Children of the Matrix: How an Interdimensional Race Has Controlled the World for Thousands of Years--And Still Does

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The publisher claims that we are born into a world controlled by unseen forces that have plagued and manipulated humanity for thousands of years. David Icke exposes these forces and their methods of human control and he claims to reveal a fantastic web of global manipulation, orchestrated by forces beyond this physical realm.

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Overview

The publisher claims that we are born into a world controlled by unseen forces that have plagued and manipulated humanity for thousands of years. David Icke exposes these forces and their methods of human control and he claims to reveal a fantastic web of global manipulation, orchestrated by forces beyond this physical realm.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780953881017
  • Publisher: Icke, David Books
  • Publication date: 6/1/2001
  • Pages: 460
  • Product dimensions: 6.75 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 0.98 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 28, 2007

    A must read!!!!!!!!!

    Like all information you read you should censor it. Never believe all of what someone tells you. This book is utterly amazing! We are so programmed that 90% of the world could not accept this information. When I read this book, I cried for the children and had to put it down for a few days to gain my composure. Absolutely breath taking. A good way to know when someone has valuable information= People try to shut them down. Even if Icke is off his rocker, as some say, if you are educated, you can put the clues together and see that history is in fact HIS story not our story! Peace! Love! and WISDOM!

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 27, 2009

    Do not waist your money! He is way out there!

    This book has some good points, but goes way out there! I am usually open minded about different view points, but I think he has either seen too many science fiction movies or taken too many drugs or both!

    1 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 10, 2006

    Political/social dissent literature

    If a fiction writer actually BELIEVES to be true the fiction he writes, does that free him to write a wilder, more detailed story? Icke proves that it does. Conspiracy literature is the new literature of dissent. It's not difficult to deconstruct the mythology that Icke has pulled together. The world, he claims, is 'secretly' controlled by shape-shifting reptiles who also happen to commit unspeakable crimes against children. Bush, Clinton, and the other world rulers are certainly 'reptilian' in that they are cold-blooded men governed by their deeper animal instincts and desires, such as greed and bloodlust. They are 'shape-shifters' because they are deceitful, liars, and they cannot be 'pinned down' (as if Kerry is the only one who ever 'flip-flopped' on an issue). Our rulers are 'snakes.' Their policies are the moral equivalent of child molestation, because they starve, bomb, fail to educate, or otherwise oppress most of the world's children. Icke's ideas (outrageous, of course, on the literal level) provide his readers with a mythology and meta-narrative of the world in an age when traditional mythologies and religions have crumbled. Some of you readers need to get a grip on yourselves. Read properly, David Icke can provide some fascinating LITERARY insights into the world we all live in. (Nevertheless, I can really only give this THREE STARS because of Dave's bad grammar, run-on sentences, and lack of an editor.)

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 18, 2006

    Political/social dissent literature

    If a fiction writer actually BELIEVES to be true the fiction he writes, does that free him to write a wilder, more detailed story? Icke proves that it does. Conspiracy literature is the new literature of dissent. It's not difficult to deconstruct the mythology that Icke has pulled together. The world, he claims, is 'secretly' controlled by shape-shifting reptiles who also happen to commit unspeakable crimes against children. Bush, Clinton, and the other world rulers are certainly 'reptilian' in that they are cold-blooded men governed by their deeper animal instincts and desires, such as greed and bloodlust. They are 'shape-shifters' because they are deceitful, liars, and they cannot be 'pinned down' (as if Kerry is the only one who ever 'flip-flopped' on an issue). Our rulers are 'snakes.' Their policies are the moral equivalent of child molestation, because they starve, bomb, fail to educate, or otherwise oppress most of the world's children. Icke's ideas (outrageous, of course, on the literal level) provide his readers with a mythology and meta-narrative of the world in an age when traditional mythologies and religions have crumbled. Some of you readers need to get a grip on yourselves. Read properly, David Icke can provide some fascinating LITERARY insights into the world we all live in. (THREE STARS because of Dave's bad grammar and run-on sentences.)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 25, 2003

    Mr. Icke is a wealthy lunatic.

