FACTS about Universal Medicine: A Dangerous Cult? – We Think SO! But we’re not making a profit from this messPosted: September 20, 2013
If I was a cynic I’d think a recent post from the LOL ‘TRUTH about Universal Medicine’ propaganda site was an attempt to divert page views from the FACTS…Which the Universal Medicine cult would never do because they are gentle and loving and renowned for their Esoteric integrity. And Serge Benhayon was never bankrupt, the eruption of Mt Vesuvius was caused by pornography, and a horse, elephant, eagle and cat will evolve into a dog, dolphin or whale…
September 9, 2013
You WOULD think NOT! seeing you’re making money out of Universal Medicine – flogging crap ‘designed’ by Serge Benhayon the bullshitter. How many of those have you sold?
The author has written a Universal Medicine infomercial, where she tells us she knows what a cult is because she grew up in one, where there was a lot of ‘questionable behaviour’, including sexual abuse.
There has been a complete denial of the true facts as people accuse Universal Medicine of being a dangerous cult with founder Serge Benhayon as the cult leader, for I truly know what a dangerous cult looks like and is, having experienced it firsthand! Labelling something as such is not an accusation to make lightly as the way a real cult impacts people’s lives is very destructive and emotionally crippling.
So are those Esoteric ‘true facts’, or evidence based facts? Several of us have been providing evidence for a year that Universal Medicine is impacting people’s lives in destructive and crippling ways – financially, psychologically, sexually, spiritually and physically. We don’t take abuse or exploitation lightly and we’ve put our names to official complaints to have Universal Medicine bought to account. UM has been shown time and time again to fit all definitions of a harmful cult – on this site in answer to shameless cult psychologist, Brendan Mooney, as well as on our sister sites.
While we’re sorry to hear of the author’s unfortunate upbringing, there’s no excuse for ignoring ample evidence of harm and luring the vulnerable into a cult which she is benefiting from financially.
She doesn’t mention her mother, is also financially benefiting from Universal Medicine as its ‘International Esoteric Breast Massage Trainer’, and that she has no formal qualifications but makes her living training cult recruiters in a form of treatment room abuse that specializes in inappropriate touching, man hating indoctrination, denigration of the female body and instilling dependency.
We imagine Mum kept her kids in the previous cult, in spite of the abuses, because she wasn’t cognisant of the harm. Perhaps if she’d had access to facts, or taken heed of them, or not been brainwashed she would have gotten them out, and saved the whole family a heap of grief.
Nor does she mention she’s Rebecca Baldwin’s cousin. Rebecca is also benefiting financially from UM, while their extended families have thrown hundreds of thousands of dollars into their investment in an Esoteric reincarnation and the Benhayon collection of luxury cars.
The author puts forward some Esoteric ‘true facts’, coincidentally written with the same bland literary cadence of every Baldwin or other cult member that writes on the blogs:
At no point in all the years I have attended sessions and workshops with Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine practitioners, have I or anyone I know, ever been touched in a sexual way, encouraged to touch another or felt abused in any way, shape or form.
Except we have photographic evidence of Serge doing just that, encouraging cult members, in an Esoteric healing workshop manual, to touch the genitals of sexual abuse survivors. The author and the other deniers don’t ‘feel’ it to be sexual or abuse, because Serge told them it wasn’t.
The Brides of Serge don’t have a problem with Serge’s history with Miranda, either, beginning when she was 13. Miranda is now around the same age ex wife Deborah was when he met Miranda. Around the same age Deborah was when he told her she was ‘keeping him from his light’. So when Miranda gets dumped for keeping Serge from the light of his next acquisition, will the Lie Lie Lie brides dump her too, or bully her into submission and drive her into the Esoteric convent with the rest of the Eso-nuns? Or will Serge award her a consolation prize and find her an Esoteric ‘real man’?
But I digress. The author goes on to claim Universal Medicine can’t be a cult because Serge doesn’t hold prolonged lectures for 24 hours straight, and why would he when he can use books, podcasts and emails and other electronic media to achieve the same level of brainwashing? It’s much less labour intensive for him.
She says there’s no requirement for followers to make donations, and the cult, in appealing for donations at every public event and online to the Fiery Property Improvement Fund, makes sure people only donate if they can afford it. The cult generously offers sponsorship, so the truly dependent can deepen their sense of obligation and pay later, and there’s always the option to work for nothing as a galley slave or doing some other menial monkey work for the multi-millionaires.
She says UM can’t be a cult because Serge isn’t pushing members into altered states with recreational drugs. Again, that’s not necessary when he can get the same effect from gentle breath trance induction and the exorcism road show. That way the money cult members don’t spend on drugs goes on it’s shitty products instead.
She says cults have terrible diets, but Serge ‘encourages clean eating in accordance to one’s choices‘ after telling them PRANIC 😮 foods cause natural disasters, lovelessness, cancer and adverse reincarnations. She also says cult members are quite crazy, but UM devotees are really quite amazing, LOL, as we’ll see soon in Lee Green’s man-struation cycle and Christoph Schnell’s SCIENCE.
My mother would move us around wherever the cult went. Dad had no say in this, his wishes were disregarded because he was not amongst the cult…
The author is either oblivious to our many, many readers who are given no say on a range of issues, from household finances, to parenting, to being able to make a comment or ask questions on the cult blogs because they haven’t paid up and surrendered to the Livingness – or she doesn’t give a shit.
And then we have the familiar spiel that the author, like many UMers, was a drug addict, and her life was worthless before UM. Yet, plenty of people get sober and stay sober, and do regular exercise and have successful businesses without joining a cult.
I started exercising and I set up a now booming business…
Selling overpriced cult ‘merchandise’ to covertly manipulated cult members, while most of us earn an honest living.
“Universal Medicine – a dangerous cult”… I think not! Quite the opposite in fact – my life has improved DRAMATICALLY in every possible way and I am answerable to no one but myself.”
In other words, Universal Medicine can’t be a cult because it’s more streamlined in its conversion and brainwashing process and more commercially successful than the author and her Mum’s last misadventure. They’re making much better money out of this one, and the licence to self-love means they’re answerable to no one but themselves. Victims can fuck off. But not until they’ve bought the souvenirs and paid to have their breasts and braincells rearranged.