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UniMed Living victimhood, whining & gossip, March 2015

Church of $ergeMarch 20: The Church of Serge’s ‘open’ forum LOL

March 16: Richard Raymond’s unofficial biography of Serge Benhayon

March 15: UM’s cyberbullying hypocrisy makes the news *UM’s bent charities update

March 9: Sunday Tele update. *John Sweeney on reporting on cults

March 8: Sunday Tele?? *Propaganda misfire * Sergio’s devotional website

March 7: Follow @fieryenergy

March 5, 2015: *Evolve College launches Esoteric hogwash courses *New school infiltration alert *Cyber attack caution *FOI shenanigans

While the UniMed faith-full are putting themselves through the premium priced prostrations of the Vietnam RETREAT, the gentle breath hate, hysterics and propaganda war is going full tilt.

March 20: The Wollongbar Church of Serge flings open its doors – almost

Dear Subscribers and Students,

We would like to inform you of the recently added Universal Medicine event scheduled for this Saturday the 21st of March from 2pm to 5.30 pm.

We present THE WAY OF THE LIVINGNESS Sermon 19 – followed by a forum for discussion with a panel

The focus of this presentation is for group discussion to cover the topic of religion and its application with regard to its real meaning and its unavoidable activity. Attendees will be able to ask questions and raise challenges as well as offer input towards the development of the needed livingness, a religious way.

This is an opportunity to bring your thoughts on the matter and or to quell your reserves or challenges. The open forum will provide a platform for equal say.

The event is held at THE HALL OF AGELESS WISDOM – 37 Converys Lane, off Bruxner Highway, Wollongbar NSW 2477

Further details for this event can be found by following this link.

with love,

The UniMed team

Of course when one follows the link one encounters: 

Saturday 21st MARCH 2.00pm – 5.30pm (NSW DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME)
Registration: 1.30pm to 2.00pm

Fee: No charge

Bring your own means of hydration and a pillow/cushion for your own comfort.

Booking essential. Please login to your account and book online. Thank you.

That thing is scheduled straight after the Esoteric Women’s Health Pty Ltd Forum to be held in the earlier half of the day, probably to rope in a few of the poor souls who rocked up expecting to hear something sensible about women’s health but copped an earful of how men give you cancer. I’m sure they will learn lots of other things give us cancer too, like playing sport, being interested in equal rights, having an intellect, eating dairy products, asking why little girls stay at Serge’s house, not wanting to burn books or defame complainants or touch other people’s genitals, or anything else non cult like.

I’d love to go, except I’ll probably get charged with stalking or hate crimes or being a ‘serial blogger‘ or something.

So, Sarah Davis, Alison Greig et al, drop me a line and let me know if I’m allowed to come and contribute without getting lynched. I know quite a lot about religion really, and I could run through a list of ways that religions are able to behave ethically.

But if it’s not safe for me to come and front a few score people who are obsessed with me to the point of keeping copies of every word I write, trashing my name and my livelihood most days of the week and have publicly called me mentally ill and a criminal, perhaps one of you could read out the following list I wrote on how to behave in ways that encourage public confidence:

  1. Answer questions in a way that satisfies the public of your accountability without becoming judgmental and punitive.
  2. Disclose Universal Medicine’s finances and explain why Serge insisted donations to his building funds had to be made anonymously. Issue receipts, account for all donations and how they are spent. Make independently audited financial statements public.
  3. Welcome shared decision making from followers. Encourage accountability and oversight.
  4. Quit setting unrealistic standards of spiritual attainment.
  5. Examine beliefs and attitudes of us versus them regarding followers and those who choose not to follow UM.
  6. Examine beliefs painting everything outside UM as evil and to be feared and despised.
  7. Discourage followers from becoming dependent on the group or its practices and teachings.
  8. Do not vilify outsiders or ex followers, and do not discourage followers from associating with non believers. Drop the superior attitude.
  9. Provide support for relationships that isn’t dependent on families, friends or partners subscribing to Esoteric beliefs and practices.
  10. Recognize privacy and reasonable boundaries. Halt all touching of erogenous zones in any context apart from private intimate and sexual relationships between consenting adults. Such touching is not ‘healing’.
  11. Accept other sources of knowledge outside of UM. Encourage questioning, free exchange of ideas, dialogue, debate, critical thinking and individual autonomy.
  12. Respect alternative viewpoints and opinions.
  13. Admit failings and mistakes and accept constructive criticism and advice.
  14. Publicly apologize for intrusive, harmful or offensive behaviour and allow outside input on addressing and preventing harm.

The list is based on Rick Ross’s list of warning signs of harmful groups.

