Dear Mark Hamilton,
I am so grateful for Neothink and Neo-Tech. I became very religious in my life during the “stormy sixties”. There didn’t seem to be any clear-cut answers to all the mixed thoughts in my head and the mixed emotions. “Anti-system” seemed the best way to be. When I started to get “religious” I fell in with a group who was also very anti-establishment anti-church, and they had a charismatic leader who prophesied about the fall of Babylon or America. I followed these prophets of doom for a number of years, but, I still wasn’t happy.
It was hard to break away because of the brainwashing I had received about the consequences of leaving them. I believed that they were God’s “endtime Movement” and to leave them would really seal my fate. Bible verses like, “but if they will not obey, I will utterly pluck up and destroy that nation, sayeth the Lord!” left me very little choice. However, I just couldn’t stand it any more so I left. I spent quite a few years after that in a mental state of mind known as “condemnation”. It was self-condemnation, but I thought that the higher power was extemely angry with me.
Well, after a number of years I met up with Neo-Tech. I saw an ad in a magazine and it really intrigued me, it sounded deliciously seductive, with promises of power and prosperity and romantic love. I requested the brochure and when I read it I knew that I had to have that book. I thought that with promises like that I couldn’t lose. When I started reading it, and came to the part where Frank Wallace said that to entertain notions about God would hinder me from completing the matrix, and therefore not really gain the power I so desperately needed, I let go of “faith” and Wow! I felt that the weight of the world was taken from off my back. No more guilt and shame, no more condemnation, just pure freedom!
I did actually think that a lightening bolt would come down out of the sky and fry me to a crisp, but as time went on, and it didn’t happen, I felt better. That was in 1994 or 1995. I actually burned my bible and all the literature from the cult and that felt quite nice. I did, later try to return to my previous faith but that seemed so shallow and meaningless. In fact it seemed that I was losing real power as far as the mind was concerned. It is hard to do much integrated thinking when one is entertaining thoughts and bible verses about how evil the mind of man is and how much God hates man trying to figure things out for himself. “that which is highly esteemed in the sight of man is an abomination in the sight of God”. There’s one for ya. Talk about “mind-control”!!! I now am totally embracing the Neothink lifestyle, and know that all will be well since I have gotten things sorted out in my own mind. I feel very fortunate for the TVP and Mark Hamilton and all my NT brothers and sisters. We cannot lose. The Universe is with us!!!