1. HEALTH OF ALL LIFE


1a.)
The foundation of life on Earth is fertile soil – “humus”.

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In the last 70 years, 50% of the humus – the fertile layer of our earth – has been destroyed.

The fields, poisoned with pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and chemical fertilizers, will, according to scientists’ warnings, no longer be able to produce harvests in 60 years’ time.
Our fields and soils have been polluted for centuries by aluminum, heavy metals (i.e., due to geoengineering), microplastics as well as pharmaceutical, private and industrial waste. These toxins also destroy the microorganisms in the soil, meaning that the plants hardly absorb nutrients anymore, which in turn means that even we humans – compared to 50 years ago – only consume a small fraction of these vital nutrients with our plant food.

Increased CO2 levels in the atmosphere are often considered a trigger, but really are only a symptom of climate change.
The causes lie in the destruction of our living environment, most especially in the destruction of forests and our humus.
Humus consists of plant residue, fungi, microorganisms and many small organisms such as worms and spiders, most of which consist of carbon. When this ecosystem is destroyed (50% already is), its carbon goes into the atmosphere as CO2, which is largely responsible for the increase in CO2 there.

The destruction of the soil (soil degradation) has the following causes:
* Intensive use of inorganic fertilizers, pollution with industrial and urban waste (see above), air pollution, contaminated sites.
* Destruction of vegetation cover through deforestation, slash-and-burn or overgrazing.
* Mismanagement: cultivation of monocultures, insufficient supply of organic fertilizers, excessive agriculture on slopes, intensive irrigation with poor quality water. Insufficient drainage of arable land leads to soil salinization.
* Destruction of soil structure: soil compaction by machines (even a single trip of a harvester destroys the forest floor massively and for many decades), large populations of livestock or people (trails), removal of soil.

Soil degradation is a global problem. As early as 1997, 15% of the ice-free land surface showed anthropogenic degradation phenomena (an area larger than the USA and Mexico combined), one percent of which had already been destroyed to such an extent that the soil could no longer be reclaimed. Today we lose around 24 billion metric tons of surface soil every year.”

Source: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bodendegradation

“Due to environmental damage in the atmosphere, air, water and earth, natural cycles are so affected that they would only degrade more without human help. Through intensive composting techniques, for example, we are not only able to stop this downward spiral, but even turn it into an upward spiral. A positive future development is only possible if the Earth now receives our intensive care and support.”
(Uwe Burka)

While the Earth itself would take several thousand years to rebuild the humus,
humans can do this with special soil management and composting in only 10-20 years!

The priority is therefore to detoxify our soils, build up humus and improve the soil health on a private, agricultural and forestry level. For this purpose, composting, farm manure processing and humus building seminars are offered.

In our fields, meadows and beds, toxic sprays and fertilizers are replaced by high-quality composts, life-promoting microorganisms, fermented vegetable-carbon- substrate in the style of Terra Preta and other biological-organic fertilizers, which, together with species-rich plant communities and special crop rotations, promote numerous symbioses in the soil and thus the natural formation of humus.

“Sealed” land areas that are no longer required, such as industrial sites or large parking lots, are being reclaimed and made available to the community in order to create community gardens or healing forests with edible fruits.

On large agricultural areas, hedges are planted with flowers, fruit and nut trees, sweet chestnuts etc. are planted to feed insects – especially bees – but also people, to direct the winds and to provide living niches for birds and other animals.
A variety of plants grow in the fields and gardens, supporting each other’s growth and vitality. The chirping of birds, the buzzing of insects and the songs of people encourage and accompany the harmonious growth of plants.


1b.)
Only organic farms are promoted, that sustainably improve the health of soil, plants, animals and people, as well as biodiversity

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Small and medium-sized farms are struggling to survive, as sales prices of their products are dictated by large corporations and the subsidy policies of the EU and most other countries favor large companies and corporations. Today, hardly any farmers in Central Europe can live from their farm work without a sideline.
Large industrial companies, on the other hand, are mostly geared toward return and profit instead of the well-being of all life.
Their huge machines compress the soil in a dramatic way. The use of GMOs – genetically modified organisms – and toxic sprays and fertilizers destroys fertile humus and contributes massively to the suffering of animals in factory farming. “Absurd” legislation often contributes to the fact that animals are exposed to painful and long transport routes until they are slaughtered. The meat of these animals is then in turn transported – in an environmentally harmful way – to third countries in order to be packaged. Rainforest is cut down on a massive scale in order to feed European animals in factory farming.
People who have never set foot on farmland, never seen a bird circling above a field, never seen an earthworm crawl through humus, have the power to determine which poisons are applied to these fields and what should be grown there, etc.

