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Mission
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IMAGINE A WORLD WHERE ALL MEMBERS OF OUR HUMAN FAMILY HOLD HANDS

IN ONENESS UNDER THE SACRED TREE. 

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The Fourth Way
Concepts 
The path Before us

 

 

Our Elders share that the beginning stage of Peace on Earth will be signalized by an enforceable agreement of all Nation-States, on Mother Earth, to end war forever. We look forward to the beginning of Peace on Earth by 2O30.

 

The Path before us is the Fourth Way. This Path transcends assimilation, resignation, and adversarial relationships and focuses on healing broken trusts,  relationships, hearts and minds.

 

The Fourth Way is grounded in the understanding of the Oneness of our Human Family and All Life,  and that the Hurt of One is the Hurt of All, and the Healing and Restoration of One, is the Healing and Restoration of All.


 

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Our Mission

 

 

With this vision and understanding,  the 2021-2025 Goals of the Four Worlds Global Impact Fund are to :

1. DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE

 

  • Build the Digital Backbone, Administrative Foundation, and Related Institutions of the Union of the Condor, Quetzal, and Eagle, across the Americas that will unite 78 Million Indigenous Peoples

2. ELDER HEALTH PROGRAM

  • Expand and deepen the Four Worlds Elder Health Program in Canada, Mexico, the US, and beyond,  to restore and revitalize the health and preserve the knowledge and wisdom of Indigenous elders and communities. 

  • Four Worlds Global Impact Fund is partnering with Dr Anita Goel, MD, PhD - Chairman and CEO of Nanobiosym,  a world renowned leader in nanobiophysics and nanotechnology to design and build Covid Free Zones on Indigenous lands to  protect Indigenous peoples, employees and guests, and build a new generation of infrastructure to ensure safety, on Indigenous lands, from Covid 19 and build a showcase for the next generation of health and wellness for the planet. This nanotechnology  detects viral loads in patients, two days  before they show symptoms and protect Indigenous peoples, employees and guests, and build a new generation of infrastructure to ensure safety on Indigenous lands, from Covid 19 and build a showcase for the next generation of health and wellness for the planet. Donations will be utilized to set up innovative digital diagnostics infrastructure and accelerate natural treatment protocols.

3. ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION

 

  • “Support the Indigenous Movement to Protect, Restore and Revitalize the Amazon led by the Quicha Spiritual Leader,  Darwin Rodriguez, and the Putumayo Communities of the tri-border cordon of Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru. Brother Darwin is a direct descendant of the last Inca, Atahualpa. “ Input from Tonska Bryson needed.

  • Further actualize the International Treaty to Protect and Restore Mother Earth, especially the global emergence of the Seventh Generation and Indigenous Women of the Four Directions,  by supporting their participation, leadership, and wisdom in all decision-making processes impacting  Life on Mother Earth. As well as:

  • Eliminate the exploitation, suffering, and cruelty being inflicted on our animal relatives through animal agriculture. 

  • Establish Bioregional Marine Sanctuaries across the Americas and beyond. Bioregional Marine Sanctuaries are named areas of Earth, Water, and Air where natural animal populations are protected and restored to more than 50% of historic levels as soon as possible, and water quality and forest biomass levels are preserved and restored to very high concentrations.

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Summary
PHILOSOPHICAL FRAMEWORK

 

 

Four Worlds has been able to derive principles of development that constitute Four Worlds’ working philosophy.

  1. considers culture to be the primary key to unlocking the forces that move people on the path of their own development;

  2. considers the spiritual and moral dimensions of human development to be inescapable;

  3. considers the articulation of a vision of the future, of possibilities other than the current reality, as a key element in human transformation;

  4. views development holistically, and therefore, takes a multi-dimensional, inter-sectoral and inter-disciplinary approach.

  5. places learning at the center of the development process;

  6. is community-based in orientation;

  7. promotes active participation in all levels of development (from needs assessment, through planning, implementation, evaluation, and beyond) by developing people themselves;

  8. bases development activities on culturally appropriate, community-based, participatory research;

  9. balances bottom-up and top-down approaches;

  10. provides proactive, catalytic support to developing communities and programs based on a clearly defined relationship that underscores the people’s ownership of the program.

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"Let us put our minds together and see what we can make for our children"

~ Tȟatȟáŋka Íyotake - Sitting Bull

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Image a world where all members of our human family hold hands in oneness under the sacred tree, the school of ancient knowledge.