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Maharishi's programmes for enlightenment and invincibility reverberating throughout Canada - Part II
by Global Good News staff writer
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27 August 2008
On 18 August 2008, Dr Paul Potter, Raja (Administrator) of Canada for the Global Country of World Peace, reported achievements which are bringing Invincibility to Canada.
Part 1 of this article includes Raja Paul's report on Consciousness-Based Education programmes, Maharishi Sthapatya Veda developments, and the plans for a group of 600 Yogic Flyers in Canada. Continuing this presentation, the Minister of Communications for Canada reported on the completion of the Maharishi Global Radio broadcasting tower.
In October 2005, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Founder of the Global Country of World Peace, inaugurated the 'Island of World Peace' off the coast of Nova Scotia, where the first rays of the rising sun shine on North America. During this event, Maharishi commented on the relationship of traditional Vedic recitation by Maharishi Vedic Pandits, and the native 'First Languages' of the indigenous peoples of Canada. The first eight syllables of Rk Veda, the language of Nature, contain the mechanics of creation and evolution in the sound and sequence of sounds. Maharishi expressed that traditional languages would have these sounds as well.
In May 2006 several researchers met with First Nations leaders and confirmed the correlation between Rk Veda and indigenous languages. The following year Maharishi requested the establishment of a radio tower to broadcast Vedic recitation, and chanting of First Languages 24 hours a day.
Final equipment has been installed and broadcasting is ready to begin.
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