Jeremy Griffith portrait with colourful tie

Jeremy Griffith (born 1945) is an Australian biologist and author. Jeremy gained first class honors in biology in the state matriculation exams and in 1965 began a science degree at the University of New England in northern New South Wales.

Deferring his studies in 1967, Jeremy undertook the most thorough investigation ever into the plight of the Tasmanian Tiger (thylacine) —a search that was to last more than six years, before concluding the ‘Tiger’ was indeed extinct. His findings were internationally reported.

In 1971 Jeremy completed his Bachelor of Science degree in zoology at the University of Sydney and the following year established a successful timber furniture manufacturing business.

An upbringing nurtured with real, unconditional love (it is to the nurturing from Jeremy’s mother, and to the good fortune of having a father who was not oppressively egocentric, that we really owe these world-saving insights) in the sheltered isolation of the Australian bush left Jeremy deeply troubled and perplexed by all the selfishness, aggression, dishonesty and indifference on the one hand, and all the suffering on the other, that he inevitably encountered in the innocence-destroyed, human-condition-embattled, psychotic wider world. In time, he realised that trying to save animals from extinction or trying to build ideal furniture wasn’t going to make a difference to the extraordinary imperfection in human life and that he would have to get to the bottom of the issue of this seeming complete wrongness of human behaviour, which is the issue of the human condition.

After some 10 years of extraordinarily profound, honest, human-condition-confronting-not-avoiding, effective thinking during his late 20s and early 30s, Jeremy was ready to present to the world his fully accountable, but, for virtually everyone else, unbearably self-confronting insights into human behaviour. It’s all very well to find the redeeming, reconciling full truth about humans, but when everyone has been living in determined denial of all the elements that comprise that compassionate full truth, how do you get them to overcome that denial and hear it?

The Deaf Effect

Cover of FREEDOM: The End of the Human Condition by Jeremy Griffith

It has been Jeremy’s journey to find a way to overcome this ‘deaf effect’ difficulty that reading about the human condition initially causes that has led to his presentation of his synthesis in FREEDOM. His strategy in FREEDOM is to encourage readers to watch introductory videos to FREEDOM, and also be prepared to patiently re-read the text.

It is important to note that by definition all new ideas threaten the status quo and are therefore typically resisted. And no new idea is as revolutionising and thus threatening of the status quo as analysis and explanation of the human condition. It follows that Jeremy’s explanation of the human condition will meet resistance and where that has occurred it has been strongly countered with rectifying clarification, which you can read about here.

Commendations for Jeremy Griffith's Work

Over the years Jeremy Griffith’s work has generated interest and acclaim from a wide cross-section of the scientific and literary world. Commendations from scientists for FREEDOM: The End Of The Human Condition, which was launched in 2016 at the Royal Geographical Society in London, include:

‘This book by Australian biologist Jeremy Griffith presents the 11th hour breakthrough biological explanation of the human condition needed for the psychological rehabilitation and maturation of the human race!’ Professor Harry Prosen, former president of the Canadian Psychiatric Association

‘Nothing Dr. Prosen has said about the immense importance of this book is an exaggeration. This is the book all humans need to read for our collective wellbeing.’ Dr Scott D. Churchill, Professor and former Chair, Psychology Department, University of Dallas

‘The sequence of discussion in FREEDOM is so logical and sensible, providing the necessary breakthrough in the critical issue of needing to understand ourselves.’ Dr David Chivers, University of Cambridge anthropologist and former President of the Primate Society of Great Britain

You can read more praise from scientists and thought leaders here.

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The books and other publications Jeremy Griffith has written on his breakthrough biological explanation of the human condition are published by WTM Publishing & Communications.

“There is a significant journey of digestion involved reading this confronting information and I have come to trust the whole necessary digestion process. I did feel concerned at the beginning that this was going to be another new age program and I needed to see if this was the case, which is partly why we started the translation into Dutch. I had to be sure that FREEDOM fulfilled what it claims; if we were going to further our involvement with the World Transformation Movement I had to know for sure that what they are presenting is true, and after translating the whole of FREEDOM I know with great certainty that it is all true, and does meet all its claims! I can say with absolute certainty that yes, it’s true, it does solve the human condition. I can understand it and I can feel it and see it in our relationship with others and between each other. I say 100% YES to the truth of this information!”

Annemieke Akker, Co-founder of the WTM Amsterdam Centre