$OTHMD New Ticker ~ New Website ~ New Company Name ~$OTHMD ~ PURE Hospitality Solutions, Inc. ~ #purenow

$OTHMD New Ticker ~ New Website ~ New Company Name ~$OTHMD ~ PURE Hospitality Solutions, Inc. ~ #purenow  

Make sure to LINK Below to your FAVORITES for updates on $OTHMD: http://www.purenowsolutions.com/increase-equity-value/

The Board of PURE Hospitality Solutions, Inc. $OTHMD is on Top of their game here and with a Solid Share Structure & Low Float trading in Breakout Mode NOW!

Unlike a lot of the penny wonders the other guys gush on and on about, this one has PROFITS to back up all the puffy talk!  The hype brings the traders around to check out the stocks. When they do, this one stands out because it’s actually got something under the hood.

PURE Hospitality Solutions Inc. http://www.purenow.solutions/

We are currently developing efficient ways to book lodging accommodations in affordable high end luxury units, for relatively low cost. We are able to accomplish this by focusing a large part of our operations on the development and acquisition of condominium apartments, in rapidly up and coming tourist destinations, like Costa Rica. Where we do not own the units, we manage the HOA. In almost all cases, we use our FROL booking engine to ensure higher occupancy rates for our condos and that of the individual owners.


It is the Mission of Pure Hospitality Solutions to build shareholder value by delivering Hospitality and Real Estate solutions in innovative and cost effective ways. We will realize this mission by setting the highest standards in service, reliability, safety and cost containment in our industry.


We simply aspire to be the best in what we do; real estate and hospitality services.  It is our intention to become a global brand, a leader, a company to emulate.  We are PURE


We work tirelessly every day, to ensure maximum value to everyone we deal with. Our moral compass is innate, we are committed to our guests, clients, vendors, and of course our employees. We pride ourselves on our tenacious work ethic; holding everyone at a higher level, not only expecting more, but demanding it from all we associate with. By doing so, we are able to give our guest, clients …everyone, an experience to remember.

The PURE Brand

The Company initially began growing its operations primarily in the United States, though recent and major opportunities in Central America began presenting themselves, giving Oriens the ability to retool its business model. Now the Company is positioned to acquire, own and operate its own properties – which would be marketed under the new brand with occupancies handled by the re-launched online booking engine system.

Ultimately, PURE Hospitality Solutions intends to become a top-tier hotel brand operator, Internet booking and marketing service provider; qualifying as a preferred supplier to lending institutions.

The Company also intends to establish an invaluable international footprint with its online booking engine technology and marketing offerings; making that segment of its business a prime acquisition target for major online travel search and booking engine companies. Advancement toward this goal is guided by an executive management team with deep expertise in technology, banking, management, hospitality, branding and marketing, technical development and more.

Investors Relations

Thank you for your interest in our Company and PURE Investors Relations. The following information is for our Shareholders, potential Shareholders and anyone else with an interest in learning more about our Company.

Our Transfer Agent is Transfer Online. If you have any questions regarding your current holdings with our Company, information pertaining to physical stock certificates, information pertaining to name changes on your certificate, or anything else related to your physical holdings, please contact Transfer Online at the following:

Transfer Agent

• Transfer Online

• 512 SE Salmon Street

• Portland, OR 97214

• Tel (503) 227 – 2950

• info@transferonline.com

Our Investor Relations firm is Heritage Corporate Services. If you have any questions regarding our Company, the direction we’re going in, or have any comments or concerns you’d like to share, please contact Heritage Corporate Services at the following:

Investor Relations Firm

• Heritage Corporate Services, Inc.

• 3040 Canterbury Dr.

• Boca Raton, FL, 33434

• Tel (561) 210-5675

• Jeffrey@HeritageCorporateServices.com

Please note that we are able to answer only questions whose answers are currently in the public domain. We cannot answer any questions about the current stock price, future stock price, or any ‘non-public’ information at this time. Thank you for your understanding.

