Secrets You Aren't Supposed
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What's in the Secrets Package?
You Aren't Supposed to Know - A Book of Secrets
99 Lies - Another Book of Secrets
A Survival Guide for Interesting Times
Signs of Lying and How to Trap a Liar
Money Saving Secrets
How to Beat a Lie Detector Test
Low-cost fast-profit businesses. (Survival Guide for Interesting
24 ways to save on gasoline. (Money Saving Secrets)
What pupils say about a person's thoughts. (You Aren't Supposed
Which words subliminally motivate people. (You Aren't Supposed
How to "over accuse" to get a confession. (Lying)
Insider secrets of treasure hunting. (You Aren't Supposed
How to survive a plane crash? (Survival Guide for Interesting
The true purpose of an "open house. (99 Lies)
How to tell a forced smile from a natural one? (Lying)
Get paid to be a human guinea pig. (Survival Guide for Interesting
Berry that stops age-related mental decline in rats. (You
Aren't Supposed to Know)
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The Secrets Package
One good idea can make a book worth the price, right? Owning
this package is like having the most useful parts of sixty books
laid out in front of you. In a few minutes, you can start considering
how to use these secrets to change your life. Here is some of
what you'll get.
1. You Aren't Supposed to Know - A Book of Secrets
Learn subliminal persuasion techniques - They'll happily
do what you want. Convince employers to hire you. Get people
to help you. Use secret words, body language and more.
How to get information - Find a long lost friend, learn
about the new boss before he interviews you, find anyone using
phone pretexts, free investigative tools and more.
Hypnotic writing - I quadrupled the sign-ups for my
newsletters by applying these techniques. How will you use them?
(It's not all about business.)
Get the "real" news - Some news never makes
it to CNN or the networks, or shows up months or years after
the fact. But you can get it today once you know how.
Read Minds - People's pupils get bigger when they like
what they see or think about what they like (try it in
a mirror). You'll learn how to use that to get into their minds.
Develop your intuition
Be more creative
Zero-down real estate investing
Instant motivation secrets
Tricks credit card companies play on you
How to fix your credit report
Make your business more profitable
How to get free things
How to improve your memory
67 ways to lose weight
Alice in Wonderland?
- Buy the book and at the bottom of Chapter 1 you'll see
an excerpt lifted straight from a CIA interrogation manual, describing
the "Alice in Wonderland" technique. I hesitated to
include such a manipulative method, but this is a book
of secrets. Fortunately, you'll also find more ethical ways to
influence people and get information.
Latest Pages on the Site
How to Find People - Newly updated on December
6, 2013 - You will have your own reasons for tracking someone
down. Maybe a guy owes you some money, or an ex-spouse took your
coin collection. You could be adopted and want to find your biological
parents. Or perhaps you just want to locate an old friend that
you lost touch with over the years. Whatever your motivations
are, you could hire a private investigator, but that can be costly.
Fortunately you can find people more easily than ever thanks
A Fair Price and Your Price - November 15, 2013
- What is the "right" price to pay for something and
should we all pay the same price? Is it fair for a business to
charge some people more for a product or service than they charge...
Behavioral Economics and Subliminal Manipulation
- October 25, 2013 - The science of economics (to the extent
that it can be called a science) is at its core a study of human
behavior. Economies are simply the result of ... Continue
How to Survive a Gunfight - Your first inclination
might be to run away when bullets start flying. But unless you
have already determined that to be the best plan, get low instead.
Drop to the floor or ground and get behind something thick if
possible. If you cannot, squat down with knees up in front and
pull your arms into your sides. This helps protect your heart
and lungs in the event that you are shot. Immediately start...
(From Chapter 9 of A Survival Guide for Interesting Times.)
Want to beat the casino? I used to run a roulette table.
One of my favorite players was a quiet guy who always bet the
same number, and kept winning! Months later I met him and learned
exactly $80,000 in sixteen months of part-time play. The whole
story, including his betting system, is in the e-book.
You'll learn how politicians hide the truth (the specific
techniques), so you can protect yourself from being manipulated.
Would you like to create a new identity? That's covered
Are you are being bugged? You'll learn how to know.
You can see the value here, so don't miss this opportunity.
