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I Am A Post Office, It’s Your Call!!!

The other day, Claude mentioned that probably the best chance we have of high-level marketing and merchandising success in this marketplace would be my leggings, and I’m working tonight to get something together for a sales crew.

I’ve also gotten a large number of U.S. Postage Stamps up, but we can expect about a week’s delay in getting them approved by the Post Office — they review every stamp that comes through, and may or may not approve mine, based on I’m not sure what standards, except for the obvious. Continue reading



You’re in Prosperity Virtual Ashram in Second Life, and you’re on your way to some event, but problem is, you don’t know where that event is. Or, alternately, you’re in the Ashram and you want to find all the cool places to go. As you’ll soon see, I’ve been extraordinarily busy in the Ashram since The Shift. No problem locating them; I have a solution for you — merely go into Second Life and follow the links given below. You can copy & paste them into your Second Life address line, if you know how to find the address line at the top of the page. If you need help with this, ask for help. If you can’t ask for help, overcome ego. Continue reading

How Does Bilocation Work?

Bilocation is really very simple to understand and, with the Prosperity Path system, even easier to use and master. Matter that is unobserved acts as a wave. Once its speed or location is known, it behaves like a particle, and if it’s ever, ever going to be under observation, it behaves like a particle even before the observation begins. Secondly, matter that is unobserved and acting like a wave can be in several very separate and distant places at once without losing its identity. So long as you remain unobserved and unmeasured, you can do the same, and I can prove it to you in a matter of minutes, and will, at the next Prosperity Path Convention, Labor Day Weekend upcoming. Now, Bilocation is your friend, your ally…I’ll explain further how it works…

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