Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura: Season #3 Ep #1 – The Reptilian Agenda

November 10th, 2012

(TruTV) – November 9th, 2012 –

2 Responses to “Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura: Season #3 Ep #1 – The Reptilian Agenda”

  1. Sye Says:

    Both Alex Jones and Jesse Ventura are known to be “Gatekeepers of the TRUTH”. The reptilian subject does not belong to David Icke. He is just one of many researchers on this subject which goes back thousands of years. The gnostics talk of 4th dimensional beings some of whom are reptilian and the art and artefacts both on this planet and Mars depicts these creatures too. The editing on the David Icke part of the episode was laughable, not to mention the music! Silly isn’t the word! I think this crappy program was followed by Project Camelot’s wonderful expose of the secret space program and secret Mars agenda on TruTV the other night with whistleblowers like Bob Dean who has first hand knowledge of reptilian human type beings and greys working with our secret military black projects. Why have you not put this program forward?

  2. Bifurcatio Says:

    I thought Jesse Ventura was a bit harsh with David Icke. On the other hand, I’m a bit like Ventura; when I see one, I’ll believe it. On still another hand, I view the Reptilian theory sort of like I see negative 0 in mathematics. When used in certain equations, it makes the equation into something useful that can be used in the real world. Besides, brain researchers have long been referring to a reptilian part of our brain, and certainly some people operate from this part of our brain more than from other parts. Maybe the ‘Cremation of Care’ ceremony at Bohemian grove is meant to put participants into closer contact with this part of the brain. Psychopaths seem to operate from this part of the brain, don’t you think? In any case, the reptilian theory is a good way to separate one kind of people from another. I’d still like to see a reptilian shape-shift though.

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