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The Messiah Matrix (English Edition) par [Atchity, Kenneth John]
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… a unique combination of carefully researched material and breathless adventure story," Book, Bones & Buffy.


To what lengths would the Vatican go to suppress the secret origins of its power?

A renowned priest is killed in Rome. A Roman coin is recovered from a wreck off the coast of ancient Judea.

It’s up to a young American Jesuit priest and a vivacious, brilliant, female archaeologist to connect these seemingly disparate events and unravel the greatest mystery of all.

Together they pursue their passion for truth, while fighting to control their passion for each other. What they uncover is an ancient Roman imperial stratagem so controversial the Vatican fears it could undermine the foundations of the Catholic faith.

From the ancient port of Caesarea to Rome's legendary catacombs and the sacred caves of Cumae, this straight from the headlines thriller follows their quest to uncover the truth about the historical existence of the real "Christ Savior."

Essential Reading for fans of Dan Brown or James Rollins.

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 550 pages
  • Editeur : Imprimatur Britannia and Story Merchant Books (10 janvier 2014)
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This page-turner captivated me and for the right reasons. It is well written and fulfills its essential functions. Well-researched and display a wide array of facets interwoven in a credible manner that the story comes out true to life.The Messiah Matrix and Disciples of Fortune are for now at the front list of my historical novels for their insight, information and other things.All I can say is that this is a well written work with a gripping plot, awesome characterization, beautiful dialogue and absorbing setting.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Interesting and Believable Religious Mystery 2 septembre 2013
Par Margaret A. Foster - Publié sur
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I got this book during a recent free promotion and I have to say I really did enjoy this book. I loved the presentation of the conflict material, the characters were well developed and there is enough mystery, action and romance to make this book an enjoyable read.

I guess Religious Mystery would be a good way to describe the genre of this book. The author has gone into detail to establish some believable research to reinforce his mystery novel and as I read the book I kept thinking this was where Dan Brown's books would go if he stepped outside the Jesus bubble and took religion to the next level.

I loved the "investigative process" the characters went through. And the material provided by the author made the presentation believable. Which is what you need to support the rest of the story plot. Because, if you can't believe the theory presented by the characters about religion and Christianity, then the actions taken by the religious institutions become absurd.

Characters are well played - we have a Jesuit priest, F. Ryan McKeon, who thought he had his world exactly as he wanted it till he meets the lovely Emily, the archeologist who finds the key to bringing down the entire Christian faith. The story spins their world totally out of control with Vatican plots, crazed Jesuit leaders and the collected research of Fr. McKeon's murdered mentor.

The book kept me turning the pages, following the research and nodding my head as I examined the evidence with Fr. McKeon. And the suspense as Emily and Ryan team up and are chased all over Italy - well, the romance was expected but Fr. McKeon keeps you guessing.

