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This is More Good Info Email 3


Jeremy Griffith’s
Full Introductory Talk of 2009


This extraordinary 6-hour presentation of the biology behind the explanation of the human condition was given by Jeremy Griffith in Sydney in 2009.

The presentation is broken into the following 9 sections:


1. Introduction


2. The WTM


3. The key concept


4. The old biology


5. Our denials


6. Exposure


7. Our upset


8. The new biology


9. The Transformation


Click on the player below to watch the complete presentation, or any of the 9 parts:



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Make and see comments here



This video also appears on the WTM’s Main Collection of Videos about the Human Condition page.


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At this stage we don’t have transcripts for these talks.


Watch Jeremy Griffith present the breakthrough redeeming explanation of the human condition in Video/​Freedom Essay 3, or read chapter 1 of his book FREEDOM: The End Of The Human Condition.


And as always, we encourage you to get involved and become a WTM member to help transform the worldbecause at last we really can!


Discussion or comment on this email is welcomedsee below.



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These emails were composed in 2017-2018 by Jeremy Griffith, Damon Isherwood,
Fiona Cullen-Ward & Brony FitzGerald at the Sydney WTM Centre.



Please note, we encourage constructive discussion about this information and so reserve the right to moderate or decline posts that we feel are not relevant or inappropriate. In particular, with the subject of the human condition being so confronting, malice can easily occur, and where comments are deemed to be motivated not by objectivity but by malice, they will be declined. It has to be appreciated that the possibility of malice toward this subject matter is very real, and we have a responsibility to manage that as best we can.