It has become clear, the time for this to happen and take action on this vision is now. I am seeking to raise $50,000,000 CAD, by asking 10 Million people worldwide to donate $5 each towards this purpose. ($6 with the GoFundMe fee).
* GoFundMe has recently lowered their fundraiser limit to $10,000,000. There are additional ways to donate to this project as detailed in the summary located at the bottom.
This is a purpose which will alter the course of our current collective path into one of positive Co-operation and Co-Creation. It’s called The Co-Heart Community Project.
Together we will bring Peace, Harmony and Abundant Health back to the Earth, to the Animals and to all Children. Women and Men. By making this happen we will revolutionize the world with Unconditional Love.
The true objective of The Co-Heart Community Project is to restructure our society as a whole in a Loving, Positive all inclusive way. This will be achieved by creating Co-operative Communities that thrive together by utilizing Natural Law: Do No Harm.
This endeavor will be accomplished by offering everyone within certain geographical areas the opportunity to collectively contribute to their local Community at every level. We will provide one another with all the basic needs we require to live Happy, Healthy, and simple lives while thriving in abundant conditions.
I live in Lumby, British Columbia, Canada. I see the immense potential hidden within my own Community to get this vision started. Lumby will be the Heart Beat of this project, a perfect example for other Communities to follow suit and start caring for and living of the land.
With the money raised we will start a Foundation to manage the funds. It will be called, “The Co-Heart Foundation“. I already met the people in Lumby, long ago, who will facilitate this change. I am inviting even more people who I have connected with through social media. Once the money is raised we will approach each of them asking them to become a part of the project.
This will be a collective project and we will have complete, open transparency. We will show exactly where every single dollar is spent and display exactly how the project is going from the very beginning.
I ask you to read the following with a completely open mind. We have the opportunity to move forward from this global crisis understanding that our current way of living is not working for us.
It is time for us to take our powers back as a society. We can live harmoniously alongside nature and restore true balance to OUR Planet, Earth.
A brief summary outlining this project may be found near the bottom of this document.
Imagine a Community where you can have everything you require to live a Healthy, Abundant life, provided to you for contributing only 10 to 100 hours each year with little to no financial costs. This is exactly what we are going to do.
Here is how:
The Co-Heart Community Project, Lumby, British Columbia, Canada
With the $50,000,000 we will purchase all available commercial properties in Lumby as detailed and we will do the following with these properties:
60/62 Creighton Valley Rd, Creighton Valley Produce, The Farm, purchase price: $5,000,000
Including $2,000,000 accounting for upgrades and converting to a more ecological approach with solar power, a year round greenhouse and micro-green nursery.
Creighton Valley Produce will be the central hub of Lumby. We will rename the land, The Farm; the slogan: “A Community Growing Together.”
This Farm has 60 acres of prime local soil to grow on. We will purchase The Farm from the current owners with an agreement in place that they will tend to farm operations for 2 years following our purchase. During this period they will help redesign The Farm for its new purpose.
The entire Farm will be converted into an organic ecosystem of any and everything possible which we can grow within our climate. During the first two years we will recondition the soil by rotating hemp crops while maintaining the current grocery chain operations as we transition over.
The front field, which suits the title “Nature’s Share”, will be lined with a wide variety of trees twenty-five feet deep, including shrubs and wildflowers all left to grow freely. In the center of this first field will be a large pond with rolling knolls surrounded by wildflowers.
Bee hives will follow the edge of the tree line partnered with berry bushes. The remaining sections of this first field will be filled with fruit and nut bearing trees. The field will remain open welcoming deer and other wildlife to share this space with us. Foot paths will flow through the area.
Red Border = Field 1. Green Lines represent Trees. Yellow Lines represent Bee hives.
The middle field, which is sectioned off by a deer fence, will be nurtured with root vegetables, lettuces and more. Wildflowers, shrubs and trees will be part of this field’s edge as well. A large gazebo for meals and gatherings will take center stage and an impressive year round greenhouse will be placed at the area nearest the barn.
The barn itself will be upgraded to pure solar power and a new building dedicated as a micro-green nursery will be built. The plan is to keep supplying large grocery chains with the current flow of produce, mainly beets and potatoes. The income from this will be used to pay the land taxes, maintenance and all operating costs. All profits will be placed into The Co-Heart Foundation.
