• Title: Matrix Warrior: Being the One
  • Author: Jake Horsley Jasun Horsley
  • ISBN: 9780312322649
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Paperback
  • Matrix Warrior Being the One Finally comes the ultimate book for all those seeking to know about the philosophy behind The Matrix and its sequels Suppose that this world is not what it seems and that humanity is actually just a
    Finally comes the ultimate book for all those seeking to know about the philosophy behind The Matrix and its sequels Suppose that this world is not what it seems, and that humanity is actually just a food source supplementing a reign of machines Welcome to the premise behind the world of The Matrix the movie phenomenon and massive box office series that has also prFinally comes the ultimate book for all those seeking to know about the philosophy behind The Matrix and its sequels Suppose that this world is not what it seems, and that humanity is actually just a food source supplementing a reign of machines Welcome to the premise behind the world of The Matrix the movie phenomenon and massive box office series that has also produced some of film s most intelligent and thoughtful moments in the last ten years In the Matrix movies, reality is just a dreamscape, a representation that six billion points of view agree to agree is real So if the only reality we know is a cunning and elaborate fa ade, what then does that signify for us Matrix Warrior gives us the means to understand this premise and its implications on our knowledge of self and place Combining an in depth examination of the film with philosophical inquiry and the teachings of Castandeda, Jake Horsley has produced in Matrix Warrior a profound yet witty analysis and all readers need to get unplugged.

    One Reply to “Matrix Warrior: Being the One”

    1. I found this book after an interview with the author on Red Ice Radio (an excellent podcast which I highly recommend.) I have only seen the movie "The Matrix" once and it was a long time ago but this exegesis has made it come alive in my imagination. I appreciate the author's generosity in sharing these deep thoughts with us in such a way.

    2. I read this when I was 25 I think, it helped give me structure when I needed it, and turned me onto some very interesting rabbit holes of thought;)Follow the white rabbit and seek this red pill out.Worth it.

    3. I read this book a while ago. I feel kind of bad that it took so long for me to write about this deluded self-help guide because it warrants being discussed with a certain attention to detail. I don't mean that attention to detail should be paid due to this book's startling revelations. Instead, it was a relatively banal mixture of Taoism, nihilism, and good ol' Hollywood filler. Attention to detail should be paid with Matrix Warrior: Being The One because it uses metaphorical sleight of hand in [...]

    4. I really enjoyed the insightfulness of this book and how it relates to some previous fictional/analytical works of other authors. Although it's fiction, it certainly is thought provoking.

    5. This book cost me £1 and I still feel ripped off. It is the most boring book I've ever read in my life.

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