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Global Country of World Peace on 'Peace Line' in Northern Ireland - Part 1
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2 May 2007
Invincibility in the collective consciousness in Northern Ireland is rising fast, as reflected in the establishment of a peaceful power-sharing government once again.
Around this time last year, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Founder of the Global Country of World Peace, requested all countries to look for land to build Invincibility Schools. Land with very good Vastu (orientation), according to the principles of Vedic Architecture, has now been acquired in Belfast right on a 'Peace Line'. Peace Lines are areas in Belfast where walls were built between Protestant and Catholic areas for security reasons.
Over the years Belfast has become famous for its graphic wall-paintings, reflecting the changing levels of coherence and harmony in the collective consciousness of the area. Recently the government instituted a programme allocating funds for people to paint over those walls, and some very beautiful paintings are emerging, along with frequent guided bus tours of tourists coming to view the wall art.
When the land for the school was acquired, right on one of these walls, the Founders of Invincibility for Northern Ireland decided to put up their own wall-paintings. An artist was commissioned to make two beautiful paintings for the Global Country of World Peace. The east-facing wall now shows the Global Country of World Peace, with the Earth and solar system, a beautiful large rainbow, and the planets depicted in 3D, so they actually project outward from the wall. On the north-facing wall, in bright yellow, is depicted the flag of the Global Country of World Peace.
'We watched with great interest when the paintings were first done,' said Andrea Gribben, Founder of Invincibility for Northern Ireland, 'because there is still a lot of fear and stress in this area, and we were strangers coming in here, and people didn't know who or what we were. We didn't know how they would react. And we knew that if people didn't like what we put on the walls, they would just throw paint at them. But the paintings now have been there from last September and everyone loves them, it just brightens up the whole area. You couldn't not like them.'
The paintings are on the main road coming out of the centre of Belfast, and thousands of people see them every day, gaining the inspiration of the Global Country of World Peace and its programmes to create invincibility for their nation, and peace and harmony throughout the world.
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