January 2, 2013   4 notes

★ Jin Sung Park’s New Girl — Happy New Year’s ★

howwelldoyouknowyourmoon:

A few months ago Jin Sung Park (In Jin Moon’s ex-husband) began a serious relationship with a young girl that was on the GPA program a year or so ago. They are now living with each other, and this has been confirmed by plenty of somehow still faithful GPA members. We will not mention the name of the girl, but word has already spread. You can easily ask anyone who has fist pumped on GPA before, and they will know. Anyway, the same man who loved taking teenagers out, was addicted to cocaine, and insane enough to be married to a Moon has done this. If this surprises you, open your goddamn eyes.

Surprise! The Moon’s are selfish, snooty leeches who will take everything from you and then tell you how much of a failure you are so they can continue taking what isn’t theirs yet. Anyone with half a brain should have realized this long ago. Stop bending over to the Moon’s. Stop whining about how evil and corrupt the Moon’s and their minions are and leave that rotten environment once and for all. What the hell do you expect to change? A few months from now, Moonies are going to be complaining about the next scandal. It is seriously the easiest thing ever, just leave. It is not like you don’t have any justification since even more has surfaced.

Anyway, what a great last few months in 2012 for the Moon family. In Jin Moon had a baby with Ben Lorentzen, thus wiping out whatever credibility she somehow had, as well as her corrupt minions in LLM as well. Better yet, crazy Kook Jin’s wild past surfaced a million times, and more of King Moon’s did  as well. The guy did not even arise from the ground either! Our favorite part is how many views we have gotten lately and how many people we have gotten to realize what bullshit the UC & Moons really are. Attention Moon’s, we have gotten more people to leave your “church” than you have recruited.

Happy New Years!

October 8, 2012

So when will Kook Jin Moon’s affair be exposed?

September 15, 2012

so how about that Tia Lorentzen

September 15, 2012   6 notes

A Letter to the Disilluioned

howwelldoyouknowyourmoon:

Dear confused and perplexed Unification Church (UC) members,

I write to you understanding that the times the UC is facing is perhaps one of the scariest, if not just that. Though I no longer believe the Unification Church is an especially enlightened organization nor am I a believer in Sun Myung Moon being the messiah, I empathize for those feel betrayed and disillusioned by these recent events. I would go as far to say I am against the Unification Church but that does not mean I am against the Unificationist. My anti-Unificationism does not drive me to be anti-Unificationist. I am more than willing to consider you my friend and I hope your heart is in a similar place.

So, friend, your head is likely filled with many questions and your heart may be desperate to cling on to some hope. Rev. Moon, the self-proclaimed “third Adam” and the cornerstone of the Unification faith, has departed and what he has left behind is a divided community of believers lacking vision and focus. Some of you may be confused on how Rev. Moon was not able to live to see the establishment of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth, or at least live long enough to participate in and celebrate Foundation Day. And, well, there is of course the dramatic mess In Jin has created. For many of you, your pastor and national leader has stepped down for a scandal that seems too ridiculous to actually be true. I mean, how could she hide her pregnancy? How were all the leaders clueless? Did she actually believe the blessing she received with Ben Lorentzen was ecclessiologically-valid? You may still be having a hard time grasping that this is indeed reality and not the plot line of a Korean soap opera. 

Should True Children inherit apostolic leadership roles just because of their most holy blood lineage? Can any of the True Children not be double-minded? Has the membership lost complete faith in the UC system? Should they have ever had faith in this system? Is there much of a future for the UC? What does all of this imply about the role of Moon and whether he was truly victorious in fulfilling the messianic call on his life? 

And there is so much more to be asked, but I ask you to hear me out: Do not lose hope, my friends. The collapse of the reigning administration in the Unification Church is not the collapse of your world. Perhaps, it is the beginning to a whole new spiritual plane. Or, if you don’t want to get caught up in mystical, new age, and metaphysical jargon, maybe it’s time to live your own life. For many years your life has been caught up in this quirky, odd subculture and community that has at times been delightfully idealistic but more so has been overwhelmingly disappointing. It has molded the way you think and make decisions, as many of you were either joined in your twenties or were raised in the Church. For many of you, your early years in the faith were pressured by strenuous discipleship that included the heaviness of constant reporting to “central figures”. You had a community pushing you to give more, do more, and perhaps you have put your whole identity in the hands of this community. Maybe it is time to find out where your identity truly is.

