News on Dae Mo Nim and her husband
Dan Fefferman has written to HWDYKYM regarding Hyo Nam Kim, better known as Dae Mo Nim, stating:
“There are rumors of negotiations between the Kim family and the church to transfer CPL properties owned by them to the church.”
This was submitted earlier:
“Her husband [Jae Bong Kim] has a mistress – a caddy at the golf course he owns, which was paid for with money from members’ ancestor liberations. Mrs. Kim is currently not at Cheong Pyeong, but is recovering from “stress” somewhere.”
It has been rumored that the caddy is Chinese.
Exposing Cheongpyong – The Tongil Foundation exposes Cheongpyong and sends this content to American and Japanese members!
Moon left his wife and infant son in 1946 to join the “wife of Jehovah”
“The woman in the position of Jehovah’s wife
I was twenty-six years old… If I have inherited a blessing from a man, I must also receive one from a woman. If I receive a blessing from a man based on my connection with Kim Baek-moon’s group, I must gain the blessing from a woman, too. Otherwise, I cannot inherit all the dispensational foundation God has built up in Korea until now.
This is why a woman whom God can directly lead has to appear on earth, a woman who can say, “I am God’s wife.” Because God directly leads that woman, those in the spirit world connected to God can be mobilized to work with her. So for the first time, through a woman who could say she was Jehovah’s wife, God made a base to come to earth. Eve was Adam’s wife, but she was also Jehovah’s “external” wife, his bodily wife. What I am saying is true. Such things must be revealed and brought to fruition.
When I was in southern Korea, in the year of Korea’s liberation, I joined the Zion group, Kim Baek-moon’s group [Israel Monastery], for six months. This was the group for the New Testament restoration of the Garden of Eden. The group attracted all the spiritually open people throughout the whole of Korea.
There, they were talking about one grandmother who had declared she was the wife of Jehovah, but Kim Baek-moon’s group was deriding and mocking her. As soon as I heard them talking about this, I went to North Korea.
Works of both good and evil
The woman was called Grandmother Pak. She represented both restored Eve and Eve immediately after the Fall, so she was representing two divergent realities. She had flexible capacity; God sometimes entered her to perform His work, and Satan would also sometimes enter her to perform his work.
Her husband, whose surname was Han, was a very influential person, locally. They had ten sons who were really quite awful. He was one of the richest men in Pyongyang, and she lived in his home as his secondary wife. Restoration could not be carried out through his primary wife. The primary wife stood on Satan’s side, so the progress of restoration had to go through a side branch.
With an Eve who has reversed dominion, evil has to be changed and everything has to be taken under the charge of goodness. Heaven has to take charge of goodness, which is the root. It is necessary to go down to the myriads of slaves, lowly maidservants of the spirit world, playboys and lewd women in order to go up. All the bad things have to he straightened out and changed. That which is true has to be put with other true elements, and a new mother who can represent all women has to be created.”
Kirsti L. Nevalainen explains more about Grandmother Pak in her book:
Change of Blood Lineage through Ritual Sex in the Unification Church
Chapter 3. CHANGE OF BLOOD LINEAGE (extract) pages 61-70
Engrafting of Sun Myung Moon into the Blood Lineage of God
In the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s there were many Christian-related messianic groups in Korea. One of these groups was led by a woman called Pak Wol-yong. … Pak Wol-yong lived about 8 km away from Pyongyang, the capital city of North Korea. She was born in 1892 and married to a Han who was an influential person in Pyongyang. Around 1945 Pak Wol-yong began to claim to her followers that she was the wife of Jehovah (Yahweh). She told she had sex with God and received a new spiritual body from God through their sexual intercourse. So she became divine, and God’s spouse in flesh – a goddess incarnated.
Ms. Pak’s messianic group had a local chapter in Seoul. The leader of this church was a minister called Kim Paek-mun and his group was called Israel Sudo-won ‘Israel Monastery’. Sun Myung Moon was a member of Israel Monastery from the end of 1945 until mid 1946. Israel Monastery existed as a retreat in the countryside near Seoul, South Korea. …
In June 1946 Kim Paek-mun was planning to take some followers to North Korea for revival meetings in Pyongyang. Moon decided to go with them. … In Pyongyang Rev. Moon met Pak Wol-yong and arrived at her place on June 4th 1946. Ms. Pak was leading a messianic group, called Kwang-ya Kyohoe (the “Wilderness Church”). Israel Monastery, led by Kim Paek-mun, was in reality a branch of Kwang-ya Kyohoe. So Kim Paek-mun knew Pak Wol-yong. The church did not have official buildings and members met out in the open or in private homes.
