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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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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.

30 review for Children of the Matrix

  1. 4 out of 5

    Owlseyes inside Notre Dame, it's so strange a 15-hour blaze and...30-minutes wait to call the firemen...and

    "Talking bollocks" generally means talking nonsense or... From Wiki I’ve known him for several years now and some of his (conspiracy) theories may well deserve some closer attention. All in all, evidence is still the great challenge he faces. Just present it, please. Some of the areas I find promising are next: (1) The moon as a “transmitter”; a planetoid. Something that was placed there (in orbit) to manipulate human beings. For me it’s still hard to understand the [Ickean] Saturn connecti "Talking bollocks" generally means talking nonsense or... From Wiki I’ve known him for several years now and some of his (conspiracy) theories may well deserve some closer attention. All in all, evidence is still the great challenge he faces. Just present it, please. Some of the areas I find promising are next: (1) The moon as a “transmitter”; a planetoid. Something that was placed there (in orbit) to manipulate human beings. For me it’s still hard to understand the [Ickean] Saturn connection in the transmission process. (Radio emission detected by Cassini from the giant lightning storm in Saturn's southern hemisphere. Image: RPWS Team/NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute) (The magnetosphere of Saturn) Human perception and reasoning have been hampered, by these processes; reality is not what you see, …; reality´s perception has been manipulated. A good analogy to understand these changes (in perception/deception), may be gotten from the movie They Live (1988) by John Carpenter. (2) The idea that humanity, for a long time, has been under the covert domination/manipulation by a few families (or blood-lines; call it Reptilians, aliens, the Illuminati,…whatever) is not new. To my mind the Bible attests, in another terminology [Nephilim], this alien breed. More recently, Zecharia Sitchin had been documenting in old Sumer a ruling leadership, capable of interplanetary travel. "The operational "spider" at the centre is in Europe with London, Paris, Brussels, and Berlin, the key cities. From Europe the agenda is dictated down the line to what I call the "bloodline branch managers" in the various countries of the world. These "bloodline managers", like the Rockefellers in the United States and the Brofmans in Canada , have a network of other bloodline families..." "I can recall the Rockefellers and the Bushes attending rituals..." Philip Eugene de Rothschild "Arizona says she saw members of the British royal family, the Windsors, shapeshifting into reptiles many times. Princess Diana's close confidant Christine Fitzgerald, told me that the Windsors wanted to interbreed with Diana's genes (blond-haired, blue-eyed) because they were in danger of becoming too reptilian in their DNA and would not have been able to maintain a human form for many more generations." (Icke repels reptilians reptiles!) (3) Some events (in nature, the economy, the military sphere…etc) that many may perceive as natural, may in fact be just the tip of the iceberg of a deeper war going on between these power elites/aliens (incarnated or in other planes of existence/dimensions); they try to remain in power and have access to whatever resources they vie for. Just two examples Icke has been on: (1) the Fukushima disaster (“blown up on purpose”), being the output of a “weather war”; (2) the Haiti devastation too, back in 2010. (4) All his theories of one world government, one world currency and one military deserve also attention. A kind of Orwellian-World-State in progress. His predictions, it’s been several years, on NATO, have been gaining confirmation in the recent crisis in Crimea, and the actual expansion of NATO. Exopolitics should be a good framework for Icke's Theories. PS NOT SO PROMISING AREA: ICKE THINKS MAN-MADE GLOBAL WARMING IS NONSENSE (The drastic change between the 1979 Arctic sea ice minimum (outlined in yellow above) and the 2012 sea ice minimum) Here, there's no perception error. UPDATE His recent take on the migrant wave deserves, also, attention; it's a pre-planned move, to favor assimilation, and to end the sense of national identities. Merkel "is owned" by the "hidden hand", says Icke, so she had to do it (open the doors of Germany to the migrant wave). Some years ago Blair did it too, in the UK. With broken national identities, superstates can thrive, you may conclude from Icke's words. See here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEpRf... UPDATE David Icke dumbfounds BBC's Andrew Neil by insisting royal family are lizards In: https://www.rt.com/uk/343790-david-ic... UPDATE Somehow, Icke and Trump agree: MAN-MADE GLOBAL WARMING IS NONSENSE. 22nd November 2016

