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Research Needed / Re: Wequarran Archimedes AKA Sachem Wequarran
« Last post by Piff on Today at 11:22:37 pm »
He says his original name is Cesidio Tallini.

I don't know what he means by "PDA Enterprise Name". My guess is this is something he has invented. Here is a cached copy of one of his past sites:
Research Needed / Re: Joan Schrader &
« Last post by Sparks on Today at 11:17:51 pm »
… University of Nemenhah … its "university" appears to be a weeklong course according to its graduates.

There is a homepage: and a Facebook page:
Research Needed / Re: Iggy Garcia
« Last post by Sparks on Today at 11:05:13 pm »
Research Needed / Brian David Andersen &
« Last post by educatedindian on Today at 10:51:27 pm »
Another Nemenhah cult member and operator.

Tri-Vortex Technology is a Nemenhah Certified Provider of Sacraments and Services.

The Following Tri-Vortex Technology products are Nemenhah Certified Sacraments:

Tri-Vortex Technology Disc – Certificate

Tri-Vortex Technology Tri-Vibes – Certificate

Tri-Vortex Technology Transformed Plant Oils – Certificate

Tri-Vortex Technology Electric Power Meter Ring – Certificate

Tri-Vortex Technology Star Laser – Certificate

Tri-Vortex Technology Stainless Rings – Certificate

Tri-Vortex Technology Stem Cell Stimulator – Certificate

....With his journalism background, Brian entered the fields of chemistry, physics and alternative health care as an investigator seeking the truth rather than a student seeking a passing grade. Brian was free to take any kind of risks and follow all kinds of paths and he did not care what others thought about his theories, directions, methods, or goals.
The starting gun had fired for the marathon that was to become Tri-Vortex Technology.

In 1988, Brian David Andersen was exposed to a popular water treatment that was purported to structure water and provide better hydration to the body. He also became involved with the Chi Lamp....

The new compact unit used batteries to power a small crystal oscillator to pulse a single frequency through iron oxides. Multy-Tranz II worked well and the company that produced a popular, but foul tasting, seaweed liquid dietary supplement purchased the rights to the unit. Promises by the company to fund further research by Andersen were not forthcoming....

Working in the San Diego lab of Cleve Backster in 1992, Andersen discovered a chemistry book published in 1901 for doctors, nurses and dentists.

His study led to the work of Annie Besant and Charles Leadbeater. In their book “Occult Chemistry” written in 1908, they predicted 96 chemical elements....

The Great Pyramid Has The Power of Purpose

While he was studying the spiral table of elements, Andersen was exposed to the research of Bill Schul and Ed Pettit....Their experiments proved that the novel geometry of the Great Pyramid focuses light particles.
....All liquids exposed to the treatment field tasted better and became silkier and smoother to the palate.
....According to the spiral chart, a chemical element exists before Hydrogen and has nine harmonic frequencies with specific phases and amplitudes.

Andersen named this chemical elem

....Probably 99 percent of the Hydrogen, Nitrogen and Phosphorous molecules of the Galaxy have Cb attached.

....Is Cb the ignition element for the massive explosive force of our Sun?

....Once the programming software had been developed, the frequencies of the chemical elements were added to those of geometric shapes to create the field in the Tri-Vortex Treatment Chamber. 

I actually just left up the most coherent parts of his claims. So...

An ex photo journalist proud of not doing well in science classes he took as an adult has spent decades doing research that claims that energy from pyramids is somehow related to an undiscovered element in a spiral form of the periodic table that only occult researchers from 1903 were able to uncover and...

This energy does something to water that healed his knee and therefore you should buy his technology. Oh, and it's also somehow part of Nemenhah's practice of being a secret lost history and religion of Native peoples discovered by Landis that just happens to fit with the Book of Mormon.

Every review I found of Trivrtex refers to it as a scam, and a rip off of Emeru Masoto, another pseudo science Nuage type.
Frauds / Re: Reuben Dehaan, another Nemenhah
« Last post by Sparks on Today at 10:45:36 pm »
Kings Mountain ‘medicine man’ charged over guns, liquor still
April 25, 2016 04:49 PM Updated April 26, 2016 10:17 PM

Article URL:
Research Needed / Joan Schrader &
« Last post by educatedindian on Today at 10:22:44 pm »
One more Nemenhah cult member.

