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The Twelve Visions Party: Supporting and Protecting the Individual

Mark Hamilton has written many books on life, politics, culture, and economics from the perspective of his Neothink philosophy. He has also founded a political party called Twelve Visions. 166 more words

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4-22-2016 The Friday Night Mentor Call

Chapter 65, pp.654-657, was presented as a Casted Call in a theatre setting: Rosa read the Senator & Ziggy, Bill read Daniel/little Danny & Sam, and Elaine was Narrator. 167 more words

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4-15-2016 The Friday Night Mentor Call

Chapter 64, pp.650-653, was presented as a Casted Call in a theatre setting: Marvin read the Senator, Josh read Manny, Maricela read the Explosives expert, Rosa read the Electronics expert & Narrator 1, Bill read Ralley, and Elaine was Narrator 2. 95 more words

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The Bicameral Mind

Mark Hamilton is a prolific writer and the founder of the Neothink Society. In his many books on economics, politics, and culture applying the Neothink philosophy, Mark Hamilton draws on a psychological concept from Dr. 176 more words

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April 12, 2016 Vision Seven - Romantic Love!

What sustains those falling-in-love feelings?  What happened to those feelings that were present when you first came together with someone who caught your eye?  What are you seeking?   183 more words

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Lee Business School Earns AACSB Accreditation

Author of Neocheating: The Rising Menace to Poker, Blackjack, Bridge and Gin, Mark Hamilton is a contemporary author, Neothink philosopher, businessman, and political activist. Mark Hamilton, founder of the Neothink Society, graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) with a bachelor of science in economics. 116 more words

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Jordan talks to Tim from Ash about their new Album and more.

“Kablammo” is ASH’s 6th album which comes eight years after “Twilight Of The Innocents,” the album Ash vowed would be their last. However, the trio returned with renewed enthusiasm for playing together which is writ large over the album’s 12 tracks and the ‘in your face’ quality which has made ASH one of the UK’s best -loved bands.

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