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posted on Jan, 12 2005 @ 01:01 AM
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Ok, I have registered to put in my 2 cents.

I have read the whole Neo-tech text. All 1000 and some pages, about 10 years ago. I "aquired" it from a friend and read it. There are a lot of opinions about this text, which are mostly rantings of being a "scam." All of the negative opinions seem to come from people who have never read the text.

Yes. I guess my opinion will be slanted due to the fact I wasn't privy to the marketing tactics of the company. I believe thier marketing tactics suck. Putting time restrictions, and whatever... marketing tactic. Secret society with secret underpinnings... marketing tactic. Thousands of years old writings... marketing tactic. It blows. Which totally detract from what I read. In my opinion, thier marketing people need to be fired.

Would I pay hundreds of dollars for the complete text today? Maybe...

To summarize the text... its a philosophy. There are lots of writings of famous philosophers, like Plato, Socrates... whoever. And basically rebut some of these "taught" philosophies as being altruistic (an act which transfers power from you to them). A great example of an altruistic entity are banks and thier loans. When a bank gives you a loan, they charge you a fee. That fee transfers your money to them. Now they have control over you, for the use of that loan. You are now under pressure to pay that loan. In some cases depending on the nature of that loan, they own you. They have the power to take you to court, take your house, car, or whatever - they have the power, and you don't. At that point in your life you will probably feel like crap if you can't pay back that loan. Does that make any sense?

There are literally hundreds of pages identifying altruistic politics, companies, people, etc. And the text explains what altruism is and why the people/entities are altruistic.

There are hundreds of pages which explain how to deal with relationships, both personal and business... all in a non-altruistic fashion. The philosophy is dealing with people in a non-altruistic fashion, your relationships will become stronger because people want to be with you and do business with you. So, you may have to change your attitude. The human being doesn't like change, so some people will not like that.

These are just some of my replies to some misconceptions about the Neo-Tech text. I personally liked it. It was positive writing. I found nothing negative or cultist. It identifies some things about life in general that you would not normally think about.

Like anything that you read, you will learn something from it and integrate it into your personality and the way you deal with people. Some of it you will disreguard. This text is no different. Some of it you will think is BS. I can read a newspaper and think the same thing.

I think I still have the text. I will have to dig it up and re-read it.
Good luck.




posted on Jan, 21 2005 @ 08:02 AM
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I just received a VERY similar letter. However, it was from the NouVeau Tech Society and addressed to a Clifton, NJ return address. Once again, though, it only gives me a few days to return the entire last page of the letter to receive my "free" information. It is also signed by a man by the name of John Finn. While I don't claim to have any special powers, I am quite happy with my current position in this mundane workforce and enjoy a relatively active love life. Just thought I would drop the FYI on the address and name changes.



posted on Jan, 21 2005 @ 04:57 PM
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Having been one of the more curiuos, before there were computers... I believe my first dealings with Neo-Tech, Nova-Tech was back in 1985. I purchased the 1052 page manuscript. More out of curiousity than anything else.

First lets just say, it isn't really written in proper English form. They've taken liberties with nouns, verbs etc.. a lot like Scientology does.

Second, its main message is, that there is no God. We are all responsible for what happens to us, because of our thoughts. WE make things happen in our lives by what we think. Think bad, I'm cursed, thoughts and bad stuff will happen... Think Happy Positive thoughts and good things do seem to happen. What actually occurs is that we focus on the good that comes from everything, rather than wallowing in the bad that unfortunately happens more often... But, its main line of thinking that there is no God.... I burned it.

Lastly, before I burned it I did read about half of it. Its a lot of mumbo jumbo... garbage. And then to get to the real secrets you need to buy the condenced version.. then you need to buy volume 3 to explain val's 1 and 2... and it never ends.. well it ends.. but then they Changed from being NEO-TECH to being NOVA_TECH.. and ya Dr Wallace maybe a rich man, at the expense of the very ppl who cannot afford to put up money for nothing.

The very first clue EVERYONE should get, is that.. Actors, Actresses, Wealthy Prople... LOVE to get there name in print. With anything, so they can get paid for its use. NO ONE who HAS money, is going to anonymously advertise a 'golden cure all' book, for nothing.

What will change your life forever is getting out the Bible and getting closer to God. It already tells you how to have it all! and most copies don't run more than about $20-$30

Great Site,
I'm going to enjoy looking around
Tex



posted on Jan, 22 2005 @ 08:57 PM
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I also just registered after doing a google search on Nova Tech... I apparently received the letter from them back in November, and only just found it now while cleaning out my office. It is a pretty hokey letter- written with subscribers to the National Enqurer in mind. They do appeal to your base instincts, as Ebonical pointed out- they flatter you by saying that you are special, talented, unique, yadayada. The letter really made me giggle, because it was exactly like one of those ads you read at the back of science fiction magazines that promise you'll get laid if you buy their perfume.

I googled it and came to this forum (an interesting place!) and read all previous posts on the topic. I also checked out their website (after the first or second page of posts), and the first thing I thought of was Ayn Rand. I read Atlas Shrugged years ago, and quite enjoyed it at the time but thought the dollar sign to mark their "secret place" was pretty tacky. I do have a profound respect for intelligence and wisdom, and I believe that is the aspect of Rand I found so appealing. Looking back on it, I find it a very selfish way to live, espousing social darwinism, which goes against my personal grain. I noticed after a few more postings that two others made the same connection to Rand. I also enjoyed reading Ebonical's post (it took a while!), and I am sure very few people have read it. Either way, he (maybe she?) is wise beyond his (her) years.

An interesting thing about such philosophies as that which Neo Tech espouses is that they do essentially put your destiny in your own hands. That is very empowering, an exhiliarating way to see the world. Very existential, really. Like Illusions by Richard Bach (which some insist is magical realism, not existentialism, but I certainly see its existential qualities).

