You are kindly invited to send email or letters about works published and
subjects dealt with on TRINPsite. Email should not be accompanied
by an attachment, as attachments from unknown sources are never opened.
Whether you send a digital or a paper letter, please, do not use a title
such as Mr to address the reader of your mail or a religious,
imperial or other such calendar to date it.
You may also decide to post your comment or ask your question in public
If you pose a question of a general nature, it may be made public later,
even if it was sent by email or letter.
The more interesting your question or the longer the answer to it
the greater the chance that the answer will be published in the present
Info branch along with your question. Except for one or two initials, your
name will not be used, let alone any other personal data, unless you do not
mind or even like this. See the document called
"Questions and Answers", in which some
correspondence is already made public. Of course, anything of a private
nature will remain private, unless it is (also) of public interest and you
agree that it may be made public.
Again, you are invited to send an email or a letter, not only about this
site or a work published here, but also about other matters that will be of
concern to anyone who is interested or involved in the spread of the
TRINP values and the belief in their primacy.
In the end extremism, exclusivism and supernaturalism can only be curtailed
and prevented from infringing (in many cases, continuing to infringe) our
personhood by working together.
And working together requires communication to start with.
M. Vincent van Mechelen
P.S. PUBLIC WARNING
You will never receive any (e)mail from me or from any other person
connected with TRINPsite using an email address starting with the word
postmaster or webmaster and ending with trinp.org.
Moreover, an email address ending with trinp.org will only be used
at this site or on paper by the Stichting DNI Foundation and never for
other public, let alone private, purposes.
Should you receive mail with such an address nevertheless, or come across
a trinp.org email address at another place, you can be sure that
the address in question is being used illegitimately by a person or group
of people with malicious objectives.
If the abuse is serious, please let me know by contacting me at the proper
email address or at the physical address