This is the topic that you can search on the internet and not find an answer that will satisfy you. This is the topic that all those people who don’t believe in Law of Attraction use to try to prove their case. These non believers use the argument that says “if Law of Attraction is true and really worked, then are you telling me that 6,000,000 Jews manifested, chose, and attracted their own death in the holocaust?”
Then the non believers go on to mention 911, slavery, young children raped and killed, babies being murdered and any atrocity they can put forth. They assert the following as the base of their argument. “So if Law of Attraction were a real law of the universe, then I must accept the belief that all these atrocious death scenarios were chosen and attracted by the victims. Are you saying that the victims are to blame for their own deaths?
I must admit it sounds like a great argument and who could possibly explain this? I, also, admit I searched and searched all over the internet and could not find one LOA guru who could explain this argument properly from the side of the believers of Law of Attraction. All the great Law of Attraction gurus don’t really like to deal with this argument and its corresponding set of questions.
It is almost comical to watch them try to sweep this one under the rug. They know that any explanation that you offer to all these Jewish people is going to infuriate them and elicit rage and anger if you in any way try to tell them that these Jews “attracted” this fate with their vibration.
The same, of course, holds true with the loved ones of those who died in the 911 holocaust or the descendants of slaves. I call 911 a holocaust very properly but for reasons that are really the subject of a whole other article or book. Now also the parents and loved ones of murdered children and babies are not going to accept that these children and babies chose and attracted their gruesome deaths through their vibration.
So this argument is the great debate and the great divide between those who believe in Law of Attraction and those who do not. Yet there really doesn’t seem to be any great debate going on because not one person has offered an adequate argument on the side of those who believe in Law of Attraction. And, their simplified answers or even no answers that “insinuate” that these individual’s vibrations have indeed attracted these ugly circumstance scenarios, even further infuriate those non believers and loved ones.
Now of course I choose not to offer some anonymous argument on the side of Law of Attraction but I must tell you that my name is Seth Manne and I’ am the author of a new book entitled “Manifesting The Ultimate: Perfect Health, Massive Wealth, True Love and Infinite Happiness. Why on earth would I tackle a subject like this which can stir the angst of so many people? It is almost like it is the anti-thesis of my own book. “This” would appear to be manifesting the worst, atrocious, ugly, inhumane of possible circumstances and scenarios…would it not?