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Originally posted by PrimoUno
reply to post by petrus4
From CSETI ambassador training:
Tuition Fees (for US Trainings): $2500, including materials and membership.
Lodging is paid by the participant separately for all trainings in the US. It is not included in the tuition cost, except for the England (UK) training.
Originally posted by Amanda5
My take on Dr Greer is - at first I listened and thought his title of doctor seemed to lend credit to a person who has studied and applied themself to a profession - not everyone makes it to the title at the end of their training and study.
However - as I watch him speak - over the years and read articles I see a very egotistical person - hyper inflated ego and overly sure of himself. As I learn more about Psychopathy, Sociopathy and Narcissism I learn that these personality types are wont to be name droppers and big note themselves.
So - time will tell - after Dr Greer has taken thousands upon thousands of dollars form people and suckered them in - he will do a complete turn around. Let's see whether time will tell on Dr Greer. I do not understand why a medical doctor would complete umpteen years of training and study
Originally posted by Gazrok
I think Greer started out with good intentions, but he simply let it all go to his head, and before you know it, he's holding crystals, chanting kumbaya and trying to summon UFOs....
Originally posted by objectman
I think Greer is probably okay. The fact that he takes quite a bit of money might just be a part of what many a Doctor's driving force is anyway. Money. He's been living high off the hog and so probably charges a bit for what he does now. The only difference being is that money-making in the UFO arenae isn't as acceptable as it is in the medical industries.