One of the most pernicious and long-running consumer frauds in recent history has been the NESARA scam, evidently an outgrowth of the Omega fraud, which promised exorbitant returns while defrauding thousands of unsuspecting US citizens.
Shaini Goodwin, who uses "Dove of Oneness" as a pen name, has claimed that a secret law called NESARA (National Economic Security and Reformation Act) will supposedly bring about changes in the US financial system including the forgiving of mortgages, credit card debts, as well as abolishing the IRS.
Goodwins mythology describes Illuminati factional fighting in which allegedly one group called the "White Knights" is fighting against the dominant group. This is also reminiscent of another mythology promoted by Rumor Mill News, in which Faction 1 of the Illuminati is supposedly engaged in a global power death struggle with Faction 2.
Goodwins NESARA scam is based on the gullibility and naivete of US citizens who had been suckered into previous cons like the investment scam called Omega, operated by Clyde Hood of Mattoon, Illinois in the mid 1990s which yielded more than $20 million from thousands of people.