Universal Medicine Cult Gossip July 2014 – integrity roundupPosted: July 27, 2014
July 27: Responding to UM’s Esoteric ‘facts’ July 23: Charity cyber-bullying July 21: Esoteric Womens Health Money for Nothing July 17: College of UM Bullshit – Donations policy, Kate Greenaway & ACM *Sergio the philolsopher at the movies July 15: Slideshare propaganda lol July 14: Selling a patronizing, sexist, rip off – Esoteric Womens Health and the Women in Livingness magazine. July 12, 2014: Women in Livingness Magazine & Launch. July 9: *Serge Benhayon on reading ovaries *Breast Cancer Care retreat Lismore July 11
Who knows what July holds for Universal Medicine cult gossip? It may or may not be a feast, but it’s unlikely to be a gluten free famine.
July 27: Responding to UM’s Esoteric ‘Facts’
Look, as far as I’m concerned the UM Facts blog is impossible to take seriously. I’m not sure anyone other than cult members believes a word of it, and I think responding to anything written there by Serge’s ferocious little terrier, Alison Greig, would be giving it far too much dignity.
How does one tell when Serge Benhayon is bullshitting?
His lips are moving.
How does one tell when a UniMedder is bullshitting?
Same, or they’re using a keyboard.
However, the Lord of Form isn’t as blasé, bless his cotton socks.
We talked about the Facts Team’s latest blog the other day and he thought it was worth correcting. I said, ‘Meh. No one believes their shit, and they ignore the evidence I post and continue to post the same lies. There’s no point.’
He just sent this comment:
And now according to the dimwits at the cult and the prose- handicapped Alison Greig, [Medical Observer journalist] Byron Kaye made up a non-existent TGA complaint, and also submitted one to the HCCC.
There certainly was a preceding TGA complaint well before UM called them. Byron picked up the info from a routine press release from that department’s media unit. That sparked the first story.
Around the same time, an individual in QLD had the foresight to lodge a complaint to the HCCC re. UM’s cancer claims and also chakra-puncture name change.
All before we thought of anything. And hats off to him.
I’ve got the documents coming to me now for the file.
As usual, cult wrong on all counts.
Yes. But not just wrong. Lying. Blatantly.
According to the propagandists, there was never a complaint to the TGA about the cult’s claims about its Eso herbs (overpriced curry powder). Instead they asked the TGA to check out their products because they wanted to do the right thing after marketing the stuff for years, lol.
“The TGA is concerned that these goods are not included in the Australian Register of Therapeautic Goods and have not been evaluated by the TGA as the law requires.
“In order to protect the public, this matter is being urgently investigated by the TGA with the sponsor being required to achieve compliance with the regulatory requirements of Australia’s therapeutic goods legislation.”ABC Online, July 23, 2012
Mr Benhayon agreed Universal Medicine was “a good business”, with its reincarnation workshops particularly popular.
He conceded the Therapeutic Goods Authority forced it to withdraw unscientific claims about products sold on its website. News Ltd, September 15, 2012
The UM Facts blog is another smokescreen set up by the cult distracting attention from the nastiness we’ve been exposing. They probably hoped I’d be stupid and react to their blog by wasting time debunking every little bit of bullshit they post – and that would keep me so busy, I’d take my eyes off the puppeteer, his prize harpies and their Glorious racket.
My observation of their sites: every word of it is bullshit. My tip for reading their stuff – take every word as bullshit until they publish documentation which proves otherwise.
In house fact checking
And yes yes, in response to the protests of the bunker fact checkers, who stirred from their Nanna naps to point out Kyla Plummer and Mary Louise Manhating Myers are not a mother and daughter eating disorder team as stated somewhere below, but an aunt and niece manhating and eating disorder duo. My apologies for that oversight.
I have trouble telling the clones apart.
July 23: Charity cyber-bully forum for cult members
Yes, well, tomorrow the College of Universal Medicine’s first stab at a public anything is set to go ahead with their Cyber-bullying extravaganza forum, where Sarah Davis will try and sell a four week College course in addressing cyber-bullying via defamation, bitching, stupidity and incoherent verbosity, for an as yet undisclosed fee, to the Esoteric pilgrims. No one else will be there.
I almost went to the trouble of phoning Sarah to ask why she didn’t invite me (again) to speak about what it’s like to be accused of cyber-bullying for asking questions of an intransparent organization that’s doing nicely out of tax exemption and fleecing and silencing victims. But, I dunno, we all know how that would go.
Does anyone in the local area think UM has any credibility?
Will Lismore’s mayor be there?
