Monday October 16, 2006


October 16, 2006

Today is the 79th day since the start of our Invincible America Course, and there continue to be indications of U.S. national consciousness rising to invincibility, as evidenced by increasingly positive trends in all areas of national life. Previous news reports have highlighted the record-breaking U.S. economic boom since the Course began on July 23. Here we report on positive new environmental, food, and agricultural trends that have appeared in the last few days.

CNN: Organic food, green products go mainstream Mr. Lee Scott, the CEO of Wal-Mart, the world’s largest retail chain, told CNN yesterday: “There can’t be anything good about putting all these chemicals in the air. There can’t be anything good about the smog you see in the cities. Those things are just inherently wrong, whether you are an environmentalist or not.”

The Houston Chronicle: DuPont commits to global sustainability — DuPont Co., a multibillion dollar company, yesterday said it will focus over the next decade on developing environmentally friendly products, using renewable resources, and meeting new pollution-reduction goals.

In the area of diet and healthy food...

USA Today: More university students call for organic, ‘sustainable’ food

The Chicago Tribune: Tougher junk food rule approved in Illinois  Elementary and middle-school pupils will not be able to buy snacks with high fat, sugar, or calorie content before and during the school day under new state rules.

The rise of coherence in national consciousness is also bringing about greater concerns over genetic engineering...
Associated Press: California farmers sour on biotech rice

The Washington Post: Monsanto posts bigger loss for 4th quarter Monsanto, an industry leader in genetically altered crops, posted a bigger-than-expected quarterly loss due to lower revenues from its biotech seed technology.

And finally...
The New York Times: The race to watch: Organic farmer leads race for Iowa secretary of agriculture — Democrat Denise O’Brien is pitted against Republican Bill Northy, a longtime advocate of chemical-based and genetically engineered agriculture, and of high-density factory livestock farming. Unexpectedly, Ms. O’Brien currently leads Mr. Northy by 7 points.

These are just a few of the news reports reflecting America’s rise to invincibility due to the large groups of Yogic Flyers in Maharishi Vedic City and Washington, D.C.



Maharishi Vedic City/Maharishi University of Management
Washington D.C.

Maharishi Vedic City/Maharishi University of Management
Washington D.C.

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