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Maharishi Purusha Capital of the Western World: Dr Bevan Morris recognizes project leaders
by Global Good News staff writer

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14 July 2009

On 9 July 2009, a special presentation on the Maharishi Purusha Capital of the Western World, West Virginia, USA, was broadcast live from MERU, Holland, International Capital of the Global Country of World Peace, and from the Maharishi Patanjali Golden Dome, Fairfield, Iowa, USA. To open the event, Dr Bevan Morris gave a detailed introduction to the grand project of establishing the Purusha Capital.

Please also see Part I of Dr Morris's speech on this occasion, during which he explains Maharishi's reasons for wanting to establish a Purusha Capital of the Western World, as well as his criteria for the project. In addition, see Part I and Part II of the Global Good News article summarizing other speeches during this special presentation.

Dr Morris continued his address, describing how, under Maharishi's guidance, the perfect land for the building of the Purusha Capital was located. At first another state was being considered. Then one day, Maharishi was speaking to Raja Bob LoPinto, Raja of Invincible South Africa, who mentioned that 'there was a Teacher of the Transcendental Meditation Programme in West Virginia who had developed a resort over the years with his family, and he knew all the luminaries of West Virginia. This man, Randall Ashelman, to whom Maharishi soon gave the title "Mastermind", had all of West Virginia at his fingertips,' Dr Morris said. So the decision was made to look in West Virginia for this place for Purusha*.

'Over the next three weeks, Raja LoPinto and Mr Ashelman drove up and down the state—a couple of thousand miles—and called Maharishi every day. Each time, Maharishi wanted to know: "What is the view today? Number one, two, or three?" They found many locations, and Maharishi also sent Dr Eike Hartmann, Minister of Architecture for the Global Country of World Peace, and Dr Roger Audet, Surveyor General.' Finally a place was found in a very beautiful location.

Dr Morris congratulated and thanked the leaders who made the Purusha Capital possible, as well as emphasizing the importance of the project for the nation—'and all of this under the blessing of the Raja of Invincible America, Raja John Hagelin, who has this now as a shining star, a brilliant star in the galaxy of his nation, of his domain.'

In the coming days, Global Good News will feature the concluding remarks of Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaram, First Ruler of the Global Country of World Peace, on this occasion.

* Maharishi has explained that Purusha means the Self, the quality of infinite silence of the Unified Field of Natural Law. Maharishi designed the Maharishi Purusha Programme for men who wish to dedicate themselves fulltime to the most rapid pace of evolution and to creating world peace, through extended group practice of the Transcendental Meditation Sidhi Programme; and through their Administration through Silence, fulfilling the goals of the Global Country of World Peace in 192 countries of the world. Several members of Purusha are Rajas of the Global Country of World Peace with universal domain.

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