    This is but one of several money-making books Mr.Icke has fabricated by paraphrasing the works of other writers of the weird and unprovable. Mr. Icke is a slick talker and your latest guru crank for the intellectually bored.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2003

    I'm heading back home

    I am a big fan of David Icke. A very ambitious man, in a good way. He's been through ALOT, and I truly appreciate his work. This book is amazing, and its just one of MANY. Oh! and i heard him on coast to coast am, with George Noory. that was a great show!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 8, 2003

    BEWARE! of the new world order

    Excellent book, I would recommend it to anyone seeking truth, direction and peace in such a corrupt world we live in. Icke stresses that humanity is at stage of transformation whether we like it or not, due to greed, ignorance and misinformation. Well here is the information I personally think we all should open our third eyes for. WIDE!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2003

    An eye opener

    I am only half-way through this book and I believe it is well worth reading! People have been conditioned all there life that they are afraid to believe in anything else. People are afraid to stop believing in the religion they were brought up to believe because they are afraid to think of anything different. It would shatter there whole belief system and people are not ready to face that. People go on with there every day lives and accept what is handed to them without further research. People would rather sit and watch television instead of picking up a book to read. Once you begin reading and educating yourself, you will see how the pieces fit together. You will begin to wake up and see the kind of world you really live in.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2002

    Interesting book

    Even if this book may depict the reality of what is happening somewhat inaccurately, it is still worth reading. This guy is on to something. It may not be exactly what he says, but there IS obviously something wrong with the world. I can't say that I blindly believe this guy, but there may be some truth to what he is saying. I, being a scientist, am not prepared to immediately accept the idea that we live in a world surrounded by alien reptilian beings who covertly control all humanity. However, there is evidence that there is something going on behind the scenes. Even if the whole scenario of alien reptilian beings is fictional, the whole story, etc, the claims this guy makes about the way the world works may not be far from the truth. I suggest you read the book, and even if you have to dismiss all the details about reptilian races and bloodlines, judge the book by looking at the big picture. You don't have to believe that there are reptilian aliens disguised as nation presidents and world leaders, just realize that there is really something wrong with the way the world works. I think that is the main point this guy tries to make

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 13, 2002

    wow

    David icke is great. his ideas make way more sense then the 'official' versions'. i recommend icke to only people who have read extensively about the elitist, illuminati, freemasons, aliens and other books of that nature. the so-called 'conspiracy theorists' anyway icke puts together a great book and a nice focus on what is going on...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2002

    could have been better

    Mr Icke seems to write as if he is in a fury. Attempting to get all down before it is forgotten. In an approach similar to a traveling salesman with a quick pitch. His research is lacking at best, and unproven at the worse level. It appears that the aurthor relies on the information of others. Where as he could have found more reliable information on his own from other sources. I personally believe that we are not alone in the universe, and have most likely have been visited by other life forms. This book in my honest opinion borders on delusional fantasy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 20, 2002

    Children of the Matrix

    I am not certain that I believe everything that is written in this book. However, I do believe there is something wrong with the way the world works. Mr. David Icke's interpretation of what is going on, that is, his views, are extremely interesting. Definitely worth taking into consideration. No doubt that the things he presents in this book offer an alternate explanation to what is going on. Whether you buy his theories or not or whether you choose to accept the evidence he gives or not is entirely up to you. Either way, I am sure this guy (David Icke) is definitely onto something and this book is worth your time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 13, 2002

    Children of the Matrix

    This book will take your breath away. Whether you've felt there is something wrong with the world or not, you still should read this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 24, 2002

    Finally!

    Finally someone has the guts to go out and say stuff like this in public. This is a great book that is written to alert humanity on what our future would be like if we don't open our eyes. The book is based on the author's own research and it also includes links to documented research other authors have done. If you have an open mind, if you think you can handle being shown a different view of reality from what you are accostumed to, then go ahead and read this book. You might discover some things that might make it difficult for you to sleep at night. Nonetheless, you still should know the truth. Ignorance might have been bliss, but no longer.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 28, 2002

    FREE MIND

    The most excellent book in the wolrd

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2002

    children of the matrix a winner

    david icke has done it again. in this book he has just enough of the old to go with the new so that first time readers will not be at a loss to understand what he is talking about. with his timely quotes from the movie 'the matrix', he helps the reader to understand that the web that we are all caught in is very similiar to what neo and morpheus had to contend with in their world. excellent reading and thought provoking as well.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 2, 2001

    THE ILLUMINATING TRUTH OF THE ILLUMINATA

    This book illustrates truth in all forms from the beginning of evil in all its truth till now, The present,The face of evil that shines upon us ( THE HUMAN RACE)without remorse,total emptiness and hate.. Thanks for the blessings of 'DAVID ICKE' ALL WILL KNOW THE TRUE FACE OF EVIL!!

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    Posted April 22, 2011

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