Here is a list of companies or sites that, in my personal experience, I have found dishonest (at the very least) to outright scams, despite claiming to have an interest in liberty, or at least catering to those who do. Of course, I may be right or wrong to whatever extent. Don’t take my word for these assessments, though. Question everything, and besides that, I don’t personally have anything that would be “clear proof” to demonstrate these claims, other than a telling of my stories; that is, from your perspective, since you’re not in my mind and probably haven’t personally had these experiences with them. You go ahead and try these out for yourselves, if you feel like it. Also, this list won’t include the typical “mainstream” and widely known as co-opted ones, nor those that I’ve not personally come to experience or interact with yet.

So, the list thus far… – an extremely shit website, from a moral perspective. Alternatively, I may have come across a pathetic “admin”, and others on the site may potentially not be as bad. My experience with it has been on the note of creating an account, after having been recommended the site by someone who’s interested (or, again, at least seems interested thus far) in liberty, anarchy and so on. As soon as I posted a link in their chat, to the article that I have in the “useful links” tab, it didn’t take more than one or two minutes to have the account banned for an indeterminate period, with some petty admin “warmly” welcoming me with the generic bullshit fake-ass welcome message, before then proceeding to “warn” me. I then rightly wanted to angrily respond, but then a message popped up saying that a payment is due, for the option to respond to one’s own fuckin’ private messages.

Thus, I decided to potentially cause them some damage in terms of clientele, by starting a list of companies that claim to actually be interested in liberty, anarchy and so on, but which, in my experience with them, are either (partially or entirely) inept, dishonest or/and outright liars in that regard. – A not as shitty website as the former, but which still has some issues. There are some people on there that perhaps many would consider “decent”, the course itself is decently well made, the information and work opportunities they present, as well as the company marketing offer they have is, again, “decent”. However, the course in my case was 4500 euros/dollars (they’re currently have roughly the same bullshit make-believe market “value”; all money is bullshit, but that’s another topic). I and one of the heads of the company, richard grove (the other is joshua hale), agreed that I would pay half of that sum and have access to the course, and the rest afterwards if everything about it and the community was as advertised.

An invoice for 2500 came, which seemed suspicious, but I was willing to give them the benefit of the doubt, seeing as how they claimed to actually be interested in liberty (and to some extent, they still seem as such, even if in a hindered way because they still believe in “money” – it’s one thing to use it as a tool, while also doing something to contribute to our species overcoming the belief in it; and another to actually propagate that bullshit belief in it – and likewise because they seem, upon writing this, keen on promoting AI and all that bullshit; technology isn’t a problem, nor is magick, when used as tools for growth, but when used as a crutch it becomes a hindrance).

Then, throughout the interactions I had with them and (some of) the community, it became relatively clear that the course, while it did have some pertinent information regarding why school sucks and that it’s an indoctrination camp (which should be obvious for anyone to see, with or without knowing the history of how “public schooling” came about, and why it’s evil in its design), the course itself then turned into 10% useful, if obvious information, and then a 40% marketing course that tells you how to psychologically manipulate the undeveloped egos of the gullible to increase sales, and then 50% marketing and “motivation” for potentially opting to work for them (mostly doing copywriting and customer support), buy their offers for your business, or promote it to others as an affiliate.

So, for 4500$, you get a run of the mill bullshit marketing course (bullshit from a moral perspective and others, as it used psychological exploitation, even though it unfortunately may be effective in our current so-called “society”), which also doubles as an ad, with a sprinkling of decently pertinent information that you can get anywhere on the internet, if you have any patience or aptitude to scour the internet.

Also, many of the ones in that community (again, that I’ve personally encountered, before my account was banned from the discord channels) seem to have a herd or cult mentality, which seems to actually be promoted, which is bullshit in itself, but then it’s also promoted rather excessively.

Of course, I posted stuff about spirituality, morality, honesty, defiance, creativity, courage and so on and so forth, also why covid is a scam, etc. Hardly anyone “frowned” in relation to that, which was a good sign, although as soon as I started criticizing the course, the people running it, the community (and doing it all the more, as they displayed either more cult-like behaviour, censorship, or fake-ass bullshit), it gradually went from an initially “friendly” environment, to an indifferent one, to eventually having (some of) the community turning into a mob, soft-banning my account and eventually outright banning my account from their discord channels, where most of the community interactions take place, all while they put on a facade of “friendliness”, before then talking shit behind my back after my account was banned (which I found out from one of the decent people I’ve encountered there). 

Evidently, I didn’t pay the rest of the 2000$, although last I checked, I still have access to the course and each “season” of it on the actual site. Perhaps they thought, “well, he did pay over half the thing, so let’s at least keep his account’s access to the course related stuff”. So, they’re definitely not the worst people you’ll meet in your life, not just because of that, but for other reasons as well, yet they’re also currently far from what I’d consider, and what would actually be a truly worthy, honest and conscious individuals, etc.

Of course, anyone can elevate themselves when they so choose.

Anyway, among other things…

“Creator” and “Creation” consciousness are not “separate”. They are both I and We and Me, infinite and unlimited consciousness, manifesting in different ways, and veyond the concept of “ways”.

Everything is always a choice, and the choice is always ours to make.

Always and veyond ways, I wildly, loudly and proudly persist, rebel, defy.

Always and veyond ways, I and we are all and always and veyond ways, infinite and unlimited freedom, liberty, defiance, soul and spirit, courage, care and love, imagination, will and intent, infinity, unlimitedness and veyond… among other things…