It’s always nice to see cult leader Serge Benhayon get the attention he deserves, and this week UK paper The Times looks at the recent family court ruling in the UK to protect a child from Universal Medicine, and Benhayon’s defamation fail in the Supreme Court of NSW.
Plus, I give a brief walk-through of the Sunday Night on Seven program on the UniMed cult – picking out a few details viewers might have missed.
Former Sydney tennis coach turned self-styled spiritual healer Serge Benhayon has suffered a spectacular loss in his Supreme Court defamation case against a former client, after a four-person jury found it was true to say he led a “socially harmful cult”, “intentionally indecently touched” clients and made “bogus healing claims”…
Ms Rockett’s solicitor, Stewart O’Connell of O’Brien Solicitors, said the verdict was a “victory against a Goliath organisation by a woman who refused to be bullied” and was a “vindication of Ms Rockett”. Sydney Morning Herald, 15 October 2018
Update: You can download a copy of the Supreme Court’s final determination at this link: https://www.caselaw.nsw.gov.au/decision/5c772e44e4b0196eea404c09#
I’ve also published an article on how to use the court’s orders to protect your community.
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.
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.
— Girl to Woman (@Girl_2_Woman) 6 January 2017
19 February – *Last weeks hearings *Glorious Music’s assault on the Adelaide Fringe Festival
12 February – *This week’s hearings – short hearing Raphael & Karam v Rockett 13 February, Benhayon procedural hearing on 17th
5 February – Friday’s procedural hearing deferred until 17 February
24 January 2017 – *Caroline Raphael & Ray Karam defamation claim *Selling esoteric palliative care *Girl to Woman Festival makeovers and online photo ops
Belief in invisible energies, spirits and entities is an integral part of Universal Medicine’s lucrative undue influence on followers. A blog by one of the firm’s employees walks us through how the UniMed leader exploited the paranoia of a depressed and anxious high school boy to convert him into a loyal propagandist. A follow up by NHS surgeon, Eunice Minford, shows how the cult’s health professionals enable the scam. Click to read the rest of the post at: estherrockett.com
September 18: *Gossip tidbits *New subscription: the Science of Bullshit
September 15: Both Ray Karam and Gail Fuller failed to be elected in NSW Northern Rivers local council elections.
September 11: *Ballina Byron Shire election – Karam maybe? Fuller, no. *Life is Medicine fun in Sydney *Serge Benhayon’s AMAZING compliance conscientiousness
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.
A reader made contact in response to UniMed’s propaganda department continuing to market fictions about cult parenting. Their disturbing revelation validates all over again our concerns about this nasty, perverse organization.