Rules of the Institute

Interior Declaration of the Board of the Institute

The institute is in accordance with the following Declarations and Conventions:

  • The Declaration of the United Nations of January 1st, 1942
  • The Charter of the United Nations signed in San Francisco on June 26th, 1945 for the international organisation that came into effect on October 24th, 1945
  • The Charter of UNESCO, the organisation of the United Nations for education, science and culture signed in London on November 16th, 1945
  • The statutes of the International Court of Justice as an integral part of the Charter of the United Nations
  • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights signed in Paris, France on December 10th, 1948
  • The Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms signed in Rome, Italy on November 4th, 1950
  • The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, adopted by the General Meeting of the United Nations on December 8th, 1979
  • The Convention on the Rights of the Child approved by the General Meeting of the United Nations on November 20th, 1989
  • The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union signed in Nice, France on December 7th, 2000.


Humanity is responsible for the order, disorder, balance or unbalance of the planet.
The reality of the social, economic and geopolitical phenomena limits our action and undertaking in industrial, humanitarian and ecological acts.

Every single thing and living being have their place and role to play in the functioning of the world, of the planetary life.

The requirements of socio-economic development, geopolitical choices, the diverse errors of humanity, industrial competition, and many other factors have led human beings – during successive ages – to generate a planetary organisation whose current consequences can lead the mankind down a dangerous downward slope.

Humanity reduces its vision to a microcosmic universe. A law of interdependence inevitably connects all beings, all things, all forces and energies of the universe.

Human evolution, progress and growth are the result of the creative and unified efforts of all. It is in everyone’s interest to show general goodwill in sharing planetary values. It is up to us to act as mature and responsible human beings in accordance with natural laws.

In order to promote creative momentum, research and teaching, the Institute is concerned with preserving ecological balances, encouraging the awakening of consciences, promoting educational, cultural and artistic undertakings of a supranational and apolitical nature, observing the laws of the countries.

In order to preserve its own autonomy, the Institute refers to :

  • The Declaration of the United Nations of January 1st, 1942
  • The Charter of the United Nations signed in San Francisco on June 26th, 1945. At the end of the United Nations Conference for International Organisation that came into effect on October 24th, 1945
  • The Charter of UNESCO, the organisation of the United Nations for education, science and culture signed in London on November 16th, 1945
  • The statutes of the International Court of Justice as an integral part of the Charter of the United Nations
  • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights signed in Paris, France on December 10th, 1948
  • The Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms signed in Rome, Italy on November 4th, 1950
  • The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, adopted by the General Meeting of the United Nations on December 8th, 1979
  • The Convention on the Rights of the Child approved by the General Meeting of the United Nations on November 20th, 1989
  • The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union signed in Nice, France on December 7th, 2000.
  • The specific laws of the countries and the international organisations which, in accordance with the principles of the statement of the Board of Fulmina Foundation and the statutes of Fulmina Foundation, recognise it as a Moral Entity with an International Humanitarian vocation.

Objectives of the Institute

The Institute intends to express its humanitarian vocation with an inter-confessional, supranational and apolitical intention. It intends to implement the promotion of material and moral improvement, to raise the general culture and the level of individual consciences, to encourage the specific progress of every people, societies and nations, to develop in each individual the concepts of “Wellness, Beauty, Goodness, Truth, Justness, Usefulness and Pleasantness”, to pursue a quest for wisdom in relation to eternal and universal values, to arouse a healthy emulation in business creation, scientific research, artistic projects, philosophical speculation, metaphysical reflection and mystical meditation.

The Institute aims to bring together writers, poets, workers, craftsmen, scientists, engineers, painters, sculptors, searchers and musicians. It intends to boost any useful initiative related to the development and improvement of the general and professional culture. It intends to write information and notices, which are likely to interest the general culture and thus ensure the awakening of the planetary civic values by the use of all modern media of dissemination and communication.

The Institute intends to promote cultural, literary, artistic, scientific, philosophical and religious exchanges, with the noble intention of promoting the brotherhood among nations and peoples.

The Institute intends to fight against all forms of planetary injustice, because injustice is the mother of all violence. It intends to support all kinds of projects in the various fields of Science, Medicine, Culture, Education, Environment, Agriculture, Industry, Social Welfare, and any other that contributes to the creative flourishing of our human society.

The Institute will support any emergency humanitarian operations to combat poverty, famine, natural or man-made disasters.

