Cult Marketing: Esoteric Women’s Health Presents a short film about nothingPosted: September 29, 2013 | |
From Esoteric Women’s Health, an infomercial without the info. Truly Deeply Beautiful – A True Celebration of Cult Women stars the Universal Medicine cult’s top female ROLE MODELS – the Lie Lie Lie Baldwin sisters & Ms Transparency 2012, Sarah Davis, and a few other Women in Lyingness speaking the same stilted jargon. Nope, there’s no mention of Natalie Pty Ltd Benhayon’s grimy modalities: Esoteric Breast, Uterus & Ovary Massage, and their obligatory privacy invasions, inappropriate touching, sexism, amateur rape counselling, unsolicited relationship toxification and over servicing. And while the stars of the show are determined to exhibit their nasty personal habits, no one discloses their financial connection to Universal Medicine, let alone what Esoteric Uterus Massage with the unremarkable and unqualified Curtis Benhayon entails. My erudite review after the jump, including a special message to Real Media Real Change proprietor, Sarah Davis, and token yes artist doctor, Anne Malatt.
The thing is tarted up to look like a wimmin friendly Dove commercial, complete with cult bling, but nup, none of the the Lie Lie Lie by omission sistas mention in their graphic confessions they’re plugging the Benhayon pyramid scheme of abuse. Dr Malatt doesn’t mention she’s profiting from Serge’s teachings that tattoos carry the evil energy of the tattooist, and Elizabeth Dolan doesn’t mention she makes money out of Esoteric Breast Massage and telling women they deserve to be raped. In fact, the film appears to be selling nothing but a lot of personal disclosure that makes the film’s subjects look brainless, and makes their non disclosures look calculated and mercenary. But I don’t know why I’d expect anything different from the SergeProp brains trust. Anyone who’s had the displeasure of reading the gynaecological exhibitionism of the Women in Livingness blog will recognize the self absorbed platitudes: me me me me me me, me me me me, me me me me, beauty-full me me me me me me, magical me me me me me me, more of me me me me me me me me me me me me me… (fuck you).
The film’s plot is the standard Universal Medicine narrative. OUR LIVES WERE WORTHLESS BEFORE WE STARTED SELLING FOR BENHAYON – we took drugs, we had sex, we worked and studied hard, we achieved recognition and reward, there was pressure to look good, we got drunk, went to rehab, became mothers and thought we should put our children first, so our first world middle class lives of unsurpassed privilege were NOT HAPPY ON THE INSIDE and OUT OF CONTROL but LIFE TURNED AROUND when we chose to be told how to eat, sleep, exercise, raise children, and connect with our breasts and ovaries by a multi-millionaire ex bankrupt dunny epiphanist with a thing for underaged pajama parties, genital healing and upgrading his property portfolio.
We could have done what other women do and gotten a grip, but now we feel good about putting on love-ly cream and oils and taking baths and it’s great to be in a woman’s body, and if the film was a bit longer, we’d tell you more about Esoteric Women’s Health and how women are lovely and gentle and shouldn’t lift heavy things, and the female body is a cancer trap because we’ve been objectified by men, and we were rapists in past lives and tried to please our Dads and allowed ourselves to run on male energy, and we can pass cancer causing energy to our babies through breast milk, and besides, caring for children interferes with our self-loving choices and tampons are energetically the same as having a dirty bastard man’s penis inside you.
Esoteric Women’s Health. Truly, Deeply, Beauty-full.
Welcome to our cult. Our guru couldn’t be bothered appearing. He’s busy having a laugh while his dogsbody counts the money.
Sexual abuse denier, Rebecca Baldwin declares herself a ‘powerful’ role model committed to making Benhayon propaganda videos selling young women the diseased Universal Medicine version of ‘what’s really going on,’ without REACTING and GETTING UPSET about how things are ‘so bad now’. Must have been while she was taking a break from trying to close the internet, denying sexual abuse, calling me a bully, a criminal and a troll and trying to shut down our blogs.
Opthalmologist, Dr Anne Malatt, fills patients with confidence in the medical profession by saying that she only stayed sober enough through her medical degree to pass her exams, and that doctors ‘work hard and party hard’. That explains her resolute inability to distinguish science from pseudoscience, but one wonders what the medical board and the AMA will make of her ease in bringing the reputation of the profession into disrepute, and the fact she’s breaching advertising restrictions for medical professionals by providing testimonial for an abusive set of untested modalities, devised by a treatment room groper.
And finally, the uber deluded Sarah Davis smilingly says, ‘when I feel how beautiful I am, that goes out to the world,’ which is how she thinks she can get away with running an undisclosed cult front and throwing around defamation threats to anyone who mentions the facts. Dishonesty and underhanded bullying whilst playing at butter wouldn’t melt in your mouth is anything but beautiful, Ms Davis.
We have every intention of outing Hamish, Sarah. We’re waiting to see what the Press Council rules, but regardless of their decision, his name will go on the internet with the emails he sent. Venus wrote it in December, ‘try transparency next time.’ If she’d known what the dimwitted Hamish was up to, she would have told him too.
We’ve made sure a lot of influential people already know who he is, darling, nationwide. He made damned sure it’s for all the wrong reasons. So again, don’t thank us. Thank him, thank your self-loving choices, and thank puppet master, Serge.