March 16: The great untruths of Serge Benhayon

Richard Raymond has reemerged and jump started his Universal Medicine Cult blog with an exposé of Benhayon’s shifty financial dealings dating back to the nineties. The blog also traces the mundane origins of the belief system Serge commodified into a successful healing racket and commercial religion. The Great UnTruths of Serge Benhayon

March 15: Charity updates

Expanding on the outcomes of the charity investigations and correcting UM’s propaganda. Universal Medicine charity fronts update March 2015

UM’s cyberbullying hypocrisy makes news

Sunday Telegraph report – Jane Hansen: How Universal Medicine bullied me, complainants and critics.

I’ve blogged extracts of the report with some expansion of the facts, and our list of requests for Universal Medicine cult accountability: Universal Medicine’s bullying.

March 9: Sunday Tele update

Keep your hair on everyone. The Tele article was held over. There are no injunctions etc. and News Ltd hasn’t caved to the tantrums of the feral Brides of Sergio. It appears to be just a ho hum problem with fitting the thing into yesterday’s edition. It will get there. Don’t ask me when.

John Sweeney on reporting on cults

The fact UM published five webpages of slurs against Jane Hansen since Friday, before her next News Ltd article is even in print, brought to mind veteran reporter John Sweeney. Interviewed last year, he talked about the harassment he endured reporting on Scientology. Sweeney famously lost his cool on camera during the filming of BBC Documentary, ‘Scientology & Me’.

Although Sweeney routinely expresses regret whenever the outburst is mentioned – “People in the public eye should be civil to those they disagree with. It’s part of the engine oil of democracy” – he says a curious thing has happened in the years since. Former Scientologists have come to cite that incident as emblematic of Scientology in the 21st century.

“That image is what the church does to people,” he says. “I used to be a war reporter. I’ve been to many, many bad places in the world, and I had never been through anything like that.”

Sweeney has a record of tackling controversial subjects, having also written books on Britain’s arming of Iraq, Romania under Nicolae Ceausescu and tyranny in North Korea. But finding an outlet for an exposé of Scientology proved difficult.

“Nobody would touch the book,” says Sweeney. “No major publisher in Britain dared to buy it. Eventually my agent said, ‘I’ll publish it,’ and we’ve managed to sell 25,000 copies through Kindle and print-on-demand. But you’re not going to find it on any bookshelf. The problem with the church is that it generates fear and incapacitates people who would normally report on them.”

The following YouTube video (a bit of an amateur botch job sorry) shows the lead up to the big roar:

The pest, Tommy Davis, son of Hollywood actress, Anne Archer, later left Scientology. They pissed him off as well. The full BBC Panorama video (30 minutes):

March 8: Propaganda overkill backfire

I’m not sure what happened to the Daily Telegraph article that was going to run today, and I’m not planning on pestering Jane Hansen on her day off to find out. That’s the kind of thing Sarah Davis would do.

A reader posted this propaganda update in the comments:

Universal Medicine have in less than 24 hrs created 5 internet articles dedicated to condemning the Journo, Esther and Lance and there are over 222 comments and these are ticking over at a fast pace – BUT the article has not been released yet!

AND Serge never tells anyone what to do.

As we know, a bunch of the faith-full are at the Vietnam RETREAT, but obviously the gentle breaths are out the window, and the unisex Sons of God have escalated their all out war against Jane Hansen, News Ltd, Lance, Ira, me and dairy, sugar and rice.

I don’t need to read the blogs to know it will be the usual 100% bullshit, hysterics and hyperbole, but if you must read that tripe, and judging by the level of distress it causes some of you, I wouldn’t, please go via the following do-not-links, and the links on the fronts page.

Universal Medicine Facts

Truth about Universal Medicine

Also, I’ve had a message from someone who thinks we should post corrections to the bullshit. If any of you want to write corrections, you’re welcome to do that in the comments. I’m not wasting time on it. As @fieryenergy stated from his/hers or its innermost wisdom:

Which is exactly what UM want us to do – waste time responding to literally thousands of lies repeated ad nauseum on those sites, when there are much more important jobs to do – one of which is leading my life, and the other is keeping focus firmly on the puppet master, exposing his secretive operations, his career of dishonesty and abuses, and the money trail.


Speaking of which, the pisstake prophet, the bogan messiah, his arse-holiness himself, now has his own devotional website, complete with glamour photography and whole new set of fictions about his self-styled ‘integrity’.

If you must, visit via this link:

Keep a bucket handy.

March 7: @fieryenergy

A mysterious new Twitter account has shuttled in from Arcturus, and it’s just as Esoteric as Serge Benhayon, but ten times more fun.

I am The Way Of Livingness | Spreading Loveness | Breast Centred | I am The One | Open Neo-Esoterisist | Pro Evident Health | Reject Harmful-Theosophy

I like it so much I persuaded the rival Descended Maestro to post his, hers or its Twitter feed here on the blog – to the right of the page, immediately below the cult bashing music player. Do scroll through the whole thing. It’s a Glorious and joy-full sample of what can happen when the truly soul-full combines wit, discernment and a breast fixation into one post modern Twitter extravaganza of originals and retweets. Bravo!

