Universal Medicine cult FACTS & gossip November 2014Posted: November 7, 2014
November 20: *HCCC Inquiry report slams UM *All new defamatory site about moi *John of God update *November 17: *YouTube video, Being in cults and breaking free *Ariana Ray, child protection social worker & abuse apologist. And pals. November 7 2014: *Hello Byron Bay! *The College of Universal Medicine presents maternal mayhem
November 20: NSW HCCC Inquiry hammers Universal Medicine
Lord, the cult are bitching about the volume of stuff I’ve posted about UM, but every day some new DIRT surfaces, yes?
I’ll lay into this properly another day – I have waves to catch, you know, BUT the NSW Health Care Complaints Committee report on their inquiry into false and misleading health related information and practices was released today, and GLORY BE, UniMed copped a serve, thank you very much to Professor John Dwyer of Friends of Science in Medicine, and to those who’ve lodged complaints and Inquiry submissions – you know who you are.
You can read the report at this link, and go to p.15 to read all about how Universal Medicine’s false and misleading submission/advertisements did not fool the committee one little bit.
Champions of the scam Esoteric Practitioners Association, Sydney rheumatologist Dr Maxine Szramka and mystic dentist II, Rachel Mascord, will be delighted to hear the NSW Government report affirms what we’ve been saying all along:
- The treatments offered were devised by the organisation’s founder and while the organisation provides courses and qualifications for practitioners, they are not accredited. HCCC Inquiry Report
UM and its dodgey Esoteric Practitioners Association are not Registered Training Organizations. Their claim to provide accreditation is fraud, and a breach of the Australian Crimes Act for misleading and deceptive conduct.
If you paid for courses believing you would acquire ‘accreditation’, please make a complaint to NSW Fair Trading Ph 13 32 20.
And ask UM for a refund.
Another day another defamatory website
Serge Benhayon’s business partner and long term parasite, Desiree Delaloye, has launched another website probably targeting people innocently Googling to find an acupuncturist in Byron bay called acupuncturebyronbay.com with nine glorious pages sledging and defaming me, my livelihood and my professional skills. My activism is called ‘cyber-bullying’, my objections to the cult robbing and molesting vulnerable targets, and breaking up their families and estates is framed as religious persecution AND it’s all done in the name of the ‘fair minded’ people of Byron Bay wanting to lynch me out of town. For real. 36 cult investors/parasites have put their names to it. The other 14 pages on the *facts* site and several thousand comments from the faith-full all about their Esoteric Love for little me aren’t enough harassment apparently.
They REALLY don’t want me to blog about their disturbing Girl to Woman Grooming Project Festival…
John of God Update
Back to the HCCC. Last month we looked at the battle between John of God and Sergio the Bullshitter for the title of World’s Greatest Healer. As expected no one wins. Not least their victims. Anyway, Johnny’s miracle road show is in Sydney this weekend. Apparently, he’s not allowed to practice amateur unanaesthetized and non sterile surgery whilst in Australia, but given his record for sexual assault and embezzlement in his home country, how the heck do we know he might not whip out his forceps and ram them up someone’s nose until blood comes out, which is his favourite procedure – or slash at a few thoraxes with the odd scalpel he has lying around?
I put that question to the HCCC as a complaint, but their response was that no investigation was necessary. They would not bother to contact his holiness João Teixeira de Faria de Deus to ask for a response or get him to commit to an undertaking or anything like that. The HCCC’s response was that Johnno won’t be conducting any surgeries in Australia – his website SAYS SO – and therefore there is minimal risk to the public from the mad bastard.
The HCCC explained he has to breach the code first and then pose a significant risk to public health for them to investigate.
Shouldn’t it be the other way around??
And shouldn’t SOMEONE have their eye on the guy?
