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Polaris Global moves closer to their $cientology masters.

I couldn't believe the latest post on the polaris global facebook page.--"Shane Krider speaking to attendees of Influence Live 2014 in Denver, Colorado. Fantastic content on the cutting edge of science, quantum physics, the holographic universe, energy fields and vibration"  

We really are getting into the pseudo science claptrap as preached by L. Ron Hubbard founder of the $cientology cult. I pity the poor few suckers who paid their hard earned cash to listen to such rubbish. The event was held in Krider's own living room, a far cry from the upmarket venues of past times. The few attendees (suckers) didn't include some of the former "top earners" and "six figure earners", who fleeced the gullible in Australia for the past couple of years. I suspect they are in hiding, especially the likes of Pauline O'Halloran and Bettina Evert in Melbourne.

I sincerely doubt if Krider knows anything about quantum physics, and am extremely confident that his wife knows even less. But of course that won't stop then pretending. Beware of scams, scammers and their lies. Keep a tight hold of your hard earned money because once it's gone it won't come back.

 

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