“No matter how ugly your past was…Get Up. Fall down a thousand times if you must…but never give up. Fall down and Get Up. Not like an adult. Like a child.”
eXo is a Life Mentor dedicated to helping people discover their highest truest self by numerically and systemically tracing themselves back to their ancient cosmic roots. His study and trademark, Scientific Faith, is a unique system of life structure that positively directs people to an essential understanding of who they are and who they are destined to be. Through clinics, motivational speaking, an app, a podcast and a years-in-the-making series of books, eXo teaches people never to settle for what others deem that they be but how to emphatically arrive at their spiritually intended top shelf ‘me.’
eXo states, “With over twenty years of research and study, conscious application and successful navigation using the LTD formula; aligned with my Sumerian lineage and native Aramaic tongue which allow for authentic discernment of these puissant ancient teachings, I am now publicly sharing this knowledge to empower humanity through Scientific Faith: An organic awakening of Faith in self.”
What few people know is the harrowing life story that led eXo to the leadership role he so humbly and responsibly embodies today.
In the midst of the worst winter storm to hit Chicago in the middle of Spring, George Edward Shamon was born May 6, 1977, to refugee parents from Iraq who had escaped Saddam Hussein’s regime. “In 1969, Saddam’s henchmen assassinated – on her birthday - my aunt, Margret George Malik Jilu: the first female peshmerga from the Kurdish realm,” eXo reflects. “Before that, my great grandfather Mar Benjamin Shamon, known as ‘The Killing Priest’ in World War II, had also been assassinated. My father, Edward George, a.k.a. Adad Ashurseen was voted to take over the presidency of our federation so he traveled a lot. I never spent more than a week with him at a time. So, I had a very rough upbringing. I was molested and abused - physically and emotionally. My father had been traumatized. He passed his trauma down to me.”
“The violence we experienced at home was very much like the movie ‘Goodfellas’,” eXo continues. “My father and uncle were military and very intimidating. I never saw any man stand up to them – police, gangsters - nobody. In 1982, Saddam paid my godfather to assassinate me and my father. At that time, it was easy to travel from the Middle East to America. $50,000 was the price on our heads. Our house was bombed right after dusk. My grandmother Mariam – my father’s mother - grabbed my hand as flames shot up the walls of our basement. I was put in a hidden home with members of the family that I’d never met before. I was in an attic in a Chicago house for three seasons. I was living between pink panther asbestos and studded walls.”
It was within this urban makeshift sanctuary that young eXo came into contact with his future greatness. “There is a true-life journey in darkness,” eXo states. “It was so quiet and peaceful after all the chaos - just me and God. That’s where a lot of creativity came from. There was a gentle conscious whisper, almost guiding me. I was learning. I started writing things down on the walls with construction pencils all over the asbestos paper. I’ve been a writer ever since.”
Beyond his tough love familial upbringing, eXo found a mentor in an African American physical education instructor named Edward Smith. “He raised me like a son,” eXo beams. “He taught me competitive sports, how to fight…how to be a man. I love him to this day. He was my hero.”
Nevertheless, by his sophomore year of high school, eXo dropped out. “I hated school and I rebelled against all authority,” eXo confesses. “No one could tell me what to do. I was playing varsity football and basketball as a sophomore. But my father had a heart attack. I quit school to take care of the house. As a salesman in Chicago, I discovered ‘numbers’ (algorithm of humans) by studying my Sumerian roots. Due to in-sight I had into people, the president of the company gave me the highest commission. They started me on the worst leads. Still, I was breaking records every month. After 9 months, I opened my own first mortgage company and started turning over major monthly funds. I went from a homeless dropout to selling my company for a handsome profit. I was living ‘The American Dream’ in a bad way; as a glutton.”
An epiphany of repentance swiftly arrived. “One morning I woke up in my master suite surrounded by erotic women and other strangers. I realized my blessing with numbers had morphed into a curse. I looked in the mirror and hated who I saw. So, I ran to O’Hare International Airport and got a one-way ticket to Seattle where I stayed for 9 months. It was there that I learned I wasn’t meant to use my gifts for money. That gift was intended for me to use to help other people. At first, I shared my knowledge with other salesmen. Then, on the fateful day of April 30, 2009 in Chicago, I met my wife, Rosebud, who encouraged me to share this ancient teaching with the public.” In 2010, eXo composed the first 108 pages of his life-altering algorithm: “Destiny vs. Desire.” However, he has held off on publishing it and several other texts because eXo has seen the light of the modern world way of connecting with greater numbers of people especially during these COVID-riddled times: through internet webinars, apps and podcasting.
“Life is numbers and identity,” eXo explains. “Who we are from our roots. This algorithm is the Scientific Faith (Sci-Fai) powering humanity. This year, I am
launching an app that will help people tap into who they really are. I am also starting my podcast. This program, ‘The Stars of Stars,’ will discern the forecast of celebrities past and present – the ones most people idolize and look up to: heads of state, politicians, scientists, movie stars, musicians, religious idols. On each episode, we will learn what everyday people’s similarities and traits are to them - leveling the playing field and closing the gap between great achievers and ordinary people who are, at heart, actually extraordinary people. They just don’t know it yet! We all need someone from who to draw inspiration. ‘The Stars of Stars’ will be fun: Education Empowerment Entertainment - Mindful Entertainment.”
eXo is launching what he started 13 years ago which has blossomed into 13 volumes he intends to release one per year. Along with introducing the Magnet LTDai, eXo is living witness of the power of his Universal Language and Scientific Faith.
“As a youth, people thought I was a mute! I was ESL. I have Eidetic Memory – a subconscious behavior. I stare at things, vital information comes to me, and I understand it all. In school, I got all Fs. On my report cards, teachers would write, ‘He is distracted…but he is a joy.’ School was like a prison to me. Today, I’m a free man. I am a coder, and I recreate languages and technology - algorithm technology – through Scientific Faith and Universal Language.”
eXo’s life mission is now to lift others to the self-awareness he knows they can attain – for themselves, and for the betterment of all mankind and our planet.
“My wife and I made a conscious decision not to have any children,” eXo gently concludes. “We live to share this empowering information with people – ancient information. Knowing identity is the beginning of all wisdom. When I was born, I never knew where I belonged. I tried to be Elvis, Mike Tyson, etc., but I wasn’t any of them. I am not a religious man. I am a practical fundamental human. I am eXo.”