UM Facts Team Deustche learning how to Spam Tweet UniMed marketing propaganda and defamation of critics.

The UM Facts Team game plan

Lung specialist and true believer, Dr Samuel Kim, selling occult quackery


Child safety worker Ariana Ray selling Esoteric integrity

March 5: Evolve College/Australian College of Massage – another commercial arm of Universal Medicine

Bride #1, Miranda, backstabs bride #2, Deborah Benhayon

Bride #1, Miranda, backstabs bride #2, Deborah Benhayon

If nothing juicily Astral happens this weekend, you’ll still have lots to read and kvetch about, what with the roll out of the big Australian College of Massage and Universal Medicine cult merger that is Evolve College. Over on the Accountability blog read up about how Evolve is flogging scam chakra-puncture as a ‘professional’ practitioner course, for pity’s sake – for eight grand. The publicity features most of the Benhayon family awkwardly jabbing each other, lol. I predict the next big roll out will be scam Esoteric Connective Tissue Therapy, and there’s a post all about its occult carry on, its Esoteric business plan, and how it elevates your initiation and the divine light of your soul, or something.

The Connective Tissue Therapy brings the light up from your inner most through the connective tissue and removes prana from the inside out. This allows you to be in the light of your inner most, and when you embody it you re-create your fibrous body.

Women’s Health Forum & schools alert

The Byron Shire Echo was brimming with advertising for UniMed cult members this week, including Wimmin in Busyness, Dr Anne Malatt and real estate agent, Gail Fuller. Over the page, Esoteric Women’s Health was advertising their ‘free’ Women’s Health Forum, where they scout for women with breast and gynaecological disorders, flog Esoteric Breast Massage and other money for nothing Eso-products to them, and then hit the cancer patients up for bequests. Because Esoteric ‘self-nuturing’ is learning all about how your partner’s male energy and your loveless choices will give you cancer if they haven’t already, and the only hope to avoid lifetimes wracked by disease and misfortune is to $ub$cribe to the Way of the Livingness religion.

If it’s not bad enough they’re advertising that tripe in the Echo, a reader contacted me this week horrified because her son had brought a flyer home from school for the dreaded Women’s Health Forum, to be held at the College of Universal Medicine compound at Wollongbar at March 21. Please all reading, I’m strapped for time. Let your local school know this is not on. Ask them why schools are promoting a predatory commercial religion and at least direct them to the UM Wikipedia page. Or download the schools notification document here.

Cyber-attack caution

There’s been some suspicious attacks on my email accounts, so if you’ve been in touch with me take care and lock down. Watch out for suspicious, out of character emails asking you to click a link to receive a voicemail or something. Use two step authentification where you can. Use unique passwords for your accounts, and maybe get some password software. I recommend changing your email password and using your on screen keyboard to do it. Log in with that as well. Some readers might not know how to find their on screen keyboard so if one of our helpers could post some directions for OSX and Windows here in the comments. Sorry, I don’t have time. Please don’t freak out if I don’t respond to emails. My personal assistant buggered off. Kept whining about doing something that actually pays…

FOI Nonsense

Hello Paula Fletcher, you’re as subtle as a sledgehammer as always, and about as intelligent. The cult, probably via Serge’s pet lawyer, Paula not on the payroll, has been spamming the government with Freedom of Information requests for official complaints I’ve lodged, as well as parliamentary correspondence and senate submissions etc.

Paula et Sergio, they’re hardly a national secret, dears. If you’d asked I would have sent you copies myself. I would have blogged them already, except Ron at the NSW Dept of Trade reckoned he was going to put our OLGR complaint online months ago and I’ve been waiting and waiting. If he doesn’t hurry up, I’ll post it to the cloud, with all the other documents you’ve requested, and link to them. Because if the cult’s upper rung parasites are going to pore over my complaints looking for something to defame me further about, then the public should have the opportunity to read them as well.

I’ve got nothing to hide, Paula. Perhaps we should do an FOI for the ACNC’s directive for Sergio profiting from the dissolution of the CoUM, and perhaps correct the fiction that the College of UM renewed its NSW fundraising authority while under investigation, when I have it from the horses mouth that they didn’t. But that’s a blog for another day.

