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“THE DESIRE FOR WEALTH IS NOT FOR WEALTH. IT IS FOR THE MEANS OF FREEDOM AND BENEFIT.”


Beneficiation and development mean more then securing a fair deal. Quality of life is not measured by wealth but by freedom.
Freedom is the principal goal and purpose of development and at the basis of our philosophy.
We believe that progress and development rise from the abolishment of restrictions. Freedom is not restricted to the rich and wealthy. Poverty is not just a lack of money but also a general lack in possibilities for people to live the life they want.

Alongside economic well-being there has to be personal well-being, and the former means nothing without the latter. Human Resource is the most underestimated “commodity” in the world and money has real value only when it is spent to improve the life and development of people.

We are in favor of the idea of free market dynamics. Free, open and fair.

A Free, open and fair trade is a trade with mutual consent, clarity and free choice. It’s trading with mutual benefits and acknowledgement of an individuals right to pursue his or her own happiness in harmony with everyone and everything else. It is based on the foundational principles of autonomy, beneficence, non-maleficence, and justice.

When these principled are acknowledged and adhered to then there is no need for heavy handed regulations.



The eight pointed star is a symbol used by the Sumerians and the Babylonians.
It referred to the goddess known at “The Lightbringer”.
Native Americans use it to refer to peace between the tribes.
When enclosed within a circle it was the symbol for the sun god.

Eight is an also important number in terms of realizing balance, and it reoccurs in the eight-paths in the way of Buddah and eight immortals in Chinese tradition and the eight days of Hannukkah, the festival of light.

Its universal symbolism is one of balance, harmony, and cosmic order.