How much are you being paid Sarah, to run your ‘non profit’ publishing venture, Real Media Real Change, that markets UM?
Anyway, local Astral cultists, keep an eye on local media for me. I don’t think the thing will get coverage, or if it does, I would hope the interviewers will ask Sarah and her fellow propagandists about their dodgey *facts* site, and why it doesn’t allow comments and corrections from the people it’s defaming.
July 21: Esoteric Womens Health – the high price of ‘community’
The Women in Livingness event was held last Sunday the 13th in Brisbane with an entry fee of $145 to sit on plastic chairs and listen to a group of busy-ness women sell them Serge Benhayon’s invented rubbish about women’s health. Jenny Ellis and Penny Scheenhouwer talked about their true friendship based on their business ripping women off and invading their privacy, Dr Amelia Stephens talked about her ethics bypass in promoting pseudoscience, magical thinking, bogus therapeutic claims and over servicing. Nurse Sharon Gavioli talked about what it’s like to have breasts, and
mother and daughter aunt and niece team, Mary Louise Myers and Kyla Plummer talked about how they made the self loving transition from anorexia and bulimia to Serge’s glorious eating disorder.
$145 is a lot of money to pay to listen to cult members promote their business, but from the photos it looks as if at least a hundred investors showed up to hear the same carry on they’ve heard a hundred times before, and some took the trouble to fly in from interstate.
I guess it was a nice opportunity to dress up.
At the end of the day, Esoteric Womens Health Pty Ltd then officially launched the bloated breast and disease commodification manifesto, Women in Livingness Magazine – yet another promotion for Universal Medicine’s lucrative behavioural dependency.
And they’re doing the whole routine all over again, including the magazine launch party in Sydney and Melbourne next month. Another $145 and the same consumers flocking to pay for the same recycled nothing. Except they’ve roped high profile paediatrician, Dr Howard Chilton in to flog the brand at the Sydney show.
As I’ve asked before, what is EWH selling? And the answer is very little, for too much. It’s the Esoteric healing workshop and retreat racket over again. Repeat repackaging of the same insubstantial crap, consumed repetitively by religious investors.
The only recent innovation is the make-over. The Brides of Serge have entered an all new phase of self-loving makeup, photography and styling. The packaging may have improved, in a mumsy, wowserish way, but the product remains the same – a false sense of community with a bunch of like minded, censorious bigots, based on sexist, occult nonsense with threats of health and supernatural consequences if targets relent in their consumption.
Ask any of the customers present on the day what they’d spent on UM (and donated), and weigh those huge sums against the benefits they claim – feeling more connected to their breasts, feeling photogenic, thinking they are making healthy self loving choices, chronic diarrhoea and fatigue, disordered eating, neurosis, exhibitionism, fraught or broken relationships with those outside the group and toxic self obsession. If they ask questions they’re bullied and shunned. If they get sick or suffer misfortune they blame themselves and their karma.
It’s not what I’d call value for money.
July 17: College of UM Bullshit – Kate Greenaway flogging Esoteric healing through ACM, & donations policy
A few little items dredged up from the College of Universal Medicine website:
Esoteric physiotherapist and College of UM ‘educator’, Kate Greenaway is writing an Esoteric Connective Tissue Therapy course for Evolve College, which a little birdie told us is the new name for ACM, the Australian College of Massage. Those of you who haven’t been bored into catatonia by UM carryings on will remember the ACM’s owners, Robert and Deborah Wild are religious devotees to the Church of $erge, and that Sergio’s pet company director, Serryn O’Regan is now ACM CEO. What that means is UM is doing a merger with ACM, or at least trying to use ACM’s status as a registered training organization to legitimize courses in Serge and Kate’s piss-take body work. It’s genius really – a rip off ‘accreditation’ course in a rip off ‘therapy’ so that graduates can rip off patients in a market already oversupplied with rip offs.
But it wasn’t posted on Kate’s bio for long. Why did you remove it, Kate? Or did ACM’s owners get nervous about having their business associated with a shonky charity?
And then there’s this load of hogwash on the donations page.
The College of Universal Medicine has declined to accept offers of donations in light of donors’ personal circumstances. This reflects the College’s commitment to the public interest and its purely charitable purpose. It has the firm policy of requesting that all those interested in donating first seek professional financial advice.
Further, if the proposed donor is still interested in donating, but their personal circumstances suggest this may not be in their best interests, the College reserves the right to refuse the donation.
I just happened by these student notes from 2011 where Sergio the scammer has a go at the minions for not manifesting enough ‘available’ money to attend the retreats.
