Karma and War

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Sept 14, 2016

The Law of Karma

Or Cause and Effect – Part 5

Karma and War

Question:

“Was the modern-day suffering of the Indians due to an unsettled cause’ from the ancient past? Or was it simply a collective of individuals exercising their free will in the environment at the time?”

Both. And some of those who were the cause of the suffering of American Indians were ancient Indians reincarnated as white Americans in early America

Djwahl Khul tells us that there are a group of very high entities called the “Lords of Karma” who guide events to insure that karma is justly administered.

When a negative act happens, like a murder for instance, the victim is rarely just some person randomly selected, even if this is the conscious intent of the criminal. The one who commits such a crime is as much an instrument of murder as the cause, for if the victim with karma to pay was not a victim of person “A” he would then be a victim of person “B.”

Through one means or another, each negative cause that we send out has an effect returned in kind that makes us a prisoner of karma as indicated by Jesus: “Thou shalt by no means come out thence, till thou hast paid the uttermost farthing.” (Matt: 5:26)

There is a chain of causes responsible for all current effects and circumstances. Every historian realizes this and traces back almost every aspect of our civilization to events which occurred over thousands of years. By the Law of Correspondences that which applies to the greater applies to the lesser and therefore applies to the eternal pilgrim passing through numerous lifetimes.

Question:

“Please explain the mechanics of how actions of people in the past, could force people to act in certain ways in the present.”

The discovery of the printing press centuries ago does not force people to print and read books today. Even though books are printed through free will, the effect of the invention is completely predictable.

The results of karma are similar. If you murder someone, for example, you initiate a force that is eventually picked up by someone who by their own free will returns the deed.

Some take issue with the scripture I quoted that there is a time and place for all things — even a time to make war. There is a time to turn the other cheek as the Christ taught and then there is a time not to as taught by John the Beloved:

“And I saw heaven opened, and behold a white horse; and he that sat upon him was called Faithful and True (Christ), and in righteousness he doth judge and make war.” (Rev 19:11)

Here we are told that even Christ will make war when it is done “in righteousness.” Righteousness basically means “to make right use of.”

DK tells us that the Christ Himself did actually make war against Hitler and the Axis forces during World War II by working through Allied leaders. This was definitely a right use of war.

We now have a new war to face, and the world wide network of terrorists who desire to destroy civilization again arouse the Christ to wage a new war in righteousness. Let us all hope that those here on earth who lead the charge will listen to the voice of their true general.

Just like people, no nation is perfect and, right or wrong, flaws can be pointed out and those who love and respect their country will take remarks with as much impact as if they were said about a family member.

I have no problem with examining the faults of my own country if the person pointing them out seems to be sincerely looking for the truth. What I am concerned about is a shotgun style of attack where every half truth picked up over the past two hundred years is sprayed in my face as if I am supposed to take it and like it. This type of approach is anti-love and anti-light and I will always seek to oppose it — not because I am sensitive about my country, but I am committed to a full revelation of reality.

I have been called hypocritical for promoting “The Principles of Unification” while stating that there is also a time and place for war.

Hypocrisy means to act or speak contrary to your beliefs and this to my knowledge I have never done. I have always believed there is a time and place for war, as well as peace, and nothing I have written contradicts this.

The turning the other cheek principle only works when you are dealing with decision makers who have not rejected communion with the soul. Fortunately, almost all of common humanity is capable of having their hearts stirred to a degree by this love energy. Therefore it is good to turn the other cheek as well as do good to them who despise you if you are dealing with mainstream humanity. In many cases this touches hearts and stimulates spiritual evolution.

On the other hand, the tables are turned when the decision maker of the circumstance is an agent of the Dark Brotherhood. The Dark Brothers have totally rejected the soul and unselfish love has absolutely no impact upon them in a positive way. If you therefore turn your cheek on a Dark Brother, or one under his control, he will strike you on each turn of the cheek until you are wasted. He will do this with no pity, feeling or sensitivity in the heart.

A line from the movies applies here: “Nothing personal, this is just business. I must destroy you.”

The agent of darkness, when it fits his need, will proceed to destroy with as much detachment as if just doing business, or his job, like a janitor sweeping a floor. Just as he has no feelings about the floor, the Dark Brother has no feelings of remorse about harming a brother in his way.

These agents make an exception to the turning the other cheek principle.

Why?

Because in dealing with dark agents this sacrifice does no good whatsoever and a Master of Wisdom is wise enough to not support any effort that is futile and useless.

This is the reason that Christ and his Hierarchy joined energy with the Allied forces against Hitler. Because he was a true agent of the Dark Brotherhood it meant that no turning the other cheek, appeasement or peace movement would have any effect on him except to encourage him on the destructive path.

When an agent of darkness, divorced from soul contact, appears as an enemy of nations, who are striving for improvement, then the only choice available is to defeat him and take away his power. This we correctly did with Hitler.

Now we have another enemy to deal with which is the true face of the conspiracy that so many are concerned about. Many are so zealously into seeing conspiracy among international bankers, Jews, CFR, the media, politicians, etc, that when the materialization of the true conspiracy hits us in the Twin Towers we still do not recognize it.

Sure there are plenty of things to be concerned about with the powers that be, but this revealed threat that we have before us is the real thing and must be defeated. No amount of love or good deeds will assuage the mind of radicals bent on subjugation for they are true agents of the Dark Brotherhood.