In the meantime, Paula, unlike UM I have no problem with transparency. You can come and have rummage through my knickers drawer if you like. Bring Phoenix Global. I’ll invite some friends. We’ll watch…maybe buy a nice semillon, and some brie…

177 Comments on “UniMed Living victimhood, whining & gossip, March 2015”

  1. FBI checklist used to survey cult leaders for dangerous traits says:

    1. Has a grandiose idea of himself
    2. Preoccupied with fantasies of unlimited success and power
    3. Demands blind unquestionable obedience
    4.Requires excessive admiration from followers
    5. Has a sense of entitlement
    6. Is exploitive of followers by draining their money
    7.Exaggerated sense of power that allows him to bend the rules
    8. Sex is a focus or part of rituals
    9.Likes having the best of everything, materialistic
    10.Grandiosity and the need to be controlling is part of his personality
    11.Lashes out at criticism often through followers
    12. Anyone who criticizes or questions him becomes the “enemy”
    13. Has an answer for everything
    14. Is superficially charming
    15. Constantly assessing those who are a threat or those who revere him
    16. Is oblivious to how often he references himself
    17. Has no sense of guilt for any wrongdoing
    18. Never apologises
    19. Believes himself to be a chosen one
    20. Needs to control what others do, read, view or think
    21. Isolates, monitors and restricts sect members from family contact or the outside world
    22. Highly dependent on tributes and adoration of followers
    23. Uses enforcers to protect his world
    24. Conceals his background which would disclose ordinary or shady past
    25. Sees himself as perfection and blessed

    Need I go on!

    • Get Sirius says:

      Mind boggles how blinkered UM followers are : many criticise the impact of the abusive Catholic Church, yet seem oblivious to the occult morass under their own nose. Like children who’ve grown up in domestic violence situations, then gravitate into violent adult relationships (usually ensnared and duped by initial charm & flattery). We can help open their eyes with truth and strengthen, encourage and empower them to move into a healthy, safe situation.

  2. Duly noted. says:

    I note that Ms Greig in her blog publishes Ms Hansen’s original email to Serge Benhayon, and his reply, but while she makes mention of Ms Hansen’s reply to Benhayon’s email, does not publish it in full. I wonder why, in the interests of full disclosure, she chooses to do that? Could it be there is something in that email that may damage her flimsy arguments?

    I also note that writing in an over pompous style does not validate ones scribblings. Ms Greig, and an editor (and I use the term very loosely) on the Wikipedia page concerning Universal Medicine are rather fond of the expression “I note”. Coincidence? I think not.

    • WARNING says:

      here here!!!!!!

    • Lord of Form says:

      A lot of that editing goes on.

      Alison also like to splice comments together to make them sound nefarious. She’s also not sure who made them, but by using her forensic ESP she attributes them to whoever she dislikes the most that week.

  3. Hero says:

    When you have truth & proof on your side why be frightened of bullies?

    Don’t we ALL have a responsibility to protect others from this evil establishment and their endless fronts?

    • Good Advice says:

      “I don’t have a monopoly on pain,” she said. “Instead of being victims we can change it, and have our words speak for change. Then this pain might be a little bit worth it.”

      • Get Sirius says:

        For a healthy society, all have a responsibility to expose lies, harmful teaching, exploitation and other forms of abuse. Also to advocate for the most vulnerable. (Where as if you follow the logic of UM’s teachings, let victims suffer because they deserve it… also close down police stations, hospitals & child protection services).

        • Aragorn says:

          Like oil in water the truth will always rise to the surface, no matter who it is that lies or exploits others.

  4. Truth and love ... says:

    Jesus Christ:

    ” Hypocrisy … there is nothing concealed that will not be disclosed, or hidden that will not be made known …” (Luke 12:2).

    “Whoever exalts himself will be humbled and whoever humbles himself will be exalted…” (Matthew 23:12) (Luke 14:11)

    “Pride comes before a fall …” (Proverbs)

    “You are the ones who justify yourselves before men, but God knows your hearts…” (Luke 16:15).

    “… how often have I longed to gather your children together, as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, but you were not willing… “ (Mathew 23: 37) (Luke 14:34)

    “… the Spirit of truth … will guide you into all truth …” John 16:13

  5. WARNING says:

    Please ALERT YOUR GP’s to this Universal Medicine Health Con.

    Women’s Health Forum
    March 11 at 10:41pm ·
    Women’s Health
    Does your complementary health practitioner collaborate with your GP?
    Join a discussion about the responsibilities about collaborative health care by signing in on the Women’s Health Forum website.…/what-responsibilities-do-…

    Sign In
    A forum for our community to discuss issues in women’s health and the impact they have on women, men, families and the healthcare system.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Please make sure all of your stuff is optimised for tablets and iPhones please or Google search on mobile devices won’t find all this valuable info

    • Anonymous says:

      These blogs/pages used to have better rankings on Google, but with UM bombarding the net with 28 propaganda URL sites it’s ranking is now less.

      If you’re tech savvy and know a way to get other better ranked links directed here, or how to get UM propaganda URLs ranked lower than this site, then please offer assistance.

      UMs online propaganda machine is more powerful than what the main people here can achieve.


