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Serge Benhayon’s pet themes: the “Death Cycle” and deserving rape

Ben Quilty, 'Picnic 3'

Ben Quilty, ‘Picnic 3 2006’

In these student notes from an Esoteric Development Group lecture delivered by Universal Medicine cult leader, Serge Benhayon, we see how this health service provider really feels about human life, his fixation with death, and how he thinks rape victims get what’s coming to them.

THE SCIENCE OF REINCARNATION: This is a big Occult science, which Serge is going to write about and present. Towards the end of your life is considered the beginning of your next life. The essence you are known by when you pass-over will be the essence you will be known by when you reincarnate.

Serge spoke about the “Death Cycle”. We will all be put in into what is called a “Death Cycle”. The Death Cycle is whatever it needs to be. It can last 30 years or 3 years. The death cycle prepares you to “pass-over” and then in your next life you are given the first 12 years to “juice up” your body before all your karma is given to you at the age of 12/13. If we understand this as parents we would consider more deeply about how we are as parents. Are we allowing our kids to start clear so that when they get to their teenage years they can deal with their karma or are we impregnating them with ideals and beliefs before they even have a chance to deal with their own karma? As a parent it is awful to hear this but we have to remember that Serge and the Hierarchy are now introducing things that will improve over the next 2,600 years. The soul cannot interfere with karma. Serge gave the example of a rapist. If he/she is jailed but does not learn that what they did was wrong and that it will affect the person they raped for the rest of their life then they will have to come back and experience rape in their next life. Then at the end of that life if they say, “I could never rape anyone” then the healing can begin. There is always a part of us that says to the soul “bring it on, I want to heal.”. We could never imagine ourselves agreeing to be raped in order to learn a lesson but we do agree.

It takes 3 to rape – the man or women, the first spirit that enters the potential rapist and makes sure they lose themselves by triggering thoughts, emotions etc. and then the 2nd entity that leaves the imprint of rape in the person who is raped. An esoteric practitioner can clear this seed of rape. Otherwise it is left in the person who was raped until the person who raped them comes to their senses, see that they have harmed the person they raped and truly start their own healing. The soul assists with this.

The death cycle may include disease and illness if it is needed. For some the death cycle could include finding Universal Medicine, clearing a whole lot of prana and then dying. The soul may say that your body is wrecked and so why not clear as much as possible this life and then diea and come back within 2-9 years with a new body and a new imprint. In the death cycle we can dump into the body up to half of the ill energy we carry and then come back with a lighter body to deal with the rest.

From EDG notes, February 2012, taken by Esoteric ‘Student’ and Breast Masseuse, Elizabeth Dolan.

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7 Comments on “Serge Benhayon’s pet themes: the “Death Cycle” and deserving rape”

  1. Darkly Venus says:

    Interesting how he reckons you cop your karma at age 12/13. Current wife Miranda was around that age when she moved into the Benhayon household.

  2. You know whos Brother says:

    It seems like UM is a sort of a karmic hospice with Serge inviting people in to die. I am sure he gets all the paperwork done first, such as bequeaths to his charity. What a sick bastard. It shows you how dangerous it is once you start accepting the improvable. It’s only a hop and skip to killing yourself in the name of clearing karma and getting a new ‘light bod’

  3. You know whos Brother says:

    “Are we allowing our kids to start clear so that when they get to their teenage years they can deal with their karma or are we impregnating them with ideals and beliefs before they even have a chance to deal with their own karma? As a parent it is awful to hear this but we have to remember that Serge and the Hierarchy are now introducing things that will improve over the next 2,600 years. The soul cannot interfere with karma. Serge gave the example of a rapist…”

    His favorite example. I wonder why?

    You have to ask how stupid the ‘students/followers/acolytes/mindless defenders” are to believe for a second that Serge is anything but a numbskull with a cosmic vision for himself. “Serge and the hierarchy are introducing things…!” hahahahahahahahaha. It would be hysterical if it wasn’t for the fact that come this Wednesday, they will be all down at Lennox giving 5 more days of their lives and $1600 in cash to listening to his insanity. The mind boggles.

  4. You know whos Brother says:

    “As our kids get older and start to develop we change.
    We treat them differently

    We are afraid to hold and touch them as we used when they were younger
    – have a rule , a belief /ideal that we must respect their space, so we distance ourselves
    If it was at all sexual they would feel it….one can feel someone being sexual at a distance
    Holding back our body is an attack on self
    Can’t hold back with your daughter in the same way, just because she has developed breasts
    Use your body unrestrained….hold your children lovingly, be who You are.
    We all want love at all ages
    Don’t change for anyone

    Be this love for others not just family”

    Yep. Nothing suss here. From the endless atmic wisdom of Serge, the ascended master.

  5. You know whos Brother says:

    “It takes 3 to rape – the man or women, the first spirit that enters the potential rapist and makes sure they lose themselves by triggering thoughts, emotions etc. and then the 2nd entity that leaves the imprint of rape in the person who is raped. An esoteric practitioner can clear this seed of rape. Otherwise it is left in the person who was raped until the person who raped them comes to their senses, see that they have harmed the person they raped and truly start their own healing. The soul assists with this”

    Ummmmm. Ahhhhh. Hmmmmmm……

    • Darkly Venus says:

      I think I know what you’re thinking, but it’s my opinion there’s no healing there, nor remorse. I might have to work it into the post I’m writing on Esoteric sex.

      You’re looking at someone who regards themselves as divine, and therefore not only exempt from mundane laws, but whose projections are so complete his teachings only apply to others. I’ve seen this in other cult leaders. They’ll preach morality as aggressively as you like, but they don’t follow it themselves. Like the yoga guru who was preaching selfless service and mindfulness whilst embezzling his own not for profit foundation.

      Trigger warning for abuse survivors for the following:

      Sexual transgression and control is a given in cults, and one area where double standards are starkly obvious. I can’t think of a single group where it doesn’t exist. Genocidist Pol Pot used to force couples together and force them into sex. A Cambodian man told me people were sent to spy on his parents every night to make sure they were having sex, otherwise they’d be physically beaten and tortured.

      The sexual control is often either coercive sex or deliberate sexual deprivation. Jim Jones did both. Forcing people to have sex against their will and forcing others to watch. Alternated with forced celibacy for long periods. The other way it’s used is via matchmaking by the leader alternating with breaking up relationships that might threaten his domination.

      It’s all about control

      This from cult scholar Lynne Hume, about David Koresh:

      He claimed exclusive sexual rights over the women in the community. Men were subjected to a celibate life, living in dormitories while Koresh took their wives and daughters as his concubines. HIs theological rationale for this was that he was Jesus Christ in sinful form who, because he indulged in the flesh could judge mankind with insights that the first, more virtuous Messiah had lacked. He also convinced his followers that because he was the Messiah his seed was divine, therefore only he had the right to procreate. Hume, Lynne. 1995. ‘A reappraisal of the term “cult” and consideration of danger markers in charismatic religious groups’, Colloquium. November, p.43.

      Double standards, yeah? Which is why we can’t underestimate these guys. Don’t ever think for a minute you’ll see remorse.