Why I'm Destined to Become the Richest Man in the World -- for Good
Date: Sunday, November 17, 2013 @ 22:23:06 EST
Sterling David Allan (pesn.com) writes: "Yes, I'm involved in what is sure to be the next huge thing: exotic free energy roll-out worldwide, but that's only part of the reason why I believe I'll become the richest man in the world. And it's not about ego, but about lifting others to also be successful in filling their God-ordained missions in life.
I know; that's quite the precocious story title, and it's sure to evoke quite a
few snickers and snarls, especially since in the 11½ years that I've been running this
exotic free energy news and networking service, I've had the "donations" hat out quite often.
Even now, we still need the augmentation of donations to get by.
So what makes me say that I'm destined to be the richest man in the world, and
to say it with conviction? Why would I make such a statement at this time? Of
course, some of you think that obvious answer to that is that I'm completely out
of touch with reality..."
The rest of this mind boggling article: http://pesn.com/2013/11/14/9602386_Why-Im-Destined-to-Become-the-Richest-Man-in-the-World--for-Good/
[Vlad] - I have to admit that, I could not read the entire article. Not just because I don't believe in numerology, Bible prophecies, etc., but mostly because it became clear to me this is the kind of tragic situation I suspected years ago (when he first attempted to run for the Presidency of the United States based on similar numerology and Bible prophecy arguments), that it will catch up with Sterling, sooner or later .
Sterling is a hard working, smart & talented writer, and a good guy at the core but, his huge ego and greed (constant obsession with control & money) could not coexist with his religious beliefs and genuine desire to be a hero, a new-energy Messiah and save the world from itself. His personality was torn apart and I believe there is a psychiatric term for that. I wish some good mental health professionals take the time and read his magnum opus, and are able to help him quickly.
Sterling, did you read the comments? Max summarized them very well: "Ah, the latest installment in Sterling's slow march toward madness." For God's sake man, take this down quickly, and realize there are many people you will hurt and disappoint; modesty is the medicine you need to take a lot and, trust me, it is sweet not bitter! Best of luck to you and your family. ^V^