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AMORC Whistleblower Offers Olive Leaf to Rosicrucian Imperator

In a second open letter to AMORC’S imperial leader, author Pierre S. Freeman writes, “Christian Bernard, I am 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 those in The Prisoner of San Jose and AMORC Unmasked- if you do one simple thing…”

Freeman Offers Suspending Next Book for Five Years in Exchange for Distribution Deal

As one of the most vociferous critics of AMORC (Ancient Mystical Order Of Rosæ Crucis), an international self-proclaimed occult organization, Pierre S. Freeman, was recently startled when he learned of recent signs that some high officials, perhaps Christian Bernard, the Imperator himself, have had a few feathers ruffled by Freeman’s account of 26 years in the Order and the dark secrets he found about the Order’s methodology of conditioning their members to believe in the cosmic standing of their order and its virtual monopoly on the great truths of the Universe.

 

As the author of two books exposing the controversial teachings of AMORC, The Prisoner of San Jose and AMORC Unmasked, Freeman is now announcing that he has sent a second open letter to the Imperator, dramatically offering to suspend publication of his next full length expose for a period of five years in exchange for a specific distribution agreement regarding his two latest books.

 

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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), an international self-proclaimed occult organization, reacting in various ways to his two books exposing the mind control practices of the religious cult. One posting in a forum, written by an anxious foot soldier coming to the aid of the current leader of the Rosicrucian order, Christian Bernard, appeared to address my reminder that the title of their leader is Imperator, which is Latin for Emperor.

The concerned member said, I have no choice but to give a reply to those that are trying to downplay the spiritual position of our Venerated Imperator Christian Bernard. We, the members of AMORC, are not stupid. We know that ‘Imperator’ is (the) Latin word for ‘Emperor.’ We are proud to defend our Imperator and we are not ashamed of being considered the ‘Subject of the Imperator.’ After all, it is a privilege to serve and defend our Imperator-present and past. ‘

In addition to comments like this- emails, blogs and in forums by members, there have been also some recent signs that some high officials, perhaps Christian Bernard, the Imperator himself, have had a few feathers ruffled by Freeman’s account of 26 years in the Order and the dark secrets he found about the Order’s methodology of conditioning their members to believe in the cosmic standing of their order and its virtual monopoly on the great truths of the Universe. These secrets turned out to be a very powerful but subtle form of mind control.

“Of course,” Freeman, author of The Prisoner of San Jose and AMORC Unmasked, says, “I am pleased by finally realizing my message is getting out. And I do get the impression that certain members of the hierarchy would like me to close shop. But as everyone who knows me and the high value I attribute to my mission- that is not going to happen. Still, I am flattered by their desire to silence me, as it has made me aware of the potential impact my books might be having.”

Freeman, who, besides his books, had written an Open Letter to Christian Barnard, had, for a while, been slightly peeved that 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, just as now he probably would like to make my books disappear but his Rosicrucian magic is just not powerful enough. Still, I guess I am somewhat flattered by his efforts, but still, believe or not, I have begun to feel a twinge of compassion for his predicament, so I decided to write him a second letter, where I repeated the unanswered questions posed in my first letter. I know, by now, he is probably agonizing over the immanent release of my third book. So in my new letter, I also offer him a solution to the ensuing problems he will encounter when that book is released, as it is an even more powerful expose of the machinations of his order.

“In this letter, I said- ‘Christian Bernard, I am 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 those in The Prisoner of San Jose and AMORC Unmasked- 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, also known as the subject of the Imperator, within 30 days of their enrolling as a member in your Exalted Empire.’”

Sighing deeply, Pierre continued, “I wanted him to realize the almost total futility of my offer as to actually affecting his current membership. I pointed out- ‘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. Like your other foot soldiers, the majority of members will probably hate my books, too. 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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