Mark Hamilton is an American author best known for his Neothink® Manuscripts. Over two million Neothink® Manuscripts have been sold in over 200 countries in 12 languages to a selective audience over the past three decades.
Mark is also a business owner, entrepreneur and a family man. His first and foremost passion is the love he feels for his family. Life goes by too fast to miss the precious time he spends with them. Mr. Hamilton refers to those precious times together with loved ones as “the celebrations” in his writings…celebrating life and love.
Mark Hamilton’s greatest lifelong pursuit is to cure aging and eliminate death. (His 2800-page book The Prime Cure presents my overwhelming lifelong mission.) Preserving people’s lives for eternity on Peoplepedia® — or electronic immortality — is a satisfying small step toward his bigger goal of biological immortality.
Mark is also driven to raise the prosperity of the human race. To that end, he developed breakthrough business and political paradigms (as seen in his non-fiction writings) to raise our prosperity both individually (via business) and universally (via politics).
Mark Hamilton wants people to feel what it would (and could!) be like living in a world that fulfills the potential of the human race — so he pursued writing his fiction trilogy (Superpuzzle, 1200-pages) that allows people to feel the Twelve Visions World, a new world that engages his Neothink® business and political paradigms and eventually brings us biological immortality. Indeed, life becomes so rich and rewarding in the Twelve Visions World that people do not want to die. And civilization becomes so free and unburdened by politics that the cures to complex fatal diseases including aging itself rise to the overwhelming popular demand for biological immortality. To bring those wonderful feelings to children too, Mark is currently working with legendary comic writer Alan Grant (Batman, Judge Dred, Anarky) to adapt his 1200-page trilogy to a 500-page graphic novel for teens and kids. Mark wants everyone to know and never give up on the life they were meant to have.
After reading The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand as a boy, Mark Hamilton fell in love with architecture, especially with awe-inspiring buildings and structures. His jaw dropped upon seeing a rendering on the front page of the USA Today of the Grand Canyon Skywalk boldly jutting over the edge of the Grand Canyon, a beautiful horseshoe-shaped glass bridge cantilevered over the edge, 4000 feet above the canton floor! To fulfill his love for architecture, Mark pursued David Jin who conceived the idea, and they spent marathon sessions together designing the twenty-five-thousand square foot building that houses the Grand Canyon Skywalk.
Mark Hamilton is a best-selling author. He co-wrote his first book with his father and William S., Neocheating: The Rising Menace to Poker, Blackjack, Bridge and Gin in 1979.
This book Neocheating is a metaphor for the rise of hard-to-detect neocheating in the political world. Mark published his second book Neo-Tech Control: Rapid Power and Wealth Through Iron-Grip Control Over Everything That Moves in 1985. This book Neo-Tech Control is his breakthrough time-management program. Mark published his third book (750-pages, two volumes) Neo-Tech Cosmic Business Control in 1989. This book Neo-Tech Cosmic Business Control is his definitive early work on Neo-Tech® before concentrating on my Neothink® works.
My Neo-Tech®/Neothink® works to date include:
Neocheating: The Rising Menace to Poker, Blackjack, Bridge and Gin (1979, 178 pages)
Neo-Tech Control: Rapid Power and Wealth Through Iron-Grip Control Over Everything That Moves (1985, 80 pages)
The Grand Event (1987, 6 audiocassette tapes)
Neo-Tech Cosmic Business Control: (1989, 750 pages, two volumes)
Happiness Forever (1990, 272 pages)
A Future of Wealth Belongs To You (1992, 283 pages)
The Kick-Start Report (1992, 50 pages)
Hot Tips: The Ultimate Guidebook (1993, 245 pages)
The Self-Leader (1993, 110 pages)
Will America Go Neo-Tech? (1995, 450 pages)
God-Man/Neo-Tech Decoded (1999, 1037 pages)
The First Immortals (retitled: Conceiving the Superpuzzle) (2000, 420 pages)
God-Like Powers (2002, 444 pages)
Twelve Visions (2002, 421 pages)
The Neothink System (2004, 330 pages)
Putting Together the Pieces (2006, 400 pages)
Beholding the Puzzle-Picture (2006, 390 pages)
3000-Year-Old Secret (retitled: The Life You Were Meant To Have) (2007/2009, 300 pages)
Neothink Inside Secrets (2011, 529 pages)
Forbidden Revelation (2012, 528 pages)
Neothink Inner-Circle Secrets (2012, 965 pages)
Neothink Superpuzzle (2013, 1216 pages)
The Prime Cure (2013, 2800 pages)
Neocheating, Neo-Tech, Neothink (2015, 2300 pages)