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Livermore: Protest calls for end to nuclear weapons on 75th anniversary of Hiroshima bombing

Original post made on Aug 7, 2020

Bay Area nuclear war protesters held their annual rally at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory virtually on Thursday, the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima to call for an end to nuclear weapons.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Thursday, August 6, 2020, 12:40 PM

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Posted by Rich Buckley
a resident of Livermore
on Aug 7, 2020 at 10:13 am

Rich Buckley is a registered user.

Another fascinating read is the book written by Dolores Cannon called "A Soul Remembered - Hiroshima" Dolores died in 2014. She was an deep trance, past life, regression hypnotist of world acclaim.

Book review: "The persistent memory of a horrible death, that reached across time and space, and caused a 22-year-old American girl to seek past-life therapy, revealed the dramatic story of a Japanese man who was killed in the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. There have been many stories of pain, death, and destruction told by survivors of the Hiroshima bombing. This is the eyewitness account of one who did not survive!

"This case revealed startling information about the Japanese side of the war. Research into the bombing also revealed terrible truths that the public was not aware of at the time of this dramatic ending of World War II."

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