None of the imagined evils of present governments, such as computer chip in the hand, tracing phone calls or e-mails, FBI bungling, etc., holds a candle to the evil that could be unleashed if we just sit back, meditate and do not rouse ourselves and fight for the future of mankind.

If you pass by a man who is starving and he asks for food, how much good will it do him if you just send him love and light and move on? Thoughts of love and light must have an end in view followed by action to have power.

Michael Kelly in the Washington Post wrote the following with profound logic:

“In 1942 George Orwell wrote this, in Partisan Review, of Great Britain’s pacifists:   ‘Pacifism is objectively pro-Fascist.’ This is elementary common sense. If you hamper the war effort of one side you automatically help out that of the other. Nor is there any real way of remaining outside such a war as the present one. In practice, ‘he that is not with me is against me.’ England’s pacifists howled, but Orwell’s logic was implacable. The Nazis wished the British to not fight. If the British did not fight, the Nazis would conquer Britain. The British pacifists also wished the British to not fight. The British pacifists, therefore, were on the side of a Nazi victory over Britain. They were objectively pro-Fascist.”

An essentially identical logic pertains now. Organized terrorist groups have attacked America. These groups wish the Americans to not fight. The American pacifists wish the Americans to not fight. If the Americans do not fight, the terrorists will attack America again. And now we know such attacks can kill many thousands of Americans. The American pacifists, therefore, are on the side of future mass murders of Americans. They are objectively pro-terrorist.

Arjuna was faced with a similar prospect to many in the American Civil War and said this to Krishna:

How can I do battle with my kinsmen, with those I love and who have loved me, for whom I have cared, as they once cared for me? Though they have gathered to serve Duryodhana’s folly, to deprive us of our birthright, to kill me and my brothers on this battlefield, how can I fight them? My body trembles at the thought. My bow falls from my hands. My flesh burns. My arms and legs have no strength. My mind is confused; my reason confounded. I am lost.

… To act is to bring upon us a day of pitch darkness. We have come here for the sake of an earthly kingdom; … But by acting, we reserve for ourselves only a place in Hell. It is best for me if Duryodhana and his armies come before me. Disarmed by doubt, I will not resist them as they kill me. This will be my best reward. These were Arjuna’s words to Krishna as the two armies awaited Arjuna’s signal to begin the battle.

With Arjuna’s words sounding in his ears, Krishna’s spirit quickened. He spoke to Arjuna, whose eyes burned with tears, overwhelmed by despair. Krishna said: —What shameful words are these, Arjuna? This is the hour of trial. Why do you falter? Your despondent grief enfeebles you; it dishonors you. Slunk in the trenches of despair, you will win neither heaven nor earth. Do not exchange arrows and bow for impotence and cowardice; this is not your way. Do not yield to these faults or to this weakness. Rise up and fight!”

Arjuna said: —How can I fight them, immortal Krishna? These enemies are my teachers from earliest youth. How can I cut them down when they deserve only my veneration? It is better to wander in rags, begging for alms, than to sprinkle the bread of my sustenance with their blood.

… With these words, Arjuna cried out: —I will not fight! and said nothing more.

Krishna smiled, hinting of laughter, and spoke gently to Arjuna as they stood between the two armies. Krishna said: —Do not weep tears for them. Though your words are sincere and full of insight, your sorrow profits no one. Tears are wasted on the dead; the wise do not grieve for the living or the dead, for life and death shall pass away. —In time we have always been, both you and I and all these kings of men; and we will always be. Putting on the body of the child, the youth, the old man, a wise man does not wonder that in death, the Self passes into another body. … Even if you believe that a man is born again and again, and that he dies again and again, you should not grieve, for in death birth is inevitable and in birth death is inevitable. Being born, he must die. In death, he is reborn. If you understand this, then you will not grieve for the loss of what can never be lost.

Do your duty, Arjuna. Act without hesitation. For the warrior, the greatest good is lawful war against an evil enemy. A lawful war opens the doors of heaven for you. Enter therein, Arjuna. Rejoice in good fortune that this battle is joined. But if you shrink before this battle or turn your back upon your duty, casting aside honor, this is a grievous transgression. Men will recount your shame, dishonor, and disgrace now and in the future. They shall say cowards possess the courage of Arjuna. For one honored, the loss of honor is worse than death. Great warriors will accuse you of cowardice; those who once honored you will treat you with contempt. Your enemies will rejoice in mocking you. They will laugh and say, “See how Arjuna fled before us, a deer among lions.” Death in battle is better than the mocking derision of enemies. —If you are victorious, you gain glory in this world. If you are defeated and cut down on this field, you gain glory in the next world. Arise and fight, Arjuna. Glory is upon you. Be detached from happiness and unhappiness, gain or loss, victory or defeat. Be resolved to fight, or you will fall into error.

From the Bhagavad Gita

Copyright by J J Dewey

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1 thought on “Karma and War

  1. Who refers to First Nations as Indians still? Your reference to “Indians” is ridiculous! This is only to make you feel better – knowing that the American Genocide – the slaughter, rape and torture of millions of First Nations people was an act of Karma? This reference has nothing to do with your bible speech after – other than you are trying to get your followers to believe the atrocities that are still happening today are deserved! You are misguided andI see you are almost at the end of your road. Well, I hope your delusions get you to the other side guilt free.

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