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Brian O'Leary arrival American Peace Mission to India, Tewari, the Baba, the President, for global peace now!

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  • David Crockett Williams
    Press Release, Madras, India, 27 January 2003 O Leary Arrival to India, 3:30pm, Monday, January 27, Chennai Airport, India Air from Singapore Former U.S.
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 26, 2003
      Press Release, Madras, India, 27 January 2003
      O'Leary Arrival to India, 3:30pm, Monday, January 27, Chennai Airport, India Air from Singapore

      Former U.S. Scientist-Astronaut Calls for Expanded
      U.N. Powers over Issues of War and Pollution

      Dr. Brian O'Leary, the first American astronaut
      appointed to go to Mars, arrives in India today on a
      mission for global peace and ecological

      "Fighting wars, preparing for wars and neglecting the
      environment are the actions of rogue leaders
      insensitive to the needs of ordinary people", said
      O'Leary. "These policies must be replaced by the
      policies of peace and sustainability, administered by
      international consensus."

      "I've always been a patriotic American with a can-do
      attitude", added O'Leary. "In the Apollo program, we
      did the seemingly impossible: send men to the Moon and
      return them safely within budget and ahead of
      schedule.  We must now do the same for the causes of
      peace and the environment before it's too late."

      "But what's happening in the U.S. now is the creation
      of an executive team bent on pre-emptive war and
      massive pollution for the benefit of an elite."

      O'Leary cites the West's current reliance on Middle
      Eastern oil as "not only destabilizing but
      unnecessary.  We have solutions such as solar and wind
      power, hydrogen, cold fusion, and space energy."

      "Space energy involves the generation of clean,
      renewable and abundant electricity coming from a
      free-running rotating disk containing electromagnets
      that capture the potential energy from the space, or
      ether, surrounding the machine."

      Space energy is being developed in India by
      Dr. Paramahamsa Tewari, former chief project engineer
      at the Kaiga Nuclear power plants near Karwar.

      "The international energy crisis has many solutions
      such as Tewari's, but they have been systematically
      suppressed by the forces of greed", said O'Leary. "The
      work of Tewari and others lead the way to a new
      science of consciousness, which will give us the best
      chance to restore the Earth's biosphere."

      Dr. O'Leary has completed a three-decade study of
      alternative energy and feels we must develop a
      worldwide campaign to replace fossil fuels and nuclear
      power with a mix of clean and renewable sources.  A
      former energy advisor to four U.S. presidential
      candidates, O'Leary feels the Bush administration has
      gone down a "dangerous path" and "must be stripped of
      its authority over unilateral war, pollution and
      suppression of promising alternatives."

      "The only path to peace and sustainability would be to
      create an international body--either an expanded
      United Nations or a global green republic/democracy
      with authority to adjudicate international disputes
      such as that between the U.S. and Iraq.

      "Such a body", he added, "would oversee and enact
      binding environmental treaties such as the Kyoto
      Protocols on global warming. It would also implement
      the Space Preservation Treaty which would ban
      space-based weapons."

      "I find it embarrassing to be an American nowadays",
      said O'Leary. "With five percent of the world's
      population we consume one-fourth of the world's
      energy, mostly of the polluting kind.  For example,
      the Bush administration's withdrawal from the Kyoto
      agreements and other treaties is illegal, immoral and

      "This tyranny", he added, "can be traced to the
      immense power of the energy, financial, munitions and
      pharmaceutical industries who put the Bush team in
      power in the first place."

      "We live in a polarized world in fear of a World War
      III and an environmentally devastated planet.  All
      this was not meant to be the appropriate response to
      the horrific September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on
      New York and Washington, D.C."

      O'Leary believes that the crisis would ease if Saddam
      Hussein and the Bush team were all stripped of their
      war powers and be offered comfortable exile or "golden
      parachutes" with immunity against prosecution.

      "In the long run, I am optimistic", said O'Leary. "The
      solutions are there and the means for international
      consensus and authority do exist."

      The specific technological and social solutions are
      offered in detail in his just-released book
      Re-Inheriting the Earth: Awakening to Sustainable
      Solutions and Greater Truths.

      Dr. O'Leary's Indian mission for peace and
      sustainability will include teaching at the Sivananda
      Yoga Ashram in Neyyar Dam, Kerala, and visits to Dr.
      Tewari in Karwar and to Sri Sai Baba in Puttaparti.

      Dr. O'Leary celebrates his sixty-third birthday today
      in Madras.
      For more information, check out

      -- or contact David Crockett Williams at
      gear2000@... -- phone: 661-822-3309 in the U.S.
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/india-overture (updates)
      Local Chennai contact, for late-breaking arrangements,
           Ravi Gollapudi  011-91-44- 2489 7354
      US astronaut to spread Sai Baba's message for global peace
      Press Trust of India -- Hyderabad, January 19, 2003
      A former US astronaut has embarked on a mission to bring about world peace
      by spreading the message of India's holy man Satya Sai Baba whom the
      New York Times called "a friend in India to all the world".

      Brain O'Leary, a physicist and former science and energy policy advisor to four
      US presidential candidates, is arriving in India on Friday to meet with Sai Baba
      to get his advice on how to bring about peace, according to sources close to
      the astronaut.

      O'Leary will also meet "free energy technology" scientist, Paramahamsa Tewari
      of Karwar, former head of the Kaiga atomic station, whose theory of extracting
      energy from space has found followers abroad, the sources said.

      Describing Baba as "the greatest example of inter-faith spiritual unity since
      Buddha," the sources said that by spreading his "message of truth, peace, love,
      righteousness, and nonviolence" the US astronaut hopes that global peace
      will "break out in mere days from across the US, India, Pakistan, to Iraq."

      His Holiness Bhagwan Swami Sri Sathya Sai Baba
      The Poorna Avatar of The Sai Avatara (Shirdi, Sathya, Prema) -- Al Mehdi Allahu Ahkbar
      Embodying The Innate Human Values:  Truth, Love, Peace, Righteousness, Nonviolence
      Prashanti Nilayam, Puttaparthi, Andra Pradesh, BHARAT (India)  http://www.sathyasai.org 
      Sri Paramahamsa Tewari
      Chairman, Scientific and Spiritual Research Council
      Karwar, Karnataka, BHARAT (India)
      Senior Space Power Scientist, Author, Nuclear Electrical Engineer, Teacher
      Space Power Free Energy Generation Physics, Spiritual Foundations
      Dr. Brian O'Leary, Ph.D.
      Author, Physicist, Astronomer, Futurist, Spiritual Practitioner, Presidential Science Advisor
      Re-Inheriting The Earth, Awakening to Sustainable Solutions and Greater Truths
      Exploring Inner and Outer Space - The Second Coming of Science - Miracle in The Void
      Post Office Box 27, Washington, California, 95986 USA
      Chairman, American Peace Draft Committee:  Dennis Kucinich for US President 2004
      The India Overture of The Whole Truth Campaign
      Helping India officials publicly release the whole truth about available solutions to critical problems
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