The afternoon commenced with Serge briefly reflecting on the Retreats in Vietnam and the one in Lennox Head that was held the previous week – a total of 560 present at the 3 – now with shields removed.
As some at today’s E.D.G. Meeting had not been present at any of the Retreats for one reason or another he presented to us that Hierarchy cannot give information just to one group of students – that is leaving those not present at the Retreats out on a limb with out the information shared – the teachings would never exclude anyone. If money was the issue – asked us to reflect on the fact of money being always available depends a lot on our preparation of an ongoing life force. (EDG lecture notes, unidentified note taker, April 2011)
Pay up or you’re dead?
Being unable to pay is not Esoteric.
‘…now with shields removed’ is referring to the shield against scams.
From the same set of notes, referring to the College building:
Within this UniMed Centre at Goonellebah will be many and varied presentations holding the U.M. Integrity. Serge reiterated that help is really needed. Donations made are to energetically clear with no conditions.
Unconditional donations. Hats off to you Serge. You’re the piss take scam artist supreme.
L’Chaim – Sergio the phiLOLsopher at the movies
Apparently some schmuck has made a documentary film about a man who takes care of his holocaust survivor mother and ruined it by adding a platitude from the muddle headed messiah’s ‘wisdom’.
The film ends with the quote of the author and philosopher Serge Benhayon.
“The war is not over when the last bullet is fired, the war is over when we all return into our hearts.” L’Chaim Facebook page
PHILOSOPHER! LOL! Bernard-Henri Levy must be pissing in his pants! A self-published ‘author and philosopher’ at that.
July 15: Sergio on Slideshare (?)
I dunno what Slideshare is – probably one of countless PR sites for generating press releases for the internet to ignore. Last week the dimwits posted something similar on Reddit – another internet garbage heap for conspiracy theorists and other nutjobs.
Whatever. How many of you think Sergio believes his own bullshit?
Serge Benhayon, founder of Universal Medicine is calling for government agencies to identify and stop the abuse of their public complaint processes by ‘vexatious complainants
July 14: What is Esoteric Womens Health selling?
The Student Body has grown globally by the work of Serge Benhayon and by word of mouth;
to date there have been no promotions of any of the Universal Medicine services or products. Universal Medicine website
Esoteric Womens Health Pty Ltd is Universal Medicine’s marketing and promotion outfit for selling its Womens Health products. The most lucrative are the healing and practitioner courses run by Universal Medicine and profiting the Benhayon family. Some of the benefits trickle down to their upper rung of parasites, but most Esoteric healers who’ve gone to the trouble and expense of achieving Esoteric ‘accreditation’ find themselves in a market oversupplied with so called healers, and unable to make money.
It works like this. Women go to presentations run by EWH. A lot think it’s rubbish and don’t go back. Some are ‘inspired’ to visit Esoteric healing practitioners – usually the ones making the most money, such as Jenny Ellis, Rebecca Poole and others. If they swallow the pitch that their bodies need constant ‘clearing’ of pranic male energy and entities or whatever, they develop a behavioural dependency on Esoteric healings. The Esoteric practitioners sell them UM workshops, courses, retreats and Sergio’s money for nothing religious products, like his occult philosophy tomes, the funny looking and useless healing symbols, Glorious Music, audio subscriptons etc.
What I’m not certain of is whether the Eso practitioners sell Serge’s crap on commission, or whether they assist him financially out of pure religious devotion.
Which brings me to the next question; what is the Women in Livingness Magazine selling?
Advertising for one thing. On the last four pages there are a few dozen small ads for Esoteric healing practitioners and other businesses run by cult members. One wonders how much cult members paid for those spots.
But does the small amount of revenue from a couple of pages of ads justify 105 pages of weird breast fetishisation and sexless homoeroticism?
I suspect the magazine’s purpose is similar to the Women in Livingness blog. Where mother’ groups bond over the shared experiences of parenting, and breast cancer support groups share their experience of their illness, the Women in Livingness bond over their subscription to a New Age con, and their new found religion of self obsession. Women in Livingness gives them a platform to share their adherence to Serge’s habit forming rubbish – where they can share the illusion that their trivial self observations are important, and they can bond as a community of like minded numbskulls. The magazine is the commercial version of that community – where the Brides of Serge have the opportunity to be photographed looking joy-full and connected to their femaleness, advertise their Esoteric skills, and share the illusion that Esoteric healing is a legitimate business.
Not a patronizing, money for nothing scam.
