Hak Ja Han has fun eating with her dead husband, and casually makes conversation with him.
More Reflections on Hak Ja Han
When she gave a “prepared for her in advance” Women’s Federation for World Peace speech in Israel, none of the guests listened to her. Instead, all the guests talked among themselves and eventually just walked out on her leaving only church members in the audience. After the speech was over she scolded the WFWP members for “not preparing the guest to receive her”.
She expected non-UC guests to know her position as the true mother and treat her accordingly. When they did not recognize her position and authority she did nothing to take responsibility for loving or engaging her guests. She simply walked out onto the stage, began reading from the prepared speech and then left. In fact, the only time she even looked up from the pages of her speech was when making some philosophical point. The only welcome the guests got from her was the reading of the introduction to the speech. She did not act in a kind way or a motherly way or even a normal human way to anyone there, not even to her own church members.
She came off as detached because she is detached from the real world. She came off as uncaring because members coddled her from the time she married SMM so she never developed even simple human relationship skills. She didn’t even look up from the speech—she simply read the damn thing like a robot. She had the audacity, the nerve, the immaturity to blame others for the response SHE GOT FOR HER SPEECH!
I blame, in part, her husband Sun Myung Moon, for her total lack of human development. He stole her innocence by taking her as his bride when she was so young and underdeveloped. She was only sixteen by western methods of calculating age. As his wife, SMM locked her away inside their many palatial estates where sniveling sycophants (leaders and members) bowed down to her every whim. By keeping her from real world exposure her growth as a wife, mother, friend or simply a good human being, was severely retarded.
Her intrapersonal, intellectual and spiritual growth was sacrificed on the altar of her ego.
What goes on behind those huge fruit stacks? Looky here.
Is Hak Ja Han the Incarnate Holy Spirit?
Sun Myung Moon declared that he and his wife Hak Ja Han are the Messiah, the Lord of the Second Advent and the True Parents of humankind on August 24, 1992 in Seoul, Korea. Hak Ja Han was declared as perfect and a co-messiah. This means the Unification Church considers her to be the incarnate Holy Spirit. So Hak Ja Han has been a perfect spiritual and physical being for the past 22 years. How does it show in her theology and her practical works in the UC?
If you read Hak Ja Han’s public speeches during the past 22 years it is very difficult to find any new theological insights in her talks, especially from a woman’s point of view. Also in theology it is necessary to add the female vision to the male and as a consequence that process will be transforming. Hak Ja Han does not tell about her spiritual (and physical) experiences about God / Mother God even though the Holy Spirit proceeds directly from the Godhead. She merely repeats her husband’s theology. As to her concrete activities in the UC she has not initiated any new approaches to serve humankind. Not only in theology but also on the practical level in the church activities the female vision should be realized.
What The Church is Doing With Your Money
UCI Lawsuit News: Church’s Appeal Dismissed
The plaintiffs in the UCI case (church side) attempted to appeal the judge’s decision to dismiss the UCI case. They appealed the decision, but this was also dismissed by the judge. This latest development can be considered as the complete defeat of the plaintiffs in the UCI case. On top of that, Peter Kim, who has been the main person leading the lawsuits till now, suddenly stepped down voluntarily. In this situation, members are watching what decision the church leadership will make with regards to the lawsuits.
On December 19, 2013, the judge in charge of the UCI case issued an order dismissing with prejudice the case presented by the church. Although the first hearing ended with the judge’s order of dismissal, this order didn’t immediately go into effect. The order included clauses stating that the decision of dismissal would come into effect after two other issues related to the case were resolved. Basically, this was an indirect way for the judge to give the initiators of the lawsuit a last chance to solve this issue outside the courts.
However, instead of taking a hint from the judge’s attempt to find a positive way to solve this issue, certain individuals of the church leadership who pursued the lawsuit distributed a document titled, “Regarding the unfair decision in the UCI lawsuit,” to members and pastors. They portrayed the situation as if the judge had issued an unjust decision. At the church leaders’ summit in Korea, one of the top representatives of the church came out stating that this lawsuit must continue. Using questionable practices they persuaded True Mother of their view on the lawsuit, and on January 6 of this year they submitted an appeal to the judge’s order of dismissal. Yet, on February 20, a month and a half after they appealed the decision, the judge in charge of the case dismissed the appeal as well. This latest decision shows clearly the position of the US court in terms of the UCI case.
The UCI lawsuit started on May, 2011, and is now about to reach its third year. More than 100 billion won (approx. 93 million dollars) of public funds have been wasted in legal expenses related to this lawsuit. If lawsuits in our movement continue, the scale of the damage will increase. Considering that the financial loss alone is so tremendous, the providential damage must be unimaginable.
Currently, Peter Kim, who was the main force behind this lawsuit, is not around True Mother any more. Instead of taking full responsibility for the lawsuit he initiated, Peter Kim spinelessly passed the entire burden of this lawsuit onto True Mother. Peter then disappeared after giving some excuse about his health. Then, what is the wisest decision that can be made regarding this lawsuit? It is beyond obvious that they will lose even if they appeal again; the more they increase such attacks the more the damage will end up returning to True Mother. Should they still insist on continuing this lawsuit?
