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Monopolizing sexual abuse outrage (and the story of the Esoteric kamikaze)

Matthew Cheyne 'Rumour'

Matthew Cheyne ‘Rumour’

The Universal Medicine cult has hung Kyla out to dry again, allowing her to put her name to a public airing of her very personal history. It’s yet another nasty example of UM placing loyalty to the organization before the welfare and privacy of individual students. Readers will recognize Kyla as the author of a vindictive ‘truth’ post targeting two Bangalow fathers who were not allowed recourse on UM sites, (but they were allowed to answer the charges on the free for all Universal Medicine Accountability). Yet, in spite of her tantrums and abuse denials, Kyla comes closer to honesty than any other UM apologist, telling us how the cult really feels about our campaign against their abusive practices. For that we should give her some credit.

She’s made plenty of information about her sex life publicly known on the Women in Livingness site, and now it’s her history of sexual abuse on the ‘truth’ about Sergio site. I’m not the only one who has serious concerns about her internet exposure, which leaves her susceptible to more abuse. Yet, the cult encourages her to do it and congratulates her for it, appointing her as UM’s kamikaze blogger; willing to express sentiments widespread among followers, but none have the spine to publicly express. UM’s faceless unisex ‘Brotherhood’ happily make use of her willingness to trash herself publicly for the cause.

Her expositions bring to mind Lifton’s criteria of the thought reform process, particularly where the group encourages a ‘cult of confession’, breaking down personal barriers and depriving members of privacy in ways that leave her vulnerable to exploitation. The thought reform process also places doctrine over person, subordinating the dignity of individuals to the profit of the group.

Sexual Assault, Sexual Abuse and Creeps… Statistics and My Story

May 5, 2013 by Kyla…Small Business Owner

Accusations of sexual assault are extremely serious and should never be taken lightly. The statistics that follow clearly show that sexual assault, sexual abuse and sexual violence are currently major issues in modern society.

The cult likes to portray itself as a having a monopoly on the opposition to sexual violence, bleating about it endlessly online and having HuffPost blogger and Serge devotee, Sarah Cloutier, invent the world’s first petition against sexual abuse and exploitation. Yet, in a display of dire hypocrisy, which demeans all victims of sexual abuse, those engaged in UM’s group hyperventilation refuse to acknowledge the sexually abusive practices they are condoning, participating in and encouraging their loved ones to undergo.

I’ve cut most parts of the post where Kyla tells of her experiences of abuse, but as sad as her public disclosures are, Kyla’s sacrificing of her own dignity doesn’t excuse her participation in abuse denial. At least here we won’t post her dirty laundry.

I do not and would not engage any practitioner, doctor, massage therapist, dentist or anybody else that is going to come in close contact to my body, who feels or acts creepy…

Referring to an assault by an osteopath:

Thinking back, even before these atrocious suggestions, the way he checked the alignment of my bones whilst I was in my underwear without a robe, was creepy enough to begin with – and unnecessary to my treatment.

Yes, I should have reported him, but like many victims of sexual abuse, I was humiliated, traumatised and felt stupid, like it was somehow my fault. I did have him blacklisted by his peers with the co-operation of the Professor who had originally recommended him, but I could have done more, and so should have that Professor. Due to my circumstances, at that time I could not face the ordeal of pressing charges; however, I did not keep it to myself and sought support of those close to me as well as relating the incident to the Professor. I would handle this differently with the strength and certainty that I now possess, and would never allow that to happen to me again: I could never be tricked in that way, belittled, made to feel inferior, prudish or immature, like I was made to feel if I did not allow the sexual advances of that man – actions he attempted to hide under the guise of Osteopathy.

I take great offence to anyone suggesting that I don’t know what sexual abuse is. Or that I am somehow too stupid or manipulated to know what sexual assault is – I KNOW, it has ACTUALLY happened to me. To suggest that 100’s, if not 1000’s of women who all have awareness about sexual abuse, and by the statistics shown above at least 1/3 may have personal experience of this abuse, are suddenly rendered unaware of what’s happening during their treatments at the Universal Medicine Clinic, is patently ridiculous and deeply offensive to these people who conduct themselves impeccably in their everyday lives.

The person or persons responsible for accusing Serge Benhayon or Universal Medicine of sexual misconduct clearly have had no experience with real abuse themselves, or they are very confused about what it means, or THEY HAVE AN AGENDA… but most likely, all of the above. The character and motives of these people require serious assessment and they should be held accountable.

