Many great Souls have worked tirelessly for World Peace for the past decades. We have witnessed and experienced the downfall of a world culture through the great upheavals, crises and social transformations of our time during the last century and into the 21st century. Now we’re at the dawn of the New Age of Love, Peace and Enlightenment. We hear about it everywhere. But there are still conflicts in different parts of the world, and many of us wonder if we will live to see and enjoy peace around the world for all of humankind?
In his collective works, known as The Third Testament, Danish writer Martinus offers a comprehensive world picture showing that all living beings form part of a living Universe and evolve continuously towards higher forms of life. Martinus (1890-1981) provides hope and optimism that we are birthing a new, humane world society. He creates a spiritual science that offers seekers of the Truth profound insight into the nature of life and a road map for the spiritual development of Love, morality and conduct that is crucial for the realization of world peace.
The Third Testament consists of Livets Bog (The Book of Life) in 7 volumes. The Eternal World Picture in 5 volumes forms a supplement to Livets Bog. Martinus has also written a series of other books and a substantial number of articles and many of his lectures have been transcribed and published. Martinus’ books are openly available to those who are interested. Please click here to read his works: Martinus Institute.
Every summer the Martinus Institute offers an international program of courses in Denmark with lectures, symbol explanations and study groups. The courses are held at the Martinus Center in Klint, Denmark, which is located by the coast in a scenic, peaceful area of natural beauty near Nykøbing Sjælland about 110 kilometers northwest of Copenhagen. The international courses are held during the last two weeks of the summer season, usually at the end of July and the beginning of August. There are courses in Danish, Swedish, English and German.
“By taking part in our courses, you will also have the opportunity to meet people from other countries in an atmosphere that we hope you will find warming and inspiring. We strive towards creating the love and warmth that will characterise the new world culture.” Read more