All information excerpt from PURE Hospitality Solutions, Inc


Trading in the OTC market is riskier than trading on the NYSE or NASDAQ.

What is the Over-the-Counter Market?

  • Over-the-counter stocks are not listed on an exchange. Buyers and sellers trade through technology, such as a telephone, fax or electronic network. This is a decentralized equity market, unlike the NASDAQ or New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Brokers that operate in the over-the-counter markets are regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission, which oversees the other national stock exchanges.

What is traded in the over-the-counter market?

  • The fact that the OTC market is not as well-known as the NYSE or the NASDAQ does not mean that OTC are any less recognizable. Equities of companies not listed on the national exchanges are traded. Moreover, corporate bonds and government securities are also traded through the OTC market.
  • OTC Risk
  • Trading in the OTC market is riskier than trading on the NYSE or NASDAQ. While the SEC regulates the broker-dealers that trade in the OTC market, it does not oversee the market itself. There are two main components of the OTC market: the OTC bulletin board and the Pink OTC Markets. These are merely conduits for the trading and unlike the NYSE and NASDAQ, they do not have strict eligibility rules, if any. This translates into greater risk for investors.

What are the Differences Between the Markets?

  • The NYSE is the oldest stock exchange in the United States. Dating to 1792, the NYSE has a physical trading floor where shares of stock are bought and sold. The NYSE joined with Euronext in 2007. The NASDAQ is a stock market where both domestic and international common stocks are bought and sold. Stocks traded in this market must meet NASDAQ’s listing requirements. NASDAQ is a market-value weighted index, meaning that each listed company’s stock affects the greater market in proportion to the stock’s market value. There are over 5,000 companies listed on the NASDAQ. This makes it the largest stock market index. The primary difference between the OTC market and the NYSE and NASDAQ is that the OTC market is decentralized. OTC markets do not trade equities that are listed on national exchanges, such as NASDAQ or the NYSE.

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Top Ten All New “Advanced” OTC Axioms (a work in progress) by vantilliantrader

