The main and most important goal of our foundation is our struggle for cultural identity, the ability to protect it, and to ensure a dignified existence for its creators, including artists, thinkers, seekers, and all other connoisseurs of this cultural heritage.
Culture must strive to protect the living environment and all human beings, the valuable memory of our ancestors, their traditions, religious experience, and spiritual wisdom, and the heritage of art, architecture, and history.
But culture must also be protected. It should create a sufficiently successful environment for its connoisseurs, but must be kept clean and harmless, without any lies, fanaticism, political corruption, or the interference of colonialism.
To deem a scientific invention or method false, dangerous, or insufficient requires scientific doubt, conservative unacceptance, and philosophical criticism. As opposed to being a passive skeptical approach, this approach is characterized as dynamic and sientific at its core, for without skepticism and rejection, the furtherance of studies, tests, discoveries, or proofs would be blocked.
The Monument Museum of Native American Cultures serves in both the memory of the indigenous people of North America who suffered genocide and as an ode of joy and triumph for the beauty of their ancient art and culture.
The arts, religion, philosophy and science as spheres of human creativeness had intimate intellectual and spiritual relationships with one another for millenniums. The imagination, the way of perception, the cognition of the world, and the creative act itself were always in unity, while each still maintaining their distinctive language.
As part of Scholarly Research, ARC Prospect is developing online biographical publications of people who have made an incredibly positive impact on human life, culture, and history. Through their ambitious work, dedicated creativeness, and self-rejection, the world has received a revelation of beauty and truth that inspires us all today and brings hope.