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We now have a plan for our human species’ rehabilitation, a world transformation — and the new sensation of freedom is just so exhilarating! Why would anyone not want to be a part of this healing and transforming biological discovery?
So to start your journey with this liberating understanding, we encourage you to access all the free material — including essays, videos and books — that is available on the WTM’s website at www.HumanCondition.com. We especially recommend you watch THE Interview and Videos 1–4 & 14 that appear there.
We also encourage people to learn more about, share and discuss these insights into the human condition by subscribing to the WTM’s mailing list. As a subscriber you will be notified of free, interactive, live events with Jeremy Griffith and others that are hosted on the WTM’s website and on Facebook. We also encourage you to participate in the interactive activity on the WTM’s website and in its Facebook Group.
We very much look forward to hearing from you!
Please note, because we have limited resources of funds and volunteer staff we may not respond to questions or criticisms already prominently answered on the WTM’s comprehensive website at www.humancondition.com, where its many freely available books, essays and FAQs can be easily searched electronically.
“Jeremy Griffith has clearly explained scientifically what is happening in our minds. He’s explained the psychological problem of our conflicted capacity for good and evil, and revealed that we are good and not bad! We really are the heroes of the history of humanity!”
Juan Ubiera, WTM New York
“The key to the whole mystery of human existence!”
Gerry St Onge, WTM Philadelphia
“When understanding of the human condition catches on, and it will catch on, it’s going to be like a firestorm. This will heal the world like nothing else will, transforming mankind and fulfilling the whole human journey!”
Bob Montefusco, WTM Plattsburgh
“Every question I ever had throughout my lifetime was answered by this wonderful man, author, hero, Jeremy Griffith!”
Pamela Fairbanks, WTM Richmond