But I guess my problem with its philosophy is that it centers around material and tangible goods as rewards- the end, if you will. I remember being invited to a chanting session with a Buddhist fellow (my Japanese professor) where they chanted Nam yo horengekyo. I like Eastern philosophies and religions, so I went along out of curiosity. But the people there were speaking about how their chanting got them a Lexus, or a new house, or a this or a that... all very materialistic, and this did not seem authentic to me. This is how the Neo Tech philosophy strikes me. I am not affected by it at all- like Ebonical- but I just don't agree with the end goals. I don't need to control people, I only need to control myself (which I do very well, unless it suits me not to...wink wink).

The point is that I agree with Ebonical that it is not a scam, per se, anymore than Carleton Sheets' program is. It is just a way of doing something which happens to cost you lots of money. If you perceive it as a scam, then it is. As my professor at Berkeley used to always say, "What you believe to be real is real in its consequences."

Marketers are brilliant at getting info on you. All the techniques used by the FBI under COINTELPRO were deregulated and made commercial when COINTELPRO was deemed unconstitutional, and now PR and marketing companies are using these to farm all that info. (Actually, it has now been re-regulated under the PATRIOT act, so the govt can once again glean the same info for their own purposes.) Read a book called Toxic Sludge is Good for You by a guy named Stauber and another guy I can't remember, and you'll see their genius. They absolutely control every aspect of the average Americans' lives- they control who and what you think is cool, what you buy, how you feel when you buy it, etc. You think you actually have an opinion? It has long been given to you. Ebonical is right- they are certainly smart. Wise? Nah. Only if you believe that material wealth is the be-all-that-ends-all. I don't. But if you do, then maybe you should subscribe to such philosophies as Rand's and Neo Tech's. Have fun with it!!

One thing I noticed on the Neo Tech website was the reference to the movie The Matrix. They do have that info right- we do live in a highly constructed reality. But rather than subscribe to their thought, I would recommend seeing What the Bleep do We Know?. It is much nicer, less materialistic (for those of you to whom extreme materialism does not appeal), and shows you that everyone is special and can affect their reality, and it costs nothing. I don't accept many of the dualities that dogmatic belief systems like organized religion teach, so I don't accept the ideas of "good" and "evil." Nobody scares me with the devil or a vengeful God, so the satan thing has no effect on me whatsoever (again, what you believe to be true is true in its consequences).



posted on Jan, 24 2005 @ 06:06 PM
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The Nouveau Tech Society
and
The Novus Tek Society

A RIP OFF?
(updated/revised)

Check the Facts, then Decide
My name is Barbara Diamond. Since 1981, I have been the English and Spanish customer-service manager for Neo-Tech Publishing (NTP), which includes our newly-expanding Illuminati group called The Novus Tek Society. First, I believe a fairly run Rip-Off Report website offers a valuable service to consumers and businesses alike. To me, this website seems sincere in wanting to guard against unfair smears and libelous actions by soliciting facts from all sources so as to guide consumers to beneficial conclusions. Thus, I now come with facts demonstrating that this particular Report portraying Neo-Tech and its Novus Tek Society as a “rip off” is patently false and a disservice to everyone:

A Rip-Off Company?
First, let me now directly address this Rip-Off Report that maligns Neo-Tech Publishing and its newly-forming, pro-bono Novus Tek Society: In the past three months, NTP has mailed through USPS via First-Class Postage free 56-page and 80-page anticivilization-subverting information packages to a million households worldwide. During those same three months, NTP also shipped fifteen-thousand thick instruction manuals of 400 to 1000 pages each detailing how to profitably convert today’s dangerous-and-crumbling political/religious/terrorist world into a safe-and-prosperous world of business, science, and art.
With such an extraordinary number of parcels shipped through the government postal system, a certain small percentage (estimated at 1-2%) get lost, delayed, or are not delivered because of misread addresses, delivery errors, lost mail, stolen mail, and clerical errors. With that large volume of parcels shipped over the past three months means an estimated 10-20,000 free, profit-providing packages and 150-300 thick, telephone-book-size instruction manuals failed to reach our readers in a timely way, causing justified complaints -- complaints that upon being informed, we promptly correct to everyone’s satisfaction.
Now come six supposed complaints posted since this particular Rip-Off Report was established three months ago -- a three-month period during which NTP provided free, life-flourishing values to a million families worldwide. All that while, this online Report garnered a grand total of six so-called complaints out of a million successful transactions. Just six pseudo complaints! Four complaints comprised nothing more than hateful-and-profane fulminations. Still darker -- five of the six vilifiers never ordered or purchased anything from NTP. None had a single tangible complaint. Each offered only vilification.
Based solely on those six bogus complaints, this webpage blithely condemns as a rip-off our 36-years of hard, dedicated work directed toward pro-bono informing the public of political-and-religious crimes that are poisoning everyone’s life, family, and future. So, to emphasize: Six vilifiers simply condemned NTP with zero evidence of loss or harm to them or anyone else. One member of that sextet even gleefully trumpeted on how to buy books and then not pay for them -- larcenous instructions on how to steal from NTP! And another vilifier copped a refund; yet, NTP never received a returned product! …Who is ripping off whom?
In summary: Neo-Tech Publishing and its Novus Tek Society are the antithesis of any kind of rip-off. In fact, NTP’s raison d’être is (1) to identify the 2400-years of lethal hoaxes that impoverish and kill powerless people by the billions and (2) to uncover and deliver the hidden life-saving/life-flourishing values available to every conscious life. But do not take my word for those facts. Rather, review NTP’s website yourself at www.neo-tech.com. Also, review its many hundreds upon hundreds of life-saving/life-flourishing testimonials over the past two decades at www.neo-tech.com/feedback/index.php. And then, review the opposing side by reading the negative comments -- many from religious-and-political malefactors -- often profanely damning Neo-Tech. Some physically threaten its authors with Biblical torture, maiming, and death as shown on www.neo-tech.com/comments/negative.html.

