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.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas was founded as a small branch college in 1957. Today, it is a thriving urban research institution in Las Vegas that offers undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral degree programs. The Economics Department at UNLV is a part of the Lee Business School.
The Lee Business School recently earned accreditation with the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB International), a global nonprofit that promotes the highest standards in business education. The rigorous standards of AACSB International accreditation are met by only 15 percent of business schools.
Mark Hamilton is a political activist and founder of the Twelve Visions Party most known for his Neothink Manuscripts on a variety of topics, including business, politics, economics, religion, and self-improvement. Outside his work for the Neothink Society, Mark Hamilton is a financial backer of projects such as the Grand Canyon Skywalk.
The Grand Canyon Skywalk offers awe-inspiring views of the Grand Canyon about which visitors could previously only dream. Consisting of a glass platform 2,000 feet above the canyon floor and jutting out 70 feet over the west rim, the Skywalk gives visitors the impression of walking on air over the canyon. The structure itself features a U-shaped cantilevered glass walkway strong enough to support a dozen 747 airplanes and withstand 100-mile-per-hour winds.
Conceptualized in 1996, the Skywalk was the brainchild of Las Vegas businessman David Jin, who partnered with Las Vegas-based Lochsa Engineering to complete the project. After the team agreed that a site along the canyon’s west rim on the Hualapai Indian Reservation would be the best location for the Skywalk, planning and construction were completed in just over a decade. It was opened to the public in a private ceremony, during which Buzz Aldrin led the first group of walkers, on March 20, 2007.
Skywalk access requires the purchase of an appropriate tour package, such as the Legacy Gold Package sold by the Grand Canyon Resort Corporation and Grand Canyon West, with a Skywalk ticket. Legacy Gold Package tickets begin at just under $81 per person and include photo opportunities with Hualapai members, shuttle transport, and a meal at the purchaser’s viewpoint of choice. Certain Las Vegas Grand Canyon tours also include tickets for the Skywalk.
For information more on the Grand Canyon Skywalk or to learn about ticket opportunities, visit www.grandcanyon.com.
Neothink Society and Twelve Visions Party (TVP) founder Mark Hamilton possesses over three decades of experience in political activism and has published numerous works on business, economics, health, psychology, and religion. Mark Hamilton serves Neothink Society members across the country through the Neothink Clubhouse network.
Clubhouses serve the purpose of providing socialization with like-minded individuals and stimulating dialogue on topics regarding Prime Literature, Prime Law, and other Neothink Society concepts. Designed to encourage communication between members, they provide the tools that enable senior mentors and Prime Literature believers alike to incorporate literature policies and practices into their daily lives. Furthermore, they unite members in taking action to move the world forward and actively supporting Neothink’s political platform, TVP.
Members of the society can find Clubhouse locations in over a dozen states, with new locations continuing to emerge. Whereas Clubhouses are planned for Canada and Hawaii, they already exist in Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, and Texas. Furthermore, Clubhouses will offer their own series of events and meetings for members within their state.
A political activist and economist, Neothink Society founder Mark Hamilton has established a successful career promoting Neothink teachings through more than 2 million manuscripts. Away from the society, Mark Hamilton enjoys supporting unique projects, such as the Grand Canyon Skywalk.
Located on the western rim of the Grand Canyon, the Skywalk was built on the Hualapai tribe’s Eagle Point. Its horseshoe-shaped bridge stands 4,000 feet above ground and includes glass flooring that extends 70 feet beyond the rim’s edge. The structure can withstand harsh conditions, such as extreme winters and forceful winds, and can hold more than 71 million pounds of weight.
Upon arrival, visitors are asked to store all personal belongings in a locker to avoid loss and prevent dropping items on the glass floor. For added safety, young children must have the ability to walk on their own to enter the bridge.
The attraction is accessible by road or air. The latter takes 45 minutes from Las Vegas, Nevada, and gives visitors the opportunity to view other sites, including Hoover Dam and Lake Mead, on their way to the Skywalk.
A graduate of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Mark Hamilton is the founder of the Neothink Society. To further expand the ideals of the Neothink system, Mark Hamilton also developed the Twelve Visions Party, a group that represents the organization’s principles in American politics.
The Twelve Visions Party operates under the principles of an idea called Prime Law. The fundamentals of Prime Law include the belief that humans were meant to live happily and prosperously, and that a government is meant to facilitate its citizens’ ability to live this way by remaining honest and not using force to intimidate people.
If put in power, the Twelve Visions Party would aim to add an amendment to the US Constitution outlawing the use of initiatory force by groups, governments, and individuals. Members of the party assert that this will free mankind and promote the unrestricted growth of science, research, and business. Furthermore, Twelve Visions Party members believe that taking the politicization out of these sectors would result in an ideal society.
The Twelve Visions Party saw its first candidate run for president of the United States in 2012, when Jill Reed campaigned with running mate Tom Cary.