Neo-Tech® (also known as the "Society of Secrets") is a bizarre self-help... er, something. It was created in 1984 by Frank R. Wallace, a tax protester best known as a prolific writer of "how to cheat at poker and blackjack" books.
Neo-Tech® borrows tenets from objectivism, repackaging it in the pseudoscientific and cultish style of Scientology. As with most cultish belief systems, Neo-Tech® uses jargon understood only by its followers, like "neocheaters" and "fully integrated honesty". Like objectivism, Neo-Tech® promises to help people eliminate all forms of mysticism and irrationality from their life and become a perfectly rational person. Like Scientology, Neo-Tech® uses this indecipherable jargon as a hook to sell Really Expensive Books (at $140 each) that leave the reader more confused than they were before reading them.
 See also
- The previous Neo-Tech® webshite archives on the wayback machine.
- The current Society of Secrets webshite.
- Neo-Tech: The Grand Integration of Effectiveness Models.