Neo-Tech’s Mission
The first major Neo-Tech publication in 1968 established an Illuminati mission. Since its ads began appearing in the Wall Street Journal during 1969, NTP has offered and honored a 90-day, money-back guarantee on all its literature. In fact, anyone can query the Better Business Bureau about our 35-year record of satisfactorily resolving every customer question brought to our attention. …Moreover, anyone can email customerservice@neo-tech.com for assistance.
NTP and its authors never write solely for profit. Instead, each publication since 1968 has been explicitly planned and crafted to free people from the massively-lethal deceptions of today’s political-and-religious civilization -- which actually is not a civilization at all but is an irrational-and-dishonest anticivilization. For, throughout the 20th century, that anticivilization murdered 160-million innocent civilians while impoverishing four billion powerless people.
What does freeing populations from those deceptions mean? As in the Neo-Tech inspired movie, The Matrix, freedom comes from taking Neo-Tech’s red pill of honesty. That honesty lets one nullify the cruelly-controlling matrix of politics, religion, and utopianism to discover a benevolent, free-choice civilization based on commonsense business, science, and art. Also, DC Comics produced a popular series of Batman comic books titled Anarky based explicitly on Neo-Tech. Both The Matrix and Anarky reflect Neo-Tech’s 30-year theme: Only from a peacefully-advancing civilization comes open-ended prosperity, non-aging health, and never-ending beauty as freely-and-publicly revealed through NTP’s value creations available to the public on its website. How does Neo-Tech Publishing (NTP) distribute its constantly expanding value creations? How does a small family-run writing-and-publishing house achieve breakeven global distributions of its evolving literature to 170 countries in 13 languages? And, especially over the past dozen years, how is NTP increasingly influencing contemporary politics, cable news, talk radio, and the movie industry? How is NTP’s mission advancing the well-being, health, and happiness of society? The answers to those questions are detailed and documented in NTP’s newly-developing Pax Neo-Tech manuscript available for free public scrutiny at www.neo-tech.com/pax-b1/index.php.
Since 1996, in striving to deliver maximum public benefits through a pro-bono strategy, NTP was the first and perhaps the only publishing house ever, large or small, to put all its major works in their unabridged entirety on the Web for unlimited, free public reading! Thus, before purchasing, everyone had the opportunity to read each-and-every Neo-Tech publication online in its entirety for free.
In that way, NTP chose to forgo profits while working as closely as possible to break-even points to achieve maximum dispersion of facts needed to advance its goal. And, sure enough, today, that public literature is becoming increasingly effective in undermining dishonest politics and irrational religion by nullifying manipulations that utilize the lethal tools of fascism, populism, utopianism, scriptures, and God. …Also, consider the following:
The parasitical manipulators of both the political-and-religious left and right along with their true-believer followers feel threatened and are becoming increasingly hostile to NTP’s expanding influences. They are threatened with extinction by sub-rosa Neo-Tech. Thus, they hatefully and fruitlessly strive to extinguish Neo-Tech. Of course, they want NTP and its authors to disappear from Earth. They are threatened with extinction by sub-rosa Neo-Tech. …Ironically and justly, those who hate, flame, and attack Neo-Tech are the ones advancing Neo-Tech while obsoleting themselves. Thus, they are the ones who shall sadly and forever disappear.
Today, NTP’s first task is to prevent escalating political/religious terrorisms from slaughtering human life on this planet. Victory comes from flourishing human life with freedom, health, and prosperity in a peaceful, business/science/art civilization. …A newly-expanding Novus Tek Society is key to achieving that victory.
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Finally, return to the original question: Is Neo-Tech and its Novus Tek Society a rip off? Or do they provide the essential tools for everyone’s survival and prosperity in the 21st century? Again, read the information on this Rip-Off Report juxtaposed against the information on NTP’s website (www.neo-tech.com). If you conclude this Rip-Off Report is correct in any way, we shall understand your position and decline providing Neo-Tech’s anti-fraud/anti-theistic information to you now and in the future as in the best interest of both parties. If, however, you honestly conclude that NTP’s website is crucial to the survival and well-being of you and your loved ones now and for generations to come, you are welcome to express your sincere-and-honest views to me at pltnum7@cox.net in applying for ever-evolving Neo-Tech discoveries, information, and values.
We do not respond to dishonest and irrational theistic or fascist attacks.

Sincerely,
Mrs. Barbara Diamond
Customer-Service Manager
Neo-Tech Publishing Company
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01/24/05 posted



posted on Jan, 25 2005 @ 12:01 PM
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I recently received my letter to join the NOUVEAU Tech Society. It was sent first class mail like the others, and istead of harping on psychic ability rambled on about how I was chosen, and entering cycle two, had to act by the end of the week, would recieve these secrets for free, and then learn the secrets of wealth, sex, happiness, and power over other people. How to control anyone who meet, and make $10,000, $100,000, 0r even $1,000,000 a in a matter of days or weeks. I never really elaborates on who did the choosing, or why but reassures that I am one of the few they have elected to join the ranks of their society. Aparently, I'm not all that special.

Here's what I found:
columbus-oh.bbb.org...

Above is the link to the Ohio Better Business Bureau's profile of them. They are registered under Nouveau Society. They aparently own or are in co-operation with the Neo-Tech Publishing company. They are not registered better business bureau members.

Wallace H Ward is the president of the Nouveau Tech society, and here's some contact information.

Local Phone Number: (702)891-0302
Fax Number: (716)447-7488
Email Address: think999@netcom.com.
Mailing Address: 3357 Southpark Place, Ste H; Grove City, OH 43123

Also they have two alternate adresses. The letters are mailed by a seperate fullfillment company called Client Logistics. And the Neo-Tech publishing company is based out of Nevada.
Address: 850 S. Boulder Hwy., Henderson, NV 89015.
They also have a PO Box in New Jersey
Address
. O. Box 5204, Clifton, NJ 07015-5204

There have been no complaints filed with the Ohio Better Business Bureau, and you can't search the Southern Nevada Better Business Bureau Website. However you can write then if you have any complaints at:
BBB of Southern Nevada, Inc.
2301 Palomino Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89107 -4503

So it would seem that there is limited information out there. The registration with the better business bureau in ohio was on January 20, 2005. So this incarnation of the, mail order book for an over inflated price promising to bring you everything you have ever desired and more business (anything so that I don't call it a scam right) is fairly new. there are also a few posts out there by people who have been burned by the neo-tech publishing company's various distributors. And the Neo-Tech website:
www.neo-tech.com...

