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Signs of rising coherence continue on 4th month, 20th day of 'Invincible Holland' assembly
by Global Good News staff writer
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7 August 2006
Since the full moon in April, 400 Governors and Sidhas of the Global Country of World Peace have been assembled at the Capital of the Global Country of World Peace in MERU, Holland. They have come from all over Europe and are being trained personally by Maharishi to make their own countries invincible upon their return home after the assembly. Many positive changes for Holland are taking place during the assembly.
At present, the assembly is creating invincibility for Holland, since 400 Yogic Flyers flying together in one place is the 'Super Radiance' number required for the 16 million citizens of Holland.
Signs of Holland rising to invincibility, through the assembly of 400 experts trained in the science and art of creating coherence through Maharishi's Technologies of Consciousness, are seen in today's reports from the press.
- The press reports that the Dutch Cabinet has made it easier for companies to shift to a new pension plan for employees.
- The press reports that real estate investments in the first half of 2006 were 14% higher than last year, with investments over €3.2 billion—mostly from foreign investment companies. If this positive trend continues, then the 2006 will be a record year.
- Seatools in Numansdorp has invented a machine that can bury oil pipes in the bottom of the ocean to prevent them from being damaged by moving icebergs, the press reports.
- In a plan for 'lifelong learning' the Education Council wants to enable at least half of Dutch children to study at the university or college level by 2010. The plan will also stipulate that employed citizens who want to further their education can also take classes as part of the lifelong learning programme, the press reports.
- The press reports that the Dutch Separation Technology Institute (DSTI) has opened in Amersfoort. Separation technology is a key technology for the food, pharmaceutical, oil and gas, and chemical and process water industry. DSTI is a co-operation between industry, universities, and institutes, which aims at speeding up innovation processes and making them more efficient. Apart from developing knowledge, the institute focuses on the demonstration and application of new and improved separation technologies. The result will be a considerable improvement in the competitive position of the Dutch process industry. DSTI is to develop into an institute that is internationally acknowledged as a 'Centre of Excellence', with good ties to trade and industry, and knowledge centres. One quarter of the €30 million budget is paid for by industry.
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