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Peru's earthquake spurs progress towards invincibility; Chile and Bolivia implement Consciousness-Based Education
by Global Good News staff writer
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30 August 2007
Dr Jose Luis Alvarez Roset, Raja of Latin America for the Global Country of World Peace, recently reported on progress toward invincibility in Peru, Chile, and Bolivia.
Commenting on the recent major earthquake in Peru, Dr Roset said it has led to 'very good progress', as it created a call by the country's leadership for faster action. 'There are some schools there,' he said, 'but today we had the news that the government has offered a beautiful site for the Invincibility Tower and School. It is the first time that the government itself has granted that,' and it was offered by the president of one of the country's administrative units, who is like a governor. Peru requires 500 Yogic Flyers for its population; and this will be a school for 400 students.
Simultaneously, two universities, some other schools, and other government officials have also requested immediate programmes to increase the number of Yogic Flyers, so that Peru will have enough in its four main cities to ensure that Peru is invincible. Dr Roset pointed out that 'the difficulties of the country have opened new awareness of higher progress, and higher appreciation and stability for Maharishi's programmes currently going on there.'
In Chile, Dr Roset continued, the Consciousness-Based Education programme begun for 800 students of a university-linked school is reporting 'very, very good results, and the leaders of the school are very happy. Next month is the National Day for Chile, the wealthiest country in South America, which now can reach invincibility soon.'
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