Farmers from medium-sized or small organic farms determine the agricultural policy.
All other farmers receive free retraining in sustainable and organic land management systems that improve soil health as the basis for the health of all life.
Farmers are supported to market their products regionally.
The courses also teach new forms of highly efficient vegetable, berry and fruit cultivation, such as “permaculture”, “agroforestry”, “syntropic agriculture” or “vertical gardening”.

Products still produced conventionally as well as their toxic ingredients must be labeled.

The community supports independent and non-profit seed initiatives and seed swap circles to preserve and expand the diversity of our food and medicinal plants.
There are no patents on seeds and other living beings!


1c.)
Purification and revitalization of all waters

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The waters in many parts of the world are heavily polluted. In 2007, 247 external pollutants and endocrine disruptors were found in a person’s urine in Brazil, including a hormone from a birth control pill that hadn’t been around for ten years. Our waters are fluorinated, contain environmental toxins and other serious pollutants that are harmful to our health and ecosystems.

“A current estimate of the global input of plastic waste into the ocean is 4.8 to 12.7 million metric tons per year. That is the equivalent to a truck load per minute. Only a small part of plastic waste floats on the surface, the rest is carried along into deeper waters or sinks down to the seabed and can hardly be retrieved. It is currently estimated that around 80 million metric tons have accumulated there.

Approximately 800 animal species that live in the sea or in coastal areas are affected by plastic waste. Almost half of the marine mammal and seabird species are affected. Sea turtles, for example, easily mistake plastic bags for jellyfish which they normally feed on, and perish as a result.

By 2050, plastic parts will likely be found in the stomach of almost all seabirds if garbage continues to be washed into the sea in many places. Birds with plastic in their stomach can starve to death because it makes them feel satiated.

Equally, habitats, such as coral reefs, are affected by deposits of plastic waste. Coral reefs are damaged by floating plastic waste which also deposits harmful pathogens into the reef. In addition, between 57,000 and 135,000 whales, seals and harbor seals get caught in “fishing waste” – i.e., lost and discarded ropes and nets – every year.

Many plastics contain substances that are harmful to the environment and our health, such as flame retardants or plasticizers, some of which are released into the sea. These pollutants are then absorbed by marine animals and sea birds as plastic parts are swallowed.
” Sourcehttps://www.wwf.de/themen-projekte/meere-kuesten/plastik/unsereozeane-versinken-in-plastikmuell/plastikmuell-im -meer-the-most-importantanswers

In the future, dynamic, vital, healthy and clean water will flow from all water pipes. Rivers, streams and wetlands are being renatured as far as this is possible and ecologically worthwhile.

Water is kept in the region. The best water purification, irrigation and flood protection measure is the revitalization of soils, because a living, healthy and humus-rich soil can absorb, purify and store many times more water.
Species-rich permanent forests and wetlands ensure that the evaporated water remains in the lower layers of the air, where it promotes dew formation and serves the regional water cycle.

Where necessary, wastewater treatment plants are renewed using the best natural methods. Wastewater is cleaned by plants, microorganisms and composting techniques  before it flows back into the water cycle. Wherever possible, modern, water-saving and humus-building composting toilets are installed.


Large marine areas
are placed under protection. Regional fisheries that respect marine life replace large-scale industrial fishing and trawling. Marine cleanup and regeneration projects receive generous and active support.

1d.) Purification of the air we breathe

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Air pollution is the term used to describe the release of pollutants that are harmful to the environment and to health into the air. These pollutants include, for example, smoke, soot, dust, exhaust gases, aerosols, vapors and odorous substances. Air pollution is a form of environmental pollution. It is the leading environmental cause of illness and premature death and affects everyone, from the fetus in the womb to the elderly. Air pollution can affect almost all organs and systems in the body and is a major cause of pneumonia, bronchitis and asthma in children. Source: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luftverschichtung

According to a report by Greenpeace, 160,000 people died prematurely in 2020 in 5 of the largest cities on earth alone – New Delhi, Shanghai, Tokyo, Sao Paulo and Mexico City – due to the influence of harmful particulate matter.

The use of exhaust gases and toxic spray mist containing aluminum, metal and / or other toxins is strictly not produced anymore. The emission of fine dust and air pollution of any kind is reduced to an absolute minimum.

