Title I


1. Holos Global System is a coordinated program of solutions and initiatives to face real problems of the inhabitants of the Earth.

2. The Holos Code is the whole of the behavior and acting principles and rules to achieve the Holos Global System program.

Title II

Fundamental principles

3. To be is to exist.

4. To feel to be is to perceive to exist.

5. Matter is the whole of energy, space and time constituting substance and the reality of being.

6. Life is a state of the matter, a condition of energy in space and time during its evolution.

7. All is made of matter is material.

8. Thought and spirit are manifestations and effects of the matter.

9. Material problems are those related to the matter and its manifestations.

10. All material problems are solvable.

11. A system is a whole of parts with mutual relations.

12. A complex system is a whole of parts where the behavior of each part affects the whole and the behavior of the whole affects the ones of each single part.

13. In a complex system, the problems of one part are completely solvable only if the problems of all the other parts are solved.

Title III

To be

14. Being in itself is the power.

15. The action of being is the display of its power.

16. Power depends on the shape.

17. The aim of action is even greater power.

18. Action in itself liberates the power.

19. Every reactive action provokes other actions.

20. Also every action of reaction itself liberates power.

21. The action can be directed externally or internally to the being.

22. The action that is directed internally causes a decomposition of the being that carries it out.

23. The action directed externally results in disintegration or aggregation.

24. Disintegration occurs when the action provokes contrast between the behavior of the parts and the rules that hold them together.

25. Aggregation occurs when the act proposes a new rule that encourages the parts to adopt suitable behavior to improve relationships.

26. If the being is alone, and therefore there is no external subject to the being, its first action can only be directed towards itself.

27. The first action directed towards the self of the single being can only give origin to its own decomposition; otherwise there would be no power display.

28. The decomposition of the single being results in two or more parts.

29. The successive actions of the first increase the power of all the parts, although every action itself frees power. This apparent paradox is explained by the fact that the action, that is the display of freed power, modifies the shape of the whole.

30. The new shape of the whole increases its power through a chain that, from the minimum power of the initial shape, passes on to a higher power, under a transitory more complex shape until the maximum power in the final shape of maximum complexity.

31. In the process constituted by every transitory phase, as action is a means to display and increase power by modifying the shape, the greater power becomes a means for action, until the achievement of the maximum power, which corresponds to the final shape, when other actions are no longer needed to display power.

32. This process takes place both according to the strengthening of the whole and the strengthening of the part that accomplishes the action.

33. Therefore, if directed to the outside, the actions that aim to strengthen provoke the decay of those who carry them out or of those who react; if directed to the inside, they provoke the strengthening of those who complete them.

34. In order to avoid an average power from becoming an instrument to produce the action, provoking other people's or own self decay, it’s necessary to have the opportunity to display power without completing the action or completing the action without modifying the shape, so as not to increase the power.

35. It’s impossible for the only being to display power without first completing the action.

36. It’s impossible to accomplish the action without modifying the shape so that power doesn’t increase.

37. Until the whole reaches maximum power, every action will be a means to display power and every power will be a means to produce the action.

38. The only solution to avoid one’s own decay is to address the action towards oneself, this way causing one’s own strengthening, with no decay or self-decay.

Title IV


39. The power of the whole of all the parts is superior to the sum of the power of each of the parts of the whole and also greater than the power of the single original being.

40. Maximum power is only achieved with the maximum number of parts and not with the fusion of various parts.

41. The maximum power of all the parts corresponds to the maximum power of each part in respect to the whole.

42. As the first action originated two or more parts provided of the same power, also the maximum power of each part of a whole is identical to the whole’s power.

43. Each part therefore tends towards its maximum power in relation to its whole until achieving this.

44. Every part therefore completes the actions necessary to reach its maximum power in relation to its whole.

45. This way the disparity of power between each part is reduced in relation to the whole of all the parts and of each part in relation to all other ones, this until every part reaches the same maximum power, which corresponds to the maximum power of the whole of all the parts.

Title V


46. Prior to activation there is only energy. Power exists without strength.

47. Then, the energy decomposes into various parts.

48. Through decomposition, the various parts of energy produce waves.

49. Waves constitute space.

50. Matter is formed in space.

51. Matter transforms in time.

52. The transformation of matter provokes the decomposition and successive recomposition of energy particles. It’s the evolution process.

53. With evolution, the particles increase in power, displayed through further actions.

54. If power is displayed (action), the energy endures decomposition and therefore tends to re-strengthen itself.

55. If the energy is so powerful to succeed in inhibiting every action addressed to display power to the outside, there’s a power accumulation.

56. The power accumulation at the head of an organism itself does not produce benefits in relation to the whole.

57. If instead such an accumulation is projected into space, independently from the energy that produces it, it results in the modification of the waves produced from the energy, thus modifying the effect without modifying the original cause.

Title VI

Perception and memory

58. Genetic memory is the bases of the cerebral system where hereditary characteristics are recorded. It characterizes the evolution of a determined species. It sits in the brain stem and contains the data that triggers stimuli and instincts.

59. Long-term memory is a superstructure of the cerebral base containing previously elaborated data. Its center is in the two lobes, under the cortex, and is the most complex and substantial part of cerebral ability.

60. The remote memory is the place where the traditional modes of behavior are recorded and the deductive strategies and inductive stimuli are elaborated. The first mentioned logically analyze what there is according to the actual system of elaboration; the others imagine or understand what it could be: it could be affirmed that it’s them who create the reality.

61. The short-term memory resides in the cerebral cortex and contains the data received from the organ sensors and also the decisions transmitted after the elaboration of the same data.

62. Perception is the action through which one gains conscience of reality by means of a sensation. It’s a psychic function that works out what the senses, as external and internal receptors, transmit to conscience.

63. The type of sensation depends on the way of perception, a process beginning with the transmission of data through the cerebellum from the senses to the short term memory and continuing with their comparison with the data already existing in the short term, remote and genetic memory.

64. Perception does not derive from a complex of feelings originating from many stimuli, but from facts, objects and shapes. Our psychic activity, due to the nature and conformation of the sensorial organs, records above all effects, which coincide with and dominate the processes that have produced them.

65. The limit of psychic activity also depends on the limited speed of data transmission in the nervous system and therefore on the necessity to employ the time factor in a specific way. From perception we quickly pass to reaction, without dedicating the time necessary to understand the reason behind perceiving something in a certain way and to logically preview the effects of the reactions that rise from it.

66. As a consequence of psychic activity limits, the perception of what it really is disappears and the perception of what it seems i.e. what is seen and heard is confirmed.

67. The way of perceiving is therefore more closely linked to the relationship between past and present than the one between present and future. Thus, the future will be the effect of stimuli (reactions) already adopted and considered effective and not the effect of the eradication of present processes, just because it would demand too much time to find the causes.

68. In order to modify the perception process, it would be necessary to employ more time in elaboration but, in order to do so, it would be necessary to have greater power and to have greater power it would be necessary to inhibit at least partially the stimulus that induces power to display in to action.

69. The power display stimulus can only be inhibited with the awareness of being able to do so; otherwise the effect would be a sort of repression that would then need to explode.

70. The conscience of being able to allow the partial inhibition of a stimulus rises from understanding the stimulus.

71. The event effects of external actions always affect the organism, but the effects of such result are varied also according to the objective proposed by the subject that carries them out and by the duration of the same actions.

72. As a result the elimination of the original process is completed in one way if it is the effect of an increase in power and in a different way if it’s the effect of external acts.

73. The process of elimination of the original cause is related to the power exercised on the cause. At equal speed and importance conditions the action effectuated on oneself is stronger than the one endured from the outside. Consequently, in order to overcome the valence of the powers of other organism strength is necessary – a display of power - that is more accelerated and more significant than that normally expressed by the organism from which we are wishing to remove the cause.

74. However, in order to provoke a radical change in the process the original cause must be known otherwise the actions turn out to be almost insignificant attempts.

75. Once the reason why a complex organism perceives in a particular way is recognized and understood, it is necessary to make the effort of reproducing the characteristics by imagining or guessing the same feelings as the organism. In other words it is necessary to complete a “replication” of the process to be modified, in order to feel the same stimuli, taking care to distinguish between one’s own natural feelings and those sensed by putting yourself in someone else’s shoes.

76. There is always a margin of difference between being a person and trying to be someone – even if intended in an experimental and not pathological way -, also because the organism finds itself forced to manage two different states at the same time.

77. This is the so-called fourth level of perception.

78. The first level comes with the pure acknowledgement of what’s obvious, the second with its memorization, and the third with the feelings experienced. The three levels together determine the way of perception.

79. The fourth level, that is obtained with the replication is one of the most difficult human activities, it’s a comparison between your own and other people's ways of perceiving.

Title VII


80. Need is the original cause of the transformation of energy in space and in time, it’s the stimulus that transforms power into strength and pushes energy towards greater complexity, in search of the conquest of maximum perfection.

81. Need is the power that determines the actions of every part of the whole.

82. Action is the manifestation of the physical power or spiritual energy; it’s intelligence and movement.

83. Intelligence is conscience and elaboration of experience; it’s the idea, the power.

84. Movement is moving something from the calm; it’s action, power.

85. What is necessary is what cannot be done without, what is needed or useful.

86. Complexity is the result of the union of several parts and it shows itself in various contrasting aspects, often difficult to understand.