Filled with rehtoric about how the christian modern world is disgusting and crmbling and how they are the illuminati reborn and the matrix is the new bible or something. I couldn't read much more of their propoganda and still focus my eyes. But there's all I could find. If you have any questions or coments post them here or email them to j.i.stein@excite.com.

The following statement is true. The preceeding statement was false.
JOSH

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posted on Jan, 25 2005 @ 03:46 PM
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Oh, I am so happy! I was chosen to become a member of a secret society; the Nouveau Society. Their letter says that I am special and have unique abilities that not many possess and that they'll share their success secrets with me absolutely free!! Oh, well then, since it's "free"... Let me just get a stamp so I can send this baby right back to them! (After I've run it through my paper shredder several times.)

I started looking this up after I read the letter. In it, they play up to my empathic abilities. They say that I can read minds sometimes and not many people can do that. Well, this is a truckload of BS, because I am no mind reader. I read emotions and it's not a unique ability. There are dozens of people like me. Heck, we have a support group! lol

I'm in stage two and I must act now before it's too late! Oh no! I had better stop writing this now and hurry up and waste that stamp! This Kirsten Hart says that everyone loves her now and that her husband dotes upon her now. She says that she's a trophy wife. ROFLMAO Ok, now I am asking myself what world is she living in. heh Moreso, what "realm" is she living in? They told me that I am from another realm!

The letter, on the first page says, and I quote:

"By the way, as you read this, you may be saying to yourself that this is all a bunch of hooey."

LOL...She ain't whistlin' Dixie there!

In the letter, Ms. Kirsten Hart says that she will shed light on how I was found by telling her own story. There is some hooey. My my my...sitting in front of me on my desk right now is a total of 6 pages of said "hooey", an SASE from the Nouveau Tech Society and an opened first class envelope that has this all over it:

The Nouveau Society Stamped: Grove City
3357 H Southpark Place Domestic First Class Air Mail
Grove City, OH 43123 Foreign Air Mail
Par Avion - Corrreo Aero


Throughout the letter I keep seeing the words "ABSOLUTELY FREE"! That alone raises red flags, why can't these idiots understand that? Anyway, I'll end this mindless rant now as I'm almost sure that it doesn't make sense. lol

I'll just say SCAM!

But, I think we already know that.


~Sarai



posted on Jan, 26 2005 @ 08:10 AM
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Okay, now I'm gonna try again - I had a nice little speel going until I hit the wrong key and lost the lot!


Anyway, basically in a nutshell, I recieved the letter (I'm special), returned for the FREE booklet to discover the secrets and become a member of the "Secret Society"

Last week sometime I recieved my booklet, but being a busy mother of three, I threw it on the bench along with the rest of the "catch-up-on-later
junk" Today I found it again (I actually cleaned up the bench!
), so I sat down, ignored the kids (until the noise level resembled a jumbo jet taking off in my loungeroom
:hey
and read it from cover to cover.

To be honest, I'm in the "looking zone" right now, so this appealed to me, but as I was reading I discovered that they were using the ploys and basic needs of every human being - the need to be wanted, special, needed, complemented, loved, etc,etc,etc.

I was starting to seriously consider spending the AU$166.00 (a full weeks house payment), but I thought that I'd do a bit of homework first - I don't like to think of myself as being easily scammed, and my alarm bells were going off in a big way, even though I DESPERATELY wanted to believe it. So, here I am, a newly joined member just so that I can put my bit in.

The one thing that struck me straight away while reading all the other posts, was that the Americans were offered a 1000+ page book. As you may have guessed, I'm in Australia, but I have been given the opportunity to buy, as quoted directly from the CURRENCY LIST,

Total cost of the complete 553-page Novus Tek Discovery is U.S. $120.00 postpaid

What's the difference between you and me?
Why were you guys offered twice as much for the same/similar price as me?

Anyway, I checked out the Neo Warriors, and yes I got exactly the same e-mail as one of the other members who posted it on the forum. It's SOOO personalised isn't it!


so guess what - I'm not going to invest my money, I I've found that "a weight has lifted off my shoulders, my posture has straightened, and I'm smiling! Thanks Nova Tek for the startling revolution that you've given me; I think that I've just avoided being scammed, and if I've missed the "opportunity of a lifetime", it's not the first, and I'm sure it's not the last.



posted on Jan, 26 2005 @ 10:31 AM
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Originally posted by element 39
Check the Facts, then Decide


But you haven't provided any facts Barbara!!! All you've given is a sales pitch.
Sure, your business practices may be entirely honest and legal, but your product seems to be nothing more than a conspiracy product which preys on the mental fears of people.

You say "32 years of hard work". What hard work? Where did you get your information that there is some sort of mass conspiracy that has taken place over the last couple of thousand years? Why should people believe your conspiracy theory over any other that is posted here.
And why the heck should they pay for it?!!!




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posted on Jan, 26 2005 @ 10:49 AM
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@ Sarai
and
anita2day


You may have lost out on their cahnce to belong to a "secret society", but you have found ATS, which is way more fun.
You get the chance to DENY IGNORANCE


Welcome to you both!!!!!



posted on Jan, 26 2005 @ 12:54 PM
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www.ripoffreport.com...

The link above is to rip off report. Depending on which incarnation of the Neo Tech Publishing company marketing letter you have received, This site should come up in a google search. Basically to spoil it for you, it's are dear friend Barbara Diamond defending the honor of Nouveau Tech...In the exact same words she used to post here. Gotta love the good old fashioned copy and paste jobs.