Kyla is correct in saying we have an agenda. Our agenda is to stop the abuse, the lies and the pimping that draws innocent people into this collective sickness. I openly welcome serious assessment of my character and motives and I’m happy to be accountable for exposing UM’s disgusting exploitation and their culture of deceit. Contrary to the cult’s insular view, we have many readers who, in Kyla’s words, know what sexual assault is, and to which it actually happened. They, as I, recognize and understand the deception and manipulation predators use.

I am fully accountable to all the regulators, police, politicians, media organizations and other interested parties I’ve contacted about UM, as I am to our readers. If I’m found to make false accusations it’s within the law for the regulators to have me prosecuted, yet no one outside the cult has cast doubt on the evidence I’ve submitted. Nor am I confused about what abuse is, and the NSW Health Care Complaints Commissioner is currently preparing a response to questions I’ve asked about the Health Care Act and how it defines sexual misconduct and inappropriate touching in therapeutic settings. The response will be viewed by state and federal ministers and senators and other observers, and may form part of a lobby for legislative change. As the law stands a healthcare practitioner can sexually assault a patient and the onus is on the patient to prove they didn’t attend a healthcare service looking for sex.

Unfortunately, in a world rife with sexual abuse there are also those who attempt to ruin others’ lives and reputations by malicious accusations. They know that by doing so they will tarnish the reputation of the accused even if they can get no further with it than the initial complaint. It is a serious offence to wrongfully accuse someone of sexual assault or misconduct, and it is also a gross insult to the countless real victims of sexual abuse.

Funny I said something similar about Kyla in my response to her attack on a couple of critics of UM. Rest assured, it won’t be accusations that bring Benhayon down, but his own conduct.

That they attempt this smear by employing a social media site that is notorious for taking no responsibility for the sometimes dubious and outrageous content shared on various pages, is a definite indication that there is an agenda at play. To me these are not the actions of a genuinely abused person, but rather those of one on a mission. Furthermore, the image uploaded on this same site suggesting sexual interference with a client is laughable for its anatomic inaccuracy, betraying total ignorance of where ‘lady parts’ are located. (The image refers to ‘a young woman’ – how do they even know this?). Thousands of these treatments have been given, with no recorded complaints. EVER!  Excluding this one anonymous exception.

Thank you Kyla, for acknowledging the images are authentic, after the cult unsuccessfully tried to tell followers they are fake, and for letting us know Serge performs that technique, and that you’re all okay with his hand being where it is. Thanks also for letting us know you’re reading, although not reading quite well enough. You are correct in saying my description of the now mid forties woman in the photos as ‘young’ wasn’t quite right. Oh well. You’re also correct in saying our content is often dubious and outrageous, particularly the material we quote from Serge – with references.

Anyway, it’s time for the cult to get specific and answer our questions for once. So much outrage and so little probity. If this photo of Serge Benhayon with his hand on that woman’s genitals isn’t sexual interference, or  abuse, or sexual misconduct or inappropriate touching, what is it? Please explain.

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Sacred Esoteric Healing Workshop Advanced Level 2 Manual, p.71

Kyla wrote that she experienced sexual assault by a healthcare practitioner and that the prelude to the assault was indecent or inappropriate touching that was ‘unnecessary to my treatment’. Please anyone from UM, come and tell us how the ‘Deeper Femaleness’ technique is necessary to anyone’s treatment – particularly for cases of ‘rape recovery’? Or the techniques where Serge has his hands on 14 year old Natalie’s chest and bottom. The cult is about to discover a lot more of the manual images will be found on the internet.

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Universal Medicine’s ‘anatomical correctness’

As for the anatomic inaccuracy of what Kyla refers to as ‘Lady parts’, I’d like someone from UM to tell us exactly what part of the anatomy that is, if it’s not the vulva? Not Desiree though, who illustrates naked women as if she’s never seen one, or been one (illustration, right).

The health professionals should know anatomy, so let’s hear from Eunice, or Anne Malatt or Maxine Szramka or Kate Greenaway. They might also let us know exactly what kind of health practitioners treat recovery from sexual abuse by touching genitals, and where that is documented or permitted as an accepted practice.

My experiences with Serge Benhayon and practitioners of Universal Medicine are the dead opposite to these allegations.I have never felt any underlying sexual suggestiveness or behavior from him and/or them. NEVER.

