May gossip from the Evil LodgePosted: May 21, 2014
May 26, 2014: Responding to personal attacks on critics May 21, 2014:*WELCOME NEW READERS *Morya Federation – Esoteric parallels with Universal Medicine May 17, 2014: *FUM, the Universal Medicine cult’s Esoteric ‘facts’ blog *Tips on protecting your online expression May 12, 2014: Attention readers in UK & Europe May 9, 2014: A correspondent from Germany tips us off on Natalie Benhayon’s Ovarian Massage and cult recruitment road show in Germany at €75 per hour May 4, 2014: *The cult’s big new plot to cyber-bully critics by labelling them cyber-bullies *Legislative reform thanks to Serge Benhayon
May 26: Responding to personal attacks on UM critics
A heap of readers are very angry at the personal attacks on three individuals on UM’s ‘facts’ site. We will respond soon enough, but suffice to say we won’t stoop to the levels they have, making every detail of people’s private lives the property of the cult.
The cult’s accusations of cyberbullying are a complete joke. When we have named or criticized individuals, we have focussed solely on their public behaviour, promoting or recruiting to the UM cult, making money out of it, participating in cult activities, censoring criticism or exhibiting other behaviours that are harmful or put others at risk, such as sending children to stay at Benhayon’s home.
Cult members might not like my criticisms of the Benhayon family, but don’t blame me. Blame Serge. Serge has commodified his family and marketed them as demi-gods. Our criticisms of UM and its followers have questioned transgressive practices, dishonest conduct and misrepresentations. At all times we have done so to inform the public of what they are investing in when they throw money at UM products and services, and what kind of family they’re sending their little girls to stay with.
Everything we have written has been written in the public interest and is based on factual evidence – including our satire.
To any of our readers who take it on themselves to try and defend us on their sites – I wouldn’t. They won’t post your comments. If you feel you have to, stick to the internet rules. Don’t say anything you couldn’t back in court with evidence. No threats or anything that could be construed as a threat – unless it’s a threat to go to the authorities. Criticize the behaviour. If you don’t, those pricks will go after you in your workplaces, or start posting your private information all over the internet embellished by Esoteric ‘love’ & ‘truth’ (hate & lies) alongside a few glamour shots of themselves taken by Clayton Lloyd.
We will respond to their nonsense, but won’t be spending much time on it. As I tweeted – the latest intimidations are their least convincing smoke screen. Perhaps they’re nervous we’re getting too close to the facts.
Our exposure will continue. With some bonus calls to account.
May 21:Welcome new readers
Since the cult outed themselves as cyberbullies by posting my name, my work address and some false and defamatory labelling of myself and a couple of our friends, we’ve had an influx of new readers. The accusations and defamatory blog links posted on their Facebook pages alerted a lot of loved ones of cult members that they are not alone in their misgivings about UM, and I’ve had a record number of emails through our Contact forms from readers wanting to reach out to others with similar concerns.
The way to do that is here on our sites, so please don’t be shy about commenting. Many cult members believe there are only a handful of disgruntled people ‘orchestrating’ the media interest and the regulatory action against UM, and everyone else thinks the whole mess is simply Glorious®. We know many followers have developed serious problems in their relationships with non subscribers, and have heard of a number of families who’ve attempted interventions. We would like to hear more voices on our blogs and to hear how you feel and your concerns. Messages through the Contact form come to my personal Inbox. No one else sees them. You can comment on any post without entering an email address. We’d love you to invent a name so that we can tell our anonymous commenters apart and get to know you a bit better.
Those who contact me are nervous about commenting because they believe their loved one might be able to identify them. I don’t think that’s the case. I screen the comments to make sure you don’t inadvertently identify yourself. We can safely say most UMers exhibit uniform behaviours – at least a hundred comment on the love blogs, they all follow the silly diet, they all talk in SergeSpeak and they’re all difficult to communicate with and incapable of mature negotiation. Many have spent or donated inordinate sums, many are deteriorating physically and most have regressed emotionally. Many are plain dishonest. So chances are, if you have something to say about the way your UM friend behaves, a lot of readers are thinking the same thing.
It’s important you make your voice heard, because it gives comfort to others to know they’re not alone.
