For Anarchist Communism.
For those on alt.religion.unification, alt.support.ex-cult,
alt.religion.Christian who are unfamiliar with Eric Richardson note
that he is a propagandist for the Korean Master racist and anti-Semitic
version of the Jewish Messiah Sun Myung Moon
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coulda predicted that, and so can scriptures if ya bothered to
them. Jesus said, "give unto ceasar, that which is due ceasar".
If you could be bothered to read the beginning of that dialogue (and
not just the end of it) you will find that it clearly states that this
was a 'trick question' posed to Jeshua by the religious hypocrites.
This begs the question of why it was a trick question to ask 'should we
pay taxes' (since in Christian America it would be a perfectly normal
question which most Christians would answer in the affirmative / though
cult leader Moon would probably decline to pay taxes - he served time
for this and lives off of tax free narco-dollars - suitcases of cash
flown in by his cultists ).
Since Jeshua called for those who would follow him to give all their
money to the poor and to carry no purse - no coin and to accept no
money (only food and shelter) from anyone (which the Christian
hypocrites univerally disobey) this begs the question of how he could
pay taxes. Clearly if he said 'yes pay taxes to the Romans' then he
could be accused of hypocrisy and of collaborating with the Roman
idolaters (the Romans were despised by the Judaic revolutionaries /
siccari / terrorists / freedom fighters) and if he said No he could be
accused of anti-Roman propagandising / terrorism etc.
The fact that he had to avoid a yes / no answer is universally
considered by most scholars to only be explained in the above manner.
The Alternative Moon cult Internet Sites (for the global holocaust of
all Moon cultists; 'especially' the women and children.).
Lucifer's response to the Divine Principle:
Anarchism, Creationism and the World Food Problem.
My position on the world food problem on:
My positions on Anarchism are on
On Liberation Theology / the God of the oppressed, I have a short film
stating my position on:
Light Science, the Arc of the Covenant and the Kabaala (Egyptian
Mystery cultism; an executable offense under the Law by the way).
Lion of Judah Publications: CIA torture schools:
The New City of Jerusalem:
History of the Jews Part One. Gods of the Egyptian Cults
Apocalyptic Weapons of the Final War and Holocaust: US Prison Camps,
Underground Bases and Prison Trains for 15 million people.
See: http://www.luciferia.tv/IndexBookofRevelation.htm The Revelation
to John. The Final War of The 12 Tribes of Israel. Global Apocalyptic
War. Nuclear, biological and chemical guerrilla war. The fall of the
cities of the First World The 1500 mile square city of glass. The 1000
year agricultural revolution.
Execute the Useless Eaters. Feed the Children.
None are free till all are free.
The 1000 Year Agricultural Revolution.
No gods (no idolatry). No Masters (No priesthood).
The Moon cult, the CIA & the Neo-Nazis.
DEATH, TORTURE, RAPE, MURDER, CASTRATION IN BOLIVIA
By Robert Parry. www.consortiumnews.com
R obert Parry is a veteran investigative reporter, who broke many of
Iran-contra stories in the 1980s for The Associated Press and Newsweek.
." On July 17, (1981) the Cocaine Coup began, spearheaded by Klaus
Barbie and his
neo-fascist goon squad dubbed Fiancés of Death. "The masked thugs were
Bolivians; they spoke Spanish with German, French and Italian accents,"
Levine wrote. "Their uniforms bore neither national identification nor
markings, although many of them wore Nazi swastika armbands and
The slaughter was fierce. When the putschists stormed the national
headquarters, they wounded labour leader Marcelo Quiroga, who had led
effort to indict former military dictator Hugo Banzer on drug and
charges. Quiroga "was dragged off to police headquarters to be the
a game played by some of the torture experts imported from Argentina's
dreaded Mechanic School of the Navy," Levine wrote. "These experts
their 'science' to Quiroga as a lesson to the Bolivians, who were a
backward in such matters. They kept Quiroga alive and suffering for
His castrated, tortured body was found days later in a place called
valley of the Moon' in southern La Paz." Women captives were gang-raped
part of their torture. To Levine back in Buenos Aires, it was soon
"that the primary goal of the revolution was the protection and control
Bolivia's cocaine industry. All major drug traffickers in prison were
released, after which they joined the neo-Nazis in their rampage.
buildings were invaded and trafficker files were either carried off or
burned. Government employees were tortured and shot, the women tied and
repeatedly raped by the paramilitaries and the freed traffickers." The
fascists celebrated with swastikas and shouts of "Heil Hitler!" Hermann
reported. Col. Arce-Gomez, a central-casting image of a bemedaled,
pot-bellied Latin dictator, grabbed broad powers as Interior Minister.
Luis Garcia Meza was installed as Bolivia's new president. Among the
well-wishers arriving in La Paz to congratulate the new government was
Moon's top lieutenant, Bo Hi Pak (KCIA). The Moon organization
photo of Pak meeting with Gen. Garcia Meza. After the visit to the
mountainous capital, Pak declared, "I have erected a throne for Father
in the world's highest city."
According to later Bolivian government and newspaper reports, a Moon
representative invested about $4 million in preparations for the coup.
Bolivia's WACL representatives also played key roles, and CAUSA, one of
Moon's anti-communist organizations, listed as members nearly all the
leading Bolivian coup-makers. [CAIB, Winter 1986].. As the drug lords
consolidated their power in Bolivia, the Moon organization expanded its
presence, too. Hermann reported that in early 1981, war criminal Barbie
Moon leader Thomas Ward were often seen together in apparent prayer.
