• The Program of Southeastern Wind for Forty-Nine Days
  • Later, Sahng-jeh-nim said, “I need to borrow the southeastern wind for forty-nine days.”
  • Taking three or four disciples, Sahng-jeh-nim went to Nahm-go Mountain Fortress in Jeonju.
  • 10 At a peak called Mahn-gyung Point, located within the fortress, He conducted a work of renewal in which He stuck a pole with a paper flag into the ground, wrote something, and read it aloud.
  • 13 A while later, the southeastern wind started to blow.
  • 15 It continued for forty-nine days.
  • 20 In December 1903, the Russo-Japanese War indeed broke out. The Russian forces were defeated on land and at sea, and Japan was victorious. As a result, the charges against Bahk Yung-hyo’s organization were dropped.

  • (JSD Dojeon 5,27)

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