Universal Medicine real estate, reality tests and gossip August 2016Posted: August 9, 2016
August 19: Gail Fuller, Universal Medicine’s candidate in Byron Shire council election
August 17: College of UM undue influence dress ups
August 14: *Serge gives it away *More council election horrors *Census lol from the archive
August 10: *Vote for Universal Medicine cult for mayor of Ballina *Esoteric T-shirt
August 9 2016: *Benhayons’ property holdings *Caption comp winners
Keep it together all. The Benhayon real estate entry is staying pinned at top of page this month. Other posts will go beneath. I’ll address any complaints in the comments.
By deleting them. (joking)
According to little birds, a few months back, Serge finally shifted himself and Miranda out of his over-renovated lockup on Pineapple Rd to a 57 acre property south east of Lismore. Benhayon acquired the property for about $800k. Apparently he needed some room to play on his new tractor. The property came with an original four bedroom Federation style homestead, a pool and a decent sized shed. It seemed modest for the ‘world renowned philosopher’ and the planet’s only fifth degree initiate. But the little birds flitted back and said never mind the nice old house, Sergio was erecting a new $1m McMansion along the ridge. Interestingly, it’s not visible from any road.
On perusing the Google satellite image taken earlier this year, the Lord of Form is of the opinion $1m wouldn’t cover a build of that size. He thinks it’s more like two.
Let’s face it, in the last 16 years since Benhayon arose from the pedestal after the world’s most overrated dump, he’s made far too much money. We’ve seen he thinks nothing of robbing families of their inheritances. We know he has volunteers cleaning and maintaining his buildings, volunteers providing just about all the content for his 43 (and counting) official websites, and that his staff bully the flock to donate to his commercial overheads, as well as the purchase of buildings he owns. We know his commercial operations prefer cash, and he’s been known to call for anonymous donations. Shortly I’ll post a sensational update on UM’s bent charities, run exclusively to benefit him.
The bunker staff are making a project of tracing as much of his wealth as we can. Partly because lawyers make a very good living out of wealthy, narcissistic fools, and they like to know how much could be up for grabs.
In 2012, the Benhayons owned about $8m worth of property in their names – mostly in Serge’s. 2016, the holdings have changed here and there, and are now worth roughly $10m. (That we’ve found.) Serge’s largest holding appears to be the Converys Lane ‘College’ building. Given what we know, and the vigour with which the Benhayons work to wring every cent out of targets, we can assume he has substantially more. Benhayon has a hand in about 25 businesses and investment trusts (that we know of). We’re not sure of the extent of their holdings yet, but we can assume his personal wealth easily passes into eight figures. For example, we know the UniMed Brisbane premises, worth around $2m, is owned by UniMed Brisbane Pty Ltd, and that racket is 100% owned by Serge and his business partner, Susan Scully. How many tens of millions worth of property and other investments he owns through his companies and trusts is difficult to say. He may also have funds deposited or holdings offshore. Also difficult to quantify.
Bear in mind that although his flock is shrinking and they collectively have been bled of funds, a lot of his devotees have left Benhayon whole or substantial portions of their estates in their wills. So he will continue to have far too much wealth – at the expense of families.
Our 2016 accounting has the Benhayons in possession of 11 properties in their names, of which five or six are owned by Serge. The Benhayon names are on about 25 companies and trusts. Serge has his name on at least 14 of those.
Some of the 2012 listed properties were offloaded to Benhayon sycophants, including Universal Law solicitors, Paula Fletcher and Cameron Bell, physiotherapist, Kate Greenaway and exercise physiologist Danielle Pirera. The latter two also operate their practices from UM’s Goonellabah headquarters.
We can safely surmise that $10m in property is the tip of the iceberg. Adam Warburton is so impressed with the audacity of the scam he stopped by Serge’s house to express his ardent passion with a dozen roses.
Benhayon is making a big statement to his devoted donors and volunteers. While they work for nothing, lose their families, friends and dignity, and go into debt. Benhayon is making himself very comfortable with his captive, and his cache, and his views across the rolling hills of the Astral Plane. A vista that stretches out forever.