87. Reality is the entirety of all that exists and is born from necessity.

88. Need creates the problem, a condition to overcome or resolve.

89. The problem is overcome or resolved by adopting rules and behaviors fitting to the aim.

90. The effect of overcoming or resolving the problem is of greater complexity.

91. Greater complexity stimulates new necessities.

92. New necessities create new problems.

93. The state of reality is the situation and condition of the reality in time and space.

94. The human being is part of a complex reality, a manifestation of the complexity of reality.

95. The human being perceives the part of reality which he can become aware of by means of the senses and intuition.

96. Like all that that exists, the human being perceives necessity, as a superior strength to the will.

97. The necessities of the human being are needs, desires and emulations.

98. The need is the necessity to obtain something that is missing in order to overcome an unpleasant situation or achieve greater well-being. Air, water, food, rest, light, heat, space, company, clothes, housing are vital needs.

99. Desire is the necessity that pushes towards someone or something that presents some form of pleasure. Sex, self-esteem, security, affection, achievement, physical comfort are all fundamental desires.

100. Emulation is the necessity to be the same or exceed someone or something. Judging and comparing oneself in life, work, play and in the things we have at our disposal are emulations.

101. Perceiving necessity, the human being poses problems.

102. The solution of the human problems originates from the deductive idea and is achieved with the finalized action.

103. The idea is the intellectual representation that in itself represents a whole of possible knowledge.

104. Deduction is the ability to elaborate ideas and to reach a particular solution from a general principle.

105. The deductive idea is representation and elaboration of experience and knowledge.

106. The act is the action of producing specific effects, the individual acts that imply a moral appraisal.

107. The finalized act is the action that is carried out with the objective in mind.

108. Action demands decision and determination.

109. Decision is a choice, determination of the will.

110. Determination is an attitude of resolution, emergency and conviction to act in a specific way.

111. Human problems are processes of needs, ideas and set in action.

112. The human being:

- perceives needs, desires and emulations.

- recognizes existence when it considers them resolvable.

- establishes the order of priority according to urgency.

- researches origin and causes.

- proposes the aim to solve or overcome them.

- thinks of solutions.

- imagines and previews the effects of the solutions.

- tries to achieve and, as all the others parts, uses its environmental and own resources as a way of satisfying his own necessities.

- organizes available means in the light of the objectives and sets up a plan.

- overcomes the obstacles.

- obtains result.

113. The process of the human reality begins with the stimulus of necessity, its need, desire or emulation continues with the perception of the problems, it passes through the solutions and it concludes with the solution to the problem and the satisfaction of the need.

114. Human beings wonder why, what, how, when to act and with who.

115. Human beings act because they feel a need and submit themselves the problem of solving it.

116. One acts and thinks to find and create solutions.

117. One acts as he can even if he knows it would be better to do it another way.

118. One acts when he’s compelled to do so, according to the urgency of the need to be satisfied, on its priority degree, and on the immediate or future possibility of solving the problem.

119. One accomplishes the acts with who accepts it or with who undergoes it.

120. Reality is in constant transformation.

121. The two fundamental moments of the reality of human beings are the beginning and the end, life and death. This is the reality of the reality that the human being perceives and often neglects.

122. One is born and one dies because it is still necessary.

123. Also death is a necessity, the necessity for life to come to an end so that the reality is renewed and transformed.

124. In spite of the completed efforts, the reality of the human being is still and always conditioned by need.

125. The strength of need prevails on the will of every human being and on the one of its whole.

126. Until the existence of a single human being that cannot satisfy his own vital necessities all human beings will keep dieing.

127. The human being is a complex organism that is part of a whole.

128. It’s energy at the most complex state.

129. Death is the irreversible cessation of the vital functions involving a total change in the condition of the living being and the loss of its essential characteristics. It’s an event that for now unites all living beings, including the human being.

130. The organism cells are potentially immortal. Cellular mortality is scientifically demonstrated.

131. Being death a material problem, it’s possible to obtain the immortality of a whole of cells, of a living organism and, therefore of the human being.

Title VIII

The whole

132. It’s necessary to conjugate wealth, solidarity and democracy.

133. The conjugation of wealth, solidarity and democracy doesn’t exist yet because of sectionalism, the trend for facing particular problems, loosing the global view.

134. The solution to conjugate wealth, solidarity and democracy doesn’t only depend on each one of us but it’s in the whole.

135. The only element able to concentrate in itself enough knowledge to modify the processes is the whole scientific technological mechanism – which, however, has power as its objective rather than the union of wealth, solidarity and democracy.

136. It isn’t imaginable that the solution may be found through an artificial intelligence provided of the necessary information and logic in order to allow deduction. It would be the fruit of that same scientific-technological mechanism, which would orient the way to perceive and therefore the way to deduce its own likeness.

137. The solution is in the whole. Together it’s possible. But the whole needs to emulate who is familiar with the production processes and is aware of what is right but believes the participation of all is fundamental in order to act, in order to create what’s right. And it’s essential that the emulated one is an organized part of the whole, without appearing as a subject, in order to avoid being considered a myth and, therefore, basically being admired, being envied and imitated.

138. There is not only the need for a recurring example but the example must have sufficient strength to take over the knowledge of the prevailing parts and to produce precise actions on the whole. As energy produces waves without being waves in it, the model must know how to produce effects without being confused with the produced effect.

139. The scientific-technological mechanism allows an individual to act that way alone, without appearing and without participants. The actions might well include procreation, production, information and other less known sciences, respectively working on genetic mechanisms, monetary system, communication process and cerebral hyper energies. But only towards creating imbalance and not for restoring equilibrium.

140. This is the current state of the things, the reality of facts. A single individual may only demonstrate his own power but cannot succeed alone in strengthening that of the others.

141. Perhaps the reaction towards the action manifesting power could help modify the way of perception and as a result provoke the creation of the means for a such an enforcement, but there would undoubtedly be the risk of a different reaction, which could even distance those who have already proposed the total improvement of the whole. There would also be those who would react by showing the strength of their power just to be able, without worrying about the effect that such actions might have on the whole.

142. Therefore it’s possible to modify the way of perception but one person mustn’t carry it out alone. One must have it done by some others, dividing model references in a consistent number of persons (so that the observer grasps the new processes without doubting he won’t be able to take them up) and with a set of examples of a productive nature (encouraging the participants to reason and participate) one creates the basis in order to demonstrate that it is not only possible but worth being as one wants to be rather than in another way.

143. No armed uprising, civil disobedience, popular elections, successions or divisions, unifications or alliances, federation or confederation will be able to equal the emulation power of those who know how to establish, not only dealing with internal relationships, a real social basis, understood as contextual modification of relationships and behavior.

Title IX


144. Historic reality is passed on by who has supremacy. Historic reality is always apparent.

145. Effective reality is made of facts that really take place and their exact description.

146. The forecast of the future consists in the logical deduction that derives from the effective truth of the facts we know.

147. The future will be as each of us can rationally imagine.

148. Future is always undetermined and undeterminable, because it always occurs differently to what was expected and differently to how one tries to construct it.

 149. The fundamental elements have always manifested themselves in recurrent ways, except in the cases in which the relationships and the rules between the parts of the system have not been adapted to the increase in the level of complexity. In those cases, when the level of complexity of the relationships between the parts was not adapted, the system was no longer in a position to hold all the parts together with the old rules and the parts endured rapid mutations, a sort of acceleration.

150. The behavior mutations of the parts have provoked new rules and, therefore, new relationships.

151. The behavior is the action. Its cause is the relationship between the level of power and the attainment of the maximum power of the being.

152. Until it is equipped with a level of power that does not coincide with its maximum power, the part carries out internal actions aimed at modifying its own structure, despite its external ties.

153. Now, we find ourselves in a situation of such a complexity that modification is required, the renewal of the rules and the relationships between the parts. The only observation is that for the last fifteen years it has been possible to assure to all the human beings the freedom from necessity, since this result has not been achieved, it demonstrates that the rules of the system are no longer adequate for its level of development and, consequently, for its level of complexity. It’s therefore natural, historically logical and probable that someone avoids the rules, adopting estranged behavior from the same rules.

154. The rules will evolve on account of atypical behaviors.

155. With the current process, in future it will be possible to have an increase in wealth, solidarity and democracy, both in its entirety, and for a part of humanity, but we will not be able to have these conditions for all the parts. Indeed, the reality demonstrates to us that in one hundred years’ time the number of poor, weak and emarginated groups will have increased. And it will be so until we continue to even presuppose that it is possible to fulfill at least one, or two, of these conditions, without the third one. The problem is displayed in an unreal distorted light. In fact things stand differently. The problem is not in the fact that it’s impossible to unite these three conditions, but in the fact that these three conditions are referred to as a group that is inexistent, nor will ever exist, if all three are not achieved together.

156. Without wealth there is no solidarity and no democracy. Without solidarity there is no wealth and no democracy. Without democracy there is no wealth and no solidarity. Just as it’s impossible to have truth, beauty and justice if these three elements do not exist together.

157. Therefore the problem is irresolvable really because this is not the problem. And thus it’s impossible to find a solution to a non-existent problem. The real problem is how to achieve the three conditions all together. And the solution is the will to achieve together. To do so, it is necessary to perceive that the maximum individual potentiality is reached in achieving the maximum total potentiality.