Apart from touching genitals and calling it a healing for sexual abuse or dysfunction, as the text states. That’s not sexually intrusive? The ovarian reading I copped certainly was, with Serge making creepy suppositions about my experiences with men from age five.

I was and continue to be always treated with respect as a woman. I have never been touched inappropriately. I always consented to the treatment I received from the Universal Medicine Clinic and these treatments were administered professionally, with client care of the highest standard.

Where she disclosed personal details about your sexual experiences to people who have no qualifications to assess or treat them, and therefore no right to ask about them or know them.

In short, Serge Benhayon does not possess an ounce of the abusive energy that was described previously.

But neither Kyla nor any of the cult members commenting on that post deny that Serge touched their genitals. Because it’s no longer inappropriate when ‘the One’ does it. Only when it’s done by someone outside UM. Just as none of them have accused me of lying about the ovarian reading.

So it seems to me utterly ridiculous to accuse this man of creeping… it is simply disgraceful. There are plenty of lovely and genuine men in this world who don’t find the need to objectify women, and just because some (men and women) behave this way does not mean that it needs to be normalised in any way, shape or form. As a woman, it is a true relief to be around non-creepy men – I prefer to call them real men – as I believe this is our true nature and that creepiness (amongst many other unsavoury behaviors) is a product of a civilisation that is clearly out of control.

Here we go again. The cult line that the only men on earth who aren’t sexual predators are in the cult, and the only place women are free from sexually predatory behaviour is in the cult, and the cult has the monopoly on ‘healing’ people who’ve experienced sexual abuse. So much so, that cult members have been able to move on from these damaging experiences and no longer need to rabbit on incessantly about their victimhood or tell the whole internet about it, and they never need to touch each other’s breasts or genitals repeatedly to ‘clear’ the energy left from sexual abuse.

I know plenty of men and women who are inspired by the way in which Serge Benhayon conducts himself professionally, personally, within the community and notably, the way he treats women with the utmost respect, equality and care. In my opinion and experience, Serge Benhayon is the epitome of a true Gentleman: what a terrible shame that a man of this quality would be accused of the very thing he is clearly not.

A lot more men and women are appalled by UM’s practices than Kyla can imagine. No one I’ve spoken to or showed those images to think they are acceptable, including the International Women’s Day organization who deregistered UM events when they received them. The journalist who currently has the workshop manuals describes the practices as ‘out of control’.

But hell, if the cult wants to make a complaint about me or call me to account for my accusations, I’ll supply a list of people they can contact. They can send the Deeper  Femaleness images if they like, but the addressees already have them. They could contact the NSW Health Care Complaints Commissioner, Kieran Pehm, the state and federal health ministers and attorney generals, Skinner, Plibersek, Smith and Dreyfus, the NSW minister for Family and Community Services and Women, Pru Goward, the federal minister for Women, Julie Collins, all the state and federal members in the Lismore, Byron Bay area, Lismore police and any media organization. In their complaint they should tell them when Serge offers healings for sexual abuse and sexual dysfunction his hand goes nowhere near women’s ‘Lady-parts’ as the image so clearly confirms, and that thousands of these treatments have been given with no complaints because he’s a true Gentleman of such integrity his students allow their adolescent daughters to stay in his home, unaccompanied. They can also tell the above addressees how much the Deeper Femaleness technique helped their symptoms and helped them recover from sexual abuse, and they now understand how much men have imposed on them and given them gynecological and breast disorders, including cancer, and how having breast massages regularly for years has cleared away all the negative energy. They can also tell the addressees that eminent role model, Sergio Benhayon, has taught them what ‘real men’ are.

A few more questions for the cult:

Why is Kyla the only one willing to put her name on the line making specific defences of Serge’s misconduct? Why didn’t Rebecca Baldwin put her name on the post too, seeing she co-wrote it? I’d like to see Rachel Hall, Eunice Minford, Sarah Davis, Dr Jane Barker or any other haute apologiste tell us it’s okay for a self styled healer to stick his hands on women’s genitals in his treatment room for any reason. If you lot are going to use your professional positions to spruik for him, answer the questions. Or perhaps you prefer lower rung cultists to martyr themselves for the cause.

