Why we must strive for inner peace more than ever before:
It is a little known fact that during World War II over 3,600 Americans and 900 British were held by the Japanese in internment/POW camps in the Philippines. Members of my family were among them.
Japan attacked the Philippines on December 8, 1941 the same day as its raid on Pearl Harbor on the Asian side of the International Date Line. Over the ensuing days, the Japanese in Manila placed American and British as well as other world citizens in internment camps. The attached photo is a picture of some of the internees. Some in the photo may actually be my relatives.
My relatives, the Macleod’s, worked in Manila in Shipping and rope manufacturing. My mother lived there also along with some of her cousins, aunts, uncles and her parents. My grandfather worked in the rope industry and invented a hemp-stripping machine. Fortunately she and her parents left before that happened.
In any case, I have cousins living today who were interned as children. You can see from the photo that this was indeed a prisoner of war camp. My cousin in Washington D.C. (now an amazingly successful lawyer) remembers it well.
The urge to dominate comes from an inner emptiness. It comes from a lack of peacefulness inside. While the Japanese were very spiritual people in their own right, their spiritual endeavors by and large failed to take them through the door to Divine bliss – which is the only real source of happiness. Really, this applies to most populations today in spite of the amazing rise in interest in spirituality and religion. No church, dojo, or any other religious or spiritual entity overall seems to truly fill the internal void that causes the urge to dominate and win. If it did then we would not have war and rumors of war.
There was a time when there was no war. People experienced happiness, joy and fulfillment all of the time. This time was thousands of years ago when the arts (dance, music, architecture, sculpture, drawing and painting, and poetry) were based upon a system of measurement and mathematics, which caused the listener, viewer or resident to vibrate in harmony with the Cosmic Force. These were Vaastu arts. This is explained in detail in my book Fabric of The Universe, which can be purchased in the bookstore at www.aumscience.com.
Architecture was considered to be the most important art for creating this elevation of personal vibration because it is a 24/7 vibration. The other arts were important but when the music stopped the resonance stopped. People sleep and work in buildings hence the ongoing experience is available.
We need our society to be transformed through the Vaastu arts. We need our world to be transformed through the Vaastu arts. If you have any inclination to become awakened yourself and to help others become awakened look into the programs offered by www.aumscience.com. You don’t have to become a Vaastu consultant – studying the knowledge will help awaken you.
We need you to help us restore our society – our world. Join us – if not only to restore yourself.