Universal Medicine cult gossip August 2014Posted: August 19, 2014
August 31: Cult doctors in the Daily Telegraph August 29: *Lismore City Council’s connections with UM *Esoteric Women’s Health tries it on in Melbourne *2nd Facebook page removed August 24: *UM spams votes to win business award *True Movement’s occult origins *Class action against UM August 19: Keeping UM out of schools August 15: Facebook page censored *This weekend’s relationship workshop *Welcome to the Naming Names page cult psychologists, Aimee Jeffreys and Jo Frare August 10: Esoteric Women’s Health Sydney recruitment push *Getting a grip on our press kit
August 31: Daily Telegraph report – a patient speaks up on harm by a cult doctor
Check out Daily Telegraph on the perils of Universal Medicine cult doctors for a disturbing story about how a woman was unknowingly referred to one of the cult doctors for treatment for a cough and ended up on chemotherapy, and referred to an array of Esoteric idiot healers. She has lodged a complaint with the NSW Health Care Complaints Commission. The most chilling part of the story is when the doctor wanted to transfer her to Sirius, which is code for Benhayon’s idea of a Glorious death.
Having made complaints about the cult doctors to the dismissive HCCC, it worries me that no one is protecting patients in spite of warnings of dangerous and unethical behaviour.
August 29: Lismore City Council’s connections with Universal Medicine
Over on Accountability is a write up of Lismore Mayor and Councillor Isaac Smith’s relationships with Universal Medicine and quotes from Council meeting minutes earlier this month when Smith moved to give Esoteric Women’s Harm a discount to use the City Hall to prey on breast cancer patients. He then absented himself from the vote due to his conflict of interest. The motion was supported by Mayor Jenny Dowell, who has been informed about UM’s abusive and exploitative behaviour. The motion was opposed by Councillor Gianpiero Battista and others and voted down. I have a number of questions for the Councillors, particularly for Councillor Smith, who plans to run for state parliament next year. Can we expect more policitical favours for the cult?
UM is not the first cult to have the support of political figures. From the Jim Jones Wikipedia page:
He eventually moved the headquarters for the Temple to San Francisco, a major center for radical protest movements at the time. The move led to Jones and the Temple becoming politically influential in San Francisco politics, culminating in the Temple’s instrumental role in the mayoral election victory of George Moscone in 1975. Moscone subsequently appointed Jones as the chairman of the San Francisco Housing Authority Commission.
Unlike most supposed cult leaders, Jones was able to gain public support and contact with prominent politicians in the local and national level. For example, Jones and Moscone met privately with vice presidential candidate Walter Mondale on his campaign plane days before the 1976 election, leading Mondale to publicly praise the Temple. First LadyRosalynn Carter also personally met with Jones on multiple occasions; corresponded with him about Cuba; and spoke with him at the grand opening of the San FranciscoDemocratic Party Headquarters, where Jones garnered louder applause than Mrs. Carter.
In September 1977, California assemblyman Willie Brown served as master of ceremonies at a large testimonial dinner for Jones attended by Governor Jerry Brown and Lieutenant Governor Mervyn Dymally.
Esoteric Womens Health inflicts its beauty-ness on Melbourne, August 31
This Sunday, Women in Lyingness, aka the paid Brides of Serge are ‘Awakening the True Woman’, to become part of the Brotherhood of Sons of God, or something.
Our presenters will take a look at this hot topic – awakening the true woman, in the knowing that many, many women are searching for ways of connecting with who they truly are. Esoteric Womens Health – Women in Livingness event flyer
Because if any of you lost, brainless, miserable women aren’t sure who you truly are, UM will provide you with several hundred judgemental bitches to tell you. They’ll also tell you how you feel, keep an eye on you and keep you in line, at a number of different points of sale, plus donations.
Anyway, this weekend, they’re in Melbourne, but not at the Queen Victoria Womens Centre, and never again, isn’t that right Serryn? How did you explain where Serge had his hand? Oh, that’s right, you call it ‘healing’.
Again, men and children aren’t allowed at the event because the Women in Lyingness is all about secrets, trashing men and neglecting children. It’s got nothing to do with their sexual and gynaecological exhibitionism. They save that for the internet.
