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Chapter 3       written by Reinhold Schweikert,

email: paradiesinselfamilie@gmail.com

P.I. System/ Settlement projects

Aassessing the suitability of land for settlement

If you intend to settle abroad, possibly even on new territory, you should ask a number of questions beforehand and obtain information. Below I list some important questions to ask:

1.)Travel to the location: Exact place name, description of the location, travel from (air)port,

informed people, mediator, people with knowledge of the location, escort, embassy …. If

possible make a travel report/journal or have one made. Mention all stops, overnight stays,

expenses, important shopping facilities for diet-conscious travellers, persons of trust,

routes, passages, aids, dangers, ways and detours, waiting times, possibilities for

working/earning money on the way ….

2.)Entry conditions: What are the country’s entry requirements for you and your

family/community?

a)Where to register? What documents are necessary?

b)Money, evidence of income, amount of minimum investment, professional qualifications

….?

c)Language knowledge. What languages are spoken where / how well understood?

d)Is there the possibility of obtaining citizenship at no expense? – for example, contract of

employment, settler projects, possession of land, setting up a firm, acquiring free land,

marriage to a native ….? (Further conditions connected to this, e.g. social security,

minimum wages/salaries for employees, basic capital, fee for notary public/lawyer, etc.)

e)After marrying a native, can you bring your own family over from Europe? Are there

possibilities for polygamy?

f)Who, what office makes the decisions? Where, how, to whom are applications and

requests to be made? What persons/offices have the power to grant an entry permit?

g)Are there possibilities of living/residing without being registered? What happens if

illegal/non-registered persons are “caught”?

h)Compulsory insurances (old-age pension, health, motor ….)?

i)Are you allowed to bring in animals and plants? Which are not allowed?

j)Are there regulations concerning vaccination or quarantine? – What vaccinations are

prescribed and how often? – Import conditions for domestic animals? Are foreign

vaccination certificates valid? Are there any other compulsory treatments, such X-ray

examinations, medicamentisation of people or animals, AIDS tests …. as requirements for

entry or obtaining a residence permit?

k)How long are visas valid? What do they cost? How often/long can they be renewed?

l)What happens after they have expired? Can you quickly obtain a new visa after a short

trip to a neighbouring country? Can you live on a boat or ship without being registered?

m)Are there possibilities to buy documents, identity cards, driving licences …. etc with

money?

n)Dutiable/duty-free import of goods, money. Are tax-free donations possible?

3.)Residence: What duties await you/your children during your stay or after obtaining

citizenship?

a)Compulsory schooling? – Is it possible to avoid this? – How?

b)Military service

c)Social services

d)Taxes and charges, what? Tax legislation.

e)How high are the fixed costs approximately?

f)Other expectations of the host country

g)Expectations of neighbours or commune (e.g. participation in certain social events,

celebrations, funerals, community work ….)

h)Native customs and traditions

i)Are there concessions, start-up aid, subsidies? – On what conditions?

j)Periodically conducted compulsory medical treatments, compulsory examinations of

people, animals and/or plants?

4.)About the legal situation in the target country

a)Laws which are different or unknown to Europeans, also unwritten laws

b)Do foreigners have equal rights in serious cases?

c)Special rights and duties for farmers/settlers

d)Are there possibilities to lodge other people from Europe free of charge after entering the

country in a correct way? (How long can they stay?)

e)Are there possibilities to get round bureaucracy (e.g. entry/residence

requirements/conditions)? – What are they?

f)Are there areas outside the law?free trade areas?

g)Gun laws

5.)Crime, security and social affairs

a)If possible, crime statistics A of the country and B of the region

b)What crimes/offences have been committed in the direct proximity/neighbourhood during

the last few years? Please also mention crimes or offences which are not necessarily

detected and prosecuted by the law (e.g. tormenting animals, burning plastic waste, cutting

down trees, drainage, burning down trees, seducing women, coercion, hunting …. with ….,

misuse of office by officials, corruption, tyranny ….), petty fraud, blackmail, cheating ….

