Long before Neothink came into my life, I began to question anything and everything. I stopped accepting things just because the almighty “they” said it was so, and I would not believe in anything that I could not find a solid logical reason to justify it. This attitude began in late 1967 before I shipped out to Vietnam. About a month before we shipped out, our unit had to watch a movie by President Johnson entitled “Why Vietnam”. The first time I saw the movie, it got me all pumped up patriotically. Then just before we shipped out, we had to watch the movie a second time. The second time I sensed that something did not ring true, but I couldn’t put my finger on it. When we got to Vietnam, we had to watch the movie a third time, and that time I was hanging on every word. Suddenly, it hit me what was wrong. It was all a bunch of political double speak that said nothing. It was a lot of emotionally charged words that pushed the right emotional buttons, but it did not give me a solid reason for why I was there to kill people. I saw how politicians were lying to me and using me. By the time I came home, I had come to believe that we were doing the Vietnamese people more harm than the Vietcong.
After I got home, my conscience came back with a vengeance, and I was sick to the depth of my soul with all the useless killing. I was so tired of all the pointless hurting that for many years I resigned from the human race. During that time of solitude and in the decades since, I have contemplated many things, and slowly reconstructed my own code of ethics and principles by which I live my life. I will walk the path of peace for all of my days. I hold myself totally and unequivocally responsible for the consequences of my actions. I have explored many philosophical writings, and I learned to see past any mysticism to the logical concepts that were of value to me. The Law of Absolute Right presented by Richard Wetherill resonated deeply with me because I believe that there is universal right and universal wrong that does not depend on your religious beliefs, your philosophical viewpoint, or your social upbringing. I found that when I put myself on the receiving end, it is not at all difficult to see what is right and what is wrong. I have also reached a point where I no longer have any use for any of the organized religions of humanity; they are no longer of any value to me, because I have seen how they are used to manipulate the masses. I am not a worshiper. However, I do believe that there is a creator of this universe. (I use the word creator because the word god is charged with too much mysticism.). A blade of grass is exquisitely designed from an engineering viewpoint. It has molecular machines that gather raw materials from the soil and the air, and there are transport systems that carry the raw materials to the manufacturing sites where sun light and chlorophyll use the raw materials to grow the blade of grass and produce nutrients that animals can eat. That blade of grass is too intricately designed for me to believe that there was not some intelligence behind that design. However, I am not compelled to worship that creator, but I do respect the intelligence of that creator.
When I read the Neothink manuscripts, they validated many of the conclusions that I reached in my contemplations (I’m not a crazy old coot!). I was also fascinated by the miniday concept, and the idea of the 10 second miracle. These ideas would have been very useful during my working career. I have a lot of work ahead of me to learn how to integrate this approach into my daily life in retirement. During my working career, I turned down promotions into management twice, because I found management to be excruciatingly boring and totally without meaningful challenge. Off and on I have thought about starting a business, but I have not yet gotten myself beyond this bias. I also have a lot to learn about government regulations and accounting methods before I will take action to start a business.
At this point, I have a lot on my plate. I have many commitments and personal goals that I must honor before I will make any major commitments to the Neothink Society. I am close to discharging some of the commitments, but my major goal of building the workshop where I will go to tinker and play is still a work in progress. I have a lot of planning, designing, and budgeting to do before it becomes a reality. I must build that workshop before I will attempt to start a business. I also need to make a lot of repairs to my parents’ property where I will build my shop. My first priority is restoring my health from the damage done by too many years of chronic stress in my job before I decided to retire. With the help of an alternative health care practitioner whom I regard as a true healer, I have made good progress in the last four years, and I have weaned myself off of all pharmaceutical drugs. My efforts to learn more about nutritional healing are paying off, and I have taken responsibility for my own health. I must bear 100% of the cost because no health insurance will cover alternative health care. All of these demands on my time and financial resources have put me at the limit of what I can handle without creating unnecessary and unwanted stress in my life, and when I retired I decided to keep unnecessary stress out of my life so that I can maintain my good health.
So far I have purchased the following books: Neothink I, Neothink II, Neothink III, The Prime Discovery, Neo-tech I, The Prime Cure, Forbidden Revelations, and The 3000-Year Old Secret. So far I have I have read the three Neothink manuscripts and I am working on Forbidden Revelations. The12 online mentor meetings are going to consume a lot of my time, so that leaves even less time to read these books. I have just mailed the payment for Secret Manuscript (package no. 14096120614), and this will be the last book that I will buy until I have finished reading the books that I already have. All of the offers for the Neothink books have come across with a coercive undertone (respond by this date or else), and I am beginning to see that as a form of initiatory force. The coercion will turn me off to the Neothink Society. The Civilization of the Universe is not yet fully implemented, and I must try to survive in today’s reality. I have no doubt that the knowledge in these books is very valuable, but until I have read them and absorbed them, the knowledge will not benefit me. I ask you to work with me on this and communicate to your Neothink associates to stop sending offers until I finish reading what I have. I can e-mail you when I have finished the books that I now have, and then I will be receptive to future offers. When new offers are made, it will help me if the time period between offers is doubled from what it is now. That will give me time to read the book and save money for the next offer. I sincerely would like to have your response. However, if my request is unacceptable and you decide to expel from the Neothink Society, then so be it. Let it be written- let it be done.