Thursday, November 1st to Sunday, November 4th 2018
Maritim Hotel, Ulm, Germany

Our 25th Anniversary Congress will show you what we, as a World Organism, can do—together—to make this world a better place. We show you where in your life you can do something for yourself, an intelligent and active person, taking matters in your own hands, and with a feeling of responsibility towards life. This not only for yourself, but causing thus positive effects in others and your environment. You might not see at first that even for you, just one of the 7,524 Billion people—and steadily waxing—living on this Earth, it is important that you learn to re-behave and re-think the way we live. But the question you must ask yourself if you do think like this, who otherwise?

So you see, we shall yet again give you food for thought to motivate you into implementing much of what you hear and can learn during these three days in your own life. You will learn that it takes very little in fact to cause a great impact. We present you with behind-the-scenes goings-on to trigger in you a new way of looking at life and for you, as a forward looking smart person to accept and above all adopt practical ways to solutions in your daily life. We shall give you answers to questions you probably never knew you had.

This will allow you to go home at the end of the Congress with new vistas and renewed hope that there is indeed much we all can do in our own lives in order to help our Schoolroom Earth become a more healthy Planet. Not only will we profit directly from our forward-thinking attitude, but we can so leave a healthy legacy for those who come after us. To This End we have again invited a circle of Professionals to teach and present you with the most pressing issues that need our attention more than anything at this time. Come to learn what you can do to make a difference!

Thursday, November 1st, 2018 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Opening Keynote Address


All Life Is Electromagnetic!

Man is an electromagnetic living being, perceiving his electromagnetic environment in an electromagnetic way and communicating with it. Bioelectricity is the foundation of all life. When it gets out of balance or is extinguished completely, then life is extinguished, too. Our lives are affected ever more strongly by devices using technically generated electromagnetic radiation to dominate us with ever more unnecessary information. Man and man alone determines when to actively give Nature what she needs to be back in balance!

Marcel Hofmann earned a Masters of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the Northeastern University in Boston, USA. Before that he had completed an apprenticeship as an electrician. After first practical experiences in the field of mobile communications, he started to take an interest in the effects of electromagnetic radiation. For more than a decade he has conducted electrobiological measurements and informs people on the effects of the electronic gadgets and appliances that are in daily use.

Marcel Hofmann, MSEE, Utzigen, Switzerland


Friday, November 2nd, 2018 from 9:00 am – 6:30 pm

Social Media—Is it Really?

Man is a social being by his very nature, and most of us thrive better when we cultivate friendships. These days, however, with the ‘social media’ frenzy having become so popular worldwide and inundating our lives in a sick way, the Social Media have silently replaced the satisfaction of the need for a sense of belonging—so it appears. But under no circumstances can these virtual relationships replace the direct human contact. All social media interfere profoundly with our lives. Gradually, our natural perception of life is fading and our discernment contaminated, disconnecting the users from the authentic, real life to give precedence to the unnatural, unhealthy virtual reality.

Isabelle Seiler worked with children and adolescents from different backgrounds prior to receiving her first degree in social work at the University of Applied Sciences in Cologne, Germany. She now works as a teacher in Central Switzerland having completed her education as a primary school teacher at the Lucerne Teacher Training University.
David Seiler has worked for twelve years in a Swiss publishing house for which he writes articles primarily about health topics. Having grown up as a so-called “Digital Native”, he has studied the subject of Social Media intensely for many years and gives lectures about it.

David Seiler, Editorial Journalist, Neuheim, Switzerland

Isabelle Seiler, Teacher and Social Worker, Neuheim, Switzerland


Addiction and How it Develops

Although addictions can differ considerably, from alcohol and drugs, to internet addiction, one can still find common roots. From a biological as well as a psycho-social point of view, there are factors supporting the development of addiction and those protecting against it. Only an understanding of these factors enables us to prevent addictive disorders or to care adequately for those persons concerned.

Addiction—Treatment and Prevention

Be it gaming, pornography, cigarettes or drugs: Our body always follows the same pattern.
By means of case examples from his clinical practice the speaker explains how to prevent addictive disorders and how they can be treated.

Chief physician Dr. Kurosch Yazdi, born in 1976, is a specialist in psychiatry and a psychotherapist. A native Iranian, he studied medicine in Vienna and finished his specialist medical training in Salzburg. Since 2012 he has been director of the Department of Psychiatry specialising in Addiction Medicine at the Kepler University hospital in Linz, Austria.

Chief Physician Dr. Kurosch Yazdi, MD, Linz, Austria


Love or Sex?—The Power of Creation

The lack of the true understanding of the meaning of sex is the cause for the increasing disintegration of today’s society. Sex, or more appropriately, sexual intercourse between a man and a woman, strictly, is, however, inevitable to secure man’s procreation and further existence on Earth. Unhealthy sexual practices and promiscuous relationships control the lives of those who are immersed in this immoral and unhealthy lifestyle and affects adversely the way they live, think and feel.

As a father of six children, naturopath with more than 30 years of experience and ordained priest, The Very Rev. Dean em. Paul Probst, SF, holds an immense treasure trove of experience and knowledge, making him the right person to lead The World Foundation for Natural Science as its European President and to convey to people the relationship between natural science and religion.

