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Did you know that people who were born on March 9 of leap years or March 10 of common years are like giant ovens: they diligently study various philosophical, religious, psychological, scientific, and cultural systems only in order to "burn" it all later, saying: "This is nonsense"? Also, did you know that they can get anyone drunk, that is - bring anyone to the state of alcoholism?
Hence the question: are you sure that you know people, whom you think you know as your own self? Yes, of course, you know them, if we take wordplay into account. You really do know them, like you know yourself - that is: just as badly! You know your own and other people's masks and roles, but that is all. You do not believe this? Then, listen to this book and hear for yourself! This book is for those people who are fed up with "horoscopism", who are tired of listening to nonsense about themselves and other people from psychologists or their "all-knowing" relatives, friends, and acquaintances. It will help you save not just some time in your life, but your whole life, because otherwise you will spend your entire life on something that is a priori impossible. And, it is impossible not because you are idiots, but because Homo sapiens cannot fully know themselves and other people without an external (and, most importantly, objective) source. Perhaps that is the reason why humanity was left "factory instructions" to each one of us - the Catalog of Human Population!
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By Amber on 01-04-18
I WANT MY MONEY BACK
INSERT UNHAPPY FACE: You know that feeling you get after you realize you've just been scammed and taken for your money, that's how I feel right now. Two full hours of how we're all robots being controlled. Throughout the book they are constantly referring to the Catalog of human population, in which if you go to their website you have to pay money to find out any information about. I'm talking about paying THOUSANDS of dollars to find out horoscope-like information. When they finally did start talking about March birthdays they oddly skipped around dates and constantly mentioned how this was a short description and would refer you to the Catalog of human population. They kept using examples from other months to fill the pages of their book, which leads me to believe they didn't have a lot of information on March birthdays to begin with. Also every time something new was discussed it was brought up how this was not the book that they are going to talk about this in. I think their goal was to use certain language and confuse you enough that you don't question what they are saying because you don't even know where to begin.
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