A formidable opportunity has arisen from the complexities of turmoil and breakdowns
in the oil cartel, health cartel and agriculture cartel. All of the top
economists see turbulence with the rise in failing banks, busted brokerages, toppled
corporate giants, bankrupt cities, states in default, foreign creditors cashing out of US securities. Many corporate infrastructures, banks, city and state governments are in
the midst of financial collapse with swelling budget deficits, record trends in cutbacks with scaling down and cost cutting measure. Many CA employees are losing faith in the American dream
and losing hope with their employers as they are forced into early retirements, mandatory furloughs, job losses, higher
cost of living, decline in residential home values and rising unemployment rates.
World economists, financial market specialists, and think-tank economy
experts are all saying that community development projects and programs that foster
energy independence, self sustaining community living, community gardens, organic farming and alternative energy are
essential for transforming America's economic dependence into a new business paradigm. alternative
energy are essential for transforming America's economic dependence into a new business paradigm
TJU Acquires Deer Mountain
In March of 2007, Tinamit Junan Uleu (TJU) acquired the 1700 acres-- Deer Mountain™
land located in Montague, CA. TJU is developing Deer Mountain™ with its diverse and expansive business projects and programs into a branded intellectual property to be trademarked and marketed
making Deer Mountain an international icon of sustainable model of
spiritual land stewardship. Economic development and planning are underway for developing and launching Deer Mountain into a self-sustained
renewable green energy and integrated eco-community with a diverse range of programs & business projects.
TJU Connects People to the Natural & Spiritual World
Tinamit Junan Uleu Inc (TJU) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit CA spiritual institution and public charity established in
1996 to connect
people to the natural and the spiritual world and to bridge the wisdom of the Ancient
Ones so that diversity of life can flourish for future generations. Tinamit Junan Uleu's Mayan translation
is "Earth Peoples United." TJU) was created to develop new community models of
living by designing and building self-sustaining, renewable green energy,
integrated eco-communities that include a diverse range of integrated community
projects, programs and services. TJU serves as an educator, promoter, economic
developer to build participating consortiums, develop strategic partnerships, and create endowments to fund new sustainable
models for community living in spiritual land stewardship.
C. Deer Mountain Location
The land at Deer Mountain is located in the unincorporated
area of Montague, CA seven miles south of the Oregon border. Neighboring
Copco Lake, which was formed in 1917 by damming the Klamath River, there is a small subdivision of about 150 homes. Klamath River is a popular attraction for fishing and whitewater rafting. The property contains two historic cabin
sites predating 1884 and one home site that includes a barn and a shed.
D. Deer Mountain Land Description
Set amidst beautiful trees with diverse ecosystems
that include an abundance of Oaks, Junipers, Incense Cedars, and Ponderosa Pines, Deer Mountain encompasses 1700 acres of spectacular views of mountains
meadows, wooded areas, creeks, springs and scenic views of Copco Lake and the Klamath River. Deer
Mountain land is zoned as an agricultural property, ranging in elevation from 2,600 to 4,000 feet. The land is very unique in its biodiversity with multiple influences from the eastern desert, Cascades Range's
basalt and lava flows, and the Siskiyou Crest-- a unique mountain range running eastwest serving as a biological corridor
for plants & animals throughout the Pacific Northwest. Deer Mountain is the ideal site for reconnecting with nature where
it is already inhabited by many of our relatives-- bears, cougars, coyotes,
bobcats, foxes, squirrels and birds, including bald and golden eagles.
E. Deer Mountain History of the Land
Deer Mountain land is rich in history from the diverse cultures that lived, hunted
and traveled through-out the fertile valley.
The Shasta and Modoc Indians hunted elk, antelope, and deer and navigated on
Deer Mountain with its plentiful creeks, springs and abundant wildlife. Neighboring Pilot Rock, which can be seen from Deer Mountain was the guiding stone to help people find their way from one valley to the other. This was an abundant and sustainable area for the band of the Shasta who
had their village center which is is now Iron Gate Reservoir.
legends say that you could see miles and miles of fish racks and plants drying, all up and down the creeks and the rivers. The Shasta Indian women were gatherers, and used ceremonial fires to ensure good harvests of acorns and Camus (a type of edible lily), as well as a way to keep the forests
healthy. Ceremonies were regularly held to ensure healthy relationships
with the plants and animals that the people depended on. In 1994, an
ancient Salmon ceremony was brought back by a Shasta tribal
elder of the Applegate River area. The following year, Fish & Game Department official counted more salmon than there have ever been in recorded history.
