Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière

SMASRDFDr. 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 and immersed in it by its specific nature. 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.

On February 18th, 1947, he establishes the International Group of Cosmobiology.

He also excels in Art as a painter who shows in each one of his pieces, a simultaneous set of diverse interconnected meanings, for a time where values imply both a synthesis and at the same time a syntagma. He has been declared by art critics as an incomparable painter.

Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière tirelessly travels the five continents, visiting 43 countries and giving more than 2500 lectures, establishing his high ideals of Science, Art, Philosophy and Didactics for the birth of a new humanity.

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).

The great contributions of these foundations have represented for thousands of people all over America, Europe and other continents, a fundamental change in their lives, ranging from Nutrition, Psychophysical Culture, to the foundations’ advanced approaches, using the four pillars of Knowing, benefitting families, children, the Thinking man, artists, and all of humanity in general. His Thought was maintained and thoroughly explained thanks to his exegete Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares, who was highly educated scientifically, academically and spiritually.

Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares

MASDJFODr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares was born on June 12, 1921 in the Mexican diplomatic legation in Kobe, Japan. His parents were Mexican diplomats. He himself said, “I am a South American of a Mexican cradle born in Japan.” He lived in Japan until he was 6 years old, where he could appreciate the ancestral Knowing that characterizes these people. At the age of three he began to learn music with a xylophone-like Japanese instrument.

He lived in San Francisco, USA, for two years and then arrived to Mexico where he precociously came in contact with the literature and philosophy that would mark for the rest of his life, his musical creativity and his apostleship of thought. His inclination towards scientific research as well began around this age. He attended primary school during the day and in the evenings his father began to take him to his afternoon university classes, introducing him to thinkers such as Antonio Caso, José Vasconcelo and Alfonso Reyes. He was educated in different centers of different nationalities, such as the National School of Mexico, the San Borja French School, the American School and the Hebrew School.

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.

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 prologist-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 on 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 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. 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.

Acct. María Nilda Cerf Arbulú

HSCHMNCAShe was born on May 9th, 1953 in Cusco (Peru). She studied Public Accounting at the Superior Institute of Accounting and graduated in 1975. Her father was the Accountant and Mathematician Carlos Alfonso Cerf of Gala and her mother was Mrs. Georgina Arbulú. Her grandfather was the Wise Peruvian Mathematician Fermín Arbulú. On September 29th, 1974 she met Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares in Cusco, to whom she was to be a direct disciple. For 18 years she closely collaborated with him and always attended to him. She was also his immediate administrator within the different spheres he worked in. She alone travelled around the continent many times, attending to governmental meetings, for the legal establishment of the ELIC Foundation and the integration of its members.

On May 18th, 1977, she travelled to Valera, Venezuela, under the guidance of Dr. David J. Ferriz O. to build the Free Schools of Scientific Research for Children, in union with the International Year of Science as declared by UNESCO.

In 1978 she began her 5 tours as a representative of the Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière Foundation, aiding in the Mission of Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares. From 1983 to 1985 her international tours culminated, having merit in setting the precedent as a female member who travelled alone throughout the American continent, visiting 127 locations, giving lectures and establishing educational and academic organisms, as well as the ELIC Foundation itself and the Institute of Scientific and Technological Research and Applications (INVESCIENCIAS Foundation). The INVESCIENCIAS Foundation was as well founded by Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares in many countries of the American Continent as well as within inhospitable areas of South America.

In March, 1978 she organized a Round Table named “The Epistemology of Man and the Andean Culture”, in the First Conference of Man and the Andean Culture, organized by the San Antonio Abad University of Cusco (Peru) and sponsored by UNESCO.

Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares says, “Her grand tours were an exemplary work, from UNESCO in Paris to the badlands of Sucre, Oruro and Potosi in Bolivia, having created and established the Family Unit Course and inaugurating the Lyceum of Synthesis in the White City of Arequipa, Peru.”

In 1981, while studying Systems Engineering at the Universidad Nacional Abierta of Caracas, María Nilda Cerf Arbulú wrote the Manual for the ELIC, presenting it to the Associated Schools of UNESCO in Paris amongst other institutions.

Completely dedicated to the ELIC Foundation, she was able to legally establish the ELIC in various American countries as well as in Spain and Italy. She propelled the ELIC through the development of extracurricular activities which included workshops for both parents and children, establishing networks for the shaping of Childhood Talent for Peace.

Above all, as she herself declares, María Nilda Cerf Arbulú is the direct disciple of the Epistemologist of America Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares to whom she had the honour of accompanying in the legal constitution of the E.L.I.C. Foundation, as one of the Main Founders, as well as in the development of advanced methodologies in the Shaping of the Child Researcher, based on the proposals of Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière.

She has promoted events such as the annual lecture series titled “Nature, Life and Future” since 1997 and the First World Conference of Scientific Youth, organized by the FISS Scientific Exchange Foundation, in 1992 in Puerto Rico. She as well has been an organizer and speaker for the First World Conference for Childhood Talent towards the Third Millennium in Caracas, Venezuela, in 1999.

On October 18th, 1990, she returned to her travels, accompanying Dr. David J. Ferriz O. with José Miguel Esborronda Andrade. Both María Nilda Cerf Arbulú and José Miguel Esborronda Andrade continued the establishment of the work of their Teacher after Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares’ sensitive death on October 22, 1992.

She has received numerous distinctions amongst which we find: the Order of Simon Bolivar in Puno (Peru) in 1994; the Order of Bucaramanga from the City Hall of Bucaramanga (Colombia) in 1998; the Gold Medal and Diploma of Honour as an Illustrious Guest of Trujillo (Peru) in 1994; and Illustrious Guest of Arequipa (Peru) in 1994.

The World Conferences for Childhood Talent, created by Acct. María Nilda Cerf Arbulú, are living expressions of the message of Education-Learning-Shaping proposed by Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière, Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares and Acct. María Nilda Cerf Arbulú as well as the living expressions of the constant work and dedication of our Main Founder.

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