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Greek Invincibility Centre to be near Aristotle's first university of total knowledge
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7 May 2007
Dr Demetrios Glykas, Founder of Invincibility and National Leader of the Global Country of World Peace in Greece, reported that the creation of two permanent groups of Yogic Flyers, one in northern Greece and the other in the south, will bring invincibility to the nation.
Plans are under way to create university facilities for 400 students in Athens and 200 additional students in northern Greece, in the city of Naousa. The facilities in northern Greece will be five kilometres from an important location in the ancient Macedonian civilization—the famous Cave of Aristotle that was the first university of total knowledge at which Alexander the Great and other students studied natural law.
The Naousa site, where facilities are planned for 100 young men and 100 young women, has excellent mountain views to the east. Dr Glykas explained that the architectural drawings also include administrative offices and a spa for Maharishi Ayur-Veda treatments 'in that beautiful, clear, holy atmosphere of Greece'. The town administration has responded favorably to the plans.
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