Since healthy ecosystems with a high diversity of tree species are highly effective in purifying the air, such ecosystems are created both in cities and in cleared cultivated landscapes. As a result, the air we breathe, with its health-promoting air microbiome and its healing ions, once again becomes a giver of pure life energy.

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1e.)
60% of all forests – the “lungs of our earth” and producers of vitally important oxygen – are placed under nature protection

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Increased CO2 levels in the atmosphere are often considered a trigger, but really are only a symptom of climate change.
The causes lie in the destruction of our living environment, most especially in the destruction of forests and our humus.
Humus consists of plant residue, fungi, microorganisms and many small organisms such as worms and spiders, most of which consist of carbon. When this ecosystem is destroyed (50% already is), its carbon goes into the atmosphere as CO2, which is largely responsible for the increase in CO2 there. (see Chapter 1a.)

“Our tropical forests are brutally cleared for intensive agriculture, for the creation of pasture and fodder areas for cattle, the production of palm oil or the extraction of precious wood or mineral resources. The numbers are frightening: in fifty years almost a fifth of the Amazon forest has been cut down, the deforested areas increased by 278% in 2019 alone, i.e., 7536 km2, which is five times the size of the city of Sao Paulo or 1 million soccer fields. With the disappearance of tropical forests, the “CO2 storage” power of this fundamental ecosystem declines (it was halved between 1990 and 2015), biodiversity collapses and the cultural heritage of the indigenous peoples, our precious guardians of the earth, is threatened.” Source: https://www.careelite.de/abholzung-der-waelder-regenwald/

The destruction of ecosystems is considered a crime against life.
Areas that have been deforested in recent centuries are reforested under the guidance of future-oriented foresters, who think and feel holistically and have a global vision for forest ecosystems. Special attention is paid to their positive impact on people’s immune systems, climate regulation and the local water cycle.

Holistic forest management courses are offered to foresters, forest owners and all interested people.


1f.)
Healing foods

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The processed foods we eat today have up to 90% fewer minerals and vitamins than they had 50 years ago, due to the chemically produced pesticides, fungicides, herbicides and fertilizers that poison the soil and kill microorganisms in the process.
In addition to a mineral and vitamin deficiency and the toxic load in raw materials (including toxins found in the soil, or antibiotics and pharmaceuticals used in factory farming), there are numerous toxic additives in today’s processed food (for example exogenous hormones, chemicals or even cells from aborted human fetuses!…) affecting our bodies.
Denatured food not only leads to a variety of diseases, but also has a detrimental effect on our daily well-being.
Chemically produced fragrances manipulate our perception. Unnatural chemicals and heavy metals in our bodies lead to calcification and disruption of the pineal gland, which in turn is not only responsible for a healthy circadian rhythm (sleep-wake cycle), but also for our intuition and clear thinking.

Over the past few decades, our farmers have been made dependent on multinational corporations with their hybrid seed monopolies, genetically modified seeds and toxic sprays and fertilizers. The consequences of artificial genetic changes in living beings for the human organism and the entire ecosystem cannot be foreseen.

Artificial additives of any kind are only used if a panel of doctors, biologists and alternative practitioners from various fields has determined their harmlessness for all life. Industrial sugar, synthetic salts, refined fats, an excess of animal products and denatured foods have led in recent decades , to an unnatural increase in allergies, obesity and diet-related diseases. These are being replaced by wholesome and healing natural foods with their multitude of micronutrients.

Edible wild local plants such as sloes, rose hips, goutweed, stinging nettles or dandelions in mid-europe for example,  are also finding a permanent place in the human diet again and replacing “superfoods” from faraway countries.

The cultivation of wild herb meadows and a variety of old native plant species are promoted. The plants are combined in such a way that a symbiotic environment is created and the plants protect each other from pest infestation. The resulting improved soil health protects against disasters such as floods and drought.

Fruits no longer have to meet standards of size and dimension – any natural form of plant fruit is welcome.

Genetically modified seeds are no longer used.
Farmers and gardeners regained their autonomy in terms of access, reproduction and exchange of seeds.