Joan Schrader, PhD is a Native American Practitioner, Nemenhah Medicine Woman, Naturopathic Doctor, Master Herbalist, Reflexologist, Aromatherapist, lecturer, and educator. She currently sits as Regent of the Department of Plant Medicine for the University of Nemenhah. Joan's degrees include:

University of Nemenhah Natural Medicine Program
Baccalaureate of Arts (BA) - In Humanities with Emphasis in Natural Medicine
Master of Arts (MA) - In Humanities with Emphasis in Natural Medicine
Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) - In Humanities with Emphasis in Plant Medicine
University of Nemenhah Ceremonial Healing Program
Baccalaureate of Arts with Honors (BA Hon.) - In Nemenhah Ministry with Emphasis in Nemenhah Culture
Master of Arts with Honors (MA Hon.) - In Nemenhah Ministry with Emphasis in Nemenhah Culture
Trinity School of Natural Health
Doctor of Naturopathy (ND)
Master Herbalist (MH)
Certified Nutritional Counselor (CNC)
Certified Health Specialist (CHS)
School of Natural Healing
Master Herbalist (MH)
Certified Aromatherapist
Certified Reflexologist

[And here's their attempt to hide their quack products behind the first amendment.]
Natural Healing is identified under the Nemenhah Constitution as synonymous with "establishment", "exercise" and "practice" of the Nemenhah Religion. Pursuant to USC Title 42 Chapter 21B § 2000bb–1 : Religious Freedom Restoration, government is prevented from substantially burdening the establishment and free exercise of a person's religion, unless the burden is in furtherance of a compelling government interest....Accordingly, the Nemenhah make this declaration with regard to that standard by which a substance, practice, device, or technology is defined as a "Sacrament" or "Ceremony" of the Native American Church of Nemenhah and doctrines and institutions of its Religion.

Wouldn't hold up in court, likely. Nemenhah is not recognized as a church or nonprofit, and selling quack products isn't a religious ceremony.

For those who've come to this thread before reading about Nemenhah, its "university" appears to be a weeklong course according to its graduates. Not certified. There is no "Nemenhah tribe" or culture, just white Mormons making nonsense claims and trying to avoid prosecution for breaking drug laws.
Research Needed / MOVED: Reuben Dehaan, another Nemenhah
« Last post by educatedindian on Today at 09:52:11 pm »
Research Needed / Wequarran Archimedes AKA Sachem Wequarran
« Last post by educatedindian on Today at 09:22:15 pm »
Yet another Nemenhah, but also many other ridiculous claims.

Sachem Wequarran Archimedes [PDA Enterprise Name (??) 005821] is a Native American by place of birth; by adoption by a Native American indigenous and traditional organisation; and sui generis.

A Sachem is the chief of a confederation of North American Indians, and Sachem Wequarran is the paramount chief of the Ryamecah Confederation. The name Wequarran means 'Eagle' [1, 2, 3], while Archimedes is the name of one of the 14 tribes that form the Ryamecah.

Sachem Wequarran is also a European by place of citizenship at birth; an Ummoagian, Antarctican, African, and Asian by place of citizenship by naturalisation; a de facto if not de jure citizen of the world; and certainly a subject of International law.

Outside of the Ryamecah Confederation Sachem Wequarran is better known as the Hon Most Rev Dr Cesidio Tallini, and is the Governor of the United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA). The UMMOA is a nation or people scattered around the world, and is recognised with a registered trademark of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

The UMMOA is also recognised by, and affiliated with, IGOs and NGOs such as the Organization of Emerging African States (OEAS), The Multipurpose Inter-Parliamentary Union (TMIPU), and Nations Without States (NWS).

Sachem Wequarran is also the President and founder of the Cesidian Root, a global Internet. He is also the Bishop and founder of the Cesidian Church; the International President of the International Network of Bishops and Archbishops; a Voting Member of the Electoral College of Bishops of the Universal One Church; and a Native American Medicine Man.

Sachem Wequarran is also Deputy, Ambassador at Large, International Ambassador, or Special Representative for several IGOs and NGOs, and was even made Ambassador at Large of Antarctica and Unrepresented or Underrepresented Polities by The Multipurpose Inter-Parliamentary Union (TMIPU).

Sachem Wequarran has earned both American and Italian high school diplomas in the past; has earned several different post-secondary education diplomas and certificates, including a National Work Readiness Credential from the National Work Readiness Council, and a Certificate of Qualification to Practice from the Law Society of Cabinda; and has earned a BS degree from the University of Phoenix, another BSc degree, two religious doctorate degrees, and was awarded two honorary doctorates.

Sachem Wequarran is also the de facto or de jure author of several books in English and Italian; the father of Cesidian law, analytic theology, Cesidian salubriology, and Fourth-Fifth World studies.
Frauds / Reuben Dehaan, another Nemenhah
« Last post by educatedindian on Today at 09:07:51 pm »
This one the most dangerous yet, a militia survivalist type.


