The Eternal Wisdom

Palace of Persepolis / 520-519 A.C. – 4. D.C. / Persia

Historical context

Ancient cultures, such as the Persians, the Sumerians, the Egyptians or the Hebrews, created and guarded a knowledge which allowed them to nurture the power and health of places, and they adapted city structures and architectures accordingly. They passed the knowledge on to the Greek and Roman cultures of antiquity. In the Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, up to the late Baroque of the European cultural area, this knowledge was always further developed and applied. In the Enlightenment, the Age of Reason, it was then more and more suppressed, but flared up again in Romanticism, until it completely disappeared in Classicism. Subsequently, only individual family dynasties and organizations had access to this ancient knowledge.


In the 90s of the last century, individual attempts were made to shed new light on this field on the basis of the “new” sciences. Various scientists and researchers from the fields of biophysics, geobiology, quantum physics, water research, bioeconomy and other disciplines came to conclusions that confirmed this empirical knowledge applied in so many cultures over such a long period of time and made it appear in a new light.


Of particular note was the work “Gaia – The Practical Science of Planetary Medicine” published by the British medical scientist, chemist and biophysicist James Lovelock in 1991, in which he argued that our planet is a living organism that has an anatomy, physiology, biochemical processes and metabolism, as well as other criteria relevant to a living organism. From then on, this work formed the basis for the geosciences and modern climate research.


Other researchers such as the Swiss geobiologist Blanche Merz or the Slovenian artist and Unesco Artist for Peace Marko Pogačnik dealt with the soul quality of the planet and individual places. The British researcher and author Paul Devereux spoke about the memory quality of Mother Earth and modern water research dealt with the power of water to store information.


All these considerations and efforts led back to the eternal knowledge of how life, energy and information work. Our planet is a living organism and has soul aspects, and the same is true on the level of continents, countries, regions, cities, villages, places and properties. Every place has a unique potential, its own identity, a DNA. So every place has a kind of hardware and a kind of software, an inner program.

Our core task is to understand this inner program, to connect from our hearts with the energies and information of places, to enter into dialogue with them and to shape our human activities in harmony with them.