Mingolla, the Argentine intelligence officer, described Ward as his CIA
paymaster, with the $1,500 monthly salary coming from the CAUSA office
Ward's representative. [CAIB, Winter 1986].. ..On May 31, 1981, Moon
representatives sponsored a CAUSA reception at the Sheraton Hotel's
Freedom in La Paz. Bo Hi Pak and Garcia Meza led a prayer for President
Reagan's recovery from an assassination attempt. In his speech, Bo Hi
declared, "God had chosen the Bolivian people in the heart of South
as the ones to conquer communism." According to a later Bolivian
intelligence report, the Moon organization sought to recruit an "armed
church" of Bolivians, with about 7,000 Bolivians receiving some
Widow Pays Church to End Husband's 'Suffering in Hell'
By Kevin Sullivan
Washington Post Foreign Service
Sunday, August 4, 1996; Page A30
Tsuko Nakajima was about 40 when her husband died of heart disease in
February 1988, leaving her with a young daughter to raise. During her
grieving, a neighbor stopped by to offer her condolences.
According to her lawyers and court documents, this is what followed:
The neighbor was a member of the Unification Church, but did not
that at the time. She suggested going to an art show to take Nakajima's
off her tragedy. At the show, she persuaded the widow to pay about
for a painting. It later turned out the painting was purchased from a
company owned by Unification Church members.
Two months later, the church member told Nakajima that a "very famous
teacher" would be speaking nearby and invited her to come hear him.
widow met the teacher, he began crying and trembling. "Your husband is
descending. I can see your husband's body suffering in hell. I cannot
myself from shaking. Your husband is saying he wants you to donate"
When Nakajima resisted, the teacher told her, "If you delay your
your husband's body suffering in hell will appear to you in your
had better decide soon." Nakajima paid the money.
Several weeks later, the church member and other church members told
that her husband was still suffering in hell. They persuaded her to
by purchasing a small holy statue and two pairs of prayer beads for
$70,000. She bought a set of signature stamps, commonly used in Japan
instead of a handwritten signature, for another $2,000.
She had turned over a total of about $124,200.
In June 1988, four months after her husband died, Nakajima went with
church members to an apartment, where she met a man who appeared to be
praying. He told her: "Your husband is suffering in hell. Your husband
desires [about $500,000]. But your husband says that at the least he
you to donate [about $300,000]."
Nakajima replied that if she paid that much, it would drain the
her husband's life insurance payment. She said she needed the money to
her daughter to college. She was told that her husband died because of
karma from his ancestors and that if she did not donate, her daughter's
would be shortened by the same bad karma.
Fearing that the church members would never leave her alone, Nakajima
relented. She turned over the cash to a church member who told her the
would be used in a Unification Church project to build a tunnel between
Japan and South Korea. At a party at a Unification Church to celebrate
donation, she received a photograph of the Rev. Sun Myung Moon and his
In 1989, Nakajima hired lawyers to sue the Unification Church. In
settlements reached with several church members and church-related
in 1991, she recovered the initial $124,200 she had donated.
In May 1994, a district court in Fukuoka prefecture ordered the church
pay back Nakajima's $300,000 donation, calling the church's actions
"socially unacceptable." The church appealed, arguing that the widow
donated of her own free will and that, even if she had not, the church
not be held responsible for the actions of individual followers.
In February, an appellate court upheld the lower court ruling. It said
church members were essentially employees of the church and that the
was liable for their actions. The church has appealed.
Masuo Oe, chief spokesman for the Unification Church in Japan, said the
church was prepared to give the woman her money back. But he said the
contested the case because it believed the court was wrong to hold the
church responsible for the actions of individual members who might have
applied excessive pressure.
Oe said the pressure put on the woman to donate was not as malicious as
had described it in her testimony. "However," he said, "I heard she was
deprived of almost all her assets, so I think that was excessive."
Oe said he believes Nakajima donated the money freely, then changed her
and was encouraged to file her suit by lawyers with an anti-Unification
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The Korean Non-Judaic Messiah Sun Myung Moon who apparently considers
all women 'literally' to be his (sexual) brides.
For Anarchist Communism.
One. People One Kingdom. One Messiah.
None are free till all are free.
For Apocalyptic War and the Final Holocaust of all Capitalists,
Governmentalists and Religionists.
Execute all Moon cultists and all collaborators.
No mercy or quarter to they who deserve none.
The Tragedy of the Six Mary's" by Chung Hwa Pak. Moon and the 'Pi Ka
Run' 'cleansing of the womb' sex cult allegations
What follows is a description of the early practice of 'Pi Ka Run.'
Korean cult Messiah, Sun Myung Moon is alleged to have had sex with a
great many of the 'sisters' and now prepares all 'sisters' to receive
this practice with his sons and with the Korean leaders of the
movement; Papa (Father) San Choi, founder of the Japanese movement has
confirmed that Moon had sex the sisters of the 36 couple Blessing
including Choi's wife. Moon asks the sisters to love him more than
their husbands or children; Moon wants the sisters of his movement to
love him more than their husbands, whom he refers to as Lucifer,
whereas he is allegedly the true son of God and the anti-Semitic
saviour of the Jews (i.e. the Messiah).
The Tragedy of the Six Mary's" by
Chung Hwa Pak.
