This blog is not about celestials bodies or the dual aspects that drive this program to closure. It's about the death of Sun Myung Moon a South Korean best known as the founder of the Unification Church, and for his claim that he was a messiah. (Give me break!) The photo above is from his 2005 "Now is God's Time" rally in New York City. I never could understand what he and his "Moonies" were about. Happily, I'm not programmed to be a follower of any religious system.
Reality is, and has always been, about money and power - hidden agendas and revelations - and who is really in control. It certainly isn't Obama and company who make their case this week at the DNC. Four years later, and a lot wiser, we know who to believe (no one) and have a better feel for how the games are played. Four years ago, this month, the recession began ....the move towards closure on all levels ... the burnout to the "flood" of information we would come to realize by 2012. Hope? It's in our programming, but a hard commodity to come by these days in any market. Things have to crash for humans to 'get it.'
Sun Myung Moon, 92, religious leader dies LA Times - September 3, 2012
The Rev. Sun Myung Moon, the self-proclaimed Messiah from South Korea who led the Unification Church, one of the most controversial religious movements to sweep America in the 1970s, has died. He was 92. Moon, who had been hospitalized with pneumonia in August, died Monday at a hospital in Gapyeong, South Korea, church officials announced. Although greeted as a Korean Billy Graham when he arrived in the United States four decades ago, Moon gradually emerged as a religious figure with quite different beliefs, whose movement was labeled a cult and whose followers were mocked as "Moonies." At the height of his popularity, he claimed 5 million members worldwide, a figure that ex-members and other observers have called inflated. Those numbers are believed to have fallen into the thousands today.