Take Charge of Your Life!
These PT Books & Reports
started the PT movement in the ’80s.
They changed the lives of thousands of
ex-wage slaves who have become “PTs”.
Secure Your Freedom,
Privacy & Wealth the PT Way!
The Monaco Report
Honorary Consul General
The Passport Report
Instant Legal Residence Abroad
Brazil, Paraguay & Uruguay
Bye Bye Big Brother Vol I
Bye Bye Big Brother Vol II
Bye Bye Big Brother Vol III
Years ago, we got these questions from new PT readers.
“There are many PT books and reports around, are there any chronology suggestions that would make becoming a PT and navigation slightly more coherent for me?”
“I read many books on similar topics, but the whole PT idea is still new to me. Should I start by reading the original “historical books” in Hill collection? ****YES!****, or should I jump right to Bye Bye Big Brother (I.E., does BBBB make the Hill set redundant or outdated)?“
***If you are short on time, read Bye Bye Big Brother first. Otherwise, bone up in chronological; order with the “Historic Hill Collection” first***
In the PT world, info can be outdated by new laws the day it comes out. If you want to understand how and why things are, and where the future will take you, it is a very good idea to understand the way things were in the past.
Older PT books are not meant to be up to date regarding all specific new laws and details. It is all “historic & timeless classic. However, a few of the books have got a facelift or new material added to reflect changes.
For instance, The Passport Report pre-dates 9-11. After 9-11, Big Brother used “terrorism” as an excuse to shut down almost all reasonably priced foreign 2nd Passport Programs.
That is why we still sell the “Historic PT Collection” by W.G. Hill.
These books & reports started the PT movement in the ’80s.
Later, Grandpa books and reports have updated this.
But the old (or updated) PT books might be just what you need?
Can you afford not to become a PT?
Unlimited, untaxed wealth, and the power to dispose of it as you please is one of the significant benefits of becoming a PT. PTs can work and be paid in full (without withholding tax or deductions) and then spend our earnings on what gives us pleasure. Until you become a PT, the range of opportunities denied you is inconceivable. We don’t miss the things we are unaware of. PT, the book, will raise your consciousness of the nature of freedom and the ways to rid yourself of all limitations. Most nations’ constitutions give lip-service to the absolute freedom to travel, but in practice, every government severely limits travel with a passport, visa, and other requirements.
By imposing restrictions on foreigners, most nations invite tit-for-tat reciprocal measures. Personal finances, currency controls, domestic situations, and job requirements make the freedom to go anywhere at any time, just a dream for most people. Once properly equipped, the PT operates above and outside of normal constraints, gaining mobility and a full slate of human rights. The value of these rights cannot even be perceived by people who have never experienced them.
You don’t need to found a new country or displace someone to make yourself a sovereign. The PT need not dominate other people. He or she must only be willing to break out of a parochial way of thinking: the PT must be superior only in that small area located between the ears. We speak of the potential PT now in terms of wealth, talent, intelligence, and creativity. Who is this PT in the upper minuscule of the population? It might well be you . . .