    • Esther says:

      Hello and welcome to the ongoing battle I’ve been fighting for two and a half years. Alone. The reason my blogs don’t show on Google search Australia is Paula Fletcher and Phoenix Global continue to make untested defamation and copyright infringement complaints to Google and Google continues to act on them.

      It’s censorship and our government allows it.

      It has nothing to do with SEO etc.

      In the past two years I’ve written to MPs including the federal attorney general and the communications ministers and legal experts. I believe they ignored me because I’m the only person writing to them. They don’t realise the implications. If cults can censor the internet, anyone with the wealth can do it. Corporate CEOs. Joe Hockey…

      Readers could help by writing to MPs and asking how Australian law allows Google to censor internet searches with untested complaints from cult leaders and their bent lawyers.

      The reason there is now a Wikipedia page about UM is because I contacted other web activists who Google had censored and that caused a big reaction – mostly from overseas critics.

      But to have this taken seriously the Australian government needs to hear from Australians.

      So will anyone write a letter or do anything, or am I wasting my time?

  7. Unbelievable says:

    Please correct me if I have misread this:

    ALL attendees at UM events MUST register?

    Check out the above link for the registration form!
    Why do they need your medical history? Who do they think they are? God? Yes.

    The only reason that they need all the other details is to hound you worse than telemarketers do.

    • Esther says:

      Jeez, I didn’t realise they were still doing that…

      They used to ask for HIV status as well, but probably were spooked by the big HIV lobby groups.

      Either way they’re collecting medical info so they can market Esoteric rubbish to the vulnerable. Their favourite is cancer patients. They can sell them anything and go after their deceased estates.

      • Get Serius says:

        Having such personal information is another way to manipulate & control … Esther do we write to just the Federal Govt or also the state? (Any one in particular?). An on line petition as well? This afternoon’s UM’s speel suggests a need to quell some sort of internal UM grumblings?! (Would love to be a fly on the wall)… Thanks again Esther for persevering with truth & demanding greater accountability / protection for the vulnerable.

        • Maquisard says:

          From personal experience when Serge Benhayon openly asks for questions, he uses you the questioner as a scapegoat. In front of a hundred or so people he derides and humiliates you, for his benefit alone.
          There is nothing more powerful to bring people together in a group – than a common enemy.
          Hating all who have spoken out against the cult Universal Medicine, has given purpose, meaning and united the REGISTERED members.

        • Get Serius says:

          Really? Would also intimidate from asking more questions 😦

        • Lord of Form says:

          It looks to me as if there is some disquiet about Universal Medicine now being a religion. Serge master plan is a religious charity, which has the benefits of less reporting to the charity commission, and more tax perks.

          As the members for years were told it was not a religion -in fact they were against religion- it looks like his 180 degree reversal hasn’t stuck as easily this time.

          Of course a lot of the members have sucked it right up like they do the other contradictions, but he needs full compliance if he wants to build the new world re-ligion and keep sucker punching his faithful into handing over their cash.

          It’s hard work this large scale conning, isn’t it Serge? But it does pay well.

        • Anonymous says:

          Yep there’s a bit of friction. The Mystic Dentist is lecturing the non-conformists with “Religion Universal Medicine”. Looks like the business is a religion more than TWOTL. Of course TWOTL can only ever be a quasi-religion if that.

  8. La Métempsycose says:

    It seems like there are two types of victims of Benhayon’s enterprise : those that believe in him and those that don’t who have, or have had, loved ones who belong to the latter camp. It also seems very clear that Benhayon feeds on the energies of both . Now it would appear that the interests of both types of victims are converging as the real truth about Universal Medicine comes to light. My advice to UMers would be to talk about your concerns about UM to someone outside the organisation whether a professional therapist or just a non-believing friend. And good luck !!!

  9. Esther says:

    Interesting…My take on the subscribers only ‘open forum’ was that it was strictly a PR exercise, albeit to convince the investors of the group’s religious open-ness.

    I have noticed though that there appears to be two camps – followers like the Mystic Dentist who has talked up her religion for a long time, and others who insist it’s not a religion.

    Which I find weird because they’ve been advertising themselves as a religion for yonks – talking up TWOTL as the One True Religion and applying for religious charity status. Sergio’s rants are now officially referred to as Sermons FFS.

    Are there any other indications of ructions? Anyone with their ear to the ground on this? What are you hearing?

    My guess was yesterday’s forum started with a gentle breath trance induction session, and then a long spherical ramble from his nibs ‘to follow the religion if they feel to’???

    I wish I’d gone now, even if it meant them calling the cops on me for thought crimes or intent to supply dairy products or something.

    • Anonymous says:

      Well it part of the plan and progress.

      He is now the Son Of God. He can stand on the W’bar Chapel mount and preach just like jesus.

