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Center of Universal Truth

Center of Universal Truth

The Center of Universal Truth is an organization for the dissemination of the teachings of a spiritual teacher known only as Jeremiah. He had been an engineer until resigning in 1965. He subsequently was ordained as a minister and earned a doctor of divinity degree. However, after functioning as a minister, he claimed God told him to drop all of the trappings of institutionalized religion, including his ministerial titles. He subsequently spent three years on a South Pacific Island, during which time he received a revelation he believed to be direct-ly from the Creator. The revelation consisted of some 70 discourses from the Creator and an additional revelation from the Master Jesus. After his return to the United States, he was told to found the center to assist as many humans as possible into the coming New Age.

It is the teaching of the center that in the beginning the Creator expressed himself and brought forth some mighty Spirits. These Spirits in turn created the solar systems, galaxies, and universes that compose the Creator Omniverse. The Creator then expressed himself again and brought forth other spirits to inhabit the universe previously created. These spirits include those who now exist as Earth's human race. Unfortunately, over the millennia, we have forgotten our origin as Spirit Light beings. Contributing to that forgetfulness are the structures of institutional religion.

The destiny of humans is spiritual enlightenment (Godconsciousness) and ascension. Those who ascend join the legion of souls who work to assist humans in their attaining their enlightenment. They are popularly known as the Great White Brotherhood.

The center teaches that God is pure spiritual light. As with normal light, spiritual light can manifest as a spectrum of seven colors, each color a representation of an attribute of God. God's light permeates the universe and each thing in it. When men and women have the light of God within, it is possible for them to come to a realization of God and gain the spiritual consciousness required for ascension. This move is necessary due to the changes soon to manifest on Earth as the old is dissolved and replaced by a new fourth dimension reality.

The Center of Universal Truth is headquartered at P.O. Box 1274, Joshua Tree, CA 92252.


Jeremiah. The Spiritual Hierarchy and the Great White Brotherhood. Joshua Tree, Calif.: Center of Universal Truth, 1992.

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