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News on Preventing an Enemy from Arising with Invincible Defense Technology (IDT) Revised version of the 27 November 2009 issue
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Taking The Men Who Stare at Goats Seriously
Dr. Leffler Speaks at Institute for Defense and Business
Canadian Centres for Teaching Peace Publishes Invincible Defense Paper
New Video: PTSD and Transcendental Meditation
Brazilian Government will Train 1.5 Million People
CAMS Advisor Featured in British Publication
Publications About Invincible Defense

Invincible Defense Technology News keeps you up-to-date on how Invincible Defense Technology (IDT) is being accepted worldwide. Be the first to know which countries are invincible, which leaders are accepting IDT, IDT events, new books, media coverage and more.

Sincerely,

David Leffler, Ph.D.

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Taking The Men Who Stare at Goats Seriously 

The Men Who Stare At GoatsEditorial by Dr. David Leffler

Published in Frontier India World Affairs (India), The Seoul Times (South Korea), Garoweonline (Somalia, Radio Garowe), Senegambia News (Gambia), The Liberian Dialogue (Liberia), Dhivehi Observer (Maldives), The Colombo Times (Sri Lanka), Australia.To (Tonga), News Blaze (Australia) and Chowk (United States.)

I saw the movie The Men Who Stare at Goats with interest. I enjoyed the movie for what it was - a satirical look at the US military's attempt to develop more of the full potential of their warriors using so-called paranormal approaches. Unfortunately, words like "paranormal" and "supernatural" are loaded terms which carry negative connotations. For this reason, scientists are hesitant to associate themselves with people who profess interest in such things. However, since I have already been associated with one of the real-life characters of the book and movie, I would like to discuss the real-life military possibility of using more of the potential of the human mind through my area of expertise - Invincible Defense Technology (IDT).

In The Men Who Stare at Goats, the character General Hopgood (played by Stephen Lang) is based on Major General Albert Stubblebine, US Army (Retired), a former commander of the US Army Intelligence & Security Command (INSCOM). He is satirically portrayed as attempting to walk through walls without success. In both the book and movie, a soldier under his command allegedly killed a goat by staring at it. In real life, Stubblebine served as a consultant on my Consciousness-Based Military Defense doctoral committee at The Union Institute & University. He was an intelligent pioneer in the development of human resource technologies for the US Army. Stubblebine understood the latent potential of the human mind, and, that warriors would eventually be trained to harness it. Jon Ronson wrote in his book, The Men Who Stare at Goats, "General Stubblebine passionately believes the First Earth Battalion doctrine that every human being alive was capable of performing supernatural miracles." [The entire editorial is available on the India Frontier World Affairs website.]

Dr. Leffler Speaks at Institute for Defense and Business

While attending the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) meeting in Washington, D.C. recently, Dr. David Leffler met Van W. Noah, PE, the Program Director at Institute for Defense and Business and informed him about Invincible Defense Technology. Dr. Leffler was invited to speak at what was called the "Invincible Military Lunch" for the distinguished list of military members representing all services and civilian leaders who were in attendance at the Logtech Advanced Program in Logistics and Technology held on November 1 - 6, 2009.

When word got out about the topic of Dr. Leffler's presentation, extra chairs had to be brought in to accommodate the people who signed up at the last minute for his talk. The presentation was well received and after it was over, almost everyone (including people who did not attend the talk) wanted a copy of the DVD by Dr. John Hagelin, Executive Director, International Center for Invincible Defense, titled Achieving National Invincibility. (An edited transcription of the DVD is also available online.)

 
Van W. Noah, David Leffler, Mark C. CramerPictured: Van W. Noah, PE, Dr. David Leffler, and Mr. Mark C. Cramer, the president of the Institute for Defense and Business (IDB) and executive director of the Center of Excellence in Logistics and Technology (LOGTECH) at UNC Chapel Hill.
Canadian Centres for Teaching Peace Publishes Invincible Defense Paper

In 2001, shortly after 9/11, the Canadian Centres for Teaching Peace published a pioneering article titled "Invincible Defense: A New "Secret Weapon!" It discussed the benefits gained from deployment of Invincible Defense Technology by the Mozambique Prevention Wing of the Military. Now the Canadian Centres for Teaching Peace has followed up and published a comprehensive scientific study about the effects of Mozambique's Prevention Wing of the Military. The study, by Guy David Hatchard, Ph.D., and Kenneth Cavanaugh, Ph.D., also examined the effects of
Prof. Kenneth Cavanaughother coherence-creating groups on other countries as well. It is available online and titled "The Peace and Well Being of Nations: An Analysis of Improved Quality of Life and Enhanced Economic Performance Through the Maharishi Effect in New Zealand, Norway, USA, Cambodia, and Mozambique - A Longitudinal, Cross-Country, Panel-Regression Analysis of the IMD Index of National Competitive Advantage."