I have several friends who have said that they cannot share any news of corruption in the Church or any inconsistencies in the theology with their first generation parents because that is their everything. Without this they cannot find happiness. I wonder if that is really true. Yes, they will deal with feeling betrayed, confused, and they may feel as if they have wasted their lives—but your parents, and perhaps you, are more than the Unification Church. For those who have an unwavering faith in God, you are his child. For those who are happily married, you are a treasured spouse. For those who have children, you are a parent. Perhaps if you finally put more weight in the importance of your identity in these things and less on what organization your faithful to, the dream labeled the “three great blessings” can finally be fulfilled.

This time of transition, perhaps even destruction, for the Unification Church may be your time to take a sabbatical. Perhaps it is time to walk away from the Unification Church for a bit and cultivate faith and intimacy with God away from this church. Perhaps it is time to let go of organized religion or form a more organic form of spiritual community. Perhaps you will come to believe that Moon was completely successful in carrying the mantle of Jesus, or you may realize he somehow tripped up along the way, preventing the Kingdom so-desired by the heart of God from arriving. Perhaps you will turn to Jesus Christ as your savior and find community among Evangelicals or maybe you will come to find an indescribable faith that could not be bound by religion. Perhaps this sabbatical is more than just for a time. Perhaps it is time to learn how to live your life in constant rest. Maybe it is time to find out how you can be consumed by a life of shalom.

More than anything, though, perhaps it is time for you to enjoy what you have been given in this life and truly get to know yourself without the interference of any ideology or organized religion. 

This is a special time. A sacred time. This is your time. I hope you find blessing in it and I pray your eyes will open wider than they ever have before. Do not fear; have faith! You have every reason to be excited.

Sincerely,

Your friend

September 10, 2012   1 note

Breaking Silence on In Jin, Ben, Alistair Farrant

howwelldoyouknowyourmoon:

I have broken a self-imposed silence of almost a year, and over ten thousand unread posts, most of which probably involved the usual arguments of both sides in the debate about who was to blame for the schism and what Hyun Jin (for the most part)
should do to rectify it, because, as Bob Dylan stated in one uptempo song of more recent times…’Things Have Changed’.

With Reverend Moon’s passing, a whole era has ended. I first met him in London forty years ago, and like everyone else here I have been aware of his existence on some level every day since that encounter. Now he belongs to the ages, as do all historical figures.

Which means the legacy issue is now immediate and paramount. And that brings us back to the question of whether In Jin Nim is currently qualified to fulfill her role as Senior Pastor in America.

Along with a surprisingly large number of others, it now seems, I have been aware of her affairs with both Alistair Farrant and Ben Lorentzen for some considerable time. More than a year ago here on WIFL I stated that In Jin Nim and Jin Sung Nim’s open marriage was an open secret. I was challenged to put up or shut up, and my
sources did not want to be outed, so I let it go, after I had revealed on WIFL the publicly available fact of the Farrants’ divorce, which elicited a pained response from Mike Marshall to ‘LEAVE THE  FARRANT FAMILY ALONE!’ Which was understandable, coming
from a friend of the family, and a man of considerable sensibility.

What Mike, with his presumably excellent sources, may also have known is that Alistair himself was told to disappear for an extended period, and that when he surfaced on Facebook some time later, David Eaton is said to have been tasked with tracking him down to remind him of the terms of the deal. I know of two former musician friends of Alistair who have shared that information in private, one of whom was phoned by David Eaton specifically for that purpose.

The story of how In Jin Nim came to transfer her attentions from Alistair to Ben is an interesting one. Ben was originally recruited from Norway, along with his brother Stian, to join Hyo Jin Nim’s music project at Manhattan Center Studios. Although Ben was a
talented young musician, he was not comfortable with Hyo Jin’s decadent behaviour. Hyo Jin Nim picked up on this, and gave him a hard time (ie. beat up on him). Nansook took pity on him, and advised him to go back to Europe. After Hyo Jin Nim died, In Jin
Nim contacted him. She told him she wanted to make up for her brother’s mistreatment of him, and she insisted that his talent was needed as part of her new vision for the musical aspect of LLM.

Their affair is said to have started in a hotel room in Las Vegas in November 2009. According to my sources, In Jin Nim accidentally left an expensive watch behind, which Ben took back to New York to return to her. When Alistair found out that In Jin Nim had already transferred her affections, there was a physical altercation between him and Ben, before he finally accepted the inevitable. He paid a high price for getting involved with In Jin Nim. He lost his marriage and his position, and he has been banished for an extended period.

