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Rapid growth of Invincibility in Latin America and the Caribbean
by Global Good News staff writer
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29 December 2006
28 December 2006
The Government of the Netherlands Antilles has been so favourably impressed with the handling of the Instant Invincibility project in the country that it is going to promote Invincibility Research for the whole of the Caribbean for as long as Vedic Pandits, who will soon arrive, remain there. This will provide a scientific check to see how Invincibility is growing in the Caribbean region.
The Hindu communities in both Trinidad & Tobago and Guyana have located beautiful accommodations for the Vedic Pandits of India soon to arrive in their countries.
In Trinidad, the Anand Lakshmi Mandir, close to the Brahmastan or centre of the island, has been offered as a gift for the use of the Vedic Pandits.
Guyana has two residences ready, plus the use of five schools to support the needs and activities of the Vedic Pandits.
The Hindu Community of Surinam has also organized a very comfortable residence for the Vedic Pandits who will come to Surinam as soon as possible.
Creating Instant Invincibility
Vedic Pandits from India will soon be arriving in countries around the world to perform the time-honored traditional procedures prescribed by the ancient Vedic Literature to avert any misfortune for the nation.
Each day these Vedic Pandits will practise Yoga— Maharishi's Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhi programme including Yogic Flying and Yagya the performance of traditional recitation of Vedic Sounds.
The Vedic Pandits' daily performance of Yagyas will produce an indomitable influence of peace and positivity in the whole nation, which according to the Vedic Literature will disallow negative or destructive tendencies from arising anywhere in the country.
(Visit page http://excellenceinaction.globalgoodnews.com/06-aug/india3.html for further information on the peace-creating power of groups of Vedic Pandits.)
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