Anthropocene, as a subset of the Human Infrastructure Project, aims to instil theoretical, practical, and geological knowledge in our practitioners; to bring together joint venture divisions and experts from all categories; to develop a network with both the places and communities that have preserved these practises and to provide expert care.
We believe that the concept we outlay under the Human Infrastructure Project is the man's journey. A journey that converges upon bringing health awareness and lands prospection modified by human activity, concurrently.
Human activity has created enormous changes in the environmental systems that sustain human life during the last millennia. Planetary health is a valuable concept for teaching and practice in health professions because it contextualizes health within a broader understanding of the interrelated socio-ecological determinants of human and planetary health. It enables creative approaches to protect both population and the natural environment, critical for human health and well-being.
Anthropocene brings to the fore an encompassing climate under the Human Infrastructure Project as a significant part that focuses on environmental and geological conservation, the land trust and the concentrative prospection of worldwide cultures.
We focus on organizing a forum for research in ancient and modern conventions that consolidate the consulting of ancient scrolls. We believe it is essential to assess the knowledge preserved in ancient libraries and museums through our training experts.
We also intend to research and prospect geological sites and mound burials, gemstones and mines. Moreover, we want to prospect unconventional lands for agriculture and bring to the terms what the ancients aimed to record their knowledge passed down to their inheritors.
This endeavour brings us closer to our scope for Independent Alternative Medicine Studies. An ongoing research project that aims at the research and clinical investigation of Complementary Therapies which has been used for millenia in human healthcare. Therefore, there is a broad are of cultures that we want to mark a fording and unite in a durable bound that can last centuries from now on.
In the subset on Complementary Therapies, we want to travel and investigate them in their local, embedded medicinal systems, which are under threat in the "Anthropocene" era.
Moreover, Anthropocene aims at providing access to human resources and libraries and ancient scrolls to provide the best research connected and retrieved with the knowledge of the ancients.
We aim at having trainees into the essential elements of Medicine investigating the study areas found in these treatments, based on ancient and modern values.
We intend to provide scholars with quality education and health care in land trust areas and explore the lands from an archaeological perspective.
Subsequently, the Human Infrastructure Project aims to provide a scholarly curriculum throughout ancient and modern medical evidence to achieve a better health outcome; to provide professional quality health services; to train scholars to teach in academia; to provide work on alternative treatments for a better life; to give knowledge to highly specialized scholars.
This leads us to our concept that addresses the totality of what we have already exposed above.
The term " Anthropocene " is employed in different ways by various persons or companies, but it is unquestionably a significant part of contemporary environmental thought.
Multiple usages of the term imply several interpretations of the Anthropocene, but specific common themes usually emerge from this tangle. The term's central notion is that human activity has a disproportionate impact on numerous parts of the natural world and the operation of the Earth system, with ramifications for how we view and interact with the natural world—and how we perceive our role in it.
Unlike prior terminologies that attempted to encapsulate human impact on the environment, Anthropocene adopts the formal nomenclature of a Geologic Time Period, derived from the Ancient Greek term "anthropos"("human") and -"cene" ("new" or "recent").
The use of this geological term emphasizes that modern environmental changes are planetary in scale and significant in the context of Earth history, drawing emphasis to their vastness and all-pervasive character.
This geological framing contributes significantly to the term's potency—provides a path to scientific formalization, and generates scientific and transdisciplinary friction.
From its origins as a natural science idea, the phrase has spread across disciplines into the social sciences and humanities and into broader cultural and political debates over how to live on and respond to a human-dominated planet. Much of the term's current vitality stems from these more general cultural and philosophical arguments.
Anthropocene Environmental and Geological Conservation, attempts to restore cultural areas that preserve the environment's geological, mineral, old stone resources and geothermal waters. Additionally, we envisage the wholeness of the soil as a component of how crops are developed and planted.
Therefore, Anthropocene focuses on the value of the lands passed down by our forefathers.
"Homo Crystalis" is concerned with the intelligent body and the interaction of Geo-Mineralogy and Special Interaction with the body's electrical alignment.
As in opening up like a lotus, or flowers that bring about enlightenment, or health teas that operate on the body, the interior fields must be opened and healed. Additionally, it pertains to the crystalline nature of the body, which also contains carbon ( ex., Eyes reflect the internal prism ).
