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Children of the Matrix: How an Interdimensional Race has Controlled the World for Thousands of Years-and Still Does Paperback – April 1, 2001


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  • Paperback: 493 pages
  • Publisher: David Icke Books (April 1, 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0953881016
  • ISBN-13: 978-0953881017
  • Product Dimensions: 9.3 x 6.8 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,712 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

David Icke is a highly sought after orator on conspiracy material, both in the states and abroad. He has written 5 books and produced 4 videos on his conspiracy theories.

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Please read his book.
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The author references many other authors but very little tangible evidence supporting his claims.
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I just try to keep an open mind about stuff like that.
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360 of 416 people found the following review helpful By The Aeolian Kid on October 17, 2001
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... Children of the Matrix by David Icke. ... Man, this is the most FUN read I have had since I first read A Separate Reality by Carlos Castaneda in 1973! This book is either the greatest kind of "comic books for adults" or one of the best investigative works of undercover intellectual exposes on our current state of affairs ever! ... Roll together Who Rules America by G. William Domhoff, The Power Elite by C. Wright Mills, When Corporations Rule the World by David C. Korten, On A Pale Horse by William Cooper, The People's History of the United States by Howard Zinn, ANYTHING by either Noam Chomsky or Michael Parenti, and a good helping of Gary Allen, Eric Von Daniken, and The Dulce Wars by Branton, and you will pretty much get the gist of this huge tome dealing with aliens, conspiracies, and good old class warfare! ... YOWZA! ...
... Now, on page 402, David Icke writes: "I instinctively knew from an early age that schools were places where the clones of tomorrow were honed and produced. I was, therefore, a rebel from the start. I have never passed a major school exam in my life (and never taken one), never went to college or university, and have done all my learning in my time and on my terms." - AND IT SHOWS! ... If David Icke (and don't get me wrong: I LIKE him!) wants people to take what he is saying SERIOUSLY, then I am afraid he is going to have to either study harder or go back to school to get some of his facts straight - because I, alone (on ONE reading), found what I believe to be MANY mistakes in this book.
... For example, on page 197, he writes: "Even the term 'TESTAMENT' is the entomological confirmation that it is literally all a load of balls." What he MEANT to say was ETYMOLOGICAL - the linguistical study of the origin & meaning of words.
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51 of 57 people found the following review helpful By chad steingraber on August 30, 2001
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This book is most profound piece of thought provoking material I have ever read. I have been reading 'spiritual' material for years (Sonaya Roman's series of books is one example, available through amazon also) and it wasn't until the movie 'The Matrix' was released that I realized the impact of the books I was reading. A few weeks ago, I stumbled upon 'Children Of The Matrix' by accident, looking to broaden my range of true spiritual information. I had never heard of David Icke before this, and I felt drawn to this book like no other. I saw the symbolism behind the Matrix movie and how it related to this world....but, I didn't realize how far the rabbit hole really goes. Many parts of this book had my head spinning from information that hit me like a hammer. The section on religion and christianity only, is mind blowing, reguardless of the rest of the book. Once you leave conventional wisdom at the door and listen to your higher consciousness, the complexity of the unexplained, start to fall together like a simple puzzle.
When a single bank funds both sides of a war, who really wins? What purpose does a 'spiritual prison' like religion serve? Will a person rebel against a prison he/she can't see, touch, or smell? Why do the elite and powerfull care so much about their bloodlines? What does it really mean to be part of a secret society like the Freemasons? Don't ask, "what is the matrix?", ask "what is the illuminati?".
Open your eyes and step away from the herd you have been conditioned to think is the true reality, or at least realize the herd around you. Read this book, step outside of "The Great Illusion", and remember what you've always known....
.....the illuminati has you.....
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121 of 141 people found the following review helpful By Steven Cain on April 8, 2002
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I don't have a problem with basic Conspiracy Theory, in that the idea of The World Banking System ruling the planet makes sense. I can accept the Kennedy Conspiracy, Roswell, you name it, but like most people I find David's theories about all of the world's rulers being Reptilian shape-shifting Aliens a little hard to swallow. Especially when they are supposedly involved in the mass ritual sacrifice of children.
I presume the way he avoids massive law suits for defamation is by claiming to be reflecting the views of people such as 'former mind control slave' Arizona Wilder, and by pleading Truth as a defence, insisting that the Royal Family, George Bush etc. must prove that they are not Aliens. Yet the way Conspiracy theorists work, no proof would ever be enough anyway. If the rulers did submit to DNA testing and were found to be wholly human, ole Dave would no doubt insist that the tests were rigged.
Don't get me wrong, I can accept that the human race are a bunch of genetically engineered worker animals. Apart from the checked shirts, the booze, the smokes and the hockey, their willingness to accept injustice seems to be limitless. For example, nobody ever questioned the fact that a kid could be sent to Vietnam when he was 18, but couldn't by himself a drink until he was 21. Der...
If there is a flaw in David's voluminous research, it is that he tries to shoehorn everything into a preset framework, intending that it should prove his point, come what may. He takes all historical references to be literal, rather than symbolic or metaphorical, such as the many ancient serpent references, which he ties in with the Reptilian lineage.
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