Constructive Interference: Developing the brain's telepathic potential (Paperback)
The writer (who once described their perspective as being somewhere between a Euro-agnostic and an incremental intergovernmentalist, with leanings towards functionalism - specifically, neo-functionalism - rarely, if ever, subscribing to the purely federalist viewpoint, given that their suspicions of supranationalism were equal only to their fears of not-so-splendid political and economic isolation) takes on the granddaddy of all contemporary debates. No, not Brexit But rather, how best to apply extrasensory effects in the 'post-Brexit' era.
Today, the importance of promoting balanced-minded people to be custodians of telepathically-induced effects more than justifies the line taken in this book - namely, a polemical approach which cuts through state-sponsored disinformation, fake news and official denials. Moreover, with religion unrepresentative of the cosmos and humanism unrepresentative of humanity, an urgent revision of both is called for - with this book introducing the mind cycle, cognitive-nervous-endocrine axis and dark sciences in lieu of misleading orthodox explanations.
Ever mindful of the possibilities, the writer began lobbying on these issues in the 1990s, whilst working as an Officer of the Supreme Court (with IMPART, as their campaign became known, petitioning Prime Ministers, MPs and government departments). Later, as both the writer's and heteronnubial co-author's minds cyclically converged, WOMEN IMPART was born. Significantly, women possess an axial advantage, making women's best instincts, as Constructive Interference now attests, a compelling template for the balanced-minded application of extrasensory effects.