MAGNA FRATERNITAS UNIVERSALIS FOUNDATION PRESENTS GIFT BASKET TO NEW BORN AT ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL

 

MAGNA FRATERNITAS UNIVERSALIS FOUNDATION PRESENTS GIFT BASKET TO NEW BORN AT ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL
Hamilton, Canada- On June 12th, 2012, Canadian delegate members of the Magna Fraternitas Universalis Foundation arrived to St. Joseph's Hospital in celebration of the birth of Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares, recognized worldwide as the Master of Culture and Epistemologist of America.

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Members handed a lovely gift basket to the hospital for a new born baby to which the hospital greatly appreciated.
Dr David Juan Ferriz Olivares 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 conference and courses throughout his life.
On December 3rd, 1953, he learns about the works of Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière to which he dedicated the rest of his life to and became his favourite disciple, his prologue-writing translator and coordinator of literature, qualifying him as an Apostle of Knowing. They maintained in constant communication, with 2 letters a week for 7 years, something which historically is practically without precedence. He stayed for long periods of time in New York, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Peru and Venezuela, undergoing constant and lengthy trips throughout America, Europe, Australia and the world in general.
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 in an official mission of the National Council of Culture of Venezuela.
In 1981 he travelled once more to Europe to attend the Declaration of the Monument to Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière in Nice, as the Glory of France. His speech in Nice was memorable, given in the Mediterranean University Centre (established by Paul Valery) and becoming the first Latin American to speak at the lectern of this dignified auditorium.
In 1985 he was promoted to Councillor of the Latina 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 Careno Theater, Caracas, Venezuela. Four days later, from October 18th to November 12th he established the true World Cultural Institution, Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière, following Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière’s indications due to the deformations that reached his work. He began a two-year prodigious tour (from 1991 to 1992) throughout America and Europe in which he legally consolidated Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière’s work and promoted events such as the First World Congress of Scientific Youth, Puerto Rico and the Latin American Writers Congress, Dominican Republic.
Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares passed away on October 22nd, 1992 in 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.
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