THE TRAGEDY OF THE SIX MARYS--A SUMMARY
Mr. Chung Hwa Pak, the man with broken legs who Reverend Sun Myung
Moon and Mr. Won Pil Kim carried and pushed on a bicycle from North
Korea to South Korea, wrote a book, entitled "The Tragedy of the Six
Marys." It is primarily about the purported experiences of Mr. Pak and
others with Rev. Moon in prison and in South Korea in the 1950s. There
also references to other periods from the testimonies of Mr. Pak and
other former members of the movement.
The book was published in Japan in 1993. It was reprinted four times
year. It was available through Japanese language bookstores, though
of Moon's cult allegedly bought up many of the remaining copies prior
its author being paid to withdraw the book. The following is
simply a summary of some of the stories (of alleged events)
that he wrote about accompanied by a testimony and an interview. This
should not be considered a translation. It was not possible to document
summary with footnotes and page numbers from the book. All quotations
paraphrased. Most of the stories were simply related verbally and
down. The reader has the testimonies of Mr. Pak and the witnesses to
There is no photographic evidence of Moon
practicing 'Pi K Rum' with any of the women who were originally 6
women; then 60 women
then just about anyone who joined. However there is a pool of
A representation is made by Korean former members of an unknown,
secret doctrine and practice of the Unification
Movement. Pi Ka Rum takes place with Western members only symbolically
All females of the Moon cult have been asked to 'love' Moon more than
their husbands and children;
Drinking Moon's semen, blood and other body matter mixed with holy
however Moon claims that there are many parts of the 'Principle (sic)'
which the world
cannot yet receive and that more will be revealed in the future.
A number of individuals have confirmed the 'Pi Ka Rum' allegations
including Papa San Choi and early National leaders who do not want to
named at this time but are known by Mars.
A number of years ago Doris Orme, for example, expressed that
she felt that 'True Mother (sic) had not united with True Father since
'Mother(sic)' did not want 'Father (sic)' to inseminate the female cult
that 'Father(sic) had allegedly Blessed (married) to Jesus in the
Ye Jin was also upset about this. Also during a public leaders meeting
Mrs Moon threatened to divorce Moon if he ever has sex with a black
Both Mrs Moon and Ye Jin Moon are known to be unhappy about Moon's
In Moon's daughter in law, Nan Sook Hongs' published book, she claims
that Moon admitted to
her that he had sex for 'providential' reasons with other women. Mrs
Moon is also known to
have thrown Moon's concubine out of East Garden (Moon's $43 million+
home in Tarrytown, NY.)
The Korean woman involved in 'Pi Ka Rum' now believe that they were
following Moon. They express strong feelings of guilt, regret and
regarding the alleged past events they describe.
There are many old captioned photographs of Rev. Moon with early
members in the book. Some of the photos in the book have the person's
covered with a thin solid bar and many have fictitious names marked
asterisk; obviously Korean woman ho had sex with Moon are now ashamed
many do not wish this to be publicly known. the accusations of sexual
are widespread in Korea since Moon had sex with many of the new female
members to 'cleanse their womb.'.
The same fictitious names are used in the text and can be
referenced to the photos. The fictitious names repeated in this article
are also marked
with an asterisk, though some are relatives of President Eu, the former
President of the Korean Church and these names have not been withheld.
The spelling of all Korean names is only approximate.
Mr. Pak claims that he chose to write this book because the Unification
Church records do not accurately record this time period and that he
therefore wanted to report what he knows before he dies. He also states
he will use some of the proceeds from the sale of the book to support
women, who he claims gave all of their property to the Church in the
years and were rejected by their families. He also wanted to apologize
participating in activities that caused pain and suffering to those
Pak was later paid an undisclosed sum, alleged to be between $3million
to $5 million
in order to pull his book and to re-write it denying the allegations,
calling the book
'Apostate.' Pak in later interviews never denied the truth of the
but he did state that he did not want to attack Moon, which is
the sums of money involved.
Unknown Divine Principle
Mr. Pak was allegedly both a prisoner and a supervisor in Hung Nam
when he met Rev. Moon. After he met him, Mr. Pak used his position, to
arrange private meetings with Rev. Moon, frequently, for the next year
half in the prison. At those meetings, Rev. Moon taught Mr. Pak an
version of the Principle. Mr. Pak writes that he later discovered that
of the theology, that Rev. Moon was teaching, had been copied from the
of two other Christian ministers. These two ministers were: Mr. Young
Lee (church unknown) and Mr. Baek Moon Kim of the Israel Church in
South Korea, where Rev. Moon had attended Bible study with his first
these teachings were based upon revelations from Christian
who would fast and pray and who practiced extreme asceticism.
Ms. Song Gil Choi, beginning in 1945. According to Mr. Pak, Mr. Kim had
written the books, "Theology of Spirituality," and "Basic Principles"
contents of which closely match the principles Rev. Moon was teaching.
Pak asserts that these writings included the Principles of Creation,
Fall, and Restoration.
This has been confirmed by current Korean leaders of Moon's cult who
read the originals in Korean, one of whom, admitting that the 'Divine
was not Moon's teaching, claimed that 'Father(sic) was the one who made
these teachings famous.
Moon claimed that Christ was to come to Korea and that the Revelations
testified to him. However the prophecies of Nostradamus clearly state
is the antichrist who is to be born in the 'East;' Christ being born
'deep within the heart of
Western Europe, and would appear in 2000.
