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Sharing for a saner Future – film presentation

Quaker Meeting House in Edinburgh

Tuesday 6th November 2018

6:45pm til 9:00pm (last entry 7:00pm)

Minimum Age: 14

Thought-provoking film presentation on the public emergence of Maitreya the World Teacher, and the need for global transformation.

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Sharing for a saner Future – film presentation on Tuesday 6th November 2018

We are at a turning point in our history as a human family. At this crucial time we face an ultimate choice and the unique opportunity to reverse the damage we are doing to our planet and ourselves.

A growing number of people are now beginning to awaken to the task of global transformation. This process is potentized by the work and presence among us of Maitreya, the World Teacher and Avatar for the New Age, who is now being interviewed on international television. His beneficent energies act to raise the aspiration and strengthen the determination of all who long for a better world.

As Maitreya begins his open public mission there is an unprecedented number of UFO sightings, Crop Circles and other spectacular phenomena. These are signs of the ‘Gathering of the Forces of Light’, whose great work relates to the uplifting of humanity and the rescue and restoration of our unbalanced planet Earth. Together we will build a new civilization based on Sharing, Justice and Peace. Please join us for a thought-provoking film presentation of a talk in Japan by lecturer and artist Benjamin Creme.

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