November 17: Video: Being in cults & breaking free
In this video, US based cult experts, Janja Lalich and Steve Hassan talk about their experience within cults where they personally behaved harmfully toward other members, ex followers and critics. They also talk with a lawyer who has represented cult victims about litigation, as well as the problem of cult charities and their tax exemptions. At around the 44 minute mark is a discussion on the effects on children.
Janja Lalich is the author of one of the best books on cult recovery, Take Back Your Life.
Ariana Ray – sexual abuse apologist, child protection social worker, Hampstead County Council
This week I posted on universalmedicinefacts.com‘s extraordinary sexual abuse apologism extravaganza. In short, they posted images of Serge Benhayon inappropriately touching women, with claims I’m a liar for objecting to and questioning these practices, a danger to children and I don’t know anatomy. They embellished that with a photo portrait and testimonial from a 17 year old girl whose stayed at Serge’s house without a guardian; a spouse trashing testimonial from a woman who is about to undertake family court proceedings, and topped that with over 500 comments from Serge’s investors expressing unbridled Esoteric love of me, labelling me a criminal troll etc.
Commenters included two doctors, Sydney rheumatologist, Maxine Szramka, and NHS surgeon, Eunice Minford; and several other health professionals repeating claims I don’t know anatomy. None of them have answered my question of what the region below a woman’s pubic bone and medial to the groin is called if not the vulva? Or the more important question of what the hell a weedy unqualified slime ball is doing with his hand there at all? And how these health profesionals justify, endorse and enable his claim it assists ‘rape recovery’.
But special mention goes to UK social worker, Ariana Ray, who works at Hampstead County Council in child protection, and is one of Serge’s prize pitchfork wavers, and a shrill, pocket sized warrior Bride banshee.
She takes a starring role on that post, working her position as a child protection ‘expert’ to publicly vilify us for questioning behaviour she and her department would investigate if undertaken by anyone else but her scumbag idol. And perhaps if her department wasn’t bent.
Here she is at work on Twitter. Now that she’s outed herself as an abuse apologist, I took the opportunity to ask questions the cult doesn’t allow on their propaganda sites.
No responses. Instead Ariana Ray retweets the same crap, robot like.
One of our readers emailed concerned about her cyber-bullying, but as I explained, Ariana is tweeting into a cult vacuum. Her only Twitter followers are cult members. She’s not followed by activists or journalists, which shows just how seriously the cult’s propaganda is taken.
How many journalists have contacted you for information about Lance or me, Ariana? We’re an AMAZING story aren’t we, to warrant tens of thousands of words and thousands of comments from hundreds of you, yes? Clearly we’re one of those AMAZING ‘real’ stories news orgs keep missing, as you yourself have told newsrooms in however many emotional emails. Yep, News Ltd would sell so many more newspapers if they wrote about us and not a multi million dollar bogus religion that preys on the vulnerable – including children…
Finally, Facebook is the same. A lot of hardcore Brides of Serge don’t have non cult FB friends. No family members and no non UM subscribers. Again their FB likes of UM propaganda are seen only by cult members. Others silly enough to Like *facts* site posts have inadvertently prompted friends and family to seek out my blogs and gained me a number of new supporters. Readership dropped at first when cult members were commanded not to read my sites, but hit new highs as soon as they launched their defamatory blog.
The likes of Szramka, Minford and others have enough brains not to embarrass themselves by linking to the site from Facebook. If you notice, none of the Esoteric Women’s Health staff make any comments or contributions there.
And then there’s the lost souls who link to their false and defamatory ‘true expression’ from their professional accounts:
November 7: Maternal meddling with the College of Universal Medicine
My goodness, the College of Universal Medicine, which no longer has legal authority to publicly raise funds, is TRYING HARD. They have to try and look legit, they have to try and keep the same shrinking set of devotees with their shrinking finances on the cult expenditure mousewheel, they have to try and stretch their weak commerce in selling ‘self-care’ ever further, they have to avoid letting any of Sergio’s occult hogwash and misanthropy slip into their publicity and they have to try and bring in new investors, because Anne McRitchie is nearly out of money.