You Aren't Supposed to Know is hundreds of pages long
by itself, and comes with five other books. Of course it's not
the quantity of information, but the quality that matters. I
once paid $80 for a 76-page e-book and the information in it
made me thousands of dollars--glad I didn't pass up that
opportunity. If you're anything like me, you probably already
make it a habit to learn important secrets that others don't
know. Why not continue the process, and order now?
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I enjoyed it immensely. I've now rediscovered Your "Secrets"
ebook. The one I bought a few months ago, but lost track of on
my computer. It's a joy. Thank you for that, too. - Albert W
2. 99 Lies - Another Book of Secrets
It probably wouldn't
surprise you to learn that government officials, doctors, businesses,
and reporters are lying to you. They do it for profit, control,
votes, or ego. Friends and family even lie "for your own
good" (or they think they are telling the truth). With this
book you'll start to see through the lies. In fact, learning
the truth covered in Lie # 1 will save you ten times the price
of this whole package.
Some lies exist because we like simple solutions to complex
problems--a desire that can cost an individual and society a
fortune. An example? See Lie # 3. (People will wonder where you
learn these secrets.) But let me warn you that lies we tell ourselves
are covered too, so if it bothers you to see your own lies revealed,
avoid this book. On the other hand, if you want to see through
all dishonesty and grow in wealth and personal power as
a result, this is a book for you.
3. A Survival Guide for Interesting Times
Survive everything from a pay cut to wars, political tyranny
and natural disasters. The variety of circumstances and preparations
covered will surprise you. You'll discover how to...
yourself for economic survival.
Develop alternate streams of income.
Deal with rough times.
Get money quickly.
Find the best survival jobs.
Start a low-risk, low-investment survival business.
Prepare for epidemics, wars, tyranny and...
Prepare your BOB (bug out bag).
Prepare a BOV and BOL.
Protect assets in legal and other ways...
Make secret stashes.
Survive a car chase.
Get past security fences.
Find food during anarchy.
Hold gold, silver and other money alternatives.
Survive a dog attack.
Disguise yourself and disappear.
Protect yourself from air contamination.
Survive a gunfight.
Escape ropes, flexicuffs, kidnappers, and plane crashes.
Survive in the wild almost anywhere on the planet.
4. Money Saving Secrets
You'll learn 500 ways to save money on almost
everything, including where to get free or cheap dental
x-rays, books and legal advice. But what really sets this book
apart is Part One, where you'll learn how to be an opportunist,
develop money-saving habits, defend yourself in the marketplace,
and more. You can spend 30% less on groceries, vacation for half-price,
and get more for your money in almost every area of life. You
won't find another money-saving book like this one.
What's "Weber's law," "regret aversion"
and "refusal to book losses?" Discover the truth about
subliminal sales techniques that are used on you - and what to
do about it. (By the way, we need to be sold, so don't hold it
against them. A salesman's job is to sell. Ours is to learn how
to be sold the right things.)
5. Signs of Lying and How to Trap a Liar
Would you like to spot a lie, prevent lies, trap a liar
and get a confession? Imagine how useful that might be.
You'll learn 30 indications of a lie, what micro-expressions
are, how an "implied defense" is used to lie, what
to watch for in person's initial reaction to a question, how
to spot a "forced" smile, how casually introducing
false information helps catch a liar (I learned this little trick
from a border guard), general interrogation techniques and more.
6. How to Beat a Lie Detector Test
Do you want to pass a polygraph test? Well don't count on
your innocence to do it! And it isn't a just matter of just passing
or failing, as you'll learn in this important e-book. In fact,
it is better if you never take a polygraph exam, and one chapter
tells you how to avoid it (most scientists think it is based
on junk science at best). But if you have to take one, go right
to the chapters on countermeasures. Learn how to pass the exam,
what to say, who to have with you and more.
How Much Are These Secrets Worth?
Perhaps it's worth something to be the life of a conversation
with your new knowledge, but here are examples of more measurable
results from information in just one of the books in this package
(You Aren't Supposed to Know - A Book of Secrets):
- I showed my father how to search for lost accounts. He found
an insurance refund my mother was owed for years; they soon received
a check for almost $1,000.
