Rome lacks a vertical axis

Rome lacks a vertical axis

Sun Myung Moon
May 1, 2011
Hoon Dok Hae
Rome Italy
Notes translated from French: Patrick Jouan

This Hoon Dok Hae was very intense.

After 40 minutes of reading by Dr. Yang, Father spoke and commented on several points.

Above all, he insisted on the remaining time until 13 January 2013.

The name of Rome in Korean is pronounced like “roll”, “rolling”, “moving along” and therefore we need a vertical aspect, as the columns of St Peter’s Basilica.

It lacks a vertical axis to that city.

It takes a vertical connection between hell and heaven to do it. We need to begin in the bottom and go up, to save the fallen world from the rock bottom. By visiting the Cathedral of St. Peter, Father said: “Father saw lots of columns, but this is not the kind of verticality it takes. It takes a vertical axis between God and humanity.

More Father visited St. Peter’s and more he felt a spiritual heaviness.

The mission of our Father is giving the Blessing, tomorrow, to 10 million people… It is Father’s desire and God’s.

Then he mentioned that at the time of Jesus, Jesus’ mother did not make efforts to marry Jesus and at that moment, Father spat on the table before him, expressing heavenly anger over Mary’s providential failure.

He also said he was surprised to see such a building like St. Peter’s cathedral dedicated to Peter, when the Apostle Peter actually denied Jesus 3 times. At that moment I felt the immense sorrow of God, the pain of Jesus over the rejection by the religious authorities of the time, the failure of John the Baptist, of his own family and his followers who could not unite with him and could not follow him in his mission.

I cried realizing how much our Father understood the heart of God and Jesus.