Kings Mountain ‘medicine man’ charged over guns, liquor still
April 25, 2016 04:49 PM Updated April 26, 2016 10:17 PM

A Kings Mountain “medicine man” faces federal firearms and tax-evasion charges after an FBI raid on his home uncovered an underground bunker containing dozens of weapons, drugs, large supplies of food and water, suspected materials for an explosive device – and a still.

Six years ago, Reuben DeHaan filed papers in Cleveland County renouncing his U.S. citizenship and challenging government authority, even as he built a murky business marketing “natural healing” services and remedies that earned gross receipts of more than $2.7 million during a recent six-year period.

Tuesday, the self-styled member of a Native American healers group was in federal court, jailed Thursday in Mecklenburg County after federal agents searched the premises at 103 Police Club Drive.

According to recently unsealed documents in a joint FBI/Internal Revenue Service investigation, by far the most interesting items were found underground – in a multiroom bunker beneath DeHaan’s front yard. There, agents said they discovered about 70 weapons, including high-powered rifles, silencers, scopes and ammunition. Ten more firearms were found in the house and in vehicles on the property.

A “significant amount” of food and beverages was stored in the rooms, ceilings and walls of the underground structure, and agents say they also came across a couple of 2,000-gallon water tanks, documents say.

There was also this: “various components that could be utilized to construct a destructive device” – including PVC piping, Tannerite, aluminum powder and 100 feet of fusing, documents say.

Kevin Tate, one of DeHaan’s court-appointed attorneys, declined to comment Monday.

According to public records, DeHaan appears to have settled in Cleveland County in 2004 after leaving the Detroit area. Federal officials say the 43-year-old claims he is a minister of the Native American Church of Nemenhah, which describes itself as an intertribal convocation of medicine men and women, formed in 2002.

Church leaders describe the group as a “healing-based religion.” Steven Moore, senior attorney for the Native American Rights Fund, once described them as “sham artists.”

Following in the footsteps of the Moorish Nation and other “indigenous” groups, Nemenhah members have challenged government rules and regulations.

FBI and IRS affidavits say that in March 2010, DeHaan filed a no-trespassing document with the Cleveland County Register of Deeds giving notice to local officials that unwanted visitors to his property could be hit with a fine of $1 million in silver coin.

Two months later, he filed another declaration renouncing his U.S. citizenship and any liability for the national debt. Several years later, he informed the city that he had deeded over his property to the Church of Nemenhah. In 2014, he reminded town officials that he was conducting religious services on the property and warned them to stay away.

The IRS says federal officials do not recognize Nemenhah as a tribe or a church and that the group has never applied for nonprofit status.

Federal tax officials also say DeHaan avoided paying taxes on millions of dollars of income by claiming that all his earnings had come from religious donations. He has not filed a voluntary federal tax return for himself or his company since 1997, according to the IRS affidavit.

DeHaan incorporated businesses in at least three other states and used some 10 Charlotte-area bank accounts to deposit and withdraw money from his business, documents say.

While he claimed his business was based on donations, court documents say DeHaan charged $145 for an initial health consultation and sold nutrients, internal cleansers, essential oils and other products – some of which DeHaan grew in his bunker.


U.S. Attorney: Tax crimes not tollerated

By Diane Turbyfill  Shelby Star staff
Posted Apr 6, 2017 at 4:10 PM     

....The U.S. Attorneys Offices pointed to several cases, including a Kings Mountain man serving time for his crime.

Reuben T. DeHaan, 44, of Kings Mountain, is serving two years in prison for tax evasion and possession of an unregistered firearm.

DeHaan owned a holistic medicine business, which he operated out of his residence in Kings Mountain under the names Health Care Ministries International Inc. and Get Well Stay Well. During the years 2008 through 2014, DeHaan earned more than $2.7 million in gross receipts from his holistic medicine business but failed to file income tax returns for those years and evaded approximately $678,000 in income taxes due and owed.

Early in the case, DeHaan told the IRS that he was a minister with the Native American Church of Nemenhah, an organization not recognized as a church by the IRS.

DeHaan said his standing in the organization made him exempt from paying taxes.

He also told investigators that he made his money off of donations for healing, but the IRS found a price sheet for DeHaan’s services online and interviewed customers who said they were charged fees.

In his guilty plea, DeHaan admitted that he opened bank accounts with various names to hide his income and assets from the Internal Revenue Service.

In addition to his prison time, DeHaan has been ordered to pay $567,665 in restitution to the IRS and $110,449 to the state of North Carolina.

Federal penalties for tax crimes range from probation to prison and hefty fines.
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