New Video: PTSD and Transcendental Meditation (TM)

The issue of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) has gained public attention in an unexpected way. There has been a revelation that, in the past, the military medical establishment has failed on major fronts to provide the very best treatment deserved by military personnel returning from conflict.

The Transcendental Meditation (TM) program is a scientifically validated, cost-effective solution that could be easily and quickly implemented.



David George, former Infantryman 101st Airborne Division, US Army, appears in a new video (click to watch the video now) describing his experiences practicing the TM program. For more information see: 

Stress reduction Using the Transcendental Meditation Program: Solution to Problems Arising from Combat Stress -- Col. Brian M. Rees and Dr. David R. Leffler gave this presentation at the Seoul National University & Korea Military Academy-sponsored international conference.
Brazilian Government will train 1.5 Million People

It will be interesting to see who will win the Race for "Inner Space." The Netherlands (Holland), Trinidad and Tobago, Bolivia, Peru and Colombia now have fully operational Unified Field-Based Defense Systems. The Brazilian government announced that it will start training 1.5 million people (civilians) for their defense system. Guyana, Mexico and Guatemala will probably be fully operational in December. For details about the first phase of the Brazilian project, see this AFP video from Rio News: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abiOrpuHQ5s.

Between 1987 and 1988 a number of Brazilian state governments introduced the Transcendental Meditation program to their military police. More than twenty-six thousand police officers of all ranks were instructed. Military Police work is often dangerous and extremely stressful. The increasing demands of contemporary military police work are reflected in the many stress-related problems experienced by such personnel, including psychosomatic disease, high suicide rates, high divorce rates, reduced lifespan, increased disciplinary problems and poor community relations. Invincible Defense Technology is a holistic program which eliminates these stress-related problems and unfolds the warrior's full potential. For more information see:

Brazilian Military Police Pictures -- Brazilian warriors learned Invincible Defense Technology as part of their military training. A number of Brazilian state governments introduced the technology. More than twenty-six thousand military police officers of all ranks were instructed.

Scientific Research Conducted On Invincible Defense Technology By Brazilian Scientists -- Charts illustrating significant improvements in health and discipline by military police officers and cadets in the State of Bahia, Brazil and the Military Police Academy of Piaui, Brazil, who likewise experienced significant improvements.


Brazilian Warrior contacting the Unified Field

Military Police meditating in a highly acclaimed program of meditation for Military Police, 1987-88.

CAMS Advisor Featured in British Publication


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Lt. Col. (Ret.) Gunter Chassé, Center for Advanced Military Science(CAMS) International Advisory Board member, was featured in Britain's national Transcendental Meditation News magazine's special feature issue (2009, No. 1) devoted to Invincible Defense Technology. Chassé is a retired German Air Force officer with 40 years of decorated military experience. The article titled describes his presentations about Invincible Defense Technology to military and government leaders and scientists in Denmark, Germany, South Korea, and Georgia in 2008.

As reported in previous issue of Invincible Defense Technology news Marcus Evans Defense invited Lt. Col. Gunter Chassé to brief NATO and EU leaders at the upcoming "Countering IEDs Europe" conference in Berlin, Germany. The presentation, titled "Invincible Defense Technology (IDT) as a Means to Prevent the Implementation of IEDs," will be rescheduled on a date to be confirmed.

Publications About Invincible Defense by CAMS Members - Last Half of 2009

The last half of 2009 saw a marked increase in the number of articles about the benefits of Invincible Defense Technology. Articles written by members of the Center for Advanced Military Science (CAMS) were published in the following places:

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David R. Leffler (31 December 2009). Beyond Nuclear Deterrence: A Complementary Protective Approach for Israel. The Seoul Times.

