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Latin America: Plans set for expansion of Yogic Flying groups, to bring continental invincibility
by Global Good News staff writer
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21 September 2010
A Prevention Wing of the military in southern Latin America will be expanding its group of Yogic Flyers to a number large enough to create an invincible influence of peace, prosperity, and harmony for the whole continent. At the same time, an association of schools in the north will be increasing its Yogic Flying group so as to ensure invincibility for all of Latin America as well.
Raja Jose Luis Alvarez, Raja of Invincible Latin America for the Global Country of World Peace, said that two units, each with 1,500 men, will join the current group of 500 military and security officers practising Yogic Flying together daily. 'With this new group of 3,500 in the Prevention Wing, we surpass the number necessary for continental invincibility, and in this way have a safety net in case some members are unable to participate,' he explained.
The association of schools in northern Latin America will soon increase its group from 980 to a number sufficient for continental invincibility. In addition, a Vastu hall (designed according to Vedic architecture) for group practice of Yogic Flying will soon be constructed for this school area, to be completed by 17 October this year.
'We look forward to a new wave of positive developments for all of Latin America after the establishment of these two invincibility groups,' added Raja Luis in closing.
* Raja Luis's report was featured on the 21 September 2010 Maharishi Global Family Chat, broadcast daily via Internet webcast on the Maharishi Channel, Channel 3.
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