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April 9, 2013 - Harry Eagar
I do not believe in any kinds of spooks. No guardian angels, no demons, no poltergeists. None of those silly superstitions.
Generally, though, I consider other people's belief in spooks to be relatively harmless, or, at least, harmful only to them and perhaps their family and friends, so who cares? However, people in positions of power and influence who believe in spooks can be very dangerous.
That's why Rev. Pat Robertson is such a threat.
Even though I'm retired from the news business, I still get press releases. Here is a scary one:
"As Israel and Iran escalate their mutual threats and provocations, nuclear war is a realistic outcome, according to the newly released book by Japan's most prolific author, Ryuho Okawa.
"In 'The Iran-Israel Crisis: Looking For A Way to Prevent a Nuclear War' (IRH Press) Master Okawa exposes the bitter animosity between these two adversaries, but also provides hope. This book offers telling evidence 'to people of all religious persuasions, cultures, and nationalities' that the world needs deeper spiritual truths to obtain answers to long-standing clashes between religions. I would be happy to provide you with a copy of Ryuho Okawa's, The Iran-Israel Crisis: Looking For a Way to Prevent a Nuclear War for review.
"This most recent release from Okawa features interviews Master Okawa conducted with the guardian spirits of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President of Iran, and Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel. These spiritual messages warn of more war in the Middle East and beyond, the sharp differences in their views of the United States and Japan, and the millennia-old roots of this dangerous animosity. As the most published author in Japan with over 1000 books, Okawa has also produced over 150 spiritual messages from historians and the guardian spirits of today's living figures. He founded Happy Science in Japan in 1986, a spiritual movement with more than 12 million followers in 75 countries (10 centers in US)."
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