FIGU Interessengruppe England
The Southern England Interessengruppe für die FIGU-Mission
How The Southern England Interessengruppe für die FIGU-Mission Began
- Newsletter No. 1 June 2016
The Southern England Interessengruppe für die FIGU-Mission (Southern England Interest group for the FIGU mission) was founded in August 2015 By Karl Beaney and I, Stephen Moore.
Before the formation of the Southern England Interessengruppe für die FIGU-Mission an attempt to form an official Figu group in England was made by both Karl and I, along with another Figu passive member.
This attempt failed before any fruits developed. Karl and I kept in contact, determined to form and be part of an official Figu group, we met and discussed how we would like to go about making a Figu group here in England a reality.We decided to present Figu Switzerland with an application to form an Interessengruppe für die FIGU-Mission here in England.
Our decision to form this group over a FIGU-Studiengruppe was based on the fact that there were only 2 members in the group and we could not fulfil the requirements of a FIGU-Studiengruppe. Further we wanted to have a group that is open to non Figu passive members due to there being only 7 passive members in England. This allows the group to be open for interested persons who wish to further their study and understanding of the Spiritual Teaching without any obligation to become Figu passive members.We presented some initial ideas to Figu by means of Christian Frehner, who presented our list of ideas and request for permission to form an official Figu group in England.
Some of our initial ideas included a website, booklets pertaining to different aspects and topics of the Spiritual Teachingand Eduard Meier’s contacts with the Plejaren. Further, we wanted to visit conferences around England to hand out booklets and talk to any interested persons.
After we received permission from Christian Frehner, from the CG49, Karl and I started work on our first booklet named “Why is Eduard Albert Meier the only authentic UFO contactee of the Plejaren Federation on Earth?”The website was developed by myselfwith further help from Karl who provided translations and documents.
The group now has three more members, Aimee, Scott and Jonathan.
After interest in the group from the website we arranged to meet up at a location suitable for all of us. The group meetings now take place every second Saturday, each month in Luton. The group is going very well and thus far have achieved more than we thought we would in only a short time.
Regular contact with Christian Frehner, for his support and advice, as well as his friendship, takes place and all booklets and other materials that are created within the group also get shared with Figu Switzerland. For the near future England has an Interessengruppe für die FIGU-Missionand members can further their interest in the truth and the true meaning of life.
By Stephen Moore
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