Top Ten All New “Advanced” OTC Axioms (a work in progress) by vantillian 
Author: vantillian already completed 25 Axioms here: http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=30835203 
If you have not done so already I would encourage you to read them as they’ve been around long enough to have a proven track record of helping investors in the online world. Here are some unsolicited testimonials: http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=57729224 
These new “advanced” axioms are another humble attempt to help folks that are crazy/daring/reckless/stupid enough to buy penny stocks.  
I still consider myself an OTC “student” as opposed to “master”. But I’ve got several years of OTC (think “penny stock” whenever you see “OTC”) experience under my belt, some scars, a few trophies, and I’ve diligently and consistently sought to approach OTC trading and investing philosophically where using fundamental, bedrock, axiomatic truth results in the best market decisions. 
(I would exhort you to take a break if you think you’ve arrived.) 
Remember, an “axiom” is a principle or truth that stands alone without the need for proof. They just are. Abraham Lincoln might use the phrase “self-evident” to describe axiomatic truth. So, I don’t seek to present a case with well-structured arguments to “prove” these axioms…they are designed to stand alone and to either be accepted or rejected. And, if accepted, to serve as the foundation of one’s thinking and decision making on the OTC. Build your structures upon the solid ground of correct and accurate truth! Consider these axioms as sunglasses with colored lenses that will filter/color/define everything you see across the OTC landscape. We all work from mostly the same pool of facts and data…how we interpret it all makes the crucial difference. 
There will be some overlap between these axioms and the other axioms, but that’s okay. 
So, here are 10 Advanced OTC Axioms: 
1. The Pigs Can Fly Axiom. Anything can run! I have basically stopped “warning” people about scammy, scummy, crummy companies because there have been several times when my warnings inadvertently kept people from making dough as the stock went through the roof. Anything can fly! The nastiest wart-covered, fat, sloppy mess-of-a-hog can grow wings if some hedge fund or some promo or some inexplicable force gets behind it. This is part of the allure of the OTC, I guess. Sometimes things happen in pennyland that leave even the most seasoned veterans slack jawed. You will never master the OTC for this reason! The law of gravity sometimes vanishes for an indeterminate amount of time but it always returns with vigor at some point. Sometimes, the really scammy companies run like the wind because you’ve got a fearless, no-conscience CEO tossing out insane revenue projections and/or fictitious buyout offers and/or anything that keeps the shiny object attractive just a little bit longer. (Also, understand that many times those posters yelling the loudest against scammy companies are trading the stock too! Perhaps it makes them feel better about their profits. Who knows. Where there is volatility, there is money to be made.) 
2. The Horse Apples Axiom. This axiom is closely related to the Pigs-Can-Fly Axiom. Realize that penny stocks are like dung. All of them. If you have chosen to buy a penny stock then you have chosen to purchase poo-poo. Now, sometimes crap can make people a lot of money (think fertilizer companies and/or Mad Max Beyond the Thunderdome), but when you position yourself to defend or support your favorite penny stock company what you have essentially chosen is to become an advocate for doo-doo. I know this is a troubling mental image but it is accurate. “Hey, it’s crap! Don’t buy it!” insists the do-good crusader. Yeah, we know. They *all* are. What matters is if it will MOVE. What matters is if there is POTENTIAL for gains/volatility there. What matters is what the masses BELIEVE. What are you going to do Captain-Save-The-Planet? Tell them how bad that poop smells compared to that not-so-bad smelling dung over yonder? 
3. The Socrates Axiom. You can’t really be sure of anything. You will become a savvier trader when you embrace this. In the perception-driven world of the OTC, I would have to agree with Socrates that purported that: “the only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.” (Debating whether or not you can really know for sure that you know nothing is another matter. Just work with me on this.) You can’t be sure of the share structure. You can’t be sure of that large European holder that you just *know* is waiting to sell his eleven million shares until after the stock hits a dollar. You can’t be sure of the guy/gal that gave you the tip. You can’t be sure that the numbers in the press release are correct. You can’t be sure how much stock is going to hit the street next week. Understand that non-dilutive contracts often mean absolutely nothing to these penny CEOs. Should a marketplace like this actually exist? That’s a good question, too. But for now, it does, and there is money to be made on it for those that understand it by never understanding it. 
4. The Share Swelling Axiom. Every stock gets diluted, period. If it’s not the company diluting, it’s ancient restricted shares coming off restriction. Or maybe it’s an escrow account that managed to stay hidden from the latest NOBO. Or maybe it’s an old cert some funder or accredited investor forgot about in his filing cabinet and he just found it. If it’s not one thing then it is another. There are many clever and creative means whereby the float on your cherished stock can GROW QUICKLY. Trusting that the stock’s float will remain stable is like having a tailgate party on a small lake that has quickly frozen over, inviting the entire town to come out, and trusting that the ice will hold up under the weight. Ain’t gonna happen. Sure, you’ll have a great time on the ice for awhile but something’s gonna give. When a stock is trading at a high price per share and there is liquidity at higher price ranges, the temptation is overwhelming for someone who has the power and ability to add shares to the float to do so. Oftentimes, stocks can and do go up when there is responsible dilution. And sometimes they even go up with irresponsible dilution (see Advanced Axiom #1). Penny stocks *all* dilute folks. Why would they be putting out press releases and hiring IR firms and shucking rumors if there wasn’t money to be made. And how do these companies make money? After all, they went public to raise money…and the way making money is done is through the *sale of more shares.* All of them dilute…even the ones that proclaim loudly that they are doing a share buyback. Think: how much of a buyback is it if they dilute twice as many as they buy? Maybe you’re a noobie to OTC investing and you’re thinking: “People would actually do that?” Yes, yes, YES they would do that (and they DO)! In fact, the louder the company and/or posters insist that the float is stable the more leery I become. Recently I got my butt handed to me because I neglected this axiom and boldly challenged a poster about the share structure of a stock I persisted remained unchanged. The very next day the transfer agent was called and we discovered that the scumbag CEO had diluted by about 5% of the outstanding. There’s always a reason why your favorite stock is getting buzzed about. Even if a stock’s run starts out as purely organic (which I believe can and does happen at times), understand there are forces out there that can add supply in amounts that will utterly cripple demand. 
