Not on the payroll – an Esoteric mysteryPosted: August 11, 2013
In February this year, Esoteric student and cult lawyer, Paula Fletcher of Universal Law solicitors, Mullumbimby, outed herself as a blog troll on the Universal Medicine Accountability site. The self-loving lawyer, thinking she’d signed in anonymously to defend one of the cult’s bent surgeons, answered Venus’s enquiry about how much money she’d made out of Universal Medicine cult damage with the famous line, ‘not on anyone’s payroll actually’. A couple of weeks ago we received a copyright infringement notice for using scanned images of Serge’s healing symbols sent to WordPress from, quelle surprise, Universal Law’s Paula Fletcher. In the following exploration of Esoteric my$tici$m we look at the supernatural sources of the cult’s wealth, and the enigmatic question of who is on the payroll on Planet $erge and who isn’t? And why not?
Paula not on the payroll Fletcher
Perhaps she wasn’t telling porky pies, perhaps Paula’s devotion to Serge Benhayon is truth-full and heartfelt from the very bottom of her bottom most chakra. She’s gone to a lot of effort to promote the Universal Medicine cult’s utmost integrity, writing on the propaganda blogs, and sending treatises to newspapers expressing indignant incomprehension of why journalists didn’t ask for more opinions from the cult’s compromised health professionals. She added an unconvincing attempt at feminism and a stab at amateur relationship counselling, regardless of her professional conflict of interest. She’s played at defending the abusive practice of Esoteric Breast Massage on the museum hoaxes site and she works at a law firm that recruits vulnerable family law clients fleeing abusive situations into an abusive cult.
Finally I found a lawyer who understood my position of love and integrity. The lawyer did express concern that I was making decisions from fear and did tell me what I could potentially get, but supported my decisions totally. Someone actually saw that I could make valid decisions! One day, while waiting in the office, I picked up a book written by Serge Benhayon and started to read. After a couple of pages I thought.. “what the heck is the Hierarchy?”.
These people ‘get me’
I have never been a ‘seeker’ and have always been a sceptic. So, initially I thought this Serge book was a bit ‘nutso’. AND yet, here I was exposed to two people (the lawyer and receptionist) who were students of Universal Medicine.
This was so significant because I had been told for so many years that I was ‘wrong’. That who I was, was not enough. My husband had even on numerous occasions criticised me for my integrity and for being able to love him. He’d say “f**k, I’m such a bastard to you and you can still respect and love me. You’re so sanctimonious”. But this lawyer and receptionist were saying things like “that’s great, I like that you’ve done that” or “you have such a lovely strong energy”. I felt seen.
As Venus said, ‘seen or targeted’?
Universal Law was responsible for closing down the Australian and UK URLs of the the original Accountability site on Google blogger. Then there’s the legal threats received by organizations who’ve corresponded with a certain HCCC complainant who stood up to pervey Uncle Serge. How did you get that name, Paula? Are you ready to defend Serge from prosecution for giving it out to the cult’s gutless bullies who won’t answer questions?
And now we have the copyright infringement notice sent to WordPress from the same Paula Fletcher of Universal Law solicitors Mullumbimby on letter head, citing the name of the same HCCC complainant. The notice is a bit of hilarity. The bits of crap Serge calls ‘healing symbols‘ are referred to as ‘original artwork’ and Paula provided WordPress with copies of the alleged artwork: the Esoteric duck with elephantiasis, and a few others that look like birdcrap splats or bear an uncanny resemblance to Chinese tangrams. We’re not sure what’s sillier, Paula’s implication that Serge is an ‘artist’, unless she’s referring to his exemplary scam artistry, her claim our criticism of his crap infringes copyright, or her prior assertion she’s not on the payroll.
Who knows? Perhaps Paula has no financial conflicts of interest and her recruiting and promotion to the cult that keeps her in work are entirely faith based, and she’s merely expressing her belief in Leonardo Da Benhayon the ex bankrupt and genital healer, by lending her considerable legal TALENTS pro bono.
But if she’s doing it pro bono, she’s even sillier than we thought. Particularly since Serge has been poncing around Byron shire in the weeks since he returned from the UK unsubtly flashing enormous amounts of cash, and looking for places to offload it. We’re not talking four or five figures either. Take an average salary and multiply it, many many times.
Who are we to interfere with anyone’s belief system if they want to work for nothing for a multi-millionaire con artist? The half starved cult leader in distress and underaged slumber party fund is a worthy cause after all, and a portion of cult members’ hard earned $$ go to the Fiery Building Fund, part of the not for profit, tax exempt Universal Medicine College, set up for ‘educational purposes’.
It’s tru-ly moving that so many Esoteric students have anonymously donated to UM with no need for a receipt, and when they have no cash left, they give their time working as galley slaves at cult events while their life savings for this and the next few reincarnations go into the Benhayon property portfolio.
In addition, the cult has set up a tithing arrangement with the faithful now sucked into monthly direct debits, as stated by Sound Foundation trustee, Sara Williams in her ‘Summary Information Return’ to the UK Charity Commission (SIR document publicly available from the UKCC site, charity number 1021566). The stated objective was to ‘Appeal for and accept donations to be held in trust for the purpose of the charity’, and Williams states this was achieved:
Established and informed supporters of a monthly direct debit system of donation, which continues to grow and provide an on going revenue for the Charity.
Apart from followers donating cash, the Lie Lie Lie Sisters do all their unmelodic bullying out of devotion to the increasingly wealthy ‘One’, and our spies insist Rebecca Baldwin isn’t remunerated for her noble efforts to shut down dissent and troublesome facts on the world wide web. She gets web services referrals, yeah, but that’s it, and her father Andy, whilst proof reading all submissions to the love blogs and rejecting the copious hate mail, gets nothing but a warm and soulful crack of the whip.
At the top of the pyramid is always comfort…
While the minions toil away to give all they have to the self-loving cult, Desiree Delaloye is business partner to a couple of Benhayons, Serge’s business partner Chris James is doing well out of his exclusive cult music deal, seeing all other music is poison, and who knows what kickbacks the Esoteric Practitioners Association hierarchy get? As EPA chairman, Neil Ringe says, each modality has an overseer. So who are they? Physiotherapist, Kate Greenaway; one of the cult psychologists and one or more of the underachieving Benhayon offspring? The EPA is taking substantial fees for a pretense of legitimacy and bugger all else, so that money’s going somewhere.
But more importantly, we know where all the money comes from. The pockets, the property settlements and the life savings of our readers, that’s where. And what do they get in return for it?
A fat dose of self-loving grief.