Secret Societies are REAL !

United States
October 19, 2007 11:11am CST
Yes, it is true. I know because I have been invited to join one! They have promised to teach me how to: Control anyone Beat any opponent Render others helpless Be more intelligent Make everyone be my friend Make all my relationships more fullfilling Constantly be armed against deception ... And you get the idea! Wow, they say I was chosen because my profile indicates I possess many exceptional rare qualities that make me an ideal candidate. What a coincidence! My wife chose me for her husband for the same reasons! To help you be on the look out for this scam, know this. The letter came from Ohio zip code 43123 and they want me to send my application to Deleware zip code 19905. Be sure to read the letter before you throw it away. It is a hoot and is 8 pages long. So, do you think I just made the biggest mistake of my life? They say if you tell anybody about the invitation you are disqualified. :-( Have you ever received a similar invite? Would you accept?
7 people like this
14 responses
@anniepa (27238)
• United States
19 Oct 07
Shame on you...you're now disqualified from receiving any more of these exclusive invitations! Don't you WISH??? I've gotten some pretty strange letters but I've gotten into the habit of simply tossing them into the "circular file" without opening. By the way, I forgot to compliment you on your names for the political parties...not too shabby! Annie
2 people like this
• United States
19 Oct 07
Thanks, but I can only take 1/2 credit on the political party names. I saw dumbocrat elsewhere on the net. However, I did come up with retardican on my own.
2 people like this
@theprogamer (10539)
• United States
19 Oct 07
What the!? I told them NOT to invite anyone on mylot! No one! Let me call my secretary! "Hello Ruth?" "Cancel those invites!" "Oh and void the checks to the dissident groups in Iran, South America and Central Africa." "I'll be having the salmon for lunch too" "Thanks." There Red, now no one will bother you ******************** XD Man o man, I've never received anything like you described. Sounds rather creepy. For all you know there is a secret cult but they aren't getting you to join, they just want to beat you up and do x,y,z to you -_-
2 people like this
• United States
19 Oct 07
See post #2. I think she actually received the exact same invite.
3 people like this
@Netsbridge (3242)
• United States
19 Oct 07
"To control anyone" and "render others helpless"? I tell you; the things people will do to get power and feel worthwhile!
• United States
19 Oct 07
Yes, if only they had offered me these secrets while I was still single and before they gave those secrets to my wife.
3 people like this
@Wingedman (238)
• United States
19 Oct 07
It sounds like and invitation to that cult organization know as the Democratic Party. Good Luck with that, don't forget your robe, Kool-aid and compulsory monetary contribution.
• United States
19 Oct 07
That this group might be a wing of either the dumbocrats or the retardicans would not surprise me one bit.
3 people like this
@speakeasy (4215)
• United States
19 Oct 07
Gee, you are making me feel left out! I have never received one of these letters. (I wouldn't accept if I did.)
1 person likes this
• United States
19 Oct 07
Well, when you sign up somewhere that causes you to fit a profile of likely suckers, they you'll get one just like I did.
2 people like this
• United States
20 Oct 07
You must be a brave man, it's an honor to know you, I don't know if that was the same group that offered me an invitation, but I turned them down, could be the Illuminati, you were chosen to be among the few people, you must have a big influence on us all. I read your post and can see why they would select you, don't join them, you will regret it.
2 people like this
• United States
20 Oct 07
"It's an honor to know you." I feel the same towards you. My friend request will be on its way shortly.
2 people like this
@drannhh (15227)
• United States
21 Oct 07
That is almost as good as those most important people scams they used to send to all the college students telling them they were selected to have their biographies printed in some book and they are supposed to fill out an application and if they are dumb enough to do that then the company tries to sell them the book. I don't even remember the name of that outfit, but they were such pests. My students would always be bringing them to show me and asking, "Do you think this is real?" Uh, no...
1 person likes this
• United States
21 Oct 07
You've given me a great idea. The university should send out the scam invites to be in the book. Then all students who respond are denied their diplomas for being too dumb.
1 person likes this
@drannhh (15227)
• United States
21 Oct 07
ROFLMAO. Now I know why I wasn't in administration very long. I would have done exactly that! Actually, I did that gig for quite a while...it just seemed like such a short time.