5. The Friends and Family Axiom. Sometimes the pre-promo *IS* the promo. Do you understand what I mean by “pre-promo?” Here’s an example of what I mean: “Hey bud, head’s up on XYZX. Hearing massive push coming next week with loads of overseas money coming into it.” If you’ve been online for any amount of time you’ve likely received a private or public message similar to this! Understand that sometimes the friends and family (i.e. “pre-promo” or “pre-push”) program IS the program. In other words, sometimes YOU are the promo without knowing that you are the promo. Your dollars. Your money. Your stupidity. You bought in on the hype and hope of a promo but you were the promo. The push that is coming is happening right now. Today! By YOU. When some friendly tipster tells you they know a push is coming on some ticker, it’s time to start asking A LOT of questions before you buy unless the rumor originates from a semi-trustworthy source. Which, when considered carefully, the idea of a semi-trustworthy source is a misnomer because he/she is likely trusting an altogether un-proven, un-trustworthy source for their information. Remember, the information you receive is likely two or three steps removed from the origin. And many times the people that are the origins of information would make the devil blush. Digest this. I’m trying to help you here. This is not a friendly world. 
6. The Profit Axiom. If you’re not selling, you’re not making money. This axiom is not original with me but it is so good and true! Evaluate your trading activity over the last 2-3 months. How many bags are you holding because you were holding out for more profit? If you are holding bags that could’ve been sold for a profit, shame on you. Seriously, that’s just not good investing. The future is now. What are you waiting for? If the stock went up 300% over a period of years what would you do at the end of that time? Take profits. So why is it different for you to take profits a few days (or perhaps even hours) after you purchase a stock? Think in percentages. All pigs eventually get slaughtered. Good rule of thumb is to take some profit at 50% and some at 100% and then ride freebies. Be a disciplined person in an undisciplined world. You will win. 
7. The Matrix Axiom. Discipline your mind to think *reality* though you invest in a realm almost exclusively dominated by *perception.* Why? Because “perception” can only take you so far. It’s Wonderland! But it sure seems real for a time! It’s like the guy that married a beauty queen. His perception of her was that she was staggeringly gorgeous! But the morning after his wedding night he woke up to reality in his bed. She didn’t wake up a beauty queen! It took a lot of work! Think of the OTC as “The Matrix.” Remember when Neo would get plugged in to the Matrix and visit a world that was total perception? You need to discipline yourself to view OTC life through that mindset. It’s. Not. Real. But it feels so real to so many that perception does impact aspects of reality. What is real? Money. Numbers. People. The OTC is a world of perception that greatly impacts the real world of money and numbers. Understand which is which. Don’t confuse the two. Don’t lose yourself. Swallow the blue pill. Remember, perception eventually comes crashing down and reality wins every time. 
8. The Ebb and Flow Axiom. Think of each stock, each trend, each fad as having a window of time. Once the hub is seriously buzzing with the latest trend (such as “Q” stocks or “D” stocks) it’s time to start looking for the next “hot” thing. The essence of life is motion and change. Without motion and change there is no excitement, no buzz. Novelty rules the world. Most of these things tend to cycle. 
9. The Hero to Zero Axiom. Nobody stays hot forever (or for very long). If you think that you have found that guy who never makes a mistake, that guru, that golden goose…you have deceived yourself. If your “big gun” is currently blazing hot…ride the wave but don’t be left holding the bag. The most undisciplined investors stay dumb on purpose. Most investors are lazy. They are some of the laziest people I’ve ever met. They want to turn $1,000 into $10,000 by doing nothing but waiting a bit. And they want to find the next Jim Cramer to tell them where to put their initial $1,000. That’s lazy. But it’s not going to change. Some of the truths of these axioms rub me the wrong way as I type it, but I can’t change reality. The more that I can embrace these truths, remember them, and act by them…the better investor I will be. 
10. The Teamwork Shmeamwork Axiom. Teamwork on the OTC only works when there are positive vibes and the stock is uptrending. Why? Because those smart enough to realize the value of networking with other investors are also smart enough to realize those very same investors cannot be trusted. Private Ryan never gets searched for in the OTC war. Anyone that is pitching ideas of “nobody gets left behind” or “I will be the last one out” or “none of us are selling until $X amount” should not be trusted for long. I know this is harsh and will step on some toes. You, like me, have probably bought stock based on claims like this. But sometimes the truth hurts. I do not trade and invest to make buddies and friends. I trade and invest to make money. And as such, looking out for my own portfolio is the most significant factor when buying and selling securities. What is your most significant factor? Some of you may recoil a bit at this axiom and look for friendlier words from more cheery places. That’s okay, but please know this: The OTC is a battleground. People are fighting for money. Some people *kill* for money…so, deceiving you through kindness, notions of teamwork, or guilt-for-selling is STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE for more “leaders” here than you ever dared dream. Bottom line: Don’t get your need-to-belong and relational itch scratched here.  