Following the initial two years redesigning The Farm, it will be offered to a fresh local couple to operate. They will be provided with the main house on the property to live in, a $30,000 per year personal income and what will be known as an Unlimited Kinnecta Card.
They will be asked to operate The Farm for a period of ten years, after which, a house of their choosing valued up to $500,000 will be bought by the Foundation and gifted in their name. In addition, this couple will receive an Unlimited Lifetime Kinnecta Card, which we will discuss in detail later.
After the first couple completes their 10 years a new couple will be invited to operate The Farm. They will be given the exact same opportunity.
After everything has been implemented on The Farm, the population extending North to Mable Lake, East to Cherryville and West past Whitevale, ending at Bluenose Road, will be invited to contribute on The Farm.
Geographical area for Lumby’s Co-Heart Community. 111 km perimeter. 739 km square. Total Population in Area: 4,459
Every Child, Woman and Man within the mentioned locations will be invited to lend their hands on The Farm and contribute at their leisure. In exchange, depending on the yearly hours contributed, each person will be given a Kinnecta Card ranging from 10 to 100 hours.
Based on hours provided, contributors will have access to products and services offered by The Co-Heart Foundation with minimal to no financial cost. For the first annual 10 hour contribution to The Farm individuals will be offered to take as much produce they require within that year at no cost.
Products and services available will increase by 5 hour increments after the initial 10 hour contribution. With 15 hours contributed each year, contributors may enjoy a weekly meal at the community’s restaurant.
The Blue Ox Pub, 1643 Vernon St, The Green Rabbit: $1,400,000
We will purchase: The Blue Ox Pub located at 1643 Vernon St for $1,400,000 with an additional $750,000 for operator housing and renovations. The name will be changed to “The Green Rabbit” and all foods will come straight from The Farm.
The Green Rabbit will be presented to a single individual to operate. They will be given a $30,000 annual income and be provided with a house from The Co-Heart Foundation valued up to $500,000. The home will be placed in their name after 10 years of contribution and their Kinnecta Card will be upgraded to an Unlimited Lifetime Kinnecta Card.
This community restaurant will serve healthy, low cost meals. Anyone may dine here but those holding a 15 or more hour Kinnecta Card will receive one weekly meal at no cost. Land taxes, maintenance, and other operating expenses will be paid from the revenue generated at The Green Rabbit, all profits thereafter will go back to The Co-Heart Foundation.
The Snac Shac, 2133 Shuswap Ave: $650,000
The Snac Shac, located at 2133 Shuswap Ave, will be bought for $650,000. Up to $1,000,000 is to be used for renovations and expansion. A second floor with two apartments will be added. These apartments will house the new operators of The Snac Shac.
The operators will be given the $30,000 per year Co-Heart income along with an Unlimited Kinnecta Card. After 10 years they will both receive a house in their names, valued up to $500,000, and an Unlimited Lifetime Kinnecta Card.
At this Co-Heart location, all corporate junk foods, drinks, cigarettes and vape products currently stocked will be disposed of. Everything will be replaced with Healthy Snack alternatives sourced from Canada with priority given to British Columbia products.
After contributing 20 annual hours on The Farm, contributors may purchase products at cost. A smoothie and juice bar will be built into The Snac Shac.
All produce, vegetables and fruits for the smoothie/juice bar will be supplied from The Farm. Contributors can get one smoothie or juice per week at no cost.
Anyone not holding a 20 hour or more Kinnecta Card will be charged 15% in markup and a small price for smoothies. Land taxes, maintenance and operating costs will be paid before all else and the remaining profits will go into The Co-Heart Foundation.
If possible, at this site, we will build an addition for a small 40 seat local theatre to include a hardwired computer/internet lounge. If it’s not suited for the site we will buy another property and build it there. More about this later as it is applicable with 80 contribution hours
The Rams Horn Hotel, 2004 Shuswap Ave, The Big Red Rooster: $600,000
The Rams Horn Hotel will be bought from it’s current owners for $600,000. Plus another $2,500,000 dedicated to the complete tear down and rebuild of this site.
Having 25 contributed farm hours per year individuals will have access to all products available to them at cost coming from The Big Red Rooster.
The Big Red Rooster will be the main hub of the communities relationship network. Being used as a grocery style co-op primarily supplied with produce from The Farm. It will house a generous space where local crafters and creators living within a 100 km radius can come display and sell their crafts and creations. To take part they will be contributing 4 hours of time per month towards the operation of the store.
