Universal Medicine Exposed all right – gossip, misleading advertising & hilarity May 2016Posted: May 11, 2016
25 May – Teachers are Gold for cult groomers: Universal Medicine’s school incursion flop + Naming Names UM cult teachers
22 May 2016 – bent testimonial & misleading promo special
11 May 2016 – New Universal Medicine Exposed website. Truly!
May 25 – Teachers are Gold for cult groomers
UM couldn’t innovate their way out of a bowl of pea soup, but continue to flog banal garbage, like ‘self-care’ to school teachers and wonder why everyone is so disinterested. ‘Self-care’ is the pitch they’re using to fool dimwitted teachers into joining the cult. Teachers, of course, lend a false sense of safety to UM’s mass predatory child grooming program. With the assistance of UM’s compromised doctors.
The good news is apathy is the least of UM’s problems. Not only is that pitch not working, but authorities, schools and the public are getting pretty sick of their aggressive, recalcitrant attempts to infiltrate schools and target juveniles without disclosing their backing or harmful, grubby agenda. They’ll probably try to blame me (again) for Michael Benhayon getting ditched from a national education conference, but I promise they have no one but SergeCorp to blame. He was thrown out due to attendee complaints, well before any of us were aware he was even there.
Unfortunately, nasty Sarah Davis and Rebecca Asquith et al weren’t turfed out of the Positive Adolescent Sexual Health conference, inflicting themselves on kids without disclosure of their cult backing. Read all about it, and my new Naming Names list of UM teachers, education & childcare workers at Teachers are Gold, children are rubbish.
And I’ll say it again. UM doesn’t get blacklisted because Esther says so. I have no influence over Health Ministers and school principals etc. It’s the documented predatory garbage Benhayon produces that talks.
Would you want your child near some creep who touches people’s crotches, calls it ‘healing’ and carries on like this?
May 22 – UM’s bent testimonials & misleading advertising misadventures
Last month, the UM Facts Team commandeered Martin Gladman’s email account to send me pseudolegal threats on my use of Martin’s ‘false testimonial’.
I guess we all knew he was lying when he said I was able to #cyberbully a multimillion dollar org, and their lawyers, and their Esther Bashing committees…
Anyway, you’d think Alison Greig would know better. She used to lecture in Trade Practices law. On planet Earth. Back before she sat on a symbol that transported her to Arcturus – where doubt, and even the seeds of it, doesn’t exist.
— Alison Greig (@AlisonGreig36) April 23, 2016
It reminded me of UM’s testimonials on shonky Esoteric healing from business associates and practitioners. The use of testimonials in advertising registered health practices is prohibited. For good reason. Anecdotes are misleading because they’re useless in determining efficacy. That hasn’t stopped UM’s registered associates, like Dr Maxine Szramka, from talking up ‘miracle’ cures on the UM sites. Or Dr Samuel Kim from publishing his ridiculous anecdotal study of Esoteric Lung Massage. Or Kate Greenaway’s study of Esoteric Connective Tissue Therapy, where she edited out the occult bullshit fed to UM’s investors.
In 2012, UM erased unsupportable claims about Esoteric Breast Massage being effective for gynaecological disorders from the EBM website. The ones described as ludicrous by Professor of Medicine, John Dwyer. That misleading advertising is expected to get an airing at the defamation trial. But they’ve begun repeating the claims in testimonials from associates. Heather Pope is an EBM practitioner claiming EBMs miraculously relieved her endometriosis related pain.
After some months of dedication to myself, and the continued support from the EBM Practitioner I found that although my menstrual pain was still present, it was significantly reduced. The amount of medication I needed had reduced by half to a typical 6 painkillers a month. With further EBM sessions it reduced even further and on many cycles I now had only 2 painkillers.
This was an absolute miracle in my life. UniMed Living
Of the 11 EBM testimonials on this page, four are from EBM practitioners, three of whom are UM company directors. Another four are from contractors/employees. One testimonial is from a bloke. Then there’s the Chakra-puncture testimonials from UM associates and practitioners.
But the most hilarious are the ones from the Healing Symbols website:
I experienced a removal of pain in various parts of my body – knee, head etc.
I experienced a clearing of my computer energy field, my mobile phone and various pieces of jewellery.
~ R. P., Byron Bay, Australia
My 7 year old grandson woke up crying and choking with asthma…I placed the Removalist 1 symbol under his car seat and by the time we reached our destination, about 10 minutes later, he was very surprised that his asthma had completely gone, he usually takes 2 days to recover. Nowadays both my grandchildren choose a symbol to sit on whenever they are squabbling or out of sorts and they are aware of the calm that is restored.