Now, I must ask you, knowing all of the above, do you REALLY want to mess around with penny stocks? I mean…really???

In Conclusion 

Those of you that have never traded in the OTC or are just beginning to trade down here and are right now shaking your head and thinking that you somehow transcend these axioms…you will have to learn the hard way. Traders like me will end up with your money. I want to thank you in advance for helping build my portfolio.

Those of you scared out of your gourd right now…GOOD. You should be. You should realize that you’re absolutely nuts to be risking money down here (and I use the term “down here” on purpose) in the OTC!!!

Investing in the OTC is very risky. It’s riskier than Alaskan King Crab fishing! But the rewards often outweigh the risk. The lure of monster profits is too much for many of us to say “no” to. The idea of finding that one true gem in a million that becomes the next Yahoo is too strong a draw for many of us to avoid. The surge of adrenalin that comes when profiting 100% on your money within the same hour you made the trade is addicting. The fun that comes from finding friends and having a successful trade with them is indeed AWESOME.

The OTC is a crazy world that attracts some pretty crazy people…and yet I have chosen to live in this world…I have accepted the consequences of investing in the OTC. I feel safer putting my money in an OTC issue than a NASDAQ or NYSE issue because I understand the OTC.

I have written all of the above as a student, not a teacher. I will always be a student of the OTC…ever learning. I do believe that is a good attitude to have if you want to truly be a successful OTC trader/investor. I do hope that some of what I have said above will help you retain and/or build your bank!

If you want to quibble about something I’ve stated above or you’d like to tweak something to make it a little more accurate…please feel free to come and engage me on my Van Scan board here: http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/board.aspx?board_id=12481



NOTE: This material is original with me but please disperse and dispense far and wide as long as you give credit and you think it will be helpful. 

$OTHM Shareholder UPDATES: “Oriens future is PURE with Assets and Revenue :


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The PURE-ification of Oriens

Relax and PURE On


Our X- Day is upon us, be humble.

Not so long ago, companies like C, YRCW and GM were either reversing or going bankrupt. There were no ticker tape parades for their efforts to stave off distinction, only disgruntled shareholders and commentators who chose to quarterback the board of directors every decision in a negative light.

Let’s be honest, we too have several Market quarterbacks out there. They are disenfranchised haters/bashers and are more than willing to tell us where we went wrong.  But at the end of the day, they are just names on a blog; they do not sit on the Board of Directors of this Company, and they for sure are not CNBC commentators. What they lack in knowledge, they make up for in tenacity in speaking mistruths on various websites.

