More Theosophical articles about war
Sep 25, 2001 04:40 PM
These three articles about war, from a Theosophical point of view, also written a
couple of years after World War II, are part of the 57-part series entitled
"Studies in Karma", which is also found on the "Additional Articles" index page.
Some of the articles just before these and after them, may also speak sabout war.
(45) War -- Past and Present (Part 1)
(46) The Kshatriya's Dharma (Part 2)
(47) Transition and Travail (Part 3) [Conclusion]
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:
> 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
> MIND OF THE AGE
> 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
> > http://public.srce.hr/~kmajor
> > M e r c y o f C h a o s
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