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National Maharishi Yagya programme to support rising invincibility in Latin America
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21 September 2010
A new brochure about the Maharishi Jyotish and Yagya programme has recently been translated into Spanish, which will help promote more use of these technologies throughout Latin America.
Dr Chris Crowell, Minister of Religion and Culture for the Global Country of World Peace, explained that National Yagyas, which are performed by Maharishi Vedic Pandits, can provide a powerful complement to national invincibility groups of Yogic Flyers.*
'Latin America, especially, is already doing so much from the angle of Yogic Flying groups for the creation of national and continental invincibility,' said Dr Crowell, explaining that the Maharishi Yagya Programme, utilized to a greater extent, would support the success of this initiative. The Yagyas, he added, promote an upsurge of Natural Law from the <Unified Field, bringing good fortune to the nation.
Several countries in Latin America have already enjoyed the benefits of National Yagya performances—some of them once a month—but the translation of the new informational materials into Spanish could inspire nations to make further use of this technology.
Leaders of many Latin American nations realize that Yagyas can enhance the effect of coherence-creating groups, said Raja Jose Luis Alvarez, Raja of Invincible Latin America for the Global Country. 'The performances will naturally provide a tool for expanding already-existing programmes.'
* Dr Crowell's report was featured on the 21 September 2010 Maharishi Global Family Chat, broadcast daily via Internet webcast on the Maharishi Channel, Channel 3.
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