c)Are there any feuds, disputes, intrigues …. in the neighbourhood, in the country? If

possible state the cause and (back)grounds, describe the opposing parties. Make a

psychogram of the immediate neighbours.

d)Xenophobia, hatred of foreigners? – Reasons. Ethnic groups which are suppressed,

persecuted ….?

e)Ethnic groups, peoples, tribes, races. Their proportion of the population, social standing,

characteristics, history, problems in the country, their positive and negative features, diet

and ways of working

f)Who, which group leads and sets the tone?

g)Which police regulate what?

h)Description of international political influences and attacks on the country, its economy and

politics.

i)What are the punishments/measures for offences against the dictatorship of the

internationals? (e.g. non-compliance with vaccination regulations, regulations

concerning epidemics, illegal import of plants and animals)

j)How strictly are official/unofficial laws enforced? Prison conditions? Torture, rape ….?

k)What kind of suppression/persecution of Christians or believers of other religions exists?

l)Is there sufficient legal security for the purchase of land? Method and procedure for

purchases.

m)What documents, contracts seal, give evidence of or secure property?

n)Basic law, inheritance law

o)Political system, economic situation, government borrowing, monetary stability, inflation

rate

p)(Social) conditions in the neighbourhood/among neighbours

q)Situation regarding single/married women (courtship, wedding, marriage, children ….)

r)How safely can a foreign woman move around? Are there areas that women cannot enter?

r)Important or binding customs, moral ideas, dangers, clothing regulations, rules that are

important for settlers, especially women. For example, is it usual/possible to walk barefoot?

Is there any social compulsion for uniform clothing and haircut, also for men entering the

country?

s)Guests’ rights, guests’ gifts. Are gifts expected? What kind? What is suitable, what should

not be given?

t)Compulsions/risks arising from relations with neighbours or native men or women. (We

strongly recommend not forging close contacts or friendships of the heart!)

v)Religious groups, cults, magic practices

w) Culture (music/art) in the region

x)Average life expectation in the region. What do people there suffer from or die of? Does

“medical care” exist? How/with what do the native doctors treat their patients? How far do

the methods of the international pharmaceutical cartels also affect the region? Are “health”

or epidemic programmes or compulsory treatments, vaccination campaigns, compulsory

abortions or othercrimes by doctors already in place or to be feared shortly?

y)Are there any development workers or other “social civvies” living there and what do they

do?

z)Foreign groups from modern life. Which, in whatfield, how do they make money in/or

from the country or what are they planning?

z1)Syndicates, mafia or other societies, clans, secret bands, magic circles ….

z2)What happens to sick and dead people? How free (of charges) may babies be born, illness

overcome, people die and be buried? Is it possible to give birth to children at home without

a doctor? Do children have to be registered?

z3)Where (how quickly) is integration (regional integration, admission to communities)

possible? Is there a simple possibility to change one’s name/take on a new identity? Does

the country or the region grant amnesty?

z4)How far advanced is the consumer civilisation or how long will it take approximately until

the country is “modernised”, until the modern state control is established, until the foolish

civilisatory destruction of old-established structures, traditions, autonomy, customs, order

….?

z5)Are there “dying regions”, i.e. regions which are too old or have been abandoned/ as a

result of people leaving the countryside, soil erosion, development of steppes and desert,

contamination, for political reasons? Will this happen soon? (approximately when)?

6.Establishing the P.I. System, money matters

a)Bank address(es), accounts, persons of trust, agents or brokers, lawyers, financial and legal

advisors, guarantors, advocates and supporters, influential, powerful, helpful people.

b)Foreign exchange controls/customs, conditions for money transfer

a)Bank secrecy and bank securities, possibilities of (tax) offices controlling, blocking ….

accounts?

d)Monetary system, interest rates and charges

e)What tax-free possibilities exist for withdrawing/paying in money at home or (from)

abroad? Indicate tax ceilings.

f)Possibilities for purchasing, exporting and importing or investing in private stocks of

precious metals or stones.

g)Is it possible to transfer rents/regular income from Europe regularly?