Natalie Benhayon will be talking about how amazing it is to repeat everything Dad tells her word for word, and how special it is to have no education, be basically illiterate, and make mountains of money out of completely worthless crap. UM Pty Ltd Company Secretary, Serryn O’Regan, will talk about her career nosedive from respected environmental lawyer to hustling fake accreditation scams and a bequest racket for a sleazy bogan cult leader. Psychologist Cynthia Hickman will talk about how supernatural entities will enter you if you’re not in bed by 9 pm, and how the Four Lords of Form were fallen sons of Venus and Mars but didn’t make the vibrational ascension into Sirius from those two mother planets. Sara Harris will officially launch the Girl to Woman Project, and to celebrate, adolescent girls will be eligible for the lucky door prize of a slumber party at Serge’s and some lessons in how to keep quiet. Singing teacher Rachael Kane will talk about how she liberated herself from tone, melody and taste, and how Glorious Music doesn’t need you to like it, just buy it – it benefits the Kidneys and Serge. Finally, Nina Stabey is back at it with a recipe for gluten free, dairy free, beef free, seaweed ‘lasagne’, some handy tips for plugging faecal incontinence, and a referral for a thyroid ultrasound.
Tickets: $145. Duration six effing hours. Please bring a means of hydration & cushion for your comfort or to smother yourself. Or me.
Second Facebook page removed
Okay, well blogging is hectic at the moment, so I may have to revisit this one. Earlier in the month, the cult got the Universal Medicine Accountability Facebook page removed from view in Australia, the UK, NZ & Singapore. It’s still up everywhere else that has decent free speech protections.
This week they got my Esther Rockett activist page removed as well. I had seven whole followers.
The accountability page had about thirty something. WHAT A BLOW TO THE CAMPAIGN AGAINST THOSE EVIL FASCISTS. Etc. Those pages were housing my Twitter feed, and it is a bit of an irritant for the Facebook followers, who now have to visit my sites more often to check for updates. Whatever. The ones who will really miss it though were the cult members who used to check on it every five minutes to see what the ‘hate-bloggers’ were doing.
Anyway, the cult paid big scary security company, Phoenix Global, to cook up some bullshit complaints to have them removed, probably unlawfully. Neither Phoenix Global or Facebook have responded to requests for copies of the complaints, and won’t tell me what the complaints were alleging. They’ve learned all about Esoteric transparency from Serge.
The response I did get from Phoenix Global was hilarious for its level of sheer bullshittery, though, so I’ll post it on a slow news day perhaps.
August 24: UM spams votes for business award
Lismore Chamber of Commerce has announced the winners of its Business Excellence Awards with Universal Medicine cheating to ‘win’ the People’s Choice award. UM has a record for spam voting to win competitions. There was Simone Benhayon’s Zoggs swim school of the year in the UK, the Huffington Post’s Inspirational Women photo competition where Natalie Benhayon was disqualified when the cult spammed the comments of the competition page plugging her menstrual cycle app for blokes, and the Brides of Serge spammed the Battle of the Bands to vote up Glorious Music but went all sour grapes when they found out the thing was also judged on musical merit.
It works the other way too, with the cult spamming newsrooms of media organizations that publish reports that aren’t in accordance with Esoteric ‘truth’. They even spammed the ACCC with 4,500 pages of crap about me – that went nowhere.
Anyway, they’ve hit the Lismore Chamber of Commerce this time and took the gong for the inaugural Cult Members’ Choice 2014, because UM isn’t a religion, it’s a business, except when it wants tax concessions. Then it’s a religion, and a charity.
True Movement’s occult origins
UM’s push into schools mentioned below has outraged a lot of readers, and the reaction from schools was shock. The schools that have responded have insisted they have not had any dealings with True Movement. So UM – again – is falsely advertising. Falsely associating themselves with reputable schools is a particularly low manoeuvre. I’m not sure how many, if any, schools have hosted TM, but am confident none of them would have if they were aware of the UM connection, and that UM is a New Age religion/cult.
Anyway, I’ve posted some EDG student notes on True Movement and it’s nutty Esoteric origins.
In the comments, our friend, Max Littlemore has brought up the subject of legal action against UM, and asked if anyone has had legal advice.
What I am thinking is that there’s clearly financial damage for those of us that don’t want to pay Serge in trying to protect our children from harm including possible sexual grooming and physical, psychological and nutritional harm. If we are loving parents who want the best for our children there is no way we can accept what he preaches so we are effectively forced into a system that costs us a lot of money. The alternative is our children are raised in a psychologically abusive system, we are denied access and there is no room for negotiation.
