The appointment of George Mentz ― who also writes under the pen name "Magus Incognito" ― to the Commission on Presidential Scholars was announced last Wednesday in a White House press release. [...]
Mentz's author page on Amazon suggests that he is a prolific writer, with more than 60 titles to his name. That includes works with titles like "The Law of Attraction & Prosperity Bible -- The Illuminati Wealth Manifesto & Codex" and "The Illuminati Handbook -- The Path of Illumination and Ascension."
In a 2013 book by "Magus Incognito" called "Rosicrucian and Masonic Spirituality & Secrets -- The Handbook," Mentz tells readers the book's teachings "can propel the initiate into the 4th dimension of existence on this Earth." [...]
Mentz attended law and business school in Louisiana and now lives in Colorado Springs, where he owns the Global Academy of Finance and Management. For $378, the company awards certifications to individuals who can then list official-sounding titles and acronyms after their names. (The certifications are "valid" for two years and then "members" must renew them annually.) At least 118 such titles are listed on the GAFM website, including "Certified Chartered FinTech Professional (ChFP)," "Master Business Analyst (MBA)" and "Registered Islamic Financial Specialist (RIFS)."
It's unclear what qualifications applicants must demonstrate in order to obtain the certifications.
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I certain weekly HBO show had a similarly insane and riveting story about the weather last Sunday.
I'm getting anger fatigue.
But wait, it gets better! Mr. Incognito also writes books on "German Spirituality" and "Frankonian Virtues" and "Rhineland Mysticism" that are "a must for any person of European descent! Now I know what you're thinking: that sounds kinda Nazi-like, right? Or at least Nazi-adjacent? Well surprise: it totally is.
Magnus Incognito was always one of my favorite Transformers.
Sign I saw at a rally that sums it up:
"This episode of Black Mirror sucks"
This article by the Denver Post does some solid digging on the topic, and provides excellent original sourcing.
Step 1/ Publish some bullshit about the laws of attraction
Step 2/ Push it to the elite over $5000/ plate luncheons
Step 3/ Profit
Why the fuck didn't I think of that? It's so obvious, critical thinking is not a prerequisite for attaining wealth and power...