Mr. Pak describes what he claims was Rev. Moons early teaching about
uncompleted mission of Jesus. This is absent from current Unification
doctrine, but an important element during the late 1940s and early
according to Mr. Pak. He states that he was taught by Rev. Moon that
because Eve had fallen due to a sexual relationship with Satan, Jesus,
second Adam, was supposed to physically (i.e., sexually) "restore" six
"Marys" (married women) including his mother and five other women
mentioned in the Gospels. Supposedly, Jesus was crucified because he
to accomplish this task, partly due to the failure of his mother (and
to understand his mission. Therefore, a Second Coming of Christ became
necessary. Rev. Moon purportedly told Mr. Pak that this information had
been revealed by the spirit of Jesus, himself.
According to Mr. Pak's description of this alleged early doctrine, the
Messiah, as the third Adam, would first have to fulfil this unfinished
of sexually "restoring" six married women. Then he would be able to
virgin as his bride in the "marriage of the lamb" who would become the
Mother of mankind.
Rev. Moon is purported to have told Mr. Pak that this sexual
process would purify the fallen blood lineage inherited from Satan and
change it to God's blood lineage. According to Mr. Pak, Rev. Moon told
that the Six Marys would be able to sexually "restore" men, who would
turn "restore" other women, etc. until the entire population of the
restored--by a form of sexual relay. The change of blood lineage would
accomplished for each individual through a three stage process, (i.e.
acts of sexual intercourse).
Mr. Pak states that he questioned Rev. Moon at length as to the
of such a plan since extramarital sex is against the laws and moral
of society, and since the Bible refers to fornication and adultery as
Pak claims that Rev. Moon told him that human psychology and societal
ethics would soon liberalize to the extent that extramarital sex,
partners, and even sex in public would become acceptable. Rev. Moon
told him that this course was unavoidable because it was the only way
reverse the Fall of Eve, according to Mr. Pak.
Mr. Pak states that a large number of people were taught lectures based
this doctrine. Upon agreeing to join, each person purportedly would be
encouraged to have sexual intercourse three times with the person who
invited him/her or (in some cases) with Rev. Moon.
The doctrine of the Six Marys is currently unknown and definitely not
included in the Divine Principle that is published and taught. Mr. Pak
not discuss how such a radical change came about. He only indicates
the movement grew larger, it became impractical to practice the
the old way.
The Six Marys in the early movement in South Korea
Mr. Pak states that Rev. Moon (as the Second Messiah) selected women to
fill the positions of the Six Marys (considered an honour), but that he
sometimes changed those assignments. Mr. Pak claims that Reverend Moon
also promised various women the position of his bride (True Mother),
that these promises were not kept. Mr. Pak purports that the changes in
relationships caused severe emotional trauma for some of these
Elderly women allegedly sent away
Mr. Pak also tells about various older women (some who had been among
the Six Marys) who he claims were asked to leave the Church center
of their age and asked to support themselves, after they had donated
their money, and worked for the Church for many years. In addition many
had been rejected by their families. Mr. Pak asserts that this resulted
economic hardship for these women.
Stealing purportedly sanctioned
Rev. Moon was quoted (or paraphrased) by Mr. Pak as allegedly saying
"everything in this world originally belonged to God. If you steal
from your husband or a bank and donate it to me, so I can use it, it is
sin. God will forgive you."
Mr. Pak writes that Rev. Moon's name was originally Yong Myung Moon
which in Chinese characters has the meaning of dragon. Mr. Pak reports
because, the dragon is the symbol of Satan in the Bible, Rev. Moon
his name to Sun Myung Moon which changed meaning of his name from
that of a dragon into that of a lamb and a fish (in Chinese
Another symbolic benefit was that the word sun in English represents
(truth) and warmth (energy). Mr. Pak doesn't offer any evidence of the
Reverend Moon in North Korea
According to Mr. Pak, Rev. Moon told him the following stories about
work in North Korea while they were together in Hung Nam Prison.
Rev. Moon purportedly told Mr. Pak that when he first went to North
he met a woman there by the name of Dok Young Chong who told him
about her many spiritual experiences. She believed their meeting had
place by divine guidance. This was the first woman he met in Pyongyang.
They conversed easily and agreed to work together to establish the
Israel" in Pyongyang. Ms. Chong told Rev. Moon that she was the Holy
Mother because she had had (a dream of having) sex with God. Therefore,
Rev. Moon would have sex with her, he then would be in the same
as God. Ms. Chong instructed Rev. Moon to have sex with her three
with Rev. Moon on the bottom and her on top. After this alleged sexual
ceremony, she told him that he was qualified to go restore the women of
world, according to Mr. Pak's story. Ms. Chong's inspiration
matched the revelation that Rev. Moon said he had received from Jesus.
Mr. Pak asserts that Rev. Moon told him that he later met a couple with
children who were very interested in his teachings. He allegedly moved
their home and shared a room with the wife of the couple, while the
and the children slept in the next room. At this time, early followers
having loud prayer meetings at that house and were preparing for the
wedding (of Rev. Moon) that had been predicted. There was a lot of
from these meetings which disturbed the neighbours. They complained to
police. Supposedly, these complaints caused the police to begin an
investigation which led to Rev. Moon's arrest and sentencing to five
Hung Nam Prison for adultery and disturbing the peace.
