George W. Addair

 

 Founder of Omega Vector

 

Everything you’ve ever wanted is on the other side of fear. –George Addair

  

An inspirational quote from one of the Great Masters of our time.  Published as number 43 of the top 100 Inspirational Quotes by Forbes in March of 2013, George's quote is flanked by one from Theodore Roosevelt, "Believe you can and your half way there." and another more fitting quote from Plato, "We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light."  George held up his light to serve humanity with the Omega Vector Programs.  Fondly referred to as the "Work", George created Omega in 1978 and over the course of almost four decades, held his light up to over 65,000 Omega graduates who in turn contributed their own light with the knowledge and inspiration they learned from this great teacher.

Founded in the Ageless Wisdom Teachings, George delivered programs that spoke to students at all different levels of spiritual understanding.  Omega is a self-knowledge program for those individuals that wish to live more effective lives.  George devoted his life to serving humanity. From his humble beginnings in the Appalachian Mountains in West Virginia and service during the Korean War, George began Religious Studies and became an ordained minister.  In 1950, he founded the First Baptist Church in Page, Arizona.  After a few years, George found that many of the religious beliefs being taught were limiting to people and in many cases in conflict with valid beliefs.  In 1953, George left the church and while working in Phoenix, he studied and learned from various teachers, philosophies and wisdom, that spoke to the spirit with truths rather than subjective beliefs.  Through his awakening, he found the Kabbalah and Ageless Wisdom Teachings that showed how other teachings from various religions and philosophies fit symbolically and metaphorically together where they had a common thread of wisdom that stretched through time. This common thread could be linked to increasing the overall consciousness of humanity.  Inspired by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin's, Omega Point, George found his life's purpose in the creating of the Omega Vector Programs.