10 Things David Icke Predicted That Actually Came True…
David Icke, the popular British conspiracy theorist has predicted many things over the years which were disregarded as conspiracy theories. However, his claims have recently turned out to be real – from Jimmy Savile to Ted Heath’s case, here are 10 things Icke predicted correctly.
- Jimmy Savile
Icke claimed that Jimmy Savile’s interests were beyond sex and rape – in fact, he accused the man of necrophilia! Icke said that Savile had access to dead bodies while volunteering as a hospital porter. David Icke claimed he knew that Sir Jimmy had secured underage girls for sex with members of the elite, but he was never accused due to his relations to the royal family.
- The Sandy Hook shooting
Icke predicted that there will be a wave of mass shooting in the USA in 2012, and he was right on point. 2012 saw the shooting in the Aurora theatre, the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, and most importantly, the Sandy Hook killing, where Adam Lanza killed 28 people including himself and wounded 2.
Here’s what Icke wrote in one of his books in 1999: “Between 2000-2002 the USA will suffer a major attack on a large city”.
- The vibrations of truth
Icke’s book “Truth Vibrations” says that the UN will get overwhelmed by great conflicts around the world. He predicted that severe hurricanes will hit the Gulf of Mexico as well as New Orleans after 2000.
- Turquoise tracksuits
Hey, we got to throw a little humor in the mix! According to Icke, the turquoise color promotes positive energy, which is why he always wears his turquoise tracksuits.
- The holographic universe
The famous conspiracy theorist claims that we’re living in a hologram where gravity and vibrating strings are the main principles. And, although the theory has been ridiculed, it sparked the interests of professor Hyakutake and his team from the University of Ibaraki in Japan, who are examining the possibility.
- Third world war
Icke predicted correctly that the Muslims are going to start a war with the West, which will eventually lead to the Third World War.
Icke claims that telepathy is a scientifically proven phenomenon which has been confirmed by the Ontario University in Canada.
- Microchip implants in babies
If you haven’t heard the news lately, let us fill you in – the EU has recently held discussion on the need of microchipping babies! Icke predicted that this would happen a long time ago. Although most countries are against it, others think that it is a necessity, so who knows what would happen in the future?
- Obama puppet
During Barack Obama’s 2008 election campaign, Icke claimed that the American president is merely a puppet in a “mind-game” called Obama Operation.
Icke has written a section about former 1970s prime minister Ted Heath in his book “The Biggest Secret”, where he accused the man of being a pedophile. The book also talked about satanic abuse, where the names of Ian Campbell Dun, David Steele and Lord McAlpine popped up. He was obviously right about Heath, as the police is now investigating him for historic child abuse.