  2. 5 out of 5

    Dan Sutton

    I gave it three stars because it's unintentionally hilarious. Icke is an utter loon... but it gets super-tedious and predictable after a while: it's not complicated - just delusional, paranoid and totally whacked out. Icke will probably accuse me of being a lizard if he ever sees this review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Veronica Thomas-lee

    i have always been a great believer in David Ickes books since I read this one, it is a bit unsettling if you do not have an open mind or a little humour it is a great book a little fact and to me a lot of fiction, but all in all a great read. it makes you question some ideas on things and there is a lot of facts that can be proven by science and past events. So i would say get the book and enjoy the read. If you have ever questioned life in general then this book is for you.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

    I had to shove this book under fantasy and sci-fi as much as in a reality box as it is fairly out there...to be honest I'm not sure I can accept some of the claims made in the book but Ickes 'scatter gun' approach to conapiracy theory and research can't be dismissed...basically as he hits various targets he hits a few Bulls eyes..much prefer his 'truth can set you free' book but this is an entertaining and in parts informative book despite your beliefs.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Christy

    This guy is nuts. Worse, he's not terribly original. His theories are bizarre but (perhaps aside from the bit about the most powerful people in the world being descended from lizards?) are mostly culled from previous nut-jobs' theories.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Granthays

    If you know anything about me, you should know that I, if anything at all, love conspiracy nuts, especially the ones that believe the world is controlled by the world's most powerful men, who also happen to be a disguised reptillian race from another dimension. A+, David Icke.

  7. 5 out of 5

    JJ

    If you are just now discovering alternative realities of the world, in other words, if you are awakening for the first time out of the conditioned/indoctrinated mindset then save this book for later because it won’t make sense and its theories will seem absurd. You must have a deep understanding of history, banking, finance, secret societies’, the illuminati, the new world order (the fascist global agenda) and you should have an understanding of the Sumerian, Egyptian, and Greek mythology. You m If you are just now discovering alternative realities of the world, in other words, if you are awakening for the first time out of the conditioned/indoctrinated mindset then save this book for later because it won’t make sense and its theories will seem absurd. You must have a deep understanding of history, banking, finance, secret societies’, the illuminati, the new world order (the fascist global agenda) and you should have an understanding of the Sumerian, Egyptian, and Greek mythology. You must have an open-mind and not a simplistic narrow one. Then and only then will the theories in this book fit like a missing puzzle piece. Icke is not the only writer who has presented the extraterrestrial, interdimensional, and reptilian/alien theories. If you are awakening to the global chaos being orchestrated by the International Banking Cartel, the Elite, or the Illuminati whatever you want to call them then this book must be saved for later, then in only then will it make logical sense.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jeffrey William

    I let myself get really into this material when I read it and it really freaked me out for a little. I believe in a lot of governmental conspiracies, but where he takes this is quite outlandish, literally. He seems a bit aggressive for my liking. It is not to say that a possible reptilian race, multidimensional or not, might exist, but how many fingers he points at! There is a lot of talk in this about snake personification in ancient cultures, but that also can mean understanding of DNA. I have I let myself get really into this material when I read it and it really freaked me out for a little. I believe in a lot of governmental conspiracies, but where he takes this is quite outlandish, literally. He seems a bit aggressive for my liking. It is not to say that a possible reptilian race, multidimensional or not, might exist, but how many fingers he points at! There is a lot of talk in this about snake personification in ancient cultures, but that also can mean understanding of DNA. I have a little more faith in the human race in general then he obviously does, but some things I think could be substantial. Really though, what would they rather have you doing, spending your mental energy studying things like this, or actually doing something impactful that actually changes the situation.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Matt Williams

    Icke compiles a generous amount of information on pretty much the whole scene of alternative research of the time (I refuse to use the term 'conspiracy theory', as it was created by the CIA in '67 to discredit others). Because of the wealth of information, this book is great for individuals new to looking deeper into such topics, and for thorough explanations of the connections and their reasons. By the end of the book, a new reader will have a wholesome view on the claims made of the world stag Icke compiles a generous amount of information on pretty much the whole scene of alternative research of the time (I refuse to use the term 'conspiracy theory', as it was created by the CIA in '67 to discredit others). Because of the wealth of information, this book is great for individuals new to looking deeper into such topics, and for thorough explanations of the connections and their reasons. By the end of the book, a new reader will have a wholesome view on the claims made of the world stage. Those well-versed will most likely still find interesting information as the book covers such a range, but would be better suited to Icke's later writing. It is a kind of 'reference book' in comparison to some of his other work. It's the kind of book you can flick open at any page and something unusual and interesting to read, will grab your eye.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Adam Ross

    One star is simply not a low enough rating for this trash. I still can't decide whether or not Icke is joking or whether he actually believes an interdimensional race of reptile aliens has secretly controlled the governments of the world for thousands of years from invisible space ships in orbit around our planet. Either way, laughable.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Bob Turner