Rev. Moon decided to stay in Ms. Pak’s spiritual group in Pyongyang. He was serving and obeying her completely, even taking care of her laundry. Rev. Moon’s work under her lasted longer than his previous work with Kim Paek-mun in Israel Monastery. Rev. Moon’s work under her came to an end sometime in mid 1947, when she refused to accept his declaration that she should obey him from then on. Rev. Moon required that Ms. Pak quit her position as a leader of her messianic group and surrender her position to Rev. Moon. Ms. Pak and her family were wealthy people, and Rev. Moon wanted to use her house as his base for mission work. According to Rev. Moon, Ms. Pak Wol-yong and her husband Han were the richest people in Pyongyang. They had 10 children. Rev. Moon tells he had to reverse the Fall, so he had to serve Ms. Pak who was in the position of Eve until she would witness to Rev. Moon as the son of God, hence carrying out the reversal. After that she would have to serve him. Ms. Pak got angry with Rev. Moon and required that Kim Paek-mun must be brought to her to replace Rev. Moon. After failing to convince Ms. Pak about his messianic status, Rev. Moon was compelled to find another woman in Eve’s position and form his own independent congregation in Pyongyang from the mid 1947 onwards.
The interesting question is why Rev. Moon began to consider himself as a Messiah and required Ms. Pak to surrender her leadership position to him in mid 1947? After all Pak Wol-yong was claiming that she was the wife of Yahweh and God’s spouse in flesh and her followers seemed to agree with this claim. The answer to this question came from Rev. Moon’s immediate disciple, from a woman called Chong Tuk-un [Deuk-eun Chong]. She was in Pyongyang at the time of the liberation from the Japanese rule. In 1946, she began to attend a church in Pyongyang area named Kwang-ya Kyohoe. In this church she met Pak Wol-yong and Sun Myung Moon. One day she received a revelation ordering her to kiss Sun Myung Moon.
Some time later Moon asked her if she had received a revelation. She could not but admit that she had received one. Then Moon said to her that a divine punishment would descend upon her, if she ignored God’s revelation. Therefore Ms. Chong had a sexual relationship with Moon, around June 1946. Some time later she learnt that “Teacher Moon” had already had the same ceremony with Pak Wol-yong, before she did with him. The words used by Ms. Chong were yongch’e-rul padatta (literally it means “received a new spiritual body”). The time when the word yongch’e began to be widely used by the Korean messianists is not known yet. However, the yongch’e seems to have flexibly meant a new soul, a new spirit, a new life, or new blood that was supposed to be handed on in the process of this ceremony. After Ms. Chong had received the yongch’e from Moon, she was ordered in a revelation to become a kyomo (“a religious mother”) for South Korea. She discussed this revelation with Pak Wol-yong and left for the South at the beginning of 1947. She negotiated with Ms. Pak and not with Moon which indicates that she considered Ms. Pak as the real leader of the church.
In order to the yongch’e ceremony to be held, there had to be a revelation from God dictating who give the yongch’e to whom. Secondly, both the giver-to-be and the receiver-to-be should give their words that they want to perform the ceremony at the risk of their lives. Finally, sexual intercourse with the giver on top of the receiver was to be conducted in the presence of a spiritual supervisor. While Ms. Chong called this ceremony “yongch’e exchange ceremony” or just “yongch’e ceremony”, some other words such as “blood-replacement ceremony” or “blood lineage exchange ceremony” also seem to have been in use by the Korean messianists. The yongch’e replacement in Korean is yongch’e kyohwan (= exchange of spiritual body), and the blood replacement in Korean is pigarum (= pi + garum = blood + replacement). The explanation, which Ms. Chong gave about this ceremony, can be summarized as follows:
Since Eve in the Garden of Eden received dirty blood from the “serpent” that was the embodiment of obscene desire, this dirty blood has been flowing within bodies of humans who are descendants of Eve. The ceremony of “giving and receiving the yongch’e” is a method for purifying this dirty blood. When a divine revelation is given, one who has already received the yongch’e, may be supposed to give it to the one who is allowed through the revelation to receive it. This is conducted in a holy atmosphere, and may be considered a kind of baptism.
The main issue involved in the motif of the exchange of spiritual body or the blood-replacement is what could be called the concept of Messiah or a theory of atonement. Who should be the first giver of the yongch’e? Whose blood was holy and who was supposed to start the purification process of blood of all descendants of Eve? Ms. Chong did not have a sense of mission as a “religious mother” before she had the yongch’e ceremony with Moon. And she knew that Moon had received the yongch’e from Pak Wol-yong before she herself received it from him. In her own understanding, the first giver of the yongch’e, or holy blood, was Pak Wol-yong. Therefore when she received the revelation about her mission as a religious mother for the South, she discussed it with Pak Wol-yong as her leader. As to Sun Myung Moon he received the yongch’e from Ms. Pak in June 1946. So she was his Messiah. The yongch’e was transferred from God to Ms. Pak and from her to Moon, in this order.
