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Membership Agreement

This is a Private Membership Agreement, hereinafter referred to as “Agreement.” By ticking the box on checkout, you agree to the terms and conditions of this agreement herewith.


THE WILDLY REPLENISHED WOMAN (the “Association”), a private membership association - an integrated auxiliary of the Disciples of Healing Ministry, governed by Divine Love, answering to the Creator, Light, Universe and God, an unorganised, unincorporated, Non tax exempt and as a New Testament Church.


(“Member”), a living, breathing, sentient being of love, child of Mother Earth, Father Sky, Creator, Universe, God without Australia, who is of the age of majority and discretion and is of sound mind.  


For and in consideration of the mutual promises and covenants herein, the Parties to this Agreement do hereby represent, warrant, affirm and agree as follows:  



Member is of the age of majority and discretion, is of sound mind, is of sufficient intellect and reasoning to understand both the terms of the Agreement and their significance, and has full legal capacity to enter into a binding contract and to assume the rights and obligations set out in this Agreement. 



The Association is a private member association that operates under Divine/Universe/Pure Love/God’s law and is intended to be maintained and operated exclusively in private and outside of any public forum. We do not engage the public forum in any way. To the extent that we offer any thing outside of membership, it is exclusively as a charitable offering in keeping with our administration to the world. The Member will strive in good faith to maintain the private nature of the Association, its members, its mission, and its collective efforts, including by honouring and adhering in good faith to the terms of the Non-Disclosure Addendum of this Agreement, below. 



In good conscience and in good faith, without objection, Member hereby adopts and agrees to the stated philosophy, principles and beliefs reflected in the following Mission Statement of the WILDLY REPLENISHED WOMAN ASSOCIATION: 


We are a private member association of men and women of faith in Divine Love, the Creator, Universe, God, Light and strong moral principles. We affirm that all of our rights including the right to life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness, and the freedom of assembly are Divine/God-given. We assemble as a private community of like-minded men and women standing peaceably to protect and enforce the natural inalienable and unalienable rights afforded to us by Mother Earth, Father Sky, Universe and Nature’s Creator and God. Mark 4:11 states that it is given to us to know the mystery of the kingdom, which mystery we interpret to be our freedom as heirs to the kingdom. 


We believe that as beautiful humans we are beings of love. We are part of the breathing body of the earth. We are nature. We are part of the dream of Mother Earth, ancient, renewed, activated love- and light force. We acknowledge that the Holy Bible is an authoritative source of most systems of law in the modern world, hence, key to securing our rights and freedoms. We do not espouse any religion or form of spiritual practice, nor do we proselytize. We live by the two great commandments from which all law emanates: to love the Divine/God with all our heart, soul and mind, and to love our neighbour as ourselves. We fulfil these tenets by seeing the Divine in every human being and thus offer acts of love, kindness, and service with honour, dignity and respect to our fellow man, woman and child. We are not at war. We strive always to be at peace with all beautiful beings of love, without compromise to our divine inheritance in fee simple absolute. What does this mean?



The Association models its administration, philosophy, methodology, protocols and procedures applying on the one hand ancient principles knowing that we are of the earth, part of the breathing body of the earth and therefore we are Divine beings of love and light connected also to sky or consciousness. We also acknowledge the principles of Christianity as founded in the Holy Bible (including the 1611 King James version) on the basis of their almost universal application to the world systems of law and governance. The Association does not endorse religion. It applies ancient principle mentioned in many religions and spiritual paths and also in the Bible without prejudice to any religion or spiritual practices, or the absence thereof. The Association operates from the premise that the Bible is the authoritative source of most systems of law in the modern world and our divine inheritance as heirs to the kingdom of God. Just as the Bible has been used as the foundation of the world systems that enslave the masses, it also contains the wisdom to unlock the mystery of the kingdom. Member hereby, in good conscience and in good faith, without objection, expressly adopts and agrees to the Association’s philosophy and methodology as set out in the Mission Statement in Paragraph 3, above, and in this Paragraph 4. 