    If you have an open mind and want to look beyond this "reality" that we think is real, you'll be astounded as to what's really going on this planet and who's in charge.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Cera Williams

    This book is what started everything for me! It is so amazing, it has been passed around now for a few years and everyone who reads it is changed. MUST READ!!!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Simon James

    Of course to be taken with a large pitch of salt, as there is lot here that is presented with little rhyme or reason. For myself, I read this after reading a book on recent evidence for lost pre-historic civilizations. Whilst the claims here still remain on the whole quite groundless, reading something like that first will really help make more sense of where the inspiration for these speculations are coming from. In his own writings these are only being briefly brushed upon, but with that backg Of course to be taken with a large pitch of salt, as there is lot here that is presented with little rhyme or reason. For myself, I read this after reading a book on recent evidence for lost pre-historic civilizations. Whilst the claims here still remain on the whole quite groundless, reading something like that first will really help make more sense of where the inspiration for these speculations are coming from. In his own writings these are only being briefly brushed upon, but with that background it meant I was really loving reading an account about who and what these civilizations where. A novel could offer a similar experience I'm sure, but here you are getting something not only written with vivid detail, but with the relentless conviction that it is wholly true, offering an angle slightly unique. Instead of a novelization, we have something delivered through the notion of information that has been hidden from humanity, the claim of the book.. If you are not quite on board with that, perhaps try reading it as a meta-text that exists within a sci-fi universe, of which we learn about through this fictional artefact. The only problem with this latter approach, is you may look up now and then to find that yourself existing a little bit in one universe as appose to the other, unsure which is which. Perhaps that makes for some potentially dangerous reading, which requires a certain trust in the author, but defiantly can open an much loved door into imagination. But first we can consider, does David Icke seem like someone we should trust in opening such doors? Whether or not the reptilian hypothesis is real or not, is not really what I was getting out of reading this, and I don't think that disregarding this concern need be thought of as out of line with the authors worldview. After all he stresses often at the beginning of the book that we should take the value of this work at any which level we wish. Further more, stating nearer the end something quite surprisingly revealing when he says, 'if the reptilians and other astral manipulators did not exist, we would have to invent them. In fact we probably have. They are other levels of ourselves.' So what he has created here is a myth, whether or not a myth is true, is for the interpreter to speculate. But if taken as a purely psychological one, of which Icke openly invites us to do, we might ask what archetypical narrative it is expressing. The answer to this might be found more literal in context of the author himself. Very candidly he talks about the intense degree of alienation he experienced in his earlier life, along with the challenging process undergone to overcome it, stating that this is vital to the understanding of all his work. Thus Icke is speaking for and to those who are directly interested in understanding such experience and what is to be done about it - of quite literally being in contact with an alien world. But then is the content of this book just overly eccentric? - well of course. And many criticize theories of this kind by noting the simplicity of them against the actual chaos of social and political realities. Fair enough perhaps... but then, what is really taking centre stage as the real core intention of this material in the first place? - A full understanding of the world? or, how to better live within it? There is a trade off, but the latter may be really why this work exists in the way that it does, at least why many perhaps come to it. So the eccentricity can kind of take a backseat, and come along for the ride. Beyond opinion of the many details, he touches upon topics of which are very strange in their nature and have a degree of the nonsensical, no matter which way you approach them. Perhaps Icke can show us the value of a map in such experiences of chaos. The out-there nature of what Icke believes, does not for himself seem to prevent, as far as I can tell, an ability to be well integrated and stable. He appears to enjoy a very meaningful world - close family, world travel and connection to a wide community, things that many wish for. Seen in the best light, the storytelling that Icke offers in both biography and research, consistently works to express the architype of the underdog. But make no mistake, this is an explicitly celebrated architype here, one that is as worthy a path towards individualization as the next persons journey. Perhaps something most significant in his message is the importance of developing a skilful ability to shine the most, in moments of where one is directly challenged to not do so. His story of the reptilian overlords quite brilliantly, never strays too far from this meta-narrative. So in conclusion of my review - A little strange, quite fun and hopefully not too actual... long live the underdog!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Dale Stonehouse

