take our civilisation out of the deadlock of self-destruction;
provide for a future without wars, conflicts, violence, and hunger;
ensure decent life for people all over the world and eliminate fear for the present and the future;
bring modern society to a new level of unity and peaceful development of civilisation in all spheres of life?
The Creative Society project is a cause of all people. This is why participants themselves implement this initiative. Participants of the Creative Society project represent general public. These people advocate implementing the eight Foundations of the Creative Society in all countries of the world for the benefit of all people. Read more about the stages of building the Creative Society in the article Foundations and Stages for Building the Creative Society.
In many cultures of the world, the number 8 is a symbol of perfection, order, and completeness.
It is the beginning of a new period, a new cycle, renewal, and rebirth.
A symbol of love, abundance and prosperity, reliability brought to perfection.
Number eight in a horizontal position forms a sign of infinity which oppositions to the concept of finite. The Eight is a sacral number in many traditions of the world.
In the context of the Creative Society project logo, the eight symbolizes the 8 foundations of the Creative Society, reliable foundations on which the world of harmony and justice is built.
The symbol of triangle has multiple meanings, among the main of them are: life, mountain, upward momentum, prosperity.
The triangle plays a key role almost in all religious traditions of the world, embodying a higher power.
The triangle represents the symbolic meaning of number 3.
The triangle facing upward is a symbol of truth, wisdom, stability. The symbolism of a triangle corresponds to a principle of ascension to the point of Unity.
In the context of the Creative Society, the triangle symbolizes the ascent to a new stage, a stage of human unity, prosperity, and continual development of each person, improving the quality of his life.
In the world’s cultural traditions, the circle embodies life, completeness, unity, highest perfection, and continuous movement. All points on the line of the circle are equivalent.
The circle as one of the most significant mythopoetic symbols, which contains the concepts of omniscience, invisible principle of creation, unity, and integrity. Since ancient times, the symbolic meaning of the circle is associated with the sun, light, and sky.
Clockwise movement symbolizes the evolutionary process, creation and development, life, goodness, and prosperity. In an artistic composition, the movement from left to right symbolizes movement into the future.
In the context of the Creative Society, a circle with an arrow pointing up represents a united upward movement of mankind towards a perfect Ideal Society of free people.