The author of the Neothink Manuscripts, Mark Hamilton is also the founder of the Twelve Visions Party, which is part of his Neothink Society.
The Twelve Visions Party is based on the idea that every government in society has used force. The Twelve Visions Party, however, seeks to eliminate the use of force.
One of the main ideas of the Twelve Visions Party states, “The purpose of human live is to prosper and live happily.” The Twelve Visions Party’s Prime Law also states that the government will “provide the conditions that let individuals fulfill that purpose.”
Mark Hamilton believes that if the use of force in government was banished, individuals would have the ability to be happy, wealthy, and prosperous. Hamilton also believes that in this way of life, it would be easier for scientific research to occur and business would flourish.
The Twelve Visions Party has had some success in the political arena. In the 2012 general presidential election, the party’s candidates were in seventh place and in 2013, a Twelve Visions Party member came in third in the race to fill Senator John Kerry’s seat.
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. The party is the political branch of Mark Hamilton’s Neothink Society think tank.
The Twelve Visions party aims to put the needs of each individual above any specific class or voting segment of the population. Here, Democratic values of tolerance, acceptance, and protection for all are appreciated, as are the Republican values of fiscal responsibility and limited government. These values have been corrupted, however, by these parties’ desire to gain power. By taking on the good qualities of both sides and correcting the drive towards power, the Twelve Visions party would create a system that allows for the health, wealth, and protection of each individual.
The guiding principle for the Twelve Visions party is the Prime Law, which holds that the purpose of government is to help each individual achieve his purpose: to prosper and be happy. By prohibiting initiatory force, coercion, or fraud, the Prime Law guarantees those conditions, thus allowing the individual and society to evolve and thrive.
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.