    In Children of the Matrix, David Icke weaves together another confusing chain of mysterious connections that "prove" the human race is captive to a race of reptilian controllers who have us confined dimensionally on Prison Planet Earth. From his perspective on the Isle of Wight, Icke claims to understand the rest of the world, never realizing how little he actually knows. He is especially ignorant of American customs and culture and too quick to ascribe evil intent to every action of In Children of the Matrix, David Icke weaves together another confusing chain of mysterious connections that "prove" the human race is captive to a race of reptilian controllers who have us confined dimensionally on Prison Planet Earth. From his perspective on the Isle of Wight, Icke claims to understand the rest of the world, never realizing how little he actually knows. He is especially ignorant of American customs and culture and too quick to ascribe evil intent to every action of every U.S. politician in any position of power. Truth matters little to Icke; perceived connections are everything. Among the biggest villains of the plot are U.S. Presidents George H.W. Bush and his son, current President George W. Bush. Among the proof Icke uses in his new book are 2 photos (actually video captures) of the younger Bush giving the sign of Satan, or the goat, or whatever Icke is calling it these days. What Icke seems to miss (he also shows Bill Clinton giving the same salute) is that more mundane and innocent motivations may be behind the "evil" gestures. From 1995-2001, Bush 43 was governor of Texas. For those unaware, Texas places its highest priority on American football, rightly or wrongly. The capital of Texas is Austin, also home of the University of Texas and its Longhorn football team. Nothing is more important to most Texans than the Longhorns. And one of the ways they signal their loyalty to UT football is as follows: They wave with the "hook-em horns" sign, with the two middle fingers held down by the thumb while the first and last fingers are extended. This is the wave Bush is shown using in Icke's book; the possibility the same wave that is used by masons or satanists can also be used in a more innocent way is seemingly lost to Icke. Unfortunately, many readers overwhelmed by the quantity of Icke's litany of obscure connections among the New World Order plotters may swallow his allegations in toto. Icke's mistakes and acceptance of anything that agrees with his viewpoint regardless of credibility (or possibility!) detract from his otherwise impressive and tireless work to expose the world's controllers. Icke accuses others of being manipulated by evil reptilians to deceive humanity; but if he is deceptive by omission or ignorance, whose deception is more harmful? And that may be the lesson to be taken from the work of David Icke. Deception is everywhere; only personal discernment can lead the way to truth, whatever it may be.

  15. 5 out of 5

    John Barnes

    This guy is a charlatan - a complete shill and con artist. If any of what he said was true, then he would have long been 'disappeared'. He mixes half truths in with some fantasy plot in an attempt to keep a readership group interested enough to buy his next fantasy plot. His website is basically a special interest agenda collective of well below average intelligence people, who he may perfectly fit the 'sheople' he roundly chastises in his books. Anyone who has anything interesting or This guy is a charlatan - a complete shill and con artist. If any of what he said was true, then he would have long been 'disappeared'. He mixes half truths in with some fantasy plot in an attempt to keep a readership group interested enough to buy his next fantasy plot. His website is basically a special interest agenda collective of well below average intelligence people, who he may perfectly fit the 'sheople' he roundly chastises in his books. Anyone who has anything interesting or thought-provoking to say on his forum are quickly disappeared without trace, and moderation is banned from being spoken about, at penalty of being banned. A completely anti-transparent forum with all of the dictatorial undertones that he purports to be against. Con artist, poor writer, messiah for idiots.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    The parts related to the ancient history is very wrong in my opinion. There is a big confusion there. However, the information Mr Icke let us know about the blood lines and family connection of the "elite" is quite impresive. The irony is that these people in the power are not "human" like us in the sense of being a human, no compession, no love. They drink blood all right, not literally perhaps but they drink the blood of the innocent people, don't they?

  17. 5 out of 5

    Hobie

    Aliens Control everything.. And they are from a parralel dimension.. And they are Lizards! I gave it 5 stars cause even though the material is absurd it makes it worth reading like its worth watching Attack of The Killer Clowns on vhs.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jesús Sard

    The Dragon Lost Scrolls of the Alive Cosmic Sea. There will be dragons & human knights to fight them, to work with them, to learn how they travel trough the stars. To know the space between the spaces. The Time between times.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Diane

    It doesn't get any farther out than this. I couldn't believe the things in here but if you do the research.....it's true! Nothing is as it seems.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Hardev Gill

    Reading this with an open mind will still blow you away with some of Icke's conspiracies. About 98% nonsense with about 2 % interesting facts

  21. 5 out of 5

    Messiahmews

    Eye opener, for sure.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Aude

    Testimonies, testimonies, not that last bit of evidence. David Icke is very articulate but that isn't enough to convince me.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Rachelle Peterson

    I have read this book by David Icke and many more of his publications...he just keeps you awake.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Eva Becker

    It's just like They Live, except it's a book. I would like to have dinner with David Icke.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Doug

    Huh?