The church leadership continuously lied to members that they were sure to win the Yoido Parc1 lawsuit, but they ended up losing in the first and second hearings. Now another defeat awaits them in the Supreme Court. When they faced defeat in the Yoido lawsuit the church leadership turned their attention to the UCI lawsuit. They boasted absolute victory in the UCI lawsuit, but a year and a half later that promise also turned out to be another lie. How long will the church leadership deceive the members with such lies? How long must True Mother be deceived by them?
From now on whether it is the UCI lawsuit, or the Yoido Parc1 lawsuit, whoever continues pushing for lawsuits or working behind the scenes to further exacerbate lawsuits, their wrongdoing will be revealed in front of history for all to see. And, depending on their level of participation in such lawsuits, they will be held absolutely responsible and their future generations will not be able to hide their shame.
I served the famous professors and scholars, and eventually they learned that the Reverend Moon is superior to them. Even Nobel laureate academics who thought they were at the center of knowledge are as nothing in front of me.
Watch out, I have the ability to lie.
A little reminder to where your money is going. A day in the life of Hak Ja Han.
According to Scott O’Brien, True Mother “held each of Kwon Jin Nim’s and Sun Jin Nim’s hands and told [them] they are all she has left of her loyal children follower. Like Joshua and Caleb, she said, whose names will be remembered.”
New article out!
In Jin’s affairs, Sammy Pak’s identity and lawsuits against the Moons and Paks (as well as his own mother’s lawsuit), “Moon’s organization reportedly help[ing] finance a coup—orchestrated by right-wing paramilitaries, cocaine cartels, and fugitive Nazi war criminal Klaus Barbie”, Jin Sung (James) Park’s cocaine issues and business ties to the Biden family, and other juicy Moonie information we never thought we would see published.
Thank you, Mariah Blake & New Republic.
For the full article:
The Fall of the House of Moon - By Mariah Blake, The New Republic
HIGHLIGHT: They used to be right-wing darlings, champions of traditional values. And you wouldn’t wish what happened to them upon any family.
One Sunday morning in February 2010, Bob Exler, a fiftysomething engineer, arrived at the faded ranch house in northwest Houston where he regularly worshipped the Reverend Sun Myung Moon. Most people know Moon for his mass weddings and his ultra-conservative newspaper, The Washington Times. But Exler, who joined Moon’s Unification Church in 1972, had been inspired by Moon’s mission to rebuild the traditional family. As he told me, “I didn’t wanted to be part of this McDonald’s Drive-Thru society, where you go from one partner to another.”
For many years, the Sunday service had followed an unchanging routine. Exler and his wife, Susan—who were matched by Moon and married in a mass ceremony at Madison Square Garden—would join fellow disciples in pledging their loyalty to a portrait of Moon, or, as they called him, “True Father.” They would then sing hymns in Korean and English, and listen to sermons by a rotating cast of elders.
But on this particular Sunday, Exler and his fellow congregants arrived to find that the portrait of their leader, in his traditional Korean robe, had vanished. In its place was a wide-screen television with simulcast footage of the Reverend Moon’s 45-year-old daughter, In Jin, speaking from a podium at the Manhattan Center, the concert venue where “America’s Got Talent” was filmed. With her thick makeup and sculpted red hair, In Jin bore a striking resemblance to a game-show host. After welcoming the “one hundred six churches all across the country” that were tuning in, she pointed out the church’s new “Liberace piano,” a rhinestone-encrusted Baldwin grand. Her love of Liberace, she explained, dated back to a show she’d seen in Las Vegas as a child. “I must say that he was fabulous,” she recalled, in an affected British accent. “He used to fly through the air, hoisted on a cable. He wore glorious capes—some were rhinestone, some were velvet, and they had all different textures.” At first Exler was intrigued, but after months of watching In Jin’s broadcasts, which had replaced the church’s normal services, his fascination turned to dismay. “We just turned on the TV, sat there for ninety minutes, then everyone went home,” says Exler. “The sense of community was destroyed.”
In Jin had assumed control of the U.S. church at a precarious moment for Moon’s religious empire. Her father had come to the United States from Korea nearly 40 years earlier, aiming to “subjugate” America as the first phase in a plan to establish a new world order. Moon had gone on to amass extraordinary political influence, building a vast network of powerful right-wing organizations and forging alliances with every Republican presidential administration since Ronald Reagan’s. In 2004, he and his wife even staged an elaborate coronation ceremony in the Dirksen Senate Office Building, which at least a dozen lawmakers attended. Republican Roscoe Bartlett bowed down before the couple, and Democrat Danny Davis carried in one of two golden crowns that were placed on their heads. Moon then informed the audience that “kings and presidents” had declared him “humanity’s savior” and that Jesus, Buddha, Hitler, and Stalin had been “reborn as new persons” through his teachings.
Mariah Blake is a reporter for Mother Jones. Her work has also appeared in The Atlantic, The Nation, Foreign Policy, and Washington Monthly, among other publications.