It’s time for spirits to come down to earth

It’s time for spirits to come down to earth

Sun Myung Moon
March 9, 2007
Hoon Dok Hae
Cheon Jeong Gung
FFWPU International
Translation of unofficial notes taken by the Unification Church History Compilation Committee

Summary of Father’s Words

What would happen if all those spirits are accepted? There are only 6.5 billion on the earth. It’s time now for the billions and trillions of spirits in the spirit world to come down to the earth. People who know the principle have to become the central figure to those spirits. You cannot do it alone. The spirits that live in that unknown world are attaching themselves to you. Where will you guide them? The most urgent task for you right now is taking the peace messages with you wherever you go. By doing so if you can convey the message with your heart they will all follow you even without explaining it to them.

People from the Chungcheong provinces, especially, Chungcheongbuk-do are all thinking about different things. Each of them should be hit by lightning. It’s a problem if you don’t know. Those people may feel discomfited in their current position but they should know that they have ancestors who are connected to them. What are they going to do about the descendants living on the earth? You have to confer these (peace message) booklets to them while they are on the earth. That’s the only way. It’s the easiest way. I have known all along that I have to go to the spirit world. This must be done by April 17, True Parents’ Day.

06:20 a.m.

(True Father’s tells Rev. Jeung Rho Yoon to give a report on the peace forums. Rev. Yoon gives a report and also talks briefly about his time in Brazil.)

Summary of Rev. Yoon’s testimony

In Jardim, Brazil, Rev. Oyamada and I were listening to Father speak until two in the morning. I suggested to Father that he should get some rest as it was getting late. Father replied “My sleeping is not important. It is my fate that keeps me from sleeping. It is nighttime here in Brazil but on the other side of the globe it is day in Korea and Japan. How could I be snoring in my sleep at night when there are so many people praying for me over there?! I cannot sleep. I must receive the prayers from the people of the world.”

(After Rev. Yoon’s report and testimony, Father had Rev. and Mrs. Seok Soo Han from Gwesan come up and sing. The couple sang “Hollo Arirang.” Father also had about twenty Japanese wives come up and sing “Boat Song.”)