Moon left a puzzle which he never intended anyone to solve because then they would be as knowing as he. Sounds like he was afraid of being discovered. There’ s nothing left but shame and money for his family.
To their credit most of the Moon kids did not go along with their father’s crazy scheme.
Anonymous asked: Hyung Ji Nim should be well-Hung, like his big brother. Hung Ji Nim showed some cojones and sued his mother. Hyung should stop Mrs. Moon and CP Kim / Dae Mo Nim and Old Korean leaders. The UC should have the youth leading, not the old farts. Stuck in their smelly ways.
Are you Marianne Metcalfe who sang with me at the house on Hearst Street and fasted so I would join the church but I would not? I went to the Farm up North and that is where I started getting clearer on what you involved in, which made me sad. I have never forgotten you and your wonderful spirit and voice!! Every now and then I google looking for you. Did I finally hit gold?
- Paul Senn (summer student at Berkeley way back then)
How the unification church extorts money from their believers (longer and more revealing video).
"Today, this hour you write everything to this pledge card. Your husbands name, your wife’s name, phone number, occupation and contents of the ownership. This is your name. It’s a name. Private vehicle, house, building rice paddy, plowland. Write everything." Did you understand? Yes! Could you speak louder? Yes! Understand? Song: "I decide to go along the road of Mimune! Until I accomplish the mission of Mother." Hallelujah!
Sun Myung Moon had many secrets. He never explained the Principle or his rampant sexual abuse of hundreds of women.
Some of Moon’s “true” children are trying to clean the mess but their hands are tried.
Hyung Jin is spiritually inclined and has started a number of indemnity conditions to take back Father Moon’s mistaken seed.
The indemnity conditions involve strenuous masturbation sessions and spankings in a number of positions witnessed by providentially important characters, former presidents and women who Moon Snr impregnated. Because of Peace Place suspicions Hyung could not request Daemonim-Mrs. Hyo Nam Kim to invite Buddha, Hitler and Mohammad so their photos were used instead.
Hyung Jin by the ritual of 21,000 prostrations known as Cum Bay aims to suck back all of Moon’s seed. Critics believe that it is a plot to avert legal claims to Moon’s billions from Moon Snr’s illegitimate children like Sammy Pak who wants $20,000,00 for his mom, Mrs. Annie Won Bok Choi.
The secret answer is:
More like masturbating with Kook Jin over a Kahn arm, crooning like Barry White to the tunes of Absolute Sex.
What happened to his commitment to preach to the worldwide membership?
As soon as he lost his paid position he stopped acting interested.
Kwon Jin Nim likes touching the male members under the guise of teaching voice exercises. He touches their backs, chest and abdomen. He asks them to push him and looks into their eyes.
Kwon Jin shows more affection and love for the male members than for his wife, Hwa Yun Chun, with whom he has no children. Maybe the slutty In Jin or promiscuous James Park can donate a child and help King Kwon fulfill the 2nd Blessing?
Each of the Moon children are being given a shot at running the church which means having an all-expenses paid party.
If Kwon is queer then then that would balance his father’s womanizing. Give and take it, baby!
By Alastair Gale
Nov. 26, 2013 11:13 p.m. ETSEOUL - After South Korean soccer club Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma’s final home game of the season, its chief executive Park Kyu-nam joined the players and staff in the center circle, turned to face the stands and sank to his hands and knees in a deep bow.
Unification Church leader Moon Sung-myun handing over the Peace Cup trophy to Hamburger SV players after their victory against Seongnam IIhwa Chumna in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea, July 22, 2012. European Pressphoto Agency
“Seongnam Ilhwa Chumna is vanishing into history,” he told the crowd Saturday. “But Seongnam FC will be established. I will support it along with your love to be the best team.”
For Mr. Park, it was one of the final symbolic acts of handing ownership of the club from the Unification Church to the city of Seongnam, an affluent satellite town of Seoul that will run the team under the new name.
The history of Seongnam Ilhwa Chumna is one of success on the field and controversy surrounding it. The team, set up in 1989 as part of Tongil Group, an umbrella organization for businesses and other entities run by South Korea’s Unification Church, has won seven domestic titles and two regional championships. It is the country’s most successful soccer club.
Yet because of its links to the religious group, headed by Rev. Moon Sung-myun until his death in September 2012, Seongnam Ilhwa Chumna has been shunned by many people in its hometown and consistently has some of the lowest attendances in the top flight of South Korea’s professional soccer league.
Better known as the “Moonies,” the Unification Church is famous for its mass weddings and is considered by many to be a cult organization set up by a man who saw himself as the second coming of the Messiah. The church says it has around three million members.
Sports in general and soccer in particular were a personal interest of Rev. Moon, who was a keen fisherman. He created the Peace Cup in cooperation with Brazilian soccer legend Pele. The friendly tournament is held every two years and involves high profile European clubs such as Italy’s Juventus, JUVE.MI 0.00% Juventus Football Club S.p.A. Italy: Milan €0.24 0.00 0.00% Dec. 2, 2013 5:30 pm Volume : 5.27M P/E Ratio N/A Market Cap €242.97 Million Dividend Yield N/A Rev. per Employee €1,157,720 More quote details and news » JUVE.MI in Your Value Your Change Short position as well as Seongnam. One of Rev. Moon’s last public appearances was at the Peace Cup tournament near Seoul in July last year.
Seongnam Ilhwa Chumna FC Chief Executive Park Kyu-nam tosses balls into the crowd along with the team following the final home game of the season on Nov. 23. Alastair Gale/The Wall Street Journal
When not attending games, Rev. Moon was said to watch Seongnam play via a special television feed set up at his home by the club. But following his death and his wife’s moves to take control of operations, the church’s interest in sports has waned. As well as moving to sell Seongnam, the church has suspended the Peace Cup.
"We decided that our group will be church-centered and so we’re reducing other activities," said Tongil Group spokesman Ryu In-yong. The church also owns two professional soccer clubs in Brazil’s lower leagues but says it doesn’t have plans to sell them at the moment.
Connections to the church are clear at Seongnam’s home ground, where many of the sponsored billboards advertise other businesses in the Tongil Group. While there is no obvious religious imagery, the club name “Ilhwa Chumna” is a combination of the word for harmony and “heaven’s horse,” a winged stallion that is also the mascot of the club.
Seongnam City plans to drop those words from the club name as part of the breakaway from church ownership. Negotiations over the deal are ongoing but are expected to be completed later this year.
Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma’s team logo, which has seven stars for seven domestic league titles. Alastair Gale/The Wall Street Journal
The acquisition has faced local opposition because of the religious associations of the club and concerns over the cost. Seongnam Mayor Lee Jae-myung has said shares in the club will be offered to the public as it aims to generate a better relationship with the local population and pull in larger crowds.
Despite finishing this K-League season mid-table, Seongnam has the second-lowest average attendance at home games. One match, only 749 people showed up, the lowest in the league all season. But more than 20,000 were there for the final home game, a 0-0 draw with Daegu FC.
People at the game expressed hope that the club will turn a corner under the new ownership. “We will always be here supporting Seongnam,” said Maeng Tae-ho, a supporter for eight years.
Following Saturday’s game, Mayor Lee and Mr. Park, the chief executive, embraced on the pitch and both were given a warm reception by fans.
"I will pray every day so things will go well," Mr. Park said