Time, space & brainwashing – UniMed Living gossip August 2015Posted: July 30, 2015
*August 7 – Going Clear Doco
*August 3 – The decline of UM, plus Lismore People’s Choice Business Award Groundhog Day
*July 30: Going Clear – Scientology and the Prison of Belief review
*Wikipedia sour grapes & other social media silliness
End of July and Sergio is in Sydney to launch his latest tome, Time, Space and Everything – a rehash of his other seven volumes of derivative, incoherent trash that cult members have to read four or five times before they ‘get it’. In the meantime, Esoteric Women’s Health continues to sell Esoteric Breast Massage & Women in Lyingness magazine via events in Sydney and Melbourne, in new venues, seeing they were thrown out of the Queen Victoria’s Women’s Centre. And scam Lovelife TV was supposed to launch its crowdfunded Natalie with Love advertorials this month, but has been delayed again.
August 7 – Going Clear
The full doco is available at this link: https://youtu.be/52MqOuh-MBg It can’t be embedded for copyright reasons.
At one point in the second hour I was thinking how normal all of the ex Scientologists look – and their wives – as you’ll see in the interview with Anderson Cooper; but I almost had to slap myself at the insanity of the mess they got themselves into. It is one of the most bent things I’ve ever seen – matched only by the UniMed mess.
The insanity of UM has been a serious problem in getting attention and sympathy from the public. Anyone whose never dealt with a cult before struggles to comprehend the madness and stupidity of UMers. A common response that many of you have probably encountered is why bother trying to do anything about these stupid, abusive fools. ‘If someone is stupid enough to join a cult that’s their problem.’ Etc.
But we know. The behaviour of cult members is insane, stupid, hostile and impossible to be endeared by. That’s how comprehensive this scam is. Garden variety scams are just after money, and sometimes the satisfaction of duping someone, but Serge and Scientology also rob their victims of dignity, reason, character, humour, relationships, health, and sometimes their lives. And the targets are so brainwashed they’ll try to convert others, and drag their kids into it.
That’s why we bother.
August 3 – UniMed Living’s dying business & the Lismore cult members’ choice award
Saturday night, UM won the Lismore Chamber of Commerce People’s Choice Award for the second year running thanks to cult members spamming the votes again, and in spite of complaints about last year’s award from a bunch of us, including Lismore City Councillors.
Interesting that other Chambers – Ballina, for example – don’t have a People’s Choice award because they’re ‘too easily manipulated’.
What is more interesting is that UM held two events over the weekend and both showed their business is shrinking. The cult is saying Esoteric Women’s Health marketing event, Women in Livingness Melbourne, pulled 140 punters – some of whom were blokes – a significantly smaller number than last year and 30 less than the same event in Melbourne in February.
Serge also launched his 8th volume of death worshipping New Age mumbo jumbo, ‘Time, Space & All of Us’ in Sydney to about the same number.
Both events were overwhelmingly populated by the longstanding faith-full – ready to pounce upon and love bomb the sense out of any fresh meat.
Three years ago, Sergio the bullshitter boasted he had 2000 followers. He used to regularly perform for crowds of 3-600. Those days are over. I’m estimating the total number of subscribers at around 700 at present. About 400 have ditched common sense and are teetering between serious dependency and the flight instinct. The remaining 300 are lifers – those who are in over their heads and will cling to Serge through his most outrageous bullshitting, scamming and predation.
Whatever happens we can safely conclude that the propaganda and bullying explosion – the public display of nastiness, censorship and stupidity – on more than 28 websites no less – has backfired. Badly.
Whatever credibility UM had was killed off when they launched UM Facts, and now business is in serious decline. Spamming the internet with my name – inviting their targets to check my blogs for themselves, and recently protesting incessantly that they’re not like Scientology, lol, wouldn’t have helped. It’ll take a lot more than Natalie Benhayon’s unconvincing ‘single by choice sex bomb‘ gyrations to save the biz.
It was always my mission not only to expose the secrets and lies, but to flush the cult out – get the vile Brides of Serge to show their true colours publicly – and it’s worked.
July 30 – Going Clear
Byron Shire residents can still scuttle along to see the Scientology exposé at Palace Cinemas Byron Bay until August 5th. It lives up to the reviews, and footage of the Scientology glamour version of Hitler’s Nuremberg rallies alone is worth the price of the ticket.
I’ve blogged about the strong parallels between Scientology and Universal Medicine, and as we saw, SergeProp’s response was a spray of social media hysterics and dead agenting, including several blog posts that didn’t address a single point I raised. I didn’t need to read them to know that, by the way.
The basic parallels are that both cults deceive new customers with promises of health and psychological benefits, and then insidiously indocrinate them with occult and extra-terrestrial horse shit and pseudoscience. Cultists develop a behavioural dependency on commercial practices that promise to ‘clear’ imaginary energies and entities. The more they’re cleared the more there is to clear, and the more they are indocrinated to believe there will be worldly and other worldly consequences if they quit, question or criticize. Both cults speak a language of jargon where words are given idiosyncratic meanings. Both make enemies of critics, and attempt to vilify and silence those who leave or question. Both justify destroying individual personalities, as well as families for the advancement of the cult. Both cults whinge about religious persecution while actively abusing followers and violating their human rights. Both are operating tax exempt charities, that are nothing more than commercial scams.