7)Surroundings, environment

9.)Nearest village/post office, mayor’s office, nearest town, German embassy? (size, distance)

10.)Shopping facilities, possibly also prices and quality of the most important goods (natural

food, seeds and nuts, fruit, oil, garden tools, seeds ….)

11.)Where is there raw milk from naturally fed and kept animals? How much? Sources of

genuine raw milk cheese?

12.)What modernistic facilities are there and how far away? (e.g. tourism, hotel, swimming

bath/beach bath, pub, computer/cyber/CD/internet…. shop, café, restaurant, disco, bars,

red-light areas, supermarkets, hospitals, schools of all kinds?

13.)Preparation of the land for building: How near is the electricity grid, water pipes,

telephone lines, gas pipeline, drainage ….? Condition, type, voltage of the public electricity

grid.

f)Road and transport connections. When, how , with what is it possible to reach the site?

How near are roads, railway lines, ports …. of what size?

g)Establishment of mobile radio networks. Where and how far away are the base stations with microwaves?

h)Other technical emitters of electromagnetic radiation. (Radar, nuclear power plant, radio, TV ….)

i)Environmentally harmful industry, military base, civilisation, …. at what distance? Degree

of pollution (e.g. pollution of the sea with mercury, radioactivity, nuclear tests, pesticides,

devastation by farmers, clearing land, felling trees, destruction of the countryside by

machines ….)

j)Farming activities in the surroundings. Use of pesticides, machines, chemical fertiliser, industrial animal feed, cereals …. Goods from international markets?

k)What foolish civilisatory trends are to be expected?

l)What technical “achievement” is directly visible, audible, smellable, feelable? When, where, how? – Intensity, distance.

m)Air traffic: Are there frequent flights? – With what kind of planes? Nearest airport? Landing runway?

n)What are the conditions for importing machines/vehicles?

o)Vehicle costs: nearest petrol station, place for official inspection, fuel prices, taxes and insurance, repair costs?

p)Nearest spare part/tyre depot, public scrap metal and rubbish dumps, illegal rubbish dumps with wrecked vehicles/metal parts, pallets/waste wood, old clothing, etc.

8.Site

a)Description of the site, size, differences in altitude, hills, valleys, gradients …. (If possible,

state geological and geomantic peculiarities. Old maps, drawings ….)

b)History: Who/what used to be there? What happened in the past on or near the site? Who

lived there, how and from what? What did the predecessors suffer or die from or why did

they leave? – Testimonies, relicts …. from earlier.

c)How can the site be purchased/acquired? Is it public land, leased land or land for sale? Who

is the owner, what duties are connected with the acquisition of the land, e.g. purchase price,

rent, taxes, services expected in return, when, what work, for whom?

Note: If possible we do not take part in senseless, unnatural work, which destroys the countryside or poisons or torments/kills animals. We do not like working with machines with motors. We refrain from any act of procuring unnatural food, medicine …., all activities which do not serve God and nature directly or at least indirectly.

d)Are there any rights of use or common law rights, passages, permission to drive through,

hike or land for neighbours, natives or others?

b)Are there any illegal squatters? Do they have any common law rights or dependence on the

land?

c)Have other people cast an “eye” on the land? Did they want to settle there and were

prevented, sent away or driven out?

d)As exact a description as possible of the nearest neighbours, how far away they are, their

activities, above all their eating habits, farming practices, keeping of animals.

e)Do foreign immigrants live nearby? What nationality, with what intention? (workers, self-

employed people ….?)

f)Climatic conditions: rain and temperature, rain/wind direction and strengths, storms, wet

and dry periods. Strongest wind forces, heaviest rainfall, greatest heat/cold. State season

and amount.

g)Degree of air pollution (what stinks when and how much?) …. monthly tables, possibly

causes.

h)Fire hazard: Is there a fire hazard from dried grass and wood? – When? How close are what

trees and shrubs standing?