158. Only what is perceived can be acknowledged.

159. To make something be perceived one has to take conscience through communication.

160. There are knowledge and ability to act and they rise from the scientific-technological complex.

161. In order to organize knowledge and ability to act according to the desired objectives, which is made by changing the way of perception, requires a process that can be defined as protostrategy, conceived as the emulation of the original only being: division of energy with the first action, formation of waves, creation of space, creation and transformation of matter, with the consequent resetting of the energy, of all the energy, to a more complex state.

162. Therefore, one division and the whole is recreated.

Title X

To be and to become

163. We can think we are what we deduce and we deduce what we perceive.

164. We can think what we deduce is what we perceive, taking the data from external reality through senses or intuition.

165. Whole is the truth that we know and what we can deduce from it. To think of the whole means to deduce it by what we perceive.

166. We can think to whole as the fusion of energy, space and time. Reflecting on energy, space and time we perceive, we can think of energy, space and time that we do not perceive.

167. Whole is simply the whole of what we perceive and of what we don’t but that we can deduce.

168. Immanent is what is part of the substance of a thing and that does not subsist outside of it.

169. Transcendent is what goes past the limits of any possible knowledge.

170. All we think is immanent.

171. Only what is not believed is transcendent.

172. Time is the measure of the movements of the energy that is transformed in space.

173. Time is born by the energy in motion.

174. Without movement of the energy the measure of movements, the time, would not even be.

175. Space is the mean created by the energy to transform itself and to evolve.

176. Space is born by the relationship between the parts of the energy.

177. Whole can be different from what we expect it to be but we can only believe without time there is no space and without space there is no time.

178. Only energy can exist without space and time.

179. Therefore the energy could have been whole before of space and time and will can still be the whole at the end of the space and the time.

180. Present is the state of the evolution of energy in a certain space and in certain moment of time.

181. The past is energy in less space and a shorter time than now.

182. Origin is energy without space and time.

183. The future will be energy with more space and more time until the end of time and space.

184. Chaos may have existed at the beginning but a process starting from an origin towards an aim must have some causes and adopt some rules.

185. The rules of the evolution are born from the meeting of the requirements of energy in continuous transformation in space and time.

186. When the complexity of the evolutionary state places unsolvable requirements whole gives itself new rules.

187. The cycle is in delay regarding the requirements. Such delay provokes the cyclical evolutionary states:  a step ahead and half behind.

188. Even so we can imagine an uninvolvible state that puts in motion a constant advance evolutionary process.

189. Whole is a complex system, a totality of organized parts and relations between them and their behaviors, while the environment is made of the totality of all those parts that affect such system and also of all the others who’s behaviors are affected by the same system.

190. All the systems are open because the parts of every system have relationships with parts of other systems.  Also the whole constituted from energy, space and time is a system opened towards the whole made of energy without space and time.

191. The complex systems have a hierarchical structure organized on dyadic levels that assign the parts a double valence:  every part represents its self when it addresses the top while it represents the totality when it addresses the bottom.

192. This is why it tends towards the top:  every part feels crushed from the parts standing in a higher position and reacts.

193. The shape of a hierarchical structure can be represented from a scale pyramid in which every step corresponds to a level with the maximum capacity and that it can accommodate a maximum number of parts.

194. The increase of the total number of parts cannot be accommodated on the existing levels but it demands the creation of new steps to which new levels correspond.

195. The new steps cannot be created on the apex or sides of the pyramid, but only to its base.

196. The part that wants to go up a step must complete a effort in order to go up and one in order to find a space for himself in the advanced step, where every part tries to defend it’s own space.

197. To every part that comes down or comes dragged to the bottom, corresponds a part that succeeds to go up towards the top.

198. The hierarchical structure and the dyadic valence influence the relations between the parts and their behaviors, determining therefore the way the same parts evolve.

199. We perceive the way of evolving from the fact that all that we know expresses an inferior valence to its potential one because of the cycles that take place in space and time.

200. The single will of the parts does not succeed to exceed a certain limit, because the evolution of energy doesn’t find a reply in the evolution of all that comprises space and time, therefore the energy is forced to wait for enough space and time in order to evolve the same all which energy is part of. And the cause of this limit is the structure of the system in which we live.

201. We can recognize the existence of a problem of the hierarchical structure simply by putting in comparison what we know would be right, therefore what it could be, with what we manage to make.

202. Our wills can not reveal them selves freely because they are limited by the system’s structure.

203. Rule follows demand, until rules lack demand; this regresses all and makes rules take a step backwoods.

204. It’s always been like that, because beginning starts from energy’s requirement to evolve.

205. Requirement was born first, then rule.

206. That is why beginning performs in chaos, because at the beginning rules do not exist.

207. To a certain degree of complexity rules settle down.

208. Causal order was born followed by a partial chaos (determined from the difference of evolution of energy and the totality of energy, space and time), then by a new rule and later by new chaos.

209. This is the process of the cycles, a concatenation of states of evolution and decline that slows down the evolution of all.

210. The Energy imprisoned in all is forced to follow this process.

211. When the system rose also its structure had origin.

212. That is because energy before space and time, i.e. all before space and time, has had the requirement to evolve and it has found the way to do it, a part from the rule to order without cycles the evolution of the new all that has been created in space and with the time.

213. The pure energy has no knowledge and doesn’t require rules.

214. Only the whole of energy within space and together with time demands rules.

215. After having resolved our own essential requirements, instead of inventing other requirements, some parts can decide to modify the structure.

216. The improvement of the structure produces the improvement of whole from which a new process is born.

217. It’s the revolution, and also the re-balance, of the rule of selection:  exceeded the minimal level, instead of perpetuating the affirmation push on the others; we act on the structure, to modify it for itself and the others.

218. The target of the human been must be the one to carry the evolution level of whole to the evolution level of energy and this means to discover our own whole and use it to improve the whole of which we are part.

219. In order to modify the way of evolution of the relationships and the behaviors of the parts of the complex systems it is necessary to exceed their hierarchical structure and create a participative structure, transforming the step pyramid in to a sphere with equal distances from the center.

220. One solves the structure problem by modifying its shape.

221. The composition of the parts of a wood piece is the same as the one of the wood shavings obtained from its grinding.

222. A various shape of the truth does not change its substance but can change its behaviors.

223. It is a case of adjusting the structures shape to the content’s substance.

224. To transform the pyramid in a sphere it is necessary to move it and make it rotate so that it assumes at first the shapes of an elliptic cone, then of a double elliptic cone with common base and, finally, of a sphere.

225. In order to make the pyramid rotate it is necessary that a part of it that finds its self on a certain step comes down of a level and, leaving a substitutive entity that occupies the freed space, you associate its valence to the one of the level on which it has come down:  the valence of the inferior level turns out therefore increased of the valence of the part that has come down, while the valence of the advanced level turns out reduced from the neutrality of the part that replaces the part that has come down to the lower level.

226. By repeating the method we obtain a process that increases the valence of the inferior levels down to the base of the structure, from where it is possible to move the entire pyramid by joining the efforts of its parts.

227. The movement of spin modifies the pyramid in a cone and tilts the scales giving them a propeller’s vanes shape.

228. The acceleration of the rotating movement expands the median lateral surface of the cone and reduces its base until becoming a double cone with one common base.

229. Finally it assumes the sphere shape.

230. This process makes so that every part of the whole can better express its own potential.

231. In order to free the substance from the structure’s limits the same structure must be modified.

232. By employing our intelligence for the time necessary to achieve and the time necessary to act (QET2 = intellectual quotient for energy in the unit of time for time in order to achieve for time in order to act) the process is carried out.

233. We have the conscience of being, the sensibility in order to achieve and elaborate plus the ability to communicate quickly.

234. At the end the difference between a stone and us is the ability to do more things in the same time unit.

235. We can assert of being parts of the whole going faster than the same whole.

236. In order to achieve equilibrium, we can regress compared to the whole or evolve the others parts of the whole.

237. We can organize ourselves by discovering how we are and acting according to the aim we want to reach.

238. First of all we must love each other.

239. Then we must establish how each of us must have relationships with others, basing our selves on what we are and not on what we would like to be.

240. Then we must establish how each one of us shall put himself in comparison with of all the others.

241. Then it is necessary to produce.

242. Finally we must be coherent with our aims and must revise our ideas in the continuous search of the truth.

243. The more truth we discover the less errors we will make. 

244. We can accomplish anything we know to be in coherence with our strategy. 

245. What we think is communicated by what we do.

246. If what we do is incoherent our thoughts will be distorted and also they will become incoherent.

247. There will be obstacles. Whole is enclosed in a primordial structure that addresses every part of the whole to its own hierarchical shape (scale pyramid).

248. Because the valence of a whole of parts is higher than the sum of the valences of its parts, the obstacles can only be overcome by the action performed by some parts without all the others joining them.

249. And it’s possible, because If a problem is perceived it’s because the possibility to solve it exists.

250. If nobody has ever thought of the same problem, until now, it can only mean that the conditions in order to face the problem have not existed.

251. To perceive a problem means sooner or later you will have to face it, which means sooner or later you will have to solve it.

252. The human system is an organized whole of persons and relations between them and their behaviors. The Earth is the environment constituted by the totality of all the factors that influence the system and also of everything that’s behaviors are modified by the human system.

253. The fundamental rule on which the human system is based i.e. the organization’s principle, is the necessity to communicate between its parts. 

254. The human system is holistic, a whole totality, and it is founded on many subsystems.

255. Every system has one own fundamental base.

256. Holistic is an all entirety, it means that we are all part of the same system in which we have civil, political, economic, moral and religious relationships and behaviors that depend on the social, civil, politic, economic, moral and religious subsystems.