 


1g.)
Environmentally friendly and pollutant-free production

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All industrial manufacturing processes – be it in the textile, paper, steel, toy, automobile, telecommunications, pharmaceutical and other industries – are very energy-intensive and produce a large amount of contaminants and waste that more often than not end up in our air, our waters, our soil, meadows, forests and fields through exhaust gases, evaporation, seepage, sewage, improper disposal of products or unnecessary and excessive packaging. These pollutants then find their way into our bodies through clothing, food or toxic furniture components as well as cleaning agents in our homes.

Scientists work hand in hand with practitioners and production companies to increase ecological efficiency in production and to manufacture components that cannot be produced from purely natural raw materials as ethical, environmentally friendly and recyclable as possible, considering the wellbeing of future living beings on our Planet. Nature’s brilliant solutions serve as an inspiring model.

The majority of the textiles are made from natural and renewable raw materials. Hemp and flax cultivation and the cultivation of other ecologically valuable crops enjoy great popularity.

In the transition phase, whenever possible, man-made materials are recycled, repaired and made into new materials in an environmentally friendly process. The ecological footprint is declared on the labels of all products, in particular with regard to what the materials are made of, how fairly they were produced and how efficient their expected life cycle is.

The principles are:
Recycling before new raw material extraction.
Natural before chemical products.

The extraction of raw materials is carried out in a respectful manner and in awareness of the strain on planet Earth and its local communities. The used water is returned to the water cycle in a purified and revitalized state. During extraction, local biodiversity is largely preserved and, in parallel, renaturation is carried out in a way that increases biodiversity and species diversity.


1h.)
Every living being is treated with respect and mindfulness

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An exceptionally high percentage of meat, eggs and other products of “animal origin” are “produced” in factory farms under torturous and undeserving circumstances. The fact that animals are sentient beings is often forgotten. In “turbo farming” they are neither able to live in their natural habitat nor pursue their natural instincts. Factory farming is extremely problematic in many respects:

* Animals coexist in a very confined space – mostly without freedom of movement
* Most farms only have light with unnatural light frequencies, which greatly impacts the biological rhythm of the animals and thus their health and well-being
* Calves are separated from their mothers immediately after birth
*Animals are mistreated: cattle are dehorned, beaks are shortened, tails cut off, male chicks are shredded and fed to female chicks
* Animals very often suffer brutal torture during their upbringing, during transportation and in slaughterhouses
* Animals are mostly fed denatured food which is not appropriate for their digestive systems, growth hormones promote rapid growth, yet lead to a faster degeneration of the body
* Animals are overbred
* In hot countries – for example in Australia – livestock often have no shelter and suffer from burns

Massive environmental problems result from factory farming:

Deforestation of the rainforest, toxins in forage fields, long transport routes for animal feed and meat, CO2 and methane emissions from feces, antibiotics and other chemicals within the food cycle, water shortage, overgrazing, etc.

A few facts and figures on factory farming: In order to gain an understanding of the scope of the problem, statistics on factory farming are of immense importance. Here are some relevant facts:

* In Germany alone, around 745 million animals live and die in factory farming every year.

* 356 million kilograms of meat are thrown away in Germany every year which means that: 45 million chickens, 4 million pigs and 200,000 cattle die for no reason.

* 15,415 liters of water are needed for the production of one kilogram of beef.

* 733 metric tons of antibiotics were used in factory farming in Germany alone in 2017.

* About 61.8 percent of arable land in Germany is used for growing livestock feed, in comparison to only 21 percent for direct food production.

* Worldwide, 2.6 million hectares of land are cultivated every year and almost 48 million metric tons of greenhouse gases are then emitted by throwing the produce away.

* The German Confederation found antibiotic-resistant germs on 88 percent of turkey meat samples bought at discounters. More information on the subject of “factory farming”
Source: https://www.careelite.de/massentierhaltung/

“As long as there are slaughterhouses there will be battlefields.”
(Leo Tolstoy) 

“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress
can be judged by the way its animals are treated.”
Mahatma Gandhi

Any form of slavery, violence or exploitation of humans or animals is considered a crime against life. Any form of animal cruelty, cage or factory farming, as well as laboratory experiments with animals and cross-regional animal transports for consumption purposes are a thing of the past.

Animal communication enables people to find out what animals need for their well-being. Animals in zoos and animal parks are free to choose whether they stay in zoos or opt for a life in freedom or in special protected areas.

Parks with a variety of plants and fruit-bearing trees have been created on the land of zoos. Roads leading from the countryside to these parks have been cleared of concrete and now invite wildlife to enter, eat and voluntarily interact with humans.

