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1 June 2009
Since the Global Good News website was launched 12 January 2004, every day more people around the world have been visiting the site and appreciating the rise of a better time dawning in the world. There have been more than 1,395,000 visits to the site.
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The Global Good News website records the historic transformation of time, from the age of ignorance to the Age of Enlightenment—from a time of darkness, suffering, and problems to a glorious new civilization for all mankind, 'Heaven on Earth'.
During the past fifty years, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's programmes have introduced enlightenment to millions of people around the world, and the world is witnessing the signs of a new awakening in every field in the direction of Heaven on Earth.
GlobalGoodNews.com is a global meeting point for all that is positive, progressive, and totally enriching to life—educating the public in the total knowledge of Natural Law, documenting the trends of rising world consciousness, and highlighting the success of Maharishi's programmes around the globe.
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