Six Marys Chapter 6

The Tragedy of the Six Marys – Sun Myung Moon is the real Satan!!

The Real Satan is Sun Myung Moon

Updated May 20, 2023

Pages 239-256 have been re-translated, the latter part from the Korean text. Pages 216-238 have not been revised. Up to half of the content is missing from the unrevised part. The list of 36 couples has been updated based on the Korean edition. All the photos from the book, and some additional ones, are here. Some information has been added. The Japanese text can be found HERE. Korean text HERE.

The Use of a Living Witness

Married again to go to the new world  216

I could only just survive in that temporary accommodation in front of the Seoul station. The person who saved me at that time was Aum Deok-moon. With his help, I went to Busan to do construction work. He was one of the greatest architects in the world. He had graduated from Waseda University in Japan.

I was still waiting for Mr. Moon to contact me. Even after three years he had not contacted me. I knew that Mr. Moon was a secular man like the rest of us. In the corner of my mind, I was hoping for a reply. I still believed in the promise that we had made together in prison.

Finally I decided that my 14 year-long connection with Mr. Moon should end. I married the sister of Aum Deok-moon. Her husband had been a prosecutor, but he had been killed during the Korean War. She had three children. I started a new life for the third time.

The first time was in North Korea, and the second time was in the Unification Church. Now I am 45 and my new wife is 37. For ten years I focused on my work in the housing business in Busan. I successfully completed 300 house and apartment projects.

For the next ten years I did landfill work asked by a member of the church. The civil engineering was my major and I was good at it. We had many occasions of drinking party after work. But that was the problem.

Collapsed with a serious illness  217

In 1981, I fell because of a cerebral hemorrhage and was hospitalized for about two months. Aum Deok-moon’s wife and his sister told me that I had to go back to the Unification Church, saying that I and Mr. Moon had a deep relationship. They also said that the reason for my illness was that I had left the church.

I was in a state of mental weakness at that time. Maybe my faith in God weakened too. I went to the hill behind my house and started a three month prayer. I prayed about my life. Was it right or wrong? How can I live my life with this emaciated body? I had enough free time because I had retired from the frontline of the business. I was also curious about the Unification Church.

I visited a branch of the Unification Church near my house. I thought that I could guide them in a right direction when I had a chance. The pastor in Incheon church was Moon Heung-kwon. One day a middle-aged woman came and asked me whether I knew her. At the moment I couldn’t remember her. And she said that she was the daughter of Mrs. Ryu from Daegu. She was a devout believer and was now the wife of the pastor Moon.

In 1983, I and some old members visited sacred places. I was 70 but I joined in with the group. We had a good time talking about the past 20 years. When we came back, I got a call from the headquarters that they wanted to see me.

I met a church elder who I hadn’t seen for a long time  219

Kim Deok-jin in the 1950s. Church members can be seen in the background.

At a coffee shop at the Grand Hotel in Namdaemun, I met Kim In-chul who was then the chairman of the anti-communism association and some other members. The reason for their calling me was to prevent the action of Kim Deok-jin. They said I was the only one who could persuade him.

At that time Pastor Kim was very earnestly preaching to suspects in jail – or to their victims. As I said before, Kim was good at music and had earlier composed about 20 hymns for the church. Later Eu Hyo-min used those songs and sold tens of thousands of copies in many countries without putting his name on them. To get his royalties, Kim was going to sue the church.

Kim Deok-jin

Pastor Kim was said to have the pikareum return ritual with Eu Shin-hee and many other women after that. He was planning to publish a book about the pikareum return ritual based on his experience. While he was preparing for his lawsuit with his lawyer, they called me to get help. I could understand his feelings, but I persuaded Kim to stop the lawsuit, saying that he could file it anytime. Finally he gave up on the lawsuit. Then Ahn Byung-il and Kim In-chul asked me to stay in the headquarters in Seoul instead of Incheon. And I started attending the headquarters for three years.

A living witness to the founding of the Unification Church  221

The headquarters tried to give me a position that was suitable for the oldest member but I rejected it. As a member of foundation, I just wanted to do my work for the sound development of the church. It was like the feeling of parents towards their children. From 1981 I actively participated in the church for five years. I prayed from the bottom of my heart.

The church advertised that ‘Pak Chung-hwa is a living witness who had overcome hardship with the messiah.’ And I was asked to attend many lectures. I even went to Japan to give about 40 lectures in front of 5,000 people. But my testimony was limited to our refugee journey to South. Their purpose was to advertise Mr. Moon’s hardship during that time.

My mind was very complicated but I told people based on truth. I loved devout believers of the church. Even the top people are corrupt, most general believers are sincere and innocent. Meeting them was my pleasure and joy at that time.

On July 8th, 1985, I was asked to do a replay of the refugee journey by theology school presidents to depict the refugee way with Mr. Moon. After having lunch at the Imjin River, I walked 18 km with them even with my emaciated body. My feet got swollen and I had to see a doctor. Because of the long walk at the age of 74, my ankle got swollen. The doctor told me that it could be dangerous if the poison spread. The expense of treatment was very high, and it was a big burden for me.

I talked to the school president, but he gave me no answer. I had to use my emergency savings. It cost me about $1,000. I asked the president of school pastor Lee Yo-han to reimburse some money, but I was rejected coldly again. That reminded me of Mr. Moon’s previous behavior when he used people and deserted them.

Sun Myung Moon’s lies and the Japanese members  223

One day in 1983, the international department of the church contacted me. They asked me to stop by because they had some questions to ask. They showed me a picture in the The Daily Central newspaper. It was a picture of a man carrying another man on his back, and they were crossing a river. They asked me whether it was a picture of Mr. Moon carrying me on his back. I answered them that we had no chance to take any pictures at that time. I never crossed any river on Mr. Moon’s back. They said nothing and I thought that was the end of it.

The photo with which Sun Myung Moon lied that he was “carrying Pak across the river on my back.”

[This same photograph was seen at an exhibition in Seoul. It had this caption: “A Korean refugee carries his aged father across the icy Han River at Chungju in their flight south to escape the onrushing Chinese Communist Forces. Photo taken on January 14, 1951 by US Army Cpl. J. J. McGinty.”]

When I went to Japan in May, I found the picture enlarged and hung on the wall of an exhibition site. People came to me to have a picture taken with me. They said that the picture was taken when Mr. Moon was carrying me on his back, and we were crossing a river. They asked me to tell them the story in detail.

If I had told them the truth, it would have made Mr. Moon a liar. So I had to lie to them. The Japanese family seemed to be touched, but inside I felt guilty. The same picture was printed in another newspaper, and this time the picture was clearer. The people in the picture were not Mr. Moon and I. That was one of the church’s typical ways to deceive people.

Stealing the Principles from Mr. Kim Baek-moon  226

After I went to the headquarters, I could have a chance to meet old members. Some of them withdrew and others were still there. Old women were poor. They had lost their bodies and their money to Mr. Moon and are now living deploring Mr. Moon and even God. The church seemed to expand strong superficially but it produced a lot of scandals in Japan and America related to money.