- A $6 cure removed a precancerous growth from my skin in weeks,
after I had lived with it for years. You'll learn about this
and other health secrets.
- Eliminating credit card fees saved me hundreds over the years.
- I showed a friend how paying just the minimums on most of
his credit cards could save him hundreds in interest.
- I used some simple techniques of subliminal influence to
triple the number of subscribers to one of my newsletters.
It can be difficult to put a price on good information, but
$200 seems justified for any of the above secrets. Fortunately
you won't have to pay that much.
People do different things with information, and I can't promise
you'll make money, save money, lose weight, boost your IQ or
anything else. But if you don't find enough value in these hundreds
of pages of great information, you're entitled to a refund.
No Risk Guarantee
The things you'll learn from these books could easily be worth
ten times the price if you apply them. But don't take my word
for it. Order the package now, and if you don't think
you can benefit, just let me know within eight weeks. I'll refund
your money--no explanation needed. You can see the value, so
why not order today?
The Secrets Package
You Aren't Supposed to
Know - A Book of Secrets
99 Lies - Another Book
A Survival Guide for Interesting
Money Saving Secrets
Signs of Lying and How
to Trap A Liar
How to Beat a Lie Detector
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You read this far, so you have an interest in these powerful
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Worth a Look:
Disguise Yourself - Surveillance has become
the tool of choice for police monitoring gatherings of people,
so if you want to protest safely, disguise yourself. I just finished
reading... Continue reading
The Polygraph Test
- Most scientists now agree that polygraph "testing"
is junk science. In fact, John Larson, one of the pioneers of
polygraphic lie detection, says "I'm sorry I ever had any
part in it's development." The test is valued by governments
and others because it is useful for getting damaging admissions
from people, especially those who don't know that the test is
a sham. Unfortunately, the test is actually biased against the
truthful. This is because... (From Chapter 10; "How To Beat
A Lie Detector Test," in "You Aren't Supposed To Know.")
Loan Shark -
...asked me to borrow $1,000 many years ago. He said he needed
the money to "put a deal together," and could pay me
back $1,100 in a month, or $1,200 in two months. That sounded
good to me. I had saved up a couple thousand from my $4 per hour
job, and I knew the man well enough, I thought. He paid me back,
and a couple months later asked to borrow money again. I made
another hundred dollars. I liked this, so I... (Get the rest
of the story in Chapter 1 of "A Survival Guide for Interesting
How To get the Real News - ...in Ecuador, I was pleasantly surprised by the
quality of the news on CNN (the Cable News Network). It wasn't
the same broadcast I watched at home though. CNN International,
in case you didn't know, is the CNN that the rest of the world
sees, and it has a lot more news from everywhere. It is also
more balanced news, in my opinion. The executives know that most
Americans won't tolerate "in-depth" and "foreign"
news, so they entertain us with the dumbed-down... (From Chapter
4 of "You Aren't Supposed To Know.")
- ...If you and your husband both make a good living, and have
no children, why would you need life insurance? If either of
you will be just fine financially on your own, an insurance policy
is just gambling - a bet that pays off if the other dies. It
has to be bad bet as well, or the insurance companies would all
be broke... (From #36 in "99 Lies")
How To Survive A Gunfight - Your first inclination might be to run away when
bullets start flying. But unless you have already determined
that to be the best plan, get low instead. Drop to the floor
or ground and get behind something thick if possible. If you
cannot, squat down with knees up in front and pull your arms
into your sides. This helps protect your heart and lungs in the
event that you are shot. Immediately start... (From Chapter 9
of "A Survival Guide for Interesting Times.")
Are You Being Bugged?
- ...more private surveillance is happening as well. Often done
by amateurs, this is easier to detect. In either case, here are
some signs to watch for... Has the phone been moved or scratched?
A microphone in the handset is a common way to listen in not
only to phone calls, but to conversations in the room. Removing
the casing will usually reveal the bug... Have any meter-readers
or others spent more time than usual... (From Chapter 26; "Secrets
Of Spies," in "You Aren't Supposed To Know.")
Getting a Raise - Consider what you will say
and what you will do if the boss says no, or offers less than
you want. Will you wait and bring it up again in a couple months?
Will you look for other jobs? Can you risk mentioning this job
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