South African World Transformation Movement Centre
The South African World Transformation Movement Centre was founded by South African farmer James Moffett in 2017. It is the second WTM Centre to be established in Africa, following the creation of the Zambian WTM Centre earlier in 2017 by Zambian radio host and advertising director, Franklin Mukakanga.
Described as “a man like no other…quiet, soft spoken, and gentle…an unlikely revolutionary” (ref.), James Moffett is a world-renowned pioneer of organic farming in Africa. But, as James explains:
“While better farming practices are important, the plight of the human species is becoming so dire that it’s clear to me as someone who has spent a lifetime reading and thinking about our human situation that only the deeper reconciling understanding of human nature itself can save the day — and that is what we have in Jeremy Griffith’s explanation of the human condition.
I, like Jeremy, am an admirer of the writings of Sir Laurens van der Post (whose family I know and grew up near in South Africa), and Sir Laurens certainly spoke the truth when he wrote that ‘Man is dangerously unaware of himself. We really know nothing about the nature of man, and unless we hurry to get to know ourselves we are in dangerous trouble’ (Jung and the Story of Our Time). Precisely: we need to understand the human condition, which we now have in Jeremy’s book FREEDOM, and we need to promote its world-saving, transforming effects, which is the mission of the World Transformation Movement.
I invite you to learn more in the video below about why I’ve established the South African WTM Centre.”
The World Transformation Movement Global Network
Alongside the original WTM Centre in Sydney, Australia, World Transformation Movement Centres have been established around the world to help bring to everyone the now desperately needed all-relieving and all-explaining biological understanding of the underlying issue in all of human life of our troubled human condition.
Visit the WTM’s Transformation page to learn more about the formation of these Centres, or access the following examples of WTM Centre websites by clicking on their images below.