Aum Shinrikyo

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A Japanese religious movement founded in 1984 by Shoko Asahara, which is a composite belief system based on Asahara's idiosyncratic interpretations of yoga, Buddhism, Christianity, and Nostradamus. Aum gained international notoriety in 1995 when it carried out a sarin gas attack in the Tokyo subway system that killed 12 people
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Aleph Tav Technologies has spoken to IT heads who believe that an anti-virus tool and a firewall are more than enough, which paints a dismal picture.
The Aleph Hotel has many appealing characteristics, which make it an attractive investment opportunity and destination for both tourists and business travellers.
While Penguin caved in to pressure from the Shiksha Bachao Andolan Samiti, whose RSS- linked founder Dina Nath Batra resorted to legal action against the author, and pulped Doniger's The Hindus: An Alternative History , Aleph stood firm and refused to withdraw her On Hinduism .
Aleph Labs will be pitching BeyondTV, an application that enhances viewers' experience by combining conventional TV-watching with real-time interactive content such as Facebook and Twitter through a "second screen", typically a tablet device or smart phone.
The Italian favourite Mascalzone Latino defeated Aleph to seal its respective place in the last four stages of the competition that concludes on March 21.
ROME-ANCE: Ministry where lovers were caught; POSH PASH: Lovers stayed at 5-star Aleph Hotel
Is it possible that there are transfinite numbers between two alephs, especially between aleph-one and aleph-two?
Out hotel, the Exedra, which like the Aleph is part of the Boscolo Luxury Hotel group, is situated on the Piazza Republica.
p Jane Owen travelled with luxury tour operator Scott Dunn which offers a long weekend in Rome at either the Aleph or Exedra hotels from pounds 620 per person (two sharing) including four nights' B&B accommodation, transfers and BA flights from London.
According to an April 2001 Justice Ministry report, the Aum Shinrikyo group, which lost its religious status following its 1995 sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway system, was renamed Aleph and had an estimated 1,650 followers, a decrease from 10,000 in 1995.
Aleph is becoming sentient and has some unusual ideas about where Earth's future lies.
The painting was the centerpiece of a huge work, a room comprising seventy-eight panels, that Klarwein called The Aleph Sanctuary, 1971.