Larry L C-5Since I was nine years old I knew that my lights were on but I was not home. I came home, however, during my first reading of Neo-Tech II some thirty-six years later. I would like to relate to you what happened to me while I was engrossed with Neo-Tech. It was as though I was beaten to a pulp. I was slapped around and finally kicked to the floor all out of breath when I finally acknowledged that it was me that they were talking about. I was the lazy and envious person described throughout the pages of Neo-Tech that cut through me like a sword. I was the one that was not standing on my own two feet. I was the mystic. I was the Neo-cheat. It was me that recognized "outside authorities" instead of the honest "producer of tradable values" type person. I was a prisoner of Tarot, Astrology, Kabbalah, the occult and other forms of debauchery and time wasting. It was me putting greater emphasis on death than on life and the realization of biological immortality. I even scored high on the Psyche Death check list -- Leveraged Advantage #98 -- I got eight out of ten characteristics of a dying or dead psyche checked. Plato would have been happy for me. He never would have been proud. I would have never been proud of me either, but that was before Neo-Tech. Frank Wallace and associates and Neo-Tech revived me.
When I received Neo-Tech I was ready. Whatever I was doing simply was not working. And now I know that it was not productive, rational or reasonable. Neo-Tech is a part of me now and it is as though I have been transplanted from an unrealistic hostile environment to a healthy one where I can grow and blossom indefinitely. I am now of value to me, to my romantic-partner, and to others.