On July 20th, 1984, Mr. Moon was sent to prison [in the US] on a charge of tax evasion. A Japanese aide [Takeru Kamiyama] who was also imprisoned with Mr. Moon for five months. He said that Mr. Moon’s behavior in the prison was respectable. That was his third time in prison and he must be good at it.

Except the incident of tax evasion in America, Mr. Moon had a scandal of real estate acquisition. Mr. Moon was released after a year and he keeps saying that he was innocent. He had a big party to celebrate his release. Mr. Moon’s doctrine of creation, corruption, and pikareum return was not his idea.

He stole the doctrines of Kim Baek-moon. His scribbled notes were rewritten by Eu Hyo-min. The doctrine of the Unification Church originally belongs to the deceased Eu Hyo-won. Even though Mr. Moon had received a lot of benefit from Eu Hyo-won, he ultimately pushed him to death. If you read 聖神神学 ‘Theology of the Holy Spirit’ (1954) and 基督教根本原理 ‘Fundamental Christian Principles’ (1958) by Kim Baek-moon, you will see my point.

Allegations of a marriage between a half brother and a sister  228

There is an unforgettable incident. One day a family of Byung Ho Song called me that he was hospitalized in the hospital in Busan. And he wanted to see me. He was in a critical situation. I wanted to go there but I was ill in bed too. I told them to wait for a few days but I got the news of his death after three days. Song had talked to me about Mr. Moon several times before. He told me about the incest in Moon’ family. And I persuaded him there must have been mistake.

Japanese members visit the grave of Moon Heung-jin (on the outskirts of Seoul).

I introduced Song to Mr. Moon when we were in Busan. He had worked for the Customs Office in Busan. He once loaned me a substantial amount of money when we printed the book of doctrines. He had been a devout believer for a while but he withdrew from the church after finding out the reality of Mr. Moon. Song told me that it was true. Then it must be true. And I had no evidence to refute it.

Kim Deok-jin practised the principle  230

The thing I have to record regarding the pikareum return ritual is Kim Deok-jin. When I was in the mine, Kim was ordered by Mr. Moon to stay with me. He was an artist who was good at music and very honest. I asked him the reason for his coming to the mine. He said that he practiced the pikareum return ritual as he was taught by Mr. Moon.

He received the pikareum return ritual by Eu Shin-hee three times who got it by Mr. Moon before. After that he practiced the pikareum return ritual with five women at Soon Tae Um’s house. And the women practiced with other men and the total surpassed 70 people in a week. And the news of the sex festival under the name of pikareum return was delivered to Mr. Moon and Eu Hyo-won. And Kim was expelled from Seoul.

Kim would not go to the mine but he stayed at home composing music. When I asked him what happened, he said that he just followed the doctrine. And I told him you did nothing wrong. He stayed with me for two years. When Mr. Moon stopped sending money to the mine, Kim went to Seoul again to practice the pikareum return ritual. And I persuaded him to come to Daegu and made him marry his current wife.

He just followed Mr. Moon’s doctrine. What did he do wrong? Mr. Moon has destroyed a lot of families and Kim just followed Mr. Moon’s way. And Mr. Moon had him locked in a remote mine. I could not understand it but I could do nothing about it then.

The Role of the 36 Couples

Countermeasures against other ‘Messiahs of the Second Coming’ who were cropping up  233

In retrospect, the idea was that the women who received Mr. Moon’s pikareum return ritual would then perform the pikareum return with other men. These men would then do the pikareum with other women, and in this way the world would be made clean again. The world would be restored.

The mother-of-the-bride, Hong Soon-ae, giving a testimony about her daughter’s youth after the marriage of Teacher Moon and Han Hak Ja (the Marriage Supper of the Lamb).
This is the caption in the Korean edition of the book, which was published by Eu Hyo-min who probably took the photograph. Here is the erroneous caption from the Japanese edition:
Sun Myung Moon and the members seriously considering the matching of the 36 couples at the Cheongpa-dong Church in Seoul.

During this time, many other messiahs appeared saying that Mr. Moon was a fake. Many people followed them. So Mr. Moon took the step to form the 36 Blessed couples. Mr. Moon’s idea was that only the 36 couples could have the pikareum return ritual since all the people in the world could not be restored in that way. Then the joint marriage of the 36 couples could replace the pikareum restoration ritual.

Then why did it have to be 36 couples? Mr. Moon asserted that 12 branches from the Old Testament, 12 disciples from the New Testament, and 12 disciples of Mr. Moon’s own new teachings made 36. The 36 brides must have completed the pikareum return ritual with Mr. Moon. The pikareum ritual means sexual intercourse as you know. The purpose is to achieve an exchange of blood. The mission that the second Adam could not achieve must be done by the third Adam.

When the messiah has sex with six Marys and the 36 brides, the defiled blood can be purified. This is the exchange of blood or pikareum. The cleansing of sin. The children from the 36 couples would then be sinless, they would begin a new restored world.

Now Mr. Moon uses holy water to replace the pikareum return ritual, but the three times sex is still used in the Three Day Ceremony. In Japan, the pikareum exchange of blood is mistakenly understood as sharing blood. But it is not true.

The 36 couples are considered to be sacred families and respected by all members of the church. When an important thing needs to be done, the 36 blessed couples are appointed to deal with it.

Five of the 36 couples lost their spouses, and nine couples left the church. These 14 families say that there is something wrong with Mr. Moon’s teachings. How can Mr. Moon explain the 14 families that are now against his doctrine of creation? The concept of the 36 blessed couples is fundamentally wrong.

❖ Photo added:

After the final ceremony for the marriage of the 36 couples, there was a public procession of the couples in cars through the streets of Seoul. Mr. Moon always sought maximum publicity from the mass marriages he held.

The list of the 36 couples is exactly as it appears in Mr. Pak’s book. Much of the Japanese text about the couples has yet to be translated. Some of the following explanatory information is not in his book. Some of Mr Moon’s quotes about the couples have been included.

This list should be an accurate list of the original 36 couples who were married by Mr. Moon. During 1960-1961 he held three ceremonies. He then put all the couples together as one group which became known as ‘the 36 couples.’ When some defected they were replaced by couples from the 72 couples group or others. For example Mr. Moon said: “No one knows, if Seuk Joon-ho  [Dr. Seuk, the son of Mrs. Choi Won-pok] enters the 36 couples…” January 2, 1997, São Paulo, Brazil

husband                   wife

1. Eu Hyo-won   Sa Kil-ja (She was a student at Ewha Womans University)

2. Kim Won-pil   Chong Dal-ok   both died

3. Kim Young-hwi   Chong Dae-hwa (Ewha)

4. Lee Yo-han   Won Shim-hee

5. Eu Hyo-yeong   Kim Hwa-yong   defected from UC

6. Lee Sang-hun   Kim Han-sook   husband died

7. Kim In-chul   Gu Jong-sook   inactive

8. Hwang Choong-hun   Kim Kum-rang

9. Moon Seong-yong   Jang Pyong-ju

10. Hwang Hwan-chae   Park Young-sook (Ewha)

11. Lee Jae-seok   Kang Chung-won (Ewha)

12. Hong Chong-bok   Seo Myung-jin (Ewha)

13. Choi Young-suk   Kim Moon-hee   inactive ‘Tiger Choi’

14. Lee Soo-kyeong   Kim Ki-young

15. Chong Han-chae   Park Seung-hee (Ewha)  husband died

16. Hong Sung-pyo   Yu Gil-ja   defected from UC

17. Han In-soo   Lee Sun-goo   husband died

.                          (2nd wife:  Kim Sook-Ja (Ewha))

18. Pak Bo-hi   Yoon Ki-sook

19. Han Sang-kook   Lim Byung-sook           Fraser Report

20. Kim ‘David SC’ Sang-chul   Kang Ui-hong   husband died

21. Ahn Chang-sung   Choi Ye-chong

22. Lee Gi-seok    Chi Saeng-ryeon (aka Lee Mal-sook) (Ewha)
.       husband died in 1972, she died in 2018 in the US

23. Choi Bong-choon   Shin Mi-shik (Ewha)

.   (This is “Papa-san Choi” who left. He gave this testimony in Japan.)

