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Media coverage of Invincible Denmark University - Part III
by Global Good News staff writer
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4 December 2007
Dr Bjarne Landsfeldt, Raja (Administrator) of Denmark for the Global Country of World Peace, reported on coverage of the recently inaugurated Invincible Denmark University in the national media and on the University of Copenhagen's website, as well indications of rising collective consciousness in the nation.
As reported in Part II* of this article, Dr Landsfeldt read an article about the Invincible Denmark University that was featured on the front page of the national newspaper Information.
The article covered in great detail the grand inauguration of the university and Dr Landsfeldt's initiative to create national invincibility, in which the university plays a key role.
'The crime rate will fall dramatically, terrorism will stop, the economy will boom, and unemployment will disappear,' the article stated. Scientific research has demonstrated that such a rise in positivity can be created when the square root of one per cent of the population—about 250 people for Denmark—practises Transcendental Meditation and Yogic Flying together, the article reported.
The article also reported on the talk of 'the famous quantum physicist, Dr John Hagelin' [who is also the Raja of Invincible America]. 'All enemies that a country might have will quickly be turned into friends. This phenomenon of reduced . . . stress in a country is the most thoroughly researched of all phenomena in the history of social sciences' the article stated, paraphrasing Dr Hagelin's words.
Dr Landsfeldt also spoke about indications of rising collective consciousness in Denmark. It was recently reported, he said, that the capital city of Copenhagen sells the highest per centage of organic products—10 per cent of all products sold are organic.
In addition, the government has announced the establishment of two new government ministries, Dr Landsfeldt continued: the Ministry for Environment and Climate, as a preparation for the United Nations summit on climate that will take place in Copenhagen in 2009; and the Ministry for Health and Prevention. Dr Landsfeldt commented on the great significance of a government having a Ministry for prevention in the area of health, and how these new ministries reflect a rise in the collective consciousness of Denmark, resulting in more holistic thinking in the government.
*(Please also see Part I of this article, which highlights the announcement about the Invincible Denmark University featured on the University of Copenhagen's website.)
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