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Raja Dean Dodrill, Raja of Washington, DC, reports on the upcoming events in his domain of Washington, DC
by Global Good News staff writer
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12 January 2007
Raja Dean reports that this weekend there are a number of celebrity events taking place celebrating the release of Dr David Lynch's new book, 'Catching the Big Fish—Meditation, Consciousness and Creativity' and his new film 'Inland Empire'.
There will be a press conference at which he will be joined by Donovan, who will also perform in a special concert at the Kennedy Centre in honour of Dr Lynch. Tickets for this concert are already oversold and it is expected to be a very exciting, gala event.
Another exciting event takes place on Saturday 13 January, when one of the embassies in Washington is holding a special dinner to honour Dr Lynch for all he is doing for children's education. This dinner will be held at the embassy with many political and diplomatic dignitaries honouring Dr Lynch.
Dr Dean also reported that many schoolchildren are learning Transcendental Meditation and will continue on with the TM-Sidhi Programme.
He said that it has been a very busy week brought about by Maharishi's week of the silence at the beginning of the new year, and the silence that Raja Raam has brought to us all in his Global Administration through Natural Law. He wished Raja Raam a very happy birthday. Raja Raam's birthday was celebrated world-wide by satellite and over the Internet on 10 January. Raja Raam is the first sovereign of the Global Country of World Peace.
Raja Dean expressed his delight that Raja Raam is the leader of the Global Country and has inspired so many Rajas and brought about so much expansion and the creation of Raam Raj all over the world.
For more information about David Lynch visit http://www.davidlynchfoundation.org
For information about the Global Country of World Peace visit http://www.globalcountry.org
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