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Complaint Review: Ashley Mattern -

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  • Reported By: Anonymous — Alvin Texas United States

Ashley Mattern Ashley Otori, Rin Otori, Order of the Dark Arts Scam Couple Selling Books Pretending To Be DEMONS

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The source of the scam all started in a FB group under the guise of a member who came from an ancient Luciferian Order. There was a mysterious account AKA Alex Wheat (The alleged Luciferian High Priest) in a FB group dedicated to GOW Books. In 2018 the mysterious account announced that it would be writing books and teaching courses.

The account persona aka Alex Wheat started to send messages on FB as spiritual entities and demons themselves. Alex Wheat gain a cult like following and introduced the book, "Introduction To Demonic Magick," and started churning out pendants to connect with demon, clothes and an array of paraphanalia.

In 2019 Ashley Mattern aka Ashley Otori and Rin Otori were exposed as the individuals who created the, "Alex Wheat, " account. The Order released a cursing course for $399 which was taught by no other than Ashley Mattern- Otori herself. She sold magical oils and kits that were created with dollar tree items such as eye shadow.

They went as fan as to say that the books where personally handstamped by the demons themselves. Congrats to Ashley and Rin Otori for being the digital marketing scamming team of 2019!

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#1 General Comment

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AUTHOR: John - (United States)

POSTED: Wednesday, April 24, 2019

....that the phrase "For Entetainment Purposes Only" appears somewhere on any advertising for this nonsense.  In any case, only people with the minds of little children fall for silly crap like this (which means it's a billion-dollar business.)  Where's the "rip-off?"  Anyone who hands hundreds of dollars to someone who promises to cast spells on their behalf gets exactly what they deserve for their medieval mindset- bank accounts which are hundreds of dollars lighter.

Meanwhile, established churches make far more elaborate claims - including being able to show the path to eternal life, family happiness, etc.- and rake in far more money than any online "Magic Spell" scammer. 

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