The Science of Getting Rich


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This FREE, ready for download eBook is a practical manual intended for individuals whose most pressing need is for money; who wish to get rich first, and philosophize afterward. It is for those who have so far found neither the time, the means, nor the opportunity to study this matter in an in-depth manner, but who want results and are willing to take the scientific conclusions as a basis for action without going into all the processes by which those conclusions were reached. The plan of action that the reader will receive is a result of years of study, followed by the author's personal and practical application of a very specific philosophy that has been thoroughly tested and bears the supreme test of practical experiment: It works! If the reader wishes to reap the fruits of that philosophy in actual practice, the author recommends that the individual needs to read this eBook, and do exactly what he suggests. The author further states that those who practice his instructions will certainly get rich; and that the riches that they receive will be in exact proportion to how definitive their vision is, the immobility of their unchanging purpose, the steadiness of their faith, and the depth of their gratitude. He explicitly explains what he means in this FREE eBook. Download it now!

Juliane Star

This book is awesome! This gentleman in 1910 understood the law of attraction as a scientific law; something that our society as a whole doesn't understand yet. Imagine Louis Pasteur trying to explain invisible germs in his time. Talking about invisible things that can make you sick and how to avoid these invisible things and how to kill these invisible things. It takes an open mind to accept the concepts in this book.

André Aspen

The book in itself is interesting, but I also find it as a contradiction. It clearly states that you should open your mind and accept the formula as the truth. Fair enough, but when the author insists to preach his beliefs on me, I sort of find it hostile and lack of judgement. Mythical creatures named god, and continued references to the bible, which is not more than a fairy tale. The book start alright with a professional outlook, but after a while I get really tired of the preaching of his mythical creature. A revised book eliminating the humbug would be most appreciated. Now I have to edit it myself to stand reading it.


I started reading this while I was a couple of pages into 'The Secret' I do like the serendipity of this :)

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