Oriens future is PURE. The Company did what it had to do. It was set in motion months ago.  Shareholders have been advised of the CEO’s intentions the entire time. There are no surprises here…move along, there is nothing to see – if all you want to do is second guess.

At the end of the day a company has to first, do what it can to survive, then, do what it must to grow; especially when you are a company with assets and revenue.  This Company has done both.

Your humbled Team


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Costa Rican Times Publishes Article on Oriens/Pure Hospitality Solutions

Oriens Travel and Hotel Management Acquires Interest in Bahia Encantada Condos in Jaco

The Costa Rican Times did an excellent article on Oriens/ Pure Hospitality Solutionsyesterday. We encourage shareholders and interested parties to read this informative piece. It highlights The Bahia Encantada and all her amenities, from personal services to location, and everything in-between.

The Bahia Encantada is the first property purchased since the company merged with ENetwork de Costa Rica. This stunning facility boasts two and three bedroom condos as well as penthouses. These units/condo’s are rented daily or weekly.

With peak tourism around the corner, Team Oriens/Pure remind everyone “The goal is to rent all of the Bahia Encantada units. This means nice and consistent cash flows for the 4th Quarter of 2014 and 1st Quarter of 2015. So if you are a stakeholder, you may want to help achieve the goal of the company and market those condos!”


Team Oriens/Pure

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The Entropy of Oriens – PART I

Good Morning Shareholders of Oriens/PURE Hospitality Solutions!

EMBRACE CHANGE NOW as today I want speak with you about the Entropy of Oriens.

First, as defined by the Merriam Webster online dictionary (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/entropy), Entropy is:

  1. a measure of the unavailable energy in a closed thermodynamic system that is also usually considered to be a measure of the system’s disorder, that is a property of the system’s state, and that varies directly with any reversible change in heat in the system and inversely with the temperature of the system; broadly : the degree of disorder or uncertainty in a system
  1. a: the degradation of the matter and energy in the universe to an ultimate state of inert uniformity

b: a process of degradation or running down or a trend to disorder

  1. chaos, disorganization, randomness

Sound familiar?

For all of you science buffs, this would in-part describe the ‘Big Bang Theory.’

The key idea of this cosmological model is that the universe is expanding from a much denser past. Whereby the genesis of today’s modern world stems from a single source which was once tightly organized and extremely controlled. This of course until the BANG!   Then came absolute chaos.

Before I go on, I want for you to imagine having a nice tall glass of water. Mmmm.

Now drop it.   What happens when that glass meets the floor? The impact causes the glass to shatter, break and disburse into dozens if not hundreds of pieces and particles of glass. The water goes everywhere, even places not realized. This is the BANG!

Now… no matter what you do, there is no force in the entire universe that can perfectly bring that glass back together again, returning every single drop of water to its contents. The chaos remains. Just like with the universe, the chaos from the BANG ensued and there is no force in the universe that will ever bring it back to the same exact and precise origin.

Thus, in essence, Entropy is ultimately the measure of the disorder of a system.

Entropy = (Boltzmann’s constant k) x logarithm of number of possible states = k log(N)


The only thing that can be done in the case of Entropy, is to create order from disorder by introducing balancing elements in to the chaos.

In the case of the glass of water, you grab a broom and a mop… maybe even a vacuum to make sure you picked up all of the microscopic pieces the naked eye missed, and get to cleaning up the mess and disorganization created by the drop.

The universe began its ‘clean up,’ or, creating order from disorder, by introducing the balancing element of cooling; cooling itself enough to allow for the formation of protons, neutrons, electrons, etc. Then, depending on what you believe, over the next 10 to 15 billion years came the creation of the ‘heavens and earth.’

What the heck does this have to do with Oriens? Everything.

Oriens wasn’t always the Oriens you know today. You know… this chaos called Oriens that so many of you shareholders have come accustomed to living with. So much so, that for whatever reason, you actually wish so desperately to hold on to the Oriens you know today.

