Toronto, Canada- On January 18th, 2012 the Canadian delegate members of the Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares House fo Culture arrived to Mount Sinai Hospital to give a family a gift basket in honour of Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière's 96th Birthday.
The head organizers of the organization in Oakville and Toronto came together for this event to which which both the family and Mount Sinai Hospital were delighted by this gesture.
This was a milestone for the House of Culture, as it was the first time in all of North America that this tradition of the Magna Fraternitas Universalis happened, in honour of the birthday of one of our founders.
Dr Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière was born in Paris, France on January 18th, 1916. At the age of 12, he is awarded the “Ernest Rousille” award as Europe's best student. At the age of 14, he begins his university studies. In 1935, he obtains the title of Mining Engineer in Brussels. He later obtains doctorates in diverse subjects such as in Medicine, Sciences, Psychology and Theology, Philosophy and Biology. He also excels in Art as a painter who shows in each one of his pieces, a simultaneous set of diverse interconnected meanings, being declared by art critics as an incomparable painter. He establishes the headquarters of the International Federation of Scientific Societies (FISS) in Club l’Artistique, a famous art center of the fifties in Nice, France in accordance with his transcendental approach ahead of his time; the union of Science and Art in an epistemology of life, for a greater understanding.
On December 27 1962, Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière passes away, leaving behind an outline of his Worldwide Institution. His beloved disciple Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares continues his legacy in Science in its no-limit sense through the various Foundations inspired in his thought such as: the INVESCIENCIAS Foundation, the ELIC Foundation as well as the Association for the Preservation of Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière’s Work in Europe (with its headquarters in Nice, France).
In 1985, Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière was declared by the French Government as Glory of France.