OK, firstly changing out a SVDA distributor (assuming that's what you started with) for a 009 is not recommended for a road car, it will run worse.
Unless, of course, your original SVDA is shot, you have a good 009 kicking around and cannot afford or dont have time to get a replacement SVDA.
But for now I'll assume that you already know that.
So you have a pulley with uncertain timing marks, and maybe a distributor drive shaft that might not be fitted in the correct "factory" position.
Firstly, don't worry about the distributor drive shaft. If it's been fitted out of position then all that will mean is that your distributor will end up being twisted to a different angle and it won't "look right" - but that's something you can either live with or fix on a sunny day once you've sorted the engine running out. It won't affect the running of the engine once your timing is correct. Timing is set from the pulley wheel, not from the offset slot in the distributor drive shaft.
Next, you need to sort out your pulley timing marks firstly by finding TDC.
Some pulleys have a "dimple" on the rear edge (that's closest to you as you're looking at it) - and that denotes TDC.
V notches on the other side such as the one / two you have marked could mean anything, I wouldn't trust them until you have proved exactly what they are. Pulleys and other engine parts get swapped about over the years, you can't be sure if its original.
So see if you have a "dimple" thats the easy way. If not see this thread - https://www.volkszone.com/VZi/showthread.php?t=1588915
As for timing the 009 have a look at this thread - https://www.volkszone.com/VZi/showthread.php?t=1595919
- but there are plenty of others.
Good luck, let us know how you get on...