Lewis, James R.
December 2001
Death & Afterlife Book;2001, p10
Reference Entry
Information about the Agasha Temple of Wisdom is presented. It states that Agasha Temple of Wisdom is a Spiritualist group founded by Richard Zenor in 1943. In addition, receiving and studying teachings from master teachers, souls that have mastered spiritual wisdom, are the principal focus of the Agasha Temple of Wisdom. Moreover, these teachings are embodied on universal spiritual laws, such as the moral law of cause and effect and the Golden Rule.


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