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Seven Caribbean countries break ground for Invincibility Towers
by Global Good News staff writer
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12 September 2007
Dr Graham de Freitas, Raja (Administrator) of Minnesota, USA, and the English-speaking Caribbean countries for the Global Country of World Peace, recently reported on the progress and activities of several countries, which were launched during the global celebration of the first month of Global Raam Raj.
That celebration occurred on the first full moon after the traditional world-wide Guru Purnima celebrations, when groundbreaking ceremonies were held in many countries around the world for Maharishi Towers of Invincibility.
Seven island countries which had not performed their ground-breaking ceremonies on Guru Purnima completed them in full-moon ceremonies one month later. Dominica was one of these; and with a population of 69,000, it needs only 26 Yogic Flyers practising Maharishi's TM-Sidhi Programme together to achieve invincibility for the nation. Saint Kitts also completed these auspicious ceremonies; and to safeguard the peace, prosperity, and harmony of their country they need only 20 people practising Yogic Flying as a group.
Jamaica, the largest island in the Caribbean, with 2.7 million people and an invincibility requirement of 165 Yogic Flyers, included the anthem of the Global Country of World Peace as part of its ground-breaking ceremony. Joe George, who travelled from Guadelupe to the island of Antigua to organize their ground-breaking ceremony, is pursuing the possibility to acquire a government award of land for Antigua's Tower of Invincibility.
The first country in the world to achieve invincibility from an Invincibility School was Trinidad and Tobago. Asked to 'be kind to their neighbours', their National Leader David Lee, accompanied by Dr Richard Thompson, a faculty member of Maharishi University of Management, toured several island countries to help them achieve the same goal. In Granada they organized ground-breaking ceremonies, and found a long-time practitioner of Maharishi's Transcendental Meditation, who offered land for invincibility projects. They are also exploring leasing land from the government for an Invincibility School.
In Saint Vincent and the Grenadines the team found great interest in starting a Consciousness-Based vocational school, as well as very strong possibilities for support for Invincibility Schools from both government and the private sector. They held a ground-breaking ceremony; they met with a newspaper publisher who published a good article about their tour; and they also spoke with a group that is interested in organizing a Vedic Organic Dairy Cooperative there.
In Barbados, with 280,000 people and an invincibility threshold of 53, their lecture was attended by over 100 people expressing great interest in beginning an Invincibility School there. They also found possibilities in the business community, and broke ground for a Tower of Invincibility. For their work in enlivening the Caribbean island countries, Dr de Freitas congratulated Mr Lee and Dr Thompson warmly on their 'great creativity and boldness in presenting Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's knowledge in this way'.
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