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The dedication of Global Partners to their cause impacts the world forever.  They

   serve as stewards of the earth      advance human consciousness      promote growth and healing      

  assist with the needs of its people      support  freedom

   protect the animal kingdom       educate in areas of human and spiritual potential


          Their efforts address the most important aspects of life:  consciousness, the environment, ecology, health, and the

          animal kingdom. 

  •                             They are the way-showers, pioneers, activists, and inventors of this century. 

  •                               Their joined efforts culminate in the betterment for all in all walks of life. 

  •                               They spearhead evolution in its highest form. 

         As Global Partners of OWM, their grassroots dedication to peace, healing, freedom, equality and love create a shift-

         momentum through group synergy via their association with one another and through One World Movement. 


         This interface is not only physical, but energetic, and therefore imperative in the planetary healing process.  It is

         known as A UNIFIED FIELD OF INTENT, creating a higher conscious upon the earth.  Please support their work. 


           One World Movement needs your service and your contribution

         If you are interested in establishing a field office in a foreign country, please contact us.


A complete list of Global Partners will be published soon.


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Roger Nelson, Director, Global Consciousness Project

Retired Professor, Princeton University

The Global Consciousness Project (GCP) is an international effort involving scientists and researchers from several institutions and countries, designed to explore whether the construct of interconnected
consciousness can be scientifically validated through objective measurement. The project builds on excellent experiments conducted over the past 40 years at a number of laboratories, demonstrating that human consciousness interacts with random event generators (REGs), apparently "causing" them to produce non-random patterns. A full description is given on the GCP website at

The Project looks at global-scale events that bring great numbers of us to a common focus and an unusual coherence of thought and feeling. It is, simply put, an effort to detect signs of a coalescing global consciousness. To do this we have created a world-spanning network of REG devices sensitive to
coherence and resonance in the mental domain. A useful analogy might be to think of it as something like a worldwide EEG, though the measures are informational, not electrical.

Continuous streams of data are sent over the internet to be archived and correlated with events that may evoke a world-wide consciousness.  Examples that appear to have done so include both peaceful gatherings and disasters: a few minutes around midnight on any New Years Eve, the first hour of NATO bombing in Yugoslavia, the Papal visit to Israel, a variety of global meditations, several major earthquakes, and the
attack of September 11, 2001, to name a few.

Teilhard de Chardin proposed that humans were to be the source and substance of a noosphere (a layer of intelligence for the earth). The Global Consciousness Project's research findings suggest that indeed we are able to measure effects that can be interpreted as manifestations of a global consciousness. The unexpected patterns we see in the data appear to be indicators of a relatively coherent response to events, producing something like a shared consciousness field. We speculate that such fields generated by individual consciousness would interact and combine, ultimately having a global presence that affects our instruments.

Consciousness, it appears, produces something that resembles, at least metaphorically, a non-local field of meaningful information. Interpretations of the GCP data can only be speculative at this point, but the results prompt us to be thoughtful about the deep interconnections we have with each other and with the earth.









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