i)Is there a threat of other natural disasters? (Flooding, volcanos, earthquakes …)

j)State of the soil. Depth, humus and lime content, nutrient content and deficiencies, colour,

possibly analysis.

k)Available and procurable natural fertilising substances, for example, algae, peat, plant

material (mulch), manure, guano, ….

l)Are there stones or rocks, quarries? (Size, shape, frequency, hardness, kind) Used, unused

mineral resources. Where is salt to be found?

m)Water (cisterns, fountains, springs, streams, ponds, lakes, swamps, sea coast), gradient,

tides, ground water level, water quality. Drinking water? Night dew/hoar frost in which

seasons?

n)Drawing water/artificial irrigation: How much water can be drawn daily during the dry

period? Drawing the available amount of water during the hot months. From what depth to

what height does water have to pumped and how far? Indicate the necessary pumps and

hoses (radius in inches). Type of existing/necessary/favourable pumping system.

(Mechanical/manual, motor, mains/solar/wind electricity)

o)Possibilities or natural watering without pumps. Way and quantity. (Natural gradient from

streams on higher ground, rivers, fountains, reservoir, lake and ponds …., falling dew,

ground water ….)

p)Land that can be naturally/artificially irrigated for growing vegetables and fruit.

q)How large are the cultivated areas that can manage without artificial watering in the dry

period?

r)Location of vineyards, favourable sites for growing potatoes, cereals ….

s)Is the water polluted or are there infections from microbes or parasites in water or soil?

(e.g. tics, hookworm ….) What is the effect of these infections? How can you get rid of

them or avoid them?

t)Pollution of the environment/damage from industry, civilisation, military …. What kind?

(Chemicals, radioactivity, debris ….)

u)What kinds of animals or diseases are irritating or dangerous for people or animals?

v)Try and describe the degree of difficulty and risks of settling.

w)Are there predatory animals on the site or nearby? Kind, number, size, how dangerous.

(You should also mention straying dogs and cats here.)

za) Is it possible to let chickens, goats, sheep, cows, bees …. range around freely? (If not, state

reason)

zb) What kind of domestic animal is likely to be the least problematic and could thrive without

a store of food or additional purchased food?

zc) A list/map as complete as possible of all the species of plants and animals on the terrain.

Especially all useful plants or fruit and nut trees, wild vegetables, mushrooms …. grouped

according to their harvest times.

zd) Approximate quantity ratio between cultivated and wild trees, also the density and age of

the stock of trees.

ze) Are there other sources of food for humans or domestic animals nearby that could be used

free of charge or in return for what service?Renting, purchasing?

zf) What was grown previously or what do the natives think could be grown on the site or what

could be done with it? What still grows, what no longer grows? What do the neighbours

grow? What do they live from?

zg) Import/export: What products could be exported to Europe from there, what should be

imported from Europe?

zh) Possibly the prices that could be obtained on the regional and national markets for your

own products.

zi) What appliances/machines do they work with here / did they used to work with here up to

now?

zj)If possible, ask about the most favourable or still just possible sowing times for all usual

local vegetables

zk) When does one plant trees, when not?

zl) Boundaries: Are there fences, separate plots, natural boundaries, boundary markers ….?

What fences?How high, what security is there against what intruder?

zm) Are the boundaries respected? Who disregards the boundaries when? Does it happen that

the boundaries are shifted? Is there is risk of creeping or sudden land robbery,

expropriation?

zn) Will you be left in peace? Who might disturb you, exert coercion, intrude ….?

zo) Are laws and law enforcers respected? Description of the judiciary/officials in the

region. Who is trustworthy, who not?

zp) Are there any government, official or private plans or intentions for the site or its

neighbourhood which would be hard or impossible to avert? (e.g. road

construction, mining, dumps (what kind?), mobile radio installations, military exercise

territory, hunting area, nature reserve ….?

zq) Transport: With what means of public transport could materials (possibly from overseas)

be transported to the site? (Post, train, lorry, ship, plane ….) Where/what would have to be

transported without a lorry? – How?

zr) What transport problems/obstacles are there? (e.g. rainy periods, thieves and highwaymen,

tax/duty barriers)

zs) What appears to be sensible use of the land for a P.I. family?