Also, lets say we take Sergio out of the above image, and replace him with someone else to perform ‘Deeper Femaleness’: Brendan Mooney or Neil Ringe, Steffen Messerschmidt, Michael Benhayon, Dr Howard Chilton, Dr Samuel Kim…Will the Brides of Serge line up for that? Does AHPRA and the Medical Council regard it as appropriate conduct if the doctors do it – never mind that their specialities are paediatrics and cardiothoracic respectively? Now lets take the middle aged woman off the table and replace her with Natalie or Miranda Benhayon. Hold that picture a moment.

Now lets reverse the roles in any combination you like. They’re all practitioners of the utmost integrity after all and consenting adults.

Serge wouldn’t object, would he? He’d have no reason to. He’d be thrilled by all the Esoteric ‘healing’.

He trained them all in Esoteric integrity and taught the technique after all.

ADDENDUM: Seems Rebecca Baldwin went into damage control and weighed in amongst the comments on her poor sister’s post with a bit of obfuscation.

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32 Comments on “Monopolizing sexual abuse outrage (and the story of the Esoteric kamikaze)”

  1. Darkly Venus says:

    Imagine the shit storm the cult would kick up if the Deeper Femaleness images showed Sai Baba with his hands on a woman’s crotch. Or Eckhardt Tolle.

    • RJM says:

      Indeed. Or if it were anyone outside of UM for that matter. Serge’s transgressions are accepted and embraced simply because it is Serge committing them. His followers believe him to be infallible, so no matter how inappropriate the conduct or bizarre the claim, they are incapable of questioning him because they are operating from the assumption that he is love personified, an ascended master of utmost integrity sent from another dimension to serve humanity. Still, it would be remiss to suggest that they’re brainwashed or under the influence of a potentially dangerous cult leader. They’re just making self-loving choices.

  2. Feline Aphrodite says:

    Dear Venus, I am still lost for words, as I have been since first seeing Kyla’s story.

    I hope $erge$ followers read the article witten above as it exposes what the truth really is and really and truly it is so obvious.

    It is my sincerest hope that it will help at least some involved with UM to reclaim their lives.

    As you so accurately stated:”Our agenda is to stop the abuse, the lies and the pimping that draws innocent people into this collective sickness.”

    “A lot more men and women are appalled by UM’s practices than Kyla can imagine. No one I’ve spoken to or showed those images to think they are acceptable.”

    Venus all that I have spoken with or who have seen those images are disgusted.
    It is long overdue that the Cult answered questions.
    Before TV cameras would be a good idea.

  3. Anonymous Bloke says:

    Basically Kyla is doing the exact thing that many people do when this sort of thing is reported. They deny it because they can’t imagine it or haven’t experienced it, or don’t recognize it.
    In doing so, she is perpetuating the abuse.

    When I was very young I was sexually abused. I didn’t understand it, or know how to express it, but when I finally did I was told I was being ‘rude’ and that it was a ‘terrible accusation to make against such a good young man’- I’m putting this out there because I know the barriers of denial that go around it. For years the family wouldn’t contemplate the idea that this could have happened. I had to avoid the perpetrator. Then years later he was caught doing the same thing with his new wife’s young son which had been going on since he was 14 until he was 30 and who he kept under his sway through manipulation, guilt and a story about how special the relationship was! Go figure. So I had the abuse, then the compounded abuse of everyone telling me I was a liar. Imagine if they have taken it as the truth right at the start? would have saved this young guy a lot of suffering, and as it turns out, a few other people along the way. Seems familiar right? Oh, and no one said a word to me by the way. Ever. No apology, no nothing.

    It is disgusting for Kyla to accuse Venus, and others that remain silent, of an agenda when they say they have been abused. The degree of abuse doesn’t matter. If touching someone’s private parts and digging around in their sexual history traumatizes someone, it is sexual abuse and there is a law against it. For Kyla to dismiss it because she ‘doesn’t feel a creepy feeling’ is irrelevant, disrespectful and downright stupid. Again, it is all based on how she ‘feels’ relative to some other experience. No facts, no thought, no consideration. Ridiculous. The right thing to do is to ask what happened, why and address it. No one has done that with Venus (or others I am aware of but haven’t put their hands up out of shame)

    Moreover, I know (somehow 😉 ) her sister was offered proof of things being amiss. As have other people. No one has yet taken up this offer that I am aware of. But it doesn’t take a genius to put two and two together without speaking to anyone else that has made contact since the media broke. All you need to do is look at what is right before your very eyes. It is very obvious that at least one relationship has had a CREEPY origin. Even in the best version of that, there is something very amiss. But it is NOT the best version. Plain and simple.

