100 Ways To Disappear And Live Free Forever

Friday, October 9th, 2020 by Merchant of the Agora
To “live free” means to be able to control your own life and to avoid violence, or the threat of violence, by others.
What you do and how you do it will almost always determine whether or not freedom will be yours. But YOU must take the responsibility for creating your own freedom.

No one, especially the “government” will do it for you. To “disappear” means to make it impossible for other people to invade your personal world of freedom. Since most of such invasion is by means of electronic data gathering and cross-referencing, you must be able to short-circuit these procedures effectively.
The most efficient method today is through the use of what we call “alternate identification”. If the new names and numbers you plug into the networks don’t match the old ones, you have not only “disappeared”, but have also been “reborn”. And being reborn means leaving your past records where they can no longer affect you and your lifestyle.
This “disappearing” of individuals is obviously discomforting to institutions and governments determined to control personal activities in the Land of the Free.
To them it appears downright seditious, since in reality their power depends directly on the number of people they can control — through computerized records, of course. To those who actually “disappear”, however, the act is one of tremendous personal liberation. Free men owe very little to those who restrict opportunities on the basis of past records. An extreme example, which nevertheless applies to all of us, is this: When a person convicted of a felony has served his full sentence, is he then “free”? Hardly. What he will experience is really a LIFE SENTENCE of second-rate opportunity.
And what happens to the convict, in practice, happens to *everyone* who manages to have negative personal information placed in his “records”. When it comes to the point of a person’s having to live with a condemning past and ever- narrowing opportunities, it becomes easily understandable why he should be willing and anxious to scuttle his labeled identity and take on another.
Becoming a new identity, however, involves many things and requires careful attention to detail, as we shall show. At the heart of this process, though, is the ATTITUDE a person must assume if he is to make it work. He must forget about his “government”; he must become his own government, answerable only to himself, with his own rules, laws, and systems of behavior.
This is an existential “moment” few are disciplined enough to experience, but it can be done. The result will be a growing detachment from BIG BROTHER and a corresponding increase of personal freedom. The individual needn’t worry about what would happen “if everybody else did this” because they WON’T. The object is for individuals, acting as individuals, to declare their mental independence from whatever System is attempting to enslave them. As individuals they are the best judges of what degree of slavery they can accept, how far down the road they can go before becoming robots for BIG BROTHER. Simply put, it’s the Sheep and the Wolves.
The Sheep go to slaughter, the Wolves wherever they wish…
There are numerous intermediate tactics between total compliance and complete disappearance, such as refusing to give your Social Security number (or giving it incorrectly), avoiding taxes, obtaining several foreign citizenships and passports, setting up bank accounts in several other countries, and planning at least two routes of escape to other countries, but in the end you will discover there really is no freedom in the world — *YOU MUST CREATE YOUR OWN*. You must learn how to protect your own rights as you define them. No one else will do it for you, *NO ONE*. The object of this publication is to suggest ways an individual can, in practice, escape his past and secure a new future, *on his own terms*.
Individuals will vary greatly in how they carry out their disappearances, and it is our hope that the ideas we present here are useful towards those ends.
We make no claims of completeness or of exhausting the subject, as that could be potentially dangerous were individuals to rely solely on this information.
We must stress that everyone should think over his situation as carefully as possible, and then pick and choose which among our methods are best suited for his needs. Above all, he must begin using his head, trusting his hunches and instincts, and thinking of himself as separate, different, and even superior to those stuck in the System. He will have to become a Wolf. He must stand alone to be free. –Barry Reid January 1978
Avoid attending church. If you must, however, use an alias when attending, and make contributions in cash, never by check. If you are asked by inquisitive neighbors what church you attend, either name one of a different faith than theirs or deny interest completely. Give the minister totally false information about yourself, as these good folks are great gossips when approached by snoops. Never tell neighbors where or for whom you work. Give them false information on this subject.
If you are paid by check, DON’T deposit the paycheck in any account with your name on it. The best idea is to go to the bank on which it is drawn and cash it there. If you make a regular practice of this, avoid becoming familiar with any tellers or other bank personnel. Vary the times and days for visiting the bank. Visit different branches of the bank, too. Another check cashing tip: avoid getting it cashed at your favorite bar or tavern. FBI agents probably spend at least a third of their working hours hanging around such places, as they seem to attract the kinds of people they are looking for.
Anytime there is a bank robbery, the *first* places the FBI check out are all the bars within the immediate vicinity of the robbery. Don’t laugh. It’s true because it works. Be wary of answering “personal” ads in newspapers, as well as job offers too neatly tailored to the type of work you did before disappearing. If the ad calls for replying to a box number at the newspaper, disregard totally: it’s very likely to be a trap. Reply only to ads that can guarantee not having to give yourself away, such as offers for appointments at known companies. If phone numbers are provided in the ad, call only from a pay phone.