9.)Buildings, necessary investments

a)List the single buildings on the site. Describe the location, size, condition, purpose,

particular features, especially defects. Collect suggestions for the use of certain buildings.

Check their suitability. For example, for cheese-making, storage, keeping animals, tools

and machines, living ….

b)Materials, appliances, machines, tools …. that may possibly be available: What is already

to be found in the buildings/on the spot and can be repaired/restored, may (not) be used?

c)Missing spare parts, exact description

d)Useful stocks available?

e)Can/must living stocks of animals or other relevant material for ecological practice be

acquired (e.g. tree nursery, mushroom cultivation, oil mill, wine-making business, weaving

mill, bee-keeping, guesthouse ….)? Size of the business and number of people previously

employed there.

f)What led to it being shut down? What materials and resources are needed to reactivate it?

g)What unharmful/sustainable possibilities for earning money exist for us?

h)Where, how, can, should or must investments be made? What sums are necessary? What running costs will be incurred roughly? You should also include habitual purchases from merchants with seasonal supplies or neighbours in your calculation. Indicate relations to the suppliers.

i)Natural buildings: With what/how did they used to build or do the “natives” build or cover their roofs today? List of natural materials available and building techniques.

j)With new settlements particularly mention the natural shelters such as caves/grottos. Find out about the most favourable time for settling.

10.)Other points: What else has to be considered? – Here describe, in particular, all other

expenses and contacts on the way and on the spot. Do not leave anything out, if possible!

e.g.: protection money, bribes, alms, whores’ wages …. Also describe if and how you can

avoid such hurdles/expenses and what difficulties/risks are connected to them.

11.)When the land is transferred to the user by the owner:

Length of the lease? What are the terms? Contracts, agreements? What should/must be

maintained, repaired, built up/converted? …. Here the lessee should/can make interesting

concessions for the owner. Lessee and lessor should know each other as well as possible

and have similar ideas and goals concerning the establishment of self-sufficiency

systems.

Tip: Never start on land belonging to people whose living and eating habits are too different from yours. Otherwise the crash is pre-programmed! After the laborious and costly establishment of the Paradise Island there will then follow enemies of nature and God, who will destroy everything again as fast as possible.

Model text:

The lessee/manager/gardener/the P.I. family …. (or another suitable designation) undertakes to make all possible effort to maintain and look after the mentioned property, to transform more areas into paradise gardens in line with the P.I. System each year, keep the following animals: ……………….,.

establish a self-sufficient system and living facilities for …. people, to lead a natural, retiring and quiet/peaceful, inconspicuous life during the construction period, not to receive any other guests and to hand over the property either 1.) unconditionally to the owner or his agent on …………. (date)or 2.) to pay the sum of ……………for it to the owner.

Of course, a lot of other agreements can be concluded. If the land is to be developed into a P.I. System living island and is to serve as a park for nature lovers, other regulations for visitors will have to be fixed accordingly. As a rule, the manager/P.I. family father determines what visitors are to be admitted. If the project is to be self-financed by the guest house/life school, the basic criteria for admission to the P.I. system could be used for applicants, regional house rules and other regulations.

During the construction time cooperation or visits, in cases of emergency taking in and caring for the visitor earlier than planned, could, of course, be agreed with the owner. (Concerning this, see P.I. System/”New info package” or “Collected articles/Ecological practice, vol. 4”)

Furthermore, you could come to financial agreements, which make the settlement sustainable and viable for both sides. Depending on the host country, you could found an association or club, register an SA (limited company) or select a particular legal form which is suitable for the project and country. As a rule, this is not the usual tenancy agreement where the tenant pays but the owner and the tenant may form a community of interests. The landlord/owner gets a capable construction and work troop on the spot and he should also pay them for their practical ecological work, if possible.

