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IT’S ON! The WTM’s world-saving expansion continues with the creation of three new WTM Centres in the United Kingdom, South Africa and New Zealand!


In an exciting and important development, three new World Transformation Movement (WTM) Centres have been established to help bring Australian biologist Jeremy Griffith’s breakthrough explanation of the human condition to the world!


The new Centres which follow in the footsteps of the first three WTM Centres to be launched outside of Sydney earlier this year in Zambia, Austria and Melbourne have been founded in the United Kingdom by Roz Bachl; in New Zealand by Pete Sadler; and in South Africa by James Moffett.


Watch the videos below to learn more about Roz, Pete and James and the inspiration behind their decisions to establish these new WTM Centres!


This has changed the way I see people…I can’t stress enough the importance of this…It’s the truth, and this book [FREEDOM] has all the proof.”


Meet Roz Bachl, founder of the United Kingdom WTM Centre:


Roz Bachl commendation for FREEDOM



I was completely blown away by the undeniable truths Jeremy Griffith has given us all.”


Meet Pete Sadler, founder of the New Zealand WTM Centre:


Pete Sadler commending FREEDOM



Every person on this planet has got this extraordinary potential to do this, to get this information, to take it in and change the way we are; it’s extraordinary, it’s bloody mind-blowing.”


Meet James Moffett, founder of the South African WTM Centre:


James Moffett on mountain



To learn more about the formation of the WTM’s global network, we highly recommend you watch the presentations from the inaugural WTM Global Conference that was held in Sydney earlier this year. It was a very special event at which each of the founders of the first three WTM Centres to be formed outside of our original Centre in Sydney spoke of their passion for, and commitment to, this world-saving project.


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




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