Good luck with that, Sarah Davis and Desiree Delaloye.
Anyway, the latest EFFORT in the roll out of back to back money for nothing, waste of time ‘courses’ is Sharon Gavioli and Shannon Everest expecting women, some of whom may be pregnant, to spend a whole Saturday on their arses listening to some bloody thin material about ‘Self-Care in Pregnancy’. My suggestion for self care in pregnancy is to go on a picnic instead at Wategos or Minyon falls, or do something else positive for yourself, rather than get caught up with Serge Benhayon’s bully brides and their constant demands for flattery, Facebook likes, religious adherence, patronage of their sub standard services and to put your name to bitching comments online about people who are trying to put an end to the cult’s abuses.
We can expect ‘Self-Care in Pregnancy’ will be all about how emotional attachment to babies and other loved ones results in gynaecological disease, how loving babies emotionally has ‘not ever worked’, and that if you love a child emotionally, you’re mistaking that for the ‘enormous need they have of you’, and you should switch off your emotions and let your kids fend for themselves because that frees you up to spend more money to benefit the Benhayon family of bogan messiahs. And that’s before the bit about how you can pass disease causing emotional energy to your baby via breast milk, and other joy-full Esoteric parenting tidbits.
Sharon and Shannon will talk about how to avoid calcium intake, and how they know some AMAZING Esoteric dentists for when your kids’ teeth start disintegrating. There’ll be a special talk about the benefits of sending your adolescent daughters for sleepovers with Serge and his captive wife, and how your little girls could have the opportunity to be photographed for promotions of the cult’s predatory grooming and sexual abuse. And because the College’s fundraising capacity is now severely diminished, they’ll spend some time talking about the ‘self-care’ and ‘integrity’ of donating to Sergio’s failing building fund.
Or you could go nearly anywhere else and spend your money on something that actually benefits you and your kids.
Cost: $60 and your first born daughters.
Hello Byron Bay
I’ve finally done what I should have done ten years ago and sea changed myself and my practice to Byron Bay. Within a couple of hours of the Byron Shire Echo hitting the streets with a classified ad for my practice someone called me to tell me the Esoteric lovers of humanity had updated their defamatory site with my new location, lol.
I’m loving it here. Haven’t spotted any whales yet, but I’ve heard Jimi Hendrix played by local musos at 8:30 am at the Farmers Markets, I’ve seen bongo and didgeridoo players, more Kombi vans than I thought existed, and where else could you go to the beach and see a white man walking around in a kaftan? Or wear tie dye clothes without being shot?
It’s funny. Byron Bay is one of THE most gorgeous places in the world. The climate is mild, the beaches are beautiful and the natives are bloody friendly!! It’s an area known for its population of progressives, spiritual seekers, nature lovers and creatives. People are relaxed, open minded and accepting. The food here is unbelievably fresh and delicious, and there is a real sense of community good will. So it’s the last place on earth you’d expect a bunch of uptight, bigoted, censorious, narcissistic, wowser fundamentalists to set up a religion of anti-social puritanism.
What I’ve learned since being here, is UM has very little presence. I’ve spotted a couple of cult members around – pasty faced zombies that dress like Jehovah’s witnesses and are usually carrying a flask of herbal tea or Esoteric water. But most locals don’t know who they are or care. There’s too much other good stuff going on. But those unlucky enough to rub up against UM don’t like them at all, and local conversations about the cult invariably air some highly original expressions of vernacular.
I’ve already had one local rock up to my clinic asking if I knew where he could join a cult. Lucky I wasn’t with a patient because we got to have a great old rant about Serge and his Brides. Anyway, if you want to say hi, I’m happy to meet local readers. I’m working in the Industrial Estate, and I’m discovering all the best coffee spots and other places to boost the old PRANA. In case I’m busy with patients, it’s best to call ahead. Cheers and see ya round.