Everything sold at The Big Red Rooster will be available to anyone not holding a 25 hour Kinnecta Card for a mark up no greater than 15%. All individuals selling their local products will collectively contribute financially towards the land taxes, maintenance and operation costs of the property. The money from their personal products goes directly to their person/business. 100% of The Farms produce sales coming from this building will go directly into The Co-Heart Foundation.
All vendors, or operators, of The Big Red Rooster will be handed an Unlimited Kinnecta Card. If they are able to contribute 4 hours per month consecutively for a 10 year period they will be provided with an Unlimited Lifetime Kinnecta Card.
Products and stock items we are not able to locally produce, grow or harvest will be sourced from Canada with priority given to British Columbia above all else. A particular limit from the U.S.A will be considered.
Everything available through The Big Red Rooster will be plant based organic no-spray, non GMO foods free from corn, canola, soy, wheat; and free from sugars, artificial sweeteners and additives.
The building itself and all other buildings owned by The Co-Heart Foundation, will be designed with simplicity. Natural light will be utilized wherever possible. Interior lighting will be minimal using basic incandescent filament bulbs only.
With the exception of a few particular sites, all buildings will be run without any Wi-Fi or internet connections, cable or satellite television, cameras or security systems. Each building will be connected with hardwired land based phone systems. Some places will ask contributors and visitors to leave all electronics off and away from the properties entirely.
Set on the first floor of The Big Red Rooster building there will be a beautiful area for children of contributors to spend their time playing and learning while their parents connect through the Kinnecta Society.
The second floor will have 8 apartment rooms incorporated. These apartments will house maintenance people of The Co-Heart Community. Each will contribute on a rotating schedule of 4 hours a day, 2 days per week.
A final third floor will have offices set up for certain contributors. A lawyer with an assistant, a financial adviser, along with a fourth individual operating The Big Red Rooster and a fifth tending to The Co-Heart Foundation. There will be a large meeting room on this floor for The Co-Heart Foundation organizers as well.
These five will form the key blocks of the project. Each will have their own office. Their offices will have hardwired internet connections plugged into desktop computers. They will be provided with a house valued up to $750,000, x 5 = $3,750,00, which will be gifted to them in their name after 15 years of contribution, a $30,000 per year income and Unlimited Lifetime Kinnecta Cards.
Any Person living in a Co-Heart Foundation home while they are contributing will be responsible for paying all property taxes, hydro and insurance, before and after it is signed into their name.
Arbour Park Mall, 1879 Vernon St, Property Purchase: $800,000
Arbour Park Center: 1879 Vernon St. $800,000 purchase price, a $650,000 buy-out for The Dollar-Dollar Store, a $450,000 buy-out for the Pagoda Chinese Restaurant and a $75,000 buy-out for Yuki Sushi; with $125,000 for Lumby’s Community Thrift Store and $1,000,000 going towards renovations.
Arbour Park Center: $3,200,000.
This mall style complex will house a diverse group of Co-Heart operators. We will buy-out The Dollar-Dollar Store, the Pagoda Chinese Food outlet and Yuki Sushi. Each business we buy-out will be renovated and replaced with a Co-Heart Counterpart.
With 30 annual hours on The Farm, contributors will have access to the Take it or Leave it shop. A thrift style setting will be turned into an outlet where people can drop off anything they no longer need or want. Individuals with 30 hours on The Farm can pick up anything they desire at no cost. People without a Kinnecta Card, or less than 30 hours, will pay a small price for items.
Take it or Leave it will contribute 50% of the land taxes, maintenance and operating costs of the property. The operator of Take it or Leave it will receive $30,000 per year, a house valued up to $500,000, going into their name after 10 years combined with the Unlimited Lifetime Kinnecta Card.
The Community Clothes-Line. A re-cycle, up-cycle clothing store where anyone within 100 km’s wishing to sell their own up-cycled clothing creations is welcomed. Operators will be given an Unlimited Kinnecta Card and have access to anything they’d like from Take it or Leave it as materials to create their products. All sales from their creations will go directly back to the creators themselves. Collectively they will contribute 25% towards the land taxes, maintenance and operating costs of the property.
