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The Son´s of the Jaguar!

We are a non-profit foundation dedicated to preserving Nature & Ancient Wisdom. 
 

This project stems from the spiritual world to be a bridge
in the search of a behavior change with our natural 
environment. We believe that we can contribute to creating peace on earth coming back to live in harmony with nature without destroying it. Conserving the environment, mitigating climate change and preserving the ancestral wisdom of native peoples and our sacred land.​

We born as a transmedia project that is focused to send a positive message to humanity. We started with the idea to make a series of short films preserving, documenting, and sharing the stories and messages of the ancestral wisdom by our native peoples in Colombia. The project focuses on the idea that art can touch and move hearts, beyond that it is one of our most precious ways to plant consciousness in the times that we are living in. Art can make much more to create harmony in us, our communities and our environment. We started to plant trees after the first journey of filming in the Sierra and now we want to continue to do it until we can with your help.


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"Natural law is a simple law, humbleness message to imitate the natural. It’s to maintain a wealth of both,  spiritual balance as material”.

What we can do together?

BE PART OF IT!

Create Forest that preserves nature and provides food security helping to eliminate hunger and poverty creating an environmentally friendly and sustainable global food system with indigenous communities and farmers.

Pathways for Natural & Cultural preservation using art, ancient modern technologies' trough Sacred Knowledge, science, design & communications with Permaculture principles.

Create together abundance by planting trees in Food Forest around the world. By 2050, we can bring together more than 1 million people out of hunger and poverty, protecting humans and thousands of animals by establishing more than 10,000 Forest and planting 8 million trees. 

WHY IS IT CALLED 

#HeartOfTheWorld?

It is called the #HeartOfTheWorld because the health of the Sierra and it’s complex ecosystems balance the health of the entire Earth.

It is a natural pyramid of snow; a special mountain by the sea, over 5,600 meters high and millions of years old, the largest coastal mountain in the world. The Sierra has all the thermal floors represented, from tropical heat to perpetual snow.

A reserve of the biosphere and World Heritage Site. It’s a network of ecosystems that balance the natural ecosystem of the world. The home of countless life forms.

It's a sacred site that protects four  indigenous communities responsible for holding the spiritual balance of Mother Earth. Their sacred task is teaching divine laws to maintain harmony with nature. They are the guardians of the earth, our older siblings, the ones preserving the ancestral knowledge that is INVALUABLE FOR HUMANITY.

According to the ancient belief, the territorial order is defined by what is called the Black Line, a ring of interconnected sacred sites. The Black Line surrounds the entire territory of the Sierra, weaving, connecting, wrapping and securing the standards for human life on earth and maintaining the balance and harmony with earth. From the base where the rivers meet the sea, the savannahs, valleys, hills, ridges of mountains, gorges, springs, ponds, up into the snowy peaks and the Gonawindúa mountain, to each one and the infinite universe. It is through these connections that the life of the Sierra and the world remains. Each sacred site has an environmental function, containing the rules for human life on earth and maintaining balance and harmony with nature.

“Along this stretch of coastline, you have a microcosm for whats is happening in the Caribbean and also on the rest of the planet, their view that all these sites are connected and the activities of destruction here are having an impact at large scale in the world are right".

Alex Rogers, World leader in marine biology.