In order to succeed in doing so, it intends to bring together men and women of talent, driven by altruistic and disinterested intentions. It intends to collect and gather the means and human resources in all fields, in order to develop and carry out its projects, including cinematographic and audio-visual ones.

The Institute intends to raise the necessary funds, public and private, and to bring in the useful financial tools of the international monetary system, in accordance with the ethics and laws of each country. It intends to act, as a priority, with its own financial means and technical knowledge in planetary emergency situations for the environment, culture, education, agri-food, industry, technology, science, medicine, social life and its financial resources.

The seven Departments of the Institute (FHR)

Department 1 – Environment

Article 1 – Our planet is an admirable complex…

Our planet is an admirable complex of human and non-human habitat, in a universal space where everything is life, and where everything should function in perfect coherence with the real needs of general evolution, not only the human one, but also the different mineral, plant and animal kingdoms. Without those generous resources, human kind could not exist and live. We are a set of closely interdependent existences.

Article 2 – Because of the law of interdependence…

Because of the law of interdependence between the human beings and kingdoms, we are aware that what affects one kingdom also affects all the other kingdoms of existence, and what afflicts our society affects all men. Therefore, our vigilance, our lucidity, our responsibility and our action must call the Institute for more wisdom, to show ethical responsibility in the universal sense, in order to preserve, protect and focus the human consciousness on the essential, on the proper respect for their planetary habitat.

Article 3 – Human kind can grow in strength, wisdom…

Human kind can grow in strength, in wisdom, in love and in light within the universal complex only if they acquire the consciousness of their global responsibility, of the knowledge of the most subtle structures of their vast cosmic environment, and of course if they show all their respect to Nature made up of all its forces – whose most parts are still unknown to them – which surround them, give them life and are an inexhaustible source of inspiration, dreams and happiness.

Article 4 – Safeguarding the planetary environment…

Safeguarding the planetary environment is a “sine qua non” condition for the action and undertakings initiated by the Institute. The current conditions of planetary life in this 21st century have every reason to make us worry: climatic disorder, general deforestation and drought, desertification and natural disasters, air pollution, poisoning of the soil and waters, inaccessibility to drinking water for a large part of the population, impoverishment and abusive exploitation of the planet’s wealth, biogenetic manipulation, in short… general planetary disorders and imbalances.

Article 5 – Through our humanitarian action…

Through our humanitarian action we want Nature and all its values to be reconsidered as the general good of all the people. Water, air, earth belong to all mankind who will be held responsible for their future. We must ensure that, through our current actions, future generations will find at their disposal the necessary resources for their existence and may in turn be able to mitigate the consequences of contemporary human errors.

Article 6 – With the execution and completion…

With the execution and completion of numerous projects, the Institute intends to commit to having nature and the principles of life respected, protected and renewed. Human beings, through the awakening of a broader consciousness, must refrain from being unconscious accomplices of any actions likely to destroy the environment and the biodiversity that composes it, to deplete natural resources, to indulge in the reckless and outrageous exploitation of the earth’s vital resources.

Article 7 – It is up to us to demonstrate…

It is up to us to demonstrate, not only ethical lucidity, but also a universal sense of duty, in order to ensure ecological balances, in a period of history when economic-industrial forces are pushing individuals towards unrestrained competition and restrict them from pursuing happiness.

Article 8 – By 2030, it is most likely…

By 2030, it is most likely that 80% of nature is bound to suffer from the devastating effects and destructive consequences of current human activity if human beings do not urgently implement drastic changes.

Department 2 – Culture and Education

Article 1 – Education and culture are the foundations…

Education and culture are the foundations for the evolution of consciousness and the socialisation of human individualities. They are the main tools that forge the peace in and among peoples and constitute a guarantee of dialogue and exchange leading to a better understanding of oneself and of the world.

Article 2 – Education is one of the great constructive forces…

Education is one of the great constructive forces of humanity. Culture is the identity of its memory, the inheritance of all knowledge and all human experiences through the ages. The loss of our history and of the international and national cultures of the peoples constitutes a humanitarian catastrophe and reduces men to a primitive condition.

Article 3 – Education and culture give men…

Education and culture give the human kind their true dignity and make them confident when facing the vicissitudes of life. They are factors of inventiveness, healthy productivity and work for all. The evolution of human societies depends on them. Their development and implementation must be an expression of the fundamental freedoms of human nature. They must be within everyone’s reach.

