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"MIND OF THE AGE" (a lot said about war)

Sep 25, 2001 04:07 PM
by Compiler


In this 15-part series, which should be very useful to everyone on this list,
you will find a lot said, from a profound Theosophical point of view, about
the two wars that went on in Europe and Japan during World War II. It was
written in 1948-49, just a few years after the end of both of those wars. It's
one of the many series of articles found on the "Additional Articles" index


John DeSantis

You may find a great deal of the Truth that you are searching for here:

Wisdom World web site (Main Page):

The Index page of the Introductory, "Setting the Stage" book:

The page where "Additional" articles are slowly being added:


"Majorinc, Kazimir" wrote:

> At 20.42 24. 9. 01., you wrote:
> >With all the home factories that there were in Japan, there was no way
> >to separate the civilian targets from the military targets. I assume
> >from your message that you have never been to a city that an
> >on-the-ground military operation has passed through.
> >
> >You, in my opinion, have absolutely no idea what you are talking
> >about.
> Dennis, I was personally in war recently, my country, my city and even all
> three houses and apartments my family own were bombed, one even twice ...
> In WWII my country of 12.5 millions had 2-3 times more civil victims than
> US and Japan together, in absolute numbers.
> You repeat argument 'we were unable to invade Japan without bombing of
> civilians.' I commented it already: fight them fair and if you can not,
> then don't fight them at all. More than that is war crime.
> Japan was ready for peaceful solution and bombing of Hiroshima killed twice
> more civilians than US lost in whole WWII, so argument of self-defence can
> not be applied.
> However, because it is theosophical list, is anyone aware of official
> attitude of different theosophical societies or eminent theosophical
> authors about that particular event? As I already said, philosophy that
> pretend to explain essence of human being should be able to give
> unambiguous answers on that problems.
> ---------------------------------
> Kazimir Majorinc, Zagreb, Croatia
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