    I know it is hard to imagine, and that is why these things happen. What is required is an honest appraisal of what is being said, not ignorance based denials based on ‘feelings’ and ‘ the opinions of others’- I know all too well that in these situations (and many others) the opinion of many is usually the wrong one. In fact, when many have an opinion it is almost impossible for someone to have a different one. I present myself and the vilification I have received (again) for speaking up and pointing out the truth. And no one can tell me it is otherwise because unlike you dunderheads, I have taken the time to check things out and speak to those that have something other to say that what you want to hear, think and believe.

    Ring… Ring….that’s reality calling. Pick up. Please.

    • Darkly Venus says:

      I’m so sorry to read what happened to you. I’ve seen several cases of things like this happening to women I know. They spoke up and were vilified for it. In some cases it wasn’t that they were doubted, it was that they uncovered the dirty secret, and to speak the truth was considered a worse crime than the abuse.

      It’s so damaging, and the UM cult does it EN MASSE.

      Interesting too, Kyla said ‘Thousands of these treatments have been given, with no recorded complaints. EVER! Excluding this one anonymous exception.’

      No ‘recorded’ complaints. So that makes it all ok. Anyone with any sense realizes they’ve been abused and the cult does such a good job of humiliating and intimidating them, they refrain from making a complaint. The cult is only concerned with people who will complain, and then they try and bully us off the internet and throw around defamation threats. For the rest, it’s molest, rip off and mind fuck as usual.

      And I’m not anonymous. My name is on the complaints and Sergio knows it.

    • Darkly Venus says:

      I should add here, it’s problem enough that women are afraid to come forward with complaints about sexual abuse, but stats show men are even less likely. Often they never tell anyone.

      This lot are perpetuating that culture.

  4. Rebecca Baldwin belatedly commented on her sister’s post, but with nothing new. They still don’t deny he touched their genitals.

    As RJM says, it’s okay for Sergio to stick his grubby mitts on their genitals because he’s GOD and he does it with Esoteric LOVE.

    Don’t you hate bloggers know anything? IT’S A BLESSING!

    I’ve added a screenshot to the bottom of Venus’s post including my reply, which no doubt will be held in moderation until Sirius freezes over, unless of course it’s already been sent to Arcturus.

    With all those cash donations.

  5. Darkly Venus says:

    I heard from someone today who filled me in a little more about Esoteric ‘love’ and how much the cult emotionlessly ‘cares’ for victims of sexual abuse. Our correspondent had vocally expressed misgivings about Sergio and UM to their cult struck partner and among the local community. Cult struck partner proceeded to tell Sergio and any cult member within earshot, and you can imagine how many are hanging off Serge at any given minute, that the critic had been sexually abused as a child and their criticisms were invalid because they were only projecting their anger on to Serge.

    In case anyone thought the cult won’t use people’s traumatic histories against them.

    Needless to say, our correspondent felt horrifically betrayed, and still can’t believe their formerly loving partner would (a) violate their privacy and (b) turn on them so maliciously. For those and a bunch more reasons to do with UM’s damaging influence, that relationship is over, and no one feels good about it, except for the cult members.

    Self-loving choices…

    Looking again at Kyla’s situation. We know from Sergio’s bullshit teachings that he would have told her she’s been sexually abused because she was a rapist in her past lives, and what she copped was ‘balancing karma’. And I guarantee if Kyla decides she wants out, all of her revelations will be thrown back at her in a tsunami of victim blaming and all kinds of prophecies about how she’s destined for more abuse because she’s too PRANIC! 😮

    And none of the hypocrites will realize what they’re doing is in itself abuse.

  6. Feline Aphrodite says:

    Please will somebody kindly tell me fill me in on what is written on the piece of paper/certificate (I Presume that Umer’s receive a certificate) that states Umer’s are Accredited to be Practitioners by the EPA?

    And please

    WHO accredited the EPA? (Other than $B – I mean which Government body)

    And please

    Are the EPA themselves registered with the Board as a Training Organisation to be able to bestow such certificates on Umer’s?

    And please

    I believe that Umer’s pay $ & $ &$ & $ for these Certificates – true???

    And please

    What is involved in Umer’s yearly review by the EPA?

  7. Feline Aphrodite says:

    When Umer’s have gone for Chakra Puncture – did your Practitioner use NEW needles each time?

    Have you noticed if there is a ‘Sharps’ disposal unit there?