257. A social system is a spontaneous and organized whole made of two or more individuals and of the relations between them and their behaviors in a tidy field of relationships through which their own maximum personality can be expressed, while the social environment is constituted from the totality of all those individuals that influence such system and also of all the other individuals whose behaviors are influenced from the social system. The fundamental civil base is the attraction between two or more persons.

258. A civil system is the totality of the rules that realize the equilibrium of the relationships of the single ones and of the groups that take part in an organized society and of relations between of them and their effects, while the civil atmosphere is constituted from all the behaviors that influence such system and also of all those that are influenced from the same civil system and from its rules. The fundamental civil base is the freedom of one single person compared to those of all the others.

259. A political system is the totality of the different methods of coordination of relationships and behaviors of all those people that participate to an organized society through the making and management of the authority that derives from the entire society on to the individual in function of everyone’s goodness. The political environment is constituted of all the wills that influence such system and also of all those that are influenced from it. The fundamental political base is the mutual expectation between every person and all the others.

260. An economic system is the organized totality of the subjects that participate to production and destination processes of wealth and also to relationships and behaviors among those subjects and the natural resources. Nature is the environment constituted from all the subjects and the resources that influence such system and also from everything that turns out influenced from the same economic system. The fundamental economic base is the availability of the resources that we are capable of transforming.

261. A moral system is the totality of the human attitudes and relations among them and the personal and collectives behaviors that come true through the manifestations and the conditions of intellectual life and in their concrete expression. The moral environment is made of the whole of consciences and actions that influence such system and also of everything that is influenced by the same moral system. The fundamental moral base is the coherence between thought and action.

262. A religious system is the totality of the ideas, the conceptions of the individuals and of the groups about the existent and the relations between them and their manifestations. The religious environment is constituted from the acquaintances, the facts and the deductions that influence the system and also of everything that is influenced from the same religious system. The fundamental religious base is the necessity to know the truth.

263. We cannot change the substance we are made of.

264. The substance has its own system, its own structure and its own fundamental rule.

265. To modify the substance you should change the system of the relationships and of the behaviors between its parts.

266. To modify the system you should modify its structure and to do it you would have to know all its rules.

267. Because no part of a system can know all the rules of the system it is part of, it doesn’t seem possible to modify neither the structure neither the system of the substance.

268. Instead we can change the shape of the substance, as we can change the shape of almost all the things that our senses perceive.

269. It could be that the transformation of the shape of the substance also modifies the substance, but it is possible that it does not happen.

270. In any case the effect will be positive, because also the single improvement of the shape would concur with the substance of living better and developing.

271. To change the shape of the substance it is necessary that the individual system of one of its parts – i.e. one single organism –achieves such a complexity to demand the modification of its own structure.

272. By modifying the structure of the system you start a new system, which could be emulated and perfected from other subjects through the continuous improvement of its structure.

273. When the whole of subjects of the new system reaches a certain unity causing the valence of the entirety to turn out higher than the sum of the valences of the subjects that are part of it, the entirety’s unity can affect the human system.

274. No part can resist, because the valence of the actions and of the feedback of the entirety’s unity is bigger than the sum of the valences of the reactions it may meet.

275. The valid rule is the one according to which five parts in disagreement express the maximum weakness of their unity, while the union of two parts in accordance has a higher valence than the sum of each one’s valence and also of the three parts in disagreement.

276. Before doing we must be, to be we must think, in order to think we must deduce and in order to deduce we must perceive.

277. We are what we eat and what we breathe because we think of breathing and of feeding ourselves.

278. We worry about feeding breathing and ourselves because we deduce from our experience and our intuition the way to do it.

279. We know how to do it because we perceive, we feel the feeling of hunger and the need for oxygen.

280. Without perception there is no deduction, without deduction there is no thought, without thought there is no conscience of being, without conscience of being there is only past and present but no future.

Title XI

The initiatives

281. Holos Global System is a whole of concrete initiatives to help overcome and fulfill all human needs in their totality. It’s a complex plan, a whole of ideas, initiatives and actions all leading to the same objective to allow every Human Being to fulfill his or her needs to achieve immortality. It is an ambitious but essential plan.

282. The objective of Holos Global System is to change the way of perceiving, the strategy of the whole, and the expectable future. The effects will be at first the changing of the behaviors of some parts, then the strengthening of a group of parts, therefore the creation of new relationships, and finally the emulation of the whole. The means are knowledge, ideas, resources, organization, and communication. The strategy is the transfer of knowledge, the induction and strengthening of ideas, the acquisition of resources, a new structural destination of resources, an organizational centralization, structural decentralization, interactive information, acceleration of processes (disintegration and participation). The result (final functional aim) will be greater knowledge, improvement of behaviors, new way of seeing problems, new solutions to the problems, emulation, strengthening of role models, absorption of the antagonists, overcoming of old rules, creation of new rules, beginning of the new process.

283. Holos Global System is made up of the following initiatives partly already activated:

Tejas – Development of production and use of energy on the Planet;

Udaka – Increase in the amount of available water and its redistribution;

Asana – Solution to the hunger problem in the world;

Ayus – Improvement of health through research, therapy and prevention;

Jnana – Strengthening of information and its availability for every Human Being;

Vadana – Spread of social communication centers;

Karoti – Sector and regional production plans;

Tetrakos – National economic development plans;

Nava – Promotion and carrying out of new enterprises in every field;

Varga – Universal enterprise made from regional groups of enterprises;

Karana – Production facilities worldwide development;

Bhaks – Production of Consumer durable goods;

Seva – Development of corporate and private services;

Ecology – Environment depollution program;

Kosa - New global system of financial relationships;

Cinoti – Collection of savings to be assigned towards productive goals;

Parasparam – Productive reinvestment of produced wealth;

Synergy – Corporate social and commercial relationships system;

Vencap – Interventions for the strengthening of existing enterprises;

Vikraya – International clearing for commercial payments;

Stellar – Via ether interactive computerized system;

Eka – Globally spread personal security plan;

Pat-Patati - New circulation system with vertical takeoff vehicles;

Cyber Bank – Telematic bank accessible by all communication means;

Santi – War industry conversion plan;

Avatar – Worldwide applied research center;

Renewal – Contextual and programmed reform of human systems;

Republic of the Earth – Worldwide Government elected by the inhabitants of the Planet;

Dhana – New monetary unit and value measure;

Kayamara – plan to achieve the immortality of living cells.

284. The symbol the of Holos Global System plan is a triangle drawn inside a hexagon from which thirty segments enclosed in a circle start.

285. Every project is independent to the others, yet part of the same strategy.

286. Ideas resources and organization are required in order to achieve each plan. Ideas meant as solutions to existing material problems. The resources are of human and material kind. Human resources are those who can and want to take par to a plan and carry out a particular function. Material resources are natural resources and the money needed to acquire them. The organization is the system of relationships and behaviors to adopt as a means to an end.

287. The ideas on which the plans and programs of the Holos Global System are based constitute answers to face the prevailing needs of every Human Being.

288. They can be modernized and implemented during their concrete carrying out.

289. There are many human and material resources that are necessary in order to achieve the 30 plans.

290. Generally, every participant to the plan will have to produce the wealth necessary to support his own economic requirements, not because          this affects the financial requirements of the plan, but because everyone must take his own economic requirements into consideration and know how to fulfill them.

291. Material resources can be typical and innovative.

292. Typical material resources are money and credits.

293. Sales, services or bonds can represent the credits.

294. The innovative resources are founded on Dhana, the new currency.

295. The organization will be of the circular type made of concentric circles: one central nucleus for the coordination of the 30 plans and one structure for every plan.

296. The essential functions of the central coordination nucleus and the coordination nucleus of every plan will always be ideas, resources, and organization.

297. The creator and proponent of the plan should not participate in the structure, which should be constituted exclusively by technicians with various roles.

298. The resources, the proposed solutions and the organization for their achievement are specified for each of the thirty plans.

1) Tejas (Energy)

299. The level of well-being is directly proportional to the amount of employed energy. The yearly worldwide energy production increase rate is lower than one per cent. In the last two years it’s been equal to 2 per thousand. Tejas is a worldwide development program for the increase of energy. The program proposes the use of all energy sources (methane, biomasses, rivers, cascades, deserts, marine forests, tides, currents, wind, sun, space, bacteria, nuclear) as well as research into new solutions (motors, systems, apparatuses) in order to accelerate an increase in the development of energy resources.

300. The increase of energy production is obtained by means of a greater exploitation of the natural resources.

301. For the optimal spread of energy production it is necessary to set up regional and local plans to use the natural resources. The only present natural resource in every Inhabited angle of the planet is solar energy.

302. Development systems require methane conversion systems, apparatuses for the production of energy from biomasses, dams, hydroelectric centers, converters of heat into electric power, transformation systems of carbon monoxide into oxygen, systems to utilize tides and marine currents, wind centers, solar panels, transformation of gamma beams in electric power, nuclear cold fusion nuclear centers.

303. The fact the level of wellbeing is proportional to the amount of energy employed is reaffirmed. The yearly worldwide growth in energy production is lower than one per cent. In the last years it was 2 per thousand. Tejas is a worldwide development program for energy. The program proposes the use of all the sources of energy (methane, biomasses, rivers, falls, deserts, forests, tides, wind, sun, space, bacteria, nuclear) and to research new solutions (engines, plants, apparatuses) to accelerate the increase of exploitation of energetic resources.

