We work collaboratively with others who are aligned with our global mission for ushering in a new paradigm of sustainable living as we roll out simple, yet powerful advanced human technologies into every major social sector, and model these same teachings in the form of new communities—Centers focused on enhanced health and well-being and sustainable living.
Stakeholders and Technologies
Basic heart-centered teachings and sound healing practices form the foundation for introducing others to cutting edge concepts, ideas, and experiences that help them realize enhanced states of health and wellbeing. The heart of the Centers is to offer holistic approaches to living that shift global consciousness away from feeling separate and disconnected to a feeling of interconnectedness that will sustain all of us.
The alignment and resonance between the human electromagnetic frequencies and those of the earth is required in order to stabilize so that humanity can continue to sustain human life, while simultaneously ensuring that the human body is capable of adapting to the higher frequencies of the earth’s changing eco-sphere will be influenced by in the near future (see section: Connections Between Human, Healing, and Green Technologies).
Objectives & Components
The objectives of the Centers, including the process by which they are brought into physical reality, are inextricably linked. That is, the process by which they are brought into physical reality models life in the new paradigm of oneness. Therefore, the interdependent, dynamic objectives for the Centers and the process by which they are brought into physical reality are to: Bring the latest human and healing, green and break-through technologies into operation on a leveraged, global scale. Our objectives include:
Components of the Centers
The Centers are built in energetically potent locations and amplify a particular frequency signature that, when continually amplified, enlivens the unified field. The continual and dynamic amplification of the field causes subtle yet powerful global shifts. While the human technologists provide the amplification of the energetic grid, the physical structures are built using sacred geometric principles to support health and wellbeing, growing food in pristine environments, and for regenerating the human body to restore or enhance health and wellbeing. Residential retreat centers offer food and lodging services. Facilities for short- and long-term residence provide for lodging of technologists and innovators, educational program, health and wellness, conference, art and cultural center, and symposia participants. Eco-villages support the growing communities that spring up around the Centers.
The Centers also serve as beacons for modeling how leading edge break-through technologies transform life on the planet and also serve as the center, the heart, of life in the surrounding communities that will spring up as a result of the growth spawned by Center activities.
Our implementation plan models one Center but is part of a larger plan to leverage global resources to build a series of Centers in key locations around the world. The first question is not, “What do we want to put in the Centers?” It is, “How do we want to live?” It is the answer to how we want to live that will drive what goes into the design, construction, and operations of the Centers. Components of a Center include:
As we move forward, we will engage key stakeholders, and work together to integrate the following technologies to build the Centers (see the implementation plan for a more detailed list).
Break-through and Green Technologies
ïEnergy and power generation utilizing renewable and break-through energy resources, such as magnetics, wind and solar
ïTransportation – all mediums
ïConstruction, housing and sustainable communities
ïMining assets and advanced mining technologies
•Transportation and alternative fuels
Without human technologies to bring all other technologies and resources together from the very beginning of any endeavor to create a sustainable world, we risk having a collection of new “things” and no new ways of living in the world. We risk losing the benefits of synergies and economies of scale among the various players, which translates to financial waste. Benefits include:
Investment and Timeframe
Years One through Five:
Year two through five:
Includes the first four Centers land purchase, operations, infrastructure, buildout and localized events rollout:
Initial Strategic Vision
Projected Dates once Funding is in place
GLC construction begins with funding, within first 2 years becomes fully functional GLCs (4)