However, this is not the original Oriens. No, not at all.

Oriens stemmed from a very controlled idea. An idea of creating an impressive booking engine model that would be ahead of its time. A model that would take advantage of new internet protocols which would ultimately push Oriens branding and booking model to the forefront.

However, as soon as that purest idea was taken and introduced into the micro-cap public environment… BANG! Chaos ensued, and disorder began.

Oriens originated from the good intentions of Mr. Ken Chua. He had amazing dreams. He had a notion of what Oriens would set out to do. Of what Oriens should become. Of what Oriens would bring to the micro-cap marketplace. Sadly, that notion was quickly eradicated and utterly disrupted by the grossly negative influences of the micro-cap markets.

Toxic fundings, naked shorters, board bashers, expensive self-serving I.R. campaigns, misuse of relevant and irrelevant information, the lack of a well-balanced legal/operational environment for the micro-cap markets, etc. None of these elements contributed to an organized, controlled and ‘orderly’ deployment and/or development of a sincere idea.

But I am here to tell all of the shareholders of Oriens…., that it is ok.   Do not fret, because just as Chef Didier (Grard Depardieu) tells Georgia (Queen Latifah) in the adaptation of J.B. Priestley’s LAST HOLIDAY, “It’s not how you start, but how you finish!”

I need the shareholders of Oriens to understand one thing. The Company as you once knew it, was in chaos. Oriens was holding an unimaginable amount of debt, with little to no assets, minimal revenue if any at all, and just enough incompetence at the executive level to cause a lot of discomfort. I am confident that this reverse split will cause far less discomfort in comparison, and support the true value that has already been delivered to the Company through this acquisition/merger.

As Keith Meister would say, ‘Embrace change now,’ as I intend to run this Company with no care for what once was, but to focus solely on what is and what must be accomplished.

My job is not to bring Oriens to its original state. No force in the known universe can reverse that kind of disorder.   BUT, what I can do… and what WE will do together, is begin to shift the balance of disorder to order. This will be done by introducing the following “cooling” elements:

  • Inserting quantifiable assets into Oriens… CHECK
  • Begin generating revenues… CHECK
  • Develop a viable, deployable business plan… CHECK
  • Reverse split the stock & restructure company… Next Step

Fellow shareholders, I mean business here!

I for one cannot live in a universe of complete disorder and chaos. Anyone who dares complain about a reverse split as a means to begin balancing the chaos currently known as OTHM is either an idiot, or a self-serving selfish jerk who cares nothing about the overall growth and value of this Company. If that idiot or self-serving selfish jerk be you, consider yourself warned. Go find some other Company to try and keep in disorder. The universe of Oriens will cool and continue to expand; creating extraordinary galaxies, bright stars and wonderful worlds to explore.

Believe me when I tell you we will not get there overnight. It might even take getting the crap kicked out of us every now and again to develop as wonderfully as we will. But the take away here ladies and gentlemen, just like our earth and universe as you know it today, with persistence and a conscious and continuous mindfulness of balancing disorder, the Oriens universe will become a magnificent place to behold. I can only hope that you will be amongst its inhabitants at that time.

Embrace Change Now.   Next step… reverse split… the ultimate cooling element.


Melvin Pereira
President & CEO

Excerpt Bullet Points from CEO

Over the next six months, I intend to: 

  • Complete the merger of E-Net and Oriens;
  • Integrate our current assets into Oriens;
  • Complete any viable open acquisitions Oriens began;
  • Raise additional capital;
  • Look to add one or two additional properties to the real estate portfolio before year-end;
  • Rename, rebrand, restructure and reposition the Company;
  • Complete the audit with a view to up-list to a higher exchange;
  • Re-launch the retooled version of the FROL online booking engine;
  • Re-launch the HotelPure brand under new image and business model; and,
  • Begin creating a comprehensive GDS packaging system to make this Company a viable candidate for possible partnerships with airlines and hotel chains.