A contributor with a 35 hour or more Kinnecta Card will receive 5 shirts, 2 pairs of pants, a jacket and hat of their choosing, each year, at no cost from The Community Clothes-Line.
The Dollar-Dollar Store will be moved over to 1954 Vernon St. The products will be reduced to essential items only, items such as toilet paper and stationary products.
Fields, I.D.A, 1954 Vernon St, Bare Essentials – Bare Nature: $700,000
$200,000 will be used for renovations at this site. I.D.A’s Pharmacies next door will be removed and is to be replaced with a natural, herbal apothecary store, to be called, Bare Nature. All kinds of tinctures, ointments and the likes will be supplied by many local Health minded creators.
One operator will be asked to operate the Dollar Store, new name: Bare Essentials. In exchange they will receive a $30,000 per year income, a house valued up to $500,000 and an Unlimited Kinnecta Card. Revenue from here will be used to pay 75% of the land taxes, maintenance and operating costs. The remainder will go back to The Co-Heart Community Foundation.
All local creators within a 100 km radius wanting to contribute to the apothecary will be given an Unlimited Kinnecta Card. They will have access to anything available through The Co-Heart Community at cost which they require to help create their products. All money from their sales will go in their own account. Each will contribute 4 hours per month to the storefront. Together they will pay 25% towards the land taxes, maintenance and operating costs of the property.
Contributors with 40 hours at The Farm will have access to any and everything at Bare Essentials (Dollar Store) at cost. For anyone not holding a Kinnecta Card, or with less hours will pay a small markup of 15%.
At 45 hours contributors can go to the apothecary and buy items at cost. The creators of this space will markup their price no more than 15% of what they personally want for their creations.
Wellness Hut – Village Art Gallery: Arbor Park Center
The Wellness Hut, which is going to be at Arbor Park Centre, will be a gem in this particular building. Massage, tarot. reiki, float tanks and a herbal garden will fill the space just as it is destined for. A number of massage, tarot and reiki specialists will be welcomed to practice here. They will be provided with an Unlimited Kinnecta Card and a house valued up to $300,000 x 4 = $1,200,000.
All revenue from The Wellness Hut will go directly to the operators. Collectively, they will contribute 25% towards the land taxes, maintenance and operating costs of the property.
Contributors of The Farm with a 50 hour Kinnecta Card will be welcome to one monthly 1 hour massage, one monthly reiki, a tarot reading and two 1 hour float tank sessions.
An art studio and gallery will take the place where the Dollar Store once was. Artists of all sorts within a 100 km radius are invited to display their creations and place them for sale. Each will contribute 4 hours per month at the gallery and receive an Unlimited Kinnecta Card. 100% of their sales will go directly back to the artists.
Art classes will be made available and contributors having 55 hours at The Farm can now get 2 hours of art instruction a month for no cost.
Sisters Restaurant, 1920 Vernon St, The Eden Den: $299,000
The building itself will be redesigned into a yoga and dance studio at a cost of $250,000. The space will be used for yoga, mediation and dance. A local couple will be given the opportunity to be the operators here. They will get an Unlimited Kinnecta Card and a house valued up to $500,000. Any income they generate will be their personal income and they will pay the land taxes and maintenance costs for the property.
It would be fitting to title this studio, Eden’s Den. Contributors from The Farm with 60 hours or more can utilize the studio anytime they desire.
Vacant Land, 1882 Vernon St, Music in The Park: $200,000
Presently, Lumby annually puts on “Music in the Park”. Local bands and singers get together and perform live music for anyone in the Community. We will purchase this land and turn it into a place dedicated for this event. A covered stage will be built along the tree line with a seating area created and set on a small hill near the roadway. An expense of $50,000 will be used creating the site.
There will be no cost or expense required of anyone. Musicians will be invited to play at this location anytime they desire. Community members and visitors of Lumby can enjoy playing and listening here anytime. The Co-Heart Foundation will cover all land taxes, maintenance and operating costs.
Tutor Tech, 1969 Vernon St, Platinum Tattoo, Jam Studio: $275,000
This building is currently occupied by The Monashee Arts Council and Tutor Tech. The Monashee Arts Council will be invited to take part in the new art gallery located at Arbor Park Centre. A local tattoo artist will be given the space at the Art Councils previous spot. Tutor Tech will remain where they are and the building itself will be converted into a two story building.