My only questions now are:
What is the infatuation with saying new in different languages before Technology?
How many people out there actually paid for this book?
How many of those that bought the book regret it, and how many have fooled themselves into thinking they are all powerfull while they flip the burgers at jack in the box? (no offense intended to any crew members of JITB who didn't buy into this scam...it's my favorite fast food joint, and you guys do good work.)
And where did they find the person who worded the mass mailing letter?

While it plays on the human insecurities and desires, it sounds like it was writen in the 50's or 60's by a guy that wasn't popular but was trying to be. Well, now that I got to pick on them a little, I'm good. They deserve it for getting my megalomanical hopes up and then shattering them like that. lol
Well, look out for the next incarnation of these guy after they run out of forgein words for new...the Knew tech, or Noo Tech guide to all the money , sex with hot people, and general BullSh*t of the universal truth of light and stuff. Selling for only $1,000,000,000. Act now before you enter Cycle 2...the intelligence cycle ;p

Later, JI

[edit on 26-1-2005 by jistein]

[edit on 26-1-2005 by jistein]



posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 04:47 PM
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Newly-Rising Neo-Tech/Illuminati Societies
Novus Tek, Novatech, and Nouveau Tech Societies

For the twenty-eight years, the religious right, the politically-correct left, and certain philosophical groups have tried to vanish Neo-Tech from planet Earth. Three questions: (1) Why do they want Neo-Tech to vanish? (2) What have been the results of their nearly three decades of assaults on Neo-Tech? (3) How can ordinary people finally access forbidden Illuminati Societies to gain their profitable advantages?

Hello, my name is Barbara Diamond. Since 1981, I have been the English and Spanish customer-service manager for Neo-Tech Publishing (NTP) and its newly-forming Illuminati Societies. I shall now answer the above three questions. But first, I must caution readers about professional parasites who illicitly skim from Neo-Tech’s mountain of uniquely-powerful values created over 32 years of focused efforts and strengthened by overcoming hostile adversities coming from all directions.
The most-recent usurpers copping our name and intellectual property to foist their loser-generating activities on victims include a costly fraud trap dubbed Neo-Tech Specifics (aka: Neo-Tech Applied) and a costly cult trap dubbed Neo-Warriors (aka: Neo-Tech Warriors). The latter uses Scientology/Landmark/Forum-type exploitations to rake in victims hijacked from NTP’s hard-earned customer data base. For details of these and other usurpers who parasitically sponge off Neo-Tech’s achievements, values, copyrights, tradenames, intellectual properties, and customer activities see www.neo-tech.com/pax-b1/afternotes.php. …Now to answer those three questions:
In the past three months, NTP has mailed via first-class USPS 56-page and 80-page information packages free to a million households worldwide. During those same three months, NTP also shipped tens-of-thousands thick instruction manuals of 400 to 1000 pages. Those manuals detail how to profitably clean sweep from one’s life today’s crumbling world of larcenous politics and intolerant religion, ranging from their covert-and-overt lethal paradigms to their hidden-and-open mass-murder terrorisms.
Then, as usual, came the barrage of flames from those trying to vanish Neo-Tech and stop its newly-forming Illuminati Societies. As always before, most of those flamers offered only ad-hominem rants. Few if any had valid criticisms or complaints. Few if any had ever seen or read, much less studied, Neo-Tech or attended its World Summits. Nearly all such flames are void of value as they vent only vilifying emotionalisms. …Most flames want to sinking Neo-Tech’s dedication to pro-bono informing the public of the political-and-religious crimes that are poisoning everyone’s life, family, and future.
NTP’s raison d’être is (1) to identify the 2400-years of lethal hoaxes that impoverish and kill duped people by the billions (yes, billions) and (2) to uncover and deliver the hidden life-saving/life-flourishing values available to every conscious life. See for yourself by reviewing NTP’s website at www.neo-tech.com. Also, review its hundreds upon hundreds of life-flourishing testimonials at www.neo-tech.com/feedback/index.php. And, very important, review the hatefully-violent negative comments that too often come from political-and-religious malefactors profanely damning and physically threatening its authors with Biblical torture, bloody maiming, and horrifying death as revealed on www.neo-tech.com/comments/negative.html.