    Or does the Chakra Practitioner use needles from and return them to the same dish???

  8. Feline Aphrodite says:

    Feline also wants to know WHAT is written (that is if it written) in the so called EPA code of Ethics?

    • Good point, Feline. And if chakra-bullshit-puncturists re-use needles they can give you hepatitis, and if they do, you can report them to the HCCC as in breach of hygiene requirements.

      It amazes me that the least qualifed people target the sickest patients. Chakra-ripoffsters flog chemo-wash for people going through chemo therapy. If the patients feel sicker after the Esoteric treatment, the airhead practitioners don’t realize it’s because they’re meddling with people in a very weakened state – and charging good money for it.

      As for EPA nutjobbery, I imagine they’re registered with the same body that verified the existence of the Loch Ness monster. Apparently cult lawyer and Esoteric Breast Massagist, Serryn O’Regan, secured the EPA’s registration, right after she was abducted by Arcturans, because the EPA is not a registered training organization on this planet.

      Their Code of Ethics requires unquestioning devotion to Sergio the crotch grabber, self-loving choices, gentle breaths, utmost integrity, transcendence of personal decency, unrivalled parasitism and cash.

  9. Feline Aphrodite says:

    I am so interested in the Chakra Needles, because I NEVER saw a Sharps bin the needles were always returned to the dish that they came from????

    • Darkly Venus says:

      That’s a concern. You should really sight them unwrapping new needles from sterile packaging at the beginning of each treatment.

      This is why people shouldn’t go to these numbskulls.

      They’re not regulated, and the EPA is a scam – an accountability charade. What would the EPA do if a patient copped a dose of Hep B? How would they discipline the ‘accredited’ healer. A course of gentle-breaths? Or a rant from Serge about how they’ve dropped on the initiation scale.

      I’ve heard numerous stories of people feeling like crap after chakrapuncture. Having their bodies needled by people with woefully inadequate training, compounded by a sanctimonious lecture on how they deserve to have cancer, or that they’re infertile because were an arsehole/abuser/rapist in their past lives. Neil sell out Ringe is the worst offender.

      Don’t cop it.

      Sadly no one is policing hygiene requirements, so you have to cop the hepatitis. Very unlikely with a registered acupuncturist because they’re regulated by AHPRA and the professional associations to the eyeballs. If a patient complained of a rogue one, AHPRA would be compelled to discipline them.

      In NSW you could complain to the NSW HCCC about chakrapuncturists. In the rest of Australia, bad luck, no consumer protection.

    • You know whos Brother says:

      They do have sharps bins. Perhaps some of them place them in a tray and throw them out later which you may have confused with the same tray. I think you will find that part of the act of “integrity” is behaving like it is all super professional.

      But it is very concerning that about 1000 people have been trained in needling people by Serge who has no qualifications, in partnership with Michael, who does have an acupuncture qualification but only recently, while implying that they will be ‘accredited’ which I would think would leave them to believe they can use this on the general public.

      Very shrewdly Serge had them needling each other and family while they were training. Perhaps he was waiting to get his accreditation through. His EPA is not a registered training organisation so he can’t offer any proper accreditation and these people should not practice on the general public. However having said that, we know some have (and since stopped?) and APHRA seem disinterested because they changed the name (a bit like me setting up as a ‘loctor’- they literally wouldn’t care until someone complained, or died and complained. Sidenote- Michael was offering health care rebated till June 2012 as an acupuncturist, then when they needed to register with APHRA, he didn’t do so along with Neil Ringe and most others- because they think they are beyond answerability (a la Serge) and because it keeps them out of the system I think)

      In some EDG notes Serge talks about how they don’t want to be bound by the rules of existing bodies and how the “world beating” EPA will do it’s own accreditation. God knows how. Basically they just dreamed up a course, sold it to their students with the promise of “accreditation” and then never put up the EPA site because i think it was belatedly realized it cant be done…and that’s that. ONE MILLION DOLLARS later! ( you have to imagine Serge stroking a bald cat and sticking his pinky in the corner of his mouth. The maniacal laughter is not hard to imagine)

      In my views, UM sold that course deceptively and misled people as to what they would be able to do with it. I guess none of the students will complain though because Serge is the master and he will have a reason. But the ACCC and ASQA may take a different view.

  10. Feline Aphrodite says:

    Aren’t all EPA healers required to have insurance? That’s what the UM site says.

