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David Icke - Secrets of the Matrix (Parts 1 -3) (2004) Horror Movie Review

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David Icke - Secrets of the Matrix (Parts 1 -3) (2004)

Since 1990 David Icke has been on an amazing journey of self and collective discovery to establish the real power behind apparently “random” world events like 9/11 and the “war on terrorism”. 

Here he reveals that a network of interbreeding bloodlines manipulating through their web of interconnecting secret societies have been pursuing an agenda for thousands of years to impose a globally centralized fascist state with total control and surveillance of the population. 

The attacks of September 11th - not the work of “bin Laden” - and the subsequent “war on terrorism” are a means through which this is designed to be achieved. 

Over more than six hours and with hundreds of illustrations, David Icke also reveals the illusion that is life in this “physical” reality. How is the “world” a provable illusion - just a lucid dream? How do we create it and how can we change the dream to one that we would like to experience? 

All is revealed by David Icke, live before almost 2000 people at one of London’s most famous venues, the Brixton Academy.

About David Icke - Secrets of the Matrix (Parts 1 -3) (2004)

Title: David Icke - Secrets of the Matrix (Parts 1 -3)
Year: 2004
Rating: 3/5 stars from 5 users. Reviews: 5.
Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Runtime: 127 minutes
Director: David Icke

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