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The exploration continues,
this time into outer space
Bernal Films will produce the Sci-Fi tetralogy "Rupturian", which has scenes in New York,
Guatemala ( Atitlán) y Mexico ( Chichén Itzá). Rupturian presents the idea that the
advanced knowledge that the Mayans had about the cosmos, was given to them by Kukulkan
(Quetzalcoatl), who was an advanced spirit that came to Earth from an extra terrestrial
civilization. There are scenes that present the native community from one of the towns
around the Atitilán Lake, at the present time, as well as from the Mayan world in their
splendor, in the area of Chichen Itza. The movie is in English, with dialogues in Spanish and
The mission of Bernal Foundation, is to create and maintain an emergency fund to provide financial aid to organizations that carry out preparedness and
relief programs for families affected by natural disasters (earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, etc) in the Caribbean region, including the Caribbean islands,
Mexico, Central America, Colombia, Venezuela and the Guianas (Las Guayanas: Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana and Amapa).
The role of Bernal Foundation is to financially support the activities of specialized disaster relief organizations in the public and prívate sector, that
distribute, monitor and ensure that emergency shelter packages and relief supplies (basic food items, tents, blankets, mattresses, plastic sheeting,
personal hygiene kits, work gloves, lanterns, kerosene, water jugs and water purification tablets, medicines, building materials, etc) reach beneficiaries in
an effective and timely manner.
Bernal Foundation’s efforts are carried via the Inter-American Commitee on Natural Disaster Reduction (IACNDR), of the OAS, as a vehicle to obtain
access to government authorities, and specialized disaster relief organizations in the prívate sector.
To support disaster relief programs requires large amounts of money in situations of emergency. The role of Bernal Foundation is to accumulate, from
grants and donations, funds for these situations of emergency. Bernal Foundation then provides financial aid to organizations specialized in preparing for
and providing physical, nutritional, medical and infrastructure support for relief in natural disasters.
As an example of the type of organization that Bernal Foundation aids financially, see CONRED from Guatemala:
|Profits from the purchase of books about the Rupturians,
are given as donations to Bernal Foundation
Natural disaster relief programs
Bernal Foundation commemorates the arrival to the American continent 500 years ago, in 1514, of Bernal Diaz del Castillo.
He wrote "The Truthful History of the Conquest of New Spain (Mexico)",
book of great historical importance,
because of its value as a direct source record of one of the most important events of our civilization.
The essential characteristic of Bernal Foundation is that in addition to grants and donations that may receive from the private and government sectors, it
will have a permanent source of income coming from Bernal Films and Bernal Express. These organizations will provide grants and donations to the
Foundation on a continuous basis.
Bernal Express will provide money remittance services, mainly to the Latin American community that resides in the USA.
Bernal Foundation also assists Central American migrants in the Mexican territory, and supports the foster homes provided by Bilingual Angels