In the meantime, Ben and In Jin Nim have become deeply involved with each other. She is said to have referred to him as her ‘musical Jesus’. She is a mature and highly intelligent woman, and I don’t think she would have got pregnant by accident. She did not opt for an abortion, so she must really have wanted this baby.

Ben and In Jin Nim are said to have made a private visit to Norway during her period of absence from her ministry.

Baby Erik Auston Shin Jin was born on 1 May 2012.

Ben and Patricia Lorentzen’s divorce was granted under Norwegian law on 3 May 2012.

Throughout this saga, Patricia has behaved with dignity and restraint, as those who know her well can attest. Contrary to the vicious and protracted insinuations from In Jin Nim’s attack dogs, Patricia has maintained a principled private life, while continuing until recently to be the sole provider for her family (Ben has now started sending a
small monthly allowance for the boys).


I predict that we will all be informed of the breakdown of In Jin Nim’s marriage to Jin Sung Nim fairly soon after the official ceremonials are over. Jin Sung will be paid off and sent on his way, and we will be asked for our understanding that the future Mrs Lorentzen has found the love of her life. I would suggest that In Jin Nim makes sure
that she has a solid pre-nuptual agreement, as Ben has a habit of straying. Like most of us here, I’m sure, I hope she finds happiness.

As for the title of Reverend, and the role of Senior Pastor, I don’t think she has a leg to stand on. Neither, in my opinion, does Joshua Cotter and a whole bunch of other enablers. Sycophants, the lot of you.

As the song says, ‘God is watching us…from a distance.’

Best wishes to the rest of you at this time of reflection.

For reference:

In Jin Moon’s & Ben Lorentzen ‘s Son Auston Birth Certificate

July 27, 2012   2 notes

I said it before and I’ll say it again: the so-called Rev. In Jin “Tatiana” Moon, daughter of one of the horniest messiahs that have ever walked upon this earth, Sun Myung Moon, and pastor of Lovin’ Life Ministries is having an affair. She has been spotted being a little too cozy with Ben Lorentzen in public and I have several sources confirming the reality of this affair.

I just think the Lovin’ Life Band being called “Sonic Cult” is hilarious.

April 23, 2012   2 notes

I think In Jin Moon is finally going to step down. She’ll never repent of her affair with Alistair Farrant, or any of her other nastiness. The time will come when her creepy, drug addict husband and her shall publicly split and she’ll step down from ministry. It’s unavoidable at this point. Her credibility has been shot.

April 23, 2012   7 notes
howwelldoyouknowyourmoon:

First Generation member hassling a BC about his Satanic friends. Priceless.

lol.

howwelldoyouknowyourmoon:

First Generation member hassling a BC about his Satanic friends. Priceless.

lol.

December 20, 2011   5 notes

Joshua Cotter’s notes leaked

whatisonthemoon:

Notes of a conference call were leaked. This can’t be good news.

The story goes like this. Hyunjin Moon put out a letter for the public a few days ago and then the likes of Injin Moon and Joshua Cotter tried to come up with their little strategy to deal with him. The notes are actually Injin Moon’s own words according to the last sentence on the notes.

These notes are the real deal and confirmed. If you read through it you can see that the church is up the wazoo with lies. Cotter’s admitting that the attacks on Kwak in all those lectures and workshops were bs from the start. They’re saying Kwak was a sacrificial lamb. Sounds about right. 

Notes from Rev. Cotter:
District Pastor National Conference Call Sunday, Nov. 27, 2011

Rev. Cotter: Good evening. We will focus on some guidance from In Jin Nim concerning the recent letter from Hyun Jin Nim.

I will share some things that In Jin Nim shared last night. She asked me specifically to hold this call. I will share as honestly as I can and we will take questions or comments.

Many of you saw the letter that came out from H1. It was distributed across America to many, many members. It has been forwarded around. We can send it out to everyone in case you haven’t seen it for your reference. It was targeted at our American Blessed families. There is a website for response. Rev. Rendel and I forwarded it to In Jin Nim after we received it so that we can prepare a national response from HQ. In Jin Nim called me last night. She did not feel that a public response was necessary because we thoroughly have vetted this issue and revealed the facts. Most recently was the rally to affirm True Parents proclamation. The program we did in America will be used in other English speaking nations around the world. True Parents have weighed in and given H1 every opportunity to come back and he continues to defy True Parents by holding the GPF, stealing assets, selling precious assets: all of this is rooted in one place: In Jin Nim said we should not have a public response but asked Rev. Cotter to speak to all of you so that you know how to clearly respond to members who many come to you.