24. Chong Su-won   Kim Kyong-nam

25. Han Sang-kil   Kim Jung-eun (Ewha)

26. Kim Chan-kyun   Choi Young-ja

27. Kwak Chung-hwan   Yoon Jong-eun   defected to Hyun-jin Moon

28. Kim Byung-ho   Han Young-shim

29. defected

30. defected

31. defected

32. defected

33. defected

34. Park Chong-goo    Choi Kum-soon    ‘Tiger Park’ died in 1982.

35. Choi Chu-won   Lee Hong-yeon

36. Song Moon-kyu   Cho Min-ja   defected from UC

The man named Han In-soo at 17, is not the same as the person at 34 in the list below.

❖ The following information has been added until an accurate translation can be made. There is another symbol below to mark the end of the addition.

Song Moon-kyu
(January 9, 1983 Washington, D.C.)
“I was number 36. Mr. Choi was number 35. Tiger Park was number 34. The three of us formed a trinity.”

Some of the replacement couples:

32. Eu Hyo-min   Na Soon-yol   defected from UC

33. Lee Chin-tae   Jang Won-soon  defected from UC

34. Han In-soo   Kim Sook-ja  defected from UC

35. Lee Chun-yong   Sun Yu Jong-sook  defected from UC

36. Hong Kwang-chul   Choi Young-ja  defected from UC

This list was compiled by Mr. Pak Chung-hwa in 1985. Others will have died or defected since then. Some wives names have been added from the list in the Korean edition of this book which was published in March 1996 by Eu Hyo-min who was originally in the 72 couples, but was promoted to the 36 couples.

Here are 12 of the Ewha Womans University students who were expelled because of the“scandalous rites” of the Unification Church. After their expulsion, the students managed to meet President Kim Hwallan on May 23, 1955. She stood by her decision. This picture was taken on campus after the meeting.
(Top from left) Seo Myung-jin, Lee Gye-soon*, Sa Gil-ja, Chi Saeng-ryeon**, Park Young-sook, Kang Jung-won and Chung Dae-hwa (who was later married to Kim Young-whi)
(Bottom from left) Choi Soon-wha (the mother of Sam Park), Yim Seung-hee***, Kim Jung-eun, Shin Mi-shik (later known as Mamasan Choi) and Park Seung-kyu.

* Lee Gye-soon entered Kyunghee University in 1957. She left the Unification Church over 50 years ago and had a successful career as a professor.
** Before Chi Saeng-ryeon joined she was known as Chi Mal-sook, and after she moved to the US in 1973 she was known as Mal-sook Lee.
*** Her name may be 朴承姫 Park Seung-hee and not Yim or Lim Seung-hee.
Kim Yun-rye was also expelled but later made a pledge to give up the Unification Church, and Ewha Womans University allowed her to return to her studies.

Eight of the expelled students entered other universities in 1956.

Ewha in the list above = Ewha Womans University students
These ten women joined as students during the Ewha University Sex Scandal of 1955. There were other students who joined, but they were not included in the 36 couples marriage, which took place in stages during 1960-1961.

The Hongs (couple 16) left in the 1990s. They are the parents of Nansook Hong. Her brother was married to Ye Jin Moon. He left before Nansook – and he helped Nansook to escape the East Garden compound.

Mr. Moon bought a house for each of the 36 couples. Apparently, because Korea is a ‘low-trust’ nation, this was one way of trying to ensure their loyalty.

Mr. Moon: “In Korea I bought houses for many early members of our Church and in the future I would like to take the responsibility of buying houses for all the black, white and yellow people. I am the only one in history who is doing this, but it isn’t easy.”
October 3, 1976  Belvedere, New York.  Translator: Pak Bo Hi.

The 36 couples were the first of two or three “Royal Blessings.” They definitely included the 36 and 72 couples and may have included the 124 couples. The wives from the “Royal Blessings” were all ‘purified’ by Mr. Moon. The “Royal Couples” were also known as Mr. Moon’s “Tribe.” More is explained in this Shūkan Post October 15, 1993 magazine article, published at the same time as Mr. Pak’s book.

Some of the 36 couples became quite wealthy and lived in expensive properties. Some had Japanese members helping in their homes.

Mr. Moon kept many of the 36 couples separated from their spouses for many years. This caused some couples great heartache – for example Kim Won-pil was one who longed to be with his wife. It caused complications in other couples.

It is a fact that the 36 couples all had ‘womb cleansing’ pikareum sex rituals with Mr. Moon. The theology was explained to Japanese members in the early 1990s by Mr. Yoshiaki Hiro, Mr. Kunio Sano and Mr. Yasutomo Shirai. (Mr Takeru Kamiyama was to be the main lecturer, but he was in hospital with stomach problems.) There had also been lectures about Moon’s pikareum theology given in Japan in the 1980s by a lecturer called Ota.

Here are some further quotes from Mr. Moon about the 36 couples:
“I have received many such certificates from Satan. One of the most dramatic was during the Blessing of the 36 couples. Incredible controversy erupted at that time; people were praying to God, ‘Please don’t let Reverend Moon take my son away. Let him die tonight instead.’ … At the time of the 36 couple Blessing, the entire nation of Korea opposed me. I was a villain in the eyes of the country.”
December 27, 1981, Belvedere, New York.

“This is the first group of people I blessed. These cover every facet of our society every group of society so for everyone who accepts the principle there is room to go to heaven. They have their own ladder to climb up. They have their own channel. Do you understand? I want you to understand that I opened 36 doors so that every person here on earth has one door to get into. No opportunity is lost, there is always a door open for everyone out there, once they accept and repent they can go through one door which is the mercy of God.”
May 20, 1978, London.

“All women’s love should unite with me. The 36 couples should not think about their own family, but how to save the nation.”
July 14, 2002, East Garden, New York.

Taught at a Family Federation for World Peace and Unification workshop:

“The Purpose of God’s Providence of Salvation is to end the journey of God’s sperm.”

❖ This marks the end of the added section.


The contributors who became victims  238

If Mr. Moon had been the real messiah, he should have helped Ok Se-hyun who had knitted socks for him with her hair. How come he did not help her? She is now 96 and spent her whole life to support him. She is living in a small rented room. Let’s see Park Bong-shik who was elder Song’s wife. Since Mr. Moon had Song marry Oh Yeong-choon, she became alone. After her husband died, she had to live in the church. But she was expelled from the church because she was too old.