My takeaways from the documentary: The extent of violence and torture the Church inflicts on its followers to keep them in line is truly appalling. John Travolta’s former personal assistant, Spanky Taylor, gave a harrowing account of how she had to abduct her own ill baby from cult ghouls. It was also remarkable that the Church turned on its highest level bullies in the last 10 years, subjecting some of them to the same or worse punishment they’d dealt to underlings and critics. There are parallels there with the madness of the final throes of the Third Reich and some of the recent behaviour in North Korea. Communities of bullies eventually turn on each other. It’s proven to be a major miscalculation for Scientology, because those high level ex followers are the ones with the most damaging information, and the least to lose in sharing it. It’s what awaits inevitably for cult arseholes like Alison Greig, Desiree Delaloye, Rebecca Baldwin and Sarah Davis, who are so conditioned to dishing out hate, they will eventually cannibalize each other.
Won’t that be a spectacle of love and truth.
HBO hired 130 lawyers to oversee the final production of Going Clear, which means some very damaging accounts were omitted – possibly due to a lack of ex followers willing to put their names to corroborative accounts. Ex Sea Org ship’s captain, Hana Whitfield’s story didn’t make it into the doco, but her account of Sea Org tortures, including the torture of children, is shocking. After 22 years in the cult she finally escaped with nothing but the clothes she was wearing and had to beg for food. (See YouTube videos below)
L. Ron Hubbard (and Tom Cruise) are also revealed to be more bonkers than even I had thought. It appears Hubbard was delusional enough to believe his own fiction, and towards the end of his life unsuccessfully sought psychiatric treatment. The question about Serge’s level of delusion and whether he believes his hogwash is still an open one, and will probably keep us debating until he finally dumps his prana (and takes a few others with him).
In terms of further parallels with Universal Medicine, Hubbard was also revealed to have a death wish a la Sergio – regarding his physical body as holding him back from reaching higher levels of Operating Thetan. I had also wondered about the trance inducing potential of Scientology practices, including ‘auditing’; and actor, Jason Beghe, spoke of having cathartic, out of body, and euphoric experiences. That is another strong similarity with UM’s Esoteric Healing practices, where cult members go into altered states of consciousness while engaged in hands on healing and ‘gentle breath meditation’, emptying their minds in order for Serge to fill them with his lurid, nonsensical suggestions.
‘Only donate if you feel to’.
The euphoria is part of the draw of these groups, tricking followers into thinking they are having transcendental or spiritual experiences, when really they are fairly ordinary perception manipulation techniques.
Ex Scientologist and Hollywood film director (Million Dollar Baby), Paul Haggis described the bait and switch deception of both cults, saying that Scientology tells followers that it’s the Bridge to Total Freedom (as UM claims its teachings are about ‘free will and free choice’). They’re deceived with the promise they’re free to think as they please, but of course they’re told precisely what to think, and then threatened with consequences if they don’t.
UniMed Living shills continue to attempt to whitewash the Wikipedia page – unsuccessfully – and apparently the editor Choose12 has tried to blame all the negative attention on Lance and I. Again. Remember when Alison Greig had me ‘in bed with the Private Eye’, lol, running the UK charity commission, and manipulating a dozen independent media organizations? She got so excited she had to ‘sit on a clearing symbol‘. Apparently I’m now running Wikipedia and manipulating all the editors to portray UM unfavourably as well. Amazing how much clout I have. At no point does team Choose12, which is likely to consist of a committee of UM’s finest LOL minds, consider that people dislike the cult because they publicly behave like arseholes, and that news orgs report on evidence, not hearsay. Bullying and harassing critics is only part of UM’s persistent arse-holiness. 28+ websites brimming with mindless occult garbage, false advertising, pseudoscience, clair-sentience, bad taste and insanity doesn’t help their case.
— Esther Rockett (@EstherRockett) July 30, 2015
Wikipedia is not the trustworthy resource you may think it is – The ‘Undue Weight’ of Truth on Wikipedia https://t.co/98EDaqyevx
— Paula Fletcher (@paulafletcher11) July 19, 2015
Speaking of whom, Paula Fletcher is happy to borrow from my Twitter feed to try and make herself look more liberal.
She apparently watches my online activities with obsessive interest, and likes to pretend to care about human rights, while issuing false copyright and trademark infringement notices to have my blogs censored, exerting undue influence on her clients to join the cult, and encouraging her cult clients to make false legal accusations of abuse. The same woman sent her mid teens daughter to stay in the home of a bloke whose wife first moved in with him at 14, and who rants about sexual violence and paedophilia in front of kids. In spite of that bloke now being father in law to her daughter, and her acknowledged religious guru, she sees no conflict of interest in acting as his legal representative. But Wikipedia is biased. So is the mainstream press she likes to Tweet, and pointing out the cult’s manipulative sexual double standards, and their inappropriate behaviour with kids makes me a wowser.
— Esther Rockett (@EstherRockett) July 30, 2015
We’re getting used to this aren’t we. Esoteric sexiness has had the sex wrung out of it; the Livingness is a death drive, Esoteric love plays out as hate, Esoteric truth is bullshit, defamation and lies, and Esoteric healing is harmful. From the cult that teaches followers to trust their ‘feelings’ over facts.
You gotta laugh at this. ‘The real essence of a woman is who she is on the inside’, says cashed up underachiever with no qualifications, from under an inch thick layer of make-up, who sells money for nothing Eso Women’s Health crap by jiggling her bottom and claiming to be ‘sexy’. And from all reports has the personality of a cactus – especially when she doesn’t get what she wants.
If your demeanour is any indicator of your ‘essence’ Natalie, it’s no wonder the cult of Natalie isn’t catching on.