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Progress in the Brahmasthan of Norway
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17 July 2007
The Global Country of World Peace has secured a permanent lease for the Norwegian Brahmasthan (geographical centrepoint of the country, according to Vedic Architecture), in the municipality of Snosa.
At the point of the Brahmasthan in Middle Norway, the terrain is quite mountainous, isolated, and unpolluted. The municipality has 2,000 lakes, in an area of 2,300 square metres, and has a population of 2,200—less than one person per sq m, living mainly at the lake-side to the west. The rest is mainly forest.
'Incorporation Nature' is the slogan of the municipality, which is very appropriate for the activities of the Global Country of World Peace, and the symbol of the municipality is a mountain rose.
'What is left for us to do now,' said Dr Odd Loset, National Leader of the GCWP and founder of Invincibility for Norway, 'is to take the exact co-ordinates and see how we will design a monument to mark the location of the centre point of Norway.'
The proposal is to fly four flags at the Brahmasthan—flags of the Global Country of World Peace; of Norway; of the Sami people, who have lived in the area for a long time; and also of the municipality.
Dr Loset also noted that the decision of the municipality to welcome this project occurred during a recent coherence-creating World Peace Assembly of Yogic Flyers in Norway—a sign of rising invincibility within the nation.
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