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World Language Program Picture Gallery

The World Language Program has continuously progressed for many years. There should be, by now, many pictures for our picture gallery but we are just starting this page and hope to soon add more pictures to it.

The proposed architectural center piece of the UNKOMMON Foundation and the World Language Program is the Universal Language Institute at Bahji du Canada.

These are pictures of a model of the building that we hope will be built sometime in the next ten years. This picture is a side view. The building won first prize in 1988 for Canadian Architectural Design.

The site for the Universal Language Institute is a beautiful rural setting divided by a stream and waterfall. On the other side of the stream is the dormitory building.

The Universal Language Institute is located in the highest county in Ontario and is located on one of the highest hills in the county. From this height a tall antenna is intended to give it a broadcast reach all across North America.

The overall site has a deep spiritual significance in the history of Aboriginal Americans whose oral tradition prophecized that it is where a Great Treasure of the world would be discovered - which we hope to mean the Universal Auxiliary Language.

The Universal Language Institute is being dedicated as a memorium to Bahji Barrett Beach whose memorial is located on the site and who is buried beneath the rock located there.

In July of 2002 we held the first annual World Language Program picnic picnic at Bahj'i du Canada with attendees from Ontario, Quebec, Michigan, Oklahoma, and Washington.

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