Antimatrix contains a large collection of information on NWO related issues. Most of the books represent the most valuable and authoritative research on these issues.
Some of the material is of a mind-shattering grade as it shows who in reality rules the world, programs and zombifies your minds, who are the actual terrorists, and the nature of the "hidden hand", controlling the world governments and guiding them with not so gentle hand towards the establishment of a two class society, where most of the plain people are nothing more than serfs, just as Nicholas Rockefeller classified them.
Not many even realise what kind of destiny is prepared for them, not even knowing they are "lead to slaughter" and total submission to the satanic agenda of the most profound evil there is, there was or even possible in principle.
On the other hand, there is this "elite", ruling your lives, commanding your minds, and zombifying you from any place you look, morning to night, whose primary interest is the utmost evil and the insatiable parasitism, domination, most horrendous violence, never ending wars and revolutions, genocide and extermination of entire nations, and the utmost disgust created by "the hidden hand" of this so called elite.
Iowaska, more commonly spelled ‘ayahuasca’ or ‘aya waska’, is also known by its many indigenous names such as yagé, yajé, caapi, cipó, bejuco de oro, hoasca, natem, shori, or pilde. It’s a psychedelic tea made by indigenous communities of the Amazon rainforest in South America; particularly in Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, and Bolivia. 11 Ways Iowaska Tea Will Change Your Life As part of their vast medicinal plant culture, the iowaska tea is used ceremonially by shamans (or curanderos) and their patients for purposes of physiological cleansing, spiritual and emotional healing, and divination. Today, iowaska is drunk in ceremonies around the world for healing and psychological growth. And while scientists and lawmakers see it as a drug, people who drink it tend to call it a medicine and teacher. Iowaska tea became known to the Western world through the work of pioneering ethnobotanists and anthropologists such as Michael Harner, Richard Evans Schultes, Marlene Dobkin de Rios, Gerardo Reichel-Dolmatoff, and Terence McKenna. These extraordinary researchers and their those who followed in their footsteps have been reporting about their experiences with indigenous Amazonian communities since the 1950s. Over the last few decades, with the developments in tourism infrastructure and the commercialization of this sacred medicine, iowaska has attracted massive popularity. Nowadays, joining an iowaska ceremony or retreat held by indigenous shamans has become the main draw of tourism in the Amazon.