Founders

Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière

SMASRDFDr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière was born in Paris, France on January 18th, 1916. At the age of 12, he is awarded the “Ernest Rousille” award as Europe's best student. At the age of 14, he begins his university studies and immersed in it by its specific nature. In 1935, he obtains the title of Mining Engineer in Brussels. He later obtains doctorates in diverse subjects such as in Medicine, Sciences, Psychology and Theology, Philosophy and Biology.

On February 18th, 1947, he establishes the International Group of Cosmobiology.

He also excels in Art as a painter who shows in each one of his pieces, a simultaneous set of diverse interconnected meanings, for a time where values imply both a synthesis and at the same time a syntagma. He has been declared by art critics as an incomparable painter.

Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière tirelessly travels the five continents, visiting 43 countries and giving more than 2500 lectures, establishing his high ideals of Science, Art, Philosophy and Didactics for the birth of a new humanity.






Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares

MASDJFODr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares was born on June 12, 1921 in the Mexican diplomatic legation in Kobe, Japan. His parents were Mexican diplomats. He himself said, “I am a South American of a Mexican cradle born in Japan.” He lived in Japan until he was 6 years old, where he could appreciate the ancestral Knowing that characterizes these people. At the age of three he began to learn music with a xylophone-like Japanese instrument.

He lived in San Francisco, USA, for two years and then arrived to Mexico where he precociously came in contact with the literature and philosophy that would mark for the rest of his life, his musical creativity and his apostleship of thought. His inclination towards scientific research as well began around this age. He attended primary school during the day and in the evenings his father began to take him to his afternoon university classes, introducing him to thinkers such as Antonio Caso, José Vasconcelo and Alfonso Reyes. He was educated in different centers of different nationalities, such as the National School of Mexico, the San Borja French School, the American School and the Hebrew School.






Acct. María Nilda Cerf Arbulú

HSCHMNCAShe was born on May 9th, 1953 in Cusco (Peru). She studied Public Accounting at the Superior Institute of Accounting and graduated in 1975. Her father was the Accountant and Mathematician Carlos Alfonso Cerf of Gala and her mother was Mrs. Georgina Arbulú. Her grandfather was the Wise Peruvian Mathematician Fermín Arbulú. On September 29th, 1974 she met Dr. David Juan Ferriz Olivares in Cusco, to whom she was to be a direct disciple. For 18 years she closely collaborated with him and always attended to him. She was also his immediate administrator within the different spheres he worked in. She alone travelled around the continent many times, attending to governmental meetings, for the legal establishment of the ELIC Foundation and the integration of its members.

On May 18th, 1977, she travelled to Valera, Venezuela, under the guidance of Dr. David J. Ferriz O. to build the Free Schools of Scientific Research for Children, in union with the International Year of Science as declared by UNESCO.

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