In her service today she addressed the 2 suicides and attempted suicide. She has an incredible pastoral preaching conclusion that was directly connected to this letter. One of H1’s recurring themes is that Father did not want to form a church; we don’t need a ministry or church. What he doesn’t mention is the incredible ministries of Hyung Jin Nim and In Jin Nim that have revived our church and gives hope to our families. I thought it was brilliant how she compared it to North Korea: a `sham or a shell’. The same can be said of the GPF activities. He toots his own horn saying that he will continue GPF and it was stand as the fruits of Father’s works. The fact is that they are spending millions on failed events that are not very successful as reported. He is holding this up as the achieved representing Father’s legacy even though Father has denounced this. He never mentions that Father asked him to stop GPF. She wants us to be very clear about one thing: True Parents have asked Hyung Jin Nim, Kook Jin Nim and In Jin Nim to start to get the truth to our members (as in two years ago with Phyllis - at True Parents request). True Parents have asked their children to further educate the reason that Father specifically could not allow H1 to be his heir and stand as the elder son. Ironically he used the term elder son and elder brother in his letter. True Parents have given that role to Hyung Jin Nim.

Father asked him to stop GPF and spend a year internally was Father’s concern about Hyun Jin Nim’s problem with women (well documented). True Parents wanted him to come to their side, work it out and repent for his sin and come back. Hyun Jin Nim has steadfastly refused to do that. Even with this knowledge that the whole family as of his transgressions, he attacks IJN and KJN with the same accusations. True Parents asked that this be shared with top leaders. They were very reluctant to do so. With this letter coming, it’s important that the church leadership understand so we can explain it to member’s. Because of Hyun Jin Nim’s refusal to face up to this sins… That is the main reason for his split with True Parents. In this letter, he talks about his great work before the time of his split with True Parents in March of 2008. The family and True Parents have no problem with the public things he did before the split. They were totally behind what he was doing. Father was planning to take it on himself.

True Parents are happy with all that he did up until 2008.

Hyun Jin Nim talks of the split but will not give the real reason for it. In 2008 he should have accepted True Parents direction and humbly accepted the decision to appoint Hyung Jin Nim based on his purity. His chapter 2 problems were the issue. Hyun Jin Nim has never accepted Hyung Jin Nim as his abel. In his letter he says he totally disregards the leaders of HSA.

Hyun Jin Nim accuses us of laying the blame at Rev. Kwak’s feet. He denies that and says it is all his own choice. They sought to protect him from a direct hit but buffering him with the In Laws. Father said Rev. Kwak has “killed his son”. The family wants to give Hyun Jin Nim an `out’. That is the reason we presented the information the way we did (even though we knew that Hyun Jin Nim was doing this). But now, he rejects that buffer through this letter. He takes the blame for everything. The family is very saddened by that. In Jin Nim wants us to be absolutely clear about the facts.

Young people may be confused. Hyun Jin Nim is actively reaching out to young adults.

Hyun Jin Nim is very distressed, emotional and tearful in his internal meetings because he is not reaching anybody. Only a close groups like Kenshu Aoki. From In Jin Nim’s view he has been appointed as 2nd in charge. He was a CARP leader and raised by Mito. He has moved back to the Bay Area. He has reached out to Tomeo and offered him the job of CEO of GPF. In Jin Nim wants to caution us. They are being offered lots of money. If he sense there are communities where the LL foundation is weak, he will send people there to pull the young people away. This is her perception. The best defense against what he is doing is to build LLM strongly in your main city. This is the reason IJN is going through all this trouble to put the LL Pastors in place. She sees Lovin’ Life as the antidote to all that Hyun Jin Nim is doing, but more than that, as a way to save our families.

District Pastors, please follow the model from New York. Find that pastoral couple and implement it. She is very concerned about Kenshu. We need to reach him and stop him from reaching our young adults.

In Jin Nim laid out the reason for this ministry today. GPA people are writing her in tears. They say that before then they didn’t believe in LLM. Seeing it up close, they are completely changed.
We had a long phone call last night and she wants us to be really clear.

Pastor Mike Yakawich is now with Hyun Jin Nim. He served for 23 years. We have no problem with all he’s done up until he separated from True Parents. When he went to GPF and didn’t report. I suspended him pending his reporting to the District Pastors. Yakawich was accountable to Larry Krishnek and was dismissed as a consequence. He showed up at the next conference with Hyun Jin Nim.