Neo-Tech’s Mission
Upon establishing an Illuminati mission after its first major publication in 1968, NTP never focused on profit alone. All its authors write to fulfil that mission. Every publication since 1976 has been explicitly crafted to free people from the massively-lethal deceptions of today’s political-and-religious civilization -- which is not a civilization at all but is actually a destructively-irrational- anticivilization. Indeed, throughout the 20th century, that anticivilization yielded the murder 160-million innocent civilians while draining personal riches from four billion duped peons in the name of pathological politics and religion.
Individual by individual, Neo-Tech moves the world beyond the mortal deceptions of our anticivilization. What does freeing oneself from those deceptions mean? As in the Neo-Tech inspired movie, The Matrix, freedom comes from taking Neo-Tech’s red pill of honesty. That honesty lets one profitably nullify the cruelly-controlling matrix of politics, religion, and utopianism. Also, echoing the same theme, Batman writer/artist Alan Grant of DC Comics produced a popular series of comic books titled Anarky based explicitly on Neo-Tech. Both The Matrix and Anarky drew upon Neo-Tech’s 32-year theme of delivering supreme universal values to those who discover the Illuminati key to open-ended prosperity, non-aging health, and never-ending romance.
How does Neo-Tech Publishing (NTP) distribute its constantly expanding value creations? How does a small, implacably-determined, in-the-trenches publishing house achieve breakeven global distributions to evolve its literature into 170 countries and 13 languages? And, especially over the past dozen years, how has NTP increasingly influenced contemporary politics, cable news, talk radio, and the movie industry? How has NTP’s mission advanced the well-being, health, and happiness of society? The answers to those questions are detailed and documented in NTP’s newly-developing Pax Neo-Tech manuscript available for free public perusal at www.neo-tech.com/pax-b1/index.php.
Since 1996, in striving to deliver maximum public benefits through its pro-bono strategy, NTP was the first and perhaps the only publishing house ever, large or small, to put all its major works in their unabridged entirety on the Web for free public reading! Thus, before acquiring anything, everyone had the opportunity to read each-and-every Neo-Tech publication online in its entirety for free.
In that way, NTP chose to forgo expanding profits by working as closely as possible to breakeven points in achieving maximum dispersion of facts needed for advancing its mission. And, sure enough, today, that public literature is becoming increasingly effective in undermining destructive politics and religion by nullifying their manipulations that utilize the lethal tools of fascism, socialism, populism, utopianism, scriptures, and God. …Now, consider the following:
Everyone should realize that the parasitical manipulators of the political-and-religious left and right along with their true-believer followers feel threatened by and are increasingly hostile to NTP’s expanding influences. Both the left and right are threatened with extinction by NTP’s sub-rosa Illuminati dynamics. Thus, they fruitlessly strive to extinguish Neo-Tech. …Of course, they want NTP and its authors to disappear from Earth.
As is obvious from its website, NTP advances decidedly liberal/progressive positions. Not surprisingly, therefore, Neo-Tech engages intolerant Christian conservatives, born-again fundamentalists, crusading evangelists, and Muslim jihadists. We explicitly and emphatically do not want those people associating with us, our literature, or our newly-forming Illuminati Societies. For, such people not only become virulently enraged but sometime become physically threatening, even violent, upon encountering Neo-Tech’s Voltairean anti-religious/anti-political stances. Most angrily return their books for refunds. But, some literally burn our “satanic” books and then dishonestly receive refunds or make credit-card charge backs without ever returning their products. Why? Usually just to dishonestly rip us off. Or, sometimes to “strike a financial blow against Satan” as one born-again gleefully trumpeted.
So, what is the point of dealing with such people? No, we do not want them associating with us, our writers, or our newly-forming societies. Indeed, our mailing pieces are intentionally designed to repel those people before they even try to acquire our literature or enter our societies. …Can you blame us for rejecting such people? Can you understand why we hire the tightest security and legal protections for our writers?
Yet, ironically and justly, those who hate, flame, threaten, and attack Neo-Tech are the very engines that advance Neo-Tech worldwide while obsoleting themselves. Thus, they are the ones who shall ultimately disappear for the (1) betterment of human life everywhere and (2) achievement of our mission.
Finally, concerning our constitutional free-press/free-speech rights: They are our supreme legal rights. It is our responsibility to uphold those rights by never relenting, never compromising on achieving our Illuminati mission through free press and free speech. Moreover, (1) we publicly extinguish both theistic-and-political attacks on our legal rights and (2) we report to appropriate law enforcement authorities all theistic-and-political threats and acts of harm or violence directed at us.

Who is Chosen; Who is Rejected
To emphasize again, in the best interest of all parties, we do not want those hostile to Neo-Tech’s ideas and goals acquiring our anti-political/anti-theistic information. And, we certainly do not want such people infiltrating Neo-Tech’s newly-forming Illuminati societies. Thus, everyone should first thoroughly review NTP’s website at www.neo-tech.com. Those who recognize Neo-Tech as crucial to the survival and well-being of them and their loved ones -- now and for generations to come -- are welcome to express their sincere-and-honest views. Such readers can qualify for Neo-Tech’s ever-evolving discoveries and values by emailing me at pltnum7@cox.net. [Note: So your positive message does not mistakenly get deleted as spam, put the word “Illuminati” in you email heading.]

Sincerely,
Ms. Barbara Diamond
Customer-Service Manager
Neo-Tech Publishing Company

Customer-Service Notice
Since its ads began appearing in the Wall Street Journal during 1969, NTP has offered and honored a 90-day, money-back guarantee on all its literature. In fact, anyone can query the Better Business Bureau about our 35-year record of satisfactorily resolving every customer question brought to our attention. …Customers can email customerservice@neo-tech.com..
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posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 06:51 PM
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Does anyone here know if they keep trying to get a person to pay more money after the 130 buck big-book-buy? It sounds like a new religion based on materialism and egomania to me.



posted on Feb, 2 2005 @ 01:40 AM
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Hi all,
As many of you, I also recieved in the mail the 4-page letter from the Nouveau Tech Society. The funny thing about this "scam" is, they claim the letter recipient is entering what they call "the 2nd cycle of opportunity". I must be truly "special" as I am entering "the 2nd cycle of opportunity" for the second time in my life(maybe I didn't get it right the first time?)!!!!

They are exactly right! As I started to read their "orientation booklet" I thought to myself "This is a bunch of Hooey!" And you know why? Because it is!
I am 43 years old and I have NEVER heard of anything that will make people like or love you, aside from just being one's-self. No potions no spells, nada! People either like you, love you, or hate you. If you can't accept that, I do feel sorry for ya. But nothing is going to "MAKE" people like or love you aside from your own personality. Human nature just doesn't work that way. If you hate me, nothing I ever say or do will ever change the way you feel about me, period. Suppose you could control people like that, don't you think that would be an empty and shallow friendship or "love relationship"? I know I would always wonder; if I had not made them like or love me, would they anyway if I had not interfered? Wouldn't it be a more satisfying relationship based on the merits of your personality and not on the merits of a scam or a cheat? Anyway, sorry for the rant. I got the answer I was looking after reading some of the posts. I knew it, I just needed a nudge in the right direction! As always, I am grateful for the people and friends here at ATS over the years! Thanks for all the help!

troylawson



posted on Feb, 3 2005 @ 03:37 PM
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REVISED 02/03/05

Newly-Rising Neo-Tech/Illuminati Societies
Novus Tek, Novatech, and Nouveau Tech
Secret Societies

Three Questions
For twenty-eight years, the religious right along with certain political and philosophical groups have tried to vanish Neo-Tech from this planet. Three questions: (1) Why do they want Neo-Tech to vanish? (2) What have been the results of their assaulting Neo-Tech for nearly three decades? (3) How can individuals bypass Neo-Tech haters to access secret Illuminati Societies and gain their eternally profitable advantages?

