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New Vastu housing built in Africa
by Global Good News staff writer

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11 July 2007

Dr Christopher Crowell, Minister of Religion, Culture, and Language of the Global Country of World Peace, reports expansion of construction projects utilizing the principles of Maharishi Sthapatya Veda architecture in Africa.

Dr Crowell reports that two houses are currently being built according to the timeless laws of Vastu. The first home being built according to Vastu is in Nigeria. The other Vastu home is being built in Ghana in the region of Accra, the capital of Ghana.

In addition to these individual homes, 250 acres have been acquired in Ghana for a large development of fortune-creating Vastu homes. Out of these 250 acres, 70 acres are reserved for a campus for Maharishi Vedic Pandits to come and bless Ghana with invincibility for all times to come, a Maharishi Central University campus, and a Maharishi Invincibility School.

This development is being planned in the area of Prampram which, Dr Crowell pointed out, contains the word Ram, and therefore must have a strong link to the eternal tradition of total Natural Law.

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