posted on Dec, 2 2008 @ 09:06 PM
I just recently received this letter, now calling itself a message from the Secret Society. Despite the obvious "advertorial" prose, it uses
powerful self-affirmative statements to inspire curiosity.
Everyone wants to FEEL special, unique. It bombards you with references to endless luxuries and status symbols. It's separate 'stories' (meant as
anonymous testimony) cover the gamut from wealth, love, and power. It reads like the AA Big Book of recovery (or, in this case, salvation), but a
sort of plastic, redundant version for the vainglorious and the optimistic.
Even if Neo Tech isn't, the premise is highly Satanic: Inflate people to bend under their own weaknesses and vanities, part them from their money,
and whisper the sweet lies their ego already, on some level, believes. And make yourself stronger for your deceit while ensnaring them in their own
greed. Sickening, really.