Hola! My tradename is Barbie Diamond. Since coming to America in 1985 as a former beauty queen from Cost Rica (see my 2003 photo on www.neo-tech.com...), I have been the English and Spanish customer-service manager for Neo-Tech Publishing (NTP) and its newly-forming Illuminati Societies. I shall fully answer the above three questions. But first, I must caution readers about professional parasites who illicitly skim from Neo-Tech’s mountain of uniquely-powerful values created over 32 years of focused efforts, strengthened by overcoming hostile adversities coming from all directions:

The latest usurpers copping our name to foist loser-generating products on victims include (1) a costly fraud trap from the UK dubbed Neo-Tech Specifics (aka Neo-Tech Applied) and (2) a costly cult trap dubbed Neo-Tech Warriors (aka Neo-Warriors). The latter uses Scientology/Landmark/Forum-type cult exploitations to hijack victims from NTP’s hard-earned database of loyal readers. …For details of usurpers who parasitically sponge off Neo-Tech’s achievements, values, copyrights, tradenames, intellectual properties, and customer activities see www.neo-tech.com/pax-b1/afternotes.php. …Now to answer those three questions:

In the past three months, NTP has mailed via first-class USPS dramatic 56-page and 80-page information packages for free to a million households. During those same three months, NTP also shipped tens-of-thousands thick instruction manuals of 400 to 1000 pages each. Those manuals detail how to profitably sweep today’s larcenous politics and repressive religions from one’s life.

Yes, indeed, Neo-Tech’s newly-forming Illuminati Societies sweep away all life-draining delusions. As always before, most Neo-Tech hating flamers offer only ad-hominem rants and vilifying emotionalisms. Few if any flamers have valid criticisms or complaints. Most have never seen or read, much less studied, the Neo-Tech literature or attended Neo-Tech World Summits.

Neo-Tech identifies the 2400-years of lethal hoaxes that impoverish and kill duped innocents by the billions -- yes, billions. Upon identifying those hoaxes, Neo-Tech delivers the hidden life-saving/life-flourishing values to everyone who enters its Illuminati matrix. Yes, the Neo-Tech Illuminati matrix delivers clean-sweep riches, non-aging health, and never-ending romance for those living within its matrices. See for yourself by visiting NTP’s website at www.neo-tech.com. Also, review its many hundreds upon hundreds of life-saving/life-flourishing testimonials at www.neo-tech.com/feedback/index.php. And, most important, review the hatefully-violent comments that all too often come from political-and-religious malefactors profanely damning and physically threatening Neo-Tech authors with Biblical torture, bloody maiming, and horrifying death as revealed on www.neo-tech.com/comments/negative.html.

Neo-Tech’s Mission
Upon establishing an Illuminati mission after its first major publication in 1968, NTP never focused on profit alone. All its authors write to fulfil that mission. NTP crafted every publication since 1976 to explicitly free people from the lethal deceptions foisted upon them by today’s political-and-religious civilization, which is not a civilization at all but is actually a destructively-irrational anticivilization. …Throughout the 20th century, that anticivilization murdered 160-million innocent civilians while extracting the riches and happiness from billions of duped innocents in the name of pathological politics and religions.

Since 1996, in urgently striving to advance its mission through pro-bono strategies, NTP was the first and perhaps the only publishing house ever, large or small, to put all its major works in their unabridged entirety on the Web for free public reading. Thus, before purchasing any book, everyone had the opportunity to read each-and-every Neo-Tech publication online to free him of her self from today’s anticivilization trap without paying a penny!

Thus, by freeing populations individual by individual, Neo-Tech’s invisible hand moves the world beyond today’s mortal deceptions. But what does freeing oneself from those deceptions actually mean? As in the Neo-Tech inspired movie, The Matrix, freedom comes from taking Neo-Tech’s red pill of honesty. That honesty lets one profitably nullify the cruelly-controlling matrix of politics, religion, and utopianism. Also, echoing the same theme, Batman writer/artist Alan Grant of DC Comics produced a popular series of comic books titled Anarky based explicitly on Neo-Tech. Both The Matrix and Anarky drew upon Neo-Tech’s three-decade theme of delivering supreme universal values to those discovering its Illuminati key for open-ended wealth, non-aging health, and never-ending romance.

How does Neo-Tech Publishing (NTP) distribute its continuously unfolding values? How does a small, implacably-determined, in-the-trenches family publishing house achieve breakeven global distributions to evolve its enriching advantages into 170 countries and 13 languages? And, especially over the past dozen years, how has NTP competitively influenced contemporary politics, cable news, talk radio, and the movie industry? How has NTP’s mission advanced the well-being, health, and happiness of society? The answers to those questions are detailed and documented in NTP’s newly-developing Pax Neo-Tech manuscript available for free public perusal at www.neo-tech.com/pax-b1/index.php.

And, sure enough, today, Neo-Tech’s public literature is becoming increasingly effective in undermining fraudulent politics and destructive religions by nullifying their manipulations that utilize the lethal tools of fascism, socialism, populism, utopianism, scriptures, and God.

My Take
As is obvious from its website, NTP advances decidedly liberal/progressive positions. Not surprisingly, therefore, Neo-Tech infuriates intolerant Christian conservatives, born-again fundamentalists, crusading evangelists, and Muslim jihadists. We explicitly and emphatically do not want those people associating with us, acquiring our literature, or infiltrating our newly-forming Illuminati Societies. For, such people not only become virulently enraged but also physically threatening, even violent, upon encountering Neo-Tech’s Voltairean anti-religious/anti-political stances. Most angrily return their books for refunds. But, some literally burn our “satanic” books and then dishonestly receive refunds or make credit-card charge backs without ever returning their products. Why? Usually just to dishonestly rip off NTP. Or, sometimes to “strike a financial blow against Satan” as one born-again fundamentalist gleefully trumpeted.

So, what is the point of dealing with such people? There is no point. No, we do not want life losers acquiring our products. We do not want life losers associating with us, our writers, or our newly-forming societies. Indeed, our mailing pieces are intentionally injected with metaphors designed to repel those life losers before they even try to acquire our literature or enter our matrix. …Can you blame us for rejecting such people?