304. (Recourses are been updated)

305. The organizational structure, in order to promote the plan, requires a central group of 81 workers and 233 national groups with 36 employees, totaling 8,469 workers assigned to the plan.

306. Experiments can be carried out with this structure, to find functional models, to promote corporate, state and individual investments.

2) Udaka (Water)

307. In the last fifty years the amount of fresh water available for every inhabitant of the Earth has been reduced by more than half. The main causes are the total increase in population, pollution and climatic changes. The scarcity of the total available water and its irregular distribution over the planet risk to provoke conflicts and wars in various regions. River and lake water is just three to a thousand of the present fresh water on the planet, the seventy per cent of water is trapped in icebergs and permanent snow and the thirty per cent confined below the Earth. The Udaka program proposes to increase the amount of water available and to improve its distribution.

308. The increase of fresh water availability on the planet is obtained by means of purifying the existing resources and building suitable structures to avoid losses and wastage.

309. What is necessary in order to supply water to those left without is to transfer the water from the river basins in which it’s found and to find new ways of using resources present in the currently lacking areas.

310. (Resources are being updated)

311. The organizational structure in order to promote and implement the plan requires 233 national groups of 108 employees, for a total of 25,308 workers.

3) Asana (Food)

312. Asana means food. The Asana program previews the free shipment and the distribution of food to those who risk dying of hunger. During the last ten years the number of people who suffer from hunger have diminished by less than 5% and are expected to further decrease by something more than 40% in the next thirty years. Today 777 million people suffer from hunger. It’s mad if you think that a dollar a day per each hungry person would be enough in order to solve this problem, less than 290 billion Dollars a year, the 6.5 per thousand of the worldwide wealth produced each year.

313. Those suffering from hunger must be given food for three years in order to resolve the food problem.

314. The conditions allowing everyone to be in a position to produce enough for their own survival and development must be created in three years.

315. (Resources are being updated).

316. The structure required in order to carry out the program is expected to be made of 25,900 centers for the production of meals, with 6 employees (155,400), 77,700 groups for the distribution with 6 workers (466,200) and one central coordination structure, amounting to a total of 621,888 workers.

4) Ayus (Health)

317. Health is one of the essential conditions to be able to live well. Over half of the world population isn’t given enough health care. The Ayus program sets interventions in the research, therapy and prevention areas.

318. Physical health demands research, prevention and disease treatment.

319. It is necessary to use modern instruments for fast diagnosis and to adopt the discoveries that science offers us.

320. This program can be achieved by means of investing in the existing organizations, ensuring resources in order to upgrade their structures and to face the problem in its entirety.

321. (Resources are being updated)

322. The plan requires a central organizational structure with 72 charged people and 28 regional groups with 144 employees, amounting to 4,104 workers.

5) Jnana (Knowledge)

323. Illiteracy and lack of information are among the main causes of poverty and malaise. Hundreds of millions of Human Beings do not know how to read or write and billions of people are not reached by adequate information. The Jnana program proposes to increase global information and make it available to all Human Beings.

324. According to the most recent data, 1.4 billion people over the age of six years are illiterate. For their schooling they need at least 7.7 million scholastic structures (30 students for 3 hours in 6 turns a day), with at least 20 million teachers (70 students per teacher). This is the size of the problem.

325. (Resources are being updated)

6) Vadana (Social communication centers)

326. What’s needed in order to be successful is ideas, resources, organization and, above all communication instruments. The current mass communication technology – newspapers, radio and television – induces the audience towards a process of aggregation, i.e. of imitation and not in striving for improvement. The difference between imitation and emulation is enormous. Imitation takes place to feel like another person to develop identical behavior, pretending to be something you are not. Emulation takes place in order to understand how to think and act in order to fulfill oneself, to be as one really wants to be. The imitator does not have the objective of being, nor the will to be, but rather to appear. The emulator «wants» to be and in order to become what he wants to be he tries to comprise the logical processes that others have adopted and adapted to their own qualities, to their own attributes. He may or may not have been able to recognize his being, but if he wishes to be and emulates enough to be, he will feel like being as he really is.

327. To be recognized is the power of being compared to others, not to be recognized means one has no power compared to others, but certainly it doesn’t mean not to be. The prevailing parts – which are and have the power to exist – of the structure of our system exercise their power so that we think we can do without being. That way, those you leave will continue to be and have the power to be and we will continue to think we are able without being, being insignificant and being able to do almost nothing. To exist, therefore, one must want to do so and emulate. To be able one must exist and let himself be emulated through a Socratic type of dialectic process, through which requirements and ideas for their fulfillment are compared, and through which one receives, produces and expresses information on which is the best - or the least harmful - way of acting. In order to realize this dialectic process one needs space where more people can meet together and compare ideas. These are the aims of a net of communication centers constantly in contact with each other.

328. The Vadana-Karna program previews interactive meetings places all over the planet, set up according to equivalent demographic parameters on the territory. Every meeting will be able to accommodate approximately 250 people who will be able to communicate and to compare with the hosts of all the others meeting points. Such a structure can be run from the same participants, by means of the modest contribution of approximately 500 Euro a year, enough also to cover those people –approximately a third – who cannot afford any cost but are willing and interested in participating, perhaps lending their services instead of paying the contribution.

329. The social communication centers are interactive dialectic instruments that work together with groups of people in every part of the world keeping in touch, speaking and discussing amongst themselves.

330. (Resources are being updated)

7) Karoti (Production Plans)

331. For about ten thousand years Human Beings have been producing in order to survive. First food, then the production means, thus, finished products. The Karoti program previews a mapping of the requirements and productive possibilities of the various regions of the planet and a total plan of investments in order to adapt their productive ability, considering the historical and social characteristics of the populations.

332. The regional and sectorial production plans are useful to choose the development plans that must be set up for groups of countries and in which fields.

333. The regions are: 1) North America, 2) North Central America, 3) Central America, 4) South Central America, 5) South America, 6) North Europe, 7) Central Europe, 8) South Europe, 9) Middle East, 10) North Western Asia, 11) North Oriental Asia, 12) Central Asia, 13) South Western Asia, 14) South Oriental Asia, 15) South Asia, 16) Australia, 17) North Western Africa, 18) North Oriental Africa, 19) Central Africa, 20) South Western Africa, 21) South Oriental Africa, 22) South Africa.

334. Each region requires a group of 36 specialists, coordinated by a center with 144 people, for a total of 936 people.

335. (Resources are being updated)

8) Tetrakos (National Economic Plans)

336. Every country has its characteristics and every population has its requirements. The Tetrakos program proposes the promotion of national economic plans in every country. National economic plans are service production development plans. They provide the establishing of new enterprises to increase production and create new jobs.

337. National economic plans serve to achieve development plans, taking into consideration the region in which every country is situated and of the programs already set up by its national institutions.

338. What’s needed is a structure with 48 specialists per each 233 Countries guided by a central group of 700 specialists, totalling 11.884 specialists.

339. (Resources are being updated)

9) Nava (New enterprises promotion)

340. Economy is based on business. No plan could ever be implemented without the foundations on which the activities to carry out will be based. The Nava program proposes the promotion and establishment of new enterprises in every country, with the workers taking part in its management. A part of the capital of every enterprise will be retained by an agency whose associates will be the workers of the same business for the entire time they work for it.

341. Businesses are therefore necessary in order to develop production and economy.

342. More than 342,000 new enterprises, for 83 million workers over three years and other 64 million workers in the subsequent two years.

343. (Resources are being updated).

10) Varga (Universal Enterprise)

344. Development, recession and recovery are the fundamental economic cycles of the economy. The cycles are due to multiple factors, including the relationship between the payable offer of the market and demand.

345. The Varga program provides for each country a group of enterprises operating in various fields coordinated by a single center.

346. The plan of the universal enterprise is a solution to avoid and in the end overcome the cyclical crises of the economic systems.

347. (Resources are being updated)

348. In the universal enterprise initially approximately a total of 50 million workers will be employed with at least 100 million staff in the related enterprises. Over the subsequent three years from the beginning of activity, after the consolidation of the initiative, the number of workers is forecast to double as well as the value of production.

11) Karana (Production means)

349. Over four billion Human Beings, approximately three quarters of the population of the planet, do not have sufficient ability to transform resources into products. They need machinery, systems and equipment for agriculture and industry. Karana is a worldwide production means development program. The program provides synergies with the Karoti program (plans of production), Tetrakos program (national economic plans) and Nava program (promotion of new enterprises).

350. (Resources are being updated)

12) Bhaks (Durable goods)

351. Durable products are non-productive goods meant for continual use. The Bhaks program has pointed out hundreds of common use products that make social and civil life more enjoyable. Part of the machinery, systems and equipments provided by the Karana program will be destined to the production of durable products.

352. (Resources are being updated)

13) Seva (Services)

353. Services are today an essential part of production and the market and generally speaking also a part of social and economic relationships. The Seva program proposes to increase the spread of services on the Planet and to reduce considerably their cost by means of a system available to everyone.

354. (Resources are being updated)

14) Ecology (Environment)

355. The pollution of the air, the water and the ground has already provoked consistent modifications in the climate and the natural atmosphere of the planet. The Ecology program proposes to produce without polluting, to encourage consumerism without destroying the atmosphere and to accelerate, with the necessary technology, the process of restoring the existing conditions to that of fifty years ago.