The blood lineage exchange ceremony’ pigarum or ‘receiving a new spiritual body’ yongch’e is based on the idea that a divine being with pure blood can pass on his or her sanctity to another person through a sexual intercourse. Children who were going to be born through the yongch’e or pigarum ceremonies would be without sin. Sun Myung Moon and his associates practiced their blood lineage exchange ceremonies in private homes in Pyongyang and later in South Korea. In August 1946 complaints were made against Moon, and he was charged with committing adultery. As a result he was imprisoned for 100 days in Daedong detention house, Pyongyang.
After leaving prison, Moon resumed his activities and left his first wife [Ms. Choi Sun-kil, married to her in 1945] to marry his follower, Ms. Kim [Chong-hwa] . … On February 22, 1948, the North Korean police again arrested Moon on the grounds of bigamy and disturbing social order. He received a five-year sentence in Heungnam labor camp. Ms. Kim, whom he had married, was sentenced to prison, too. Moon had never divorced his first wife and although legally a bigamist, he viewed his blood replacement activities as responses to the Holy Spirit. Moon was freed from the Heungnam prison in October 1950…
After Ms. Kim Chong-hwa was released from the prison in Pyongyang, after a year [in prison], she moved to South Korea and never contacted Sun Myung Moon any more. She had lost her faith in Moon as the Messiah. In South Korea, Moon sent his disciple Pak Chong-hwa to meet her seven times, before finally accepting that she would not return. Later she moved to the United States.”
Kirsti L. Nevalainen’s book is available on Amazon.
Change of Blood Lineage through Ritual Sex in the Unification Church
This post elaborates on the reference to the “wife of Jehovah” in
Sex organs found at Cheongpyeong – male and female organs installed outside the Jeongshim Prayer Hall.
Cheongpyeong has negative impact on local communities. Many have lost property and money.
Controversy over special relationships involved in “Unification Church Road” costing 10 billion won ($9.76 million) in taxes.
The County Road 4 running from Seonchon to Songsan-ri in Seolak-myeon that is currently undergoing road-widening works hardly has any traffic. This access road to an area that has a concentration of Unification Church related buildings has been widened, and the land owned by local residents has been expropriated for a song. [Taken from them for little money].
County Road 4 in the Songsan-ri area in Gapyeong, that has a concentration of Unification Church buildings like the Cheongshim International Hospital, is undergoing a road-widening project from 2 lanes to 4 lanes, while land owned by local residents is being expropriated for little – at 70% of market rates. When local residents ask, “why is the county road being widened even though there is little traffic” the Gapyeong County Office replies “the works are necessary to accommodate the increasing numbers of tourists.”
It has been pointed out that private land being expropriated to widen the access road to Songsan-ri, Seolak-myeon, an area that has a concentration of Unification Church related buildings, and 10 billion won ($9.76 million) in taxes being poured into the project, is causing disputes over the possible special favors given to a certain religion. This is not to mention a waste of the county budget. Half of the 34,342㎡ (8.4 acres) of land overlapping the section was formerly owned by local residents who were handed compensation valued at about 30% less than market value.
On July 2nd, data and explanations, compiled from Gapyeong County and the Cheongshim International Cultural Foundation, show that Gapyeong County received the request from the Cheongshim International Cultural Foundation to widen County Road 4. Construction to widen and pave a section of 3.34km running from Seonchon-ri to Songsan-ri in Seolak-myeon has been underway since June 2011.
After this section, that belongs to County Road 4 is completed next month, plans are underway to connect this section to the 2 lane National Road 75 that will connect Seolak to Cheongpyeong. (This road is planned to be opened in 2016). The cost for land reimbursements is 5.6 billion won ($5.4 million), the construction costs are 14.7 billion ($14.3 million). The total is 20.3 billion ($19.7 million), of which the Unification Church will cover 50%, while the remaining 50% will be covered by Gyeonggi Province and Gapyeong County. Half of the land required for the project (70,980㎡, 17.5 acres) was donated by the Unification Church and the other half was expropriated from residents. According to the appraisal, local residents received 5.64 billion won ($5.5 million) in compensation.