There seems to be enough published material to support a case that this is deliberate on the part of UM and it seems obvious that it is entirely designed to benefit Serge’s fiscal position into the future. It also seems clear to me that the use of intervention orders are a denial of the family law rights of the children involved and in the case of the order that was just removed from my daughter I believe it was also denying her her rights under the Victorian human rights charter.
I know class actions against a cult are generally prone to failure but it seems to me an action specifically targeted at the use of intervention orders and spurious family court action might have a chance and would certainly attract media attention. I’m wondering if anyone has sought a legal opinion on something like this and if it’s worth compiling a list of effected parents and children?
Legal advice has been sought for a class action against UM, but so far the advice was on the possibility of recouping funds spent under a false impression that, for example, one could gain ‘accreditation’ for Esoteric healing through the EPA, or that Esoteric Breast Massage is effective for women’s health disorders. The advice was that such an action is winnable. Not sure fire, as nothing is, but could be worth a shot. I believe there’s also the possibility of a damages claim for stress, loss of income and for victims of molestation or psychological abuse. Any such legal actions would require the establishment of a legal fund by interested applicants.
As for parents making a claim on the basis of spurious family court actions and vexatious AVOs and intervention orders, we’d need further advice. I suggest interested parties contact my blogs and consider establishing a legal fund among you to at least get the initial advice.
August 19: True Movement and Teachers are Gold – the UniMed cult infiltrates schools
UM has recently publicized its efforts to recruit school teachers via the ‘Teachers are Gold‘ project, and is targeting schools and school children through their ridiculous anti-sport ‘True Movement’.
I’ve posted plenty about UM’s extensive risks to children, and I’ve put up a post with suggestions on how you can help us keep UM out of schools – there’s a petition to sign for a start, but we’d really appreciate it if all concerned parents and citizens could write to their local state parliamentarian, their state education ministers and also help us notify schools at risk of infiltration by these predators. I’ve posted a PDF notification document that can be downloaded and sent to schools. Please help.
August 15: Facebook Censored
The cult have managed to bully Facebook into closing the Universal Medicine Accountability Facebook page in Australia, the UK, NZ and Singapore. We’ve been given no warning and no explanation.
The Facebook page updates are just my Twitter feed, so while we try to get it reinstated, you could follow my Esther Rockett page, until they get that down as well, or just visit my blogs and look to the Twitter feed for updates on new posts and other bits and pieces.
A reader also tells me the cult is reblogging old posts and getting the followers to post comments etc. The strategy seems to be to try and downgrade our Google rankings by having cult members visit their sites and avoid ours.
This weekend’s relationship breaking workshop
I blogged about this last year, but this weekend, Sergio and his team of professional suckholes will spend Sunday at Lennox Head Community Centre telling customers how to reject their non cult partners, refuse to communicate or negotiate reasonably, trash them to their families, kids and the family court, take out baseless AVOs and defame them online. Children are invited along to hear all the graphic details about how the Brides of Serge can seduce their partners and then withhold sex, and Universal Law solicitors will be there to round up the property settlements and bequests. Tickets $75 for singles and $120 for cult couples.
Welcome to the Naming Names page Aimee Jeffreys and Jo Frare
Universal Medicine has two more psychologists spruiking the brand through the cult’s new anti-education project targeting teachers – Teachers are Gold.
Aimee Jeffreys works in private practice in Goonellabah and Mullumbimby, NSW, and Jo Frare works for NSW Health and in private practice in Lismore, NSW.
Questions for Aimee and Jo:
How exactly does an entity ‘enter’ a person?
How are emotions the ’cause of all disease? Do you tell your patients that?
Do you put your hands on the pubic bones of your sexual abuse survivor patients to ‘clear’ the energy of sexual abuse?
How often do you listen to podcasts of Serge’s lectures? How many times do you listen to the same one?
If psychosis is caused by entity possession, how do you treat that? What’s the APS position on exorcisms?
Comments are open ladies. We look forward to your educated explanations.
August 10: Esoteric Wimmin’s Harm recruiting in Sydney August 3rd
Esoteric Women’s Health pulled in paediatrician, Howard Chilton, as their recruitment big gun at the Terrey Hills event in Sydney last Sunday. Howard is a clueless old doofus – like Mr Magoo crossed with a Raelian and one of the Thunderbird puppets. Yes, yes, he’s the author of some parenting books, and he works at a plush private hospital and the newspapers ring him up for comment whenever a circumcision story breaks, but he’s so busy being connected to his own hubris or off the planet on how great his mind is, he hasn’t realized his daughter married a uterus massaging, knuckle scraping son of a cult leader, or that he’s selling a molesting, death worshipping bunch of philistine ratbags. As long as everyone tells him how great he is and someone gives him a hot dinner once in a while, he’s anyone’s really.
