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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Book by Asahara, Shoko. Despite the reputation that the Master Shoko Asahara has gained in the media as being a madman, he comes across in this book as a knowledgeable proponent of Buddhism; or at least a variety of Buddhism. The book reads like a straightforward outline of the basic concepts of Buddhism mixed with kundalini yoga practices; the second half contains interesting personal experiences of a number of Aum devotees.
Shoko Asahara (麻原 彰晃, Asahara Shōkō, March 2, 1955 – July 6, 2018), born Chizuo Matsumoto (松本 智津夫, Matsumoto Chizuo), was the founder of the Japanese doomsday-cult group Aum Shinrikyo. Asahara was convicted of masterminding the deadly 1995 sarin-gas. Asahara was convicted of masterminding the deadly 1995 sarin-gas attack on the Tokyo subway, and was also involved in several other crimes. He was sentenced to death in 2004. In May 2012, his execution was postponed due to further arrests of Aum Shinrikyo members. He was executed by hanging on July 6, 2018.
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Items related to Supreme Initiation. Home Shoko Asahara Supreme Initiation. Title: Supreme Initiation. Publisher: Aum USA Co Ltd. Publication Date: 1988. ISBN 10: 0945638000, ISBN 13: 9780945638001. Book Condition: Good. Synopsis: Book by Asahara, Shoko.
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Shoko Asahara (born Chizuo Matsumoto), is the founder and former leader of Aum Shinrikyo, the Japanese terrorist cult responsible for the infamous Tokyo subway sarin gas attack of 1995. Matsumoto was the fourth son of a poor family of tatami mat makers in Kumamoto province, Japan. As an infant, he lost all sight in his left eye and two thirds in his right eye, due to infantile glaucoma.
A cult established in 1987 by Shoko Asahara, the Aum aimed to take over Japan and then the world. Approved as a religious entity in 1989 under Japanese law, the group ran candidates in a Japanese parliamentary election in 1990.
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