356. (Resources are being updated)

15) Kosa (Financing real economy)

357. Over 90 per cent of the current financial transactions take place out of real economy and don’t regard goods.

358. The Kosa program proposes to transfer part of the monetary mass currently employed towards other objectives on to real economy, to the enterprises that produce goods and services.

16) Cinoti (Collecting savings)

359. The Cinoti plan aims to encourage savings to be used towards productive aims, enabling savers to take part in the system of the enterprises that produce and distribute goods and services with the guarantee of a total reimbursement of the invested capital.

17) Parasparam (Wealth reinvestment)

360. The Parasparam program (in Sanskrit, parasparam means reciprocity) proposes the addressing of the maximum possible wealth produced by the enterprises towards productive aims, by means of a system that offers high advantages to those who invest and limit the risk of the enterprise deriving from the new investments.

18) Synergy (Corporate and trade relationships)

361. The Synergy plan is a system of mutual relationships between enterprises that produce and sell goods that through the acceleration of information, allow reducing selling time as also productive, financial and trading costs.

19) Vencap (Venture capital)

362Generally enterprises manage to produce and sell less than their full potential. The difference between potential production and effective production is waste as also non-expressed potential. The Vencap program proposes to offer the existing enterprises the possibility to cover the non-expressed productive potential.

20) Vikraya (International clearing)

363. Vikraya provides a system of regulations for international trade transactions through barter processes by means of a worldwide consortia compensation center.

21) Stellar (Via ether informative system)

364. The Stellar plan provides a via ether informative system that, by means of geo-stationary satellites, will allow every Human being to obtain a real time reply to any question for which already exists an answer. At the same time the system will be able to enrich current knowledge with the information coming directly from the users.

365. (Resources are being updated)

22) Eka (Personal safety)

366. Eka previews a personal security system by means of which every person will be able to connect to a net of intervention units spread all over the planet and be helped quickly in case of urgent need.

367) (Resources are being updated)

23) Pat-Patati (Aerial circulation)

368. The Pat-Patati plan provides a mass aerial circulation system with a vertical takeoff vehicle (Air-X) connected to a traffic control that will guarantee flight safety and to an apparatus that allows anyone to fly.

369. (Resources are being updated)

24) Cyberbank (Telematic bank)

370. Cyber Bank provides a telematic system by means of which it will be possible to carry out payments and withdrawals from and towards any normal bank by means of a simple cellular (mobile) phone.

371. The hardware has already been produced and initial contacts have been swapped with the bank system.

25) Santi (War industry conversion)

372. The Santi program provides the conversion of war industry in other productive activities including the production of mechanic and Electro - medical apparatuses and artificial organs. The outcome of several researches by the MIT– Massachusetts Institute of Technology of Boston - has been studied and subsequently the reconversion processes will be defined.

26) Avatar (Worldwide research center)

373. The Avatar plan provides the spread of a worldwide research center that will be used by private and public agencies in order to complete economic and productive choices.

374. (Resources are being updated)

27) Renewal (Human relations reform)

375. The Renewal plan provides the contextual and programmed reform of relationships and behaviors through the modification of the structure of the hierarchical system by means of a dialectic process between all people.

28) Republic of the Earth (worldwide democratic government)

376. The Republic of the Earth is a democratic government system, which all the Inhabitants of the planet can take part in.

377. It was founded on the first of January 2001. The Constitution of the Republic of the Earth affirms the principles of a system of human relationships founded on peace, well-being, freedom, democracy and solidarity. The Dispositions of performance of the Constitution provide the rules to be applied until the election of the International Assembly and the Worldwide Government.

378. The institution of the Republic of the Earth, as a planetary Government, with the task of unifying the development processes, should not be confused with the rise of a new empire, but as an alternative mechanism compared to such perspectives.

379. The Republic of the Earth does not reaffirm the supremacy of a new State but it confirms and above all achieves the sovereignty of the people in all the States. The idea that Human Beings can reach the time of sufficient self - control without the need for intervention on behalf of an authority goes back to the time of the origin of the State, meant as a means to promote the development of maximum individual responsibility. But, as usual, when the instrument – the State – has been asserted, it becomes an aim itself, with the usual point that every part of the system strives towards its maximum potential until it’s attained.

380. Conceptually and historically, this strategy does not exceed the State, since the substitution of a dominant class with another one cannot reach its maximum potentiality and, therefore, cannot succeed in modifying the vision of the State as an aim.

381. The State can be brought back to its original function of promoter for the maximum responsibility of each individual only with its maximum potentiality, because only the maximum potentiality of the State –meaning a democratic State - may coincide with the maximum responsibility of every individual, therefore making useless the existence of the same State.

382. The idea of the Republic of the Earth therefore considers that the cessation of the State can be obtained through democratic bodies with the task to intervene where States haven’t been able to, and therefore overcome their limits in exercising the function of contributing to the development of the maximum responsibility of the Inhabitants of the Planet, in order to establish a situation where cohabitation is based just on spontaneously accepted and adopted rules, without needing anymore interventions from any pre-constituted authority as States in fact are.

383. The Republic of the Earth therefore must be understood as a new institution and not as an overlapping in regards of States. And it must start from the basis, from the Inhabitants of the Earth, certainly not from the existing States; otherwise it would be an organization of States and not an organization of citizens.

384. In this vision, the Republic of the Earth is an expression of the peoples of the Earth, indeed «of the population of the Earth», which identifying their selves in a whole of reference values, is willing to transform these values in pragmatic features: at first induced, through the process of emulation, by the actions of the new institution; then, spontaneously adopted by every part (by every individual), at the moment in which every part achieves maximum individual potentiality.

385. As every reality has a beginning and an end, State was established out of necessity, and will cease to exist only when there will no longer be the need for it.

386. In order to affirm such an institution it one must demonstrate the advantages that derive from its foundation and use adequate strength in order to make it start from the bottom and make its mechanism and aim known.

387. It’s not possible that also the Republic of the Earth will change itself in an aim, because its nature tends towards maximum potentiality and, consequently, its own final dissolution. And it’s exactly this final self-dissolution that doesn’t allow the transformation of its means nature in to an aim.

388. The objective of the final dissolution through maximum potentiality constitutes in itself the guarantee that the Republic of the Earth will not be able to act in order to consolidate its potentiality, but as a way of strengthening the participants in regards of their aim, of carrying out their own dissolution.

29) Dhana (Worldwide currency)

389. Value is the ability of things to satisfy needs. The measure of the value is the relationship between things and necessity. Measure unit value is a size on the basis of which the relationship between a thing and the needs that it satisfies is estimated/valued

390. Currency is a value measure unit. Dhana is the monetary measure unit of the real value of material and immaterial goods. Its economic base is made up of capitals from enterprises, i.e. by means of production.

391. Every resource has a value because it is useful to satisfy necessities. While some natural resources have a sufficient ability to satisfy necessity without any human activity, others need to be transformed to be able to satisfy needs, desires and emulation.

392. Instinct, memory and physical strength are human resources able to satisfy the need to preserve, remember and move. Air and water, if pure, different fruits of nature and its caverns are environmental resources able to satisfy the need to breath, drink, eat and find shelter.

393. Several mental faculties must be developed so that they assume the ability to understand, think, judge and deduce. Many fruits are not usable in their natural State unless they are cultivated or transformed. Green grass is not edible unless it is transformed. Lime cannot be used as a form of shelter unless it’s transformed into houses.

394. And so many other natural resources alone aren’t able to satisfy needs, unless they are transformed into products. To do so, requires human activity, what’s necessary is work. Human labor is the way in which physical energy and human intellect are employed.

395. Nearly all natural resources would have no value and could not satisfy needs unless transformed in products through work. Therefore it’s work that produces value because it is work that enables things to satisfy needs.

396. When defining a value measure unit, can the value be separated from work, of which things are intrinsic (products) but also it becomes essential in almost everything, in order to make it have a value.

397. Value therefore isn’t a relationship between two or more things but between things and needs. The measure of the value of one depends on the workload of a certain type, employed in the unit of time required to transform it into the State in which it can satisfy a need.

398. Currency is a value measure unit. What can this measure unit be represented by other than the unit of work? As it is a value measure unit, currency can then be defined as a measure unit of work. For a currency that has work as its monetary base, the monetary measure unit would be an amount of work of a certain quality.

399. While it’s possible to establish the exact time employed working, it’s not possible to define precise parameters for the amount and quality of work in the time unit. Therefore one shall use as terms “normal amount of work” and “average work quality”. We will then define the monetary unit measuring value as a normal amount of average quality work for a certain amount of time. The size of such a monetary unit is directly proportional to the obtained result. Greater the productivity, greater the value of the work, greater the size of the monetary unit.

400. Dhana is the monetary unit that measures the work unit, meant as normal amount of work of an average quality for a certain time.

401. Increasing productivity will increase the value of Dhana.

402. Dhana was introduced on the 14 of June 2001, with the emission of the first 6 billion Dhana, guaranteed by a capital of 150 billion Euros. More Dhana have been issued subsequently. The foreseen total issue provides 500 billion Dhana, 100 per each assignee plus a 5% for humanitarian initiatives.

403. Dhana was born with exchange rate fixed to 1 Dhana per 25 Euro, later substituted with 1 Dhana per 1gram of platinum 999/1000.

