Universal Medicine’s sexual abuse apologism hits a crescendoPosted: November 11, 2014 Filed under: Bogus Therapies, cult apologists, cult children, denial, dishonesty, hostility to criticism, inappropriate touching, intimidation, megalomania, Propaganda, sexual abuse marketed as healing, student blogs, stupidity, top rung apologists | Tags: inappropriate touching 49 Comments
Complementary health conglomerate and religion, Universal Medicine, has launched what could be its greatest fiasco with an hysteria ridden public promotion of the molestation they call ‘healing’. UM’s Esoteric lynch mob, led by propaganda drill sergeant, Alison Greig, label our concerns about the organization’s predatory behaviours and our questions about the welfare of the most vulnerable members as ‘sexualizing’ and ‘dangerous to children’. The UM *Facts* battalion then justifies inappropriate touching with anatomical confusion, New Age quackery and testimonials from Serge Benhayon’s young female houseguests.
Universal Medicine cult gossip September 2014Posted: September 7, 2014 Filed under: cult apologists, Cult Characteristics, denial, dishonesty, Gossip, intimidation, Marketing, megalomania 50 Comments
September 24: College of UM Emasculation and Humiliation Course September 17: Dropkick journalist, Hamish Broome at it again *Cr Isaac Smith obfuscates September 12: Lance Martin talks about the decision on the College of UM’s Charitable Fundraising Authority Complaint September 9: Keep Universal Medicine out of Lismore City Hall September 7 2014: Schools invasion, local government questions and patient bashing
Cult dress upsPosted: July 29, 2014 Filed under: Cult Characteristics, denial, narcissism, Propaganda, stupidity | Tags: Universal Medicine Events 4 Comments
Last UniMed Saturday the cult held one of its dress up events. This year it was a B.C. Ball where cult members dressed up as ancient personages – perhaps imagining how they might have been important in a past life. Last year it was the masked ball, another pantomime of their everyday self-loving choice to make believe they’re something they’re not. On the surface it looks harmless, a bunch of grown ups behaving like primary schoolers, but it’s also a metaphor for the cult’s commercial and spiritual modus operandi – a harmful multi-million dollar enterprise based on infantile wish fulfilment and pretence.
Emails from a cult leaderPosted: July 6, 2014 Filed under: Cult Characteristics, denial, dishonesty, hostility to criticism, misinformation, Propaganda Comments Off on Emails from a cult leader
The email exchange between Universal Medicine cult leader, Serge Benhayon and News Ltd journalist, Jane Hansen around her Sunday Telegraph Report.
Spoiler alert: He doesn’t answer the questions.
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Serge Benhayon’s young female house guests – updatedPosted: July 2, 2014 Filed under: cult children, denial, grooming Comments Off on Serge Benhayon’s young female house guests – updated
Serge Benhayon on the Death Cycle
Universal Law solicitor and inept internet troll, Paula Fletcher, once told us that she’s not on ‘anyone’s payroll actually’. Perhaps it’s a partial truth. Perhaps Paula doesn’t charge ‘a jot’ for issuing false legal notices for Sergio the bogan messiah. Perhaps she donates her services out of religious devotion to his glorious multimillion dollar scam. But it’s more than that, isn’t it Paula?
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Demented hyperbole – the Universal Medicine cult’s latest reaction to bad pressPosted: June 22, 2014 Filed under: cult apologists, Cult Characteristics, denial, hostility to criticism, megalomania, Mind Fry, misinformation, paranoia, Propaganda, stupidity Comments Off on Demented hyperbole – the Universal Medicine cult’s latest reaction to bad press
College of UM director & Benhayon’s business partner, Delaloye, on the cult’s version of *facts*
The Sunday Telegraph’s report on UM has seen the cult abandon their gentle breath meditation and crank the propaganda machine into overdrive. In house barrister, Charles Wilson, has weighed in publicly, but the best he could do was accuse News Ltd of aligning with cyber-bullies. A blog post on UM’s site embellishes that silliness with a bunch of inane distortions and blatant lies.
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Protecting children from the Universal Medicine cultPosted: April 19, 2014 Filed under: censorship, covert hypnosis, cult apologists, Cult Characteristics, cult children, denial, destruction of families, grooming, hostility to criticism, litigiousness, paedophilia, Propaganda, secrecy, sexual abuse denial, sexual manipulation, stupidity, sycophants, underaged sex 12 Comments
UM cult members have studiously avoided answering our questions about their abusive practices, and for good reason. In a recent phone call, one of them made disturbing admissions about the cult’s activities involving children, as well as Benhayon’s teachings that failure to adhere to the Way of the Livingness will result in children being raped by supernatural ‘entities’. An extract from the now defunct, password protected ‘Debasing Evil’ site reveals more defensiveness about our concerns on risks to children – a litany of lousy excuses the cult doesn’t dare make public.
No matter how much they accuse me of cyber-bullying, our concerns and questions are not going away.
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