This site is dedicated to the teachers, leaders, instructors and founders of Warren Light Center (WLC,) a 200 acre retreat located near Franklin Pennsylvania. We are also dedicated to the families of the founders, instructors and teachers as well as all of the students of the founders and instructors and their families.
Warren Light Center was a place where four times a year for over 30 years gatherings were held that were led by the founders and a number of teachers and instructors.
- The founders, teachers and instructors taught their Truth to students that came to learn from these instructors and mostly to discover themselves. Gatherings were 3-4 day weekends held on or near the Summer and Winter Solstice and Fall and Spring Equinox.
People from all over the surrounding area would come to Warren Light Center to attend these gatherings.
Most people attending would stay on the grounds. Attendees choosing to camp brought tents, some even brought teepees, a few had campers and even fewer (1 or 2) would arrive in motor-homes.
A certain number of those in attendance would stay at hotels in the area, including the nearby Idlewood Motel.
The grounds and facilities were fairly primitive.
- There was a water line that was fed by a spring across the road up on top of a hill that went to several mobile homes, a community center, several of the camping areas and cabins and on to the back where one of the founders had built a house. Pure clean spring water was available over most of the upper part of the grounds.
Electricity was available in each of the main areas as well as several outlets in the camping areas. There were several pit toilets and outhouses in various locations on the grounds. The mobile homes and houses had septic systems, the cabins did not.
The Summer Solstice gathering had the largest attendance with as many as 200 people arriving to attend the classes, lectures, ceremonies and events held over the 3-4 day weekend. Instructors, teachers and presenters came from mostly from PA, OH, MI, IN and other surrounding areas.
The topics presented and discussed included: New Thought, Metaphysics, Mysticism, Psychic Awareness, Spiritualism, New Age, Astrology, Native American teachings, Astrology, Numerology, Eastern philosophies, UFOs, Natural Health and Healing, Firewalks, and a lot more.
Students which mostly called themselves Seekers came to learn and be with their teachers and to learn from other teachers and instructors.
Some seekers came alone, others brought their spouses, partners and families, others brought friends, often there would be attendees from all the USA and Canada and even as far away Europe.