The HOUSE OF CULTURE of the Magna Fraternitas Universalis Foundation, is a House of High Culture, devoted to the study, research, dissemination and veneration of Culture and Education. We are an apolitical organization.
Here at the Toronto branch of the House of Culture we organize various cultural activities for the general public such as lectures, seminars, cinema forums, panel discussions, art workshops, yoga classes, eco-trips, piano classes and vegetarian cooking classes. We delve into both the abstract and concrete, working within the diverse branches of human thought, a true synthesis for this New Era.
Topics touched upon range from: science, art, philosophy, education, archaeology, psychology, literature, history, indigenous civilizations, ecology and natural medicine.
The House of Culture is present in various countries such as: Australia, Italy, Venezuela, Peru, Colombia, Mexico, Ecuador, Panama, Puerto Rico, Chile, Argentina, El Salvador, and Bolivia. Our Toronto branch represents the first of many to come in North America! In addition we organize activities in Hamilton and Oakville.
We seek to contribute to re-educating our societies under the principles of Tolerance, Truth and Peace, working towards the ideal of a world united by wisdom and understanding, reaching a true and authentic sense of fraternity. Our work lies under the ideals and methods proposed by Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferriere and Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares,
The House of Culture also seeks to collaborate and partner with organizations that are humanitarian, philosophic, scientific, artistic, esoteric, spiritual and Initiatic, being one of the objectives of the Magna Fraternitas Universalis Foundation.
The Magna Fraternitas Universalis (which has existed since the remotest of times, in different parts of the world) has always been represented by an active Mission of individuals affiliated to the most diverse scientific, cultural and spiritual organizations. It has had times of silence and times in which the Grand Institution has manifested. During these times of silence, the Magna Fraternitas Universalis was limited to secretly conserving the teachings in Sanctuaries. During active times it has publicly presented itself through an Order whose instructors offered the traditional teachings. It is the true Great Universal Brotherhood as a generic term which encompasses more than 150 movements in the world including Institutions willing to precisely support the Magna Fraternitas Universalis at a high level.