Morya Federation vs Universal Medicine
For a glimpse of how unimaginative, uninventive and derivative Serge Benhayon is ‘in truth’ take a glance at the Morya Federation site. Someone contacted me asking if they’re a cult. I dunno. The belief system is based on the same Alice A. Bailey material, and some of the best money spinners are listed: Ageless Wisdom Teachings, Esoteric Meditation, Study & Service, tax exempt ‘education’ via their ‘school’, DONATE…
None of that makes it a cult, but it sounds familiar. I don’t see a fifth level initiate and Ascended Master in residence burbling on about his bowel movements, or his exclusive ‘truth’. They’re not calling it ‘medicine’ or ‘healing’, I don’t see any doctors or mystic dentists making fools of themselves publicly endorsing it, and who knows whether it requires a laxative diet, underaged sleepovers, and a touch up of each others’ pubic bones?
Anyway, when Universal Medicine goes tits up, the Brides could simply reconnect with that lot. Might be less embarrassing. Certainly less expensive.
May 17, 2014: Universal Medicine Facts – the Brides of Serge latest true expression of love for humanity via non stop bitching
The cult has finally launched their idea of a payback site for the Naming Names page. It’s a curious little item where they carry on for thousands and thousands of words calling several individuals cyberbullies, cyberstalkers and trolls, diagnosing them with psychopathologies, worshipping Sergio the bullshitter, dissing cult scholarship and insisting they’re not a cult. Not a word we haven’t already heard, stuck on repeat.
And they still don’t answer our questions.
In spite of claiming to be a ‘facts’ site, they omit mention of financial intransparency, regulatory action, their menu of abusive practices, privacy invasions, entity possessions, exorcisms, Arcturans, ‘death is a healing’, the Four Lords of Form, Prana, sexism, inappropriate touching, malnutrition, secrecy and the risks to children. (Summary on Our Mission page.)
The authors are the usual champions of transparency and accountability – Sarah Davis, Desiree Delaloye, Rebecca Baldwin; and Brisbane barrister, and College of UM charity front director, Charles Wilson, has finally outed himself as a cult apologist with a tenuous grip on defamation law. It’s impossible to know who wrote what, because, surprise surprise, it all sounds the same.
So did it take the whole committee to come up with the FUM acronym?
Fuck Up Majorly.
Anyway, it’s blogging as usual from the Accountability bunker, with more exposure to come, and it never gets prettier. We’ll maintain our campaign to protect the vulnerable from these oppressive numbksulls.
Also, our pageviews have leapt up in response. I was wondering where all the new readers came from until someone sent me the link. It seems cult members’ Facebook like spree alerted a heap of concerned loved ones who weren’t aware of our exposure campaign and have come to find out for themselves. They already know the propaganda blogs don’t allow questions and comments, but we do here.
So hi and welcome to our new readers and thanks for your kind messages!
Avoiding legal or pseudo-legal threats online
We’ve seen it before – Esoteric free speech is the cult advertising any old rubbish they like online and aggressively attempting to intimidate victims or anyone who questions or disagrees. Because the self-loving hypocrites are inclined to pursue detractors with legal threats to their employers, it’s worth learning how to protect oneself if you want to comment or ask questions on their propaganda sites without fear of retaliation. Some tips:
- Don’t say anything you can’t back with evidence and couldn’t defend in a defamation action (statements must be substantially true).
- Don’t say anything that could be construed as a threat, unless the threat is to report so and so to the authorities.
- Stay anonymous. Use a pseudonym and don’t mention anything that could identify you, your family or your place of work. The right to free speech is the right to question damaging or unlawful behaviour and express an opinion based on truth without fear of harassment, intimidation, persecution or incarceration.
- Express yourself here or on the Accountability blog. We allow anonymous comments and free expression of opinions provided you don’t make any claims we can’t prove to be factual – for example a recent commenter had something to say about drug use by one of the cult health professionals, but it was cut from the comment.
- To comment anonymously on our posts, leave the name, email and URL fields blank.
- You can contact us anonymously the same way. Messages through our contact form come to my private Inbox. Leave your email address if you’d like a reply
May 12, 2014: More on the Benhayon’s European roadshow – please forward any emails advertising Benhayon sessions outside Australia
The Benhayon cash raking circus is currently touring the UK and Europe until late June, holding events as well as group and individual healing sessions. Below is an email forwarded from a reader in Germany advertising Natalie Benhayon’s services at a clinic in Koln. Please readers, if you have emails similar to this advertising the services of any of the Australian practitioners, especially the Benhayons, in the UK or Europe, contact this or the Acountability blog.