How come Mr. Moon deserted such women who had devoted their lives to him? He just took advantage of such women and deserted them when they became useless. It is not written in the doctrine. This is not the case of women. He lied about me whom had devoted my life to him for a long time. And he is insisting that I am the betrayer. And I am writing this book to let the world know the truth.

Eu Hyo-won was a more moral person than Sun Myung Moon  239

❖ Photo added

Eu Hyo-won sitting next to Sun Myung Moon at the back of the room.

Next, I want to clarify about Mr. Eu Hyo-won. Sun Myung Moon wrote the “Original Principle” [in two note books in Busan]. Based on this, Mr Eu completed the “Commentary on the Principle,” [which was published in 1957.] On this foundation all members of the Unification Church were able to teach and spread the principle teachings.

Eu Hyo-won [was loyal and worked tirelessly night and day]. He played a role in the matching of the 36 Blessed Couples. He invested a lot of effort in considering each combination.

❖ Quote and photo added:

Sun Myung Moon: “When our church was just starting, for three years and eight months, President Eu Hyo-won lectured eighteen hours a day at Cheongpa-dong even though his health was very poor. I’m telling you that I had a sickly man continue to lecture for forty-four months, eighteen hours a day. It set a tradition and that’s why we lectured for two days, finishing both parts [of the Divine Principle] in two days.
It must have been very hard. As the lecturer, he may have felt pain in his lungs and in other parts of his body, but when he was not lecturing Divine Principle, I would say, “Hey! You are a trumpeter of Heaven’s will; you have to lecture if asked, even for eighteen hours. The spirit world is preparing to speak now. How can you possibly be like this? Get to work!” We did things in that way for all those months. It’s a record.”

Eu Hyo-won, left, entered hospital on October 28, 1969 for an operation on his right hip. He died on July 24, 1970 at 56 years of age. Moon did not attend his funeral, but stayed in his house.

Eu Hyo-won had been a student in the medical department at the Keijō Imperial University [in Seoul which had closed in 1946]. Consequently he knew about his disease in detail, even though he was the patient.

At the time he was suffering from joint pain caused by tuberculous osteoarthritis. [Note: That is joint and bone TB, which can affect the weight-bearing joints in the hip or the knee]. He was in a considerably weakened state and knew [the probability that his hip joints may no longer function after an operation]. He was aware that he would die if he underwent surgery.

However, Sun Myung Moon, who knew the possible outcome, ordered him to have an operation, saying it was God’s command. At that time, Sun Myung Moon said, “Nevertheless, if you refuse to have surgery, you will be going against the command of God.”

Eu Hyo-won begged not to be forced to have an operation. He said, “I keep alive by giving myself injections. What should I do?” But Mr. Eu felt he could not defy Sun Myung Moon [who had told Mr Eu that he represented the archangel], and so he went ahead and had the surgery, and sure enough he died.

At the time people commented about Sun Myung Moon’s outrageous behavior, and even some of the insiders said, “it was indirect murder.”

Eu Hyo-won

Eu Hyo-won was clever and had a good personality and was very popular with the members. [From the Korean edition: Sun Myung Moon had ordered him to complete many secret missions. Perhaps Sun Myung Moon got rid of him because he knew too much.] He could rely on Eu Hyo-won – but he was also the most dangerous threat to Sun Myung Moon.

Even then, isn’t what Sun Myung Moon said irreverent and outrageous?

In addition, one of the top leaders who were in the United States at that time told me that, “I heard a story from someone who receives divine revelations about Lee Gi-seok and Park Chong-ku, who were both members of the 36 Blessed Couples. (They had both by that time passed away.) Apparently, they were sitting in a very good place in the spirit world, but Eu Hyo-won was sitting in the lowest place.”

And furthermore he published this story in the “The Unification World” magazine and announced this at the Cheongpyeong Prayer Center. It can only be said that it was a really cruel way to treat a person [who had died].

Eu Hyo-won was the greatest and most honorable worker in the Unification Church. He should not have been bullied and whipped even after his death.

❖ Two quotes and photo added

Pastor Kim Deok-jin spoke firmly as follows, “What do the newcomers to the church know? In 1970, Mr. Eu Hyo-won , who was one of the major leaders died in a hospital in Seoul. I happened to meet him by chance in the hallway of that hospital one week before he passed away, and spoke with him in his hospital room. It was a hot day. We talked about Sun Myung Moon and shed tears together.”
“After Mr. Eu Hyo-won’s passing, his younger [cousin Eu Hyo-min left in 1972, and Hyo-min’s sister, Eu Shin-hee,] left the Unification Church because Eu Hyo-won had told them the real story of Sun Myung Moon. I am not lying, or trying to deceive anyone in my testimony.” [Eu Hyo-won’s brother, Eu Hyo-yeong, left in 1992.] LINK

Eu Hyo-won giving a lecture.

Eu Shin-hee: “One day my cousin Eu Hyo-won was giving a sincere lecture about the teachings to his audience, giving it with sweat and passion; meanwhile Sun Myung Moon was flirting with the women. So Eu Hyo-won was more popular and respected by the female members. I think my cousin, Hyo-won, thought he could have lived longer if he had not been operated on. Since Hyo-won had studied medicine at university, he knew his condition well and that he might die if he had the surgery. He hated the idea and refused the operation.

However, Sun Myung Moon was afraid because people were saying “if he is the real messiah, he should be able to cure any disease.” It is a fact that there were such voices. So Hyo-won was reluctantly forced to have the operation, and he died. Since Eu Hyo-won was loved by many people, Moon’s worry about being deprived of a seat at the top was gone. Moon must certainly have felt relieved.” LINK

Eu Hyo-min, an entrepreneur who built the church finances  241

Eu Hyo-min is sitting in front of Sun Myung Moon in this December 1955 photo. Eu Hyo-won is standing on the right. The others in the front are Kim Won-pil and Eu Hyo-yeong.

I want to explain about Eu Hyo-min. He was another person who contributed to the development of the Unification Church. In the early years the economic circumstances were extremely difficult. At the time Eu Hyo-min had the idea of making and selling bromide photographs to sustain the lives of the members.

In addition, he invented an air rifle “which could use buckshot” (see Chapter 7). It was decided to build an economic foundation for the Unification Church by manufacturing and selling the gun. This gradually developed and the “Tong-il Industrial Co., Ltd.” was established. Kim In-chul was appointed as the representative director. Eu Hyo-min was only given the position of assembly manager. [Eu Hyo-min said he “was not eligible to hold a firearm manufacturing permit” because he had a criminal record following the Ewha University sex scandal of 1955 when he had been jailed.]

However, Eu Hyo-min, who was the most important contributor, was given only a thousand shares, and the patent for the invention of air gun was put in the name of Sun Myung Moon. After Eu Hyo-min left the job of manager to his successor, Baek Gu-pyeon, he was in charge of out-sourcing at the Yehwa (예화) air-gun factory at Eulji-no.

❖ Photo added:

Japanese members with guns made in one Moon’s two Korean gun factories. It may be Mr. Ishii kneeling front center.

