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I was also at the Mt. Ida event and felt I was scammed by both Kryon and the toning choir I participated in.

Lee Carroll is a fraud. He makes up things only for personal and financial benefit. And the so called toning is a greater fraud. While Descartes regarded, without proof, that the pineal gland was the seat of the soul, Neuroscientist have revealed and concluded that the glands actual function is hormonal in nature.

Any claimant that the gland produces sound and heal sounds at that is 100% fraud.

With travel and event tickets I was nearly $2500 out of pocket.

My question is how can such frauds like Lee Carroll and others involved in these shams not be held accountable for misleading and deceptive practices? I wonder if a class action suit is warranted?

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There are several websites stating KRYON is a FRAUD. A lot of these people are former employees?

Is this the TRUTH that is coming out that KRYON speaks of? Is it that he charges all this money and no one can ask question? Is it that he speaks of the same stuff for 3-4 hours and only channels for 30-45 minutes? Why doesn't he heal people?

What exactly is going on?

His books don't explain anything? Why is he against Q?

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