Mr. Pak writes that when Rev. Moon returned to South Korea after the
Korean War, his first wife, Song Gil Choi and their son, Sung Jin, were
staying with him in the Church center. Mr. Pak claims that Ms. Choi
witnessed her husband participating in sexual activities with other
which provoked her anger. Mr. Pak writes that she chased the members
of the Church center, and threw their belongings outside.
Mr. Pak writes that the actions of Rev. Moon's first wife caused him to
the Church center four times because she repeatedly sought him out and
harassed him and some of the members, before she finally gave up and
Mr. Pak said that the woman usually referred to as Rev. Moon's second
was never actually married to him. In the book, she is named Yong Hee*
Kim. She reportedly was a student of Yoon Se University, and was a
before meeting Rev. Moon.
Mr. Pak states that she had received a gift of money for tuition from
American professor which she had asked her aunt to keep safe for her.
she went to collect the money, Ms. Kim's aunt told her that she no
had it. The aunt said her church was in dire need of money, so she had
donated it to the Church. Ms. Kim was upset and curious about what kind
church this could be. When she went to the Church center to find out,
supposedly was persuaded to listen to a lecture by Rev. Moon, staying
past midnight. Since there was a curfew, she couldn't return home and
overnight there. Mr. Pak states that this occurred in December, 1953.
Mr. Pak reports that the members at that time stayed in a one room
with six women on one side of the room and Rev. Moon and Mr. Pak on the
other. Mr. Pak claims that Rev. Moon had already had sex with four of
women. He reports that he awakened later that night to the sound of a
woman's voice crying. He writes that he noticed that Ms. Kim had moved
where Rev. Moon was sleeping, next to the wall, and that they were
sexual intercourse. Mr. Pak writes that Rev. Moon continued the
with Ms. Kim until she became pregnant. He does not state when this
occurred. He claims that she was secretly sent to Japan on a fishing
avoid a scandal. Mr. Pak states that Rev. Moon had sent a young male
member, Mr. Sontaek Oh to accompany her. Mr. Pak writes that neither of
them spoke fluent Japanese. Mr. Pak purports that Rev. Moon promised to
forward money for medical assistance in the child's birth and living
expenses, but that the money never arrived. Mr. Oh assisted with the
but he wasn't prepared and he had to cut the umbilical cord with his
according to Mr. Pak.
Mr. Oh then, reportedly, returned from Japan to see Rev. Moon. Mr. Pak
claims that he and seven or eight other people were present, when Mr.
came to ask Rev. Moon for money to support Ms. Kim and her baby boy in
Japan. Mr. Pak states that Rev. Moon angrily replied, "I don't have
of money, go find the money yourself." Mr. Pak writes that the other
members present all felt sorry for Ms. Kim and the baby. Mr. Oh
became angry and left.
Mr. Pak writes that Ms. Kim met a Korean couple in Japan who helped her
return to Korea with her son. He claims that upon returning Ms. Kim
demanded that Rev. Moon take responsibility for the child. Mr. Pak
that Rev. Moon accepted the baby boy and named him Ki Jin Moon. This
boy died at age thirteen in a train accident, according to Mr. Pak
The mother and two daughters
Mr. Pak tells of a woman, Jong Soon Shin*(the wife of Song Mo Lee) who
had two virgin daughters, Song Hwa* Lee and Song Ne* Lee. She first
to the Church with her daughters on December 24, 1953. Ms. Shin and her
two daughters all joined together.
Mr. Pak states that Ms. Shin believed that if she were close to Rev.
she would have a peaceful life. Therefore, she decided to sell the
owned in Pusan and donate the money to the Church. This money was used
to capitalize a rope business that Mr. Pak was running at the time. Ms.
became one of the six Marys, according to Mr. Pak. Rev. Moon
told Mr. Pak at that time, "Sung Hwa, you and this lady (Ms. Shin) will
make an ideal couple. In the future, you will be responsible for the
of our church. Ms. Shin is also mentioned in the testimony of Ms. Shin
Eu at the end of this article.
Rev. Moon allegedly deflowered both daughters, promising the younger
Song Ne* Lee that she would become his bride (the True Eve). She
purportedly became pregnant and gave birth to a son, but Rev. Moon
not accept the child, according to Mr. Pak. This boy was then adopted
another family. Mr. Pak claims that Ms. Shin became ill and died a few
years later, after her great disappointment over these events.
Two Other Children
Mr. Pak alleges that Rev. Moon was the father of two other children. He
does not offer any documentation or sources (other than himself) for
accounts. The children's real names are not given. Neither of these
was allowed to use Rev. Moon's name, according to Mr. Pak.
Mr. Pak tells of a woman who became pregnant (by Rev. Moon), who was
matched with a another man (a member) and then had a son.
Mr. Pak writes that another woman who became pregnant was matched to
another man and married in the wedding of 36 couples in 1961 while
pregnant. A daughter was born who was adopted by the new husband and
received his family name (not given).
Mr. Pak states that he heard these two children (the son and daughter
were later chosen by Rev. Moon to be married to each other in a Church
wedding (even though they were half brother and sister). The date of
wedding and other details are not given. Mr. Pak states that he had
from a close friend, Mr. Pyong Ho Song, who Mr. Pak had introduced to
Church. Mr. Song was a business man who had been an enthusiastic member
and had contributed 500,000 won toward publishing the Divine Principle,
according to Mr. Pak. He states that Mr. Song later "became
the reality of Rev. Moon's character" and left the movement. The year
is not given. Mr. Pak reports that Mr. Song is now deceased.