    • Darkly Venus says:

      Sure, but you can get insurance for blowing your nose. If you rang an insurer and asked them to insure you for pulling someone’s leg, they’d sell you something.

      Even a reiki practitioner can get professional indemnity and public liability insurance. I hope the Esoteric ‘healers’ realize they’re not covered for inappropriate touching or indecent assault.

  11. Stats time!! Kyla’s post laying into Lance and another Bangalow man about six months ago got fifty something Esoteric high fiving comments and over seventy facebook likes.

    The latest Esoteric triumph? 14 comments, 30ish FB likes, and 36 blog likes (38 counting me and Venus) That’s the best they could do in defence of the MESSIAH.

    Even cult members are baulking at that rubbish.

    Seems the arse is dropping out of Serge’s bottom line, so perhaps Curtis will have to return the Porsche. Reports in from the UK, he’s poncing around Frome in one.

    Nice huh? An Esoteric Uterus Massager (not masseur as that implies skill) in a Porsche.

  12. pranabunny says:

    The chakra puncture needles are being re-used as far as I know. Basically how it works is that each “client” has their own set of needles and they are being used during the sessions. My friend conducts chakra puncture in her living room and I frequently find needles (Usually by stepping on them) on the carpeted floor. When I brought up the hepatitis risk, my friend said that there is no risk because the needles never penetrate the skin that deeply, which is why all the budding esoteric chakra puncturists are told in the seminars that re using needles is perfectly fine.
    What worries me is that all these hapless people are told that what they are doing is safe and of benefit to their clients. But what if they are infecting someone with hepatitis (or worse)?? UM and Sergio would distance themselves and hide behind their eternal mantra that “we never tell people what to do, they feel what’s right for themselves” and the hapless esoteric pseudo healer would be royally f*cked. So much for love, joy and yummy happiness.

    • No risk!!??

      Hepatitis is one of the most highly transmissable disesases there is. Massively infectious.

      MORONS!!

    • Feline Aphrodite says:

      My needles came out of a steel dish and were put back in it when finished. No lid no container with my name.

      One should not even have to think about this, UMer’s are suppose to be full of truth and integrity aren’t they????? HUH! One should safely be able to presume that needles and instruments are either new or sterilised. You presume this when you use Conventional Medicine.

      HELLO new needles each time goes without saying surely! Elementary stuff. Commonsense.
      Decency. Integrity.

      No there definitely wasn’t any different needles set aside for each patient.

      A new patient every half an hour. OMG!

      A couple of times my needles drew blood. I am sure I would not be an exception. How scary!!!!!

    • Darkly Venus says:

      This is truly infuriating!

      These numbskulls would be automatically disqualified from an authentic professional body for reusing needles and if they were acupuncturists they would not meet registration requirements under Australian law.

      A write up of chakrapuncture has been planned for a while, but it will also be part of a concerted push to regulators and public representatives to have this dangerous practice banned.

      I knew they couldn’t teach sterile procedure in the 2 day intro course, but even I’m shocked they’re encouraging reuse of needles.

      I suppose they believe self loving choices will protect them from infectious diseases.

      I blame Neil Ringe and Michael Benhayon.

      And the endorsement of this public health travesty by cult doctors: Dr Maxine Szramka, Dr Samuel Kim, Dr Howard Chilton, Dr Anne Malatt & Dr Eunice Minford. These entitled arseholes believe themselves so Esoterically special they’re above sterile procedure.

      • pranabunny says:

        Not sure if re-using needles is actively encouraged or if they just omit teaching the basics of sterile procedure. But even if it is the latter, the fact remains that many of the chakrapuncturists seem to see nothing wrong with reusing needles, not washing their hands before and after each client (aka family member), not using sharps bins etc
        I am still thinking of a way to report this to the governing body without completely alienating my brainwashed friend. Although I must admit that I’m running out of patience with these morons and might just make an official complaint irregardless of whether I hurt someone’s FEELINGS.

      • Darkly Venus says:

        Omitting sterile procedure is unthinkable and there’s no excuse, particularly when there are trained acupuncturists, some of whom are registered, in the group. Pompous bastards.

        It’s less strictly taught to 3rd world acupuncturists, but the third world also has higher rates of Hepatitis B & C.

        I appreciate your dilemma, but on the other hand, your well meaning friend is taking money from sick people for an ineffective, unproven and unsafe treatment.

