I would like to thank readers for their kind offers of help in producing
and funding the newsletter. The offers are often part of the letters from
which we take experiences. In order to save space, we edit them out. We
want to cram the newsletter as full of experiences as possible, but that
doesn't mean we don't appreciate the offers.
The newsletter is truly a lot of work. Unfortunately, splitting the work
across cities and states would only increase the burden. The very best help
any reader can provide is to lock themselves into a recapitulating space
and go at it intensely. That will insure plenty of good experiences to fill
the next newsletter with. Aside from that, check out the "Guest Reporters"
Money doesn't seem to be an issue right now. Thanks to all for the offers
of help in that regard. No need to worry about unselfish altruism on our
part. As anyone who has recapitulated knows, everyone has a selfish motive
for their actions. By doing the newsletter, we get to see the wonderful
submissions before anyone else does. And there are some readers who wouldn't
be able to afford to pay. Besides, followers of Carlos have had to contend
with everyone calling him a fake for years. The newsletter being free of
charge provides ammunition to tell them off. Pretty petty, huh?
We have produced a newsletter version on heavier paper, with a price on
it. You may soon see it in local stores. We would like readers to know that
these are provided free of charge to the stores. Some stores wrote in and
asked for the newsletter. Our policy is to give the newsletter to anyone
that asks. We put the price on there because we didn't want them given to
people only slightly interested.
Nagualist Newsletter and Open Forum /
2 Aug. /Sept. 1994