Wayne Peterson. Humanity At The Crossroad
Wayne Peterson graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, with a major in international relations and foreign languages. He immediately volunteered for the Peace Corps and served for two years in Brazil. In Brazil he created the first privately funded welfare program which today functions across that country and is supported by municipal governments. Upon completing this work, Mr. Peterson was appointed to the diplomatic service in 1967 by the President of the United States and was confirmed by the U.S. Senate. He then returned to work in Brazil as a diplomat with the American Embassy. His diplomatic career eventually included assignments in South America, Africa and East Asia.In the early1980s Mr. Peterson accepted a series of foreign affairs assignments in Washington D.C. which eventually included that of director of the Fulbright Scholarship Program, administered by the Department of State. He spent fifteen years directing this program, before retiring to focus exclusively on his major interest of becoming a student and teacher of esoteric spiritual literature. In 1997 Mr. Peterson moved to Henderson, Nevada where he wrote his book, Extraordinary Times, Extraordinary Beings, which tells of his lifelong experiences with Lord Maitreya and the various spiritual Masters of Wisdom. Since then, he has lectured across the United States, Canada and Europe promoting interest in the reappearance of the spiritual hierarchy and the expected vast changes to humanity.