Mongolia is the origin of Korean ancestors
Sun Myung Moon
April 4, 2011
Hoon Dok Hae
Cheon Jeong Gung
Note: These notes are taken from a Peace TV video clip. They cannot be published as definitive texts and should never be used in the future as an “official” publication of True Father’s words.
That day, Dr. Bo Hi Pak and the Blessed families from Mongolia participated at the meeting. Mrs. McDevitt read Father’s speech from his speech book #21, titled “New Awareness,” given at the former Korean headquarters on Dec. 8, 1968.
“Where is the origin of Korean ancestors? It is Mongolia. Mongolians’ distinguished point is that they have the Mongolian birth mark on their hips. Those who have it are important. I re-assigned Bo Hi Pak as the Bun Bong Wang of Mongolia. The responsible person of the Unification church is not Hyung Jin nor Kook Jin. On the top of Hyung Jin there is Mother, and on the top of her, there is Father. Do you understand? Do not forget this. An order starts from one.”
“Las Vegas means the plural of ‘large’ (Large-s) and the plural of ‘beggar’ (beggar-s). Beggars cannot be sons, and they even cannot be the servants of the sons.”
“People did not know that the God of Night and the God of Day had been split. (Raising his voice) Those who do not know about the God of Night and the God of Day cannot insist on their status as God’s people.”
“Did God start to use the four rules of arithmetic, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, or did it start after the human fall? 9 X 9 should be 91 or 102.”
“God is the Subject in whom the dual characteristics are in harmony having the quality of masculinity. This is his essence.”