August 19: Gail Fuller, another cult candidate in NSW local council elections
Ray Karam isn’t the only Universal Medicine cult candidate hoping to win a local council seat on September 9. Another UM cultist, Byron Bay real estate agent Gail Fuller, is leading a team hoping for election at the Byron Shire council elections with some platform or other, she’s not sure what.
Last year we saw Fuller get herself appointed head of the Byron Bay Chamber of Commerce. Also, UM’s financial administrator, Deborah Benhayon, got lost between work and home in Goonellabah, 60km away, and found herself a seat on the CoC board.
It’s one of life’s great privileges to know and listen to Serge Benhayon and the wisdom he imparts for all. He is but a custodian of simple common sense, beautifully expressed and felt in every meeting.
Of all the presenters I have seen (and know personally) on the financial and well-being/health circuits, he is the only one who demonstrates the highest levels of consistency, support, ethics and integrity; his business and staff offer the same. As far as I’m concerned, Serge Benhayon is unique – he holds a torch in the darkness for all humanity. Truth about Serge Benhayon site
In some ways it might be interesting to have her elected to Byron Shire Council. It’s arguably one of the most ferociously contentious in Australia with major stoushes over environmental issues and development. When they’re not making national headlines for bullying, UMers are well rehearsed passive aggressors, but it’ll be fascinating to see how she’d fare. If she’s true to UM’s Esoteric form, she’ll be making accusations of ‘hate’, ‘abuse’ and ‘bullying’ as soon as she’s challenged, and publishing defamatory webpages about her opponents. That’ll keep her busy.
August 17: College of UM charity damage control
This weekend, UM holds its annual infantile regression pantomime.
Student’s Celebratory Ball
“Arabian Nights” … Egyptian Nights, Persian Life,
It’s timed to coincide with an arse-covering and undue influence session regarding the CoUM sham charity.
The College of Universal Medicine (CoUM)
Come and enjoy a College introduction and community dinner to celebrate the charitable activities of CoUM past and present, and discover opportunities for the future and how you can become a volunteer for CoUM and get involved.
Roast lamb will be provided and we ask that you contribute and share in our community dinner by bringing extra sides such as fish, salad and vegetables – (Please include a label listing all ingredients in your dish).
Schedule of Events:
10am – 11am: True Movement
11am – 12pm: Lunch Break
12pm – 1:30pm: The Way of the Livingness Sermon
1:45pm – 2:15pm: College of Universal Medicine Introduction
2:15pm – 4:30pm: UniMed Saturday Presentations
5pm – 6:15pm: College of Universal Medicine Community Shared Dinner ~ followed by Dance
6:30pm – 7:30pm: Concert and Celebration Dance
I’m due to write up this year’s charity updates, and Sergio and his sock puppet directors know what’s coming. Each charity will be glorified with its own post this year. The UK charity is in seriously deep doo doo, and I wouldn’t be surprised if it makes news in the UK. It’s that bad.
The announcement above made me laugh. Get the targets to dress in silly costumes, excited about their mid year blue light disco, and then schmooze them into more volunteer labour, as if they’re not already doing too much, and squeeze them for more cash donations to a charity that audaciously plugs Serge’s self-published occult conspiracy theories as ‘advancing education’.
Will Saturday’s information evening cover what my update will? Will the directors explain how Judith McIntyre intended to make her $1.3m+ financial gifts to the charity, so UM could have a ‘teaching hall’, but was persuaded to gift the money to Serge personally? Will they explain why? Will anyone ask about the timing of him winning the will case and then spending $1m+ to improve one of his private properties? Will they talk about how Converys Lane never will be the College building, and why Serge was prohibited by the charity commission from using charity funds to renovate the building he owns? Will they honestly disclose the charity’s problems with the Australian Tax Office?
August 14: Sergio giveaways, a UM first
Hell hath frozen over! Surely.
No one known to the Accountability bunker has ever witnessed an act of generosity of this magnitude from his Holiness, Serge Benhayon.
Never mind the fact it’s actually worthless, Serge gives away zilch! Yes?
He usually charges $120 to sit through that crap.
My clairsentience tells me something is deeply amiss at UM HQ.
