The Aum Shinrikyo, or Aum Supreme Truth
cult, which mixed Buddhist and Hindu meditation with apocalyptic teachings, staged a series of crimes including simultaneous sarin gas attacks on subway trains during rush hour in March 1995.
The cult group Aum Shinrikyo or Aum Supreme Truth
was (https://www.reuters.com/article/us-japan-crime-sarin-deathpenalty-explai/japan-death-row-executions-hangings-secretive-backed-by-public-idUSKBN1JW0HM) founded in 1984.
A former member of the Aum Supreme Truth
cult, who spent 17 years on the run after the 1995 nerve gas attack on Tokyo, was sentenced last week to five years in prison over a separate crime.
However, religion is meant for knowing the supreme truth
, the creator behind the whole universe and how great He is.
With this view, the Structuralists have developed, i will argue, a corollary to the doctrine of the Mahayana philosopher Nagarjuna distinction between supreme truth
and conventional truth, where the signified phenomenon is a manifestation of supreme truth
and the signifier one of conventional truth.
Kikuchi, 40, was one of only two remaining members of the Aum Supreme Truth
doomsday cult still at large, and was wanted for being part of the team responsible for producing the sarin nerve gas used in the subway attack.
AUM Shinrikyo, known as AUM Supreme Truth
in English, renamed itself Aleph in 2000.
A recent plan devised by a team of Liberal Democratic Party lawmakers to grant financial aid to victims of crimes perpetrated by the Aum Supreme Truth
cult can be regarded as an extremely unusual measure.
"The mission of Catholic University is to discover and impart the truth in all its aspects and its essential relation with the supreme Truth
: God, through academic endeavours and scientific research," says the Dean of Students Magdaline Dimba.
Those who believe in kvocho (bad omens) took the devastation of the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake which struck Kobe on 7 January 1995, and the release of sarin gas in Tokyo's metro, 20 March 1995, by members of the Aum Shinrikyo (Supreme Truth
Sect), as systematic of what was going wrong with Japan, especially when measured against the inept municipal and governmental response to the crises.
Sarin was also used by the Aum Supreme Truth
doomsday cult to kill seven people and injure 300 in Matsumoto, Japan, in 1994.
Hatmaker's son Asahara, real name Chizuo Matsumoto, led the Aum Shinrikyo Supreme Truth