Donkey, Horse, and Mule
Sun Myung Moon
March 7, 2011
Hoon Dok Hae
Cheon Hwa Gung in Las Vegas
Unofficial notes: Rev. Kambashi / Canada News
Mrs. McDevitt read Father’s speech titled “Let’s stand on God’s Side”
After the reading, Father talked about the donkey, horse, mule (born from male donkey and female horse), hinny (born from a male horse and female donkey). He said it is the donkey that has the most vital force among animals, surviving all difficult environments where other animals like lions, tigers, or horses die.
“What tradition does the donkey have? It is that they are high on energy. Their heehawing sounds are the bigger than the sound of any other animals’, and it could be heard from a distance of mountains. Among animals, it is donkey that has the biggest male sexual organ, which can even reach to the ground. Do you know that? When a male donkey heehaws, female donkeys are down on their knees and listen to it, thinking about how they can get into relationships with him and have offspring. If a widow sees such a scene three times, where she finds a much stronger love relationship than she previously had, she would not be able to live long while thinking of her husband who already passed away.
Then why do male and female horses want to be paired to donkeys? It is because horses can feel an explosive stimulation with donkey. But their offspring, which are the mule and hinny, have no sperm and therefore mules and hinnies cannot have their offspring. Why does it happen? It is because they are born from a male horse and female donkey or from a female horse and male donkey through such powerful emotions (that their parents had) but that stimulating relation cannot be connected to them (who are crossbred mules and hinnies). Human homosexuals are exactly in the same situation, and they are also to die off.”