Our vision is that in the near future, animals will no longer be killed.
For the transitional phase until then, we recommend the following:

Every animal that is not allowed to live in freedom because it contributes to the production of milk or other animal products, is provided with a large enclosure in nature together with its own kind, as well as objects to play with.
The horses, cows and bulls have a beautiful life in the great outdoors “supporting” the stabilization and rebuilding of the humus.
These animals live with people who have a loving, caring and harmonious relationship with them. They are offered only natural, species-appropriate and varied feed. Cows are allowed to keep their horns.
The husbandry conditions are adapted so that vaccinations are no longer necessary. Only essential medication is given and only ever at each animal caretaker’s discretion.

Animals are killed, if necessary, in their natural and familiar environment with as little suffering as possible, while being perceived and honoured as sentient beings.
The shooting of animals to protect the forest and the culling of sick animals is only carried out by people with a hunting license specific to animal welfare-oriented training.

Since the forests are recovering and the ecosystems are back in their natural balance, there is no overpopulation of animals in the forests and no need for “regulation” by humans.

We advocate a shift to a plant-based way of life, recognising that plants are sentient creatures. They are honoured and respectfully harvested and prepared.

We remember that we are connected to the plants on a soul level and can communicate with them. The plant devas (elemental beings) help us to transform our gardens into energetically powerful places where vital food grows.
As guardians of the landscape, we inform our trees a day or two before they are cut down or pruned. We also inform the plants of the meadows before they are cut so that they can draw its energy into their root zone during this time. If a new building is planned, we talk to the place so that the deva of this landsacpe can look for a new place in time.

 


1i.)
Our “hospitals” are being transformed into holistic “healing spaces”

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Modern medicine wages a “war against disease”, it attempts to “defeat” disease instead of looking at root causes in order to achieve holistic long-term healing. The mechanistic approach in science today reduces humans to a “machine” that can be repaired. Instead of supporting the immune system and promoting self-healing through a holistic approach (holistic lifestyle, positive alignment of the mind, shadow work, considering relationships and emotions, etc.), people isolate themselves and rely on an excess of pharmaceuticals and treatment carried out by machines.

The second leading cause of death in the United States is related to pharmaceuticals and their “cocktail effects”.

A new concept of healing and the construction of correlating holistic spaces are developed and implemented in conjunction with the knowledge and experience of medical doctors, alternative practitioners, energeticists, nutritionists, physiologists, biologists, building biologists, psychologists, spiritual teachers, geomancers, Feng Shui specialists, etc.

In the transition phase, existing hospitals are made more healing-friendly with plants, therapy animals, natural scents, natural light frequencies and images of nature and adapted to keep out low and high frequency radiation – electrosmog.

The new healing centers are surrounded by species-rich healing forests with special forest therapy paths based on the model of the Japanese Shinrin-Yoku with mindfulness paths, streams and bodies of water. Animals and plants are therapeutic helpers.

Special farms connected to the healing centers offer therapy solutions for drug addicts, for example, or other people prone to addiction (including digital detox therapies) and provide healthy organic food grown onsite for the healing centers.

Special farms connected to the healing rooms offer therapy options for drug addicts, for example or other people prone to addiction. This also includes digital detox therapies. Healthy organic food is grown there for the healing spaces. This food promotes healing and a microbiome that optimally supports the psyche and the immune system.

Within the concept of healing, the following principles are acknowledged:

  1. 1. Humans are highly developed spiritual beings that are not just physical bodies. They are multidimensional beings with several “etheric bodies” (including the physical body, mental body, emotional body, energy body, causal body)
    that are interconnected and interact with one another.
    Human beings are a part of the earth’s ecosystem, a living organism, connected on all levels.
    3. The 5 Biological Laws of Nature.
    4. All living beings have excellent self-healing powers and an immune system that must be supported primarily and at all levels in order to prevent and heal diseases. Furthermore, all living beings have healing powers which they can use to support other living beings.
    5. Every illness has a message. Everything we encounter in our lives is seen as an opportunity for healing and growth. From now on, medicine no longer focuses on the symptoms, but on identifying the causes and preventing the disease.

The doctor of the future will give no medication
but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame,
diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.
Thomas A.Edison

In the new healing centers, holistic therapy methods are applied that respond to people’s individual needs.
Preventive measures such as regular, accompanied fasting cures or courses in knowledge and methods for self-help are promoted.
Healing methods that have helped people heal through the power of nature and spirit for centuries, such as homeopathy, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Traditional European Medicine or Anthroposophical Medicine, as well as “new”, well-tested and already successfully applied healing methods based on quantum/frequencies/energy/information, are fully recognised, applied and taught.