Jin Sung Nim met with Eugene Harnett up in Alaska. It seems like Jin Sung Nim finally got through to it. He admitted that Howard Self had sort of twisted his thinking.

It’s a matter of time until H1’s foundation falls apart. His letter is a desperate attempt. In Jin Nim says the best we can do is to build Lovin’ Life Ministries. The District Pastors need to find the remaining 5 District Pastors. She absolutely believes that LLM is the answer. If you haven’t built a viable LL ministry then you should repent and immediately put it into practice.

She said that building an interfaith peace movement is necessary. Our families were suffering. You could hear her seriousness. She really depends on this team of leaders to get it and implement the entire ministry. Inherit it. It’s the only way for us to reach out, bring our families together and save our children. We are educating families now and its life changing.

It was a big struggle for her to take on STF because it came out of Hyun Jin Nim’s culture. They were resistant to change. In Jin Nim took the time to help them to change and they have. Now it is the Generation Peace Academy. It ends the past era of Hyun Jin Nim. His culture was not the culture of heart as it is under In Jin Nim. True Parents know and support IJN’s work.

This was just pouring out of her. She emphatically wants to make these points to us all. Larry Krishnek can edit these and they will be sent out together with the notes of the service and Heather’s letter. You don’t need to actively talk about it, but you need to be clear. Everything in Hyun Jin Nim’s letter is old news. While he has been failing at building his legacy, In Jin Nim is building and unshakable foundation and is trusted completely by True Parents.


Everything stated here comes from In Jin Nim.

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August 11, 2011   3 notes
whatisonthemoon:

Sam Pak.He is real.

Here is one of Sun Myung Moon’s illegitimate children.

whatisonthemoon:

Sam Pak.
He is real.

Here is one of Sun Myung Moon’s illegitimate children.

July 12, 2011   14 notes
April 6, 2011   4 notes
whatisonthemoon:

I got this in an email and I thought it was worth sharing.

On April 5, 2011 a criminal hearing was held in Sao Paulo Brazil.Charges brought against Hyun Jin Moon and 10 other defendants by SimaoFeraboli, President of the Unification Church of Brazil (known asAFUMP). The accusation is that Mr. Feraboli’s honor was violated whenhe was scolded hit and kicked by Hyun Jin Moon in front of Churchmembers during Hoon Dok Hae last June 2010. He is pressing charges forthe humiliation he felt at the time. The same incident was used byFeraboli in a civil case requesting a restraining order. That case,however, was dismissed by the courts as not being supported by theevidence.The other defendants in the criminal case are accused of providingmoral and material support to Hyun Jin Moon. Included among thedefendants are Waldir Cipriani and Mauricio Baldini. Both have Koreanwives. Cipriani and Baldini were pressured to “repent and apologize”last year after the much publicized visit by Hyun Jin Nim to Brazil.Even though they were praised by In Jin Nim for their apologies, itseems that the church is not satisfied with a simple repentance butalso wants them branded as criminals.Several of the defendants expressed at the hearing that Hyun Jin Moonwas the one who had his honor violated because the night before hecame to Brazil Rev. Dong Mo Shin and Feraboli had told Cipriani andBaldini that Hyun Jin Nim could speak the next day at Sunday Service.The next morning he was left standing in the hall for a very long timeuntil it became apparent that Shin and Feraboli had no intention ofyielding the podium to him.Several people close to Feraboli have reported recently that he isanguished over being pressured by someone in Korea to file these andother lawsuits against a True Child. The Mission Foundation’srepresentative Publio de la Rosa asked for a Power of Attorney fromFeraboli to pursue these lawsuits. When in Brazil recently, Publio dela Rosa expressed to several leaders and organizations that he reportsto Peter Kim and Kook Jin Nim. He has also asked for and been givenPower of Attorney from the church leaders in Paraguay to find somebasis for suing there as well.——————————————————————————————————————————————-Is this really a good idea?How is Feraboli funding this lawsuit? His personal money or public money?Will his “honor” really be restored by suing True Father’s son?_____________________________________________________Share YOUR opinions by clicking herehttp://groups.google.com/group/what-is-fathers-legacyDisclaimer:The posts, comments, and opinions within this Google Group“what-is-fathers-legacy@googlegroups.com” do not necessarily reflectthe positions of Hyun Jin Moon, UCI, GPFF or any other relatedprovidential organization. The writers of the posts are the owners oftheir utterances.Thank you.

whatisonthemoon:

I got this in an email and I thought it was worth sharing.

