• John
    Aantal posts: 56
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    Everyone must have a home – not a shack or a mansion – a beautiful home that suits the needs of the individual or the family. No-one hungry; No-one homeless. Everyone who is an active member of the community and contributes their LOL (labour of love) will have all the comforts they desire – within the limits that prevent anyone from exploiting another. To achieve this we will embark on some very exciting restructuring of our towns.

    Before any structures are erected or upgraded under the new Council of Elders, we have to evaluate the layout of our towns and use the best town planners, environmental experts and civil engineers to redesign the layout of the town for maximum benefit to the people. This must include the vision of future growth, provide for industry and agriculture and be in absolute harmony with nature. Designed by those who understand the flow of energy, incorporating sacred geometry into all our designs. This is very beneficial for the health of the entire community as it allows the free flow of energy throughout the entire community. Remember that when we are not at “ease” with our environment, we are in “disease” and we get sick. The current layouts of our towns are mostly based on grid systems. Grids can be related to nets – that are designed to trap fish, birds, animals and also humans – without even realising it. The so-called technology that is supposed to set us free, actually creates an invisible energetic trap as part of the matrix. Much of our technology today is based on grids that are controlled from central control towers. If the grid goes down, it affects large sectors of the population. It is not an effective model. Electricity is a perfect example of this.

    Embark on an extensive building material production. Using natural building materials that are available in each unique environment like clay/straw/lime/ thatch/wood/stone/and more.

    Utilise experts in creating such materials and use this as an opportunity for training people who are attracted to this sector. Working with natural materials like clay, soil, sand, stone, wood and grass is highly invigorating. Homes built from natural materials last for thousands of years, are easy to repair and withstand natural disasters more effectively than modern homes. Just think of some ancient homes found by archaeologists that are 6,000 years old with walls and roofs still intact. Imagine what your modern home would look like if it was deserted for a decade. In places like Yemen, there are six-storey buildings built from mud, surviving better than fancy modern buildings.

    Obtaining free or cheap stone and sand from the surrounding mines and quarries.

    Use our initiative and imagination to make and create all kinds of materials necessary for building houses, factories and agricultural structures needed by the community.

    Allow the artists to create materials that add an artistic, creative flavour to the building process.

    Lobby the forestry companies for wood that grows in the area. This wood can be used to build log houses, furniture, doors, windows, and more. After all, the land belongs to the people and all the trees that are planted for the benefit of private corporations do not benefit the people. As time goes by these forests will become managed by the people and will morph into more diverse forests that provide a wide variety of woods to the people. At present much of the wood in South Africa goes into creating paper, which is exported and that the people cannot afford.

    Establish a saw mill and wood factory where the carpenters can perform these tasks and a training centre for new carpenters. The factory can also be used by other community members to build their own products if they wish.

    Establish a basic but effective metal welding workshop for the basic manufacture and production of a variety of metal goods needed by the community.

    All those who participate in the various activities or services to the community will immediately be eligible for maximum benefits in all the basic needs like housing, water, food and electricity.

    Everyone will benefit based on their contribution to the community. The more you contribute – the more you benefit. Everyone is required to contribute 3 hours per week in any of the community projects to become eligible for benefits.


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