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Hans Tolzin und die Moon-Sekte
« on: March 22, 2008, 01:00:39 AM »

Sekten sind eine große Gefahr. Deswegen muß man sich sehr genau ansehen, was die Sekten tun und was die Leute tun, die in einer Sekte sind oder waren.

Die Moon-Sekte kennen wir schon über 30 Jahre. Sie fiel schon damals auf, weil sie nicht bloß "religiös" aktiv war, sondern auch politisch aktiv war.

Hans Tolzin, so läßt sich in den Archiven im WWW feststellen, hat Bücher verkauft, darunter auch solche über Moon:

http://groups.google.com/group/alt.religion.christian/msg/288d7afad0caec70?dmode=source

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Nachricht von Diskussion 12/4/97 Book review "SMM The Early Years"

From: "Damian J. Anderson" <dam...@unification.net>
Subject: 12/4/97 Book review "SMM The Early Years"
Date: 1997/12/09
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December 4, 1997

NEW BOOK ON FATHER'S EARLY LIFE
(This book review was published in the October issue of
Unification News)

Sun Myung Moon: The Early Years, 1920-53
By Michael Breen

Reviewed by Chris Corcoran

This is a unique book, written by an English Unification church
member who has a broad journalistic background and a deep
understandfing of the Korean culture. These qualifications alone
would give Mr. Breen the necessary foundation to write Father's
biography. However, upon reading the first few chapters of his
book, it becomes apparent that the author's talents extend far
beyond journalism and propel this work into a seminal piece of
literature.

While the book surely must have been an arduous labor of love for
Mr. Breen, he is careful not to idealize Father's life story.  The
sensitively crafted book aspires to set the record straight. Like any
good piece of research, it relies only on primary sources, those
people who had first hand knowledge of the stories they're
recounting. This is one of its main sources of power; the copious
footnotes at the end of each chapter testify to the exhaustive and
I'm sure exhausting research that went into the book.

Readers looking for controversy and scandal needn't waste their
time here. However, souls seriously thirsty for details in the life of
one of histories most complex and controversial figures can drink
deeply from this well. As Mr. Breen succinctly states in his preface,
"And so there are two Sun Myung Moons, the widely-known
disturber of society, and the man who doesn't want to hurt God's
feelings. This book is about the lesser-known man."    

Beginning with Father's birth in 1920 and a fascinating account of
his ancestry and village, the book takes us in ten chapters to the
sending out of the first missionary in 1953 and the imminent
founding of the Unification Church in 1954.  The book ends
abruptly at this point and I am told a sequel is in the works.
The author's ability to recount stories long familiar to most
Unificationists and breathe new life into them is due partly to his
extraordinary skills at conveying life in early 20th century Korea,
particularly the lives of Christian Koreans. The high drama of
Japanese colonization; the explosion of Christianity across the
peninsula; and the horrific Korean war are never allowed to
overshadow the main story line. In allowing the facts of Father's
life to speak for themselves, unvarnished and straight forward, the
greatest of all dramas unfolds as it should.

The book's greatness is also found in the hundreds of pieces of
new information, at least to this reader, which add colorization to
stories previously seen only in black and white. What was
previously a patchwork of stories about Father, unevenly pieced
together and often lacking in context and the human touch, now
emerges as a seamless tapestry.

For the disciple of Father, there is new spiritual life to be found in
these pages. They stand as a solid testimony to the trials,
tribulations and victories of the man we admire and love. For the
non-believer, or even the apostate member, this book may prove to
be even more valuable, for it provides a doorway for belief and
reconciliation. It's scholarly style of research and thoroughness
result in what may be for many people a bridge to Father more
easily crossed than theology alone can provide.

It's a book you can proudly hand to a friend or relative who is not in
the church and be confident that the book is the best we have to
date on Father's life. Until the time Father himself writes his auto-
biography, this book will be the standard by which all other's are
measured.

The Unification church, indeed the world, owes Mr. Breen its
gratitude for compiling these testimonies and writing them in such
a masterful way.      
       
About The Author

Michael Breen is a consultant and writer who first went to Korea as
a correspondent in 1982. He covered North and South Korea at
different times for The Washington Times, The Guardian and The
Times. He was the president of the Seoul Foreign Correspondents'
Club for three years during South Korea's period of
democratization, and has traveled widely in North Korea. He is
married with three children, and lives in Sussex, England.

Sun Myung Moon: The Early Years 1920-53 by Michael Breen
(Refuge Books) will be available from HSA Publications for $14.95.
Please call 212 997-0050 x 225 to order your copy of his extremely
interesting book. A must read.


In Europe: Hans Tolzin. Tel: +49-711-990-5196,  
Fax: +49-771-990-5197,   Email: Hatolzin@aol.com


In Britain: George Robertson. Tel: 0171-723-0721 ext. 111
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Hans Tolzin und die Moon-Sekte
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2008, 02:30:30 AM »

20 Jahre bei den Moonies:

http://groups.google.com/group/alt.religion.unification/msg/37b37e72c11a6563?dmode=source

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From: hatolzin@aol.com (Hatolzin)
Subject: Re: SMM's Words Become Reality, According to Newspaper
Date: 1998/01/20
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Im Artikel <69u1us$...@bgtnsc02.worldnet.att.net>, Dennis Smith
<dsmi...@worldnet.att.net> schreibt:

>I don't think anyone on this NG ever said Moon wasn't powerful.
>I for one believe he is very powerful. He is rich and money is
>power. He is also a delusional convicted felon who runs a criminal
>organization masquerading as a church.
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>D.Smith
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Hallo, D.Smith,
It seems you are very shure about the "criminal organization".
I was an official member of the UC in Germany for 20 Years.
It's not criminal.
It's like all other religios organizations in the world. (And ALL structures in
the world)
Addicted structures. Addicted People. Addicted to power and controlling others.
The UC is just a mirror of the society as the society is a mirror of the UC.
Not better and not bader.
Just to mention: I am on my own way now to heal from all my addictions and to
find a TRUE spiritual life. I don't need any religious organization for that.
Just friends.
And I am not shure about the personality of Rev. Moon. I think he beliefs in
what he is saying and doing and I respect him for that.
And it's not MY way.
Hans
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In Stuttgart war ein Stützpunkt der Moonsekte. In der Königstraße standen Mitte der 70er Jahre meist zwei junge Mädchen/Frauen im Bereich zwischen Girokasse und Hertie  und boten die Zeitung der Sekte an oder versuchten auf andere Weise, die Passanten ins Gespräch zu verwickeln.

Sie hatten uns im Visier. Sie wußten nicht, daß wir sie im Visier hatten...


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