What do you think?
Is he giving away Livingness tasters to bring in new recruits? I know he was offering a free trial to newcomers last year. A new reader took him up on it but found the control freaky sexism and inordinate amount time spent badmouthing me off putting. She looked me up to call and tell me, and never went back.
Perhaps he has to give it away to keep the remaining faith-full interested. We know they were baulking at donating to his marketing bills, and paying to watch him burble on video. He’s bled a lot of them to the point they’re in serious debt. While he builds his sprawling new pile.
Any other ideas?
A defector wondered if I’d go along, seeing it’s open to all. But I imagine if I try and book they’ll try and have me arrested for stalking. Again.
More council election horrors
We learned during the week Ray Karam isn’t the only Benhayon butt kisser running for a seat in Northern Rivers local council elections. Byron Bay real estate agent and ex Esoteric Breast Massager, Gail Fuller, is taking a tilt at representing Serge in Byron Shire. It’s hilarious really because Byron Council may be one of the most gladiatorial in Australia. I’ll write more on this soon. Seeing the UniMed cult’s run at local politics has caught the attention of some with a much wider readership, I’ll see what they have to say first.
Sergilieaks – census religious shenanigans
Last week the Australian Bureau of Statistics held its census epic fail, and I coincidentally stumbled across this email from Joel Levin in the archives. It dates from 2011, before the last census, and it made me chuckle.
From: UniMed <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, May 20, 2011 at 12:16 PM
Subject: To a fellow Student of ‘the Way of the Livingness’
To a fellow Student of ‘the Way of the Livingness’,
It occurred to me that we have an opportunity (albeit a temporal one, but nonetheless a great opportunity) to assist the work of Universal Medicine.
On census night (Aug 9th 2011) every household will be asked what religion the people in that house are. While Serge and/or Universal Medicine don’t need recognition to grow, gaining status as a religion would assist with charitable status and the like.
In talking with Serge about this he has put forward “the Way of the Livingness’ as the religion for the new era.
Should people from around Australia make the choice to nominate this as their religion, the Bureau of Statistics will record its existence for the first time on earth.
As a point of interest the Bureau of Statistics slogan for census night is ‘shed some light on census night’ …. this we can all do, for it is what we do.
Yeah, I had a bout of gastro and conceived the Numinous Unicorn Temple of Tits & Esoteric Rubs. Or NUTTER. So if anyone still hasn’t filled in the form, and feels from their innermost they’d like to adopt a less expensive and dictatorial ‘religion’, put that down, and we’ll see if it outranks the Church of Serge.
Aside from that, UM did pitch for charity status as a religion and failed. They tried running a charity for ‘advancing education’ and that failed too. I’ll blog about that soon.
August 10: Ray Karam running for Ballina mayor representing UniMed cult
Anyone who gave Karam the benefit of the doubt that he would be representing the ratepayers of Ward A in the Ballina council elections can kiss that ta ta. I’ll add this to the post on his mayoral pitch as well. UniMed cult propagandist, ex police officer, current police time waster, Benhayon yes artist, Ray Karam’s pitch for mayor is 100% backed by the Universal Medicine cult. The following email to the ‘student body’ urges volunteers to assist his campaign. So multimillionaire shyster, Benhayon and cronies can run the council by proxy, and get lots of favours for his bent enterprises and developments.
A reader also sent in this happy accident found in a top class op shop. She might have to fight Natalie Benhayon for it though.
Caption competition winner
Obviously, we have a winner for the caption comp. It was an agonizing decision for the judging panel. A scuffle ensued and there was some hair pulling between Princess and the Lords of Form. For the headline caption at the top of the page, congratulations to RJM. He wins his very own defamation claim bought by Serge Benhayon. Second place went to Old McDonald for elaborating on RJM’s highly original theme, shown below. Old Mc wins a front row seat at the trial, but I’d like to remind all spectators that munching popcorn is not allowed in the public gallery. And no photography, phone calls, heckling or loud guffawing. The judging panel couldn’t decide on third place before the police arrived and carted half the panel away so that will have to suffice. Thank you all for your outstanding entries. They warmed the cockles of my loveless heart.