Sunday, 29 May 2016

Ringing Cedars of Russia... Changing the way we live with each other


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A living habitat that provides all the needs of its inhabitants, at least about 1 hectare (2.5 acres). People create Family Homesteads for the enjoyment of their children, each other, and the planet Earth. It is done with feelings of love.

On a Family Homestead, people gather together their whole family, including both past ancestors and future descendants. The place becomes a comforting, pleasant environment which is perfectly attuned to the inhabitants' own biological rhythms. The result is a living natural artwork, testament to the purity and keenness of its creators.

Family Homesteads are usually established with a burst of inspiration and love on the part of a mother and father to be. The couple describes in great detail their carefully considered homestead design on the day of their marriage. They indicate the precise location of all the new plantings and structures. Neighbours, friends and family bring seedlings, seeds and pre-arranged materials, which are planted in the correct places amid much joyful celebration.

Children are conceived, grown and born on the in the Family Homestead within the place of their parents' love. For newborn children, the homestead is safe and nurturing, imbued with pure thoughts and heavenly intentions. Over a lifetime, it is a permanent, stable home that supplies all material and emotional needs, allowing free thought, excellent health, and the development of superior intelligence.


Each Family Homestead has the following elements, variable according to its creators' design.

Hedge/living fence:
- colourful, diverse and friendly selection of useful and pretty plants that marks the area of the family's home land.

Water source:
- pond, spring, well, dam, tank, creek, river or lake.

Family tree:
- traditionally and oak or a pine, the focus of family history, including both past ancestors and future descendants.

Ancestral grove:
- a collection of tall trees which denote the living memory of all past ancestors of the family.

- grasses, grains, fibres, herbs, flowers, vegetables, berries, fruit and nut trees. Insects, butterflies, birds, creatures.

- tall trees for timber, firewood as required, mushrooms, berries, herbs, flowers, vegetables, fruit trees. Insects, ants, fungi, birds, creatures.

- house, cabin, cottage, home made using locally sourced materials.

- discreet place or places where waste can enliven the fertility of the soil.

Bath house:
- made of earth, cob and hot stones with a central fire, a place of family meditation and healing of all illness.

- reflective mirrored pool encircled by oil-burning torches, used as a telepathic launch pad for biological teleportation.

Other structures:
- living summer structure of woven trees, glasshouse, guesthouse, hedged animal nursery.

Family birthdays and celebrations take place on the Family Homestead. The fleshly family members remember the living memories of their ancestors, discussing the reasons and motivations for their chosen plantings and designs.

Settlements of Family Homesteads have no more than about 150 families. They are separated from the next settlement by woods and meadows. All large forests and major water sources (rivers, lakes, coasts) are common and public.

Each settlement has a school, open-air amphitheatre, guesthouse, central green and village hall where public assemblies are held. Meetings are cylindrical in form and have no centre of power.

In settlements of Family Homesteads, each person is the supreme being on their home land. There is no externally imposed taxation, regulation or legislation as long as the land is being properly used and developed. Aberrations from balanced behaviour may prompt subtle, tactful and simple intervention, in keeping with the overall vision of a perfect habitat for Earthly civilisation.

Residents of Family Homesteads can communicate with each other telepathically with the help of their living environment. This ongoing conference is known as the Family Party - Родная партия and its purpose is to perfect our living habitat.

Governments at all levels are requested to introduce the Homestead Act to ensure their enduring prosperity in the coming era. This measure provides secure, permanent access to a chosen home land for any person who wishes to establish a Family Homestead and perfect their country.

Family Homesteads improve living conditions for all people, reduce consumption of scarce resources, contribute a useful surplus, increase economic activity, improve public health, social cohesion, innovation, eduction, ecology, scientific research, facilitate the perfect pairing of intended partners, and increase the energy of love between parents, children, families, neighbours, and the entire fellowship of brothers and sisters in the human race.

When the planet Earth is complete—a flourishing primordial garden made up of stable, functioning settlements of Family Homesteads, each radiating with the energy of love—then we will have the required knowledge and collective power to explore and settle another planet by biological teleportation techniques.

On our chosen location, we will have the opportunity to create a yet more wonderful and beautiful world than this one here. Some of us will remain on Earth to maintain the eternal harmony, while others will go forth to the next great adventure.

Family Homesteads are the culmination of millions of years of human development, brought to the present day by uncountable kilojoules of expanded thought energy. They combine every tradition, culture and civilisation of the human race and provide a viable plan to support a large planetary population.

The idea of Family Homesteads was first published in 1999 in the book Co-creation by Vladimir Megre, Volume 4 of the Ringing Cedars - Звенящие Кедры series. The idea has been developed in the subsequent volumes of the series by Vladimir Megre and by the experience of people living in homestead settlements.

Published on the Facebook Page, "Family Homesteads" by Kem

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