On the afternoon of June 27th, as the final stages of construction proceed, the section from Seokchon to Songsan-ri appears to be deserted, with hardly any traffic. The road-widening works reach as far as Songsan-ri, an area with a concentration of Unification Church buildings that include the Cheongshim Graduate School of Theology, Cheonshim International Academy, Cheongshim International Hospital, Cheongshim Peace World Center, and the Cheonjeonggung Museum. Meanwhile nothing has been done for the remaining section of Country Road 4, approximately 4.8km stretching from Songsan to Misari that is so narrow that 2 cars can barely pass abreast.
Seonchon-ri residents were against the road-widening from the start and even though they held up placards and sent petitions to Gapyeong County, Gyeonggi Province, the Anti-Corruption Commission and the Civil Rights Commission, nothing could be done. Instead they had their land expropriated at a 30% below market value. Ki-dong Lee (61 years old), who had a fertile rice paddy and a house totalling about 4,000㎡ (43,000 ft2) in total area, said “real estate experts said I would get 1 million won ($976) per 3.3㎡(pyeong, or 35 ft2) of land, but instead I was compensated 630,000 won ($614). I was wronged, but what chance does a countryside resident have against the government?” Another resident Bo-hyeon Nam stated, “If they are going to do any road-widening, they start with the National Road, widening the County Road to four lanes and connecting that to the 2-lane National Road makes no sense. The project was to create a 4-lane access road for a particular religious group using tax payer’s money.” One Seonchon-ri resident expressed concern by stating, “splitting the village into North and South with a wide road makes it difficult for seniors in the community to cross the street safely.”
Even the beneficiaries of the road-widening, the Songsan-ri residents, expressed dissatisfaction. Dal-wung Ham (73 years old) whose family has been in Songsan-ri for 7 generations said, “when the Unification Church moved in many of the 80 households of residents were scattered, leaving only 15. This disrupted our normal farm village life. We would access the mountain facing the village, Jangraksan Mountain (627m high) and grow lettuce and mushrooms, but since the Cheonjeonggung Museum was built we have been blocked from access, which has meant a loss of income for us.” A resident of this village, who goes by the last name Ham (51 years old) said, “This isn’t being done for public use, but rather for the expansion of a private road, and it is an encroachment onto the assets of the local residents who are unrelated [to the UC].”
Following this, Gapyeong County representatives stated that, “the construction was necessary to deal with the increased number of tourists that came with the opening of the Seoul-Chuncheon Expressway, not to mention to resolve the traffic congestion caused by the Unification Church buildings in the Seolak-myeon area. These works were not initiated because of some special favors to a certain religion. While there could be some misunderstanding, as a county with a low level of financial independence, our stance is to pursue projects that are effective.”
Reporter: Gyeong-man Pak
세금 100억들여 ‘통일교도로’ 특혜논란
10 billion won taxes for ‘Unification Church Road’
등록 : 2014.07.03 22:03
[Exclusive Report] Cheongpyeong Heaven and Earth Training Center. Claims have been made that hundreds of billions of won (hundreds of millions of dollars) were embezzled from Unification Church followers.
After the conflict among the siblings subsided, it reignites once again with internal conflict.
Weekly Today – Reporter Hyeon-jun Lee Published 2014.07.03
▲ Cheongpyeong Heaven and Earth Training Center in Seolak-myeon, Gapyeong, Gyeonggi Province.
The Cheongpyeong Heaven and Earth Training Center, which acts as the psychological center of the Unification Church, was embroiled in a battle over the embezzlement of public funds totaling in the hundreds of millions of won (hundreds of millions of dollars).
After the passing of Reverend Sun Myung Moon, the conflict among siblings, which has created internal disturbance within the Unification Church, now evolves into internal disputes arising between followers and the training center.
According to accounts from the Unification Church Followers Policy Committee (UCFPC) released on the 3rd of this month, on the 20th of last month, at the Cheongpyeong Heaven and Earth Training Center located in Seolak-myeon, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do, a certain Mrs. “K” was given a content certified ‘a public questionnaire regarding the embezzlement incident involving funds from the Cheongpyeong Heaven and Earth Training Center.’
According to the public questionnaire, the training center loaned 188.5 billion won ($183.9 million) to “J” Leisure Co., Ltd., 54 billion won ($52 million) to “H” Real Estate Development Co., Ltd., and 8.8 billion won ($8.5 million) to “C” Co., Ltd., 251.3 billion won ($245.7 million) in total.
Also, 11.7 billion won ($11.4 million) was loaned to the organization, the “C” welfare foundation, resulting in a total of 263 billion won ($256 million) loaned out without any reason.
The UCFPC insists that the company that loaned the funds from the training center falls under the ownership of Mrs. “K“‘s husband and son.
UCFPC states that the loan totaling in the hundreds of billions of won consists of donations made by all the Unification Church followers.