Article 4 – As of the writing of these rules…

As of the writing of these rules, tens of millions of children around the world do not attend school: more than half are girls and 26% of them do not complete the 6 years of basic education, more than 1 billion adults are illiterate. More than 250 million children worldwide aged 5 to 17 are compelled to work, including more than 500,000 child soldiers, more than 9 to 10 million subjected to slavery, more than 2 million subjected to prostitution, 90% of domestic slaves are young girls from 12 to 17 years old, etc.

Article 5 – In view of that sad and deplorable situation…

In view of that sad and deplorable situation, which is largely underestimated for the years to come, the Institute wishes to undertake specific actions which focus on the following points:

  • Medicine: make very high-quality care products accessible to as many people as possible. Creation of a hospital and a care centre using advanced technologies and traditional medicine,
  • Creation of an analogue online library for documentation and research,
  • Publication of rare and ancient books,
  • Agriculture: financing of organic farming projects and aid for conversion, protection of the heritage of old seed varieties.
  • Industry: analysis, support and funding for free energy technologies and other scalable technology projects that respect the environment and human health.
  • Environment: implementation of advanced technologies to regenerate the fauna, flora and more particularly the oceans.
  • Human food: construction of biological food storage areas to deal with various natural or man-made disasters.
  • Humanitarian emergencies: construction of storage areas for all sanitary, medical, etc. equipment to deal with the various natural or man-made disasters.
  • Financing of infrastructures for orphanages.

Article 6 – In order to implement those humanitarian projects…

In order to implement those humanitarian projects, we will do our utmost to support, wherever there are urgent situations in the world, the fundamental principles of access to education and culture, and their free expression by all human beings of good will.

Article 7 – The institute believes that mankind as a whole must be engaged…

The institute believes that mankind as a whole must be engaged in the race to perfection, and that as such education and culture are an evidence of the Perfect Human Being, a fundamental requirement for the growth of peoples and civilizations in order to establish on earth an era of fraternity and lasting peace.

Department 3 – Agri-food sector

Article 1 – Our planet has always carried within it…

Our planet has always carried within it abundant vital resources, necessary for the maintenance, development and spiritual evolution of the human condition. Nature offers everything in abundance to mankind.

Article 2 – Globalisation has revealed the fundamental egoism…

Globalisation has revealed the fundamental egoism of the peoples, and in particular of the industrialised countries, governed by the financial powers. It imposes on societies a way of life, some choices and troublesome economic developments, where economic-industrial disparities create monopolies and multinational domination over consumption and production patterns, and only deepen injustices and agri-food crises, worldwide.

Article 3 – Furthermore, the extreme abusive exploitation of the world’s resources …

Furthermore, the extreme abusive exploitation of the world’s resources, the control of seeds and the chemical and pharmacodynamic industries, biogenetics and the poor nutritional qualities of food are plunging humanity – in growing overpopulation and galloping demography – into an unprecedented agri-food crisis which accentuates ecological and energy imbalances.

Article 4 – In this regard, the Institute intends to carry out…

In this regard, the Institute intends to carry out projects which take into account the sustainable development of bioethics. Aid must be provided to increase better agricultural quality in order to eat in a healthy and balanced way, to cultivate, produce and exploit our agri-food resources with proportion, with the aim of maintaining a natural nutritional and immune balance.

Article 5 – The objective is to allow the peoples…

The objective is to allow the peoples free access to seeds (not genetically modified) – heritage of their culture – and to the production tools needed for a healthy agriculture. It is a question of ensuring the peoples the peaceful and sustainable management of the fundamentals in the global agri-food sector, and to allow them food independence. The objective is to judiciously inform the peoples about the dangers – for them and their ecosystem – that are all the (genetic) manipulations that do not respect the balance within the vegetable and animal kingdoms as well as the use of chemical substances, rays and waves likely to cause the alteration of the genes which form the identity and the specificity of the human species, of the animal and plant kingdoms.

Article 6 – Agriculture has the noble mission…

Agriculture has the noble mission of ensuring plant growth, maintenance and restoration of animal and human forms, in a joyful and sharing spirit, which promotes the spiritual quest of humanity, its balance and its longevity.