On April 5, 2011 a criminal hearing was held in Sao Paulo Brazil.
Charges brought against Hyun Jin Moon and 10 other defendants by Simao
Feraboli, President of the Unification Church of Brazil (known as
AFUMP). The accusation is that Mr. Feraboli’s honor was violated when
he was scolded hit and kicked by Hyun Jin Moon in front of Church
members during Hoon Dok Hae last June 2010. He is pressing charges for
the humiliation he felt at the time. The same incident was used by
Feraboli in a civil case requesting a restraining order. That case,
however, was dismissed by the courts as not being supported by the
evidence.

The other defendants in the criminal case are accused of providing
moral and material support to Hyun Jin Moon. Included among the
defendants are Waldir Cipriani and Mauricio Baldini. Both have Korean
wives. Cipriani and Baldini were pressured to “repent and apologize”
last year after the much publicized visit by Hyun Jin Nim to Brazil.
Even though they were praised by In Jin Nim for their apologies, it
seems that the church is not satisfied with a simple repentance but
also wants them branded as criminals.

Several of the defendants expressed at the hearing that Hyun Jin Moon
was the one who had his honor violated because the night before he
came to Brazil Rev. Dong Mo Shin and Feraboli had told Cipriani and
Baldini that Hyun Jin Nim could speak the next day at Sunday Service.
The next morning he was left standing in the hall for a very long time
until it became apparent that Shin and Feraboli had no intention of
yielding the podium to him.

Several people close to Feraboli have reported recently that he is
anguished over being pressured by someone in Korea to file these and
other lawsuits against a True Child. The Mission Foundation’s
representative Publio de la Rosa asked for a Power of Attorney from
Feraboli to pursue these lawsuits. When in Brazil recently, Publio de
la Rosa expressed to several leaders and organizations that he reports
to Peter Kim and Kook Jin Nim. He has also asked for and been given
Power of Attorney from the church leaders in Paraguay to find some
basis for suing there as well.
——————————————————————————————————————————————-
Is this really a good idea?
How is Feraboli funding this lawsuit? His personal money or public money?
Will his “honor” really be restored by suing True Father’s son?
_____________________________________________________
Share YOUR opinions by clicking here
http://groups.google.com/group/what-is-fathers-legacy

Disclaimer:
The posts, comments, and opinions within this Google Group
“what-is-fathers-legacy@googlegroups.com” do not necessarily reflect
the positions of Hyun Jin Moon, UCI, GPFF or any other related
providential organization. The writers of the posts are the owners of
their utterances.

Thank you.

March 12, 2011   5 notes

For the seekers at Lovin’ Life Ministries

I know many people are recruited by young “witnessers” and STF youth in New York City. It isn’t intense, but it is a decent amount of people. If you have been asked to attend Lovin’ Life Ministries or a friend is going to take you… I want you to know it is a cult. It is part of the Unification Church and it is an organization that says Sun Myung Moon is the messiah and Jesus Christ is a failure in regards to the mission God gave him.

I encourage you to watch this six part documentary on the Unification Church: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOY3Sxe4TeE

And if you do not believe Sun Myung Moon is an adulterer, watch this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdvQGD5Lnsc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jroufYZOfFE
Above, these two videos give credible interviews. One is of Nan Sook Hong, ex-wife of drug addict son of Sun Myung Moon, and another is Sun Myung Moon’s daughter. It shows the reality of the corruption of Sun Myung Moon and the organization from the inside.

PLEASE RESEARCH THE UNIFICATION CHURCH.

In Jin Moon, pastor of Lovin’ life Ministries and daughter of Sun Myung Moon, has led a life of drinking, drug abuse, and partying. She never publicly repented for this. She has had a relationship with her half-brother, the result of her father’s affair, Sam Park. She has also had an affair with her producer and a former part of the Lovin’ Life Band (Sonic Cult) Alistair Farrant. She is unrepentant.

THIS IS A CULT.

February 2, 2011   1 note

Funny how most of the Lovin’ Life Band disappeared.

January 26, 2011   11 notes

howwelldoyouknowyourmoon:

Ex-Moonie Diane Benscoter: How cults think

“Diane Benscoter talks about how she joined the Moonies — and stayed for five long years. She shares an insider’s perspective on cults and extremist movements, and proposes a new way to think about today’s most troubling conflicts.” (via http://www.ted.com)

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