The UCFPC determined that the donations give to the training center contain the blood and sweat of the followers of the Unification Church from around the world and are not the property of a designated person, but are the public assets of the Unification Church.
One person from the UCFPC stated that “the training center the is the heart of the Unification Church and the place where Unificationists from around the world flock to” adding “such a scandalous incident should never take place here, but if it did take place then it must be corrected.”
This individual also said, “if it is revealed that the training center had in fact embezzled the funds then a punishment that is equally as harsh as the crime must be given.”
‘Weekly Today’ asked on several occasions what the training center had to say, on the record, in response to UCFPC’s public questionnaire, but received no comment.
But one individual from the training center, who insisted on remaining anonymous, explained in a phone call with ‘Weekly Today’ that “capital is required in the process of running projects of the public interest regarding the religious mission like the Parc development” and that “in that process an agreement was signed with the training center for the loan.”
Another person affiliated with the training center said, “we conducted an internal investigation and there is no problem with this, legally” adding, “however there are various issues with supplementing procedural matters.”
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Exposing Cheongpyong – The Tongil Foundation exposes Cheongpyong and sends this content to American and Japanese members!
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[단독] 통일교신도회, 천주청평수련원수천억원횡령주장
승인 2014.07.03 18:10:58
[위클리오늘=이현준 기자] 통일교의 정신적 중심지 역할을 하고 있는 천주청평수련원이 수천억원대 공금 횡령 의혹 시비에 휘말렸다.
문선명 총재 사망 이후 형제간 분쟁으로 내홍을 치렀던 통일교회는 이번엔 신도들과 수련원간 분쟁으로 또다시 내분 사태를 겪고 있다.
3일 통일교신도대책위원회(신대위)에 따르면 지난달 20일 경기도 가평군 설악면 소재 천주청평수련원 K씨 앞으로 ‘천주청평수련원 헌금유용 횡령의혹 사건에 대한 공개질의서’를 내용증명으로 발송했다.
공개질의서에 따르면 수련원은 ㈜J레저에 1천885억원, ㈜H부동산 개발산업에 540억원, (유)C사에 88억원 등 모두 2천513억원을 대여했다.
또 C복지재단 명의로 (유)C사에 117억원을 대여하는 등 모두 2천630억원을 아무 근거 없이 대여를 했다.
신대위는 수련원이 돈을 대여해 준 기업은 K씨의 배우자와 아들 등 K씨 일가족이 소유하고 있는 기업이라고 주장했다.
신대위는 수천억원에 달하는 이 대여금은 모두 통일교회 신도들의 헌금인 것으로 보고 있다.
신대위는 수련원의 헌금은 전세계 통일교회 신도들의 피와 땀이 담긴 것으로 특정인의 자산이 아닌 통일교회의 공적자산이라고 밝혔다.
신대위 관계자는 “수련원은 전세계 통일교회 신도들이 찾아 오는 통일교회의 심장과도 같은 곳”이라며 “이 같은 곳에서 추악한 일이 절대로 벌어져선 안되며 만약 추악한 일이 벌어졌다면 반드시 고쳐져야 한다”고 말했다.
이 관계자는 “만약 수련원이 공적자산을 횡령 한 것이 사실로 드러날 경우 그에 상응하는 벌을 받게 될 것”이라고 말했다.
‘위클리오늘’은 신대위측의 공개질의서 내용과 관련해 수련원측에 수차례에 걸쳐 공식입장을 요청했지만 응하지 않았다.
다만 수련원 관계자는 ‘위클리오늘’과의 전화통화에서 공식입장은 아니라는 전제하에 “종교적인 미션에 의해 진행된 파크조성 등 공익적인 사업 운영과정에서 자금이 필요했다”며 “그 과정에서 수련원으로부터 대여금 약정을 체결하고 빌려온 자금”이라고 해명했다.
또 다른 관계자는 “자체 조사를 벌였지만 법적으로 아무런 문제가 없었다”며 “다만 절차상 보완할 문제는 다소 있었다”고 말했다.
Now I have to come to know, I’ve truly come to know, Father, how your heart is filled with tears…
Whenever you sing this song, think of Hyo-min Eu who wrote it in 1956.
Hyo-min Eu in 1993
He was blessed as one of the 72 couples in June 1962. When many of the 36 couples left the UC, Hyo-min Eu was promoted to the 36 couples to fill a gap. He described the ritual sex, which he himself experienced, that took place in the ceremony. The ceremony for the 72 couples went on for over 11 hours.
