Monday, November 28, 2016

The Twelve Visions Party and Elimination of Threatening Force

As head of the Neothink Society, author and philosopher Mark Hamilton oversees a think tank with published works encompassing health, religion, economics, and self-improvement. Over the decades, Mark Hamilton's activities through the Neothink Society have extended to politics and ultimately led to his founding of the Twelve Visions Party

The transformative party operates on core principles of doing away with traditional leadership. This concept was initially set out in the early 1990s manifesto A Future of Wealth Belongs to You, which outlined the idea of initiatory, or threatening, force. Through the use of power toward private ends, certain leaders have been able to amass wealth and power to which they are not entitled. At the same time, they have made citizens act in ways that were counter to their shared interests. 

With the Twelve Visions Party, Mr. Hamilton envisions the formation of a political system that is robust enough to refute the imperatives of initiatory force, or “rule of man.” In particular, people will no longer be subject to government overreach, with its fundamental emphasis on obeying orders. In 2012, the Twelve Visions Party achieved national prominence when it ran Jill Reed as a write-in candidate in the presidential election.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Neothink Society Selective Membership

The son of scientist and philosopher Dr. Frank R. Wallace, Mark Hamilton is the founder of the Neothink Society.

The Neothink Society is an organization of individually selected members who have access to the broad writings and self-improvement manuscripts of Mark Hamilton. The society employs an extremely rigid member selection process that includes analysis, computer algorithms, profiling, and staff discussions. The selection process has been in place for several decades.

A potential Neothink Society member that is selected is notified via a First Class letter in the mail. Although portions of Neothink writings are available to the general public, a candidate must respond to the letter to receive orientation material and full access to society works. The primary reason for the private and protected nature of society membership is the establishment-challenging nature of Mr. Hamilton’s manuscripts. The society includes 2 million members who steadfastly follow the writings of its creator.

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Neothink Founder Discusses the Cure to Major Diseases and Aging

Economist, political activist, publisher, and author Mark Hamilton is the Neothink Society’s founder. He is widely acknowledged for his work, the Neothink Manuscripts. Translated in 12 languages and distributed in over 200 countries, Mark Hamilton’s Neothink Manuscripts discuss a variety of topics, including health. In his 2800-page Magnum Opus, The Prime Cure, he asserts that major diseases, as well as aging, can be cured.

Mark Hamilton believes that because of people’s mundane job structures and lifestyles, life itself becomes undesirable. With no desire to extend life, people become more susceptible to diseases and old age. In The Prime Cure, he proposes a solution which includes psychological and political modifications. These involve specific steps to complex structural changes that can motivate people to lead creation-driven lives.

Hamilton also emphasizes that shifts in the political structure, which he calls the Prime-Law-based political movement, will motivate scientists and businesses to create life-extension cures. Obstacles that delay research and development are eradicated in this movement, thus encouraging an aggressive pursuit to find the cure for diseases and aging.

Friday, May 20, 2016

A Brief Overview of the Grand Canyon Skywalk

Owner of the Neothink Society, Mark Hamilton has garnered a following that seeks his knowledge of business, health, religion, and politics. In addition to guiding Neothink followers, Mark Hamilton is a supporter of the Grand Canyon Skywalk.

In Grand Canyon West, visitors can venture out over the rock formation to view surrounding sites atop a glass bridge. Known as the Skywalk, the horseshoe-shaped infrastructure juts out from the canyon walls and is suspended 4,000 feet in the air. This gives people full view of the riverbed below and Eagle Point, a natural rock structure that resembles the bird for which it is named.

To ensure the safety of its visitors, the Skywalk only allows photographs to be taken by visitors from the side. When walking the structure, all personal belongings must be locked away in provided lockers. Professional photography is performed by designated personnel to avoid risk of dropping items on the glass surface. Individuals interested in visiting with children should be aware that kids must have the ability to walk on their own to be permitted on the Skywalk.