      “Oh you are The One. We will follow your every word and every Truth. You are the true Living-ness.”

      • Anonymous says:

        And if your a ‘young female’ you can also get closer to God by leaving that bathroom door open whilst showering at the ‘house of the one’. He he. Nothing creepy about that is there!

    • Big Ears says:

      By the sounds of the conversation at the café this morning, things didn’t go too well on the recruitment front yesterday.
      “How did yesterday go?”
      “Not for me, I’m afraid.”
      “Oh what happened?”
      “All a bit weird actually. (missed bits……..) only went to shut L**** at work (……..) bugging me (…………..) creepy (……………..) for Serge to come on. Then the dancing at the end. (…….)weird. Not for me!”
      “Told you!”


      • Esther says:

        LOL indeed. I dunno though, for every ten of those who reject it is some poor soul who says ‘oh rilly? those amazing heeling symbuls come from Arkturus? OMG? where can i make a donation??’

        To answer Get Serius’ question above – I made a complaint with the Privacy Commission. They told me if anyone gave private info to Benhayon Corp and feels it has been shared or used in ways they didn’t authorise, they should make a complaint to the Privacy Commission. They may be entitled to compensation.

        Of course, Sergio’s gutter dwelling legal team have packed all their privacy statements with bullshit disclaimers, which may not be lawful. So don’t be intimidated if you signed a privacy statement. It may be in breach of Australian Privacy laws, and you should talk with the Commission anyway.

    • Big Ears says:

      Maybe the gentle and loving women who drive their Jags, BMWs and very expensive 4WDs down Converys Lane on the was to church for their ‘open forums’, might like to remember that Serge Benhayon does not own the road nor is it a one street, in and out.

      Those people who also use that road could be potential recruits. Showing your true faces outside the cult gates, and keeping your lovely faces for inside cult grounds doesn’t make sound business sense.
      Running people off the road who are going in the opposite direction, is starting to piss people off.

      Remember the love ladies!

      • Anonymous says:

        What their interpretation of “love” which is to treat all others outside UM with two-faced contempt?

      • Pranic Princess says:

        You forget, Precious, UM is selling ‘self-love’, which is why it appeals to those bitches. It was probably Desiree.

  10. Lord of that Forum says:

    UM’s (Esoteric) Women’s Health Forum managed to get a bit of fluff superficial publicity. But on that news page there has been some interesting comment debate (apart from the usual brainwashed pulp and wonderfull-ness comments).

    J Benjamin
    March 22, 2015 at 7:17 pm
    This group ‘Women’s Health Forum’ is run by ‘Esoteric Women’s Health’ which is part of the contraversial ‘Universal Medicine’ religious group. Disappointing that the people did not make this clear in the report.

    Jenny Ellis
    March 22, 2015 at 10:24 pm
    No controversy J Benjamin other than that conjured up by cyberbullies and trolls. Esoteric Women’s Health practitioners have a worldwide reach and number amongst them the most highly trained and esteemed professionals. Starting this sort of conversation is an essential part of moving forward when it comes to women’s health and the community starting to work together towards some true and sustainable answers. Universal Medicine is reversing the trend, all over the world and has valid and real answers for everyday people. Critiquing it without even being there is a ridiculous attempt to censure the vital contribution those involved can make to our health industry.

    Jackie F
    March 23, 2015 at 12:26 am
    Dear Jenny, you act somewhat passive-aggressive to that persons simple comment. It seems that the topics discussed by your secret group are not intended for or to be understood by the mainstream. Your “esoteric” group opposes involvement from the rest of society simply because it considers itself esoteric.

    es•o•ter•ic (ˌɛs əˈtɛr ɪk)
    1. understood by or meant for only the select few who have special knowledge or interest or for the initiates of a group; recondite.
    2. belonging to the select few.
    3. private; secret.

    Not too sure what you have “conjured up by cyberbullies and trolls” but it’s obviously not intended to be understood by the mere mortals reading this.

    Dr Beck Isaac
    March 23, 2015 at 12:59 am
    The commenter Jenny Ellis above has admitted that this New Women’s Health Forum is run by the clandestine religion Universal Medicine Pty Ltd, Esoteric Women’s Health and also the Girl to Woman Project. It is extremely dangerous for such a group to take on the role of spokesperson for the community’s health.

    As mentioned their hocus-pocus practices and medical explanations are ‘esoteric’ and occult in nature. That means they are intended to have slippery concepts attached to them intended to always be above any basic understanding of evidence based medicine. They make up their medical theories on the run.

    Avoid this Esoteric Women’s Health Forum group at all costs. They do not mean any good to come of their seemingly caring intentions. People risk making their conditions much worse by taking the advice of this Universal Medicine group.

