WHAT DOES ALICE BAILEY THINK ABOUT THE ATOMIC BOMB?





In her book “The Externalization of the Hierarchy,” Alice Bailey wrote about the nuclear weapon.


According to Alice Bailey, the atomic bomb was invented by the Masters of Wisdom:

« The atomic bomb emerged from a first ray Ashram, working in conjunction with a fifth ray group. »

(Section four - stages in the externalization of the hierarchy, p.548)

Which is false, because the Masters of Wisdom advocate Universal Brotherhood and they are against violence. As the Master Jesus said:

“Forgive your enemies and if they slap you, turn the other cheek.”



And Alice Bailey affirms that the atomic bomb will serve to establish a New World Order:

« As the forerunner of that release of energy which will change the mode of human living and inaugurate the new age wherein we shall not have civilizations and their emerging cultures but a world culture and an emerging civilization. »
(Section four - stages in the externalization of the hierarchy, p.548)

This is also contrary to the objectives of Masters of Wisdom, because it is not about unifying (and less using violence), but about respecting the diversity that exists among humans.



And although it seems incredible, Alice Bailey was happy that the United States exploded its atomic bombs in Hiroshima and Nagasaki (causing the death of 250'000 Japanese and 130'000 wounded):

« I would like at this time to touch upon the greatest spiritual event which has taken place since the fourth kingdom of nature, the human kingdom, appeared. I refer to the release of atomic energy, as related in the newspapers this week, August 6, 1945, in connection with the bombing of Japan.

Some years ago I told you that the new era would be ushered in by the scientists of the world and that the inauguration of the kingdom of God on Earth would be heralded by means of successful scientific investigation.

By this first step in the releasing of the energy of the atom this has been accomplished, and my prophecy has been justified during this momentous year of our Lord 1945.

Let me make one or two statements anent this discovery, leaving you to make your own application and deductions.

Little as to the true nature of this happening is as yet known, and still less is understood. Certain ideas and suggested thoughts may be of real value here and enable you to see this stupendous event in better perspective.
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One of those statements is that none of the men involved in the direction of the Axis effort in Europe is today normal psychologically [Alice Bailey refers to the leaders of Nazi Germany and its European allies]; they are all suffering from some form of physical deterioration, and this has been a real factor in their defeat, though one that may be difficult for you to realize.

It is not so in the case of the Japanese, whose psychological make-up is totally different, as are their nervous systems, which are of fourth root race quality. They will be and are being defeated by physical war measures and by the destruction physically of their war potential and the death of the form aspect.

This destruction and the consequent release of their imprisoned souls, is a necessary happening; it is the justification of the use of the atomic bomb upon the Japanese population.
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(Section three - Forces behind the evolutionary progress of the race, p. 491 y 495-496)





MY OPINION ABOUT WHAT ALICE BAILEY SAID


Aside from how horrifying Alice Bailey's opinion is, I doubt very much that she would have the same complacency if it had been her family and her loved ones who had died from the atomic bomb.

As Master Jesus said:

“Don't do unto others what you don't want others to do unto you”









And one more observation as an anecdote: the instructors of the United Lodge of Theosophists in England point out that Mary Bailey (who was the second wife of Foster Bailey after he widowed by Alice Bailey) wrote and thought that the Chernobyl disaster was also "a wonderful day" for humanity, for reasons similar to those mentioned by Alice Bailey. So it seems to me that probably those twisted ideas were inspired by that man.




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