Moon Has Announced (again) he's lord and Messiah at Congress reception
In 1992 Revelation Sung Myung Moon declared himself as the Lord of the 2nd advent.
10 years later newspaper ads were taken out (2002) by the Unification Church. They said that in the spirit world Jesus, Confucius, and the Buddha, Muhammad, have endorsed him. Even dead U.S. president was there, as Moon's gospel is includes plans for America.
Now at 84 years old Sun Myung Moon has stated this in front of Americas congressmen. The Korean-born businessman and religious leader delivered a long speech saying he was “sent to Earth ... to save the world's 6 billion people. ... Emperors, kings and presidents ... have declared to all heaven and Earth that Reverend Sun Myung Moon is none other than humanity's Savior, Messiah, Returning Lord and True Parent.”
(CNSNews.com) - When the Rev. Sun Myung Moon and his wife were crowned the “King and Queen of Peace” on March 23rd -- inside the Dirksen Senate Office Building with Members of Congress looking on -- few news outlets took notice.
Details of the ceremony - first reported by Salon.com writer John Gorenfeld - have prompted several legislators to say they were misled or duped by organizers. (The Seattle Times Company Wednesday, June 23, 2004).
The Interreligious and International Federation for World Peace, a Moonie organization sponsored the March 23, 2004 ceremony. They flew in nearly 100 religious leaders from all 50 states to receive “Crown of Peace” awards. Moon and his wife were honored as “King and Queen of Peace.”
It was reported that the Rev. Walter Fauntroy, a Democrat who was Washington, D.C.'s congressional delegate for 10 years, was the event's master of ceremonies and recipient of a “National Crown of Peace” award.
In a Washington Post description of the event, more than a dozen lawmakers were there, and one of them - Rep. Danny Davis (D-Ill.) -- “wore white gloves and carried a pillow holding an ornate crown that was placed on Moon's head.”
Someone may have to look into what some of our congressman believe, I find what is being reported as distressing.
Davis said he is a lifelong Methodist who does not agree with many of Moon's
religious teachings, but he praised Moon's efforts to promote world peace. Davis
said Moon associates have donated money to his congressional campaigns, but that
has nothing to do with his support for Moon's organization. (The Seattle Times
Company Wednesday, June 23, 2004)
Seems that Moon is having one last fling at the expense of prominent people in religion and government before he enters the spirit world to find out the truth.
CNSNews.com-Washington Post and The Seattle Times Company