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A Short History of the Fellowship

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Centers were eventually established in Asia, Australia, Central and South America, and—after the fall of the Berlin wall—in Russia and Eastern Europe. As these centers grew and developed, members were encouraged to travel around the world to transmit the practice to newer members and to study related subjects and arts. Apollo, as the main center, received visiting members from all parts of the globe, and served to instruct members in the core teaching and its application in the simple moments of daily living. By visiting and spending time at Apollo, each member was able to return to his or her center with renewed energy and understanding both for their own work and for the life of the center.

Today the Fellowship has approximately 2,000 members and maintains over 60 centers in more than 40 countries worldwide. Along with the aim of making its teachings and practices available in all parts of the world, the increase in the diversity of its membership has transformed the Fellowship into an international spiritual organization that recognizes and learns from each of the esoteric traditions throughout recorded time.