  11. Esther says:

    oh well, I’ve posted two comments and NBN have chosen not to publish them yet. The annoying thing is I’ve sent them enough notifications over the years, and they’ve not covered anything that I know of since the RMRC cyberbullying conference flop. I didn’t send a notification for the Women’s Health Forum and whaddaya know, they covered it. I’m pretty sure they’re regretting their laziness in doing background research judging by the spike in pageviews on my blogs. Hard to argue with dozens of negative news reports, which Jenny Ellis calls ‘conjured’ controversy.

    Funny how she didn’t disclose her business association with UM.

    • Anonymous says:

      UM students and practitioners (sic) are the only ones capable of ‘conjuring’ up, they’re the esoteric magicians with special powers.

      Those who they despise, the other 99.99999% of the population, are unesoteric losers with no magical powers.

    • Get Serius says:

      Sparks flew but the esoteric nazis managed to silence the outraged brave … or has NBN blocked all further criticisms, as they have Esthers? (Revealing NBN’s UM allegiance and /or deep esoteric fear of retribution) … It seems that most UMers believe they belong to a happy, harmless health club unaware of it’s bizarre, insiduously harmful occult underpinnings. The level of ignorance is astounding.

  12. Eso diet that makes you fatter says:

    Some of the lovelies are packing it on judging by the FB pics. What’s the point of cutting out all that pranic dairy and sugar ymminess if your only going to get fatter?

  13. not for the mentally comatosed at UM says:

    Serges infatuation and obsession with himself, his egotistical and ruthless pursuit of gratification, dominance and ambition is the most obvious message from all of his websites.
    He truely has a god syndrome, he is a part of world history and he is convinced that his uniqueness is purposeful, he was meant to lead, chart new ways, reform, set precedents, create.
    Every act he does is significant, everything he writes is of momentous consequence, every thought revolutionary.
    What a heavy burden to carry, to be one so grand on this earth.
    Yes…… Narcissistic Personality Disorder is a vile and tortuous disease which affects not only the narcissist but forever changes the people who are in contact with him as they are destined to become his victims. They will be sucked voluntarily or involuntarily into the turbulence of his life, the black hole that is his personality.

  14. Get Serius says:

    Mental health wise, narrowing it down to: narcissistic and / or psychopathic personality disorder (no shame, remorse, empathy or insight) or schizophrenia / psychosis (delusions of grandeur, messages from imaginary friends, etc). Obviously many believe he is sane, so perhaps he is just an opportunistic & / or brilliant con man (which his emerging history, if true, most suggests).

    • Lord of Form says:

      That debates been going on for years. Many want to believe he is just pure shonk, but in order to keep a straight face he needs to substantially believe it I think. He’s also devoid of shame, humility or responsibility, clearly NDP traits.

      Personally, I think he is a calculating and delusional at the same time. He knows how it seems, but since he’s getting away with it, it fuels his delusions. However he has to act the right way for the members, so it shows a modicum of awareness of how he is perceived. It’s a mix of NDP and huckster. They’re companion disorders in any case.

      What I find the most disturbing is that his grandiosity is nearly as obvious as the sun on cloudless day, yet “psychologists” number more than a handful in the group. That’s a worrying sign that the training these people receive is somewhere between zero and nothing; and then they are let loose on unsuspecting members of the public who assume, wrongly, that they have insight.

      There’s psychologists in the northern rivers now who have declared their interest in UM. They’ve clearly got no concerns that Serge’s claim to special knowledge and his self anointment is indicative of a messed up personality. If he came to them as patients they might see him for what he is, but because he has a legion of faithful, they’ve made the same grave pack-animal error and fallen into group-think.

      I’d be alarmed if my alarm bell hadn’t worn out about a year ago.

      • cloak n dagger says:

        Best camouflage ever, easy to see with no blindfold on
        Psycho hiding behind peaceful psychologists
        Shonkster physician hiding behind Devine Doctors
        Lawbreaker hiding behind loving lawyers
        Dodgy money laundering behind creative accountants
        Predator hiding behind the image of a perfect family
        Lies called truths
        Bankrupt but cashed up
        Child now wife
        Wife now best friend
        Daughter now deputy
        Coach to guru
        Guru to god
        God to ……..

  15. Truth and love ... says:

    If SB claims to be equal with Jesus Christ (the only credible, evidence based Messiah in history) or God, he has a hard act to follow:

    Witness accounts and contemporary historians confirm that Jesus healed, claimed authority to forgive sins and raised the dead, including himself.

    Jesus respected women, fiercely protected children, strongly advocated justice for the poor / vulnerable, cared for / comforted / rescued / healed the sick, the disabled, the broken hearted and even animals.

    Jesus confronted, and had a dim view of politicians and “religious authorities”, especially those who’d claimed to know God, but oppressed and exploited the poor or turned His “house of prayer into a den of robbers” (Luke 19:46) (Luke 2:16). (Meek and mild he was not).