There’s always a possibility you might be calling directly to a bill collector or private investigator who will give you enough patter to smoke you out.
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Someone could be gunning you. This book will open your eyes. On the job, avoid giving background information to fellow workers. If you’re planning to stay on the job only for a short while, however, make an effort to plant false and misleading information in the minds of the other workers, such as your favorite pastimes, places you’d like to travel to or live someday, and your plans for the future. Insulate your private self by keeping your personal interests and ideas to yourself alone. Share the spurious with the curious. Don’t subscribe to any local newspapers delivered by carriers.
Buy what you need at a newsrack. These cute kids have sometimes been “helpful” sources of information about people’s habits at home. Don’t be obvious in your living habits. Turn lights off at a decent hour, keep stereo music from annoying neighbors, don’t place empty pony kegs on the front porch, and don’t have pets that stray or annoy. Don’t do major engine overhauls in the driveway, either.
Be very careful about who comes to see you at your residence. Avoid anything unusual which might spark the interest of neighbors. If what you do or the people with whom you must deal are “interesting”, it might be best to arrange get-togethers elsewhere. Keep your nest clean–good “criminal” advice. Avoid using banks except for actually cashing checks given you by other people. Try to conduct your affairs with cash and money orders. When using the latter, never write your name on the face or the line marked “Payer”. Use fake names, account numbers, or business names. For most purposes money orders can be considered “untraceable”, since the issuing institutions (American Express, banks, US Post Office) file the paid orders *by number only*, not by other criteria which might tend to give you away. People and businesses to whom you might remit money orders virtually never record this number, either.
They are usually happy to be paid by money order and will consider it the same as cash. Individuals wanting to hide income and/or otherwise disguise their financial dealings find money orders most useful in shortchanging the bandits at IRS, too. Undertakers are another source like ministers, in that they are good talkers. If you have to deal with one, be on your guard with what you tell him. If you are called on to provide information for a death certificate, give him only the data he actually needs. It should be easy to appear too grief-stricken to want to chat… Whenever you need the services of a physician, dentist, hospital, etc., make it standard practice to use an alias and an address other than where you live. Pay in cash. Recite–don’t display–your “driver’s licence” number and Social Security Number, making sure that they are totally fake.
Other data requested, such as employer, birthdate, etc., should be misleading. Ignore the “warning” at the top of some hospital forms that federal law requires honest information. We’ve never heard of anyone getting busted for such a “crime” who also paid his bill. Fraud is fraud, but identity is your business.
Medical records are very definitely NOT confidential. How else would life and health insurance companies be able to decide so imperiously who “deserves” their coverage, and at what rates…? For most people, medical insurance itself is a fraud. Don’t have milk or other items delivered to you on a regular schedule. The fewer people seen calling at you residence, the safer. Neighbors will often notice home deliveries, which can prove to be fertile leads for future snoops. Avoid membership in political groups or other civic organizations. As a rule these groups are filled with super sneaky, nosey individuals more willing than not to stab someone in the back if it suits their selfish purposes. Total snakes.
Arrange to have your mail sent to a 24-hour Post Office box, to a mail drop, or a mail forwarding service. This way the only mail to be left at your residence will be the “Occupant” variety. Make it a rule NEVER to sign for certified or registered mail. Tell the carrier that you are not the person named on the receipt, or that so-and-so moved months ago. Where? Austria….. or was it Australia? Avoid having arguments or run-ins with neighbors. An old, unresolved grudge might be just the spark that sends an investigator to your new location. “Getting even” is a passion few people can resist. If a snoop is trying to trace you by telephone he may invite you to call him person-to-person collect. *DON’T DO IT.*
Ignore the request, no matter what the excuse is. You might be tempted with some pie-in- the-sky lie, but what he’s really after is your *location*. If you don’t give yourself away in the conversation, he will simply call the operator back for time and charges, and while she’s at it, the location of the telephone originating the call. She will be only too happy to help. If you have to live in a motel, hotel, or nosey apartment complex, always make it a point to be ordinaty and outwardly polite to any employees on the premises. Give them no reason to remember you other than as a normal person. Freaky behavior is easily noticed and remembered by telephone operators, janitors, maids, superintendents, house detectives, and bell boys.
Tips make them TALK, too. It’s safest not to take in roomers or boarders, even though they can help with expenses and provide companionship. The fact is, they can get “too close” to you by picking up all kinds of information tidbits which could come back to haunt you should certain kinds of third parties start pumping them. Even though you might feel you could trust them, it’s very easy for a friend to give you away… innocently.

