Avatar's highest wisdom: you are full of Entities
The very secret Wizard Course is Avatar's top-course. You can't get higher than this (pun intended).
"The Hindus call it the divine ground; the Buddhists call it absolute reality; the Christians call it God."
"This is essentially the message of Christ and, with apology to Bible fundamentalists, is the real teaching in the story of Christ's ascension and resurrection."
In the last part of the "Wiz" the biggest secret of this universe (and every other universe for that matter) is being revealed. Finally the time has come for us earthlings to know. Finally we are ready to understand what life is all about. Now, hold your breath; this is it :
Everyone carries countless
Souls of the Deceased in his body...
Harry's Haunted House!
Huh? That's it? Yes, dear reader, that's it. This secret wisdom will prevent the certain disaster Earth is heading for, because these (also alien) souls inside us are the cause of all misery, ranging from "inner conflicts to multiple personality disorders to mass political aberrations
After a lot of spiritual research, while bobbing in a float tank
, Mr. Palmer discovered that expressions like "Souls of the Deceased", "Spirits of the Dead", "Disembodied Beings", and "Possessive Spirits" don't sell well.
So He renamed them "Entities"
To get rid of these Entities an amazing procedure to exorcize them all was developed. This (bastardized) procedure is very secret, so secret that low-level Avatar-addicts don't even now it exists. Among those are many who have been hooked on milder flavors of the Avatar drug for years.
A free preview of Avatar's top-level exorcism teachings, including the full "Possessive Spirit Exorcism Procedure", is available in the section How to exorcize
. Here you will discover how Avatar Wizards try to get rid of their Entities.
Thanks to Dutch Law
and the internet you don't have to pay $12,500 (2007) to Star's Edge International for it. Star's Edge is Mr. Palmer's for-profit corporation solely owned by him, it's incorporated (registered) in the tax-friendly state of Delaware while located in the state of Florida. Why is that Mr. Palmer?