Anyway, someone handed him a topic to waffle on about – ‘women ought to listen to their innermost knowing when it comes to mothering because if they used their brains they’d never join a cult’ – or something, and he had a marvellous time with it. He told them how women make amazing mothers, wheeled out his slapstick anecdotes and all those girls laughed and laughed. He made those girls laugh and laugh they told him he was great and amazing. It was great. It was joy-full and amazing.
Once that blew over, Annette Baker and Gabrielle Caplice talked about the joy of relationships without men. Donna Gianniotis talked about how none of the Esoteric Women in Livingness will ever get cancer. Never. Unless they commit an Esoteric sin. Esoteric naturopath, Nina Stabey, gave sound nutritional advice on how dairy products are pranic and damp, Serge says so, and you can get all the calcium you need from seaweed, with a bonus dose of iodine toxicity. She also recommends to wait 12 hours to eat if you’re in nervous energy. Jenny Ellis took that advice and hasn’t eaten since 2009. Natalie Benhayon was there to talk about the energetic impress that inspired her to initiate Esoteric Womens Health Pty Ltd and rake money out of nothing, and then played a practical joke on the audience and got them to do a session of ‘True Movement’.
Tickets were $145.
But the kicker was psycho-therapist, Jean Gamble, with the thought of the day: ‘there’s always more than one reality in the room’.
I’m not sure if she was channelling the hierarchy at the time. Or an entity. But we’ve all copped the cult’s dual realities, yes? There’s Esoteric reality where UMers are glorious, soul-full, healthy and loving, lol, and then there’s actual reality, where UMers are deluded, insufferable and money grubbing. And pretending they’re not nasty bitches.
Our press kit
Apparently the cult a la Esoteric thought police, Alison Greig, Sarah transparency Davis, and Desperate Desiree Delaloye are still harping about our press kit, which apparently is full of lies and defamatory statements they’re unable to specify.
We compiled a press kit in late 2012, which has been updated a number of times. It’s a 50 or so page document backgrounding UM’s structure, unethical carryings on and Benhayon’s occult bullshit and chock full of quotes and images etc.
Lance copped it the other day from someone insisting we’d sent a ‘press kit’ to various employers of the cult recruiters, including the Brisbane private hospital where Dr Samuel Kim works.
As I’ve said, we sent the press kits to the press. Except for ONE which I sent to the NHS Northern Trust that employs shameless Eunice Minford the euthanasia enthusiast. It was probably the earliest version of the kit, and has been substantially beefed up since then.
I’ve sent other employers and practices where cult recruiters work, including Dr Kim’s workplace, a shorter notification document including the images of inappropriate touching and some of Benhayon’s more ghoulish, idiotic and sleazy quotes. Those notifications are not the press kit.
If your employer received one, you deserved it. Any practice or employer acting in the best interests of patients want to know if they are referring patients to a cult recruiter, particularly when these cultists are essentially being funded by Medicare or the NHS to prey on the vulnerable.
The cult harps about us sending press kits to anything that moves because they’re trying to make out Hamish Broome, the dropkick Northern Star journalist, didn’t breach journalistic ethics in passing our personal information and our press kit to his beloved cult. It doesn’t change the fact he sought our information under a pretence that he was researching a story and didn’t tell us his wife, Sarah Davis, is a paid recruiter and propagandist – after we asked him several times if he knew of UM and anyone associated.
Maybe the Northern Trust passed the press kit on to Eunice the famous surgeon. I don’t know. Perhaps they thought she might read it and wake up to her stupid, arrogant self. If she did and was not disturbed by Benhayon’s writings and troubling past she’s more dangerous than he is. She’s flagrantly abusing her position as an NHS surgeon. It’s a mark of the true integrity of UM’s top rung mercenaries that they can whine our press kit is full of lies, struggle to specify a single one, and having read the thing continue to promote pervey Uncle Serge’s loony impresses and his gropes at the pubic bones of sexual abuse survivors unfazed.
And what is truly AMAZING is that lung specialist, Dr Kim, made a public affirmation he’s assisted patients to die, promotes a jackass that claims evolution isn’t true and cancer is contagious, and moans I’m the one at fault for notifying the hospital and AHPRA.
Get a grip, UMers.