Invincible Defense Technology
This is a small sample of publications about Invincible Defense Technology (IDT). Academic papers that summarize extensive research are listed at the bottom of this page.
Many new developments regarding the military deployment of IDT -- also known as Unified Field Based Defense Technology) have taken place lately. Here are some links to recent articles on this topic that were published in China Today, Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics and Culture, The AsianN, and the China-based Asia Sentinel.
Defense Personnel Worldwide Find Transcendental Meditation To be an Effective Tool in Combating Stress. Defence and Security Alert. Vol. 4, Issue No. 8, pages 34-39. This article appeared in the May special issue of Defence and Security Alert, Vol. 4, Issue No. 8, page 34-39.
A "Smart Defense" for NATO is an "Invincible Defense" -- Article by Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) Gunter Chassé and Dr. David R. Leffler published by the Mediterranean Council for Intelligence Studies.
WHAT'S HOT? –– ANALYSIS OF RECENT HAPPENINGS ENDING Terrorism THE MAHARISHI WAY -- An Analysis by India Defence Consultants.
Dr. DAVID R LEFFLER - No One Wants the Nobel War Prize -- Op-Ed orginally published in The Modern Tribune reprinted by The Fiji Daily Post and India Defence Consultants.
Unconventional Conflicts Call for Unconventional Solutions -- Article in the Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients. Martin Zucker, medical writer and former Associated Press foreign correspondent, proposes a preventive approach to terrorism that attacks its root cause.
Consciousness-Based Defense -- Article in Tikkun, Dr. David Leffler and Mrs. Lee Leffler contend a new defense model is emerging Invincible Defense based on prevention rather than fear. (Also available in Español.)
Project: Coherence -- Article published by India Defence Consultants about the military of Ecuador using Invincible Defense Technology to end their war with Peru, by Lt. General Josť Villamil, the former Vice-Minister of Defense with Dr. David Leffler.
Homeland Security with Unified Field-Based Defense Technology -- Article published in Defence India. Written by Maj. Gen. (Retd) Kulwant Singh, Ph.D., U.Y.S.M., Col. Brian Rees, M.D., M.P.H., U.S. Army, Michael Larrass, Ph.D., and David R. Leffler, Ph.D.
Defense--A New "Secret Weapon!" -- Article in Canadian
Centres for Teaching Peace. Scientists and Navy SEAL officer assert
Invincible Defence Technology prevents terrorism and war. Thought-provoking
article describes deployment of, and underlying theory behind, revolutionary
system deployed by Mozambique military.
Operation: World Peace -- Article in Defence India. by Major General Guru Israni (editor of Combat Journal) and Dr. David Leffler. The attacks of September 11, 2001 could have been prevented using Invincible Defense Technology.
Preventing War With Consciousness-Based Defence -- Article in The Daily Mail & Guardian, Dr. David Leffler and Mrs. Lee Leffler argue that preventing terrorism and war is a simple shift in perspective, the adoption of Invincible Defence Technology.
Silent Antidote to Terrorism, The -- Published on Veteran's Day, 2004 in OpEdNews.com. Written by Major General Kulwant Singh, Dr. Kurt Kleinschnitz and Dr. David R. Leffler.
Terrorism - Violence - War: There Is A Solution! -- Major General Kulwant Singh and Dr. David R. Leffler propose deployment of Invincible Defense Technology to end war and conflict. Published in The Modern Tribune.
Academic Papers About Invincible Defense Technology
A New Role for the Military: Preventing Enemies from Arising—Reviving an Ancient Approach to Peace. -- A paper presented by Dr. David Leffler at the "International Sociological Association Research Committee 01 Seoul National University & Korea Military Academy International Conference on Armed Forces & Conflict Resolution in a Globalized World" in Seoul, Korea. Explains to an international audience of military-related personnel and sociologists how Invincible Defense Technology could help the military fulfill its true mission.
Scientific Formula to Create Invincible National Defence -- Dr. Brian
Mc Enery, former Army Officer for the Defense Forces of Ireland and Dr.
David Leffler, founding member of the Center for Advanced Military Science
(CAMS), outline an approach to conflict prevention and resolution based
on the elimination of accumulated societal stress through deployment of
Invincible Defense Technology.
An Alternative To Military Violence And Fear-Based Deterrence: Twenty Years Of Research On The Maharishi Effect -- Academic paper published by the Security And Political Risk Analysis think tank discusses pertinent Invincible Defense Technology research. Studies presented are so compelling that this alternative, non-threatening strategy for securing peace can be realistically proposed.
Maharishi's Supreme Military Science--A Revolutionary Change In The Character Of Military Intervention -- Academic paper published by India Defence Consultants (IDC), Dr. David Leffler, Wing Commander Ravi Badhwar (Ret.), and Dr. Kenneth Walton advocate deployment of a Prevention Wing of the Military in India using Invincible Defence Technology.
of "Evaluating Heterodox Theories"
-- Dr. David Orme-Johnson, a retired prominent scientist formerly at the Institute of Science
Technology and Public Policy, critiques a paper by Evan Fales and Barry
Markovsky that is critical of research conducted on the Maharishi Effect.
Rebuttal of "Evaluating Heterodox Theories" -- Dr. David Orme-Johnson, a retired prominent scientist formerly at the Institute of Science Technology and Public Policy, critiques a paper by Evan Fales and Barry Markovsky that is critical of research conducted on the Maharishi Effect.
Stress reduction Using the Transcendental Meditation Program: Solution to problems Arising from Combat Stress. -- Col. Brian M. Rees (a medical doctor) and Dr. David R. Leffler presented a paper on how the key component of Invincible Defense Technology, the Transcendental Meditation technique, has been shown scientifically to alleviate Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and other stress-related problems that members of the military and their families face.