When I have pain in my hips (mostly caused by doing too much) I place the Extractor 3 under my sacrum and allow myself to rest, usually for about 20 minutes, and I experience how the pain leaves and gentleness calm and a sense of well-being is restored…
~ Y. L., Byron Bay, Australia Healing Symbols site
The Healing Symbols are also headed for the Supreme Court, as part of the contextual truth evidence of false healing claims.
That’s just the testimonials, but who knows where to start with UM’s misleading conduct. We could start with Sergio naming a harmful organisation that employs no medical personnel ‘Medicine’. Or omitting UM’s backing from promos of its numerous front groups and events. I’m sure you can all think of plenty more examples, but my favourite would have to be the ‘millions of viewers’ promised to Natalie TV advertorial crowdfund donors and advertisers.
And of course this priceless presentation flyer for Serge Benhayon, ‘world renowned philosopher,’ with ‘Universal Medicine Therapies, teachings, readings and books inspired and delivered by Serge have transformed the lives of literally thousands of people.’
Yep. Turned them to crap.
Tickets for that show were $80 each.
May 11 – Universal Medicine Exposed all right
Oh stop it already, Alison & Desiree etc! Look, this morning I got up to an email with a link to the new Universal Medicine Exposed website and pissed myself so hard I thought I was going to drown.
I mean, really. I’m up to my eyeballs. This madness never stops, LOL! Will we ever exhaust the bottomless font of hilarity that is the Powerful. Sassy. Sexy. Delicate. Brides. Of. Serge.??
I take my eyes off SergeProp for six months or so and the TEAM feels around in their innermost and dis-covers the fictitious *facts* and projected hostility site wasn’t doing the trick, they look like pillocks, and the ever growing Debasing Evil committee hatches a cunning plan to launch a professionally photographed PR pastiche of cult madness which they duly name Universal Medicine EXPOSED. Lols all round.
HENCE this site’s name change. (If you’re new to this mess, this site was first named the ‘Facts about Universal Medicine’ until UM launched one with the same name. I changed this site’s name then to ‘Universal Medicine Exposed’.) And I can always test drive a few other loveless and in pain name changes over the next few initiations.
Sometimes I lovingly stop and ponder, should I really be having this much fun with a group of sourpusses who are out to destroy me? Who can’t even look me in the eye?
They make it too easy. Scores of them work round the clock on forty something or more – the Lords of Form only know – websites, to try and achieve a Google ranking I maintain on my own just by taking the piss out of them for a few hours a week, lol.
Who we are and how we live has been misrepresented in the media and online by a small group who have little or no experience of the truth of who we are. Universal Medicine Exposed
They still feel ‘misrepresented’ by a small group in spite of hundreds of them presenting themselves with compulsive self-loving exhibitionism on 40+ websites, hundreds of thousands of comments and social media shares, and via their concerted antisocial histrionics and spite.
Exposed they are.
But in all seriousness, it’s a cautionary tale. This is what happens when you believe personal development occurs via painting one’s nails, gentle breath bitching and having wowser busy bodies rub your breasts. If you spend your time worshipping wackjob con artists; if you’re rostered for hours per day to Google skip between UM’s propaganda sites, secreting repetitive ‘true expressions’ by rote; if you’re congratulated for gullibility and promised rewards of higher initiations for trying to boost someone else’s cash flow via manipulated Google rankings – and thinking you’re protected by a scam artist’s lawyers and money as long as you lockstep clone-like to his Esoteric way – this is what results.
The unisex Brides of Serge lanquish online, exposed as tragically barren of insight, ideas and humour. They’ve cut themselves off from authentic creative challenges, from criticism, from probity, from nuance, from ART. All that’s left is lifeless PR blurbs and a masquerade of infantile dress ups and philistine wealth. Not an atom of redemptory imagination between them.
From Cyrano de Bergerac. (It’s called culture, Alison 😉 )
Benhayon v Rockett May 2016 unofficial update
We’re awaiting the Judge’s determination on objections to my defence, in which Benhayon’s SC attempted to have my contextual truth defence struck out.
Did I mention the bogan empress of irony, Alison Greig, skulked into court on Friday with his nibs and his tremulous pet wife? None of them could look me in the eye. For some reason. I didn’t see much divine light of the soul in their grizzled visages.
While we await the decision, I’ve posted an unofficial update with video where I talk about what went down in court.