Glorious Music has unleashed a music video starring the Brides of Serge acting Joy-full & Loving and pretending to like each other to a bit of peculiar True Movement. Here in the bunker we en-joy a bit of karaoke, so we’ve posted some improved lyrics and knocked together a glorious photo essay to sell-abrate their beauty, sell-abrate their beauty…
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.
Serge Benhayon’s sexually explicit rants and his exorcism stage act are harmful enough to children without his damaging anti-family brainwashing. Within the messiah’s perverse occult philosophy is the recipe for shattering families, and the sickest teachings are arguably his pronouncements on the female body, rhetorically assaulting the physical bonds between mothers and babies. On top of being subjected to harmful practices, Universal Medicine cult children are deprived of nurturing and responsible parenting in the name of ‘healing’ and ‘self-love’.
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From the safety of the protected Propaganda sites, Joel Levin expounds the kind of juvenile Esoteric fantasy that allows Universal Medicine cult apologists to deny harm and abuse in sadistic disregard for their victims. In this typically spherical ‘parable’, he tries to tell other cult members Serge Benhayon’s entranced followers are ‘ordinary’ and ‘equal’, but at the same time their access to Serge’s exclusive and overpriced ‘truth’ makes them special and ‘divine’.
Eunice Minford’s Esoteric sense of humour, Joel Levin’s outrage scale, Jane Keep’s mastery of the Universe and the RMRC site gets hacked.
Anyone of us who’ve tried commenting on the Universal Medicine propaganda blogs knows our comments vanish into cyberspace faster than a bank transfer to Uruguay. On this site we take revenge. To save you the trouble of clicking on the ‘truth’ sites, I’ll post some lowlights from time to time. Irritatingly, they don’t vary much, and strangely they read as if they’ve all been written by the same clone, whose name might be Rebecca, but it’s still difficult to resist giving them a right skewering.