Department 4 – Industry and Technology

Article 1 – Economic poverty…

Economic poverty, which causes the social exclusion of individuals, constitutes – in all societies – an offence against human dignity, a crime against humanity, and a denial and violation of human rights. Despite technological prowess, the great hopes aroused by excessive mechanisation and advances in computer science including artificial intelligence, globalisation and economic liberalism have only aggravated poverty and social disparities.

Article 2 – We are far from suppressing the great evils…

The human kind hopes to conquer space and colonise other planets in our solar system but they do not think of alleviating human misery. The Institute strives to promote reflections upon the advent of new technologies responsible for the emergence of new and even more dangerous problems which go so far as to terrorise the human beings with their consequences. In the era of performance in global communication, societies and individuals experience isolation and loneliness: the world of capital has divided humanity and increased social disparities. We must think of future generations who may ask us serious questions about the dramatic consequences and demand for our accountability in regards with our social state and the loss of flora varieties and animal species.

Article 3 – The achievements of human genius…

The evolution of ethical and spiritual consciousness has not kept pace with the achievements of human genius. The stranglehold on technical industries by large industrial groups has only aggravated the psychological misery of peoples deprived of their sovereignty and their rights to self-determination. This has led to an upsurge in insanity for all generations and social strata on the planet.

In the spirit of the institute, we must therefore:

Article 4 – Apply a philosophy of life…

Apply a philosophy of life based on mutual respect of individuals, exchange, fair sharing, relations based on pacifism, mutual understanding, elimination of power relations and threats.

Article 5 – Maintain people in their original environment…

Maintain people in their original environment in order to allow them to adapt their way of life by maintaining local crafts and production, local trade and access to fair trade resources.

Article 6 – Adapt new technologies…

Adapt new technologies to local needs, promote healthy and non-polluting energies to the vital and fundamental needs of local populations.

Article 7 – Involve local population…

Involve local population in scalable projects where they must be stakeholders. Give back to communities noble reasons to exist and live, avoiding all forms of social, educational, cultural and professional exclusion. Ensure the right to work and to access decent housing for all and collective solidarity so that poverty is no more than a bad nightmare.

Article 8 – Based on the various charters…

Based on the various charters, declarations and universal or international conventions (mentioned on pages 1 and 2), the Institute requires the support of states and industrial skills, of all actors and decision-makers of goodwill in this world.

Article 9 – The Institute has a working knowledge of international finance…

The Institute has a working knowledge of international finance. The Institute has private and public financial partners to develop its new projects. Our interests with our partners bring solutions for the balance of social and economic life within the framework of our humanitarian projects.

Article 10 – Depending on the financial resources…

Depending on the financial resources committed, the Institute will ensure that the consequences of each project undertaken by Fulmina Foundation are beneficial and provide well-being, development, evolution of societies, and never serve causes which can bring about imbalances that alienate the equilibrium of the planet, human consciousness and intelligence.

Department 5 – Science and Medicine

Article 1 – The will of the Board is to actively materialise…

The will of the Institute is to actively materialise the projects to which it is committed. Faithful to our ideal and to the statutes of Fulmina foundation, we are committed to respecting human life and dignity.

Article 2 – The institute wants to initiate a dynamic…

The institute wants to initiate a dynamic that brings together scientific, literary, philosophical and metaphysical thoughts, in an ideal of respect and of awareness of universal evolution and meet the needs of scientists, researchers, creators, innovators, philosophers, inventors, self-taught technicians, all altruistic and philanthropic people, determined to work very actively in pursuit of the same humanitarian objective.

Article 3 – It coordinates the various disciplines…

It coordinates the various disciplines of Science and Medicine, synthesises and supervises the results of global research in order to teach them and apply them to the medical art.

Article 4 – The institute supports preventive care…

The Institute supports preventive care, food supplements, essential remedies, medicines, basic generics so that they are accessible to all. However, the Institute prefers prevention to cure.

Article 5 – It federates and establishes a free…

It federates and establishes a free, solid and private partnership with researchers in biomedicine, natural science, plant and marine biology, interdisciplinary sciences, etc., for fundamental research and/or direct application.

Article 6 – With rapid progress in genetics…

With rapid progress in genetics, the pharmaceutical industry is experiencing a real revolution. New drugs or remedies are mostly derived from the development of biotechnologies which require a very particular ethic of non-toxicity and long-term respect for human identity and its immunity (animal and plant), both physical and psychological. The large international groups are not adapted to the needs of the disadvantaged populations of our planet and the latter are eager to safeguard and protect their ancestral and inexpensive medicines.