July 12: Wimmin In Lyingness Magazine launch & Brisbane event July 13
Esoteric Womens Health is holding their ‘True Self Worth’ event in Brisbane tomorrow to launch the Women in Lyingness Magazine. No men or children are allowed to the launch, which makes me wonder what the heck they’ll be talking about. They’re usually more than happy to throw their sexual histories and their gynaecological minutiae all over the internet. And we know Serge has talked about rough sex between adolescents in front of kids.
Perhaps they’re going to delve into their next big campaign of not telling anyone what to do and start telling targets that sex impedes the light of the soul, with a few specifics on how to make ‘gentle’ emotionless love without moving or seeking the ‘comfort’ of sexual pleasure. Followed by a tutorial on how to call their partners abusers if they look at them sideways and how to take out a self-loving AVO. Then they’ll have a selfie show and tell, and compliment each other how beauty-full they are and how ‘sexy’ – without the sex.
The magazine is now live online, for want of a better word, and its another miracle of self-love. ONE HUNDRED AND FIVE PAGES of bland non info padded out with glossy pics of women looking like they’re getting along with each other. More than 80 of those pages are devoted to BREAST CARE.
Frankly it’s about five pages of non groundbreaking info stretched to an insufferable 105. There are insinuations as to ‘true breast care’ – meaning signing your life over to a cult, but mostly they avoid mentioning the man hatred, the Talibanesque restrictions on sport, music and intellectual pursuits, and they take great pains not to mention Serge.
Natalie Benhayon is editor in chief, and the thing is a bit like the women featured: over-dressed, over made up and trying a little too hard to look legit.
July 9: Serge Benhayon radio interview on reading ovaries
The UM fallacious *facts* team has written thousands of words denying Serge gave me a fake psychic reading of my ovaries in 2005. Among their Esoteric terms of endearment they’ve called me psychotic and liar, and offered the very convincing argument that there was no such ‘modality’ as ‘ovarian reading’ back then, and that a journalist invented the term in 2012. Somehow.
None of them were in the room with Serge and me in 2005.
Ovarian reading is mentioned in student notes from an Esoteric Womens Group in October 2011, along with the usual energetic nonsense.
- Natalie has found the demand for ovarian massage is huge so this women’s group is to give us all a ovarian healing session. Be aware that you may get heavy periods, hip pain, nausea etc
- The ovarian massage is very simple, done dry over clothes
- The technique arises the imprints you have taken on as a woman, all the choices made by you, around you, about you by others, your reactions, behaviours that then become patterns and how all that will affect your future. The ovaries reveal a lot!
- They are very matter of fact, without emotion…
- All of Natalie’s come from reading women’s ovaries (sic)
Natalie Benhayon learned that crap from Dad. She’s not one for original thoughts. Esoteric Womens Health Pty Ltd company director, Serryn O’Regan isn’t either:
Esoteric Women’s Health is inspired by and because of the work of Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine. serrynoregan.com
And thanks to a reader for sending this link: Serge confirmed the ovarian readings on ABC Radio in July 2012. Following a discussion of entity possession.
(12:35 minutes) Interviewer, Justine Frazier: What about claims that people can pay $70 an hour for someone to talk to their ovaries?Benhayon: The way that’s been worded is incorrect. You know the world is full of, um, psychics, palm readers, astrologers and so forth. The ability to communicate with the body is nothing new and there is a famous author who has done this by the name of Carolyn Myss and she is known as a medical intuitive – and very very famous. All…The body…because everything is energy, the body does contain energetic imprints of all our choices and all our behaviours. It’s a very very simple thing to do. Anyone can do it so long as they connect to their intuition.
It appears Esoteric Women’s Health have been hawking their Breast Cancer Care brainwashing retreat among breast cancer support groups in Ballina, Byron Bay and the Lismore area, and not all the members of those groups are happy about being preyed upon by vindictive religious zealots seeking to instil a therapy dependency to their own advantage.
But it also appears Esoteric Women’s Health has gotten to some of the members, encouraging them to overlook inappropriate touching, privacy invasion, death worship and sexism, because it’s only ‘a few individuals’ who are calling for investigations into UM and its practitioners – echoing the cult’s standard response to questions.
To the members of those groups reading and their loved ones, those of us taking action are doing so out of strong concerns over the predatory aggression of the group and on behalf of many many more adversely affected by UM who are too fearful of retaliation to make their voices heard. If you’re still trying to decide whether to go to the retreats or not, please take a look at the big picture we’ve presented on my blogs – with evidence – and ask yourself why a group of seemingly caring people has endeavoured to destroy our livelihoods rather than address our questions.