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Production of Vedic Observatories in Meru, Holland
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23 March 2008
At the European Capital of the Global Country of World Peace, in Meru, Holland, the Maharishi Vedic Observatory is now being produced for worldwide distribution. During a recent Maharishi Global Family Chat on the Maharishi Channel, Dr Tim Fitz-Randolph, master craftsman of the Vedic Observatories, gave a fascinating presentation of these ancient Vedic instruments used for observing the universe.
'Every culture around the world has a tradition of building observatories,' Dr Fitz-Randolph explained, 'like Stonehenge in England and Machu Picchu in Peru. And now Maharishi has revived this knowledge which was lost for thousands of years. The purpose of the Vedic Observatory is to align the individual awareness with the intelligence expressed throughout the cosmos, to align one's physiology with the physiology of the universe'.
'Each Yantra, or ''instrument'', of the Vedic Observatory is based on the principle of the sun dial. The size of each instrument is about human size, and the Yantras are arranged in a circle with a structure representing the Rk Veda, the Constitution of the Universe, in the middle.'
The Observatories are being produced in precasting workshops in Meru and are ready to be shipped to every Maharishi Tower of Invincibility and College of Vedic Medicine throughout the world. A team of experts will then assemble the more than 365 parts of the Vedic Observatory on site in about two weeks time.
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