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Maharishi's unprecedented legacy to the world: Dr Hagelin's address to the 12 January Global Celebration
by Global Good News staff writer
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15 January 2007
During the global celebration on 12 January 2007, His Excellency Dr John Hagelin, Minister of Science and Technology of the Global Country of World Peace, eloquently described the unprecedented legacy of global transformation that His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (http://maharishi-programmes.globalgoodnews.com/achievements/index.html) is giving to the world—a legacy of Total Knowledge, enlightenment, and a whole new generation of administration in absolute perfection.
The total administration of the universe is dawning here on earth, right now at the beginning of the new year of Capital of Global Raam Raj.
This perfection of administration has been completely imbibed by His Majesty Maharaja Nader Raam, first ruler of the Global Country of World Peace, whose enlightened state of Being is enough to quietly, gracefully, skillfully rule the world as Natural Law rules the universe—through the principle of least action (http://maharishi-programmes.globalgoodnews.com/vedic-administration/programmes.html).
Maharaja Nader Raam is the pride of this scientific age—an individual on the pinnacle of the scientific world—a master of both modern science and Vedic Science. He is the scientist of this generation who has spanned the whole ocean of knowledge to discover, under Maharishi's inspiration and guidance, the reality that the human physiology is consciousness, Veda, the Constitution of the Universe. His discovery, Dr Hagelin said, provides the practical basis for perfection in administration.
Dr Hagelin concluded by reading a pledge—of dedication and loyal service—from his Ministry of Science and Technology to Shri Guru Dev, Maharishi's Master; His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi; and His Majesty Maharaja Nader Raam.
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