Eu Hyo-min had to submit all his receipts to the company for every single thing he spent, down to 30 won for a cup of tea. He was under serious surveillance, which must have been on Sun Myung Moon’s instructions. It may have been a plan in preparation for driving him out of the Unification Church at a later date, just as had happened to me.

Finally, Eu Hyo-min broke with the Unification Church and left in 1972.

After I, Pak Chung-hwa, left, Eu Hyo-min became the secretary to Sun Myung Moon. He was the second person after me to leave the church after having worked very hard like Moon’s shadow.

From the left, Eu Hyo-min, the author (Pak Chung-hwa) and Eu Hyo-yeong (around 1992).

I, Pak Chung-hwa, was the very first secretary, and was betrayed by Sun Myung Moon in this way. Eu Hyo-min was the second secretary who left because his life became too difficult, and Song Do-wook, the third secretary, and Eu Hyo-won, who gave distinguished service to the church with his wisdom, have both died. It is thought-provoking to look at these facts and consider if this was the plan of God, or the plan of Sun Myung Moon.

The time from 1953, when I was with Sun Myung Moon, until I went to the Seojin mine in 1956 was when we faced the hardest time in the development of the Unification Church. Back then there were no relatives of Sun Myung Moon in the church organization. Later Moon Seong-kyun, Moon Yong-seon [and Moon Seung-ryong] came in, and as the economic foundation of the Unification Church grew, almost all of the management positions came to be held by relatives of Sun Myung Moon.

In fact, it is Sun Myung Moon himself who knows best that he himself is not the second coming messiah. I came to think that he was implementing a plan to secure his future life base by handing the assets of Unification Church to his relatives whom he could trust. (See Chapter 7)

Eu Hyo-yeong exported miniature two-story pagodas  243

❖ Photos and information added:

Moon looking at some miniature pagodas that were made in the church-owned Il-Shin Stone factory in Korea and were sold in Japan for extortionate sums. LINK

Dabotap at Bulguksa, Gyeongju, South Korea

The Dabo Pagoda, also known as the pagoda of many treasures, is located in the Bulguksa temple. From entering the temple through the Cheongun and Baegun Bridge, Dabotap is located on the right side, opposite the Seokgatap pagoda on the left. The pagoda was probably built in 751, the 10th year of the Shilla king Gyeongdeok. It is currently designated as Korean National Treasure no. 20.

The two pagodas reflect a story in the Lotus Sutra. This pagoda represents the Dabo Buddha, and the Seokgatap pagoda represents Sakyamuni. Dabo represents the objective truth, while Sakyamuni represents the subjective wisdom to realize it. Dabotap is highly decorative and looks feminine, whereas Seokgatap is simplified and looks more masculine. The sophisticated Dabotap symbolizes the complexity of the world; the simple Seokgatap represents the brevity of spiritual ascent. (from Fascinating Tales of Blooming Silla by Alexander Chang and Andrew Chang, 2006).

The Unification Church, claiming to be Christian, is selling Buddhist items. The fraud of this group, just using “religion” as a tool, is again exposed. The photograph below is of the pagoda at the Nichiren Shogo and Madonoji Temple in Miyazu City, Kyoto. This was constructed in 1984 by duplicating one of the pagodas at the Bulguksa Temple in Korea. The work was done by Unification Church companies from Korea (Happy World, Kogyo Construction and Il-Shin Stone Companies). In the early 1990s it was revealed that victims who purchased the pagodas were invited to do a “Tour of Maso-ji Temple” in order to promote the spiritual sales scam in Japan.

Pagoda built in 1984 at the Nichiren Shogo and Madonoji Temple in Miyazu City, Kyoto

At one time, I met Eu Hyo-yeong, President of Il-Shin Stone Co. Ltd., for a meal. (He left the Unification Church in 1992.) While we were eating, he told me a story.

In his account Eu Hyo-yeong said that at the Il-Shin Stone Co. Ltd., which he managed, he had done research. As a result, he was able to produce miniature pagodas, which were reduced to 16/100 of the original size. They were sold in Japan with unexpectedly good results. The value of the exports was about 2 billion yen per month.

However, Moon Seong-yong (from one of the six villages where Sun Myung Moon came from) wanted this harvest. He demanded to divide the company and to hijack and manage the manufacturing of the miniature temples division, and pass on only the remainder to President Eu Hyo-yeong.

Eu Hyo-yeong said, “The revenue of the miniature temples manufacturing division accounted for 95 percent of the entire company and all the other businesses only amounted to the remaining 5 percent. Nevertheless he wanted to pass on to me, who had worked so hard, just 5 percent while Moon Seong-yong wanted to grab 95 percent.”

This is an outrageous idea. Il-Shin Stone was the company where Eu Hyo-yeong worked as the president, a carpenter, a worker, and even a cleaner to grow the company.

Eu Hyo-yeong was very angry and said, “It is ridiculous that people who have no relationship with the company are jumping in and are trying to take over.

Eu Hyo-yeong

When I heard this story I thought about the era [in the church when things had been developing] in Busan, Daegu and Seoul, and about incarceration in North Korea. Back then I considered Sun Myung Moon the Lord of the Second Advent, and we were desperate to hear the principles and to gather new members.

Together with these families we worked hard everyday to build a new world based on the principles. The women did not think about property and they were not jealous; they were thoroughly dedicated to the principles. They did not think about themselves or their desires, and abandoned their families. From morning to night they had prayed and strived for the attainment of the principle.

❖ Photo added:

▲ From the left, Mr. Moon, Eu Hyo-yeong, Eu Hyo-min and Kim Won-pil  (around 1960).

The infidelities and crimes of Sun Myung Moon  245

However, as the difficult times passed and the [church] economy got better, relatives of Sun Myung Moon, who we had never heard of, flocked to take over and it became the world of the Sun Myung Moon clan.

Sun Myung Moon handed money to a person named Mr. Park. Moon was secretly buying real estate under Park’s name. This was discovered by the tax office, and Park, surprised by the enormous tax imposition of a gigantic 120 million Korean won on him, exposed the truth that Moon was buying the real estate illegally. Is this what a man who claims to be the Messiah should be doing?

As Sun Myung Moon was serving time in a prison in the United States for tax evasion [and document fraud], the Unification Church also announced that “Mr. Sun Myung Moon served in prison for no crime. He was innocent.” Given that he was spending enormous amounts of money, even when he was serving time in prison, and that Moon bought real estate in the name of others while his relatives are stealing all the profitable companies, it is hard to imagine that this is a religious organization – [the evidence shows] it cannot be.

What is the principle in relation to the ideal world? When is the time of living together and public justice? Sun Myung Moon spoke to me about these things, but what is the present reality?

The sound of the Moon family’s “send more money” and “send cash quickly” flies around the world. In particular, in neighboring Japan, families who do not know the reality of the Unification Church believe that the realization of the ideal world is possible. They worked hard to collect money, which developed into a big anti-social problem called the spiritual sales method (霊感商法). LINK It is a problem that can only be described as causing damage to Japanese society and it is being committed by a Korean clan [who were directing the spiritual sales fraud in Japan]. Back in the old days the ancestors had to work hard [and now the Moon clan is just looking to make an easy buck].