In changing to a new identity within the same general area, make it your policy to patronize none of the commercial establishments you did before your name change. This would include service-oriented businesses, too, such as shoe repairs, TV repairs, photographers, cleaners, poodle parlors and massage parlors.

If you or a member of your family had been assisted by such charity organizations as the March of Dimes or Community Chest, make sure that future aid is obtained from some other organization. If you need to have prescriptions filled often, do two things: 1) Have them filled by different pharmacies; don’t patronize the same one repeatedly, and, 2) Never give the pharmacist your correct address and/or telephone number. If you are in need of continuing prescription, such as for certain heart conditions or diabetes, consider having it filled by mail from one of the large interstate mail-order pharmacies.

These outfits usually offer greatly reduced prices as well, as they are willing to deal in generics, as opposed to strictly name-brand drugs. Check ’em out. Try to avoid all contact with law enforcement people. They are like sponges whenever they deal with the public: they take in endless quantities of information whether you are the victim or the perpetrator. When approached by investigators and spies, they just love to spill out all they know, and sometimes get in on the act themselves.
Avoid trouble and avoid cops. Credit bureaus and department stores will have credit files on you if you’ve used them in the past. It would be safest to avoid using credit in the future, but if you need to get plugged back in the credit scene, it would be advisable first to read our own book, “CREDIT”, to see how credit can be set up from scratch under new identity. This useful book has the kind of inside information one needs to make the credit- granting system perform to his special situation.
If you follow our suggestions regarding delivery of your mail, you will naturally never accept any Registered or Certified mail at your address. Since the carrier will never know your identity by leaving only mail addressed “Occupant”, you can safely tell him who you are not whoever is named on the piece of mail he is trying to deliver. Don’t be rude or arrouse suspicion; simply help him do his job by telling him there is no such person at your address. If he asks who *you* are, he’s out of line.
He will return the letter marked “Unable to Deliver at this Address”, or “Unknown at this Address”, or something else to the same effect. Sometimes snoops will address mail to a fictitious person “care of” your last known name and address in the hopes it will be forwarded (somehow), and that you will have the stupidity to return it to them with your new address (provided by you). Any suspicious or unfamiliar mail with your new address should simply be marked “Unknown”, “Return to Sender”, etc., and deposited in a public mail box for return. If the letter doesn’t come back to the sender because you kept it or chucked it, he may well try again with something more enticing, or even pay a personal visit. Tracing by mail is the cheapest route for snoopers, so be on the lookout for any mail you’re not expecting or seems the slightest bit suspicious.
This will be the opening salvo in any investigation to determine your whereabouts. *Watch your mail!* Providing any information other that return instructions per above can invite disaster, too. Putting on a fake forwarding address, or even a “General Delivery” notice, will tell the sender, when the letter is returned, that *someone* at the address on the letter knows more than he does.
The “Registered Letter”, physical surveillance, or a personal visit will be his next move. You can count on it. Be especially watchful for any letters with an “Attorney’s” return address. They deserve no more respect than any other letter. If you’re not expecting correspondence from your own attorney, it’s very likely a fake name used by an investigator. This gambit is many times used on third parties (close relatives of yours) in the hopes they know where you really are and that they have the “courtesy” to forward the letter to you.
This is a good reason for you NOT to tell relatives where you can be reached. If they don’t know, they can’t tell. If you can trust a particular person to forward items to your P.O. box or mail forwarding service, at least instruct them to place the letter in another (cover) envelope so that no forwarding instructions are on the face of the original envelope. You can decide what to do with the mail when you get it.
If you want it returned, do NOT drop it in a box in your area–the stamp of the main post office near you will likely be on the envelope, much to the glee of the sender. Either send it back to your friend in still another envelope for him to remail locally, or use a mail forwarding service in a distant city to remail per your instructions.
Knowing how to deal with your mail is vital to disappearing. Think first before acting!! Avoid drawing attention to yourself. Don’t exhibit “socially unacceptable” behavior PUBLICLY. Cops are programmed to bust anyone who appears “suspicious” (different from them). Jails, psycho wards, and prisons aren’t exactly “free”…. Your appearance, possessions and actions should always justify your presence on a legitimate (conventional) basis.
This is the best way to avoid suspicion. If you are stopped and questioned, always be able to give a reasonable explanation of why you where there, where you are from, and where you are going. Smile and be “helpful”.
A sullen or hostile attitude triggers the cops for a bust–your bust. So go ahead and “Kill the Pigs”–with kindness. You’ll win by keeping your freedom, dig? Even perfectly legal behavior can arouse suspicion. Avoid such things as solitary walks late at night, or wearing clothing inappropriate for the weather. Store detectives love to follow shoppers wearing oversized clothing, too.
The police find it easy, even entertaining, to pin stray raps on such “suspicious” characters. Days and weeks can go by before they decide they’ve made a “mistake”. Really!! Examine your daily habits and eliminate any which might possibly be regarded as “peculiar”, especially if performed publicly.
Live in a large city where you can have the protection of anonymity. Avoid small towns where the only sport is gossip–about you. Your business should be no one else’s. Appear to be lower-middle class in your standard of living. Don’t attract the attention given the very poor or the obviously well-off.
Rent a house or apartment that appears “respectable”, but no more plush than the average cop can afford. If you like to live it up, do it somewhere other than around where you live and work. Try Las Vegas, New York, Jamaica, Tokyo, Fiji….
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