        As a warning shot, consider printing out some of the comments here and I dunno, bunging them in her letter box. Like I plan to do to Eunice very soon with the images of Sergio grabbing at ‘lady parts’ so she might wake the fuck up. Headed for your Inbox Eunice – regarde!

  13. Feline Aphrodite says:

    Thank you so much Professor Dwyer for dismantling the Esoteric Breast Massage in the article in the Australian Science Magazine.

    There is a lot of Pranic (according to the UM meaning of this word) going on over at UM HQ’s
    in support of Kyla’s comment.

    It is so sad that they do not see that the ONLY AGENDA any of us here have is that this bogus treatment and those promoting it (ie: $B/UM) and the fleecing by $B & UM of people’s precious relationships and their hard earned dollars – must be stopped.

    If they really mean what they say why do they not allow comments from any of us on their site?

    Why have they not accepted Darkly Venus’ repeated invites to answer our questions?
    It is a blind faith that they have.

    • Yes, go the Prof!! Makes a joke of UM’s claims that they work with conventional medicine. Conventional medicine and anyone with their head screwed on recognizes UM as a toxic sham.

      As for Kyla’s post filling up with her own comments LOL!! They weren’t there at 10pm last night, and it’s 8 am, so Rebecca was probably up into entity hour adding them in, and diddling with the time signatures. Or are they in the UK?

      It’s like Esoteric puppetry. We take a chip at them, and the reaction is like clockwork.

      Next it’ll be some attack on Professor Dwyer. But I don’t think the cult realizes how well respected he is, with some powerful backers.

      Someone wrote in and expressed surprise at Kyla’s writing skill, lol. Kyla might have been in the room, maybe, but everything on those sites is heavily proofed or shall we say Rebecca-ed, if not written by her and probably Sarah Davis and a couple more Esoteric sPeLLiNg nazis. The voices are all the same.

  14. Feline Aphrodite says:

    Can anyone please inform all of us here, as to what the “AGENDA” is that we apparently have that makes all of those over at UM central go on and on about?

    Umer’s we love $ergites talk so cryptically. Nonsensically, lacking in any substance.
    Always supporting their Cult leader $erge but only with stereotype, copycat phrases and clone like comments. With NO answers to any questions that they have been asked repeatedly.

    Definitely a Cult. I guess they have been taught their eternal life on Sirius or wherever
    is dependant on their blind loyalty to their ‘One and only leader $erge.’

    Victims who are abused in anyway not just sexual will often have blind undying loyalty to their
    perpetrator. History proves this.

    Answer our questions all of you at UM central, but you can’t. If your faith and belief is rock solid
    and not blind it should be able to withstand questioning.

    I do hope that $erge will be as loyal to all of these $ergites and not do a runner when the
    Regulatory Authorities – call a spade a spade.

  15. Feline Aphrodite says:

    If any or all at UM central and their teachings were of any substance they would answer questions.

    • Go Feline!

      Yes, if they’re going to accuse Venus of having an agenda, they could at least say what it is.

      They won’t answer the questions because Sergioso has taught them to feel for the ‘truth’ after programming them with what the ‘truth’ is. i.e. any old bullshit he wants to tell them punctuated with the words ‘love, self love, nurturing, divine, soul’. eg. ‘Why would you accuse me of feeling you up/ripping you off/destroying your family life when I’m impressing you with the divine self nurturing love of god’ etc.

      Vile little creep.

  16. pranabunny says:

    On another note: has anyone had a look at the WIL blog today? Lovely account of someone’s (probably Sara Williams herself) menstrual history. Yummy!

  17. Feline Aphrodite says:

    Have they no Modesty or Privacy over there at WIL Blog. In poor taste and so unladylike
    and indiscreet.
    Much better reading in the Australasian Science Magazine. Professor Dwyers article &
    in the Northern Star regarding the new health bill giving HCCC’s new powers.

  18. Kyla’s post has a few more comments on it – mostly repeats from the women who already commented and a couple more hard core apologists throwing in an Esoteric 2c (worthless).

    The gist of their support for Kyla is to complain about how they’ve been inappropriately touched by other practitioners, therefore the allegations against Serge are untrue.

    None of them acknowledge the photographic evidence of him with his hand on a woman’s vulva and none deny that he touched their genitals. To do that, they’d have to start lying to each other. He touched most, if not all of them the same way and worse.

    If any other practitioner touched their genitals it would be creepy and inappropriate, when Serge does it, they consider themselves blessed.