samadvert wrote:Hi all-
I am new here, but wanted to thank everyone for their feedback here- I have been going through NAP, the Miracle version, I don't have the Amazing Secrets version but have found the miracle version quite encouraging and enervating-
But I was wondering one thing if anybody would care to comment- I'm picking up from a few comments that all of the "stories"/ testimonies in the book are all, how shall I say it delicately, completely B.S.-
Is this true- Are all of the accounts that Mr. Cobb so graciously included in the book just mere fabrications? Are they really just one complete lie?
I can see the unquestionable, (and rather exciting) results that many here have gotten from the book, but can anybody verify whether the testimonials are complete fantasy? I'm just curious for my own personal knowledge-
Does anybody know? Thanks in advance-
I think it has been well established, in numerous threads in the forum alone, that the "testimonials"
included in the book are moreso of a marketing ploy by the publishers, since that was the thing during that
era and that in most likely, he did not even have a part in it.
Mr Cobb didn't even have a choice in the manner.