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About the White Eagle LodgeVision and publications
The White Eagle Lodge - Publishing is part of a wider organisation founded in 1936 and known as ‘The White Eagle Lodge’. It now has three Temples and Star Centres in many parts of the world. The White Eagle teaching contained in the present-day White Eagle books was channelled through the mediumship of Grace Cooke, who passed on in 1979. However, ‘White Eagle’, who is a spokesperson for a group of illumined souls in the inner world known as the Star Brotherhood, continues to actively guide the organisation through its present day leadership.
The teaching sets out an easy to follow, practical philosophy for daily life which has proved that it really works and can change lives. It draws on the Ancient Wisdom contained in all the major religions of the world, and its keynotes are love, tolerance and service to all life. At the centre of the White Eagle Lodge there is now an unfolding Wisdom School which offers all who wish to follow the White Eagle spiritual path an opportunity to both experience and learn more of the heavenly mysteries, including working in close co-operation with the angelic kingdoms for the healing of our planet.
The White Eagle Lodge - Publishing Strategy includes this vision:
a) To make White Eagle’s teaching as widely available as possible worldwide in a manner which will make it easily accessible and relevant to the modern day reader/listener, and to different readerships. ‘In all our strategy, we are focusing first on our organisation’s service to people.’
b) To let White Eagle stand forth as a wise, venerated spiritual teacher for the modern day, with a practical philosophy for the 21st century, which brings together threads from all the world’s religions. This teaching is the foundation of the unfolding White Eagle School of Wisdom, which will be a living school of the Spirit.
c) The guiding principle behind any White Eagle Publication will be bringing the Wisdom of heaven, with truth, integrity and authenticity, down to earth. Each publication should be meeting a perceived need and, to the best of our ability, be like a ray from the Brotherhood above. This principle should take precedence over purely commercial pressure.