Member shall be entitled to all the benefits and privileges of membership in the Association so long as Member shall maintain good standing, desires to contribute in different ways including any monthly or yearly membership contributions continued adherence to, and living and walking in accord with the stated intent and spirit of the Association Mission Statement (¶ 3 above) and the Philosophy and Methodology (¶ 4 above), and adherence otherwise to all terms of this Agreement, including the Non-Disclosure Agreement Addendum herein below. Membership shall not extend to family members above the age of eighteen (18), who shall be required to become members subject to the terms of their own agreement themselves. Member affirms and agrees that failure to make the suggested minimum monthly membership donations (if applicable) in a timely manner for a period of three (3) months or more may subject the member to termination at the absolute and exclusive discretion of the Association. Member further affirms and agrees that any conduct that is, within the absolute and exclusive discretion and determination of the Association, discordant or out of step with the principles and terms the Association Mission Statement (¶ 3 above) and the Philosophy and Methodology (¶ 4 above), or that constitutes other material breach of this Agreement may result in immediate termination of membership. No action or inaction on the part of the Association under this provision shall constitute waiver of the Association’s right to exercise its rights and duties under this provision at any time within its absolute and exclusive discretion.  



This Membership Agreement shall continue until terminated by either Party in writing. This Agreement will also terminate upon death of the Member or upon the discontinuance or dissolution of the Association, without prejudice to either party. 


7. MEMBERSHIP monetary contributions 

Member may be invited in the future to freely contribute to the Association on a monthly basis to continue and thus be entitled to receive basic Membership Benefits. For further contributions, member may receive other Association-branded proprietary documents, protocols or offerings made available to members only. Suggested minimum monthly membership donations are due monthly on the date of first enrolment. 



Member shall be entitled to use of Association-branded proprietary documents, logos, symbols, templates, protocols, procedures, written resources and other Association-branded written work product (collectively, “Written Work Product”) provided as a service to members only, including limited authorization to use the Association name and logo, Seal of Business/Organisation Name Association – Member in Good Standing, the intellectual property represented in and by the written documents and resources, and other Written Work Product. Member affirms and agrees to use such Written Work Product in honour, in good faith, and in keeping with the principles and the philosophy of the Association.



When specified by the Association in any written instructions, Member shall use Written Work Product only in the original form provided without editing, modifying, altering, adding to, eliminating from, combining or merging or splicing with the written work product of others, or in any other way changing or diluting (collectively, “Diluting” or “Dilution”) the Written Work Product of the Association. Any Dilution of Association Written Work Product may alter its intended purpose and effectiveness and is strictly prohibited. Any Diluting of the Written Work Product may not be done in the name of the Association or with the use of the Association logos, symbols or seals. The Association does not and will not back or support any Member in the event of any use of its Written Work Product contrary to the terms of this provision, and such use is strictly prohibited. Any such use is done at Member’s own risk without prejudice or liability to the Association. Such unauthorized use also constitutes a material breach of this Agreement and grounds for immediate termination of membership. 



Member agrees not to distribute, forward, disseminate, rent, sublet, post, publish, broadcast, redistribute, sell, share, timeshare or otherwise disclose the Association’s Written Work Product in any manner or in any media not contemplated by this Agreement or otherwise authorized by express written consent. The Association reserves the right, under its own absolute and exclusive discretion, to consent or withhold consent on a case-by-case and issue-by-issue basis without regard to other factors or prior consent provided to other members or relating to other Written Work Product. No action or inaction on the part of the Association under this provision shall constitute waiver of the Association’s right to exercise its rights and duties under this provision at any time within its absolute and exclusive discretion. 



Some Membership Services may be provided by third parties. The Association does not represent nor govern nor shall be held liable for the actions of any third-Party regarding their services.  



Member agrees to hold the Association, its owners, trustees, representatives and staff harmless against any and all liability for any unintentional harm that may occur during membership and arising out of Member’s use of Association Written Work Product, services or other benefits of membership, except for harm resulting from gross negligence or intentional misconduct on the part of the Association. Member expressly and in good faith agrees to and affirms, without objection, the Association’s protocol of handling any disputes with the Association directly as private Association business (“In-House Dispute Resolution”), without resorting to public or pseudo-public courts, administrative bodies, or other public forums. In-House Dispute Resolution shall be limited to the following two phases:   


Member will present the matter in dispute to the attention of the Association in writing affirming and attesting to the nature of the dispute, the description of the claimed harm to the Member, and a description of the Member’s desired peaceable resolution, giving the Association reasonable time of no less than 21 calendar days to respond, and allowing for continued deliberation and reasoned and peaceable dialogue on the issue until the matter may be resolved to the satisfaction of both Parties.  