The 72 Couples Blessing
“This Holy Wedding was held on June 4, 1962. Couples entered the hall in sets of three, and separate ceremonies were held for each set. As the couples entered, a congratulatory poem and song were offered, wedding vows were recited and rings were exchanged. Reverend and Mrs. Moon’s blessing prayer followed, and finally, commemorative photographs were taken. A one hour intermission was held after eight sets of couples had participated in the ceremony. The entire marriage ceremony was completed at 5:30 p.m., more than eleven hours after it had begun!”
Hyo-min Eu testimony notes from after he left:
Everyday, in the early days in the UC, Moon would ask the members, especially the sisters, if they had dreams about him. Moon would then interpret the dreams. The members were very impressed. Hyo-min Eu felt that Moon was really using this technique to get inside the heads of the members.
Moon, in public meetings, asked the sisters if they had sexual dreams about him.
In July 1955 Moon was arrested, and also Hyo-min Eu, because of the Ewha sex scandal. They all spent time in jail. (see link below)
In 1971 Hyo-min Eu left the Unification Church.
His cousins were Hyo-won Eu and Hyo-young Eu (brothers), and his younger sister was Shin-hee Eu. They all left the UC.
Hyo-min Eu was a photographer, and took many photos in the early days, including the one of Moon kicking his first wife, Sun-kil Choi. After he left the UC he became a successful businessman. Later he helped Chong-hwa Pak to write the ‘Tragedy of the Six Marys’ book. He was interviewed on Japanese TV about it (link below). According to a friend, he always tried to answer questions truthfully. If he did not know something, he said so.
Moon kicking his first wife after she found him doing pikareum.
10. My Offering
Words and music: Hyo-min Eu 1956
Now I have to come to know, I’ve truly come to know,
Father, how your heart is filled with tears,
For your altar stands and waits for an offering never made.
He cries through all the ages for still no offering comes,
Our Father cries in loneliness for He cannot share His heart.
Now I have come to know, I’ve truly come to know,
Father, now I know your blessed grace;
For you raised me from the darkness and gave to me new life.
I live and stand before you, but now you cry again.
My Father has to say to me,
"Go and die now in my place."
Now pledging I will go, determined I will go,
Father, now I’m changing to Your way,
For no other will I follow, but go my Father’s way
Upon Your waiting altar I kneel without a word.
My life shall be the sacrifice;
I will faithfully obey.
36 Couples – many left the Unification Church
This magazine article was published in 'Friday' magazine in Japan on Sept 3, 1993.
'Friday' magazine in Japanese:
See Hyo-min Eu’s video testimony:
Moon sex scandal at Ewha in the headlines.
Hyo-min Eu was arrested
Moon arrested for kidnapping a female student for three days.
Hyo-min Eu was also arrested. Korean 1955 newspaper article.
Dying on PLA
This next post is written by a former BC who questioned an authority figure on PLA and experience life-threatening consequences.
I’ll start with this: the moment I was dying was when I felt my soul sinking into the ground during the PLA 2000 tour, in a lavish town house owned by The Unification Church in Kensington, one of the most expensive neighborhoods in London, UK. I was 16 when this all happened. For some reason, my soul wasn’t rising as you might imagine when people die, probably because it was too tired, instead, it sank. I was in a sleeping bag and surrounded by 300 other kids all in sleeping bags, lined up like goods in the grocery store with little room to walk. Asleep, I slowly realized that I was sinking through my sleeping bag, past my body, into the oriental rug and through hardwood floor, deep into the ground, creeping further and further below the foundation of the building. So I knew I was dying—but I didn’t feel the least bit sad or upset. In fact I was relieved—even ecstatic. It meant that the torment from my supposed fellow BCs would be over, that this pain from the infection raging through my body that left my neck, arms, wrists wrapped in puss filled bandages, and my body so fatigued (so. fatigued.) would be over. The ground felt cool, and was getting colder, and it was really actually quite refreshing.
How great would that be to not have to wake up? Who cares if these people found a dead girl in her sleeping bag in the morning. Good for them. They might be surprised but they’d get to spin some fantastic story about my soul paying indemnity for the crimes that my Japanese ancestors committed against the Koreans; that’s apparently how they were explaining my mysterious illness to friends— an illness that had my upper body oozing a relentless and embarrassing flow of thick yellow puss, that had me changing my bandages every hour if I had the energy and a clean bandage on me. I found out that this story was making the rounds through the 300 or so BCs who were also on that tour. Before that, someone who I went to summer camp with for years, actually asked nonplussed, if I was currently struggling with Satan. Another story that others hinted to was that I was fallen. Writer’s note: At that point in time, like many of you, I had not so much as held a boy’s hand, let alone kissed anyone, made out and definitely never lost my virginity. I was precocious, spirited, ballsy—like any teenager trying to find humor in strange places. Most things I did was for the sake of a good laugh. But I was in my heart a total straight arrow, and I believed in the church, seriously, like the best or worst of them.
