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Message Subject more about the Fatima apparitions..
Poster Handle wildhoney
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Miracle at Hiroshima-August 6, 1945



At 2:45 a.m. on August 6, 1945, a B-29 bomber took off from the island of Tinian to drop the first atomic bomb on Japan. At 8:15 a.m. the bomb exploded eight city blocks from the Jesuit Church of Our Lady's Assumption in Hiroshima. However, the four Jesuit fathers stationed there survived: Fathers Hugo Lassalle, Kleinsorge, Cieslik and Schiffer. (Note - all other accounts state clearly that there were eight Jesuits stationed in this home not four - and it is well known that all eight survived - the author of this present article apparently only had the names of four of them, for instance Fr. Arrupe is left out of the list - and at this writing, I have not been able to find the names of the other three Jesuits. end of note.) According to the experts they "ought to be dead," being within a one-mile radius of the explosion. Nine days later on August 15, Feast of Our Lady's Assumption, U.S. forces were ordered to cease fire.
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 Quoting: wildhoney

don't believe it ... first, the atomic bomb was exploded 1000 feet in the air above the city of Hiroshima. that in itself is more than eight city blocks and everything near ground zero was leveled....80,000 people were killed in that explosion

but to say eight city blocks, no, a mile or two maybe, three miles perhaps

you give an explaination sounding like that of some religious zealot, but perhaps i may be too harsh
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21269262

Dont believe what?
 Quoting: wildhoney

i don't beleive it was eight city blocks and someone survived. could it have been eight miles and someone survived
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21269262

And it wasnt someone..read the link..they allegedly all did survive..all the jesuits there..practically unscathed too..and seemingly no radiation secuels in later years

if you have read the book Hiroshima and Nagasaki you will agree this would be quite extraordinary..as the secuels due to radiation poisoning were felt even allegedly decades later

awful..absolutely awful verysad
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