If the dispute is not resolved, Member may request in writing a mediation by a three-member council to include one trustee or other authorized representative of the Association, a fellow member in the Association selected by the Member, and a third neutral member in the Association selected by mutual agreement of the Parties. The mediation may be conducted in person, remotely or telephonically with the objective of arriving at a peaceable and mutually acceptable resolution between the Parties, with ultimate authority to resolve the dispute by majority vote of the three-member council, which shall be binding on the Parties. 


Arbitration Clause

If a dispute arises out of or relates to this contract, or the breach thereof, and if the dispute cannot be settled through negotiation, the parties agree first to try in good faith to settle the dispute by mediation administered by Peacemaker Equity under the Peacemaker Equity Rules before resorting to arbitration. ‍


The mediation will be conducted in person at a specified location or via video conference or phone call and all documentation/evidence relating to the dispute and any negotiation which has taken place is to be provided via email to [email protected] at least 7 days before the mediation can commence.


The parties agree to waive their right to sue or litigate in any public court and agree to try in good faith for to informally resolve any dispute via negotiation and mediation for at least 30 days before starting arbitration.

A party who intends to seek arbitration must first engage a mediation session conducted by Peacemaker Equity. If the mediation process is unsuccessful and arbitration is required, the party seeking arbitration must send the other parties a written notice with a detailed explanation of the dispute, its basis and the relief sought with an accompanying affidavit.

If you want to send such a notice to Peacemaker Equity, send it to [email protected].

‍If we want to send such a notice to you, we will send it to the email address associated with your account or to the email address requested.

‍If the parties do not reach an agreement to resolve the dispute via negotiation or mediation within 30 days after the date the notice was sent, then the parties may start arbitration as described below.

The parties agree that Peacemaker Equity administer the arbitration, and the arbitration will be governed by the principles of equity contained in the Bible.

The rules and principles for the Peacemaker Equity arbitration process are found at http://peacemakerequity.com. The arbitrator is bound by these rules and principles. The arbitration will be conducted via video conference, in person or by phone call.

All documentation/evidence is to be provided to [email protected] and the parties agree that the arbitrator’s judgement will be final and enforceable under applicable law, and judgment may be entered upon it in any court with jurisdiction.

The arbitration costs will be shared between all parties, according to the Peacemaker Equity Rules.

The parties agree that if they are unhappy with the outcome of the arbitration, they can appeal the decision to a jury of twelve which will be conducted via video conference, in person or by phone call, with all documentation/evidence to be provided to [email protected]

A jury trial will follow the same rules and principles as an arbitration. The judgement will be made in consideration of all available evidence and in accordance with the principles of equity contained in the Bible. 

If you do not want to be bound by this binding arbitration provision, you must inform Peacemaker Equity within 7days of the date that you first accepted these terms by agreeing to this clause. A written notification must be sent to [email protected] with your name address, username, and a clear statement that you do not want to resolve disputes with us through the Peacemaker Equity arbitration process. 

As part of the In-House Dispute Resolution protocol, Member expressly and in good faith, without objection, hereby forever and irrevocably waives any and all rights to resolve any dispute with the Association outside of this stated protocol and in any public or pseudo-public court, administrative process, or other public or pseudo-public forum.  



Each Party agrees to defend, indemnify, and hold harmless the other Party and its officers, trustees, representatives, agents, affiliates, and employees from any and all third party claims, demands, liabilities, costs and expenses, including reasonable attorney fees, costs and expenses resulting from the indemnifying party’s material breach of any duty, representation, or warranty under this Agreement. 



Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed as a contract for legal or professional services or advice regarding taxation and tax planning, accounting, investments, financing, banking, insurance, litigation or litigation avoidance, estate planning or other similar professional or expert advice. It is Member’s exclusive and non-delegable due diligence responsibility to thoughtfully review and consider the terms of this Agreement as well as any Written Work Product or services offered or contemplated under the terms of this Agreement and as part of any membership benefit, before making any decisions as to application of such Written Work Product or services for Member’s own use or unique circumstances, within Member’s exclusive and absolute discretion, including whether to seek advice from legal counsel, tax advisors, accounting professionals, or other professionals or advisors of Member’s choosing, at Member’s own cost, before making such decisions. Member agrees to hold the Association harmless from any claims or damages arising out of any such decisions exercised by Member within Member’s exclusive and absolute discretion. 



We hereby acknowledge and certify that we have fully read, understood and agree to be bound by all of the terms and conditions herein, without objection.


And by these presents do hereby certify, that I have read and agree to all the above terms and conditions.


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