AD 1935

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Annual Report (AR) beginning 1 January (GongLi ); Gregorian calendar.

Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year

12th/60 years; Yi/NieHai () of the 77th Chinese sexagenary cycles LiuShi HuaJia () begins:

4 February (GongLi , Thursday[1]): 1-1 Nisan[2] (ניסן, YinLi: ) is the prepared straight[3] (: Zheng) 1st day ZhengYi (正) of the 1st lunar month ZhengYue (正) 1-1 of the Chinese lunar year YinLi ():

Korean Nation Foundation

31st/120 years of the Period of the Korean Nation Foundation covering the period of time of AD 1905 through CE 2024.

Suffering as a Vassal State of the Japanese Empire

31st/40 years of the 1st/3 40 year periods of the Period of Suffering as a Vassal of the Japanese Empire on the national level extent or scope for Korea paralleling the 1st/3 40 year periods of the Period of the National Course of John the Baptist of the Period of Zechariah's Household during BC AYN 17.

Individual Solar Cycle

AD 1935: 16th/40 years of the Period of the Individual Solar Cycle when Moon YongMyung (문용명, ), birthed 25 February, AD 1920 is 15 years old, who would later become Moon SunMyung (문선명, ).

  • April 17,[4] Easter Sunday: Reverend SunMyung Moon says he had a vision or revelation of Yeshua (ישוע) while praying atop a small mountain. Reverend Moon says Yeshua asked him to complete the unfinished task of establishing God’s kingdom on Earth and bring peace to the world, thus commissioning him on that date, the same day date as the actual birth of Yeshua (ישוע) during BC AYN 5.

Moon Yong Myeong birthed in modern-day North PyeongAn (평안, ) Province (북도, ), North Korea, at a time when Korea was under Japanese rule, the younger of two sons in a farming family of 8 children. Moon's family followed Confucianist beliefs until he was around 10 years old, when they converted to Christianity and joined the Presbyterian Church.

References

Annual Reports
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Notes

  1. The same day of the week both in the Julian Date and Chinese Lunar Dates to Gregorian
  2. Nisan years used around Mesopotamia and the Northern Kingdom of Israel and the Chinese lunar calendar
  3. See AD 29
  4. True Parents Course; Northeast Continent Headquarters Education Department FFWPU, 5th Edition 2005, pg 8

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