Midnight In The Desert — lizards

Only Known Four-Eyed Lizard Found in Wyoming

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Only Known Four-Eyed Lizard Found in Wyoming

Monitor lizards are not native to North America, although three breeding populations of over 1,000 lizards now live in South Florida – most likely the result of unscrupulous pet owners. However, North America can now lay claim to a prehistoric monitor that is truly unique – it’s the only four-eyed jawed vertebrate ever found and one of those extra eyeballs is the proverbial pineal gland “third eye.” Does this mean the lizard had a soul? Before you start yelling “What about the spectacled caimans?”, the disparaging phrase “four-eyed” used to bully humans wearing glasses does not apply to the spectacled...

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David Icke accuses TV hosts of ‘abuse’ after heated interview about shape-shifting lizards

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David Icke accuses TV hosts of ‘abuse’ after heated interview about shape-shifting lizards

Conspiracy theorist David Icke claims he was verbally abused by Australian TV hosts after they aggressively challenged him on his belief that the moon is a hollow space station. Icke slammed chat show hosts Lisa Wilkinson and Karl Stefanovic for their behavior during the Thursday morning interview, accusing them of being “childish and superficial.” The eccentric former journalist, who is currently touring Australia and presenting 12-hour seminars, said he was also abused by another team member of the show off air. Footage of the interview shows Wilkinson and Stefanovic grill Icke over some of his more bizarre conspiracy theories, which...

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Conspiracy craze: why 12 million Americans believe alien lizards rule us

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Conspiracy craze: why 12 million Americans believe alien lizards rule us

According to a Public Policy Polling survey, around 12 million people in the US believe that interstellar lizards in people suits rule our country. We imported that particular belief from across the pond, where professional conspiracy theorist David Icke has long maintained that the Queen of England is a blood-drinking, shape-shifting alien. Conspiracy theories in general are not necessary bad, according to psychologists who study them. “If we were all completely trusting, it would not be good for survival,” explains Rob Brotherton, an academic psychologist and author of Suspicious Minds: Why We Believe Conspiracy Theories. “Sometimes people really don’t have...

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