Natural, locally grown and produced remedies are preferred, as these have hardly any side effects, compared to the products of the pharmaceutical industry, are better assimilated by the human organism and also benefit local producers.
In order not to weaken people’s natural microbiome with chemical disinfectants, preference is given to life-enhancing microorganisms (EM), ozone or hydrogen peroxide for disinfection and natural agents, such as vinegar, baking soda or ferment7 oxi for cleaning.

The doctors speak openly and, without being asked, provide information on the side effects of any drugs they prescribe in a clear and transparent way.

While in the old system one earned from people’s illness, now the highest reward of people working in the healing professions is the health of the patients.


1j.)
The birth of humans, and animals, is respected as a sacred ritual

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In America and Europe, around 30% of children are no longer born naturally, but by medically unnecessary C-sections, resulting in unpleasant psychological and physical consequences for both mother and child.

In addition, the baby is forcibly taken from the security of its mother’s womb and arrives in a mostly cold, technical, neon-lit world, with its umbilical cord immediately cut, being torn from the mother and its natural protection washed away.

Our entire society is shaped by this first collective trauma.

Since the 1950’s, advertising for infant formula has been massively ramped up, claiming that it is equivalent to breast milk.
“Science and health care systems are totally unanimous in assessing that breastfeeding is of irreplaceable value for infants, not least because of its adequate and individualized supply of nutrients and a reduction in the risk of infectious respiratory and diarrheal diseases. Additionally, breastfeeding also has important long-term effects, as breastfed children are significantly less likely to suffer from being overweight and obese as well as developing better cognitive capabilities later on.”
Source: www.bfr.bund.de

Even the conception of a human being is consciously lived as a sacred act.

Women are given free access to prenatal classes developed by experienced, holistically thinking and feeling midwives and doulas (obstetricians).
Both parents are prepared in courses for their role as companions of a human being in the adventure of life.

Women decide for themselves how and where they want to give birth, whether in birth centers, at home or outdoors – in the forest, in the sea or at special power places – in any case protected, in peace and quiet and in the circle of their family or other women.
Children are born naturally, and all natural processes of birth are respected and allowed. Invasive interventions are avoided wherever possible.
Every child is accompanied into the world in a dignified, loving, gentle and attentive manner.

In order to strengthen the bond of love between parents and child, the baby is nurtured with a feeling of security and love from the very beginning. The child spends the first years of its life in loving, close contact with its family.
To provide the baby with the best nutrients of natural breast milk, women are optimally supported in breastfeeding their babies.

Unwantingly pregnant women are supported in all areas of life.
Women who, for whatever reason, do not want to keep their babies with them, can connect while they are still pregnant to the couples who will lovingly take care of their baby after birth.
In the transitional phase, a world still disturbed with harmful electro smog, it is ensured that babies and young children are exposed to it as little as possible, so they can develop healthily and naturally.

Receive the children in reverence,
educate them in love,
and send them forth in freedom.
Rudolf Steiner


1k.)
“By losing the fear of death – and recognizing ourselves as an infinite and immortal being – we’ll also lose the fear of living”

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Death is one of the great taboo topics in our society and is mainly associated with fear, destruction, darkness and drama.
To this day, most branches of science teach us that our existence ends with death. As a result, those who believe this often act without thinking about the consequences of their actions in life.
The very basis of every fear – such as the fear of illness or terror – leads back to a fear of our own finitude, death, through which we humans can also be very easily manipulated. Fear creates stress in our body system and makes us sick. It also makes us susceptible to manipulation and hierarchical control mechanisms that promise us protection.

“He who is no longer afraid of death,
he is no longer so easily manipulated.”

Together with death counsellors of all religions, courses are created that enable people to develop a fear-free and dignified approach to the subject of “death” and also to learn to freely allow and process their feelings of pain and grief.

Relatives are allowed to keep the body of their loved one laid out at home or in a sacred room for a few days, so that the soul can slowly and gently detach itself from the body and relatives have enough time to say goodbye to their loved ones.

By composting our bodies in healthy, living soil or in specially created systems
we gratefully return them to the cycle of life.
Taking into account the values of different cultures and religions, if necessary, cremations of bodies containing many toxins or similar are preferable for groundwater hygiene reasons.
Relatives should be free to decide where to scatter the ashes.