30) Kayamara (Immortality)

404. People die of hunger, thirst, privations, diseases, and old age. People die from accidents, war and violent acts. People die. Whatever the cause, people die. Men and woman, the young and the old, the poor and the rich the wise and the ignorant, the beautiful and the ugly, the good and the bad, the peaceful and the violent, the clever and the stupid. All human beings die. Forever. You can live for a single moment up to more than a hundred years but then you die. We are accustomed to death. We consider it unavoidable. We think it’s impossible not to die. Also for this reason we die.

405. Instead of rebelling to this defeat of life, we imagine a life after death. It’s a mystical vision. It is the negation of reason. The Kayamara program proposes to defeat physical death. Is it madness? What is madder? Who rebels against death and tries to defeat it or who accepts it unconditionally and surrenders to it? Is it impossible to beat death? Shall we live in order to die?

406. No, we can live in order not to die. In order to beat death we must in the first place believe that it’s possible, and then we must try to make it possible. Every Human Being can take part in this program. For love towards himself and those he loves. Letting oneself and his loved ones die is madness. It is a responsibility that nobody should have to face. In order to defeat death it must no longer be necessary to die.

407. (Resources are being updated)

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Organizational structure

408. The Holos Global System is worked out and proposed by a Central Nucleus, that uses information coming from reliable sources and of the advice of the organizational structure adopted for the carrying out of the same program.

409. Each Plan from the Holos Global System Program is promoted in every Country.

410. The program and each plan are coordinated per Countries, group of Countries and Continents on the entire Planet.

411. National Plan Managers are entrusted with promoting each Plan per each Country.

412. National Plan Coordinators are entrusted with coordinating each Plan per each Country.

413. International Plan Coordinators are entrusted with coordinating each Plan per Each group of Countries.

414. Continental Plan Coordinators are entrusted with coordinating each Plan per each Continent.

415. Central Plan Coordinators are entrusted with coordinating each Plan on the entire Planet.

416. National Program Coordinators are entrusted with coordinating the Program per each Country.

417. International program Coordinators are entrusted with coordinating the Program per each group of Countries.

418. Continental Program Coordinators are entrusted with coordinating the Program per each Continent.

419. Central Program Coordinators are entrusted with coordinating the Program on the entire Planet.

420. National Managers and National, International and Continental Coordinators are organized in Groups of three people, that relate and communicate with the other Groups through the Group Referent who’s office is taken in turns by the Group members.

421. Each Group takes all initiatives and decisions collectively.

422. The structure of the Holos Global System requires:

- 558 Central Core members organized in 186 Groups;

- 37,535,721 National Plan Managers organized in 12,511,907 groups;

- 21,060 National Plan Coordinators organized in 7,020 Groups;

- 1,710 International Plan Coordinators organized in 570 Groups;

- 450 Continental Plan Coordinators organized in 150 Groups.

- 90 Central Plan Coordinators organised in 30 Groups;

- 702 National Program Coordinators organized in 234 Groups.

- 57 International Program Coordinators organized in 19 Groups;

- 15 Continental Program Coordinators organized in 5 Groups;

- 3 Central Program Coordinators organized in one group;

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423. The National Managers of each Plan carry out three fundamental functions in the Country they work in:

a) analize specific problems related to the Plan they’re working for;

b) verify the solutions the Plan provides according to the analized problems;

c) promote, accomplish and manage the initiatives the Plan provides.

424. The National Plan Coordinators of each Plan carry out three fundamental functions related to the Country they work in:

a) coordinating the Plan and directing the National Plan Managers;

b) set the praxis the most suitable to accomplish the plan;

c) undertake and make so to undertake all the initiatives the most suitable to accomplish the Plan.

425. The International Coordinators of each Plan carry out three fundamental functions related to the group of Countries they work in:

a) coordinating the Plan and directing the National Plan Coordinators;

b) set the praxis the most suitable to accomplish the Plan;

c) undertake and make so to undertake all the initiatives the most suitable to accomplish the Plan.

426. The Continental Coordinators of each Plan carry out three fundamental functions related to Continent they work in:

a) coordinating the Plan and directing the activities of the International Plan Coordinators;

b) set the praxis the most suitable to accomplish the plan;

c) undertake and make so to undertake all the initiatives the most suitable to accomplish the Plan.

427. The Central Coordinators of each Plan carry out three fundamental functions related to the entire Planet:

a) coordinating the Plan and directing the activities of the Continental Plan Coordinators;

b) set the praxis the most suitable to accomplish the plan;

c) undertake and make so to undertake all the initiatives the most suitable to accomplish the Plan.

428. The National Program Coordinators carry out three fundamental functions related to the Country they work in:

a) coordinating the Program and directing the whole of the National Plan Coordinators;

b) set the priorities and strategies during the carring out of each Plan;

c) undertake and make so to undertake all the initiatives the most suitable to accomplish the Plan.

429. The International Program Coordinators carry out three fundamental functions related to the group of Countries they work in:

a) coordinating the Program and directing the whole of the National Plan Coordinators;

b) set the priorities and the strategies during the carrying out of each Plan;

c) undertake and make so to undertake all the initiatives the most suitable to accomplish the Plan.

430. The Continental Program Coordinators carry out three fundamental functions related to the Continent they work in:

a) coordinating the Plan and directing the whole of the Continental Coordinators of all Plans;

b) set the priorities and the strategies during the carrying out of each Plan;

c) undertake and make so to undertake all the initiatives the most suitable to accomplish the Plan.

431. The Central Program Coordinators carry out three fundamental functions related to the entire Planet:

a) coordinating the Plan and directing the Central Coordinators of all Plans;

b) set the priorities and the and the strategies during the carrying out of each Plan;

c) undertake and make so to undertake all the initiatives the most suitable to accomplish the Plan.

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432. The National Program Coordinators appoint the National Managers of each Plan also upon proposal by the National Plan Coordinators.

433. The National Plan Managers elect the National Coordinators of each Plan.

434. The National Plan Coordinators elect the International Coordinators of each plan.

435. The International Plan Coordinators elect the Continental Coordinators of each Plan.

436. The Central Core appoints the Central Plan Coordinators also upon proposal by the Continental Plan Coordinators.

437. The National Coordinators of all the plans elect the National Program Coordinators.

438. The International Coordinators of all the Plans elect the International Program Coordinators.

439. The Continental Coordinators of all the Plans elect the Continental Program Coordinators .

440. The Central Core appoints the Central Program Coordinators also upon proposal by the Continental Program Coordinators.

Title XV

Accomplishment phases

441. Spreading of the program – The program is spread trough all media means and above all through the ancient system from word of mouth.

442. Understanding of plans – The plans are possible solutions to real existing problems, therefore one has to know the problems and search for their origins and causes in order to understand the plans.

443. Situation analisys – the analisys of problems must be carried out by considering the context in which they display.

444. Study of problem origins – The cause of a problem is the moment in which the problem displaied for the first time.

445. Study of problem causes – The cause of a problem is the event that has caused the same problem as its own effect.

446. Effects of problems – The effects of problems  are new problems caused by existing problems, in an endless concatenation of causes and effects.

447. Proposing objectives – To give oneself objectives means to display the will to solve problems, because the objective is a demonstration of will to solve a situation.

448. Conceiving solutions – The conceiving of solutions is the result of a logical-deductive process through which one analyses a situation in order to improve it.

449. Instrument definition – Any solution can only be accomplished through the use of specific means already existing or to be produced.

450. Consent promotion -  Consent is promoted through the dialectic process based on knowable and demonstratable truth and also on good faith.

451. Transferring material resources – The equal rebalance of the distribution of natural resources and energy is an essential requirement to produce results useful to all.

452. Human resources training – Who takes part to the program must recognize the need to be able to transform the idea in to practice and the natural resources in product through the use of energy.

453. Participation – To take part in the plan means to be part of the organized unitary structure necessary to its achievment.

454. Setting the strategy – The best strategy is the use of the most suitable means in relation to the picture of what we want to obtain.

455. Implementing solutions – The concrete carrying out of the solutions requires the maximum flexibility of the organization and the maximum responsibility of who is part of it.

456. Overcoming obstacles – The obstacle overcoming level depends from the relation between subjective and common interest regarding the program in its entirety and each plan in particular.

457. Verifying  results – The survey of the results, either positive or negative, allows to better understand that it would have been possible to do better or less bad.

458. Reinforcing results – Never think to have obtained definitive results!

459. Resources reimployment – Each result must be considered means to achieve new results.

460. Relaunching development – Whatever the result, it’s always to be used for the aims of the program.

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461. The following are established by specific Regulations:

a) procedures to be followed to carry out the single Plans;

b) the relations between those participating in the Holos Global System Program and themselves and also with the outside;

c) social and economic relations of those taking part to the program;

d) the actions to be taken against the organizational structure;

e) the counter-reactions to be made against the reactions coming from inside and outside the structure.



Acceleration – Making faster, quicker.

Accumulation – Progressive power increase.

Act – What is carried out through action.

Action – to act, to operate.

to Adopt – To Choose, accept, consider your own.

Aggregation – Association, union of parts of one or more systems.

Agreement – Harmonic union of feelings, opinions and ideas and also the meeting of more wills to make or end a juridical relation.

Aim – To be addressed to an aim, a purpose.

Appointee – That has to respond of his own or someone else’s actions.

Area – Territory or geographic zone including more Countries, and also sharing of ideas, feelings and shapes.

Austerity – Rigid and sever rule of life.