Paradise Island families do not, however, want to get “rich”, but it is often enough if they can settle and establish their farms in natural locations without paying rent and fees.

It may be necessary to bear/make or settle government demands and fixed costs (taxes, fees ….) for immigrants. The current living expenses for the beginning/the first few years should be covered by the settlers, if possible.

The landlord has a certain guarantee of success, if he chooses people trained in ecological practice from our circle, who have already proved themselves in the team and the family in conditions similar to those of the location or are known to be competent. Besides, then he also knows the target plan from the System literature and knows at least what his tenant and the construction team (should) intend to do.

P.I. System / Application

Aptitude test, self-examination

for admission to the settler community

Dear Interested Person,

With settlement projects probably more than in any other business, the most important things are all character, health, hereditary, moral and ethic requirements, real team skills, mutual understanding and recognition, deep religiosity and modesty, williness to live a simple life and do without the great “temptations” of the wide world, working continually without any “time off”, holidays and holiday trips, humility and dedication, industry and meekness, inner satisfaction and absence of demands, loyalty and constancy ….

The natural environment is totally different from that of civilisation. It makes people small and modest, drives out any illusions of grandeur, conceit and miseducation. It has a profound effect because all the burdens and vices from one’s old life became apparent there, every person must atone for their burden of sin laboriously and at times under a considerable mental strain and is not spared even the slightest part of this process.

People who want to leave “civilisation” must relearn radically and will some time or other experience that what they have brought with them from there dissolves and becomes void. They will be frightened by their inner emptiness, deeply regret their wrong ways and incapability …. but they will have to recognise that there is no better way out of their misery. They will experience on this way that all previously practised “ways out” such as escape into consumerism, town life, distractions, drugs, futile work …. or even suicide are no ways out or are dead-ends.

In brief: the life school is hard and unrelenting. The practical way out of “civilisation” is no picnic. If you want to succeed, you must be prepared. Many people who at first think they want to go this way turn back as soon as they are stretched to their “limits” and things become serious.

Groups of settlers who want to be successful or survive must therefore select their partners carefully and check them out over many years before they dare take the step with them on to free, independent settling land. If these preliminary tests are not done and if the people who disobey the divine natural order and do not keep to the basic laws of the rules for settler communities, you will have to reckon with insurmountable difficulties.

Everyone who comes from “civilisation” is burdened, indeed inundated with every conceivable rubbish. However, there are still considerable differences in the pre-conditions of different people. The purpose of the following questions is to avoid wrong choices of partners and wrong ways in future, to recommend everyone the place which is right for them personally and to put them in contact with a suitable family/community.

Personal details

Name, date of birth, place of birth,

passport number, nationality,

place of residence, telephone,

photo, height, weight

Aptitudes and inclinations:

State previous work, especially during the last ten years.

Professions, hobbies, training, artistic activities, handicrafts, literature and arts, religion ….

-Also passive, consumeristic activities such as watching TV, computer, media, listening to

music, parties, leisure activities ….

-Experience relevant to ecological practice: (e.g. gardening, bee-keeping, making cheese)

-Achievements and merits: What are your life achievements so far?

Where, who have you served and how?

-State your favourite occupations and foremost inclinations

-Your goals in life and ideas for the future

-Language knowledge: mother tongue/dialect, foreign languages, how well do you

speak/write?

-Membership of associations, any practical training connected with this and its duration

-Membership of a church/religious community. Baptism?

Character outline

-How, where, with whom did you grow up?

-How far do you want to adapt to the natural laws? What would you have difficulties with?

Would you be willing to get rid of your teeth fillings? Can you work under others’

leadership or in a team and accept a boss? Are you popular? Do you have friends?

Describe your weaknesses/inclinations, above all concerning the potential dangers resulting

from them for a settler group/family of settlers, e.g. aggression, argumentativeness and

dominance, controlling (egocentric) “love”, sulking/feeling offended, depression and

resignation, suicide risk, lack of faith, atheism, lack of respect for fellowmen, laziness,

disobedience to the divine natural order, susceptibility to being seduced sexually and/or to

seducing other not yet marriageable community members, homosexuality ….?

