The South African WTM Centre
The World Transformation Movement (WTM) South African Centre is here to support you in your journey of understanding Australian biologist Jeremy Griffith’s breakthrough explanation of the human condition. His reconciling and redeeming ‘instinct vs. intellect’ explanation finally solves the riddle of our ‘good and evil’ conflicted human condition, and ultimately transforms the human race.
With every day bringing more alarming evidence of the turmoil of the human situation, it is unarguable that this psychologically relieving understanding of the reason for our destructive behaviour is the ONLY way we can halt the slide to total chaos and devastation. The World Transformation Movement, which is a non-profit organisation, was established in Australia in 1983 to ensure the world-saving importance of this explanation is disseminated across the planet.
The South African WTM Centre was founded in 2017 by James Moffett. James is a world-renowned organic farmer and organic milling and products innovator. He is the founder of The Organic Milling Company, and a former Managing Director of the Organic Agricultural Association of South Africa and Chairperson of Spier Group, South Africa’s premier winery and hospitality organisation. James has travelled widely in Africa teaching the benefits of organic farming, and speaks English, Afrikaans and Sesotho.
Explaining his reason for establishing the South African WTM Centre, James said, “I have been search-reading for well on 38 years for the real, truthful answers about human nature, but it wasn’t until I came upon Australian biologist Jeremy Griffith’s book FREEDOM: The End Of The Human Condition that I knew I’d finally found the biological explanation I’d been looking for. While initially this amazing book’s truthfulness can be confronting and make reading it challenging, the insights it reaches are entirely compassionate and transforming. In a world fast becoming unconscionably distressed and malfunctional, this reconciling understanding is so urgently needed I felt it imperative I do all I can to promote it.”
‘I read with great interest your [Facebook] posts about Jeremy Griffith and his human condition books. Please would you consider writing a review for the Greyton Mail August edition? I’m sure readers will be taken with your passion and insight as much as I was.’
The Greyton Mail Editor
Read the article James Moffett wrote for the Greyton Mail August 2019 edition here.