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  Clements, Geoffrey
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AffiliationNatural Law  
 
NameGeoffrey Clements
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London, , United Kingdom
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Feb 07, 2007 12:36pm
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InfoThe leader of the Natural Law Party Dr Geoffrey Clements has yet to save an election deposit despite being the veteran of several campaigns.

His party�s panacea for London, and the nation�s ills is largely based around �yogic flying� and using the powers of positivity to reduce stress in society and thereby combat crime and pollution.

Dr Clements has also gone on the record saying yogic flying could bring about the necessary conditions for a successful UK entry into the euro within two years.

Explaining the party�s unorthodox take on politics, he says: "When groups of people practise yogic flying it creates a powerful effect of coherence that radiates to the environment, decreasing stress and increasing integration and positivity in the area."

Clements studied for his Bachelor and Doctoral degrees in physics at the University of Sussex between 1968 and 1974.

While there he trained as a teacher of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's Science of Creative Intelligence and Transcendental Meditation.

Many research projects have followed during which Clements has examined the development of man's full creative potential and the application of this knowledge to various practical fields.

He was the NLP candidate at the 1992 and 1997 General Elections and headed the party�s London list at the 1999 Euro elections.


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