Mission Statement

To reach and influence the people of the Earth to seek out truth for themselves.

About Visualize

Why is Visualize called a church? Our Founder, Satoshi Panda, once said, we should believe and have so much faith in the attainment of our freedom it should seem as it’s our religion. Visualize is a church of Freedom.

One thing we can all agree on is every time we made an attempt to believe or have faith in anything, we’ve always ran into a brick wall whenever we’ve tried to look deeper into it. Have you ever asked yourself why? The answer is simple. It is because, this is how society was remade to be by those who truly have the power. 

In order to figure out our place in this life, we must unlearn everything and see the world as it really is.  Visualize the reality you want and make it the reality you have

As a member of Visualize the only thing asked of you is to set a goal of spiritual enlightenment and true freedom.

No matter your background, race, sexual orientation or previous religious belief, there is an open door for you.

Our Goals

If you would like to see a list of our goals and what’s required of our members. Please click here.

Word from our Founder

We are not a 5013c Church, we will be applying for 508 Status.

Section 508(c)(1)(A) states that “churches, their integrated auxiliaries, and conventions or associations of churches” are a mandatory exception to section 501(c)(3), they are already tax exempt without notifying or applying to the government under section 501(c)(3). Churches receive the same tax exempt status and benefits as a 501(c)(3) organization, without the partnership with the government. We do not have to lose our voice!

Sec. 508. — Special rules with respect to section 501c3 organizations

(a) New organizations must notify Secretary that they are applying for recognition of section 501(c)(3) status

Except as provided in subsection (c), an organization organized after October 9, 1969, shall not be treated as an organization described in section 501(c)(3)

(c) Exceptions

(1) Mandatory exceptions

(A) churches, their integrated auxiliaries, and conventions or associations of churches, or

In IRS Publication 526, Charitable Contributions, the IRS once again states that churches are qualified organizations and do not need to apply to the IRS:

“You can deduct your contributions only if you make them to a qualified organization. To become a qualified organization, most organizations other than churches and governments, as described below, must apply to the IRS.”

Examples. The following list gives some examples of qualified organizations.

Churches, a convention or association of churches, temples, synagogues, mosques, and other religious organizations.”

And according to IRS Publication 557,Tax-Exempt Status for Your Organization:

Churches. Although a church, its integrated auxiliaries, or a convention or association of churches is not required to file Form 1023 to be exempt from federal income tax or to receive tax deductible contributions, the organization may find it advantageous to obtain recognition of exemption.”

As shown in the examples above and the IRS code itself, a church does not have to apply to or notify the government (state or federal) of its tax exempt status, we are already established as a separate creature from the state. We need to remain separated from the state and not join in any type of partnership that would create a yoke between the church and government, no matter what “benefits” they may mislead us to believe are available.

Note: The church as described under IRC 508(c)(1)(A) in this article is also known as a “Free Church”.