I enjoy reading about conspiracy theories because they are like good thrillers that make me exercise my brain and think.
There are a couple of theories that I believe hold a degree of truth but, on the whole, I am a non-believer.
This theory, that the British Royal Family are Reptilian aliens, just makes me laugh though!
Whilst it’s true that some of the politicians in Britain may be as slippery as the snake above, that would just be a figure of speech and not meant in the literal sense.
Some people, however, really do believe that Reptilian aliens hold positions of great power in the world – check out this interview that has been attributed to Christine Fitzgerald, a former confidante of the late Princess of Wales.
Then there is David Icke who just about every conspiracy theorist must have heard of.
The former footballer and BBC reporter has produced many books and videos which claim that humanity is in fact under the influence of alien reptiles who have a regular need for human blood in order to maintain their own fake human appearance.
Of course there is ‘evidence’ to back up such wonderful claims.
Tablets found in Sumeria tell of the Anunnaki (who yet others believe may be a reference to Bigfoot), a name which Icke has translated as meaning ‘those who from heaven to earth came’.
Further ‘evidence’ revolves around such diverse topics as child abuse, the serpent in the Garden of Eden and fluoridation.
Icke also hypothesises that there is a genealogical link between the Bush family and the House of Windsor.
Icke further theorises that these reptilians came to Earth from a constellation known as Draco and that these aliens exert a high level of control over the planet.
Could this in any way be true?
Personally, I find this conspiracy theory to be a little too bizarre and wonder if Icke could actually be a stooge whose purpose is to invite ridicule in order to lessen the impact of other theorists who may actually stumble upon bona fide information in their research of other subjects.
What do you think?