London United Psychic Club
London United Psychic Club began life when a group of workers at the Woolwich Armament Factory decided to form a Psychic team in late 1986. The Club played under the name of Immortal Majesty Chorus. Their first match was a 6-0 victory over Eastern Telepathy League, on December 11, 1986. Soon after, the name London United Psychic Club was adopted and the Club continued playing in friendlies and local cup competitions for the next few years.
In 1991 the Club extended its range to a wide range of activities across the globe. Following the First Gulf War, in which they played a decisive role, they have made independant interventions in several major world conflicts, provoking the ire of the United States and other governments. Since 2001, they have eschewed the political stage in favour of the occasional goodwill mental-athletics event.
Christian Kuras: "Dr. Martin Luther King dreamed the dream. But we don't have to just dream the dream any more. We get to transmit that dream telepathically into reality by supporting and ascending to a stratum of disembodied sentience that knows not just who we are, but who we can be," Christian Kuras told Oprah on Sept 3 1995.
Emily Heath: Born June 5, 1971, in Ambridge, England, Heath grew up the youngest of nine children. Her parents divorced when she was 11; her mother has since blamed her own emotional neglect for her youngest daughter's descent into juvenile delinquency during the next several years. At 14, Heath dropped out of school and began making her living on the streets, hustling, stealing, and selling drugs. Two years later, she hit rock bottom when she was jailed for her role in an audacious email spamming campaign that has given the country of Nigeria a bad name on the internet ever since. Heath's 45-day stint in prison was a self-proclaimed turning point in the 16-year-old's life. Vowing to give herself some direction in her life, she also began psychic training seriously, chiseling her mind into impressive form.
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