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by Congress:Founder:Sterling D. Allan

Pure Energy Systems News

January 31, 2016 1:00 GMT, with updates

Damn, I got scammed again.

Yesterday, I posted this story:

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Directory:Spirituality > Quest > Article: Evoking the Repentance Clause of Prophecy > SCAM: Directory:Elena from Lyamina, Tyumen region, Russia [BOGUS PHOTOS] - Elena, a 28-year-old, athlete, RN from Lyamina, Tyumen region, Russia, is willing to serve as my partner for the Isa. 66:5 appearance of the Lord, that wakes up the planet in a day -- a global consciousness shift -- to turn away destruction and captivity so verse 4 doesn't happen: "I will bring their fears upon them." (PESWiki January 30, 2016)

And today, I posted this story, which I composed three days ago:

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Directory:Fundraisers / Directory:Spirituality > Quest > Article: Evoking the Repentance Clause of Prophecy > Directory:Elena from Lyamina, Tyumen region, Russia > SCAM: Going to Russia to do Isa. 66:5 Appearance of the Lord Experience [BOGUS PHOTOS] - I’m planning to travel to Russia ASAP to stay for at least a month, to prepare with Elena from Lyamina (near Surgut) to have the Isa. 66:5 appearance of the Lord that wakes up the planet to avert the tribulation to which we are headed as a society. Minimum: $2.2k for flight, passport renewal (full), and visa. (GoFundMe January 31, 2016)

Then, I got a call from Ryan from Alberta who said, "You are definitely being scammed. I fell for the same scam. Ended up getting ripped out of $3,000. I'll send you a link to a site where you can post the photos she's been sending you, and I guarantee people will recognize her photos and post others."

After I hung up from talking to Ryan, I did a reverse image search (all you have to do is drag and drop an image from your computer into the Google Image search bar), and sure enough, I found a scam site that had one of the identical images that "Elena" had sent me yesterday, and two she hasn't sent. Definitely the same lady. It wasn't easy to find that site. I did a reverse image search on about 10 images which came up with null results. But then I found this identical match, with two additional images she hasn't sent me yet.

: http://anti-scam.de/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1447489140

And now that I see this, I have to note several other things that make sense now.

The time zone problem. She is supposedly from the Surgut region, but that time zone is GMT-5, and I typically get her emails at what would be 4:30 am in that time zone. Two days ago she said she has just sent a message before her Internet Cafe closed down at 10 pm. WHAT?

In all her emails over the past two weeks, she's never posted anything spiritual that she originated. If she really was in line with my quest, she would have posted spiritual stuff. This has nagged at me.

She has never gave me her last name, though I asked for it half a dozen times.

I can see why she would pretend that her phone doesn't work. A vocal conversation would most likely immediately expose that she's not who is shown in the images.

Thanks Ryan, for alerting me to this.

I wonder who this lady really is: both the one in the photo, and the one claiming to be the one in the photo. What are they really like? What kind of person would run a hoax like this, building up hope on a false pretext, then reel in some money from someone who is just barely surviving and willing to risk it all for a dream, then disappear. On a personality disorder (sociopath), this is pretty close to a 1 on a 10-point scale.

More importantly, I wonder if anything will ever come of this quest I'm on other than one led down after another. I might be up for an award for the number of times I've gotten back up after falling down. I'm an expert at falling. Sheesh.

And I"m sure you guys can't help but wonder how significant a parallel there is between my quest to find a lady for this Isa. 66:5 appearance, and my quest to bring exotic free energy to market. I'm a sucker to believe people, overlooking what to others are obvious red flags. Why am I wired this way? Do I really enjoy being wrong so much? Sheesh.

I would have purchased a plane ticket to Russia (so I could get visa asap, to turn away planetary meltdown by evoking the repentance clause through the appearance of the Lord event to get the world's attention to repent) had I not been There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1], so I thought I could trust him.

A friend, who is involved with one of the Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies, runner up, commiserated:

: But there many genuine girls from that part of the world that would do it if meant to get also american status.

I replied:

: That's why I get scammed. I would rather err on the side of believing what's real, than to never risk and never believe -- and never achieve the impossible dream.

He responded:

: If was impossible, I am sure you would not have started. Difficult or tough, yes and you know we are specialists in achieving a tough dream...................

Meanwhile, another Top 5 contender, Hector Guevara of Directory:NuEnergy Technologies Corp wrote:

: Yes Sterling, I read about that on today's posting. I am sorry that you are having these experiences. Perhaps there is a "silver lining" there somewhere... Hey, remember hearing about how Babe Ruth would walk away from the mound with a big smile on his face, after have struck out. One day a journalist asked him, "Why are you smiling Babe, you just stuck out"? Babe Ruth smiled, looked at the journalist and said, "Because I know that I am that much closer to my next home run"!!!

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Photos on Anti-Scam.de Site that

http://anti-scam.de/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1447489140

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Similar Stories Among Us

Out $4400

Jan. 31

In addition to Ryan from Alberta, Canada, here is another account from a free energy proponent in Europe:

: Dear Sterling,

: I was happy as you were happy and therefor I would not disturb your dreams, but I have had the same experience with a woman, so-called from Malaysia and she has cost me some $4400.

: I was mailed by somebody else from Holland, who she also has sent her photos and mails, and he found my address and contacted me, so I stopped immediately with contacting her. She was a very attractive woman….. Later I contacted this man again and he told me it has become a never ending story in asking money, again and again. I could write a book over this whole story…..

: Good luck with all this stuff of frustration.

Being hit up by same girl as you

Feb. 1, 2016 Marty writes:

: Hi Sterling. I'm glad I came across this posting. Ekaterina (the name I know her as) has sent me mostly the same pictures you received, as well as the same story line. The salt story especially is a dead on match. The timeline is the same as well. Good luck in your search for happiness sir, it has to be out there somewhere for trusting men such as ourselves.

In "Elena"s last post to me, she signed her name "Ekaterina". Before that, she had said that was her friend's name.

In the News

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Directory:Spirituality > Quest > Article: Evoking the Repentance Clause of Prophecy > Directory:Elena from Lyamina, Tyumen region, Russia > Article: Damn, Scamed Again: "Elena" Photos on Scam Site - Ryan, who has been scammed $3k by this Russian bride thing, called me to urgently warn me that “Elena” is definitely a scammer. I did a reverse image search and eventually found “her” image on the Anti-Scam.de website: two images she hasn’t sent me, and one she did. (PESWiki January 31, 2016)
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