The second floor will be turned into a music studio and local, “radio station”. An operator will be invited to look after the studio. Music lessons will be taught and local music will be provided to local Community members through an online streaming radio station dedicated to playing locally produced music. Renovations: $250,000.
Both the tattoo artist and music operator will be provided with an Unlimited Kinnecta Card and a house of their choosing valued up to $500,000 x 2 = $1,000,000.
Contributors with 65 hours will get 4 hours of music lessons, recording, or radio time each month. 70 hours of contribution gets a contributor 8 hours of tattoo work per year.
Sunfire Systems, 1633 Vernon St, The Wood Shop: $327,000
This building will be used as a Community woodworking shop. $50,000 will be used to upgrade the premises. One individual will be invited to operate the site. In return they will be given an Unlimited Kinnecta Card and a house valued up to $500,000. They will pay the land taxes and maintenance, all profits thereafter will be theirs outright.
In exchange, contributors with 75 farm hours will receive 10 hours of woodworking lessons each year.
The current occupants of this site will be moved to another location. Eventually they will be asked to become part of the Communities Co-Heart Foundation.
Community Theatre – Internet Lounge: Location to be determined, $1,000,000
Earlier, I mentioned a Community theatre and internet lounge. The ideal site in mind would be located at the back of the Snac Shac. If it is not possible to build at that site, a suitable location will be found.
Possible expense for an appropriate site: $500,000 plus building of the theatre and internet lounge: $500,000.
The theatre and internet Lounge will have one operator each. They will be given an Unlimited Kinnecta Card, a $30,000 annual income and a house that will be placed in their name after 10 years of contribution valued up to $500,000.
The internet lounge will be built on the top floor to the theatre. There will be a total of 30 internet booths. Internet connections will all be hardwired and the building will be open to contributors 24 hours a day. The lounge will be open to all others not holding a Kinnecta Card for 6 hours a day, from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. They will pay a small hourly fee.
The theatre will be a place where we can create our own movies, perform live plays, and other forms of entertainment. Equipment and appropriate software for movie production will be on hand. The theatre will only play locally created content produced by contributors from within Lumby’s dedicated geographical area.
Contributors with 80 hours annual time on The Farm will have full access to both facilities. They will have access to the theatre, free to view movies or plays anytime they desire. In conjunction contributors can become part of the creative process and learn to create their own movies and plays through classes and workshops.
Anyone else not having 80 hours on The Farm, or a Kinnecta Card will pay a small fee to watch movies and plays. They will also pay for their creative classes if they wish to join.
The funds generated from contributors content will go directly to that creator. The land taxes, maintenance and operating expenses for the internet lounge and theatre will be paid from The Co-Heart Foundation.
Antlers Cold Beer and Wine, 2031 Vernon St, Hogies: $1,200,000
We will purchase the local Cold Beer and Wine Store, offer it to an individual to operate and; with $200,000 for renovations, we will convert the place into a small bar. Hogies will be the name.
Hogies will be open from 5:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m, 5 days a week. Closed Sundays and Mondays. Seating will be limited to 14 seats and a maximum of 2 drinks per day, per customer, will be permitted. All drinks will be handcrafted by the bartender/operator.
Contributors with 85 hours on The Farm will receive their drinks at cost. Any other individual will pay a 15% mark-up price for their drinks.
The operator will be responsible for the land taxes, maintenance and operating costs of the property. All revenue generated from the bar will be their income. They will be handed an Unlimited Kinnecta Card. A house valued up towards $500,000 will be provided to them to live in and placed in their name after 10 years being an operator. Their Kinnecta Card will also be upgraded to a an Unlimited Lifetime Kinnecta Card.
Keep in mind, the purpose of this project is to set up a not for profit society, a maintenance style venture whereas we maintain the properties we have while everyone involved receives all they need.
Howard George Weston’s Property, 1666 Trinity Valley Rd, Retreat and Sweat: $299,000
Blue Line = Creek, Red for footpath, Yellow X’s indicate cabins and the large white area will be the sweat lodge location.
This is my Dad’s property. He left our world in 2015. Currently the property is owned by my Stepmother and his Estate. I would like The Co-Heart Foundation to buy the property for $299,000 and turn this piece of land into a healing retreat.
We will build 6 cabins all set in a semi circle around the field for $300,000 and fix the roof and plumbing inside the main house for $50,000. A foot bridge will be built to cross the creek and a sweat lodge will be constructed on the other side.
