Interviews with the Master
The Challenge of the 21st Century - The Ecological Balance of the World, by Patricia Pitchon
of the factors involved in environmental degradation, and the steps needed to save the planet. (September 1993)
The coming Peace Dividend, by Patricia Pitchon
All nations could cooperatively organize so that the money saved from armament reduction would be available for the debt relief needed by the Third World.
Closing nuclear reactors and
discovering new energies, by Patricia Pitchon
Earth's pollution, the role of the space brothers in
salvaging the environment, and a new technology which will provide energy for all human needs. (October 1994)
Consensus – the new way for humanity, by Patricia Pitchon
Discussion of world events as examples of why cooperation and consensus are the way of the future.
Drugs: a world
problem, by Patricia Pitchon
Discussion of the scope and depth of illegal drug production,
distribution, and use, and what is needed to end its hold on the world. (November 1989)
Effects of the global process, by Patricia Pitchon
The growth of global corporations and the World Trade Organization may provide the structure for eventual redistribution of the world's resources, thereby ending starvation and poverty.
The Law of Cause and Effect in
action, by Patricia Pitchon
Press releases of Maitreya's forecasts, distributed to the world's media, have demonstrated how humanity itself creates the events which affect the world, for good or ill.
The poison of market forces, by Patricia Pitchon
Analysing the effects of a new dispensation in which
greed will be replaced by social harmony and interdependence, thereby transforming the world and ending the rule
of market forces. (April 1990)
Schools without walls, by Patricia Pitchon
An interview with the Master – about the need for change in
educational institutions based on the autonomy of the child as a
soul in incarnation.
The Third World and Latin America, by Patricia Pitchon
Discussion of debt relief, growth of democracy, and changes in the Catholic Church in the future of Latin America.