"Homo Momentus" refers to the Homo Sapien being conscious and active in the present moment, or temporal interval.
As in being observant and mindful of and attempting to operate (in the sense of taking action) in the present moment ( like in farming, health and other aspects).
More than that, Anthropocene aims to systematize knowledge of land distribution and real estate lands in compliance with international standards; to train students and specialists in the treatment of agroecology; permaculture; gemstones, and minerals; to structure the plant families through their families and classes, categorized in their overall health benefits and relating to the systems of the body for a more specific on-location treatment, in all classes and methods that need to be addressed, and to instruct in medical practice facilities to establish the broad scope and perspectives of what we try to implement through our concepts.
Anthropocene concepts come with multiple annexations that fall in the same category but deal with specified scopes.
Lands that were misappropriated are now being restored for cultural and health purposes in the symbiosis of human and land-based anthropology landscapes.
Additionally, the Anthropocene focuses on collective trauma healing, both on a physical and cultural level ( as to wars and lands that had conflicts and addresses also in an individual purpose to help clear it from the body.
Therefore, the Anthropocene deals also with the collective trauma of people who were deprived of their lands.
Crop replanting and a focus on plant medicines, cultural foods, natural minerals as therapeutic instruments, tree preservation and medicine, and music are among the objectives.
From an anthropological and cultural standpoint, the cultural approach helps to clear the body, soul, memory as a connection to health and the earth in a current and historical approach ( as a collective cultural experience )
According to the High-Level Panel of Experts on Food Security and Nutrition, "agroecology applies ecological concepts and principles to food and farming systems, focusing on the interaction between microorganisms, plants, animals, humans, and the environment, to promote sustainable agriculture development and ensure food security and nutrition for all, now and in the future."
Transdisciplinary knowledge, farmer practises, and social movements are all incorporated into today's more revolutionary conceptions of agroecology, which acknowledge their mutual interconnection."
Polders and chinampas are living embodiments of ecological concepts and practises passed down through centuries and form the bedrock of agroecology, such as variety, context-specific knowledge, culture, and culinary traditions. Agriculture biodiversity is an essential component of Polders and chinampas. For food and agriculture, biodiversity facilitates ecosystem services such as pollination, soil-based ecosystem services, and pest control.
We also want to implement a holistic health strategy based on biodynamic biodiversity for the planet and human body fields, relating to the body's chi and electrical force (as in the spine and electrical systems such as the cranial sacral fluid in the spine and coccyx.
Pharmacology and pharmacognosy as they pertain to the cultivation of plant intelligence farming as in the law of doctrine analysis and cultivation for the purpose of health and innate beauty of plant unique species.
From an archaeological standpoint, we wish to collect writings on history, geography, poetry, transcription techniques and advances, folklore and beliefs, plant cures, and even indigenous sciences that have moulded our civilization.
Nonetheless, we endeavour to create the most systematic colloquium of our generation. Everything is viewed through an archaeological lens.
By addressing the humanitarian arts as a whole, we hope to summarise chronicles, astronomy, and literature, mythical and religious writings, decrees, old laws, rare photos and footages, historical inscribing, and administrative records.
The satisfaction that a new discovery gives, the ability to make future connections with a notion we already knew, leads us to believe that our scope is not pointless and may be vital for future generations.
The Human Library is a repository for cultural preservation and the refinements that ancient humans possessed as natural features of life.
We have established the foundations for three businesses that will demonstrate their utility in the future. Our mission continues today, particularly for the labour and care of researchers and healthcare practitioners who face a battle against all hinders in their endeavour.
We are cognizant of the critical nature of laying the groundwork and establishing a foundation for future generations, in terms of learning new skills and acquiring knowledge, which risks being lost if we do not gather it and attempt to integrate everyone who has a passion for and an interest in integrative Medicine.
We are in serious danger now as a result of misinformation and deception. We are not opposed to others; instead, we are attempting to incorporate what is necessary and significant for safeguarding lands, farming, permaculture, alternative medicines, and everything else that contributes to our programmes to establish and train future generations.
We want to have learning facilities that address everything like an unfolding perspective. New discoveries are starting to become forgotten.
Archaeological richness and diversities.