F. Deer Mountain Watershed
Deer Mountain owns the riparian
water rights on the land. It is part of the watershed of the Klamath River.
This sacred land holds the incredible gift
of springs, creeks and aquifers that hold the source of Life-- "Water." There
is a major green movement with Federal and County funding to preserve and to clean up
and restore the Klamath River due to its unique biodiversity.
Tinamit Junan Uleu (TJU) also owns, Patziapa, a Ceremonial & Healing Center in Lake Atitlan, Guatemala which was purchased in May, 2007. Patziapa serves as a unique spiritual business model to integrate ceremonial & teaching centers,
organic food and medicine gardens, green energy and sustained living technologies, indigenous knowledge, spiritual retreats
and conference events that bring people all over the world to share indigenous
traditions, world cultures, music, art, dance and language. TJU will use its success strategies, worldwide network marketing,
inventions & intellectual properties to brand Deer Mountain and its Business Projects into an international icon.
Deer Mountain is designed & constructed to operate as an educational organization for other communities
worldwide to learn its unique eco-community business projects serving as a model in the engineering, construction, management,
operations and administration systems. Deer Mountain is expanding its worldwide network with strategic partners
to participate in a new sustainable living programs that working harmony with the nature and the earth with its inhabitants.
TJU is positioning Deer Mountain and its
Eco-Community Business Projects as a train- ing and retreat center with many programs
attracting an international clientele. TJU is bridging the latest sciences and technologies in organic agriculture farming, ranching animal husbandry,
green houses and eco-village design systems with indigenous knowledge of elders from
nations all over the world.
Workshops, seminars, program curriculums, youth camps, conference retreat events are
produced in collaboration with a diverse consortium of strategic alliances in various green agricultural practices, green
building, and alternative energy programs. TJU has created indigenous affiliations with a vast international network
of tribal elders, wisdom keepers, spiritual leaders and elder councils from nations all over the world. Promoting, teaching and protecting the indigenous wisdom teachings and integrating this knowledge with self sustaining eco-community living has enabled TJU to develop, and expand its intellectual
properties with the interest of global strategic partners. and expand
its intellectual properties with the interest of global strategic partners.
continually developing & expanding new strategic partnerships, alliances and is forming consortiums with green
energy construction companies, green energy engineers, eco-system experts, watershed
boards, water management consultants, permaculture experts, biofarming consultants, green building councils, alternative energy manufactures and distributors, green energy lobbyists and educators, green
building developers, county and state municipal departments, utility energy providers, and a large international network of indigenous elders, councils and wisdom keepers. and a large international network of indigenous elders, councils and wisdom
keepers.and a large international network of indigenous elders, councils and wisdom keepers.
TJU serves as a resource and educational center for developing and expanding green energy projects in its network
of strategic alliances and working with the top visionary and maverick leaders
in the green energy industry. Deer Mountain's intellectual properties are
designed, operated and marketed to construct new business models in its innovative Deer Mountain eco-system business
projects that include:
1. DM Hydro-Electric Plants
2. DM Shop/Barns
3. DM Organic Farm
4. DM Horse & Cattle Ranch
5. DM Green House Farming
6. DM Animal Husbandry
7. DM Indigenous Ceremonial Ctr
8. DM Fish Hatchery/Ponds
9. DM Green House Eco-Village 1
10. DM Honey Bee
DM Home Association Eco Village 2
12. DM Seed Bank
13. DM Youth Camps
DM Fruit Orchard
15. DM Rangeland Conservancy
16. DM 8 Dome Spiritual Center
DM General Store
18. DM Fruit Stand
DM Natural Resources
20. DM Event Catering