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Plan for an invincible Germany - Part III
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26 September 2007
Colonel Günther Chasse, a former officer of the German armed forces recently presented a plan to create invincibility in Germany. The plan includes establishing five Invincibility Schools with 200 students each, building six new hospitals that integrate the best of modern medicine with Maharishi's Vedic Approach to Health , and constructing beautiful facilities for a group of 1,000 Yogic Flyers.
As reported in Part I and Part II of this article, Colonel Chasse recently presented an opportunity to the people of Germany to create invincibility for their nation for the cost of just half a Euro per family per month.
However, he said, in addition to this, 'We must crown Germany [with invincibility from] our own resources.'
Colonel Chasse reported that to achieve this goal, the first step is to establish five Invincibility Schools with 200 students each. The first school will be located in the Tower of Invincibility which is to be built in the Brahmasthan—geographical centre—of the nation.
The second step, he said, is to build six new hospitals that will offer a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic approaches, providing both the most modern and most ancient systems of health care. A Maharishi College of Vedic Medicine will be associated with each new hospital. The first one will be built near Cologne, where additional land is currently being acquired for the project.
'The third step' Colonel Chasse said, 'is to build for 1,000 Yogic Flyers or Vedic Pandits near Hanover.' The project is moving ahead with success. Beautiful land has been acquired, and the largest construction company in the area has agreed to accept the Raam Global Development Currency for their work.
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