The property is to be offered to a couple or individual to operate. They will live in the main house, be provided with an Unlimited Kinnecta Card and a house valued up to $500,000 of their choosing will be bought and placed in their name after 10 years.
Contributors with 90 hours on The Farm will be invited to take part in 2 sweats and be allowed to use the cabins 2 days and 2 nights each month.
The operator will generate a personal income from the retreat by inviting others not holding a Kinnecta Card to join in sweats and/or retreats for a price they determine. They will pay the land taxes, maintenance and operating costs of the property.
95 hours of contribution is intended to include a dentist. This is an area to be worked out with our local dentist once everything else is situated.
Empty Property, 1788 Vernon, The Blue Star – Silent Hall: $299,000
This property, located on the outskirts of the town’s edge will become The Blue Star, a silent hall where contributors can come and silently meditate any hour of the day, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
$250,000 will be spent building the hall. The first floor will have a questions counter, which will be open 4 hours a day, 4 days a week, and 4 small “speaking rooms”. Contributors may get together in these rooms and discuss their intentions for a group meditation.
The questions counter is a place where curious visitors and Community members can go ask questions about the entire project and more specifically the purpose of The Blue Star building. Essentially it is going to be an information booth.
One person will operate the questions counter. This individual will receive an Unlimited Kinnecta Card and a house to live in valued up to $500,000, placed in their name after 10 years being an operator.
Closed doors will lead to a hallway that brings you to a stairwell. Once contributors enter this area they are to remain silent at all times. A dedicated area to remove their footwear and changing rooms will be located at the bottom of the stairwell.
All natural lighting will encompass the entire building. Sky lights and candles will light the way up the stairs and into the silent hall. Real hardwood flooring will flow through the hall. Floor to ceiling windows at the eastern edge will give a great view to sunrises coming over Camels Hump.
The Blue Star will only be accessible to contributors having 100 annual contribution hours on The Farm. They will be handed an Unlimited Kinnecta Card bearing a Blue Star on the top right corner.
The Salmon Trail, Extension: $250,000
Blue = Existing Trial, Red = Proposed Trail Extension leading to The Farm.
Lumby currently has a wonderful Salmon Trail flowing through part of the Community. We can bike and walk the wide open trail winding through trees as it follows Bessette Creek.
The creek runs from The Farm and connects to the Salmon Trail in town, marked by the red line. We will approach the Communities mayor and councilors asking to extend the Salmon Trail to The Farm property. Approximate cost of the extension: $250,000. The Co-Heart Foundation will fund the project and it will link The Farm with a direct line to the town.
Total dollar amounts for commercial properties, houses and renovations thus far:
$32,549,000 + Additional 10% estimate margin = $35,803,900.
Co-Heart Community Foundation Contingency Fund: $5,000,000.
This extra money will be banked and is to be used for the initial set up of the Foundation itself, our website, licensing, insurances, and other expected costs including future maintenance and operating expenditures.
$35,803,900 + $5,000,000 = $40,803,900
Other Potential Ventures:
Lumby’s Local Newspaper: $350,000
When the vision first came to mind it included purchasing Lumby’s Community Newspaper, which was for sale at the time. Since then it has been bought by a lovely Family who moved into our Community a while ago.
The thought behind buying the Newspaper was to establish a Community Newspaper that would only print and publish positive stories. All contributors and operators within Lumby’s Co-Heart Community were to receive free advertising and promotional publications.
We would buy the publication for $350,000 then offer it to an individual to operate. They would receive a house, valued at $500,000, an Unlimited Kinnecta Card and the $30,000 per year Co-Heart income.
It is still a possibility. The new owner is very sincere and kind. I am certain he may be interested in this sort of project. Proven successful we will approach him and his Family, we will invite them to share in the vision.
Pavement Kings, North Vancouver, British Columbia: $1,500,000
After 10 years earning a living as a paver, learning from the ground up, I became a “partner” of sorts, with this paving company, The Pavement Kings (Not the original name). What an adventure it was. I Loved it. Still do. Always will.
Throughout this I have huge dreams of buying the company for $1,500,000 and spending $3,500,000 on new equipment including a piece of property.
