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Expansion of Invincible America Assembly
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30 June 2007
Mayor Bob Wynne of Maharishi Vedic City, Iowa, USA sent out an invitation this week to students about to leave for summer vacation, and for graduating students of Maharishi University of Management and other universities, to stay in Maharishi Vedic City and join the Invincible America Assembly.
There are approximately 2,300 pioneers of the Invincible America Assembly creating invincibility for the nation from Iowa, USA. Plans are moving forward to accommodate another 1,000 participants by this fall.
Over 400 hundred Yogic Flyers are currently participating in the grant programme set up by Drs Howard and Alice Settle and more grants are available for those wishing to participate. (Please visit http://www.invincibleamerica.org/ for more information.)
In the near future another five hundred Vedic Pandits from India will be joining the group already in Maharishi Vedic City, Iowa. About ten new Vastu homes for them are arriving each week from the manufacturer. Fifty homes have already been designed and built according to the precise Vedic dimensions of Maharishi Sthapatya Veda for the Pandits on their own campus.
In addition, two different housing designs (a small 650 square foot building, and a larger 1,450 square foot building) are available either for rental or for sale, to individuals or families wanting to live permanently in Maharishi Vedic City.
All required infrastructure is currently underway, including fibre optic connectivity, and the expansion of sewage treatment plants, to cater for another thousand people by the fall.
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