Dr. David R. Leffler (18 December 2009). Transcendental Meditation Could Help Veterans Administration. Op-Ed News.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired) and Dr. David Leffler (16 December 2009). Peace for Uganda? Yes, Says Science On The Maharishi Effect. Op-Ed News.

Dr. David R. Leffler (16 December 2009). Taking The Men Who Stare at Goats Seriously. Op-Ed News.

Dr. Kurt Kleinschnitz and Dr. David Leffler (14 December 2009). The Perfect Military Intervention in Afghanistan. Op-Ed News.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired) and Dr. David Leffler (11 December 2009). Combating terrorism and a world free of nuclear weapons. Holiday.

Dr. Kurt Kleinschnitz and Dr. David Leffler (11 December 2009). The Perfect Military Intervention in Afghanistan. ME Peace.

Dr. Kurt Kleinschnitz and Dr. David Leffler (10 December 2009). The Perfect Military Intervention in Afghanistan. Op-Ed News.

Dr. Kurt Kleinschnitz and Dr. David Leffler (9 December 2009). The Perfect Military Intervention in Afghanistan. The Liberian Dialogue.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired) and Dr. David Leffler (9 December 2009). Could it be True? Peace for Uganda? Yes, Says Science. The African Executive.

Dr. Kurt Kleinschnitz and Dr. David Leffler (8 December 2009). The Perfect Military Intervention in Afghanistan. Nhatky.

Dr. Kurt Kleinschnitz and Dr. David Leffler (8 December 2009). The Perfect Military Intervention in Afghanistan. There Are No Sunglasses.

Dr. Kurt Kleinschnitz and Dr. David Leffler (8 December 2009). The Perfect Military Intervention in Afghanistan. Sengambia News.

Dr. Kurt Kleinschnitz and Dr. David Leffler (8 December 2009). The Perfect Military Intervention in Afghanistan. Colombo Times.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired) and Dr. David Leffler (4 December 2009). Viewpoint on Defence: New 'Technology' Explored. Journal of Turkish Weekly.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired) and Dr. David Leffler (2 December 2009). Viewpoint on Defence: New 'Technology' Explored. Australia.To.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired) and Dr. David Leffler (2 December 2009). Viewpoint on Defence: New 'Technology' Explored. Independent Media Center.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired) and Dr. David Leffler (2 December 2009). Viewpoint on Defence: New 'Technology' Explored. Awatan.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired) and Dr. David Leffler (2 December 2009). Viewpoint on Defence: New 'Technology' Explored. IDN-InDepthNews.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired) and Dr. David Leffler (1 December 2009). Combating Terrorism and Moving Towards a World Free of Nuclear Weapons. Soldier of Africa.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired) and Dr. David Leffler (30 November 2009). Combating Terrorism and Moving Towards a World Free of Nuclear Weapons. The Gov Monitor.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired) and Dr. David Leffler (27 November 2009). Combating Terrorism and Moving Towards a World Free of Nuclear Weapons. News4u.

Dr. David R. Leffler (23 November 2009). Taking The Men Who Stare at Goats Seriously. Chowk.

Dr. David R. Leffler (22 November 2009). Taking The Men Who Stare at Goats Seriously. Senegambia News.

Dr. David R. Leffler (18 November 2009). Taking The Men Who Stare at Goats Seriously. Frontier India World Affairs.

Dr. David R. Leffler (18 November 2009). Taking The Men Who Stare at Goats Seriously. The Liberian Dialogue.

Dr. David R. Leffler (18 November 2009). Taking The Men Who Stare at Goats Seriously. The Colombo Times.Dr. David R. Leffler (18 November 2009). Taking The Men Who Stare at Goats Seriously. Dhivehi Observer.

Dr. David R. Leffler (18 November 2009). Taking The Men Who Stare at Goats Seriously. Australia.To.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired) and Dr. David Leffler (15 November 2009). Creating an Ideal Neighbourhood Where Peace, Progress and Stability are Ensured. Daily Excelsior.

Dr. David R. Leffler (15 November 2009). Taking "The Men Who Stare at Goats" Seriously. The Seoul Times.