-Just state anything about yourself that might be of some interest/importance for a

community.

Health impairments

Through operations, taking medicine, drugs and alcohol, synthetic vitamins, cosmetics, cleaning agents, toxins at the workplace, in the home ….?

What diet do have and how long have you had it?

Earlier illnesses and their treatment, ailments.

Living conditions. Where was your dwelling place?

State of teeth: What kind of and how many teeth fillings? Crowns, bridges, pivot teeth, false teeth?

Other implants, foreign organs, removal of organs?

Impairments through childhood and school. Where and how?

Commitments and liabilities

State all burdens, debts, existing contracts, insurances, commitments to people, rents, maintenance, charges, dependence on/to what people, prosecution (also by officials) ….

-Relationships with a partner where there was a transfer of semen through sexual intercourse

during the last seven years, until when, with whom?

-Children with which partner, how old? (Introduce each child individually)

If you are separated give the reason for the separation and question if the children (want to)

live with their fathers or question to the fathers if they want to take in their children again or

visit them.

-State the address(es) and connections to the two parents

-In the case that a settler community/P.I. family is to take over the work of bringing up the

children written consent from the fathers or husbands.

Funds and resources

How, with what have you earned money up to now?

What one-off sum of money is available for a new start abroad?

What regular sums will probably be available for how long?

Property in your home country, legacies, savings agreements, life insurances, pensions, options ….?

Do you already have property abroad/in the target land?

How/with what means do you want to cover your living expenses abroad?

What is your favoured target land?

State funds and money, which you will be able to contribute to the community/life school concerned once, regularly/how long, weekly/monthly?

Also state your possibilities for bartering/contributing objects or real estate.

Family, ancestors and relatives/friends

-Father and mother, married, single, divorced? Was your father your mother’s first partner? If

not,how far back was the influence of the last previous partner?

-Brothers and sisters: age and marital status

-Illnesses in the family

-Relatives: Do you have a close relationship to your relatives? Who would like to follow you

to the settlement or visit you? Will your step be accepted by everyone? Are there any feuds

or disputes with other relatives? Is your emigration a sort of escape? From whom?

-Ancestors: state ethnic identities, residences and professions, above all on the paternal side.

Ask about the mothers’ congenital purity.

Were the mothers virgins before the marriage? Were the female ancestors faithful to their

husbands all their lives long? What were the relationships of the grand-/great-grandparent

couples to one another like? (Don’t leave out negative character traits or mental illnesses!)

-Do you want family members and/or friends/relatives to join you in the short or long term or

have them visit you? Who, when, how long?

Learning period

How long should your learning last? – Do you want/have to go back temporarily, meet someone, have a holiday ….? State your needs, wishes, intentions. Do you want to set up your own System farm afterwards?

Previously acquired knowledge

-Which P.I.System works have you already read?

What did you like/dislike?

Exclusion of liability:

The settler community can in no way be held responsible for any failures, disappointments, damage, accidents during or after the learning period or mental consequences and subsequent difficulties with a possible reintegration into “civilisation”. Every life learner lives in the community with full responsibility for themselves. Life learners can, however, be held responsible for damage to community property or persons carried out deliberately or through negligence.

Objects and money which have been contributed to the community are used to support the community or become the property of the instructors (and/or of the community of settlers/core family) on account of the services they have rendered and will not be returned if the donor leaves the community. Personal property which is to remain as such must be designated as such from the start (in writing).

Every life learner is free to terminate their instruction and leave at any time. Likewise, the head/father of the group of settlers can dismiss a learner at any time without giving reasons.

Above all with young learners, the relatives should also guarantee that they will be responsible in cases of damage and will not take recourse or institute legal proceedings in cases of failure (illness, accident, even suicide).

Confirm your agreement and the correctness and completeness of your information by signing below:

Date:………………………………….

Name:…………………………………………………………

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Written by paradiseislandfamily

August 9, 2008 um 9:40 am

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