Universal Medicine’s Esoteric cult leader, Serge Benhayon, likes to cast himself as a successful businessman, but he’s not forthcoming about his devious means of accumulating wealth. Email communiqués from his personal assistant, Desiree Delaloye, and business partner, Brisbane accountant Susan Scully, show how UM misleads ‘investors’ into funding company assets, and then charges them to use them.
The Sound Foundation charitable trust’s AMAZING generosity – recruitment drives targeting health workersPosted: February 26, 2014
In October 2013, Universal Medicine’s UK charity, the Sound Foundation, in Frome, Somerset was issued an action plan by the UK Charity Commission over issues of public benefit and trustee conflicts of interest. In other words, the cult was busted running a tax exempt sham and given a deadline to start acting like a legitimate charity – by spending money in ways that benefit the public rather than the Benhayon family of bullshitters and an assortment of hangers on. Given that the charity’s income in the year ending September 2012 was £1.2M and the charitable spending that year amounted to a piddling £74K, we were hoping for big things before the deadline of May 1. But nuh. The maternity unit at Frome Community Hospital were given a few chairs…For the staff. And we know why the cult likes to butter up medical staff.
Wikipedia says ‘Charitable giving is the act of giving money, goods or time to the unfortunate.’ According to our favourite anti-cult guerrilla, the Lord of Form, Sergio Reverso Benhayon ‘considers the act of charity in how he receives it, not how he gives it.’ On Planet Serge, charity is all about benefit to Serge. He says as much in the College’s publicity, and sadly, his followers will continue to give. And give.
Esoteric Breast Massager and editor of cult leader Serge Benhayon’s self published tomes, Gabriel Conrad, had a profound and soul-full revelation at the 2012 UK Livingness retreat: multi millionaire Serge doesn’t have enough cash!! In the following fiery appeal to the faithful for evermore funds, Conrad gushes over Serge’s amazing GENEROSITY in allowing his students to pay for renovation of his property. She then plugs the spiritual benefits of donating to the guru’s tax exempt commercial scam with the fiction that students will ‘own our own building’ and that doing so is in defiance of the evil, conspiring, Astral Cult.
Whatever. One wonders if she’s emailed the faithful to tell them the Astral Cult, in the form of the UK Charity Commission, has the Sound Foundation under the microscope, and Serge’s UK church is at risk of losing the lot.