@EvanHunter (4028)
• United States
3 Feb 08
Well I am very dissapointed in you red, after all I sponsored you! Just kidding. Dont worry by rejecting them you have just been automatically accepted into atleast a half a dozen other secret societies...lol.
• United States
3 Feb 08
Oh... NOOOOOO ! Secret societies so secret they don't even tell you that you are a member!
@twoey68 (13651)
• United States
3 Feb 08
I'd say your allright as long as they don't ask you to start drinking "special koolaid" LOL I've never received the invite your referring to but I have gotten several from Nigerian's asking me to send them a small (thousands of dollars) deposit and they would tell me where to get a trunk full of money that they need claimed DUH...I don't think so. **AT PEACE WITHIN** ~~STAND STRONG IN YOUR BELIEFS~~
1 person likes this
• United States
3 Feb 08
I have not received a 'Nigerian' email in quite some time. Maybe they are giving up on me?
@Debs_place (10525)
• United States
25 Oct 07
Darn ...I did not get the letter...Boo-hoo! and I thought you were going to tell us how to do all of these things...I am now so sad!!!
1 person likes this
• United States
25 Oct 07
Post #4 does contain explanations for how to accomplish each of the listed objectives. WARNING: The poster claims he will send a bill of $300 to all who read his directions on how to obtain these great powers.
1 person likes this
@xfahctor (14128)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
24 Oct 07
Curses!, and I just threw away my tin foil hat! Just when I thought I could stop sitting in the middle of my living room wearing it watching repeated Alex Jones videoa and educating myself on the propper defense against such things. I haven't gotten my letter but I think they saw me scoping out the fema camp at lake francise, I may have blown my cover....abort mission, reapeat cover blown, abort mission.
1 person likes this
• United States
24 Oct 07
Well, don't feel too bad. I'm sure I got the letter because of something somewhere I said or did that indicates I'm gullible. I'm thinking maybe I received the letter because I signed up at the WEEKLY WORLD NEWS web site. Perhaps they send the letter to everyone who signs up looking for the ones who think it is a real newspaper.
1 person likes this
@Lindalinda (4112)
• Canada
21 Oct 07
What will they think of next! and you passed up an opportunity like that. It is totally amazing how many different scams are floating around. I guess you turned them down because of your many exeptional and rare qualities. Good for you.
• United States
21 Oct 07
"I guess you turned them down because of your many exeptional and rare qualities." That's pretty good. If you truely are the kind of person we are looking for, you wouldn't have us! Reminds me of when Mensa raised their membership fee. Someone wrote, "Considering the benefits of belonging, if you pay the membership fee, you have disqualified yourself.".
1 person likes this
@praveenjena (1305)
• India
20 Oct 07
don't know how much true they are... i have never been invited before and have never been joind any.
• United States
20 Oct 07
The "secret" of secret societies is to form your own. I'm thinking of starting one where anyone who pays me $1,000,000 gets to join. Nah... make that $10,000,000. For your money you get to sleep at night while resting assurred and confident you have made me a happy person. That' worth it!
1 person likes this
@meanangel (167)
• United States
20 Oct 07
I got that same letter on thursday. Let's just say it is now lining my kitty litter box. Anyone who sends you a letter out of the blue saying you have the qualities they desire are full of crap. I do believe in the paranormal but I don't believe that someone several states away could know anything about you besides what they can find on a profile such as the one provided my mylot. I also got a chain letter telling me to send a dollar to six people and ask them to put me on their mailing list to make it legal and I would get money back enough to make me rich. The catch was I could not tell friends or family. I like to know what I am getting into before I sign up for anything.
1 person likes this
• United States
20 Oct 07
I have not thrown mine away yet in case I had to prove it was real after making this post. I guess enough other people got the same letter that I could turn my letter into litter, too. Who knows, maybe next time I'll get a letter from Nigeria. Then I'll get rich for sure.
1 person likes this
• United States
19 Oct 07
Yes I have been invited also, how strange we all prossess exceptionally rare qualities =) My husband and I got a good laugh out of the booklet and the crazy $300 fee for the next manuel. That is such a scam!
1 person likes this
• United States
19 Oct 07
Do you remember where they pointed out it was first class mail, not bulk 3d class? It was presort 1st class which is a type of 1st class bulk mail! I once was a mail carrier.
2 people like this