Sun Myung Moon and Hak Ja Han (with a Japanese leader?) admiring one of the marble pagodas that were manufactured in the Moon-owned Il-Shin Stone company in Korea. Marble vases and Buddha statues were also made here and sold in Japan. The church members attributed spiritual properties to the items, and sold them for huge prices. These were all part of the “spiritual sales” scandal. Over $1billion has now been paid back to Japanese customers following thousands of court cases against the church.

The church leaders were tempting and manipulating female believers who were told that “God will forgive you even if it is against the law to steal [from your husbands or others]”. The leaders were striving for money and material things speaking in the manner of pretending to be relatives of Sun Myung Moon.

One more thing, Korea was harmed during the Japanese occupation [of 1905-1945]. Would innocent church members in Japan know the fact that Sun Myung Moon was proclaiming that he had to scrape money out the Japanese in order to repay his grudge against them? Many Korean church leaders heard him say such things.

The ideal society based on the Principle is a dream-like story, [a fantasy] and you should quickly know that the Second Coming Messiah, the True Father, is nothing but an illusion.
What on earth is the Unification Church?
Is it a religion?
Is it simply a distribution company?
What is Sun Myung Moon aiming for?
If he is just calling himself the Messiah, how did the Principle come about?

If it is said that Sun Myung Moon’s actions to bring restoration are in accordance with the Principle. Was it not enough to have six Marys according to the principle of restoration?

It is unforgivable for him to not only rob the innocence of the six Marys, but also to rape countless women and exploit their property in the name of restoring them.

By tricking her that she will be the True Mother, he raped a virgin, Choi Soon-wha, at an inn in front of Seoul Station. He used the same excuse to ‘restore’ and rape her elder sister, Choi Soon-shil. He raped another girl named Kim Myung-hee and made her pregnant, which destroyed her life as a student.

These are some of the tremendous crimes committed by Sun Myung Moon, who claims to be the Second Coming Messiah.

These crimes are surely serious problems for the Unification Church.

❖ Added information:


1. A huge Moon Church scam in Japan is revealed

2. An often heard rumor in the 1950s: Lee Deuk-sam was the wife of Choi Seong-mo and the mother of Choi Soon-yong and his two sisters Soon-shil and Soon-wha. The three women were rumored to “be the women in the story of “three women having pikareum sex (chiwake) with Sun Myung Moon”, an account made in documents by anti-Unification Church movements.”
Sun Myung Moon used a ‘Honey Trap’ – Choi Soon-yeong explains

3. Choi Soon-shil was a student at Yonsei University and Choi Soon-wha was a student at Ewha Womans University.
Ewha Womans University sex scandal as told in the 1955 newspapers

4. Annie Soon-wha Choi herself was interviewed by Mariah Blake for Mother Jones magazine
Sun Myung Moon’s secret love child

5. The brother of Soon-shil and Soon-wha explains more about the family’s painful entanglements with Sun Myung Moon in an interview:

“Related to this major scandal of the early days of the Unification Church, a 22-year-old female college student was arrested. The name of this student is Choi Soon-shil. In other words, it was the sister of Chairman Choi Soon-yong.”
Sun Myung Moon used a ‘Honey Trap’ – Choi Soon-yeong explains

6. ‘What Happened To Early Members by’ Michael Breen, December 20, 1998

Soon Chul Kim – wealthy woman, already married, nego husband broke her leg

Duk Sam Lee – already married [to a wealthy Mr Choi Seong-mo]. Left husband.
One daughter was intended as Father’s bride [Choi Soon-shil in 1959], the other became mother of Sammy Park [Choi Soon-wha in January 1966].

7. Oh Yeong-choon’s testimony:
“The members that had moved to Seoul first were [Kim] Soon Cheol, [Choi] Soon Shil and [Choi] Soon Hwa, all of whom I had brought into the church. My first priority though was to meet Father. [Kim] Soon Cheol could not carry out activities because of her husband; the remaining two were still students. I was the only one who was free.”

from The Suffering Path of the Lord – Part 3

8. Sun Myung Moon emphasized to Lee Deuk-sam that the ‘sam’ part of her name was very significant. In Korean it means three. Moon said she and her two daughters were in a providential trinity formation and that they should not leave their positions. Moon told the daughters they were in Leah and Rachel positions. Moon planned to marry Soon-shil, and seven years later to marry Soon-wha, thus restoring Jacob’s course. (In the Bible, Laban and Adinah were the parents of Leah and Rachel.)
Moon never intended to be monogamous. His relationships with Choi Won-pok and Hak Ja Han are another example of a Jacob-Leah-Rachel relationship.

The misery of Kim Myung-hee  247

In the case of Kim Myung-hee, who was an excellent student at Yonsei University, when Sun Myung Moon learned that she was pregnant, he made a plan to make her go to Japan [in August 1955]. He sent her with Oh Seung-taek 呉昇澤, an innocent young man who also went to Yonsei University. He had just joined the church. Moon feared his own position would be jeopardized. [He feared he might be arrested for adultery since he was still married to his first wife. Moon implied that Oh Seung-taek was the father of the child. On March 7, 1955 Dong-sook had been born and it is widely accepted that she, known as a ‘True Child’, was the daughter of Sun Myung Moon.]

❖ In the book only a part of this photo was used.

Two alias names are given in the book caption. Their real names are Kim Myung-hee (left) and Choi Soon-wha (right). They both had illegitimate sons with Sun Myung Moon. Kim Myung-hee gave birth to Moon Hee-jin on August 17, 1955 and Choi Soon-wha gave birth to Sam Park in Washington, DC, on January 28, 1966.]

Promising to guarantee (support) their life abroad, Moon forced them to hide in a small fishing boat which was smuggling metal bullet or shell casings from Busan to Japan. In that way they were smuggled across the sea. (The cost was covered by the money Oh received from his father after he lied that it would be for his university tuition.) Oh Seung-taek and Kim Myung-hee had the baby [in Tokyo] in an extremely difficult environment. For one thing, they could not speak Japanese. And since they were illegal immigrants they could not go to any hospital. When she gave birth to the baby [in the place where they lived], Oh Seung-taek who was just a young man, is said to have cut the umbilical cord of the newborn baby with his own teeth.

They used up the little money they had with them. They never received any promised living expenses from Sun Myung Moon. Although Mr. Oh had made a promise that he would not return to Korea until Sun Myung Moon called him, he got tired of waiting and he again got on the boat run by the smugglers to return to Korea.

A Korean fishing boat of the type that smuggled many Koreans to Japan at the time of the Korean War and for some time after. Since Korea and Japan did not have diplomatic relations until years later, it was not possible to get passports or visas.

He wanted to speak to Sun Myung Moon in person. Oh Seung-taek and Kim Myung-hee, who had been struggling in a place where they couldn’t speak the language, had decided together that Mr. Oh should go back to Korea alone to ask directly for the promised living expenses from Mr. Moon.

Oh Seung-taek met Mr. Moon, and described their difficult circumstances to him, and asked for living expenses. Sun Myung Moon rejected the request with a very short answer.

I have never heard of such a harsh story. Even ordinary people would not give such treatment to a person in this situation.