    Jesus lived modestly and asked for no money.

    Following are a small handful of Jesus’s unique claims:

    “If you hold to my teaching … you will know the truth and the truth will set you free …” (John 8:31-32)

    “… Every one on the side of truth listens to me.” (John 19: 37)

    “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me …” (Matthew 28:18-20)

    “… not everyone …will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only he who does the will of my father in heaven …” (Matthew 7:21)

    “The work of God is this: to believe in the one He has sent…” (John 6:29)

    “I am the way and the truth and the life. No-one comes to the Father except through me.” (John 14:6)

    “I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for his sheep.” (John 10: 11).

    “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life… not to condemn the world, but to save the world… Light has come into the world, but men loved darkness instead … whoever loves truth comes into the light…” (John 3: 16 – 20).

    “… neither do I condemn you… go and leave your life of sin.” (John 7:11).

    “… the Son … did not come to be served, but to serve and to give his life a ransom for many”. (Matthew 20:26-28).

    “Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, that you may be sons of your father in heaven…” (Matthew 5:44-45)

    “What good will it be for a man if he gains the whole world but forfeits his own soul …” (Matthew16:26) (Mark 8: 36) (Luke 23:25)

    (New International Version Bible).

    Can SB heal, raise the dead and love his followers enough to die for their well being? (For free?). If not, perhaps time for SB / UM to re-evaluate, fess up, change direction (see Esther’s accountability list), to know true love, peace, joy and respect.

    • Son of God? SB = B.S. says:

      The only similarity with Jesus is that SB claims he can heal, but that’s a lie.

      On all other topics Serge is pretty much opposite to Jesus, especially with regards to asking for money and accumulating wealth.

      So the claim is SB is a son of God but his attributes and actions are very much un-Jesus like. Perhaps others have a title for what that makes Serge?

  16. watchdog says:

    Orthorexia nervosa – p7 Courier Mail 24/3
    “Is very strict eating based on misguided beliefs about health that involves massive guilt and anxiety about food choices”
    “Those following diets created by unfounded claims of self-styled gurus are doing untold harm to themselves” qualified dieticians have told the Courier Mail.

  17. Aussie Lawyers ? says:

    First paragraph refers to UM. Other text seems to relate to other projects.

    • spam says:

      Hello, I might remove this link – it’s a spambot or something. I’m sure someone knows the technical term. They’re automated programs that harvest blog titles to populate Google search and draw you to sites advertising one thing or another. Has nothing to do with UM. WordPress has a spam removal service and the spam bin has plenty of bits and pieces like that – using the title of one of my posts.

  18. Anonymous says:

    Last year the easily misled people from the Mental Health Association NSW Inc included UM in their calender, Crows Nest event 7 Oct 2014.

    • FlowerPower says:

      Doesn’t do much for ones confidence in our systems here in Australia does it?

    • Lord of Form says:

      And what stands out is the College of Universal Medicine, a registered “charity” is charging for their “different way” of being. Most of the others are FREE events, with the exception of two or three courses offering a clear outcome- such as first aid certification and some points for professionals.

      So one of the only groups charging for their events is a supposedly not for profit charity run by a cult. Go figure.

  19. FlowerPower says:

    I still feel that Isaac Smith and Jenny Dowell are VERY sympathetic to Serge Benhayon.
    Isaac Smith is a Candidate with a difference, I cannot figure out really why he is a candidate.
    (here I am not talking parties I am talking people!) He works out of Serge’s premises.
    He was evasive when questioned.
    All I can say is that I am feeling concerned, my gut feeling is not good.
    Can anyone quell this for me? Or shed light as to why I feel this way?
    Earlier this week someone commented the only type of person Serge does not have is a
    Politician. So true.
    Think what that could possibly do to the Parliamentary Inquiry that questioned & noted UM.

    • Conflict of interest ... says:

      From what I’ve gathered (through chatting to him & what’s on Esther’s blogs), Isaac Smith is in a difficult position. He seems to have a genuine regard & respect for all. He aims to be politically sensitive & not discriminative. SB is his “landlord”, so there are conflict of interest / power issues. Will he have the courage & assertiveness to make a strong stand when he needs to? Time will tell. (A politician is unlikely to please all).

      • Lord of Form says:

        That’s an easy conflict of interest to solve. His, or the communities.

        As a representative of the people he should quit the cult compound without delay. As a politician he should be savvy enough to sense the community outrage at Universal Medicine. They might have a dozen or so vocal proponents, but you can easily find hundreds of regular folk who have nothing but disdain for the group. A little bit more digging and you can find scores of people in the area with nothing but negative commentary on Serge from interactions with him over the years.

        It’s not a difficult problem. A cult run by a dodgy character claiming to be the new messiah, or the community they put at risk for the sake of his business, which could be run from anywhere.