Axis Mundi Foundation

La Fondation a pour but de promouvoir les échanges culturels, scientifiques et sociologiques entre la civilisation moderne et les enseignements des cultures traditionnelles dans le monde, en particulier par la promotion de projets tels que publications, films, présentations multimédias, recherche spécifique, conférences et toutes autres activités en relation visant à participer à une évolution durable et harmonieuse de la civilisation humaine. (voir sur Répertoire fédéral des fondations).

Ce projet ne semble pas montre un site web propre à lui, mais il est nommé sur maintes autres sites et répertoires, comme:

HR-Monitor; easy Monitoring; Gate24; moneyhouse;; Wildlife Genetics International, 6 pages en pdf, 13 octobre 2004;
Adresse: Axis Mundi Foundation , c/o Borel et Barbey, Me Carl Heggli, Boite postale 6045, 1211 Genève 6, Switzerland;
respectivement Rue de Jargonnant 2, 1200 Genève, Switzerland;

Axis mundi on english wikipedia: The axis mundi (also cosmic axis, world axis, world pillar, columna cerului, center of the world), in religion or mythology, is the world center and/or the connection between heaven and Earth.

As the celestial pole and geographic pole, it expresses a point of connection between sky and earth where the four compass directions meet. At this point travel and correspondence is made between higher and lower realms.[1] Communication from lower realms may ascend to higher ones and blessings from higher realms may descend to lower ones and be disseminated to all.[2] The spot functions as the omphalos (navel), the world’s point of beginning.[3][4]

The axis mundi image appears in every region of the world and takes many forms. The image is both feminine (an umbilical providing nourishment) and masculine (a phallus providing insemination into a uterus). It may have the form of a natural object (a mountain, a tree, a vine, a stalk, a column of smoke or fire) or a product of human manufacture (a staff, a tower, a ladder, a staircase, a maypole, a cross, a steeple, a rope, a totem pole, a pillar, a spire). Its proximity to heaven may carry implications that are chiefly religious (pagoda, temple mount, church) or secular (obelisk, minaret, lighthouse, rocket, skyscraper). The image appears in religious and secular contexts.[5] The axis mundi symbol may be found in cultures utilizing shamanic practices or animist belief systems, in major world religions, and in technologically advanced “urban centers.” In Mircea Eliade’s opinion “Every Microcosm, every inhabited region, has a Centre; that is to say, a place that is sacred above all.”[6] … (full long text on wikipedia).

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