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    Books on Ghosting

    Does anyone have a list of books that may have useful ghosting information in terms of staying off the grid/radar? I got into this when I realized that most blue pillers do NOT like the MGTOW philosophy. I have a list of three books. Two of them are great for those who want to protect their privacy and even themselves. Please feel free to add to the list and it doesn't have to be only books. Any ideas on ghosting would be great as well. It's a subject I really enjoy.

    How to Disappear: By Frank M. Ahearn

    How to be Invisible: By J.J. Luna

    Atlas Shrugged: By Ayn Rand







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    Re: Books on Ghosting

    Invisible Money - J.J. Luna
    How To Vanish -Trace Mayer
    The Perpetual Traveler - W.G. Hill
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    Re: Books on Ghosting

    Quote Originally Posted by cyberdude View Post
    Invisible Money - J.J. Luna
    How To Vanish -Trace Mayer
    The Perpetual Traveler - W.G. Hill
    Thanks for the recommendations, cyberdude.





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    Re: Books on Ghosting

    Related - not true ghosting, but an entertaining read encouraging parasitism: Enjoy the Decline, by Aaron Clarey

    Enjoy the Decline: Accepting and Living with the Death of the United States: Aaron Clarey: 9781480284760: Amazon.com: Books
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    Re: Books on Ghosting

    Quote Originally Posted by Chairborne View Post
    Related - not true ghosting, but an entertaining read encouraging parasitism: Enjoy the Decline, by Aaron Clarey

    Enjoy the Decline: Accepting and Living with the Death of the United States: Aaron Clarey: 9781480284760: Amazon.com: Books
    I've heard of this one but haven't read it yet. The title seems fitting for the times we are living in and what is happening in the USA today.





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    Thanks for the thread, I'll be looking into these.

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    Re: Books on Ghosting

    I cannot recommend Mr. Luna's work enough! I've learned more from him than from all other sources combined! Even reading his older now mostly outdated books are useful because they teach you how to think like a ghost. When you have this mindset, then working out the details becomes simple.
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    Re: Books on Ghosting

    Thanks for the recommendations, gentlemen. I have added these books to my 'to read' list

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    Re: Books on Ghosting

    Quote Originally Posted by womanhater View Post
    When you have this mindset, then working out the details becomes simple.
    True dat. Mindset is paramount.
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    Re: Books on Ghosting

    J. J. Luna's How To Be Invisible - the original version - is available for free download at:

    Canary Islands Press - How To Be Invisible

    (Luna says that the new edition reflects the changes that followed 9/11/2001.)
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    Re: Books on Ghosting

    Another older book that still has lots of useful information is a book by the late Ed Pankau titled How to Hide Your A$$ets and Disappear.

    Again - this is useful in teaching you how to think.

    Another thing I highly recommend is to study private investigation techniques. There are MANY books on the subject, and most are good. The best way to ghost is to imagine that you are a PI who's been hired to investigate yourself. Imagine that the only pieces of information you have are your name, the area in which you live roughly, and your approximate age. See what you can find out, and then plug all of those leaks!

    And remember, NOT existing at all is WAY more suspicious than having a very carefully crafted and total bullshit paper and online persona. You should appear to ANYONE who would want to investigate you to quickly determine that you're poor, boring, and stupid.

    Remember, snipers never shoot privates - they wait for officers!
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    Re: Books on Ghosting

    Quote Originally Posted by BeijaFlor View Post
    J. J. Luna's How To Be Invisible - the original version - is available for free download at:

    Canary Islands Press - How To Be Invisible

    (Luna says that the new edition reflects the changes that followed 9/11/2001.)
    I purchased his 2012 update, and it was worth EVERY penny!
    I am John Galt.

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    Re: Books on Ghosting

    Quote Originally Posted by BeijaFlor View Post
    J. J. Luna's How To Be Invisible - the original version - is available for free download at:

    Canary Islands Press - How To Be Invisible

    (Luna says that the new edition reflects the changes that followed 9/11/2001.)
    Thanks

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    Re: Books on Ghosting

    Quote Originally Posted by BeijaFlor View Post
    J. J. Luna's How To Be Invisible - the original version - is available for free download at:

    Canary Islands Press - How To Be Invisible

    (Luna says that the new edition reflects the changes that followed 9/11/2001.)
    I just downloaded the pdf, seems like a good read just flicking through. The story at the end/last chapter is absolute MGTOW material.

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    Re: Books on Ghosting

    Quote Originally Posted by womanhater View Post

    And remember, NOT existing at all is WAY more suspicious than having a very carefully crafted and total bullshit paper and online persona. You should appear to ANYONE who would want to investigate you to quickly determine that you're poor, boring, and stupid.
    I can't agree with this more. In the unfortunate circumstance where you should be accused of anything it is useful to have something to point to to say: This is who I am!

    How many times have we heard stories where the accused is considered a 'loner', someone that keeps to himself. Then all the heads bow in agreement: ah, another loner, well it seems to be the O.P. for those guys, they're not normal like us!
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    Re: Books on Ghosting

    I like to listen to the TFM Show (Morning Constitutional) frequently. One of the best terms I've heard mentioned is "ghosting in plain sight". You have to show the world what they expect to see to you throw them off your scent. Think of it like mosquito repellant for the blue-pill, soul-stealers.
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