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Organization of Awareness (Federal Way)

Organization of Awareness (Federal Way)

Channel William Ralph Duby, whose messages had tied together the Organization of Awareness (now Cosmic Awareness Communications, ) died in 1967. At that time the original group, which included adherents from around North America, splintered into a number of factions. One independent branch was established in Federal Way, Washington, by Frances Marcx. As with most of the splinter groups, it survived only a few years.

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Organization of Awareness (Olympia)

Organization of Awareness (Olympia)

The Organization of Awareness (now Cosmic Awareness Communications ) was originally founded in the early 1960 and was built around the channeled material of William Ralph Duby. In 1967 Duby died, and the organization broke into a number of independent factions. One such faction, the Organization of Awareness of Olympia, Washington, was headed by David DeMoulin. It lasted only a few years.

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Organization of Awareness (Canada)

Organization of Awareness (Canada)

The Organization of Awareness (now Cosmic Awareness Communications ) underwent a splintering following the death in 1967 of its channel, William Ralph Duby. One group, headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, under the leadership of Nick Chwelos, attempted to carry on the original effort, but it lasted only a few years.

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