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New Maharishi School promises sustained invincibility for island nation of Mauritius
by Global Good News staff writer
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27 June 2008
Speaking 21 June 2008 on Maharishi Global Family Chat, Raja Michael Dillbeck, Raja of Invincible France, Latvia, Mauritius, Fiji, Algeria, Cameroon, Tonga, and Congo for the Global Country of World Peace, reported plans in Mauritius for the building of a Maharishi School on agricultural land.
Recently in Mauritius, part of a cluster of islands off Africa's southeastern coast, the government granted a two-and-a-half acre [one hectare] plot of land to the Global Country of World Peace, to be used for agricultural purposes. Despite the land's being designated for agriculture, National Director Ashok Ramgoolam noticed that the neighbouring landowners were preparing to build a school on their plot. 'After hearing this news,' said Raja Dillbeck, 'we encouraged Ashok and his wife Neela to do the same.'
With the building of this school, national invincibility can be sustained through daily group practice of the Yogic Flying Technique by students. 'Since Invincible Mauritius requires a group of only 115 Yogic Flyers, this can easily be achieved through a single school,' commented Raja Dillbeck. He added that, in addition to the school, there will be room for a Maharishi Tower of Invincibility on the plot of land in Mauritius.
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