Article 7 – Aware of that reality in the new world order…

Aware of that reality in the new world order, we must initiate new ways of life and existence, the Institute intends to work with caution, but determination and efficiency, in order for us to manage to help humanity (through the spirit of irreproachable ethics) preserve its natural immune defenses acquired over centuries, have access to medical care and enjoy health which is a source of joy and happiness, aligning with a fully evolving world that is concerned about its future, knowing that health is a life treasure.

Department 6 – Social Life

Article 1 – Our human race is responsible…

Our human race is responsible for all our problems: they are the consequences of multiple disorders that unbalance our social life and the life of our planet. Socially speaking, human life is what we make of it. The social fabric is objectified by myriads of more or less subtle threads, made up of human relations where the cosmos, the universe, the planet, nature, mankind, kingdoms of nature, science, technology, planetary economy, geopolitics, etc. mingle all together. The human beings express their natural genius, their desires, hopes, expectations, beliefs and dreams. Through education, culture, understanding transformed into knowledge and this into wisdom, humanity has the power to transmute the entire social fabric. We evolve and build by the very weaving of multiple and complex links of an inter-cultural, inter-social, inter-active and inter-dependent nature.

Article 2 – It is therefore up to us to engage…

It is therefore up to us to engage in reasonable projects in order to improve the living conditions of our societies and to rehabilitate mankind in what is most essential, namely life: to live at peace and happy with one another for collective and personal evolution.

Article 3 – The Institute intends to fight against…

  • Malnutrition,
  • Inaccessibility to drinking water, decent sanitation facilities and comfortable housing,
  • Inaccessibility to health systems,
  • Inaccessibility to fee-free and free education, without racial and sexual discrimination,
  • Literacy limitation and illiteracy,
  • The enslavement and mistreatment of women, men, old people, children and of course animals,
  • Modern and subtle forms of slavery,
  • Child labour,
  • The various forms of exploitation and human trafficking – children and adults,
  • The various plagues affecting the environment,
  • Social impoverishment and individual poverty,
  • Lack of sustainable and fair development affecting lifestyles,
  • Racial, cultural, religious, political, professional discrimination,
  • The global non-application of human rights,
  • Safeguarding of literary and cultural heritage.

Article 4 – All human beings deserve respect…

All human beings deserve respect in their socio-cultural, inter-confessional and philosophical diversities. No nation, no ethnic, cultural or religious minority, no culture, should be the object of any social exclusion. Every individual must be allowed and able to participate in the collective life of nations, each bringing their contribution to the general evolution of the planetary consciousness. No one should be left out of the benefits, rights and duties implied by any development towards progress. The fundamental principles of ethics and social justice apply unconditionally to all, majority and minority, strong and weak, rich and poor, worker and scholar.

Article 5 – The Institute of Fulmina foundation…

The Institute of Fulmina Foundation, is based on the principle of do-not-harm (principle of harmlessness), including the animal and plant kingdoms, and contributes to the general improvement of human life.

Department 7 – Funding

To operate and finance its projects, Fulmina Foundation and its Institute benefit from the contribution of:

Article 1 – Own funds…

Contributions of funds or financial assets, movable or immovable, from its members or associates, from private or public organisations.

Article 2 – External funds…

Allocations of private funds,
Contributions of funds or financial assets from private or public participants whose profits are allocated to the realisation of specific or contractual projects,
The partners involved in the projects,

Article 3 – To ensure the management of the capital…

To ensure the proper management of the capital allocated to Fulmina Foundation and its Institute, Fulmina foundation Institute relies on financial practice and effective mastery of banking techniques for managing financial assets of the institutional system.

Article 4 – Fulmina Foundation and its Institute…

Fulmina Foundation and its Institute are as a whole a private organisation acting freely in respect of the international agreements.

Article 5 – The objectives and projects must remain free…

The objectives and projects must remain free in the execution and concrete realisation of their actions.

Article 6 – Arya Foundation…

Fulmina Foundation is both a private and legal structure of an international nature, in accordance with international humanitarian law according to the sovereign agreements signed by the 193 member countries of the United Nations.

Article 7 – Fulmina foundation is therefore referenced…

Fulmina foundation is therefore referenced in the international institutions mentioned on pages 1 and 2 – basis of the declaration of Fulmina Foundation.

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