6 Marys (2)
Mr. Pak discusses the repeated investigations of the Church by the
Korean government and the trials of 1955. He argues that Rev. Moon and
others were eventually pronounced innocent because of the willingness
Mr. Pak and other disciples to lie and even undergo torture to protect
leader, because they believed he was the Messiah. Mr. Hyo Min Eu makes
the same allegation in his testimony (below).
The Other True Mother
After Rev. Moon 's wedding to Hak Ja Han, in 1960, Mrs. Won Pak Choi
was chosen to live with Mr. and Mrs. Moon and act as a spiritual guide
Mrs. Moon (since she was so young, when she was married to Rev. Moon).
Mrs. Choi had long been Rev. Moon's secretary and interpreter. Mr. Pak
states that there arose a controversy about who was in the position of
Mother. Rev. Moon and some of the members considered them both sharing
the position. Mr. Pak states that Mrs. Choi was called the Second
Hak Ja Han's mother, Ms. Hong, is purported to have demanded that Rev.
Moon declare Hak Ja Han as his only legal wife and that Mrs. Won Pak
could only be a second wife (like a concubine) with no authority. Mr.
implies that because of pressure from his wife and mother-in-law, Rev.
Moon asked Mrs. Choi to leave his home in the U.S. and return to Korea
be the Principal of Sung Hwa Art School. No dates are given for these
Jealousy Toward Mr. Eu
Mr. Pak describes what he claims was Rev. Moon's jealousy of Mr. Hyo
Won Eu, who wrote the first Divine Principle book and became the first
president of the Church. Mr. Pak argues that Mr. Eu was respected more
than Rev. Moon by the members. This allegedly caused Rev. Moon to
become very jealous and he therefore wanted to do away with Mr. Eu.
Mr. Eu had a bone disease that made it difficult and painful for him to
He had gone to medical school and knew a great deal about his physical
condition. Mr. Pak writes that Rev. Moon repeatedly told Mr. Eu to get
operation, but Mr. Eu supposedly resisted, knowing that an operation
kill him. He chose instead to only use medication to treat his
Finally Rev. Moon allegedly insisted that it was God's will for Mr. Eu
have the operation, which he did. Mr. Pak reports that Mr. Eu died on
operating table. Mr. Pak claims that Mr. Eu's death in 1970, was caused
the operation (the purported intention of Rev. Moon).
Mr. Pak's Life in the Church
Mr. Pak claims that after the year and a half with Rev. Moon in Hung
Prison, he lived and worked with Rev. Moon for seven years as Rev.
right-hand man and confidant in South Korea. He reports that Rev. Moon
then transfered him to be a caretaker of a remote mountain (with
deposits) that belonged to the Church. Mr. Pak states that later Rev.
refused to communicate with him for over a month during a Korean
government investigation, even after Mr. Pak had made every possible
to see him and seek his advice. Mr. Pak reports that he was still loyal
Moon at the time, but couldn't understand Rev. Moon's behaviour. Mr.
indicates that he later reasoned that Rev. Moon wanted to isolate Mr.
and force him to leave the movement, because he knew too much about
Moon's character flaws and his relationships with women. Mr. Pak states
that he remained a member until 1962 and kept in touch with Church
members after that.
Mr. Pak describes the early growth of the movement with the aid of
from former members who Mr. Pak claims he interviewed, photographs,
written testimonies by two former members and a recorded interview with
third former member. The former members who give their testimonies
include: 1) Mr. Dok Jing Kim, the musician who wrote nineteen of the
Songs. Mr. Kim describes his own alleged experiences and reports on his
conversations that he supposedly had with Rev. Moon's first wife, Song
Choi, after leaving the Church; 2) Mr. Hyo Min Eu who developed a
successful photography business (for the Church) and invented the air
(which Church members made and marketed); and 3) Ms. Shin Hee Eu who
was one of the women involved in the sexual "restorations" after 1953
last two were cousins of Hyo Won Eu).
Mr. Dok Jing Kim's testimony (summary)
Mr. Kim admits to having participated in hundreds of the sexual
mentioned above. He claims he was arrested because of his participation
and admitted abuse of the alleged Church practices. He states that he
out the most beautiful women he could find to "restore" in three
cities. One of the failings, for which he purportedly was reprimanded
Rev. Moon and Hyo Won Eu, was that he didn't fulfil the requirement to
complete the second and third stages of the ceremony with all of his
proselytes. Mr. Kim expresses remorse for his actions and apologizes to
those who were hurt by them. He writes that he left the Unifications
and decided to attend a seminary and become a Christian minister
Mr. Dok Jing Kim also writes that Rev. Moon's first wife, Ms. Choi,
visited his home and complained to him that Rev. Moon had demanded
sexual intercourse more than ten times per night throughout her
with Sung Jin. He claims that she told him that they "should tell the
world that Sun Myung Moon definitely isn't the Second Coming of Christ
and perhaps isn't even human, but rather some kind of snake like
Testimony of Hyo Min Eu (extracted)
Hyo Min Eu was the second secretary of the Church (after Chung Hwa Pak
who was the first secretary). He is the cousin of Hyo Won Eu and his
Hyo Young Eu (another early member). Hyo Min Eu helped make the
financial foundation for the early Church. Hyo Min Eu was one of the 36
blessed couples. He left the Church in 1971. He is now 72 years old (as
1993). He lives in Seoul and is a company president (company not
He writes: "Chung Hwa Pak was isolated far away from the Church,
Mr. Pak is the one who knew the most inside information. If he was
investigated by the government and spoke about everything that he was
asked, then Sun Myung Moon would have received a very heavy sentence
from the court. Also if Mr. Pak became negative, then he would become
obstacle to Rev. Moon. Rev. Moon used an excuse to isolate Chung Hwa
Pak. Secretly, I thought this was a conspiracy. Because Mr. Pak knew
the money problems and the relationships with women, Sun Myung Moon
thought Mr. Pak should be isolated.