On this trip, there were also elders who took me aside from the group dinners and recounted the amazing stories about my dad and what a great guy he was at the religious seminary, the New Yorker hotel, Belvedere, etc. And then they would say; Why would you disappoint him so horribly?
I wouldn’t know exactly how much I was disappointing him because I was never allowed to call him or my mom, or make any phone calls for that matter. I was being guarded 24/7, my passport was locked up, I wasn’t allowed to sleep much (I would be kept up later and woken up earlier than the others), nor take showers, which caused, what I would later find to be a trio of life-threatening infections coursing through my body. I had a very different experience from other BCs who were free to eat, shower, and sleep.
When I felt like my soul must have been half a mile below ground. I stopped, because this was it. Then I felt something big—bigger than me, bigger than everything and everyone around me, pulling me up with the utmost urgency, and I knew that this big thing gave a damn— even if I didn’t. I snapped back to my body with a whiplash that woke me up, panting, freaking out. Even if I didn’t care to live (and I really didn’t), even if these 300 other people around me, even if my religion didn’t care, God, the universe, this force, without a doubt, cared violently. This is when I realized that God did not move exclusively through organized religion, he/it moves and vibrates in anything, in everything. So my direct relationship with this force was felt for the first time under those floorboards, separate from and despite the machinations of my religion.
I immediately woke up and saw in the reflection of this gigantic ornate gold mirror on the wall opposite me, what looked like at least 20-30 white, blue glowing shadows, all very tall, standing around me and the dozens of sleeping BCs around me. Who they were, I’m not sure, I was delirious, and more importantly I was terrified that I had almost died, and so willingly. I couldn’t go back to sleep. But now I had a fire in my stomach, to get through this alive and a rabid indignity against those who’d put me in this position, including myself. I would do right by the universe, by God, by surviving this.
I got here by making the mistake of questioning the director of the PLA on the modus operandi of the Pure Love Alliance, Day 1 of the tour. My fellow BCS didn’t make the mistake of vocalizing the inconsistencies in the logic of posing as a non-denominational group when we were 99% BCs, they didn’t stand up for the not even 1 percent non-BC kids who didn’t have a choice but to read the DP and join our prayers. If you are too precocious with too many rhetorical questions for elders, you’ll see just how nasty and how quickly the machine will mobilize against you.
Rev. Moon’s Insignificant Legacy
There’s not much to say. He’s a footnote in the history of religion, or the history of Korean Christianity. In other words, he’s not Satan, he’s just insignificant. Okay, he’s an unusual personality and he had a few strokes of genius, like coming to the West. For instance, what makes him stand out from the other Korean “messiahs” of his time, is that he cleaned up his act, made himself respectable with one wife, no more pikareun ceremonies ( well, not so many); and came to the West. He hit the Western world and managed to convince a few (probably no more than 4000, tops) young, idealistic, good-hearted, naïve Americans (and Europeans) that he was the messiah, the second coming of Christ. With a strong barrier of language and culture separating the young converts from the truth about him and his practices, he was safe for many years. The only people that could tell the truth about him, had all been handsomely paid off to keep them quiet. Or, they had been tossed aside back in South Korea ,too poor, too insignificant to cause him any trouble.
In the U.S. for a few years, he passed himself off as a strong anti-communist, and I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt there. . Okay, he poured money into the Washington Times, and several other anti-communist causes. But why the goodwill trips, photo ops, and all the millions of dollars of investment poured into that hell on earth, North Korea? Did it ever improve anything there for the ordinary people? No. And I say this because, if it had, you can bet your boots we would all have heard about it a zillion times. Well, I may sound cynical, but I think it was to buy off the North Koreans’ silence about what they really knew about him.
After various “outreaches” to other groups failed, and his followers started raising young families, he tried to set himself up as being all in favor of family values, thus came into existence the Family Federation. That never quite made it. He tried pouring out money to Christian pastors, paid them for various things, free trips to Korea, etc. etc. all those conferences; free trips for scientists, theologians, and other assorted junkets. None of that quite did it either. Then in his later years he tried re-positioning himself as a global citizen interested in world peace. That didn’t quite do it either. No, despite spending millions and millions of dollars, none of this ever brought him the relationships, prestige and credibility he sought.
