The Words of the Sun Myung Moon from 2012
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. However, they do provide a good idea of the "spirit" of the message. -- Rev. Katsumi Kambashi
Mrs. Yang shared Father's words given at 1:16 a.m. that morning. She said, "Father asked how many volumes of the Sermons of the Rev. Moon have been published so far. The answer was 615 volumes. Father has been finished with reading until volume 48 in Las Vegas. We are now moving from the volume 48 to 49, and Father said 'The era of new transition will start,' and also said '훈독교체기점 (訓讀交體基点: Point to change in doing Hoon Dok)' Father said 'Today is 3.3 H.C. and 3 X 3 makes 9. So today is the day when we leap for the eternal new era.' From today, we will read the Sermons of the Rev. Moon volume 49. Father also said, 'Only when all the words of Father are put in order and organized in books according to when and where they were given, we won't have any denominations later. I have to do it by myself in my life time.' Father also said, 'If any of my words isn't included in my speech book, there will be great confusion.'"
While she was explaining, Father started to speak. The following are some of Father's words given that day.
"Why does 8 X 8 make 81? It shouldn't be so. It made a step backwards by 21."
(Unfolding and showing his handkerchief) "I don't do things thoughtlessly even when folding my handkerchief." (Then he explained the numerical principle, especially the number 3, in the cosmos while indicating points on his spread handkerchief)
"Tradition and blood lineage must be one. Tradition can be inherited through the blood lineage of father and mother."
"동서남북 (east, west, south, and north) are the words used before the fall that took place when Adam and Eve were 17 years old." (Katsumi: I think what Father is concerned about here by saying 동서남북 (east, west, south, and north) is the order.)
"When I came to Seoul and lived in the district of Heuk Soek dong, I didn't have a boat to cross over the Seo Bing Go and I had no friend. I cried every day. One day when I was crying under the willow tree on the sandy beach, one lady, who heard me crying for three days, gave me a basket of rice cake. I can't forget what I owed to her in Seoul that time. I am still clear where that the place is and can find it even I visit there at night.
Then Mrs. Yang continued to read the rest of Father's words given at 1;16 a.m. that day. She said, "Father said, 'Don't use my words centering on oneself.' Father also said, 'I have to read all the 615 volumes.' I reported to Father that before D-Day all the rest will be published by Korean HQ."
Then she read Father's speech in volume 49.