Book one (556 pages): The Noveau Tech Package of Inside Secrets
Noveau Tech Secret Society
The Noveau Tech Discovery
Limited Heirloom Package # ...........
On the cover it reads: (my name), this is the beginning of the life you were meant to live: your life, your children's lives. This is the beginning
of revealing our secrets to you and your children eventually. This is the beginning of your family dynasty. You are now an inside member of the
exclusive Nouveau Tech Secret Society. You will now see our inside secrets. In a few days, (name), we will contact you about our closed door
meetings where you will meet other members and learn their secrets, too. Keep this package in a safe, dry place, (name), for it will get passed down
in your family line for generations to come.
1) apparently the "life I was meant to live" is one of poverty. Still dirt poor a year later.
2) my "family dynasty" is also dirt poor.
3) although I'm now a member of a secret society, I have yet to receive my decoder ring. lol
4) true to their word, they contacted me a few days later to let me know that i can meet with other members, but only after I buy THREE books at
5) don't think this book will be passed down for "generations to come" as it is a paperback book and isn't sturdy enough to last for even the
rest of my generation.
Book two: (851 pages) entitled The Nouveau Tech Package of Inner-Circle Secrets (another limited heirloom paperback package).
The cover reads: Now you will journey deeper into the secret society, leading you toward the life you and your family were meant to live. This is
the next level of revealing our secrets to you and to your children eventually, which will lead to a powerful family dynasty. You are now an insider
of the exclusive Nouveau Tech Secret Society. You will now see our inner-circle secrets. Remember, you are heading toward our closed-door meetings
where you will meet other members and learn their secrets, too. Keep this package in a safe, dry place, for it will get passed down in your family
line for generations to come.
Dr. Wallace was a disgruntled employee at DuPont. Mark Hamilton is his son. Dr. Wallace is now deceased. From what I've been able to ascertain,
their printing company is based loosely on the W.E. Demmings model which worked so well in this country (America) in the 50's and was implemented
with success in Japan 20 years later. No doubt their employees are paid well and enthusiastically loyal.
Concerning the 1400+ pages of "inside secrets", about 1200 of them were repetitious. There are a lot of adjectives like "neo-con",
"parasitical", etc. The message very much resembles Ayn Rand's objectivist philosophy with some odd twists that, no doubt, have Rand twirling
dervishly in her mausoleum.
Some of the basic advice: "quit smoking, lose weight, quit watching tv, do your job better than the other employees at work, give up your ridiculous
belief in a creator or personal savior", and other perspicacious insights that can be had for free on public broadcasting channels or pamphlets from
your local health department. Basically, don't be a doormat/victim and people will love and respect you for it rewarding you with positions of
authority leading to more money which will cause your significant other to love you. Hence, the "power, riches, love" promised in the pamphlet.
When I got my letter I only had "until Friday" to respond. Didn't check my post office box until Saturday so I wrote them back saying that if I
was as psychic as they "KNEW" I was then I would have known to check my box earlier and not miss out on "this exciting opportunity reserved for
only a special select few". Since I did write them back, they graciously decided to give me another chance to open my wallet to them and I've
noticed a barrage of junk mail coming my way from psychics, overnight millionaire schemes, etc.
I don't deny that they have some good advice (if you're willing to wade through the pseudo-philosophical propaganda to find it) but I adamantly deny
that it's worth the cost of the book(s).
There are alot of typographical/spelling/grammatical errors (and endless repetition) that detract from the veracity of their self-proclaimed "value
producing" mentality. Surely, their world-wide value producing business includes a spell-check? A proof reader? An editor? They are in the
printing business after all. A small point, I agree, but considering the asking price, I would expect quality.
They also introduce the topic of "Zons". My understanding (or lack of understanding) is that Zon is a state of mind, an attitude, a way of life
that, once perfected, will turn you into a god-like, ascended master called a "Zon". You have to first free yourself from believing in gods
(contradictory) and realize that you are the master of your fate, yadayadaya. There's more but you get the idea.
Bottom line (for me, anyway): save your money.