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World Transformation Movement, South Africa

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.”

FREEDOM: The End Of The Human Condition

FREEDOM is the definitive presentation of the biological explanation of the human condition needed for the complete understanding of human behaviour and the ultimate amelioration of all the underlying psychosis in human life.

Read FREEDOM synopsis with chapter summaries in Afrikaans or English.

Book cover of FREEDOM: The End Of The Human Condition by Jeremy Griffith

Some Testimonials

  • Franklin Mukakanga | World Transformation Movement Zambian Centre

    Franklin Mukakanga, advertising director and radio host in Zambia, and founder of the Zambian WTM Centre has said about Jeremy Griffith’s 2016 book FREEDOM: “This reconciling understanding of the human condition will end all prejudices, like racism, forever.”

    For an excellent description of why Franklin is so excited about setting up the Zambian World Transformation Movement Centre, read the piece about Sir Laurens van der Post on the South Africa’s Philosopher Giants page.

  • World Transformation Movement New Zealand Co Founder Dr. Anna Fitzgerald

    Dr Anna Fitzgerald, molecular biologist, genome projects strategist, and co-founder of the New Zealand WTM Centre: ‘This explanation of the human condition in FREEDOM brings about the true liberation of women and the reconciliation of the sexes, which is truly extraordinary.” 

    For an excellent description of why Anna is so excited about setting up the New Zealand World Transformation Movement Centre, read the piece about Olive Schreiner on the South Africa’s Philosopher Giants page.

  • Pre-eminent South African philosopher and WTM supporter, Sir Laurens van der Post

    Sir Laurens van der Post, the pre-eminent South African philosopher, wrote in 1961 that “I had a private hope of the utmost importance to me. The Bushman’s physical shape combined those of a child and man; I surmised that examination of his inner life might reveal a pattern which reconciled the spiritual opposites in the human being and made him whole…it might start the first movement towards a reconciliation” (The Heart of the Hunter).

    Well, in 1988, in response to Jeremy Griffith’s first book about his reconciling understanding of our conflicted, ‘innocence versus egocentrically embattled’ human condition, Sir Laurens wrote to Jeremy asking “Could you please send me an extra copy of your book? Yours to me is already out on loan because it was so appreciated”. And in 1993, three years before his death, Sir Laurens further wrote to Jeremy saying “I would hope you will always know how we value the examples you set and the work you are doing in Australia.” Read more about Sir Laurens van der Post on the South Africa’s Philosopher Giants page.

  • Dr Ian Player, South African conservationist, naturalist and philosopher | World Transformation Movement

    Dr Ian Player, the great South African conservationist, naturalist and philosopher said in a letter to Jeremy Griffith in 2003 about Jeremy’s best-selling book A Species In Denial, “I believe you are on to getting answers to much that has puzzled and bewildered humanity for a long time”, and in 2014 about the draft of Jeremy's latest book, FREEDOM is a book of tremendous importance.”

  • World-renowned psychiatrist and World Transformation Movement supporter, Professor Harry Prosen

    Professor Harry Prosen, a former President of the Canadian Psychiatric Association and the author of the Introduction to FREEDOM, has said, “I have no doubt this biological explanation is the holy grail of insight we have sought for the psychological rehabilitation of the human race.”

Latest News

Stellenbosch University campus with mountains in the background

WTM South Africa Centre supporters John and Yvette Mulder were asked by a Stellenbosch University student group to participate in a discussion about “intentional living”, which is defined as living in alignment with your values and beliefs. It was a fantastic opportunity to introduce Jeremy Griffith’s explanation of the human condition, and FREEDOM in particular, to students and within that compassionate framework discuss why our human condition is the “paramount reason” why “pseudo-idealistic quick fixes for sustainable living fail” and how Jeremy’s explanation presents the only means to truly ameliorate the egocentric, selfish and competitive behaviour that undermines our relationships and attempts at sustainability. As John said, “The silver bullet they [students] are looking for is simply the unconditionally selfless behaviour that results from the truths encapsulated in FREEDOM.”

Read more here.