Founder Dr. Murdo MacDonald-Bayne M.C, Ph.D, D.D

GALLERY 2

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College of Universal Science
Murdo’s 61st Birthday Celebration 1948
Murdo portrait c.1950’s
Murdo c.1950’s thanks to Neville Austin
Murdo with student Rose Austin c.1950’s. Thanks to Neville Austin
Murdo with student and PA Ida Baggot-Smith (nee Austin) c.1950’s
Paul Anton Troxler one of Murdo’s Students. Photo taken in 1934. Thanks to Clothilde Scheffer
Murdo in Johannesburg c.1950’s
Yaarta-Gunbu (Cordyceps Sinenses) Rare Tibetan medicinal plant mentioned in “The Yoga of the Christ.” The plant starts out life as a worm that becomes infected with a fungus and ends up being a mushroom.
Another view of Yaarta-Gunbu
Founder Dr. Murdo MacDonald-Bayne M.C, Ph.D, D.D

GALLERY 2

© College of Universal Science
College of Universal Science
Murdo’s 61st Birthday Celebration 1948
Murdo Portrait c. 1950’s
Murdo c.1950’s. Thanks to Neville Austin
Murdo with student Rose Austin c.1950’s. Thanks to Neville Austin
Murdo with student and PA Ida Baggot-Smith (nee Austin)
Paul Anton Troxler one of Murdo’s Students. Photo taken in 1934. Thanks to Clothilde Scheffer
Murdo in Johannesburg c.1950’s
Yaarta-Gunbu (Cordyceps Sinenses) Rare Tibetan medicinal plant mentioned in “The Yoga of the Christ.” The plant starts out life as a worm that becomes infected with a fungus and ends up being a mushroom.
Another view of Yaarta-Gunbu