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Dr Bevan Morris announces a new strategy for housing 4,000 Vedic Pandits in 18 countries in Europe.
by Global Good News staff writer
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21 January 2007
Announced today in the Global Family Chat, Dr Bevan Morris, Prime Minister of the Global Country of World Peace, laid out the plan for financing the housing of 4,000 Vedic Pandits who will come as soon as possible to perform Yogic Flying and Yagya for the creation of invincibility in 18 countries throughout Europe.
Dr Morris said that, based on the required number of Yogic Flyers for the square root of one per cent of the population of each of these countries, Vedic Pandits will come from India to supplement the local Yogic Flyers already present in these 18 countries. In this way, invincibility will be created for all these nations simultaneously and immediately.
The total construction project, which involves building small wooden buildings designed according to Maharishi Sthapathya Veda, will cost an estimated 58 million euros for 4,000 Vedic Pandits, with two thirds being provided by financial institutions and one third coming from the citizens the Global Country of World Peace—one million euros from each of the 18 countries, which could be accomplished by 100 individuals contributing, investing, or raising 10,000 euros each.
Dr Morris praised all the Yogic Flyers of these countries for their continued inspiration, dedication, and enthusiasm. He urged every European citizen to take advantage of this 'golden chance for an invincible nation' by immediately doing everything possible to raise the one million Euros for his nation.
For further information on creating invincibility for your nation, please visit: www.globalgoodnews.com/invincibility.html
For more information about Maharishi Sthapathya Veda visit: http://maharishi-programmes.globalgoodnews.com/vedic-architecture/index.html
For more information about Yogic Flying visit: http://permanentpeace.org/technology/yogic_flying.html
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