Defending our Food

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“Achieving an environmentally sustainable, GMO free, humane agriculture system, to ensure pure nutritious food for the health and enlightenment of the American people.”

We invite everyone who cares about what they and their families eat to contribute to a special event in world history: performance of a Vedic Yagya to ensure pure and nutritious food, by achieving an environmentally sustainable, GMO free, humane agriculture system.

As the visionary co-CEO of the Chipotle restaurant chain, Steve Ellis puts it: “Genetically modified foods hold out promises that are at best untested, and at worst unrealistic. Traditional edible plants and animals have evolved alongside humans over thousands of years, to provide the people who eat them with essential nourishment. In exchange for this, we have an obligation to those plants and animals to keep caring for them responsibly.”

An unprecedented opportunity exists for helping to align national law with natural law.  From May 20-30, a group of specially trained Vedic scholars will perform a national Yagya for the United States.  The intent of the performance will be: “Achieving an environmentally sustainable, GMO free, humane agriculture system to ensure pure nutritious food, for the health and enlightenment of the American people.”

Yayga is a technology to generate life-supporting influences for counteracting and enhancing the trends of time for producing a desired result.  What determines the outcome of the Yagya is the collective intention which inspires it. The more support there is for its performance, the more powerful the effect.  In order to bring an end to the genetic engineering of our food – and to replenish the land, the farmers who care for it, and the people and creatures it sustains, we invite your participation in this epic event.  Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, who revived the ancient Vedic science of Yagya, taught: “Through Yagya everything is possible.

Everyone can contribute something.  This is more than a request for funds.  If you are able to contribute financially, please visit:  https://donate.vedicpandits.org/nationalyagya/donation.php and donate generously. The deadline for donations is May 14.

Your children’s children thank you!

To contribute to the Truth in Labeling Coalition, please visit:  http://truthinlabelingcoalition.org/donate/

For more information about the Maharishi National Yagya Program, please visit: http://www.nationalyagya.org.

 

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