Testimonial of Horace P. Guerra, IV, MD, MPH
At 43, I was all alone in Las Vegas, a new job, a new town, a new life. After having left a failed practice in Waxahachie, TX that met its demise due to embezzlement and financial mismanagement leaving me holding the empty bag, I endeavored a relocation to a familiar place known for its shrewd way of life and fast business environment, Las Vegas.
I spent my childhood growing up in a rural area of South Texas working in melon packing sheds and on a busy ranch helping my father and uncles manage a large cattle operation. I attended Texas A&M University and graduated with honors with a degree in biochemistry. My studies took me to medical school in Dallas, TX and a grueling internship and residency program in Austin, TX fine tuning my skills in the care of very sick people. I spent till age 37 invaluable time in The United States Air Force working as a primary care physician and flight surgeon. Serving this great country and its people was a duty I loved since it meant value creation that would serve wonders in getting me through the first five years of a turbulent start to my private practice career after leaving the Air Force.
Coming to Waxahachie, TX and starting a private practice in 2000 was nothing short of character building. You would think that I at 37 with a hardened background in military medicine would be able to take on some rather pathologic personalities that led to my near professional demise. Aside from being embezzled, I was threatened with the taking of my life for not handing out controlled substances. Much of the patient population depended on amphetamines for weight loss, and much of the administration at the hospital urged my taking on nonpaying clientele for the good of the church, for the good of common mankind, and because it was God’s calling for me. Yes, I was being told that being impoverished was noble and an earning of a place in heaven. Staff ran off with some of my money and clients threatened to sue for not obtaining pain medications and other addictive substances that they so heavily depended on to get through a given day. I tried my hand at Hospice and found it rewarding in the sense of bringing hope to those who were about to leave this Earth. Yet, deep inside, I had a burning desire to be on the team of those brilliant physicians and scientists that found a cure for aging and premature death. Life was not meant to be lived impoverished and fading away with the ravages of disease and debility. It was meant to be lived with the full richness of prosperity, happiness and decades if not centuries of life. This environment was tearing me apart mentally. And while I did leave Waxahachie, TX with no apologies, with no lawsuits, no blemishes on my sterling record of medical care and with my head held high, I knew there was something wrong with the mantra of “dieing to yourself in the name of God and high taxation so that others can live.”
I came upon Mr. Hamilton’s invitation to join the club of those of an obscure and highly clandestine society of super achievers known as Neothink in early spring of 2006. I left the letter on my table in my small apartment believing this was a hoax since I was becoming financially successful through my own hard work and ingenuity. I said, “What the heck!” and sent in for the first heirloom package. It was several days before I cracked open this huge book that claimed to have all of life’s secrets embedded in it. I started reading the book and just couldn’t put it down. The minidays, Friday Night Essence and ten second miracles became the essence of transforming my attitude into one of “I could never do that.” to “I am who I believe myself to become.” I starting making more money, more business contacts, and gaining more confidence. I knew I was in charge and held no remorse for discarding the “cancer seeds” that were eating away at my confidence and profitability. I went from barely making $100,000.00 a year to now more than $250,000.00 per year. And next year promises to be even more profitable. The business concepts of Neothink and the powerful techniques transformed my attitude into one of creating a whole new existence and thrill for living I never really had. I transformed my body into a sexy body builders physique and find myself taking on physical feats that I never thought were possible. The organizational skills I acquired have enabled me to take on complex tasks with ease and multitask like there is no tomorrow. I have accomplished completing a new novel, taking up scuba lessons, passing the medicine recertification board exam, building a reputable wound care business, and establishing a network of friends that is priceless. I no longer fear telling people no and putting neocheaters in their place. My bank account has grown, my debt has tremendously shrunk, my reputation has surged, my athleticism has been given a boost and my love for life has infiltrated my every fiber of my being. Neothink has opened up a whole new world, like the discovery of a hidden treasure of valuables.
My patients and family have benefited immensely with stories of cures and mended broken relationships that would make any reporter’s eyes water. I have sought to find the cure for unnecessary aging and the acceptance that debility is inevitable. It is my Friday Night Essence, my passion, my love, my life. I have transformed myself into an adventurer and explorer of the world around me, my connectedness to The Universe. I have attracted powerful and very attractive people. Gosh, I never thought that beautiful people could just come out of the wood works just to listen to what I have to say. What a thrill!
But, what is even more thrilling is knowing that I am bringing people out of the dungeon of the ills that have poisoned our civilization with high taxes, big government, neocheating, etc. Mr. Hamilton and Neothink, thank you very much. To those of you who are sold on the idea that Neothink is a hoax, a scam of sorts, I ask that you remove your rose colored glasses and venture to take a closer look. Who knows, you might just find that swallowing the red pill of truth is a thrilling adventure that will bring fulfillment to your life like you never imagined. To you skeptics I say, venture to tear down your curtain of denial and see the beautiful world that awaits you, one of infinite love, happiness and life.
Horace P. Guerra, IV, MD, MPH