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Raising the Flag of Invincibility in countries of Europe and Africa
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24 January 2008
On a recent Global Family Chat, broadcast over the internet on the Maharishi Channel (Channel 3), Dr Peter Swan, Minister of Communication of the the Global Country of World Peace, presented more inspiring photos of the 12 January 2008, Global Celebrations in Europe and Africa.
Dr Swan reported that in the Ukraine, in the domain of Raja (Administrator) Emmanuel Schiffgens, Raja of Invincible Germany, the Flag of Invincibility was raised and in the photograph everyone is cheering and waving.
In Bosnia, under the Chief Administrator and Director for Bosnia, the group collected together to express their devotion, gratitude, and appreciation to Maharishi.
In Germany, again under Raja Emmanuel Schiffgens, in the Brahmasthan* of the country, the Flag of Invincibility was flying high on 18 hectares of land owned by the Global Country of World Peace in Germany.
On two hectares of land in Cologne, flag raising and Guru Puja** was performed in stormy weather.
At Erfuhrt, the flag was raised on one hectare of land near the Brahmasthan of Germany.
In Hamburg the flag was raised and the commitment was expressed to create an invincible Germany.
At Obersvelde, on 13 hectares of land, which is the home of German Purusha***, the dedicatory message was read out and the flag raised with other country flags flying proudly around in a circle. Also at a private Vastu**** home the Flag of Invincibility was raised.
In Udem, on two hectares of land, another home of Purusha, the Flag of Invincibility was raised and the commitment made to create Invincibility for Germany.
In Sulsdorf, on 25 hectares near Berlin, in a beautiful forest, Guru Puja was performed and the Flag of Invincibility raised.
In Switzerland, in Seelisberg, the home of Maharishi for many years in the 70's and 80's, the flag was raised in front of the Hotel Sonnenberg, in very snowy weather.
In Invincible Holland on behalf of Raja Wilhelm Meijles, the dedication was read after Guru Puja. The Flag of Invincibility was raised in the Brahmasthan of Holland, and having broken ground, offerings were made in Bhumi Puja*****.
Ivory Coast—a group gathered and raised the flag expressing their determination to create an invincible Ivory Coast in West Africa.
Please see also the Global Good News article Part I and Part II for other countries where flag raising celebrations took place on 12 January 2008.
* The Brahmasthan: the most auspicious central point of a country.
** Guru Puja: Vedic performance of gratitude to the Tradition of Vedic Masters.
*** Purusha: The term Purusha refers to those single men taking part in the Maharishi Purusha Programme. Please visit www.purusha.org for further information.
**** Vastu: Architecture built according to Vastu Vidya, the knowledge of Maharishi Sthapatya Veda.
***** Bhumi Puja: Vedic performance in celebration of Mother Earth.
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