This company would be a primary source of revenue for The Co-Heart Foundation. My intentions are to keep The Pavement Kings operating in North Vancouver giving the entire crew of 10 – 12 homes and Kinnecta Cards.
The crew would operate in North Vancouver on a rotating schedule, providing service in the lower mainland for 2 weeks and coming to Lumby for 1 week. I will travel to North Vancouver once a month for a week myself and work along side the paving team. During their stay in Lumby they will pave any Co-Heart Community sites needing work and perform any required pavement maintenance for our sites.
Extra service will be provided to contributors and operators, or anyone else, seeking paving services within their 1 week stay. They would be paying for the work.
Working in North Vancouver The Pavement Kings would do business as usual and all profits from the company would flow into The Co-Heart Community account. I had an amazing fun time playing with the potential behind this.
The opportunity still presents itself. Since the vision came to mind the company has been bought out by a friend of mine. A great man with differing thoughts. Although we hold opposing ideas about the way this particular company should be run, the possibility to include them is still here.
I would Love to go into full detail about including The Pavement Kings but for now we will leave it. We will explore the possibility once everything else is in place. The true focus at this moment is Lumby and the initial start up.
Law Office, 2001 Miller St, Bike and Sports Shop: $270,000
Lumby just created a bike park by the Salmon Trail. We have a man in town who does bike repairs, buys and sells bikes, and he could use a place of his own to operate out of.
A law office building is available for purchase, recently it was taken off the market but we can still buy it, the asking price: $270,000. Having a sports store is a perfect addition to The Co-Heart Community. We will further promote Health and Well-Being.
The operator will be offered similar opportunities as others operating their business in a Co-Heart building. An Unlimited Kinnecta Card, a home to live in up valued up to $500,000 and a building to operate out of free from rent, mortgages and debts. He will be asked to contribute towards the land taxes and maintenance costs.
Renovations for this site would be $150,000.
Cedar Bridge School, 730 Whitevale Road: $2,500,000
Nestled between Farm and Forrest this preschool to grade 8 private school is a highlight of the vision. From 2015-2017 I was heavily involved volunteering my time while piecing together the role the school would play in our project.
Originally this little school was focused on moving back to the basics. The administers and teachers were setting up a school free from computers and technology. They were putting their efforts into the best interests of the Children by providing them with an environment free from wireless technology. A perfect fit for The Co-Heart Community.
The land was owned by Vale Farms and potentially available for sale. Unfortunately the land was purchased by the Okanagan Waldorf Society. The School itself was bought out by the Public Education System, slowly but surely they are following the mainstream and implementing wireless technology. When we make this vision happen, and we will. We can approach the School with the funds and have them lead us with their original technology free schooling.
Pavement Kings $6,000,000 + Bike and Sports Shop: $420,000 + the previous totals of: $40,803,900 = a new total of: $47,223,900.
Any extra money remaining will go to The Co-Heart Community Foundation and it will be used for the dismantlement of wireless technology.
My Heart in this Vision:
I hold a deep passion for this vision. My desire to bring this into reality is reflected through my actions. In 2013, I designed and ordered a custom journal where I was writing and drawing out all the plans to bring it forth. I have bought lottery tickets every week hoping to make this happen. :
At one point I asked a friend of mine to draft blue prints for the Community theatre:
We will use existing buildings and properties to initiate this vision. Having initial properties paid off with no mortgages or debts owing enables The Co-Heart Community Project to operate on a maintenance program. We will be able to maintain our lifestyles within our Community without the need for any unnecessary growth or expansion.
All properties will be basic and simple in design, built and maintained with natural materials. The majority of Co-Heart properties will be free from Wi-Fi, internet, television, cable or security systems. The few sites with internet, television or phones of any kind will all be set up with hardwired connections.
This will done because, as we know, the electromagnetic radiation emitted from Wi-Fi and 5G wireless technologies is harmful to not only our Health and Well-Being, physically and mentally as Humans, but also to Animals and Plant Life as well.
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I strongly encourage People to read the Invisible Rainbow by Scientist and Journalist Arthur Firstenberg.
Once complete, our website: https://www.thennewnarrative.com/ will give you the complete explanation regarding the harm electromagnetic frequencies are causing to us by slowly changing, altering or destroying living cells and DNA.
Solar power will be the primary source of hydro for all Co-Heart properties therefore eliminating hydro bills. Having minimal lighting and technological gadgets will further reduce the carbon footprint of our Community.