Moreover, despite the fact that it is natural for the person called “Second Coming Messiah” to take responsibility himself [for the consequences of his own actions], Sun Myung Moon turned his back on Oh Seung-taek and Kim Myung-hee in a very cold manner. Oh Seung-taek was so angry that he broke away from Sun Myung Moon, whom he had come to believe was the Second Coming Messiah and whom he had come to worship.

In fact, “I do not have any money for you. You guys are on your own!” were Moon’s exact words. I remember them well because I was right next to Sun Myung Moon when he spoke those words. When Sun Myung Moon answered like that, Oh Seung-taek screamed, “What do you mean? Remember it! You are Satan!”, and he stormed out.

He was one of the three students from Yonsei University who had joined at the time Kim Myung-hee got pregnant. After hearing of her circumstances and being asked, he was the one student who believed that to support her was for the sake of the Messiah, Sun Myung Moon, and the Unification Church. He had volunteered to take on the responsibility of looking after her. He didn’t even talk to his Christian parents about it. He met Kim Myung-hee in Busan and smuggled her onto a small fishing boat to Kyushu, Japan.

When Mr. Oh ran out of the church in anger, there were seven or eight people there, but no one could do anything, even though they thought it was a pity. I feel remorse for it. In Japan, where she knew nothing about what had happened, Kim Myung-hee only waited and waited for Oh Seung-taek to return with some money. It was a tremendous struggle for Kim Myung-hee and her little baby (Moon Hee-jin) to survive such days of waiting and waiting.

Mr. Hwang, a Korean man, found Kim Myung-hee and her son in great difficulty in the Omura Immigration Detention Center in Japan, and he brought them back to Korea.

Kim Myung-hee, who had no money and no passport, is said to have been held in the Omura camp for three months.

[The Omura Immigration Detention Center, near Nagasaki, was created in 1950. It housed Koreans awaiting deportation to South Korea under the terms of Japan’s Migration Control Law and Alien Registration Law. However, the detainees included refugees who had fled South Korea for political reasons, and other left-wingers who feared imprisonment or even execution if they were returned to South Korea under the Syngman Rhee regime.]

Since Kim Myung-hee came back with the child, Sun Myung Moon had no choice but to list their child in his family register. The child’s name was Moon Hee-jin.

Kim Myung-hee with Moon Hee-jin in the very early 1960s. (This is the only known photo of them together.)

This child was raised by the wife of a man named Mr. Hwang, but the child died in an accident while riding on a train. During the junior high school summer vacation, he went out with an older student saying he was going out to participate in the summer witnessing condition. He held onto the handrails of the moving train and leaned back, enjoying the wind because it was a hot day. As the train approached a station his head hit [a track-side post] and he died from concussion.

[In a testimony she gave in Korea, Kim Myung-hee said: He was “leaning out of the train”. He was “eager to get off when it arrived at the station” and “his head hit a track-side post”.]

[Another source has given the location as Maepo Station 매포역 in Chungcheongbuk province 충청북도. The name of the station has since changed from Maepo.]

Moon Hee-jin with Eu Hyo-won.

Regarding the accident, Sun Myung Moon somehow glorified it. He said that Moon Hee-jin went to the spirit world to mobilize the boys!

Besides that, Sun Myung Moon restored a virgin, Choi Soon-wha, on the pretext of holding a “Marriage Supper of the Lamb”, and made her pregnant. It is said that their child [Samuel] is also being raised as a son of a Unification Church leader [Pak Bo Hi].

How can what he did be forgiven by God?

Another “Mother”  250

There are other facts I have a hard time being convinced about. One of them is the matter of Choi Won-pok. I had a chance to meet her during turmoil when the professors resigned and the senior college students were expelled from Ewha Womans University at the time of the arrest of Sun Myung Moon in the “7.4 Incident” of 1955. Choi Won-pok was very worried about the students. She told me, “I want to be of strength, but I can’t do anything.” She had already joined the Unification Church and quit her university professorship. Then she left her husband and children [Seuk Joon-ho was one of them] and ran to Sun Myung Moon. For some reason, the church members were calling Choi Won-pok “mother.” But where does this “mother” appear in the Principle?

The Six Marys should have been restored through Jesus, but Jesus died because he couldn’t accomplish that. So, a third Adam came to this world, and he, Sun Myung Moon, had sex on the pretext of restoring the six married women to be Marys, and he took their bodies and their property. Then, he selected a virgin and held a wedding called the “Marriage Supper of the Lamb.” Also, Moon and his wife, Hak Ja Han, are to be called “True Father” and “True Mother” even though a True Mother [Choi Won-pok] already existed. Why is the term “Mother Choi Won-pok” being used, and where in the Principle is such a theory drawn from? No matter how much I think about it, it doesn’t make any sense.

Sun Myung Moon chose Six Marys, and there is no reason to call one of them a special mother. However, he probably named her a mother because he himself liked her with passion. That is one crazy story.

‘True Mother,’ one of two people competing for Moon’s affections. From the left Choi Won-pok, Hak-ja Han and Sun Myung Moon, who is holding a baseball bat or a large stick. (His first wife used such a baseball bat from their home to smash a church sign after she caught her husband having pikareum sex with two women there.)

❖ Photo added:

From the left Choi Won-pok, Sun Myung Moon and Hak Ja Han in the US.

Later, Hong Soon-ae, the mother of Hak-ja Han who is technically Sun Myung Moon’s wife, said that “Choi Won-pok in the United States is just a second mother – just a concubine” and she stirred up the Moon children against Choi Won-pok, so Sun Myung Moon supposedly sent Choi Won-pok back to Korea to be the principal of the Sunhwa Art School as an emergency countermeasure.

This school had Pak No-hee, Pak Bo Hi’s younger brother, as the chairman of the board. The title of ‘principal’ for Choi was just a pretense. I think Sun Myung Moon gave her that title without much thought.

While preaching the “Principles” to others, Sun Myung Moon’s words and acts were not those of a religious person. There were countless incidents of adultery, illegal purchase of real estate and tax evasion [in Korea, the US, France and elsewhere]. He taught “All things in this world originally belonged to God – thus, if you steal them back and offer them to me, even though it is against earthly law, you will be forgiven by God”. The list of examples goes on and on.

I would like to write about one more experience of mine.

My shame for participating in orgies  252

In Chapter 3 I wrote an answer to a question by Kim Soon-cheol, who forced me to take a test she made on the history of the spiritual world from Sun Myung Moon. I was told “Good, you passed”. In fact, I had been ordered to have sex with Kim Soon-cheol, one of the Six Marys, in front of Sun Myung Moon. I was already a qualified person in terms of the Principle of Sun Myung Moon because I had already received [pikareum] restoration from one of the Six Marys whom Sun Myung Moon restored before. Sun Myung Moon urged me to have sex with Kim Soon-cheol in his sight. I had no choice but to obey the Messiah’s orders, so I had sex with Kim Soon-cheol on the spot and “passed” the test.

As mentioned above, Kim Soon-cheol, who left her home with a lot of money without her husband’s knowledge, was being chased by her furious husband. So, with Sun Myung Moon and Kim Soon-cheol, who felt in danger, we fled together to different places for five nights. We eventually went to Busan and I was again forced to have sex with her. Unaware of her husband’s anger, Moon and Kim went on a luxurious trip with the money she had brought. Each night, Sun Myung Moon told me to “Watch” their sex and also ordered me, “You do it too.” There was no religion and there were no principles. Wasn’t that just a crazy sex party with three people who were inflamed with sexual lust?

