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Brett Fletcher

May 18, 1962 -

Brett Fletcher, born May 18, 1962, is a native of Northern California. His writings are influenced by ancient sacred texts as well as a variety of esoteric works. He received a Graduate of Theology degree (Th.G) in 1990 and Master of Science - Psychology (M.S.Psy) in 2007. For fifteen years, Brett has worked in the Mental Health field under such titles as: Mental Health Counselor, Mental Health Rehabilitation Specialist and Rehabilitation Therapist II.

His writings and poetry were previously published in England, India, Canada and the United States of America. ZENU U ATU was first published in 2006, and is on record at The Library of Congress. His latest book, REFLECTIONS OF POLITICAL AND RELIGIOUS STRONGHOLDS was released in 2008, then revised in 2009, and is the most controversial of his writings. He attempts to demonstrate the clinical usefulness of LSD 25, and how both political and religious viewpoints have halted the progression of psychology and psychiatry, as well as the sciences in general.

References: Published writings and poetry:

Cosmic Trend (Mississauga, Ontario) Poetry Anthologies – Sacred Climaxes (1990), Beyond Desire (1991)

Prakalpana Movement Kobisena and Prakalpana Literature (Calcutta, India – 1992)

Poetry Break Journal and Being Journal (Los Angeles, California - 1989 to 1993)

Articles published on Spiritual Minds.Com (2006 to present.)

The Library of Congress (ZENU U ATU – 2008)

Prakalpana Movement - Wikipedia (Contributing writer / poet)

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