On the Meria Show, David Icke discusses two lawsuits he faces from erstwhile supporters. While I don’t know for sure, one appears to be a Phoenix supporter and the second a Canadian. He says that the Canadian lawsuit alone could run him $100,000.
He sees both as attempts to shut him up and feels disappointed that people who could express loving admiration for him and his work could turn on him. At the same time, he feels able to view things from his Higher Self and see the reason for the actions. He doesn’t expect his disappointment to last.
The interview leads David to discuss aspects of his early spiritual experiences in a level of detail I hadn’t heard before (he has discussed them briefly in the past) and also to recount the history of his rejection by the British public after a 12-minute interview in which he acknowledged being the “Son of God.” David’s point was that we are all Sons and Daughters of God, but the British public failed to see it that way and turned its back on him.
He discusses how he was obliged to toughen up from that experience and many others. He says that he would put it differently nowadays and offers the analogy that the Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian Oceans are all part of the same sea, just as we are all parts of God. But the damage was done and he had to live with the result.
Much else of interest here. Doubleclick on the video to go to Youtube and listen to the remaining three parts.