Sun Myung Moon

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Comment by Michael Shea on January 4th, 2009 at 6:08 am

Dear Editor,
Excellent article.
One tech flaw: the link to the Korean birth house is broken, “entry” is repeated twice: a href=”/entry/Provinces_of_Korea”
Thanks, Mike

Comment by Svemir Brkic on January 4th, 2009 at 4:41 pm

Thank you for the feedback. I do not see a broken link there. Perhaps it was a temporary glitch of some sorts.

Comment by Adrienne Thornton on July 13th, 2009 at 10:31 pm

To Whom it may Concern:
One of the Marriage Blessings of Rev. Moon was left out. The 118 Blessing in London, England on May 21, 1978. Rev. Moon said it was “the doorway for the 1,800 Blessing”. It is the only marriage that Ye Jin Moon attended in place of True Mother, as Mother was pregnant and couldn’t risk the air journey. Dennis and Doris Orme were the leaders of the Lancaster Gate Center at which the marriage ceremony took place. I know this to be true as it is my Blessing. Please add it as many European leaders were married at that time. It should not be left out.

Comment by Laura Lea on February 13th, 2010 at 12:53 pm

Thank you for your comprehensive chronicle of the work of Rev. Sun Myung Moon. Ignorance is a mighty tool for harm, wisdom and knowledge are a light for all people. Thank you for being an instrument of light.

Comment by Gina Suarez Avila on August 15th, 2011 at 5:08 pm

Hello. The 6’000 couples Blessing was 1982 (not 1988).

Comment by Jennifer Tanabe on August 16th, 2011 at 10:49 am

Thank you for your feedback. The caption on the photo of the 6000 Couples Blessing has been corrected.

Comment by naohide and nadja on October 8th, 2011 at 10:02 am

the explainion about Rev. Sun Myung Moon’s family is not complete. The mother (Ms Kim) of his second son, Hee-jin, is not mentioned.

Comment by edwin pierson on September 3rd, 2012 at 11:24 pm


But Father “served” 13 months at Danbury (as even Wikipedia got it right).

In 1982, Moon was convicted in the United States of filing false federal income tax returns and conspiracy. His conviction was upheld on appeal in a split decision. Moon was given an 18-month sentence and a $15,000 fine. He served 13 months of the sentence at the Federal Correctional Institution, Danbury before being released on good behavior to a halfway house.[36]

NWE has it wrong:

Despite being sentenced, in 1982, to 13 months in prison at the Danbury
Correctional facility, Reverend Moon sought to love and serve his oppressor
by establishing the *Washington Times* newspaper (1982) and the American
Constitution Committee (ACC) (1987)—later to become the American Freedom
Coalition and, after the fall of communism, the American Family Coalition
(AFC). These and many other organizations, including the Women’s Federation
for World Peace (formed 1992), were convened with the the mission to
elevate the idealism and dispensational purpose for the democratic world,
especially the United States.

Comment by Jennifer Tanabe on September 4th, 2012 at 10:44 am

Thank you, Edwin, for pointing out that inaccuracy – indeed he served 13 months of an 18 month sentence. The text will be corrected.

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