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.
In response to popular demand – more of UM’s back of house shenanigans. Forget ‘everyday healthy, self-loving choices’, soul-fullness and gentle-ness – the messages coming out of the ‘Debasing Evil‘ debacle are awash with vitriol. The Esoteric lovers of humanity insist on secrecy, and as usual characterize questioning and criticism as ‘hate’, ‘evil’ and ‘bullying’, with a crescendo of hyperbolic accusations that have to be read to be believed.
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Forget Universal Medicine’s money for nothing products and services, for years a major source of the multi-million dollar cult’s income has been donations. In 2011, cult leader, Serge Benhayon was moved to tears by his success at conning the Australian Tax Office into granting the College of Universal Medicine tax exempt charity status. However, we think it unlikely Benhayon informed the ATO of his enmity to education, altruism and charity as evidenced throughout his writings and rantings. Moreover, notes supplied by intellectually challenged Esoteric students reveal the quality of education we can expect from his sham college.
In more propaganda madness, Lee Green had his first period; Christoph Schnell says UM is the first religion to be SCIENCE; E. Walsh says seeing is believing because of Plato, and SERGE SAYS SO; and E.W. the cult cop (?) reckons it’s wrong to be right, implying it’s right to do wrong.
Whatever, Serge Benhayon doesn’t give a crap. He’s got Debby counting the money.
In February this year, Esoteric student and cult lawyer, Paula Fletcher of Universal Law solicitors, Mullumbimby, outed herself as a blog troll on the Universal Medicine Accountability site. The self-loving lawyer, thinking she’d signed in anonymously to defend one of the cult’s bent surgeons, answered Venus’s enquiry about how much money she’d made out of Universal Medicine cult damage with the famous line, ‘not on anyone’s payroll actually’. A couple of weeks ago we received a copyright infringement notice for using scanned images of Serge’s healing symbols sent to WordPress from, quelle surprise, Universal Law’s Paula Fletcher. In the following exploration of Esoteric my$tici$m we look at the supernatural sources of the cult’s wealth, and the enigmatic question of who is on the payroll on Planet $erge and who isn’t? And why not? Read the rest of this entry »