This is a common pattern for Sun Myung Moon and the Unification Church.
I was treated the same way as Mr. Pak.
When I joined the Church, it was very poor. I started to provide my
photography skills making bromide prints and selling them.
In 1961 I invented the air gun. This started a real business. We even
exported them to Japan. The wholesale price from the factory for the
guns was 100,000 won each. Today they would cost 300,000 won each.
In 1961 we sold more than 150,000 pieces to Japan. The income that year
from the air gun business was 1.5 billion won.
This would become a huge source of income for the Unification Church.
After that, I was supposed to become the president of the Tong Il
But actually Mr. Moon made In Chul Kim the president. One of Mr. Moon's
cousins, Sung Young Moon, became the plant manager. The head of
production was Mr. Moon's younger brother. I, as the inventor, was
very strange position.
The patent for the air gun somehow became the property of Sun Myung
Moon. All the most important positions in the company were given to his
relatives. All of Mr. Moon's relatives had their own cars. I went to
One day Mr. Moon said to me, "Hyo Min, you are very good at making
pictures, why don't you open up a photography shop?" I thought to
"Are you kidding? As soon as business is going well and you have money,
then you don't need me."
One day in 1971, when Sun Myung Moon had just returned from America, I
wanted to consult with him. I contacted Mrs. Won Pak Choi. She said,
Min, I don't think you need an appointment. He should be willing to
you anytime." Therefore I came and waited. Many people took turns to
with him. Finally my turn came. I was going to be alone with Rev. Moon.
thought, "we will have a good talk about future business." Rev. Moon
into the room, saw me there and suddenly left the room. I waited there
time, but he never returned. That was the last time I saw Sun Myung
For the sake of Sun Myung Moon and the Unification Church I gave my
effort. I never put any burdens on the Church or Sun Myung Moon. But, I
knew too much about Church finances and Sun Myung Moon's relationships
with women. Sun Myung Moon wanted to isolate me, and force me to leave.
I was betrayed. I did decide to leave the Church after this treatment.
experience was exactly the same as Chung Hwa Pak. I could really
understand Mr. Pak's regret. He was mistreated. He was kicked out by
of the silent treatment."
"The Unification Church created a fake history. I was one of the
couples. I knew how the thirty six couples were matched. At that time
were two psychics who helped make up the thirty six families. (They
An Interview with Ms. Shin Hee Eu (extracted)
Ms. Eu was one of the Six Marys. She started coming to the Church in
She believed in Sun Myung Moon's principles and got restored. She then
restored five or six men. When she looks back on her Church life, she
regrets it. (This interview was not done by Chung Hwa Pak).
"I was so stupid. Sun Myung Moon is a man who should die. I started
hearing the lectures in 1953. I had a husband and five children. We
For the sake of Sun Myung Moon's lecture meetings, I offered a room in
house. The reason why I joined the Church is that my cousins who had
already joined were all very intelligent people. We followed them.
Q.: Did you really believe Sun Myung Moon's lectures from your heart?
A.: I thought that the second messiah was a great man. But, I couldn't
understand the very detailed contents. Anyway, I believed it.
Q.: You and your husband not only offered a room from your house, but
also went to Seoul. What did you do with your children?
A.: My oldest son was in his second year of middle school. My youngest
was six years old. I said to my children, "Mommy and Daddy are busy for
the Second Coming (of the Messiah). That's why we don't have time to
care of you." The five of them couldn't understand why I was doing
They held hands as I sent them to the orphanage. It is a very sad thing
My children spent seven years in the orphanage.
Q.: It has been forty years now. How are your children doing?
A.: Everyone became a Christian. They are sincere and serious about
lives. But my youngest daughter always blames me. She says, "because of
you we couldn't get a good education. We had a very miserable life
Q.: We heard that the women members had sex with Sun Myung Moon. Yet
you were willing to show your face and give this interview. How do you
A.: To outside people I kept silent because I was frightened for the
If my children knew the reality of "the restoration," I feared this
a harmful influence on them and all of my descendents. Although this is
very shameful thing to talk about, I still want to speak out about
before I die.
Q.: Please talk about the details of "the restoration" with Sun Myung
A.: Always one female member was recommended to go to Sun Myung
Moon's room at night. In there, she would receive restoration which was
In my case, initially I was shocked. Then in a few moments it was
That was "the restoration." I was told by Mr. Moon that I should come
a second and third time to clean up the Satanic blood, but I had the
restoration experience only once with Mr. Moon and then I quit.
A.: Because Sun Myung Moon had relationships with all kinds of women--
with so many women. Then I would have been the next person to be talked
about by other members. I didn't want that.
Also, a very cute girl came from my home town. We lived very close to
other in Pusan. This girl and I were good friends. We would hold hands
walk down to the river. When she became a college student, Mr. Moon
her to his own room in the name of restoration. He just took away her
virginity. When she told me this she cried. Although Mr. Moon used the
name of restoration, the reality was sex. Of course, this young girl
When I heard this from that young girl, I quit.
