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Maharishi Tower of Invincibility to be built near Niagara Falls, Canada
by Global Good News staff writer
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15 June 2009
A Maharishi Tower of Invincibility is to be built on 200 acres (81 hectares) of beautiful land owned by the Global Country of World Peace near Niagara Falls in Canada. A community of 600 Yogic Flyers, the number required for creating invincibility for Canada, will be created on 90 acres of this land.
Raja Paul Potter, Raja of Invincible Canada, and Dr William Overall, National Director for Canada, recently showed the plans and design for this community. 'The tower is central and pivotal to the whole site,' Dr Overall said, 'and it will be a community of Vedic knowledge.'
The community will actually include 70 different buildings: condominiums and apartments; three large hotels with spas and restaurants; as well as office buildings and research innovation laboratories for green technologies. Plans also include a conservatory with an array of herbs, flowers, and different kinds of botanical gardens, as well as a retail shopping plaza.
Raja Paul and Dr Overall are working with local officials and hope to start building as soon as possible. 'We are feeling very inspired to move quickly to complete this Tower,' said Dr Overall.
Raja Paul said that 40 Canadian Teachers of Transcendental Meditation were very inspired by attending the Paul McCartney benefit concert in New York City, and the press conference held right before the concert. Along with Dr Ashley Deans they all visited 70 Broad Street, the home of the Global Financial Capital of New York, and made plans to introduce Consciousness-Based Education throughout Canada.
Global Good News will soon feature Dr Ashley Deans' report about this visit to New York.
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