Moon had sex ceremonies with the wives of all the first 36 couples.
Unification Church of Japan 1991 Pikareum lecture notes UPDATED
Official UC workshops:
Moon had sex ceremonies with the wives of all the 36 couples.
Introduction: The lecturers were Mr. Yoshiaki Hiro, Mr. Kunio Sano and Mr. Yasutomo Shirai. The one-day workshops took place near Tokyo (at the Miyazaki Center where 300 members attended) and in about four other cities in Japan between summer 1991 and spring 1992. They were held ahead of the publication of the book, The Tragedy of the Six Marys. These three pages of notes were typed by one of the participants at one of the workshops. There are also corroborating handwritten notes from three other participants who were at a different workshop location. Some of their information has been added from their notes.
Pikareum (pi = blood and ka-reum = separation). This is accomplished through sexual intercourse. Either a ‘messiah’ or a follower who has been cleansed and is ‘free from original sin’ has three sexual intercourse rituals with someone of the opposite gender to cleanse them of the taint of the ‘satanic blood.’ In the Unification Church a very similar expression ‘change of blood lineage’ is used. The words are slightly different but the meaning is the same. It is now done symbolically through the ‘holy wine ceremony,’ and the ‘three-day ceremony.’ Baek-moon Kim wrote about the ‘fall’ and a ‘three-day ceremony to purify the blood’ on pages 128-130 of the first of his three books, Theology of the Holy Spirit, which was published in 1954.
Passages in [ … ] have been added for the sake of clarification.
Following the three translated pages are the three original Japanese pages. For the full Japanese document, see the link below.
Teacher Moon explains why we must love him: “So there must be a fundamental difference between the First Advent and the Second Advent. At the First Advent, the Lord wanted to love God and people. But at the Second Advent, God and people must want to love him, and thus indemnify what they owe. Jesus came as a bridegroom and wanted to love brides; therefore, people, as brides, must love the bridegroom when he comes again. When God first sent Jesus, he sent him to be loved by people. But that was reversed by the disbelief of the people. Therefore, in the Last Days, God must restore that. When we have him on this earth, we have to have such a mind “to become crazy to love him.” So Jesus told people to love him more than their own mother and father, sons and daughters, or sisters and brothers. So people must make such a condition that they can never forget the fact that they love him, that they love him more than anyone else, even through the greatest difficulties. So you have to forget eating, and doing things to love him.” Master Speaks, December 30, 1971, Washington DC
Change of Blood Lineage Lecture 1991 広 Hiro 義昭 Yoshiaki
John the Baptist had a mission to testify to Jesus as the messiah, to become Jesus’ first disciple, and to lead Israel to follow Jesus. However, John was quite proud and was older than Jesus. After he initially testified to the people that Jesus was the messiah, he saw the reality that the people were going to Jesus to be baptised. This left John with a feeling of diminished power and less influence. His love for Jesus declined and he did not want to be Jesus’ main disciple. As a result, John the Baptist failed to fulfil his mission, and so he brought the providence to failure.