At that time, I experienced the festering true nature of the ‘restoration’ that Sun Myung Moon talks about. Also in Yeongdo, Busan in a cramped room one night while sleeping next to me, Sun Myung Moon said, “You can’t tell other people, stay quiet.”

If you wanted to call yourself the Second Coming Messiah, you just followed the principle – Why would you try to hide it? In retrospect, there were a lot of things that I just cannot understand.

The question is how would he avoid God’s judgment for his outrageous ‘restoration’ from his fake principle!

The red dragon who deceived the world  253

Sun Myung Moon wearing a dragon tie in 1973. The Chinese characters above are of his birth name, Moon Yong Myung. Yong = dragon. The central Chinese character, as well as the meaning, resembles a dragon with the head upper left and the tail lower right.

The self-proclaimed Second Coming Messiah, Sun Myung Moon, learned his Principle from Kim Baek-moon. He then went to Pyongyang where was arrested for immoral activities; he spent time in jail; after his release he went to [Busan and then to] Seoul. In 1954, he founded the Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity. He ruined many people’s lives, but meanwhile the Unification Church gradually grew. Choi Bong-choon (whose Japanese name was Nishigawa Masaru) was smuggled to Japan to begin overseas missionary activities there [and after he was expelled he moved to the US where he was known as Sang Ik ‘Papasan’ Choi].

In addition, Kim Sang-cheol [David SC Kim] and Kim Young-oon preached in the United States. Members there also now believe in Sun Myung Moon as their praiseworthy ‘Father’ and that he is the Second Coming Messiah. Today, however, it seems that the voice of resentment rises up from the piles of dead bodies of the many women and men who were sacrificed because of the actions of Sun Myung Moon, which were nothing like the the teachings of the Principle. And now, Sun Myung Moon is presenting to the public the front of the clean looking but naive Unification Church membership who do not know about the “secret [pikareum sex rituals] done for restoration” or other “secret practices”.

[The public see the mass weddings held by the church and hear about family values. The mass weddings bring in a lot of money for the Moon organization and the spectacle makes great PR. However, many second generation members have been married twice, or more, due to inappropriate matchings. There has been much sorrow.]

[Since Sun Myung Moon died in 2012 the theology for the sex rituals has been taught in Original Divine Principle workshops. Sean Hyung Jin Moon and his brother Justin Kook Jin Moon have broadcast videos explaining the truth that Sun Myung Moon had many pikareum sex rituals, and that they were necessary to cleanse the world from original sin through sex relays. Those whose wombs had been cleansed should have sex with others to purify them. LINK]

Sun Myung Moon was spending enormous amounts of money even while he was in prison for the crimes [of tax evasion and document forgery. American clergy and religious leaders were mobilized to fight on his behalf, claiming that it was a religious freedom issue and that he had been unfairly persecuted. Because of the support this cause gained] it was touted to be a glorious and great miracle that he had entered an American prison. All the money he spent was precious money earned by many members of the Church at the risk of their lives.

Several years ago, a Japanese female member who was working in the United States was dropped off in a slum in a black area to sell Il-hwa Korean ginseng tea. She was gang raped and killed. The black people pulled her body out onto a road and drove a car over her body multiple times. They crushed her body to destroy any evidence. However, her Unification Church identity card was found in a pocket and it was discovered who she was.

[Another Japanese member, Atsushi Funaki was beaten with a baseball bat by two young black men. The money he had fundraised from selling roses was robbed. They beat him and left him for dead on the pavement. This was in 1992 in East Philadelphia where he had been dropped off alone in a very dangerous area. He died one week after the attack. See note below.]

Sun Myung Moon is the self-proclaimed the Second Coming Messiah, however, he wastes the money that is brought in through such miserable sacrifices like the above examples. In Japan, all Church members are mobilized to earn money even while being harassed by drunks through the spiritual sales method or by selling chocolate and gum, and all the money is sent to Sun Myung Moon.

In the name of spending the money sent in up to now, Moon is making up an outrageous plan. That is the “International Highway Construction Project”. It is intended to build an international highway connecting Japan, Korea, China, Russia, and Europe through an undersea tunnel under the Korea Straits. Even within the Unification Church, there was the sound of cynical laughter and many said that it was “impracticable”.

If Sun Myung Moon is the Second Coming Messiah, what the hell is he doing, building an international highway! Before planning anything like the construction of an international highway, he would be a True Parent by doing pikareum sex rituals – and isn’t it the original purpose of the Second Coming Messiah to make a world free of the original sin and to restore the Garden of Eden, above all else?

Sun Myung Moon declared himself a “pastor” in American newspapers and other media outlets. Sun Myung Moon never attended any seminary, nor was he ordained as a pastor. If it is a qualification obtained from a seminary affiliated with the Unification Church, I have questions about that.

From the beginning, Sun Myung Moon said that he is the Second Coming Messiah and the third Adam. And he has repeatedly said that his mission is to create a unified, sinless world by changing the blood lineage through pikareum sex (血代交換) which means “blood exchange”. Then, how can the Second Coming Messiah transform into a pastor and fulfill his mission? Isn’t the logic of that something which even his tricks so far cannot hope to match!

It also explains why Sun Myung Moon changed his name when he came down from North Korea to South Korea. In the Bible, Revelation 12:91, it is written that a red dragon will appear in this world at the end times and deceive the world. Moon Yong-myung (文龍明), whose name contained the word dragon (yong = dragon), quickly changed his name to Sun Myung Moon, for that reason. His birth name substantiates that he is indeed the red dragon, who is Satan.

yong = dragon
(Notice the head, body and tail. Shown here is an earlier variant of the hanja for dragon. This variant was also in use during Moon’s lifetime, and was used for his birth name.)

There are no lies in this confession of mine, in which I have expressed my own shame to the whole world. I want to say that Sun Myung Moon is the true Satan.

In order to prevent many people from around the world from being deceived or victimized by this red dragon, Sun Myung Moon, I decided to publish this manuscript at the risk of my life.

I pray with all my heart for the real judgment of God on Sun Myung Moon.

Pak Chung-hwa

[Written from August 31, 1985 to September 30, 1993.]

Atsushi Funaki: The police did not understand how the Unification Church could send a person with money to such a dangerous place on their own. The police said that they themselves only went to that area in pairs. They also wondered how a person with poor English could explain themselves to any attacker.

Atsushi was married. He was attacked on May 10, 1992. He died one week later on May 17th.
LINK to the Japanese magazine article: 統一教会に入信して殺されたわが兄

Atsushi Funaki, top right, dying in hospital as his mother and his brother watch over him. Top left, his brother stands at the place where his brother was beaten unconscious. The center two photos are of his funeral and his grave stone. At the funeral ceremony there were shouts of ‘Mansei’ which means ‘victory’. The mother and brother were very upset about the funeral service.

Sun Myung Moon’s theology for his pikareum sex rituals with all the 36 wives

Sun Myung Moon – Restoration through Incest

Chapter 7