Eventually, without the need for expansion, money generated as a “profit” will be used to fund any other Communities wishing to follow suit. Achieved by applying the same societal structure based on contribution of hours, therefore becoming a part of The Co-Heart Community. Through this we will overhaul society and create the positive Loving changes needed in the world today.
Set up on a tier style structure based on hours of contribution, Community members will have access to any and everything they need to Live a Happy, Healthy and Abundant Life.
Contributing hours on The Farm, ranging from 10 – 100 hours per year will give participants all their basic needs starting with food, then clothing, then health opportunities designed for Self Healing followed by recreation desires such as entertainment and other activities.
Contributors within the designated geographical area will be invited to contribute hours. They will receive what will be known as, The Kinnecta Card. The Kinnecta Card will be simple in design, bearing the contributors name, the year and their hours contributed. All person 75 years and older, living within the designated geographical area, will receive an Unlimited Lifetime Kinnecta Card.
This new societal design will create a situation where contributors can still maintain a job in the general workplace therefore earning themselves an income. The money they personally earn may be used for things such as, but not limited to, housing, cars, and maintenance while everything else is provided to them through The Co-Heart Foundation.
People invited to participate as operators will maintain certain Co-Heart sites. They will be required to contribute at their designated sites ranging from 4 hours a month to 4 hours a day, 5 days a week, and will be asked to participate for 10 years.
Operators running their own business through a Co-Heart building will be asked to contribute a small percentage to the expense of land taxes, maintenance and operating costs. They will be free from paying any rent, mortgages, hydro or utility bills.
Operators receiving a $30,000 annual Co-Heart income will also be free from paying any rent, mortgages, hydro or utility costs. The land taxes, maintenance and operating costs at their sites will be paid by The Co-Heart Community Foundation.
In exchange operators will be handed an Unlimited Kinnecta Card and provided with a house to live in during their participating years. After 10 years their Kinnecta Card will be converted into an Unlimited Lifetime Kinnecta Card and most will receive a house placed in their name.
I am one single person. An individual in this massive world. The Truth however, the Earth needs Healing. We need Healing. This vision came to me for a reason. It came to me with a purpose.
Personally I do not have a cellphone, a computer, or any other form of modern day technology. I do have a hardwired landline and that’s it. This way of living provides me with enough clarity to see how disconnected we’ve become from ourselves, our planet and from each other; while simultaneously providing me with a communication barrier.
The vision I have is monumental. This is not something any one Woman or Man could ever achieve on their own. They can think it up, however, this takes a collective effort, with the Right Women and Men. Together we can collectively raise the money and get this project started. I have invited over 500 People from around the world to help get this project started by sharing the Fund Raiser and details with their Loved ones. Together let's put in the focus, energy into actually making real positive changes in this world.
We will have everything as mentioned completed 2 years from the day we raise the money. We will do exactly every single thing as described on this page.
Absolutely every detail of The Co-Heart Community Project will be openly shared with all. All members of the General Public will have access to our Privately owned website: TheNewNarrative.ca which we are currently setting up to follow along as this project progresses.
When we are successful raising the money required to make this all happen we will Publicly post and account for every transaction and every single detail about this project will be released and openly accessible to the General Public.
Once it is up and running all donors and contributors will be invited to join the Kinnecta Website. Through the website you will have access to all financial account details showing exactly where and how the money is spent. Every single dollar. Weekly updates will be provided.
I see this as a Collective Vision. I know we all want positive change in this world. I know the right people will see this and want to make it a reality. I know we can create change instantly, overnight.
If this project is something you would Love to contribute to and see happen in our reality, please, send me a private message on instagram @TheNewNarrative.ca, send me an email: [email redacted], or call me at Home: 1-250-547-6590 + spread the message and share this vision with as many others as you possibly can.
10,000,000 Women and Men of 7 BILLION can Co-Create REAL change.
We can, and we will, create our own Narrative and change His-Story to OUR-Story. Let’s ALL make it happen together as the Whole. Let’s all contribute to an Earth full of True Unconditional Love and Happiness.
Together we will Create a Holistic Community that is 100% Self Efficient and governed by the Natural Law of Woman and Man
Do No Harm
If you are truly READY for CHANGE
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Love for ALL, Love Always,
i am who i am
i am a Man
i am Divine Spirit
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