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For Immediate Release • August 1, 2007

Contact: Norman Zierold


Directors of the Global Financial Capital of New York
to Present the Science and Technology of the Unified Field
to Prevent Disease, Promote Health, and Reduce Costs

To Establish in Every Country High Class Medical Colleges
and Production Facilities for Healthy Medicines


Thursday, August 2 • 11:30 AM
Global Financial Capital of New York • 70 Broad Street

Directors of the Global Financial Capital of New York will present the science and technology of the Unified Field to prevent disease, promote health, and reduce costs during the “Global Conference on Unified Field-Based Health.”

The global conference will be held on Thursday, August 2, 11:30 a.m. at the Global Financial Capital of New York, 70 Broad Street, which is one block from the New York Stock Exchange.

Keynote speakers will include Dr. John Hagelin, world-renowned quantum physicist and executive director of the International Center for Invincible Defense, and Dr. Bevan Morris, Prime Minister of the Global Country of World Peace.

“The prevailing system of health care in every country is completely inadequate to prevent disease, and even to cure disease. Modern medicine is famous for its poisonous side effects,” said Dr. Morris, who also serves as the President of Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa. “Therefore, it is vital that a new and healthy system of health care is promoted. For this it is vitally necessary that we undertake to establish high class medical colleges and production facilities for healthy medicines in every country.”

Dr. Morris emphasized the need for this new Unified Field-based approach to health, saying that the “high heap of hazards” of modern medicine is rising higher every day. “More than 19,000 review articles have been published in scientific journals summarizing the hazardous side-effects of modern medicines and medical practice.” Dr. Morris said.

Members of the press are invited to attend in person the global conference, or else to view the conference live on the Internet at

(For details of investment needed for new schools and hospitals to be created in 37 countries, see

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