This is a delightful read, and if you love Dan Brown's books, this one will not only live up to your expectations, it will deliver some interesting and thought provoking material that will leave you wondering...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Call this novel controversial. Call it a challenge. Call it excellent writing with a message that surpasses the dispute... 25 janvier 2016
Par GW Smith - Publié sur
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I truly enjoyed this story. I have read about the many stories of Messiah's, and of virgin births, in other cultures, many preceding the story of Jesus. Note that I was raised a Christian, in a Southern Baptist church, and thus, what has been written would probably be called blasphemy. However, my belief system has grown from that which was professed as the gospel during my early years. I am able to see past the worship of a person, living God or otherwise, and find that the message is what is important. The "do unto others as you would have them do unto you" message should be easy to hear regardless of the source--or, are we so caught in the need to worship a being, that we cannot see the forest for the tree?
Call this novel controversial. Call it a challenge. Call it excellent writing with a message that surpasses the dispute as to who claimed what first, and whether it is of any moment as to who can claim the foundation of the Christianity. Was Jesus ever on earth, or whether it was in fact a Roman Caesar, Augustus, who founded the belief system is an excellent question. For me, it's still Jesus, but that's mine to believe. Is the message changed? Is the command of the two greatest principals any different: love God with all you heart and mind and soul, and love your neighbor as you love yourself?
Can the "Word" be spread by just anyone? Can it come from a child? Out of the mouth of babes...Yes, this is a very good story, and should become a motion picture so that more people will see that the ideas can come from any source. It is how we live that counts.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Puzzling out the truth behind the story of Jesus 18 juin 2017
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The author’s scholarship brings to life the tale of an archeologist, Emily Scelba, and Jesuit priest, Ryan McKeown, searching for the research of their mentor, Jesuit, Monsignor, Oscar Isaac. Isaac’s life’s quest for proof of the story of Jesus was cut short by his assignation leaving Emily and Ryan to pick up where he left off.
Beginning with Emily’s finding of an ancient coin in a Roman ship wreck and piecing together stories she has heard from her mentor, Isaac, she begins to authenticate the coin, and by coincidence becomes acquainted with another of Isaac’s students, Jesuit historian Ryan, out to find his mentor’s killer and answer his own questions of faith.
Armed with the significance of the coin’s existence, Emily and Ryan begin to work together to verify Isaac’s theories of a connection to Emperor Caesar Augustus and the birth of Christianity. Rich in detail of the people, culture and politics of ancient Rome up to modern times, they journey to the sites of Roman and Christian history, entry to the archives of the Roman Catholic Church and separate stories of fact from fiction.
The race is heightened by a powerful member of the Church, who is not above hiring assassins to thwart Isaac’s research from being revealed. The indomitable Emily and Ryan pursue the unraveling of secrets of history and one by one prove the truth behind their mentor’s research into the story of Jesus.
A chase to the end that will leave readers wondering about their individual relationship between faith, fact and fable.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Da Vinci vs. Caesar Augustus or In Augustus We Trust 5 mars 2016
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Kenneth Atchity I believe has literally stunned the world of Christianity, and specifically the traditions of the Roman Catholic Church. It is significant and quite eerie that Ken is so closely in tune with the current activities of the Vatican to forecast the resignation of a newly elected Pope, and the elevation of the first Jesuit to the highest seat of the Church. This combined with many other historical references have provided the basis for this exceptional piece (by his declaration) of fiction.

Ken Atchity''s expertise in story weaving, cinema development and production, and his "computerized" intellectual knowledge and mastery of history and Church history, the ancient languages of Latin and Greek have made it possible for us to examine and critically reflect upon these closely guarded liturgical traditions.

An academic essay built upon such a study might read tediously, but with Ken's ability to breath life into these characters (some of whom could by any of us reared and educated within the formal confines of the religion) the entire concept becomes all too frighteningly real and accurate.

The novel (scene for scene) reads as a screenplay, and the character development breeds a familiarity that transports the reader to the hillsides of the Italian coastline both above and below ground. The senior Jesuit clerics seem much more sinister than the Jesuits I remember in High School, and (pre-Francis) far more in control of the Catholic Church.

This historically supported hypothesis suggests a very realistic alternative to our beloved (but too neatly developed) story of the birth and life of Jesus of Nazareth, and (I believe) a far more documented version than the equally interesting "Code of Da Vinci".

Given Ken Atchity's status within the motion picture industry, I am anxiously awaiting its transformation to the cinematic screen.

T. Michael McAtee, Ed.D
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Par Parker T. Mattson - Publié sur
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“The Messiah Matrix” just kept getting better with every page. It’s an amazing work of art that somehow combines genuine and exceptionally well-researched scholarship with a fast-paced page-turner. Realistic and yet eye-opening, and filled with great characters, the serpentine twists will keep you up late at night, as will the insights and explanations that should provide endless discussions for the open-minded intellectuals out there.

Although often favorably compared to “The Da Vinci Code,” it reminds me also of the genius of Walter Miller’s classic, “A Canticle For Leibowitz,” great fun and yet serious as hell.

I'm hoping there's a movie down the road. It would be talked about for many years, and deservedly so.
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