Q.: After you were "restored" by Sun Myung Moon , you also had
restoration with some other men?
A.: At that time, whoever was restored by Sun Myung Moon would also
have to restore other men. I believed what Mr. Moon taught.
Q.: According to Chung Hwa Pak, you were one of the Six Marys.
A.: I heard talk about the Six Marys, but I didn't know who the Six
were. There were many women who were better looking or had a better
situation than I. There were always about three or four women around
Q.: Who were those women?
A.: Jong Soon Shin*, Song Chul Lee*, Yoon Shin Young*, and
Yon Shin Im*
Q.: We heard that Sun Myung Moon always had different new women
around him to serve him. Was there any gossip among these women?
A.: Yes. Every woman has jealousy or the desire to possess a man. Among
the women--they sometimes had conflict with each other. Sun Myung Moon
would sometimes beat them up.
Mr. Moon would often send away the women whose bodies were used and
whose property was taken. I was one of those who were thrown away. When
I think about those things, only one word can express my feeling, which
The thing that I am most sorry about is my children. If I was wiser, I
have been able to tell good from evil.
Today I am a divorced woman. I am a lonely person. I live alone.
But, I am not alone. None of the women that served Sun Myung Moon have
had a happy life. Everyone of us was cheated by Mr. Moon. Body, heart,
money--all gone.We even have difficulty to live tomorrow. So, I take
opportunity to speak out. Sun Myung Moon is not a second Messiah. He
should die. We hope that he dies as soon as possible."
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~Sun Myung Moon was born in 1920 on January 6 (Lunar Calendar) in Jung
Ju province of Korea. His family raised him as a Presbyterian, but some
ex-members have testified that his parents had also been members of a
sect in the 1930's that practiced "Pi Ka Rum" (cleansing of the womb),
which was a purification act whereby the ministers had sex with the
female congregants (cleansing their wombs) who in turn had sexual
relations again with their husbands which supposedly was to spread this
sexual cleansing throughout the world. These reports gained credibility
with a book by a former church leader from the movements earliest days
called "The Tragedy Of The Six Marys". It is an account that claims
that in Moon's early days he taught that 6 married women must have
sexual relations with him and then with their own husbands and then
with other married men to spread the blood of the Messiah throughout
the world. The author Pak Chung Hwa, who was with Moon from his
earliest beginnings claimed that he became upset that Moon didn't stop
at the required 6, but continued having sexual relations with more
female members, turning the rite into a kind of "revolving sex club".
Pak later wrote a second book "Apostate" where he recanted much of the
information in the first and all the available copies of the book in
Japan, where it was sold, were bought up and destroyed by loyal members
of Moon's church. A (closet) ex-member told me that some of his friends
had visited Pak to question him about the original allegations of
sexual acts of Moon, and Pak would not directly deny them (though he
seemed to in his follow up book). In any event, he returned to the
Unification Church before the advent of the second book and it is
questionable whether money was the motivation in the new book. He has
since passed away and the secrets may remain with him forever.
~It is my own opinion that the charges of Moon's sexual deviations are
accurate. There is far too much information from a variety of sources,
including our own intelligence agencies, which are aligned in most
details of the events. Not to mention that Moon produced a child with a
young University student, Myung Hee Kim, from Yoon Se University. It
was another University : Ewha Women's University that was at the centre
of charges against Moon that he was using his church as a haven for
deceiving female professors and students into sexual relationships with
him. As detailed in various articles such as The Robert Parry Series
:The Dark Side Of Moon there are other such allegations , including a
woman who said she was disowned by her husband after having a child
from Moon, and was left alone to raise the child herself without even
any support from Moon. I personally asked Robert Parry about his series
and the accusations of sexual promiscuity against Moon. He told me "It
is possible that everyone is lying and only Sun Myung Moon is telling
the truth, but that is highly unlikely."
~In the course of my contact with current and former members there is
another account (also detailed in the Parry series) about an alleged
affair that Sun Myung Moon had with a young church member with the full
knowledge of his current wife Hak Ja Han Moon. Reportedly, Bo Hi Pak
was then asked to take responsibility for the child and raise it as his
own, which he apparently did. I was told by former members that Moon's
wife allowing the affair (presumably to restore some biblical event)
was a condition for the growth of Moon's current wife to perfection, as
determined by Moon. Well, if there was a list of "All Time Greatest
Lines Men Have Given Women", I would say this would garnish top
honours! Moon's speeches are peppered with sexual innuendo that only
seems to have worsened and become more graphic as the time has
progressed. Some consider that a sign of mental imbalance in figures
such as Moon who are deluded in their worship of themselves as
"messiah's" or "historic figures". Moon seems obsessed with sex, even
in seeing countries relations with one another as sexual in nature. He
has stated that Korea is shaped like the male sexual organ, and so
Japan being an island nation with female characteristics wants to
control Korea in the same way that he says Eve dominated Adam in the
beginning. All these pieces of evidence provide us a clear picture that
surely Moon is not the one telling the truth, and the whole world
engaged in a conspiracy of lies against him. As I have personally
discovered in other matters, it is Moon who is the liar and deceiver.
In fact, deception is justified in Moon's theology where he has stated
that it is OK to "lie to someone to make them better" and that even
"God lies to us very often"
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