Imagine all the people, sharing all the world. You may say that I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one I hope someday you'll join us and the world will live as one. John Lennon
  • "John Lennon told us to Imagine!!! On Dec. 21, 2012, WE THE PEOPLE OF THE EARTH have united as one love to create a new non-political borderless nation for peace on Earth, based on cooperation. Governments and corporations are not going to change, so the people are uniting and rising up to make the change. We are all connected by the air, the water and the divine spirit, so the well being of Mother Earth and all its inhabitants is a blessing for all of us. "
Structure of Decisions

You might wonder how decisions are made within Our Mother Earth Constitution (“IMAGINE NATION”).

We are Non-Political, so we do not use talking circles or councils or central leadership, but a majority of important decisions are done cooperatively via a spiral.We view circles as closed, while spirals are open.


Experimental Spiral of Cooperation Decision Model

We use The Spiral Cooperation decision making model, since we are open to new ideas and new people wherever they come from. Sometimes there maybe more than one spiral cooperation working on the same project.

Beautiful spirals are found in nature – encoded into plants, animals, humans, the earth and galaxies around us. Spirals have existed for millions of years. Currently, in this new era, we are introducing The Spiral of Cooperation as a decision model; it was first introduced to Artist David Kam as a new form of collaborative handshake by Grandmother ODouce Morand, one of the founding mothers of Our Mother Earth Constitution. Artist David Kam saw Spirals as a new way of decision making after talking to Maori member Arapata TeMaari Aiono from New Zealand.

We try our best to have voices from both genders, and people from as diverse cultures represented as possible. In the event a decision is stalled and needs to be reached quickly, then the final decision will go to the principle founders. In making wise decisions, we will consider our impact of our decision on the Next 7 Generations!

spiral of cooperation
 Our decision making model is the Spiral of Cooperation. It is open to everyone, unlike a closed circle.

Here are some examples of Golden Spirals and Fibonacci Numbers occur throughout nature.

Milky Way Galaxy
 spiral shell
fingerprint whorl


Note: this is all experimental and a work in progress. We are looking to find the best solutions and we believe that cooperation is the best way to get things done.


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