While millions of tax payers across Europe and the UK are out of work, the multi-millionaire Benhayons are working illegally and selling snake oil to vulnerable people, and paying no tax. Most email programs have a search function, so please take a look through your emails and send us anything you have, no matter how old. The Benhayons and their hierarchy have been working outside of Australia for years. If the emails are used as evidence or in complaints, we remove your name and contact details so you won’t be identified. Once they come into our Inboxes we can delete your details so they can’t be traced. Please get in touch if you need assistance.
May 9, 2014: Natalie Benhayon’s healing tour of Germany
You might be interested in this email I receive from my [female relative]. Her family are worrying about her recently because she is not going out so much and meeting with friends and family. She start to eat a strange diet, losing too much weight and collecting the symbol cards in her house I’ve seen on your blog. She stop to listen to the music she love most and listen to music very unlike what she used to love. She was once cheerful and talking a lot, but now not so.
She sends me this email with message telling me I will benefit very much from this ovary massage from Miss Natalie Benhayon. I am doubtful of the word Esoteric, so I google some words and I find the information from Universal Medicine sounding too good to be true, and then of course your information. At last it make sense to our family what has happened to our darling one. We are perhaps more worried, but thank you for making truthful information available…I hope this information you find useful…
May 4, 2014: The Universal Medicine cult’s plan to cyber-bully victims and critics
Righto Duckies, no surprises the Universal Medicine cult is continuing its downward spiral into irredeemable silliness and desperation.
First the cult’s attempts to bully me via WordPress, Google, AHPRA and the ACCC went tits up, and then the secret Yammer site where the cult gave true expression of their love and devotion to me and the FACTS was canned due to leaks. Apparently, the faith-full have been squirreling away at their new site regardless to ‘out’ me and others as cyber-bullies, and to counter the factuality of our Naming Names page using the tired old Esoteric airbrush.
The local Lord of Form refuses to believe the rumours and has said, and I quote: ‘surely they aren’t that stupid.’
Even the LOF has trouble getting his head around the mass stupidity that is the cult’s default mentality. Either way, it’s bound to have hilarious results.
It’ll be good for my reputation, regardless. Since my name was published in the Echo, I’ve received an increasing number of enquiries about UM from those adversely affected, and also enquiries about other harmful groups, and how to go about exposing them and bringing them to account. If it keeps going like this, I’ll open a consultancy.
Heck, maybe I’ll get a government grant.
Their Esoteric resumé/cyber-bullying site won’t alter the facts of all the rorting, abuse, bullying and misconduct central to the giant rip off that is Universal Medicine. Second, they’ve done it all before. They already have seven plus self-loving websites overflowing with their version of ‘truth’ – which only cult members take seriously. Apparently they plan to rebut our exposés of their secretive nastiness, which will be funniest of all. How will they maintain their facade of ‘gentleness’ and ‘love for humanity’ (LOL) while going all ad hominem on me and the LOF, or will the tone match the seething obsession and bile of the secret Debasing Evil debacle? Will they answer questions about palpating each other’s breasts and pubic bones (Esoteric healing); prana, entity possession, the four Lords of Form, evolution denial, child abuse etc. etc. Will it be an open site, where ourselves and our readers are allowed to reply or ask questions – like they can here? Will they answer the questions, or blindly obfuscate their last fragile particles of credibility into the same black hole they’ve thrown their cash?
Let’s see how many words they can expend on evading the FACTS.
It was a hectic week in the Accountability bunker. The Lords of Form spent the week mourning the fading of their suntans and squabbling over whether Sauvignon Blanc is any different to Pinot Gris. Princess went Kite Surfing during a Southerly and crash landed outside a Mexican restaurant in Runaway Bay in time for Nachos happy hour. I lodged a submission each into the Australian Health Ministers Advisory Council consultation on a Draft National Code of Conduct for Unregistered Health Practitioners, and a Senate Inquiry into the repeal of the ACNC Act. For both, I made a case study of Sergio the Bullshitter and his band of profiteering parasites for why self-regulation can’t be trusted to scam artists and cults. Hopefully the submissions will be posted publicly, and both inquiries will hold public hearings and attract media coverage. With even more luck, a look at SergeCorp by the powers that be might inspire some Glorious new legislation.