*March 25 – Happy Serge Week®
*March 14 – mysterious vanishings
*March 12 – marketing ‘obedience’ at UM’s 2017 retreats
*March 8 – International Women’s day special – Esoteric Breast Massage testimonial
*Defence funding & general update
The bogus healing claims for Esoteric Breast Massage are headed for examination by the Supreme Court, and last month its inventor, Serge Benhayon, posted a video defence of the modality on Vimeo. Within 36 hours of me posting it here and critiquing it, it was removed, along with several other EBM promotionals. (They’ve since been restored to different links with restrictions on embedding.) I’ve compiled them into one video with commentary and a few expository facts Universal Medicine’s Esoteric Women’s Health had withheld. Benhayon’s bizarre apologism was yet another confirmation his women’s health modalities are a predatory fraud, and his attitudes to women are derogatory and sick. If he wasn’t successfully plying this garbage to the vulnerable and benefiting personally from large bequests from cancer patients, this would be written off as a bad taste joke. But it gets worse. This charlatan and his grubby business is receiving endorsements from enamoured medical professionals.
July 9: *Serge Benhayon’s religious hard sell – Sermon 23
*Sex & Serge Benhayon post
July 5: *Dirty dancing damage control – updated
July 4: *Struggling scams – Evolve College, UM and Scientology
*Cult parallels – UM and IS
June 24: *Serge Benhayon on underaged sexual violence
June 23: *Bent ‘support’ groups targeting the vulnerable
*Dead agenting – Scientology style
*All Rise & Tell Lies update
August 31: Cult doctors in the Daily Telegraph August 29: *Lismore City Council’s connections with UM *Esoteric Women’s Health tries it on in Melbourne *2nd Facebook page removed August 24: *UM spams votes to win business award *True Movement’s occult origins *Class action against UM August 19: Keeping UM out of schools August 15: Facebook page censored *This weekend’s relationship workshop *Welcome to the Naming Names page cult psychologists, Aimee Jeffreys and Jo Frare August 10: Esoteric Women’s Health Sydney recruitment push *Getting a grip on our press kit
Esoteric student notes tell us in 2010, unqualified 20 year old Natalie Benhayon took up amateur social work to perform a Universal Medicine conversion on adolescents and teens – pestering them to disclose sexual and other indiscretions and offering them and their parents an ‘alternative’ to their errant behaviour and miserable ‘pranic’ lives – join her Dad’s shonky therapy, molestation and death cult.
In an Esoterically explosive letter to the editor (now removed from the site) of the Byron Shire Echo, Real Media Real Change characterizes our exposure of facts about RMRC and our criticism of their deceptive publicity as an ‘attack’ by a ‘hate group’. They also say UM isn’t a cult, they’re not a cult front, they don’t deliver propaganda, and we’ve produced ‘absolutely no evidence whatsoever’. The same people call malnourished multi-millionaire genital palpater, Serge Benhayon, a man of ‘utmost integrity’ and ‘highly respected’.
Whilst they fan their outrage smokescreen, they continue to evade our questions about their financial relationships with Universal Medicine, and their promotion of a sexual predator and his commerce in abuse.