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Background

Qultura was formed by Stella Baker and David Fisher towards the end of 2009 after Stella Baker had developed her Theory of Creativity and Energy Specturm which subsequently led to the development of her social theory. Stella Baker had spent some years previously working in the performing arts, Fringe theatre writing and directing plays both in the UK and in Europe and had originally sought to develop a theory of modern drama. Much of her work was done in Poland where in addition to wriitng and directing plays working with untrained, inexperienced actors she also ran drama workshops for socially disadvantaged people such as the unemployed, mentally ill and people with addictions. her main interest in theatre was social issues anbd her theory started out as a theory of modern drama designed to help people overcome a wide variety of different issues. She returned from Poland in 2005 after developing a theatre successfully from drug addicts and alcoholics, and after working with the homeless in Lojndon for some time attempted to develop a charitable theatre company called Qultura Fringe.

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The founding principle of Qultura is free access to culture for everyone in society and this is based on making the theory freely accessible to everyone in the public interest under the Creative Commons 3.0 (Attribution) licence primarily for non profit and non comemrcial purposes. This means that you are free to read, interpret, and make use of the theory for personal benefit and the 'common good' and are also able to translate the theory into other languages provided you attribute the source 'inspired by Qultura on the basis of Stella Baker's Creative Law'. If you are studying creative law academically you need to cite Qultura as the source and publisher and Stella Baker as the author.

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Creative Law was previously known as the Theory of Creativity and Energy Spectrum and was first developed by Stella Baker in November 2009 as revision of her previous Theory of Modern Drama. Described by some as almost perfectly tautological, Creative law is an explanation of the fundamental principles of existence and creativity simplified into several paragraphs and is believed to be the most concise explanation of existence and creativity in existence. The development of Creative law was what led to the creation of Qultura and it has been recently renamed Creative Law due to its consistency.

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Universal law was not developed by Stella Baker, so this is just an interpretation of universal law, which is also known as 'natural' law' (not to be confused with natural selection and dawinian theory of evolution). Universal law and creative law dovetail neatly together and universal law is all about the fixed, immutable principles of relativity, the process aspect of existence, action, reaction and interaction and both consequences and outcomes.

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Creative law provides a definition of human individuality within the context of the common objective of life, evolution and the universe which is the development of consciousness. It is this common objective which answers the hard question of science as to what motivates human evolution. The answer is of course the life path formed in childhood which forms the unconscious or subconscious basis for human motivation and the desire, which is unique and specific to the species of homo sapniens to create and participate in cultural development as a means of developing the complex social structures in which humans naturally exist.

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This is the social theory which Stella Baker developed towards the end of 2009 as a result of development of creative law which advocates a dynamic social structure based on cultural development and human creativity which would be fully inclusive, cohesive and based on community rather than hierarchy.

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