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Complaint Review: The Secret Society
The Secret Societywww.thesocietyofsecrets.com Dover, Delaware U.S.A.
The Secret Society repackaged Neo-Tech Dover Delaware
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His goal is to replace the current political/regulatory system with a "protection only" government very much akin to Libertarianism, but very abrupt with a sell-off of government owned assets to pay down debt and eliminate all regulatory agencies. This sounds wonderful and then the "geniuses of society" would be turned loose to bring lower cost products and goods to market that would make everybody live like millionaires of today, even the poor. It does this through a new political party called the "Twelve Visions" party.
Two weeks later I received what others have received, a 72-page book of 5 personal stories titled The Greatest Kept Secrets of All Time of how to become wealthy, powerful and sexually super attractive. Same deal as others... my "Cycle Two" window would be closing in a week from when it was mailed from Grove City, Ohio. I was already accepted before reading the booklet which would cause 3 major good things to happen to me in the following two weeks.
But to get the twelve more good things to happen in the next 3 months I'd need to order their Heirloom 1200-page book of 2300 year old secrets which contained the 10-second miracle and had mystical powers to improve one's life by just touching it or subliminally reading even the chapter headings. The letter gave me a member number and package number and an order form to pay $139.95 check, money order or credit card and send by mail or fax.
Searching the web yielded the www.thesocietyofsecrets.com website. Apparently, the clubhouses where they even exist and the meetings are not the congregating haunts of the rich and powerful, but of "neo"phytes previously duped by similar ads currently numbering over 30000 in the United States trying to learn the 8000+ pages of previously concocted Neo-Tech stuff generated over the past 30+ years by Dr. Frank R. Wallace, Mark Hamilton, et al. that will be sold monthly to the faithful attending the meetings and workshops. Side note: Mark Hamilton likens Dr. Wallace to Jesus (belief system) and himself to the Apostle Paul (application system) in Christianity. And the leaders of the meetings will make a percentage of all sales from their "down line" just like any other network marketing scheme.
Make no mistake about it, they are serious about changing people individually, and changing the world system in a radical way. They hope to feed off of disenchanted people (a lot of those) who they can be credited with "saving" from their miserable plights and who will be lifelong devotees to do their bidding whatever that may be ultimately. This is primarily intended to overthrow the current political and religious systems and totally replace or eliminate them. It sounds kooky, but a cursory reading of their writings indicates highly developed intellects and single-minded focus - over 3 decades already. Apparently Dr. Wallace already has been imprisoned for some of his actions in the mid 1990's.
Beware and avoid. Here are a couple of other web pages apparently of "inside information" from Mark Hamilton to the leaders of the state organizations:
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