Yet, ironically and justly, life losers who hate, flame, threaten, and attack Neo-Tech are the very engines that propagate Neo-Tech worldwide while obsoleting themselves. Thus, they are the ones who shall ultimately disappear from Earth to unleash everyone’s human potential and fulfil NTP’s mission. …Thus, we salute life-loser attacks on Neo-Tech.

Finally, concerning our constitutional free-press/free-speech rights: Our First-Amendment rights are the supreme legal rights of every American. It is our responsibility to uphold those rights by never relenting, never compromising on achieving NTP’s goal via free press and free speech. Moreover, we shall always (1) aggressively extinguish theistic-and-political intrusions upon our legal rights and (2) promptly report to appropriate law-enforcement authorities every theistic-and-political threat, hate crime, copyright theft, and act of violence directed at us. …Can you understand why we hire the tightest security and legal protections for our writers?

Who is Chosen; Who is Rejected
To emphasize once again: In the best interest of everyone, we do not want those hostile to Neo-Tech’s ideas and goals acquiring our anti-political/anti-theistic secrets. And, we certainly do not want them infiltrating Neo-Tech’s newly-forming Illuminati societies. Thus, everyone should first carefully peruse NTP’s website at www.neo-tech.com. Those who recognize Neo-Tech as crucial to the survival and well-being of them, their loved ones, and humanity itself -- now and for generations to come -- are welcome to express their sincere-and-honest positive views. In that way, readers can qualify for Neo-Tech’s ever-evolving discoveries and values by emailing me at pltnum7@cox.net.
[Note: So your positive email message does not mistakenly get deleted as spam, put the word “Illuminati” in your email subject heading.]

In Conclusion
Always acutely aware of Omar Khayyam’s admonition, Neo-Tech authors proudly stand behind every word that they write and readily admit any error that they commit:

The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ,
Moves on: nor all your Piety nor Wit
Shall lure it back to cancel half a Line,
Nor all your Tears wash out a Word of it

And, finally, one of my favorite verses from that coolest of Muslims:

Here with a Loaf of Bread beneath the Bough,
A Flask of Wine, a Book of Verse—and Thou
Beside me singing in the Wilderness—
And Wilderness is Paradise enow.
Omar Khayyam
(1048-1131)

Graciously yours,
Barbie Diamond
Customer-Service Manager
Neo-Tech Publishing Company

Customer-Service Notice
Since its ads began appearing in the Wall Street Journal during 1969, NTP has offered and honored a 90-day, money-back guarantee on all its literature. In fact, anyone can query the Better Business Bureau about our 35-year record of satisfactorily resolving every customer question brought to our attention. …Customers can email customerservice@neo-tech.com.



posted on Feb, 7 2005 @ 07:57 PM
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I received the same letter as everyone else here. They went by the name Nouveau Tech Society. Hopefully this will trigger a search response as I didn't come up with anything on my searches. I saw Novatech on a yahoo search and that was close enough for me to look.

I faxed in for the free booklet because I thought it was quite an elaborate scam they worked on. I have a degree in Media Studies with a concentration in Media Analysis. My natural curiosity and educational background drove me to find out more. I wanted to see what they were trying to lead people to and when they would ask for the money.

I have to say I had a blast read the 7 stories. I was a little disappointed in the first story as it was a repeat of the letter I got. Bummer. But the other stories were great. I paid close attention to the reoccurring themes and the use of language in these stories. It reminded me of the Bush administration/GOP as it used a lot of the same techniques they use to manipulate the public. This pamphlet did not play on fear as much as the GOP and the Evangelicals do though. They put a lot of time and technique into this operation.

If you want a kick, and have this pamphlet, go through and underline all the terms, phrases, and themes that are repeated. Its one long sale that prey's on basic human fantasies and desires. Everyone wants to control the universe in their minds. To think, there's a magic book is out there, with the power to control the universe effortlessly, WOW. I'm tempted to use this pamphlet in the future for summer classes I teach about Media Analysis.

Only two things bring happiness and wealth to a person. Hard Work and Dumb Luck.





[edit on 7-2-2005 by Quest4Truth]



posted on Feb, 14 2005 @ 11:52 AM
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Unfortunately he loves this kind of stuff he is really into geopolitics and is the perfect target for these people. He's a libertarian and also is kind of broke right now. Here is my question

HOW do they do research to say just the right thing to certain people, knowing their skills and abilities and such? How can they find this out?

Also no one has mentioned them offering money. My dad says that his brochure booklet says that he will be sent a large sum of money! For no reason! He got the letter then sent in for the booklet and is now waiting for the big "manual." Apparently he said the booklet said he would be sent money, 100k to 500k. ANyone else get this? WHen he goes into take a shower I am going to grab the thing and thumb thru it. He knows nothing about the internet so I offered to look it up with him and i hope he is not too deflated!!!!!!!

Please help

Steph



posted on Feb, 14 2005 @ 05:43 PM
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Tsk Tsk I guess I am not all that special. I really like the way they put my name in spots though.
I am just like a few on here and put it into a search engine right away. Funny thing is yahoo had nothing only google did and here I am.
Waiting now for my Clearing House Sweepstakes.....They say I am special too and could have a prize waiting



posted on Feb, 14 2005 @ 05:53 PM
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Save your money people, if you want the book, even just to see what its all about, don't spend all that jack...you can get the books on ebay or even on barnesandnoble.com (used and out of print section). There are a few different books, one of the ISBN number is 911752498. You can get the books for less than 30 bucks! Just shop around.



posted on Feb, 16 2005 @ 03:02 AM
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sobeadit asks, how do they find this out? Well, they probably don't. After all, they also sent a letter to me years ago, after I'd already found out about scams and cults. I think what they just do is to blow up their ego to ridiculously ridiculous proportions, mail their trash to as many people as possible and wait for the stupid people to fall for it (and there'll always be lots of stupid people).

And again, here's stuff about Nouveau-Tech, erm, I mean Neo-TeX. Enjoy!





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