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bruce_perlowinSpread Peace Radio featured renowned philanthropist and leader in the industrial hemp industry, Bruce Perlowin, CEO of Hemp, Inc. (OTC: HEMP), has announced his plans to fund and build a 500-acre Kins Domain in Arizona.

During the talk radio interview, broadcasted last week, Perlowin enlightened listeners on what initially inspired him to create self-sustainable communities and the social-economic benefits Kins Domains provide. Inspired by the book series “The Ringing Cedars Of Russia,” this 500-acre Kins Domain “Project” encompasses one 2 1/2 acre (one hectare) lot, surrounded by a living fence, trees (2/3), a pond, organic gardens and fruit trees, a natural beehive, a family tree that stays on the Kins Domain for future generations and an all-green home to create a high frequency, natural energy microclimate.

Completely sustainable and off-the-grid, Perlowin’s 500-acre Kins Domain Community is set to use the latest technologies for windmill, solar and water wheel tower power and the best sustainably harvested wood provided exclusively by NorthCal wood products.

Perlowin has also enlisted Frank Vanvranken, President/CEO of North Cal and Dwight Jory, a real estate developer (Gold Mountain Ranch) and Director with Keepers of the Wild, a wild life sanctuary for large cats and big-hoofed animals, that is planning an 1,800 wildlife sanctuary on 4,000 acres adjacent to the 500 acres.

Frank Vanvranken’s (SIC) company, NorthCal Wood Products, is a premier reclaimed woods company that offers a large selection of recycled woods. Their specialty woods include reclaimed Redwood, Douglas Fir, and Western Red Cedar. Moreover, Dwight Jory has spent years researching the latest technologies in the construction and utility fields and brings to the table the resources and ability to assist in building a quality, durable, and sustainable living community in this pristine environment.

Intrigued listeners to the radio interview were curious as to how they could build a Kins Domain which led to another one of Perlowin’s projects – the “Benefactors Of Humanity” (www.BenefactorsOfHumanity.com). Here, anyone can watch a series of videos to become educated on Kins Domains, permaculture and other related projects and create an income in part by manufacturing hemp products for Hemp, Inc. (OTC: HEMP) such as the “Hidden Treasures Hemp Gemstone Candles” which are sold by Hemp, Inc. and a fundraiser for Patch Adams “Project” building a free hospital in West Virginia (www.SupportPatchAdams.com).

Perlowin has indeed “Reversed Engineered The Economics Of Education.” Perlowin said, “I am the funding mechanism for people who are going to change world.” The vehicle used? iWowWe… a network marketing company whereby affiliates can create a residual income. Perlowin, and groups of other investors, have already invested and plan to buy 5,000 positions a month to benefactor people in or “Pay It Forward” with the ultimate goal for people to “live their life totally unencumbered by economics” while allowing to live a life driven by their personal passions.” In fact, the “Benefactors of Humanity” has spread like wildfire with many other Benefactors besides Perlowin. Learn more about the “Benefactors of Humanity” and how to help fund their various “Projects.” See “Projects” and “Songs.”

Bruce Perlowin’s 500-acre Kins Domain Community will also be a free home for veterans as part of the “new economic paradigm” and there are also plans for a Patch Adams free hospital. Set to change the world and heal the planet, Perlowin’s “Quantum Economic” leap into 2013 is already proving to be quite a success and is laying a strong foundation toward solving some of the world’s socio-economic problems such as starvation, homelessness, veteran issues, underpaid teachers, firemen, police (good pay creates good police), and “Others.” At the same time, Perlowin demonstrates that a public company can do these kinds of acts and make a huge profit at the same time or, according to CEO Perlowin, “Those who give the most earn the most in a new economic paradigm that is now operating in the world today.”

To listen to the radio interview, visit www.spreadpeace.org.

Hemp, Inc.’s TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE

Hemp, Inc. (OTC: HEMP) seeks to benefit many constituencies, not exploit or endanger any group of them. Thus, the publicly-traded company believes in “upstreaming” of a portion of profit from the marketing of their finished hemp goods back to its originator. By Hemp, Inc. focusing on comprehensive investment results–that is, with respect to performance along the interrelated dimensions of people, planet, and profits–our triple bottom line approach can be an important tool to support sustainability goals.

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18 Responses to “New homes for pot-growers”

  1. henry guglielmin

    needing handy man in bc Canada hunting and fishing resort

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  2. Wayne Firestone

    I just found your post. I would like to be involved. I would like to know more about your end goals in regards to this project and how i can fit in as a pillar of the comunity. Me and and my wife have extensive skills. I have been a Contractor for 35 years, 4th generation in the building industry. I have extensive experience in all phases of construction, farming livestock & food. I can build anything. I can fix most anything. I have NOT met a challenge I could overcome. Please contact me about Tenn.
    Wayne & Svetlana

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  3. Peacewings

    I have been looking into property in AZ to build off the grid.
    If you have any need of extra labor hands… Please contact me.
    Kelly

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  4. Guncha

    I would love to learn about this opportunity more.I love the idea( started reading book in Russian language), and would love to participate.

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  5. Dayna

    I would be thrilled to involved in a project like this!! Let me know how I can be a part of this project?

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  6. Jessie

    Someone contact me on information on this or similar situations.

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  7. Andrew Logan

    I would also like to obtain more information about this community.

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  8. Jonathan

    Hello, I am very interested in joining in a project like this myself. I have read all of the Ringing Cedars books multiple times and have been inspired by bringing this vision to America. My girlfriend and I are involved in the holistic health field and I have a background in permaculture. Any more information about the community is much appreciated. Be well.

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  9. Sherry

    I am interested in this project also. I am disabled but able-minded and can do something worthwhile, still! I’m so tired of being “stuck”..I want to take care of myself, off the grid and help in any way I can

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  10. Dee

    I am very interested in this project and would like to learn more about how to become a part of it.

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  11. robert

    Would like to be a part of this. How do I apply to go live/work there?

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  12. Gail S.

    I have read all 9 of Vladimere Megre’s books-The Ringing Cedars of Russia and I am looking to be a part of a Kins Domain somplace, and get it started for my children. I am 60, still very able of body and mind as well as an herbalist and therapeutic massage therapist. My first trade was carpentry and painting, and I garden every chance I get. I would love to hear more about this domain.

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  13. tamara

    Hello,
    We are in the process of selling our property and living in AZ at least part of the year. WE would love more information regarding this endeavor and how we would contribute and become part of the community.

    Thank you,
    Tamara

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  14. Iska

    I would also like to obtain more information about this community.

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  15. Lili

    How do I obtain more information about co-creating within Kins Domain community in Arizona?

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  16. Jhartley

    I would love to be apart of this co-exsisting peaceful society.

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  17. Curtis James

    Hello, my name is Curtis and I live in Northern California with my wife Savannah. We have a passion for earth, sustainability, plants, healing, music and creativity. We volunteer at a farm and ecology center in Occidental, ca and have our own small garden space. We have high intentions of buying land to connect with nature, be self reliant, employ permaculture lifestyle, and create a space of love to heal the land and others. I am very interested in this article! Please respond with more information
    Thank you,
    Curtis

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  18. Betty Lenora

    I am thrilled that this community is manifesting in the US and I would love to be in on this groundbreaking return to our pristine origins!

    Reply

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