The Very Reverend Dean em. Paul Probst, SF
European President,
The World Foundation
for Natural Science,
Lucerne, Switzerland


Saturday, November 3rd, 2018 from 9:00 am – 6:30 pm

Sugar—The Sweet Addiction

Sugar is just as much an addictive factor as it is food, and has deep-reaching consequences for a healthy life. Many lifestyle diseases, from diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, arteriosclerosis, chronic inflammation, higher susceptibility to infections, to cancer, obesity and metabolic disorders, are associated with the enormous consumption of carbohydrates and sugar. The answer to satisfy a sweet tooth is simple and easy, and is being presented to you here.

Lukas Waldmann is a Swiss certified Naturopath TEN (Traditional European Naturopathy). He has been working in his own practice with the focus on alternative medicine for eighteen years. He has acquired an extensive knowledge in a number of fields: natural dietary supplements, metabolism therapy and bioresonance.

Lukas Waldmann, Swiss Certified Naturopath TEN (Traditional European Naturopathy), Rotkreuz, Switzerland


The targeted immoral ‘re-programming’ of Society’s Mind by the smoking industry

More than 6 million deaths per year worldwide are caused by smoking, despite its noxious effects being well-known. This number of preventable deaths worldwide is on the rise daily, as smoking is recklessly promoted in Third World Countries, Asia and is rampant in schools of all levels. In some wealthier nations, tobacco smoking has recently seen a slight decline, but now electronic smoking is positioning itself to justify smoking once again. Electronic cigarettes and heat-not-burn tobacco devices are being promoted to be up to 95% safer than tobacco. Devil in disguise?!

Dr. Karl Cox, PhD, finished his first studies with a degree in history. After that he taught English in Budapest and Madrid and graduated with a PhD in Computer Science in 2002 from Bournemouth University, UK. Since then he has published over 80 scientific articles in this field. In recent years his main research interests include the genetic manipulation of food as well as the dangers of e-cigarettes and heat-not-burn tobacco devices. Dr Cox currently lectures at the University of Brighton, UK, in the field of IT.

Dr. Karl Cox, PhD, University of Brighton, England


Urban Agriculture—Myth or Reality?

Urban Agriculture is giving us the answers to nourish ourselves with healthy, organic, GMO and GE free produce, free of pesticides and other agro-toxins otherwise contained without exception in our foods bought at the supermarkets and even the grocer. The individual citizen, who decides to have his own little allotment wherever he lives, not only develops a more direct relationship with Nature and begins to appreciate Nature in a new way, but he can grow up to 20 Kg of produce yearly on a patch as small as one square metre. Additionally, urban farming is far more economic, opposed to big agro production. Without a doubt, Urban Agriculture is a way of life to be seriously considered and highly recommended for a healthier life.

José Ernesto De Almeida Molina holds degrees as an agricultural engineer and Master of Agricultural Production from the Agrarian National University La Molina in Lima, Peru, specializing in sustainability and organic agriculture. His 40-year-long professional experience has been with universities, municipalities, NGOs, private entities and social organizations. He is also general manager of the private company Madre Tierra SAC, dedicated to promoting natural agriculture.

José Ernesto de Almeida Molina, Dipl. Agricultural Engineer, Lima, Peru


Man’s Health greatly influences the Health of our Animals—part I

True healing requires promoting and maintaining, whenever possible, a balanced life in body, mind, soul, emotions and feelings. Because of the close relationship between the two species—man and animal—it is therefore equally important that we look after our animal friends the same way we should care for our own lives and health. And to achieve and maintain health in us, man needs to first ‘heal’ himself the holistic way, and then to give our animals the same attention and care. Everything we think, feel and do affects our animals equally, simply because everything in life is connected. The inescapable conclusion therefore is to do everything we possibly can to keep our lives in balance!

Dr. med. vet. Andreas Roesti, Wimmis, Switzerland


Sunday, November 4th, 2018 from 9:30 am – 1:00 pm

Man’s Health greatly influences the Health of our Animals—part II

Following on from the Presentation of Saturday afternoon, we give you practical demonstrations and applications on some of our canine friends f.e., to further the understanding of this important Subject if we want to establish and keep a healthy relationship between man and animal. More often than not, these animals are the object of our affection, and therefore our animal friends deserve not only the best, but at least what we ourselves have access to and can apply for a healthy life.

Dr. med. vet. Andreas Roesti, born on March 12th, 1945 in Wimmis, Switzerland, received his PhD in 1974 in Berne. For three years he had his own private practice at the edge of the Kalahari desert, South Africa. Since 1985, together with his wife, he has run his own mixed practice for man and animal in Wimmis specialising in interference field diagnostics and interference field therapy. Dr Roesti´s further studies include diverse complementary healing methods, especially the controlled ear and body acupuncture. From 2004 to 2007 he was the veterinarian in charge of the Healthbalance Animal Health Centre in Uzwil, Switzerland.He is also a certified lecturer at the German Academy for Acupuncture and Auricularmedicine.

Dr. med. vet. Andreas Roesti, Wimmis, Switzerland


Our Vision and Commitment for a Healthy Planet
The Natural Way!

Our Responsibility towards a healthy Planet
Conclusion of our 2018 Anniversary Congress!


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Congress Schedule

Thursday, November 1st 20187:00 pm to 9:00 pmstarting 3:00 pm to 6:45 pm
Friday, November 2nd 20189:00 am to 6:30 pmstarting 8:00 am to 8:45 am
Saturday, November 3rd 20189:00 am to 6:30 pmstarting 8:00 am to 8:45 am
Sunday, November 4th 20189:30 am to 1:00 pm



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