I would first of all like to say hello to everyone at this message board and website, I just came across this site not too long ago and find it
extraordinarily interesting. I see this site as having great potential through the collaberation of many people and minds.
I did a search and I was VERY suprised to see that this topic had not been brought up before. And if it has, please let me know.
I'll start with how I found out about this:
About a year ago a friend had received a letter in the mail in a very colorful envelope. He opened it and it began kind of like a story. I dont
recall all of it, but this is what i do remember. It started out with the author telling a story about a guy who started was an executive of an
internet company and was really doing well, the company even ended up going public. He had a nice house, nice cars, etc etc. Then the internet buble
burst and he ended up with nothing, he lost everything. Sitting on a park bench all alone with his hands on his head he looked down and noticed that
there was a book just laying there. The book was called The Neo-Tech Discovery. He picked it up and looked through it and decided to just throw it
away in the nearby garbage. The next day he saw the same book laying on the ground. He just passed it by. But it kept appearing, where ever he
went. He eventually decided to read the book. After he read the book, things just started happening. He would get phone calls from various
companies saying that they wanted him to work for them, companies that he had never applied to. Money and power just seemed to FOLLOW him where ever
There was alot more to the story and it may even be on the net somewhere, but that was the basis of the story. The letter went on to say that this
same wealth and power is easily accessible. The author refused to state who he was. He said "You know who I am. But I will not tell you who I am.
You see me everyday. But I will not tell you who I am. I know nearly all of the richest and most powerful people in the world, I have lunch with
Bill Gates and Dinner with the President. But I will not tell you who I am." The letter went on and on with stuff like that, and then at the end
it suggested that reader purchase this book "The Neo-Tech Discovery" and he too could have access to this vast wealth, knowledge and power. My
friend then realized it was just trying to sell him a book and threw it away, especially since the book was very expensive, like $300.
About a month later, he recieved another letter in a similar format. It stated something similar to "I realize that this is a grand choice to make
and changing your life can often times be difficult. But I implore you to consider purhcasing this book, it WILL change your life." and went on for
a while and then said that if money was the problem, he would sell the book for less (i dont recall the amount exactly, but i think it was half) than
what was offered in the first letter. Still, thinking they were trying to dig into his pockets, the letter was set aside and not looked at again.
A month later he recieved another letter, pretty much regergitating the same stuff as the previous two, but stated that it was the final letter and
final chance he would have to take advantage of this "Life altering opportunity." He realized that it was somewhat odd by then and kept the letter
and wanted to do some research. He asked the postman how many other similar letters (the envelope was bright and very noticable) he had delievered on
his route, and he said that that those were the only he recalled seeing.
THEN, after he had told me about this, the research began...
I found that their apparent webpage is www.neo-tech.com. At the bottom of the main page, there is a little hyperlinked hyphen which takes you deeper
into the site.
It contains some very interesting and extremely contraversial information. Pages and pages of this stuff, I still havent been able to read everything
that is on their website. Much of the information is based on becoming greater... or at least equal to God. It states that Religion and Government
are the two biggest "Neo-Cheaters" that try to "Cheat" people out of what they deserve... If you are interested in more of what they are trying to
teach, read a little of the website... (just keep clicking 'next page')
Another interesting part of the website is the comments section, although apparently not updated for some time, its still interesting. There is a
section for positive comments, many many people claiming how "The Book" has changed their lives, and so on. Then there's the negative comments
section which has many people saying that "anyone who reads the book, will go to hell, and no amount of riches or power is worth eternal damnation."
and similar comments.
Neo-Tech appeared to have a solution for everything in life, from how to win at gambeling, to an extensive dieting strategy.
The website and Neo-tech all-together seemed pretty strange.
Doing some unrelated research a while later, I came across the 'Illuminati' and found what their supposed goals and plans were.... I realized how
similar Neo-Tech and the Illuminati's objectives and ideals seemed to be . I did a search on Neo-tech's website for "Illuminati" and found
(click on Next Page)
"What is the Illuminati? What is Zon?"
"The Illuminati with Zon will Make Everyone Rich and Happy"
"Making the Illuminati Serve You"
"Zon will far surpass the goal of the Illuminati. By understanding Zon, the Illuminati and their organizations will be at your service -- providing
you with limitless wealth."
Just a few quotes from the page...
There is also a section on the site relating to employment opportunities within Neo-Tech. Employment for... selling... books...?
I could go on and on about the strange things seemed linked with Neo-Tech, but I'm sure if anyone is interested, they'll be able to find the same
things, if not more. I suppose I've done enough rambling and hopefully portrayed the subject the way I meant to. Im not trying to prove anything or
make any point, I was just interested in hearing what all of you had to say about this, and if any of you had heard about this or received anything
similar in the mail.