Mission Statement:
Cross-Planetary Vision
for the Third Millennium



"I pray you'll be our eyes
And watch us where we go
And help us to be wise
In times when we don't know
Let this be our prayer when we lose our way

Lead us to a place
Guide us with your grace
To a place where we'll be safe
'The Prayer' by Carole Bayer Sager & David W. Foster


"I am going to attack you without giving any prior warning. This way, I will be able to keep you alert as well as vigilant."
-The Pink Panther (Ipse dixit)   

Eager to realise its inspiring motto 'Joining, Holding Hands & Thus Tenderly Deflowering Creation in Proactive Noble Thought, Word as well as Deed ,' Eco Pax Mundi Agora translates a post-ecocidal philosophy into a hands-on, non-profit international ecohumanitarian organisation with intergenerational projection poised to leave a lasting legacy for the future of Tellus,Mother Earth. Eco Pax Mundi Agora is well aware of the fact that we are faced with a trying future with gloomy scenarios as part of the picture including the likely collapse of the current civilisation following global overheating and additional forms of 'synergistic' ecological shifts. However, this bleak prospect doesn't stop Eco Pax Mundi Agora from taking action. Far from it, it stirs in Eco Pax Mundi Agora a profound sense of responsibility whilst spurring the organisation to hold the highest standards and aiming at firmly planting a seed upon which, it is hoped, future generations will be able to build a fully-fledged ecological civilisation ruled by the principles of love, solidarity and egoless service.

Against this background, Eco Pax Mundi Agora may be said to offer both transformational adaptation and radical change. That is to say, this project provides the framework to either mitigate and adapt to a changing climate whilst transmuting the socio-economic structure, or to create from scratch a successor ecological civilisation should the collapse of the modern world take us quite by surprise. In either case, it is conspicuous to Eco Pax Mundi Agora that our old world is dying, but, more importantly, a new one is being born. Eco Pax Mundi Agora is to facilitate the birth of this nascent reality in whichever capacity but always steering it towards a humane direction, to the path of truth and light, as the beautiful lyrics of 'La Sagrada Familia' (The Holy Family) by The Alan Parsons Project mightily put it:

Who knows where the world may turn us,
Only a fool would say
Who knows what the fates may have in store
Follow the light of truth as far as our eyes can see
How should we know where that may be? How should we know?
Then the angry skies, the battle cries, the sounds of glory
And for all those years our eyes and ears were filled with tears
Who knows where the road may lead us,
Only a fool would say
Who knows what's been lost along the way
Look for the promised land in all of the dreams we share
How will we know when we are there? How will we know?
Only a fool would say

La Sagrada Familia the war is won the battle's over
La Sagrada Familia for the lion and the lamb
La Sagrada Familia we thank the lord the danger's over
La Sagrada Familia behold the mighty hand
La Sagrada Familia the night is gone the waiting's over
La Sagrada Familia there's peace throughout the land

Eco Pax Mundi Agora is alarmed at the competing techno-scientific utopias, among which the funded Planetary Project, that a world mired in acute crises and despair could come to embrace as a messianic alternative, thereby irreversibly dooming the human species and a good number of other ones to a sad extinction. This is a real threat that Eco Pax Mundi Agora, with its own presence, strives to keep at bay -much like a battle between good and evil.

With the steady establishment of agoras in depopulated villages and towns but also as a manner to convert cities, public institutions and private companies, Eco Pax Mundi Agora is intent upon regenerating the planet, thereby contributing to the stabilisation of the climate, by scaling up permaculture practices. These practices not only secure food and water to the human settlements that agree to be part of the project; what is more, they lead to the revival of local economies and attendant cultural life in a context of localisation, seed & food sovereignty and bioregionalism.

The low-tech and thus low-cost agora, which understands that photosynthesis is our most precious free gift from the Sun and the most efficient technology upon the planet, and that the human body is also the most efficacious machine ever invented, further facilitates the small-scale model of community coexistence where the instilling of a planetary ethic is propitious. Within this setting, Eco Pax Mundi Agora advances women empowerment and the decline of birth rate that ensues from allowing the flourishing of her potential; reduction of needs towards sufficiency; as well as the permaculturisation of the Earth, amongst other initiatives necessary to apologise to Tellus and undo the unjustified harm that we the 'Golden Billion,' lured into the consumerist western paradigm, have been inflicting upon her at the expense of equally worthy creatures from the mineral kingdom, flora and fauna.

Eco Pax Mundi Agora, therefore, intends to assist us in the awakening from the materialistic slumber into which we have collectively fallen. To this end, the organisation extends to all those municipalities and individuals willing to be part of the experiment an invitation to (re)discover the tremendous joy that ensues from living by the gifts of Tellus while engaged in the crafts, the arts and the humanities in a multicultural-cum-polyglot atmosphere.

Eco Pax Mundi Agora invites us all to conjointly explore the many possibilities that open up when we are willing to travel light upon the planet and thus make peace with Tellus. To be sure, the organisation envisages, with the progressive deployment of the project, the consolidation of a much-needed post-ecocidal turn in the human ways for the sake of respect for other species. The time is high for many of us to embark upon this extraordinary and uplifting adventure!

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 'Christ has no body now but mine. He prays in me, works in me, looks through my eyes, speaks through my words, works through my hands, walks with my feet and loves with my heart'.
-Saint Teresa of Jesus (1515-1582)
'A small body of determined spirits fired by an unquenchable faith in their mission can alter the course of history'.
-Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948)
'Only an organised and conscious people can bring about a different kind of society'
-Salvador Allende (1908-1973)
'And there comes a time when we must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular, but one must take it because it is right' [since we should} '[n}ever forget that everything Hitler did in Germany was legal.'
-Martin Luther King Jr. (1929-1968)
'There is no passion to be found playing small -in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living'.
-Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela
'Apart from my faith,
Apart from my support system,
I just believe...
I believe that there are greater things for me to accomplish,
I believe that I am a work in progress, 
I believe that God keeps on moulding me and shaping me, 
I believe that I can make a [planet of} difference!' 

-Amanda Khozi Mukwashi, Chief Executive, Christian Aid


Amalgamating Sanctuaries Solemnly Devoted to Re-Embodying Cross-Planetary Transpositions  

Eco Pax Mundi Agora

'Holding, Joining Hands & thus tenderly deflowering Creation in Proactive Noble Thought, Word as well as Deed'

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