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Hamsa plans island College of Vedic Medicine
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28 August 2007
Dr Janos Szasz, National Leader of Hamsa (Hungary) for the Global Country of World Peace, reported recently that a beautiful 3 ½ hectare parcel of land has been acquired on the eastern side of an island on the Danube River, about 7 kilometres from Budapest, where they plan to build a Peace Palace and a College of Maharishi Vedic Medicine, with facilities for men and lady students and 400 Yogic Flyers. Because the boat traffic on the river flows on the opposite side of the island, Mr Szasz says that their side is 'always very quiet, . . . filled with many very old trees.'
Now that their demolition permit is in place, old buildings on the lot will be demolished, leaving the beautiful trees and scenery. Ten new buildings will rise there, constructed according to Maharishi Sthapatya Veda, and surrounding 'a very beautiful, big building in the middle,' Mr Szasz says; plans include a new building for the group practice of 400 Yogic Flyers, 'and these Yogic Flyers will create invincibility for the country.'
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