Earlier this week, it was confirmed by a former MIR Foundation official that the President of South Korea, Park Geun-hye, had been acting merely as a puppet for a shadow cabal of eight women. In South Korea, the cabal has been called '8선녀 (Pal Sun Nyo),' which is roughly translated into ‘The Eight Heavenly Fairies.”
The head of the shadow cabal is Choi Soon-sil who has been acting as the power-broker in this corruption ordeal. Up until this spring, Choi had been receiving thirty centimeter (11.8 inches) thick reports referred to as “Presidential Report Packets” on almost a daily basis. Choi would then hold behind-the-scenes meetings with the reports to discuss all aspects of governance.
Who Is Choi Soon-sil?
Choi Soon-sil is a sixty-year-old South Korean shaman and cult leader. She is the daughter of the pseudo-Christian pastor, Choi Tae-min, who was Park’s mentor before he died in 1994. It is believed that she has been the person who has been masterminding government policy plans as well as being the country’s chief decision maker during Park’s administration. She has reportedly been spending a lot of time in Europe with her primary country of business being Germany where she is currently being chased by German Prosecution Office for suspicious paper companies and tax evasion in Germany, as outlined by the German newspaper, Kreisblatt. Reportedly, she landed in South Korea on the morning of October 30th.
Who Are In The Shadow Cabal?
It is yet unclear who exactly is part of the cabal known as ‘The Eight Heavenly Fairies.’ We only know thus far that they are a group of eight women and that Choi Soon-sil is the leader. The other women are expected to be CEOs, wives of powerful CEOs, women politicians, and the like. It is quite possible that the other members are also part of cults or cult leaders like Choi and her father before her.
Did the U.S. Know?
It is unclear, but suspicions regarding Park and her relationship with Choi Soon-sil and her father Choi Tae-min have long been present. In 2007, the U.S. embassy in Korea wrote a confidential cable addressed to Washington. In this report, William Staton, Deputy Chief of Mission at the time, described that the then-presidential candidate Park Geun-hye was being controlled by her mentor Choi Tae-min, while his children (among them was Choi Soon-sil) was rumored to have amassed enormous fortunes.
In the cable obtained by Wikileaks, William Staton writes, "Rumors are rife that the late pastor had complete control over Park's body and soul during her formative years and that his children accumulated enormous wealth as a result." He then referred to the relationship between Park and Choi Tae-min as being “unusual.”
Park Geun-hye & The Cult
It seems that Park was indoctrinated into the shamanistic cult when she was merely twenty-three years old. It was during this time Park and Choi Soon-sil’s father connected and when her mind and body was said to be claimed to be controlled by the cult and its leader Choi Tae-min.
Choi Tae-min referred to himself as the ‘future Buddha’ and established the cult which he called the Eternal Life Church, which is why he’s often referred to as a pseudo-priest. The Chois then got close to Park by claiming they could communicate with her deceased mother who was assassinated in 1974.
What’s Currently Happening in South Korea?
After it became public knowledge that Choi Soon-sil had edited Park Geun-hye’s speech, she offered an apology and fired ten of her senior advisors — however, the speech failed to defuse the situation.
During the Saturday evening, upwards of twenty thousand people took to the streets to protest, calling for Park’s resignation.
The same day, prosecutors raided the home of several of Park’s aide. They seized the files and computers of the officials suspected to be Choi Soon-sil’s accomplices.