"The true artist is not a painter, poet or musician, but should combine the form of audible expression (in poetry), into a WHOLE because he is the missionary capable of administrating the vibrations that are often difficult to interpret by the profaner. “
Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière
Last Friday June 12th, the Magna Fraternitas Universalis Foundation and the Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares House of Culture, held a special celebration commemorating the 94th birthday of the Most Excellent Maester of Knowing, Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares, inlcuding a talk and musical presentation.
The public learned more about his life with a special presentation given by House of Culture member, Dennys Nava and the evening was highlighted with the participation of Melanie Mariam Nava Urribari, who delighted the public playing selected piano pieces.
Finally all present guests shared a toast and vegetarian menu to honor the life and work of Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares, the great thinker and inspiration for the House of Culture. (See photos below)
Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares was born on June 12, 1921 in the Mexican diplomatic legation in Kobe, Japan. He studied Philosophy and Economics and maintained an interest in applied sciences. He graduated as a Doctor in Philosophy and Letters. On October 14th, 1990 was the grand opening of his great “East and West” Symphony in the Great Teresa Carreño Theater, Caracas, Venezuela. (see full biography below)
Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares
He was born on June 12, 1921 in the Mexican diplomatic legation in Kobe, Japan.
He studied Philosophy and Economics and maintained an interest in applied sciences. He graduated as a Doctor in Philosophy and Letters. It was also in the Open Forum of Mexico where he began to give new dimensions to his oratory skills, giving more than 7000 lectures and courses throughout his life.
In 1970, he inaugurated the UNINT, the university component of the Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière Foundation, in Lima, Peru. In 1973 he was recognized as Master of Universal Culture by the National Institute of Culture of Peru. In 1975, he founded the INVESCIENCIAS Foundation (Institute of Scientific and Technological Research and Applications). In 1977, he created the ELIC Foundation (Free Schools of Scientific Investigation for Children) with his disciple, Acct. María Nilda Cerf Arbulú. In addition to his Japanese and Mexican nationalities, he became Venezuelan. In the month of October, 1979 he travelled to Europe on an official mission of the National Council of Culture of Venezuela.
In 1985 he was promoted to Councillor of the Latin American Federation of Writers, with its headquarters in Caracas. At the end of 1985 he travelled around the world where he stayed in Japan, Hawaii, Australia, Singapore and Nice. On February 25th, 1988 he received the Order of Work Merit, awarded to him by the Venezuelan Government. On August 17th, 1988 he established the World Centralized Bureau of the FISS Foundation (International Federation of Scientific Societies) in Caracas.
On October 14th, 1990 was the grand opening of his great “East and West” Symphony in the Great Teresa Carreño Theater, Caracas, Venezuela.
Amongst his numerous literary works and more than 10,000 hours of lectures and recorded dissertations, stand out: “Scientific Theory of Cosmobiology”; “Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière, His Primordial Thought: I Realized God through Mathematics”; “Genesis and Humanism of American Cultures”; “Come sick and eat life”; in addition to numerous articles and unedited works yet to be published.
He united Science, Art, Philosophy and Didactics to build a world united by Knowing.