Dr. David R. Leffler (12 November 2009). Don't Stare at Goats, Read Robert Oates - Permanent Peace. News Blaze.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired) and Dr. David Leffler (11 November 2009). Creating an Ideal Neighbourhood Where Peace, Progress and Stability are Ensured. PunjabNewsline.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired) and Dr. David Leffler (10 November 2009). Creating an Ideal Neighbourhood Where Peace, Progress and Stability are Ensured. Himtimes.

Dr. Kingsley Brooks and Dr. David Leffler (30 October 2009). Curing Nepal through the Power of Invincible Defense Technology. The Comment Factory.

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David R. Leffler (28 October 2009). Analysis - Give India the Best Defence System in the World. Connect.in.com.

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David R. Leffler (28 October 2009). Analysis - Give India the Best Defence System in the World. Breaking News Online.

Dr. Kingsley Brooks and Dr. David Leffler (25 October 2009). Halt Nepal's Political Unrest Now With Vedic Defence. Nepali Post.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired), Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David Leffler (24 October 2009). Uganda: Science Can Bring Peace to Uganda. Mareeg.

Dr. Kingsley Brooks and Dr. David Leffler (20 October 2009). Halt Nepal's Political Unrest Now With Vedic Defence. Global Politician.

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David R. Leffler (17 October 2009). Australia Needs a Defence System Beyond "Extended Deterrence." News Blaze.

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David R. Leffler (17 October 2009). Give India the Best Defence System in the World. The Frontier Post.

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David R. Leffler (13 October 2009). Give India the Best Defence System in the World. Asian Tribune, Vol. 9 No. 166.

Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Kulwant Singh and Dr. David Leffler (September 2009). Utilizing Powerful Peace-Creating Technologies to Combat Cyber Warfare. Military Writers.

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David R. Leffler (28 September 2009). India Needs a Defence System Beyond Nuclear Weapons. iStockAnalyst.

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David R. Leffler (28 September 2009). What's Hot - Analysis of Recent Happenings: India Needs a Defence System Beyond Nuclear Weapons. India Defence Consultants.

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David R. Leffler (27 September 2009). India Needs a Defence System Beyond Nuclear Weapons. Australia.To.

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David R. Leffler (27 September 2009). India Needs a Defence System Beyond Nuclear Weapons. Voxy.

Professor Mukund D. Apte and Dr. David R. Leffler (14 September 2009). Terrorismo: Una Risposta Vedica (A Vedic Response to Terrorism). Sparks of Light.

rofessor Mukund D. Apte and Dr. David R. Leffler (13 September 2009). A Vedic Response to Terrorism. Deutsche Nachrichten Agentur.

Professor Mukund D. Apte and Dr. David R. Leffler (12 September 2009). A Vedic Response to Terrorism. India Strategic and Defence: World affairs section: Terrorism Subsection.

Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Kulwant Singh and Dr. David Leffler (9 September 2009). Peace for Sudan? Yes, says science - Sudan Tribune. IDT.COM.RU (Russia).

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David R. Leffler (5 September 2009). Iran needs a defense system beyond nuclear umbrellas. Emirates Tribune.

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David R. Leffler (4 September 2009). Iran needs a defense system beyond nuclear umbrellas. Aljazeera Magazine.

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David R. Leffler (4 September 2009). Iran needs a defense system beyond nuclear umbrellas. Qatar Morning Post.

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David R. Leffler (4 September 2009). Iran needs a defense system beyond nuclear umbrellas. Saudi Telegraph.

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David R. Leffler (4 September 2009). Iran needs a defense system beyond nuclear umbrellas. Muslims.

Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Kulwant Singh and Dr. David Leffler (2 September 2009). Peace for Sudan? Yes, says science. Sudan Tribune.

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David R. Leffler (13 August 2009). "Pakistan Must Go Beyond Nuclear Weapons to Obtain Real Invincible Defence - Senegambia..." IDT.COM.RU (Russia).

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David Leffler (12 August 2009). Pakistan Must Go Beyond Nuclear Weapons to Obtain Real Invincible Defence. Senegambia News.

Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Kulwant Singh, Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David Leffler (10 August 2009). The Maharishi Effect: New Defence Technology to prevent terrorism. Google Islamic.

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David Leffler (5 August 2009). Iran Needs a Defense System Beyond Nuclear Umbrellas. Right Side News.

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David Leffler (2 August 2009). Iran Needs a Defense System Beyond Nuclear Umbrellas. Pars Times - Greater Iran & Beyond.

Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Kulwant Singh, Lt. Col. (Ret.) Gunter Chassé and Dr. David Leffler (17 July 2009) An Ideal "Left of the Boom" Counter-IED Technology. Frontier India World Affairs.

Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Kulwant Singh, Lt. Col. (Ret.) Gunter Chassé and Dr. David Leffler (12 July 2009) Invincible Defense Technology--the use of meditation Invincible Defense Technology: The Ideal "Left of the Boom" Counter-IED Technology. The Network of Spiritual Progressives.

Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Kulwant Singh, Lt. Col. (Ret.) Gunter Chassé and Dr. David Leffler (7 July 2009) Invincible Defense Technology: The Ultimate "Left of the Boom" Anti-IED Technology. Sri Lanka News First.

Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Kulwant Singh, Lt. Col. (Ret.) Gunter Chassé and Dr. David Leffler (7 July 2009) Invincible Defense Technology: The Ultimate "Left of the Boom" Anti-IED Technology. The Colombo Times.

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David Leffler (June 2009). South Korea Needs a Defense System Beyond Nuclear Weapons. Korea Post. Vol. 22, No. 6, p. 66-67.

Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Kulwant Singh, Col. Brian Rees, and Dr. David Leffler (22 June 2009). Invincible Defence Technology Receiving More Recognition. Soldier of Africa.

Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Kulwant Singh, Col. Brian Rees, and Dr. David Leffler (17 June 2009). Military Solution to Afghanistan Improbable. Pajhwok Afghan News.

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David Leffler (7 June 2009). How to Defend South Korea: South Korea Needs a Defense System Beyond Nuclear Weapons. Network of Spiritual Progressives.

John Hagelin and Dr. David Leffler (4 June 2009). S. Korea Needs a Defense System Beyond Nuclear Weapons. The Seoul Times.

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David Leffler (1 June 2009). South Korea Needs a Defense System Beyond Nuclear Weapons. Sri Lanka Guardian.

Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David Leffler (1 June 2009). South Korea Needs a Defense System Beyond Nuclear Weapons. Frontier India World Affairs.

Dr. Michael Larrass, Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired) and Dr. David Leffler (21 May 2009). Sri Lanka Guardian: Bomb of Silence - Invincible Defence Technology as a serving to Sri Lanka, Consciousness Research. Paper was first published in the Sri Lanka Guardian. It was originally accepted for publication by the Defence Review Committee for the Sri Lankan Ministry of Defence. It was never published there and the publication is now defunct.

Dr. Michael Larrass, Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired) and Dr. David Leffler (18 May 2009). "Bomb of Silence" - Invincible Defence Technology for Sri Lanka, The Colombo Times. This paper was originally accepted for publication by the Defence Review Committee for the Sri Lankan Ministry of Defence. It was never published there and the publication is now defunct.

Dr. Michael Larrass, Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired) and Dr. David Leffler (17 May 2009). "Bomb of Silence" - Invincible Defence Technology for Sri Lanka, The Sri Lanka Guardian. This paper was originally accepted for publication by the Defence Review Committee for the Sri Lankan Ministry of Defence. It was never published there and the publication is now defunct.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired), Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David Leffler (26 April 2009). Pakistan's Defence is Not Yet "Invincible". Smart Bahu.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired), Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David Leffler (26 April 2009). Pakistan's Defence is Not Yet "Invincible". HCL India.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired), Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David Leffler (26 April 2009). Pakistan's Defence is Not Yet "Invincible". USA Today "Topics".

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired), Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David Leffler (26 April 2009). Pakistan's Defence is Not Yet "Invincible". Broadcastindia.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired), Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David Leffler (26 April 2009). Pakistan's Defence is Not Yet "Invincible". Webnewswire.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired), Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David Leffler (26 April 2009). Pakistan's Defence is Not Yet "Invincible". Presstrust.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired), Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. David Leffler (25 April 2009). Pakistan's Defence is Not Yet "Invincible". Rantburg.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired) and Dr. David Leffler (20 April 2009). Don’t Just Defeat the Enemy—Prevent the Birth of an Enemy. Media For Freedom.

Major General Kulwant Singh (Indian Army, Retired) and Dr. David Leffler (20 April 2009). Unconventional: Some Words of Advice to Nepal Army. Nepal Monitor.

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