Bases – Principle, foundation, fundamental rule.

economic Bases – Fundamental rule of an economic system.

social Bases – Fundamental rule of a social system.

Behavior – Way of behaving, conduct.

Breakup – Disintegration, disunion of parts of a unity or of a system.

to Carry out – To make something real by putting it in to effect practically.

Carrying out – Putting in to effect concretely.

Cause – What is a determining origin or reason of something that represents the result of causes and facts from which it rises.

Character -  Whole of psychic, moral and behavior types of a person, which distinguish her from the others.

Charged person – person in charge of particular tasks or commitments.

Circular – With the shape of a circle.

Clothes – The whole of the garments and accessories one wears.

Code – Whole of rules of behavior and action.

Communication – What is made known, announcement.

Complex – Result rising from the union of several parts or manifested under multiple and contrasting shapes and also totality of more parts or elements.

Concatenation – Mutual linking of facts or events.

Conduct – Way of  conducting or carrying out a job or an action.

Convention – In international law, meeting of wills between more subjects on common interest issues; and also pact, treaty, general understanding according to which one establishes to give a certain phenomenon specific features.

to Coordinate – To set together different elements according to the aim one wants to achieve.

Coordinator – who coordinates.

Counteraction – To reply to a reaction with an action.

Decline – Disintegration or transformation.

Deduction – Logic proceeding lying in making a conclusion rise from a bases representing the necessary consequence or conclusion, hypotheses, supposition.

Definition – Explanation of the meaning of terms.

Desire – Aspiration towards what one feels is missing.

Discipline – Fulfillment of duties coming from an office or function in relation with a complex of rules that regulate behavior.

well-Disciplined – Who complies with discipline and carries out with order, respecting the established rules.

Effect – What is a consequence of a cause.

Emulation - Will and effort to reach or overcome someone else’s level.

Endogenous – What comes from the inside of an organism.

Equilibrium – Stable unstable or indifferent condition assuming something when all the forces applied give null resultant and moment and also capability to behave  with measure and self control.

Exogenous – What comes from the outside of an organism.

to Be – Expresses the essence, reality.

Fact – Action or concrete act and also result of actions.

Freedom – Condition of who has no obligation, commitments or ties towards somebody or something.

Function – Activity determined by specific tasks connected to an office and also role or job.

Fundamental – What is needed as foundation, what is important, basic or essential.

General – What concerns everything generally, a set of individuals, things or facts.

Group – An organized whole of people or bodies.

Harmony – Combination of different elements that produces pleasant effects to the senses

Head office – Place where the major departments of a body are.

Hegemony – Supremacy, pre-eminence, predominance.

Helicoidal – Round shape of a cylinder or a cone meeting the generatrixes under a constant angle and rotating system acting as a propellant or sustaining means.

Hierarchy – Mutual supremacy and subordination relation.

Idea – Intellectual representation that summarizes a series of possible knowledge and also a solution against a problem.

Imbalance – Lack of balance.

Induction – Logic procedure consisting in deducing the general principles from observations and particular experiences.

Initiatives – Autonomous decision with which promoting an activity or also the same activity which is being promoted.

Instrument – What is needed to achieve a certain aim.

Interact – To act reciprocally.

to Intercommunicate – To communicate reciprocally.

International – Relative to different Nations or Countries.

to Intuit – To pick up immediately with the mind, to watch inside.

Law -  Every norm that rules the individual or social conduct of human kind.

Lexicon – The whole of terms and locutions that form the language of a community, of a field of activity or of a single speaker.

to Free – To make free, taking away from obstacles or dissolving bonds.

Liberation – Grant, restitution or achievement of freedom.

Logic – Study of the conditions of validity and application of reasonings.

Logistics – Coordination of movements and moving of people or things.

to Manage – To run and discipline activities, bodies and people.

Management – Complex of operations necessary for the functioning of a body or proceding and to the achievement of results.

Means/Medium – Instrument, proceeding or other useful to achieve an aim.

production Means – Instruments to transform natural resources in products.

Motivated – Made clear, explained exhaustively and also who has the reason to do something.

Mutual – reciprocal.

National – Someone part of a complex of individuals tied by the same language, history, civilization and interests.

Need – Necessities that bring stimulus to make actions.

News – Official communication of news.

Norm – Rule, canon, principle, sample according to which, in certain cases, one can and must conform himself.

Nucleolus – First element starting the others forming around him and also group of people promoting an initiative.

Objective – Aim one wants to achieve or what is based on an impartial attitude, alien to personal interests prejudice and similar or also something concerning the subject, reality.

Obstacle – Difficulty, opposition and everything preventing anything.

Office – Assignation of commitments, duties and charging.

Optimism – Attitude to collect the positive aspects of reality and preview in a favorable way the course of events and also every philosophical principle that, being based on the acceptance of a universal aiming, considers the evil as relative and apparent in a world where good dominates as absolute and uncontested.

Origin – moment, point, starting stage, first manifestation, whole of concrete or abstract elements making something rise.

Paradox – Incredible assertion, outside public opinion.

Part – Each single unit a totality or whole is divided in.

to Participate – Taking or being part.

Particular – Specifically of one thing or person, specific, characteristic, with its own characteristics, uncommon to other things or people.

Pathologic – Concerning the causes and the evolution of a situation.

Peace – Absence of fights and armed conflicts between peoples and Nations.

Perception – To assume the data of reality through senses and intuit.

Pessimism – Philosophic doctrine based on a constant prevailing of evil on good and also attitude to judge things from their worst side.

Pivot – Central body and principal support of a system around which all others rotate.

Plan – Work plan, organized and specified, to do something.

Power – Nature or condition manifesting power.

Pragmatics – Relation between language and who uses it.

Praxis – Practical activity.

Precept – Ordinance.

Priority – Precedence in time of something compared to something else.

Problem – Unbalance situation to be solved.

Proceeding – Whole of repetitive acts and method to be followed in order to achieve a particular aim.

Program -  Enunciation  of what is necessary or is proposed.

Promotion – Activity aiming the increase of knowledge of an idea and make people take part to its carrying out.

Purpose – Aim, intent, proposition one wants to achieve and upon which the way of acting is addressed.

Push – Pressure, stimulus.

inductive Push – Stimulus to search, from particular observations and experiences, the implicit general principles.

Reaction – Acting as reply to an action.

Reality – Condition of what is real, true, material.

objective Reality – Concrete existence of facts.

Recognizing – Acceptance and admission of reality.

Region – Portion of world surface or of space provided with own features including one or more Countries or only part of a Country.

Relation – Tie, relationship between more parts or phenomena.

Relationship – Relations between people or people and bodies.

Replication – Repeating of the making of something.

Report – exposition and detailed reporting of something.

to Represent – To carry out a juridical activity on behalf or of others.

Representative – Who represents a body, a person or a group of people.

Resolution – Dividing of a unique whole in the parts it is made of.

Responsibility – Juridical or moral charging from one’s own or someone else’s acts, consciousness of one’s own actions and of the consequences rising from them.

Resource – Means available to achieve an aim.

human Resources – Whole of people.

material Resources – Whole of natural objects or objects resulting from production.

Re-Strengthening – Increase of the previous ability to display power.

Result – Something deriving as consequence.

Rigorousness – Sever behavior, meaning or interpretation and coherence in relation to premises.

Rule – The way a complex of events and also norm, standard of what happens or of what one has to do in certain circumstances.

to Run – to conduct and direct a body, an initiative, an activity.

Sectionalism – Tendency to see particular problems, loosing the view of the whole picture.

Serious – Someone who’s way of acting reveals circumspection, sense of responsibility, conscience of his own duties and respect of its own morality and honor.

Shape – Abstract principle, the opposite of the one of matter, substance, content and also exterior look of something, determined by the surface and by the outlines or the way the elements of the composition are displayed.

Solution – Way a problem is solved or something is explained.

Spherical – Geometric shape, all points of which are equidistant from a fixed point.

Stimulus – To urge, instigate, to make want, exhort, to spur.

Strategy – Organization of means according to an aim.

deductive Strategy – Organization of means according to an aim by making a conclusion rise from a bases representing the necessary consequence or conclusion, hypothesis, supposition.

Strengthening – Increase of the ability to display power.

Structure – Composition, order and way of being and acting of a system.

to Study – To apply one’s own intelligence in learning a discipline, an art, a subject in a certain way and adopting specific instruments.

Subordination – to depend upon someone else’s authority .

Superintendent/Surveyor – To take care and to command something and to keep a watch on the regular execution of an activity or job.

Supremacy – Absolute authority.

System – Whole of intercommunicating elements coordinated by specific rules.

to Take in turns – To alternate with method and systemically.

to Target – To give an aim, a purpose to someone or something.

Task – Commitment to do.

Theory – Formulation and organization of the fundamental principles of a branch of science or of part of it, or a philosophic doctrine or other kind of knowledge or complex of the precepts necessary as guidelines of practice.

to Think over – To think, to consider carefully.

Together – Totality or whole of more parts and mutual union and cohesion of more people or elements.

Transitory – Temporary, which doesn’t last.

Treaty – Consensual act more international law subjects use to solve problems or rule subjects of common interest.

True – Something that owns totally and incontestably its own features of being and its own nature.

Truth – Feature of what is true or corresponding exactly to an abstract representation of what’s true.

Uprooted – detached.

to Urge/Press for – Invitation to accelerate.

Wealth – Complex of material and spiritual assets constituting the resources of a place or of an individual.