Each culture can bury the bodies of its loved ones in its own way, with due regard for the well-being of all life.
Forest burials” and “tree burials” are also becoming increasingly popular. Slowly, cemeteries are transforming into cemetery forests.


🌳🌳 Every person leaves behind at least 2 trees in their lifetime.
One is planted at birth and one at death.
The first takes root in the placenta, the second takes root in the body. 🌳🌳

 
1l.)
Technical progress serves life, and not the other way around

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In order to stay healthy, every living being needs to be in contact with the natural electromagnetic fields of the earth and the cosmos. Artificially generated electromagnetic fields with unnatural pulse frequencies – such as wireless telecommunication technologies (including 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G), smart meters, microwaves, RFID technology, radar, consciousness-controlling technologies (including HAARP), etc. disturb the body’s own electromagnetic frequencies severely.
5G uses frequencies in microwave spectrum, originally developed as weapons by secret services.
More and more people are suffering from symptoms of electro-sensibility or electrosensitivity.

It is not just humans who suffer from these unnatural frequencies, but animals and especially trees too, which as a result often struggle to transport enough water into their crowns and die.

The following websites provide further information on these topics: https://www.frequencia.ch/

Any form of artificially applied technology that can negatively affect living organisms or the entire Earth will be shut down and dismantled!
This includes in particular wireless telecommunication technologies without safety assessment (e.g. 5G), artificial intelligence (AI), microchips (RFID, Digital ID), IoT (Internet of Things), smart meters, video surveillance systems, mind-controlling technologies (e.g. HAARP) and artificial weather modification (geoengineering, chemtrails).

Artificial intelligence (AI) is only used where it is beneficial to life. Under no circumstances is it used for the surveillance and control of people.

“We acknowledge that all living beings on earth are inextricably linked
with the natural terrestrial and cosmic electromagnetic fields
and that we can only truly recover or stay in healthy balance
if we are in undisturbed resonance with the cycles
and frequencies of the earth and the cosmos.”

Research into and the immediate implementation of telecommunication technologies that are harmless to humans, animals and plants have the highest priority.

As long as healing frequencies are not available for use, computers are connected to the Internet via (fiber optic) cables.
Once buildings are wired, the need for wireless communication decreases and the radiation output of oversized outdoor antennas can be reduced.
Well-researched healing frequencies that have been subject to long-term testing will be used for regeneration in the future.

In every country, there are radiation-free areas in which sick and radiation-sensitive people can settle or recover.


1m.)
Light frequencies that serve the human immune system

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LEDs, halogen and infrared light influence the pineal gland – our third eye – with their unnatural frequencies of light. As a mediator between worlds (visible and invisible) this gland also has a significant impact on our sleep, our health and our overall well-being through the production of serotonin and melatonin.

There are now only light sources that are adapted to the natural light spectrum, that are harmless to all living creatures and that have a minimal impact on the environment during production, use and recycling.

To avoid light pollution, all external, unnatural light sources are reduced by at least 40 percent at night and street lights are prevented from shining up into the night sky.

Beaches where animals lay their eggs are no longer artificially lit so that newly hatched baby animals are undisturbed in their natural behavior.

1n.) The “health” of space is essential for our life. The sky, as an integral part of all life, must be protected.

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Satellites or other technical devices disrupt the natural cosmic frequencies that make a healthy life on earth possible.
Meanwhile, a huge amount of “space debris” orbits the earth. The larger ones can hit the surface of the earth and kill living beings in the process.

Satellites, space-weapons or other technical devices which disrupt the natural cosmic frequencies that enable healthy life on earth will be dismantled.
The space debris is transported back to Earth and recycled here without leaving any residue.


1o.)
13-moon calendar

Why we need change:
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Our current annual calendar removes us from our natural cycles. The current Gregorian calendar does not correspond to the natural cycles of 13 lunar cycles per year that we should embrace in order to return to harmony with the cosmic order.

We return together to a 13-month calendar that is in harmony with the natural rhythms and cycles of the earth.
Thus we have 13 times 28 days plus a “day of gratitude for creation” that is celebrated worldwide.

We honour the specific qualities of timeframes, celebrate meaningful rituals, the annual “Wheel of the year” festivals of our ancestors in deep connection with the earth and nature.
The deeply felt “gifts” come from our tangible connection with the earth. Therefore, there is no need to buy gifts that generate unnecessary waste.

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