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Syria reconciliation proposal

Posted on September 8, 2013 at 4:22pm 0 Comments

 
 
Dear Colleague,
 
    The recent use of chemical weapons in Syria (by whatever faction - government or armed opposition) has increased tensions within Syria and its wider region.  There are real possibilities of an escalation of armed conflict unless creative steps for conflict resolution are taken both by governments and civil society as structured in Non-governmental…
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Undeserved influence

Posted on June 24, 2013 at 4:41am 3 Comments

 



 
 Before we are accused of setting off demonstrations in Turkey and Brazil, I thought you might be interested in earlier efforts. Best wishes, Rene Wadlow


NEW AGE GLOBAL REVOLUTION IN CLEAR PROGRESS: Occupy Wall Street, Occupy my home town (Fort Wayne), Occupy Detroit, Occupy the World…



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19 May: "Anniversary" of end of LTTE War

Posted on May 19, 2013 at 4:46pm 0 Comments

19 May 2009 was the official end of the Government of Sri Lanka-LTTE war, and my essay posted below reflects my understanding of events since. I post it on our Theosophy blog because Theosophists, in particular Col. Olcott had done much to revive the Buddhist institutions in Sri Lanka. He is still widely respected there for his work - a widely-used postage stamp is in his honor. However, the Buddhist monks that he helped to revive became key agents of a narrrow sectarian spirit against the…

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Power of the New Spirituality (Book Review)

Posted on April 6, 2013 at 1:01pm 0 Comments

William Bloom

The Power of the New Spirituality

(Wheaton, IL: Quest Books, 2012)

 

         William Bloom who combines a long-standing interest in New Age approaches to spirituality with an identity focus in international relations (1), has written “We are in changing times. Our culture and technology are continually transforming, and the intellectual certainties of the last few hundred years are no longer secure…It is our need to find a new authenticity in our…

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