AMORC Whistleblower Pierre S. Freeman Offers Olive Leaf to Rosicrucian Imperator
Freeman Offers Suspending Next Book for Five Years in Exchange for Distribution Deal
NEW YORK, June 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Pierre S. Freeman, author of The Prisoner of San Jose and AMORC Unmasked, has recently been besieged by current and prospective members of AMORC (Ancient and Mystic Order of Rosae Crucis), reacting to his two books exposing the alleged mind control practices of the religious cult. In addition to these concerns, there have been signs that some high officials of AMORC have had their feathers ruffled by Freeman’s account of 26 years in the Order and the dark secrets he discovered.
Two years ago, Freeman had written an Open Letter to Christian Barnard about these methods. He was slightly peeved that the questions in his first letter had not been answered.
“But then I realized,” Freeman said, “Christian didn’t answer the letter because he was feeling the thrust of my efforts. I was flattered by his efforts and felt a twinge of compassion for his predicament. So, in a second letter, I offered him a solution to his undoubtedly painful apprehensions over the immanent release of my third book.”
“In it, I said- ‘Christian, I’m willing to delay the publication of my next book for five years- the one scheduled for release in 2015, an even more devastating critique than my previous books, if you do one simple thing… Procure a bulk quantity of both books at a special wholesale price that I provide and distribute them to each and every member of AMORC right now and to every new member within 30 days of their enrolling as a member in your Exalted Empire.’”
Sighing deeply, Pierre continued, “I pointed out how harmless it would all be- ‘As so many of your members seem to despise my books already, you really shouldn’t have any problem letting the rest of your members have a go at them… Maybe they will write me a whole bunch of nasty letters, further facilitating my decline from my humble throne as the most successful and comprehensive whistleblower in your kingdom to date, a poor, simple-minded Haitian who just couldn’t keep his mouth closed.”
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SOURCE Pierre S. Freeman