  26. 5 out of 5

    Brad

    This is a very interesting read. Though somewhat bleak and depressing, the book is very interesting. Very unique. I suggest not believing every word in this book, as it might make you crazy...there's some really trippy stuff in here. The lines between what is feasible and what is fiction are blurred. If you can get past all the kooky stuff (which I am not entirely writing off as a work of fiction), this is a very interesting read. Try not to believe it all!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Nicky

    In Children of the Matrix, David "I'll believe anything for money" Icke has managed to produce a remarkable cross between a heavily-referenced academic treatise, an informal rant involving the word "willy" at more than one point and an extended advert for all his other works and those of his pals. If someone asked for a recommendation of a conspiracy book and was unfamiliar with any of the great conspiracies, I would recommend this as a comprehensive guide to and ambitious combination of every c In Children of the Matrix, David "I'll believe anything for money" Icke has managed to produce a remarkable cross between a heavily-referenced academic treatise, an informal rant involving the word "willy" at more than one point and an extended advert for all his other works and those of his pals. If someone asked for a recommendation of a conspiracy book and was unfamiliar with any of the great conspiracies, I would recommend this as a comprehensive guide to and ambitious combination of every conspiracy theory ever in one incoherent and paranoid package. And the quotes at the beginning of each chapter are amazingly self-indulgent. Hilarious. I'll be honest though - I only made it about halfway through. I'll probably come back to it periodically in the future, but my god it is dense. To start with I was having a great time, as the concepts he's working with are undeniably hilarious, but as time went on I became increasingly exasperated with the needlessly repetitive and petty details, and increasingly concerned about David Icke. I initially believed he wrote all this stuff for attention and money alone, which may be the case, but having watched some interviews with him on YouTube I am increasingly convinced that he's genuinely mentally unwell, and at this point it went from hilarious to a little bit sad. Someone do something. I am torn on how to rate this, because I laughed frequently but was also left with a malaise caused less by the ideas he put forward and more by the increasing pity I felt for the author. 3 stars seems to be a comfortable middle ground. But maybe that's just what the lizard people want me to think.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lolo

    Ahh... where do I start... The core of this book is that an alien race is controlling our governments, which IMO is a plausible concept. This book presents some undeniable facts that make you go "hmm... this makes sense". But... But on the other hand, the author makes claims that reach the realm of fantasy. Even though the author's previous books were extraordinary and have build some credit to these concepts, this book totally ruins that credit. This book should Ahh... where do I start... The core of this book is that an alien race is controlling our governments, which IMO is a plausible concept. This book presents some undeniable facts that make you go "hmm... this makes sense". But... But on the other hand, the author makes claims that reach the realm of fantasy. Even though the author's previous books were extraordinary and have build some credit to these concepts, this book totally ruins that credit. This book shouldn't exist. Or at least, the author should've done more background checks. The whole concept of this book is largely based on the testimonial of "Arizona Wilder". It seems that the author is largely influenced by it in this book. To me her testimonial seems very odd. See the "Relevations of a Goddess Mother" and judge for yourself. If there's any credit for the author, and I think there is a lot of credit due, my understanding is that the testimonial of "Arizona Wilder" is false and all that results from this is also false. Either that woman is nuts imagining things, or she's "on a payroll" feeding lies to the author. To me the "she's on a payroll" angle seems close to the truth. The author is gathering a lot of important data and has a great audience. I think they needed to discredit him, and feeding him an outlandish story by a "witness" like that seems to have done it. I wouldn't suggest this book to anyone. It's based on false evidence and ideas and it seems more like a joke to me.

  29. 4 out of 5

    M. Joseph Murphy

    many sections are hard to read with an open mind. Logic tells us we have no choice but to think Icke is crazy and throw out all his ideas. But I don't believe that. I don't believe everything he claims, but he had a simple, important message: there is a hole in our history and in out understanding of how the world works. The majority of power and wealth remains in the hands of the few because we, the many, allow them. Through willful blindness we remains slaves to a prison system because it is e many sections are hard to read with an open mind. Logic tells us we have no choice but to think Icke is crazy and throw out all his ideas. But I don't believe that. I don't believe everything he claims, but he had a simple, important message: there is a hole in our history and in out understanding of how the world works. The majority of power and wealth remains in the hands of the few because we, the many, allow them. Through willful blindness we remains slaves to a prison system because it is easier than fighting for real freedom. That is why I'd recommend this book.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Mehdi

    Interesting thoughts, though most of them were already provided in his previous shall the truth set you free. The matrix is an idea to be kept in mind as many others, Ick'se weirdness is most welcome, Cheers.

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