Simon, usually known as Rebecca, finally developed the Esoteric courage to scurry out from behind the password protected, ‘true expression project’ moderated SergeProp battlements. He left a couple of comments on a recent post falsely accusing Lance of making threats of violence. Simon, his wife Rebecca Asquith and his colleagues on the UM Facts Team have published scores of false and defamatory webpages about Lance – merely because he spoke with the media and made official complaints. The same people dishing out false accusations, beatify their sleaze-bag guru, Serge Benhayon, a bloke who recommends beating kids.
UPDATE: Asked to address the real issues, the Asquiths had nothing to give. UPDATE JULY 4: The Asquiths’ empty histrionics are a waste of blog space, so I’ve booted them a few notches down the blog. The gutter would be more suitable but given their brief and unillustrious visit proves (again) their hopeless incapability of accounting for themselves, the content will remain online.
22 June 2018 *Supreme Court orders plaintiff’s further discovery
16 June 2018 *UM’s latest panic censorship *Girl to Woman Festival flops in Melbourne & dodgy photography waivers *Feral hypocrisy Unimed style *UM political candidates’ consistent failures
9 June 2018 *Legal update – approaching trial *Accountability pending
Universal Medicine is marketed as an esoteric healing organization and religious community, but religious fervour is only one of the factors keeping followers aligned with its commercial Way of the Livingness. (UPDATE: UM made their fourth bogus copyright infringement complaint about the videos in this series to get them taken down temporarily from YouTube. In the meantime, watch the the intro and other four episodes on this playlist – the material UM doesn’t want the public to see.)
Recordings of Universal Medicine’s Way of the Livingness events reveal the supernatural beliefs that pose a challenge to healthy relationships.
UPDATE: UM contractors The Co-Creative lodged a second round of groundless copyright infringement complaints to YouTube and had 3 episodes taken down.After I issued a counter notification they deliberately stalled to keep them down. The full playlist of videos has been restored, with more to come.
The corporation behind Esoteric Breast Massage pitches questionable products and services to women and girls with their unconvincing and confused ‘True Sexy’ gimmick.
Video recordings of Universal Medicine’s Way of the Livingness events and other UM marketing materials give insight into the workings of the Goonellabah based commercial occult religious conglomerate. UPDATE: UM contractors The Co-Creative lodged a second round of groundless copyright infringement complaints to YouTube and had 3 episodes taken down. After I issued a counter notification they deliberately stalled to keep them down. The full playlist of videos has been restored, with more to come.
Universal Medicine’s Way of the Livingness events give insight into the workings of the Goonellabah based commercial occult religious conglomerate. If you only watch 2 episodes in the series, I recommend this and Episode 1 on Mystifying Sex. They are essential viewing. Watch my blogs and social media for updates to the series.
Episode 2 looks at Universal Medicine’s ‘wellbeing’ beliefs and practices and the uneasy relationship between adherence to the Way of the Livingness and maintaining and improving health. UPDATE: Serge Benhayon and UM contractors The Co-Creative lodged a second round of groundless copyright infringement complaints to YouTube and had 3 episodes taken down. After I issued a counter notification they deliberately stalled to keep them down. The full playlist of videos has been restored, with more to come.
8 March 2018 – International Women’s Day special – Eunice Minford on Esoteric Breast Massage
16 March 2018 – quick legal update
23 March 2018 – *Birthday gossip *UM dumps on Vietnam
January 10 saw the launch of my YouTube documentary series, Unpacking Universal Medicine & The Way of the Livingness. I gave a critical analysis of Universal Medicine using publicly available video footage, texts and images. It set Goonellabah’s Esoteric empire ascramble and Unimed had its minions fire off bogus DMCA copyright complaints faster than they could spill their pea soup. YouTube removed the Intro episode and Episode 1 that I’d published. I lodged a counter notice, waited the required period, UM did not initiate legal proceedings and YouTube restored them.
UPDATE MARCH 1: The Co-Creative have made the same complaints, under penalty of perjury, about episodes 2-4. Episode 2 contrasts UM’s health claims with reports of health problems in the UM community. Episode 3 is about UM’s ‘True Sexy’ mixed messages in marketing its Esoteric Womens Health products. Episode 4 is about the impact of UM’s supernatural beliefs on relationships.
It’s that time of year again! The time when human beings get together to celebrate a year of doing our best through thick and thin, and to show gratitude for what and who we have. It’s also the time of year when UM’s Esoterics get together to not celebrate Christmas – when they go out of their way trying to make those who have to put up with them as miserable they are. So let’s raise our cups to not going down without a fight, duckies! Lets wind up the year with some more of the gobsmackers we love to share, with prana and Astral debauchery! And lets cast our thoughts to a blockbuster 2018 – to loading the cannons and striding to the breach my friends.
UM promoters, Ray Karam and Gail Fuller have been questioned by The Echo on their participation in online attacks on me. The Echo focused on a website attacking my professional practice, labelling me a ‘vicious cyber-bully’ with a ‘hate filled agenda’ and warning Byron Bay residents off my services. The attacks, however, are not confined to that site, but strewn across dozens of UM websites, and are not limited to vilifying me, but extend to anyone who’s put their name to complaints or public criticisms of UniMed and its inglorious leader, Serge Benhayon.
Plus, the Second Coming himself responded to questions from the Echo. With rote fictions.