What has he left? Well, I’m sure there’s quite a few illegitimate children that the likes of you and me have never heard of. I mean, all that pikareuning – tends to create fatherless children. So you can imagine, there’s a lot of heartache and unhappiness there. Then there’s the incredibly wealthy trues – with their $130 million trust funds in Swiss banks. Then there’s all the business interests and assets – over which the trues are fighting right now, and draining off millions of dollars to pay for the law suits. And, all that they have is material wealth. I mean, does any one of them stand out as being ethical, moral, unselfish, or what we would commonly recognize as a “good person?” From what I’ve seen they’re not the kind of people I’d like my kids to emulate, or hold up as a good example.
What else has he left? - Well, there’s a small number of dedicated, usually poor and aging followers, with a few second generation kids that remain loyal to the organization surrounding the trues. Maybe I’m being unfair, but I can’t really think of anything that he left this world that’s positive, uplifting or of genuine benefit and lasting value to anyone. Okay, I did meet a remarkable number of outstanding people in and through the Unification Church, and many are still my dear friends today, even though most of us left the organization years ago. I think that’s a testimony to the quality of the people that joined the Unification Church back in the 70s, and early 80s. It’s not really about Rev. Moon.
He and his followers claimed he was the Messiah. So where’s the evidence? Did he begin the Kingdom of heaven on earth? Uh, no. For many, those marriages and families he created are miserable and loveless. Did he overcome Satan by revealing the Fall of Man? Uh no, he just went out and repeated it over and over. Did he ever heal anyone of anything ? Uh, no. So many of his loyal followers ended up ill, and with no money to pay for medical treatment. Did he found the lineage of God on earth? Uh, no. Did he create a “true family” ? Uh, no. So despite those and all the other claims of Rev. Moon and his apologists, I cannot see any messianic qualities, or one single thing in the way of a legacy that’s messianic.
Yeah, the more I think of it, the more I’m convinced he’s a minor footnote, and very insignificant.
Validity of the Birth Certificate
- The birthday listed is August 14th, 1965, which her birthday is listed as in the Unification Church calendar and the notes of her sermon on August 14, 2011 state that they spontaneously sang happy birthday to In Jin
- Korea’s UC headquarters are in Yong-san-gu, the birth place listed on the certificate for the mother of the child
- Ben Lorentzen is listed as being born in Norway, and you could ask the average member and they would assure you that this is where he is from
- The son’s middle name is Auston Shin-Jin: “Shin” is given to every true grandchild and Auston would fit the pattern of the names of her other sons, Paxton, Rexton, and Preston (notice the on ending)
- Tia is awfully similar to Tatiana, the name In Jin takes in the “outside world”
- From what my research has shown (whitepages.com) Lowell Street, Lexington, MA is the address of James and Tatiana Park. Take notice of the mansion on Google Maps.
- Hak Ja Han is In Jin’s mother’s name; the surname of In Jin is listed as Han
- Han is the surname the Moon kids use
But seriously… if you are in denial about a birth certificate…
In Jin is just following in her father’s footsteps. Let’s not forget that SMM had a few illegitimate children.
The UC PR has shown to be disingenuous and awfully clumsy, so it is interesting to see their next move. We have been told that In Jin has been planning a campaign against someone who knows too much about Ben Lorentzen (guess who?). Usually, the UC will just not comment about controversial matters unless they get insanely spread around, like this will be. We will not be surprised if this is denied or excused. Providential affair?
When we started this a few years ago, we knew it was just the beginning. This finding is just the tip of the iceberg.
Oh, email In Jin at firstname.lastname@example.org and feel free to speak your mind!
Here is the birth certificate of Erik Auston Shin-Jin Lorentzen, son of Ben Hugo Lorentzen of Finnsnes, Norway and Tia Lorentzen of Yong-San-Gu, South Korea (with the surname of Han at birth).
Here is a note from a dear friend who sent this:
In Jin moon, Tatiana Park, and now Tia Lorentzen… same date and place of birth.
The document is official, from the office. No point saying it’s forged.
Not only does it prove that IJM has been having a sexual affair for the past 3 years while being still married but she also has a baby now with her boyfriend.
All the ones who have known about the affair for a while do not need this official paper to believe the fact.
Others might not be that interested in her sex life outside her marriage anyway, which is fine.
Not mentioning the ones in denial who keep rejecting any kind of truth.
But facts must be shown especially when it’s hidden. People can think whatever they want from then on.
Giving sermons about family values while having an affair with one of her employees doesn’t give her much credibility as a public person even less a pastor.
Using the pulpit to either brag about herself , belittle her husband, criticize her brother, and whoever she has issues with instead of uplifting the crowd with meaningful sermons is not the way to inspire people on a Sunday service neither the purpose.
Ruling the movement by imposing everybody in America to listen to her sermons or by firing anyone who would have different ideas is abuse of power.
Having leaders cover for her is outrageous.
So here is the document. You can deny it, doubt it, question it, whatever, it’s out there.