Unpacking Universal Medicine episode 5 – influence & commitment

Universal Medicine is marketed as an esoteric healing organization and religious community, but religious fervour is only one of the factors keeping followers aligned with its commercial Way of the Livingness. (UPDATE: UM made their fourth bogus copyright infringement complaint about the videos in this series to get them taken down temporarily from YouTube. In the meantime, watch the the intro and other four episodes on this playlist – the material UM doesn’t want the public to see.)

The playlist


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Relaunch: Unpacking Universal Medicine episode 3 – sexiness and Esoteric Women’s Health

The corporation behind Esoteric Breast Massage pitches questionable products and services to women and girls with their unconvincing and confused ‘True Sexy’ gimmick.

Video recordings of Universal Medicine’s Way of the Livingness events and other UM marketing materials give insight into the workings of the Goonellabah based commercial occult religious conglomerate. UPDATE: UM contractors The Co-Creative lodged a second round of groundless copyright infringement complaints to YouTube and had 3 episodes taken down. After I issued a counter notification they deliberately stalled to keep them down. The full playlist of videos has been restored, with more to come.

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Cult Woman I Am

THE WOMAN I AM, written by a bloke

THE WOMAN I AM, written by a bloke

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…

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Universal Medicine is toxic to children

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’. 

NSW Child Protection Helpline 132 111

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International Mens Day & the Universal Medicine Cult – joy-full emasculation

RMRCDonateyourballsBoys have accidents to shake the energy out of them. If your son comes home and you feel he has been affected by male “pack” energy,  you need to shake the energy out of him either by cutting it verbally  or physically shaking him. It is occasionally best to smack it out of him, so that he avoids an accident. Serge Benhayon, quoted in student notes, Esoteric Development Group, 8, May 17, 2008

Those arbiters of Esoteric transparency, Real Media Real Change are at it again, exploiting a respectable event to lure new donors to cult leader, Serge Benhayon’s temple of death, sexism, molestation, narcissism and real estate enhancement. But this time they’re targeting blokes, and they don’t just want their money, they want their balls as well.

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Universal Hypocrites: HuffPost blogger, Dragana Brown and cult surgeon, Eunice Minford


V. R. Morrison, The Vicious Circle

Universal Medicine cult leader, Serge Benhayon’s disturbing views on evil, murder and rape underscore the damaging hypocrisy of his staunch defenders, NHS surgeon, and euthanasia enthusiast, Eunice Minford, and Huffington Post blogger, censorship proponent and food writer, Dragana Brown. Recently, Minford has been feigning outrage on how children are blamed for sexual abuse, while Brown defends the incarceration of a fool in an offensive T shirt. Yet, they’ll promote rape and murder apologist Benhayon, and recruitment to the industry of abuse he’s promoting as a religion.

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Cult Marketing: Esoteric Women’s Health Presents a short film about nothing

From Esoteric Women’s Health, an infomercial without the info. Truly Deeply Beautiful – A True Celebration of Cult Women stars the Universal Medicine cult’s top female ROLE MODELS – the Lie Lie Lie Baldwin sisters & Ms Transparency 2012, Sarah Davis, and a few other Women in Lyingness speaking the same stilted jargon. Nope, there’s no mention of Natalie Pty Ltd Benhayon’s grimy modalities: Esoteric Breast, Uterus & Ovary Massage, and their obligatory privacy invasions, inappropriate touching, sexism, amateur rape counselling, unsolicited relationship toxification and over servicing. And while the stars of the show are determined to exhibit their nasty personal habits, no one discloses their financial connection to Universal Medicine, let alone what Esoteric Uterus Massage with the unremarkable and unqualified Curtis Benhayon entails. My erudite review after the jump, including a special message to Real Media Real Change proprietor, Sarah Davis, and token yes artist doctor, Anne Malatt.

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Serge Benhayon’s false feminism, true misandry and hitting the paedophilia button


Esoteric Development Group Message 23 begins with a question:

A revelation for all students to ponder –

Have you been part of a brainwashing cult that UniMed’s teachings have pulled you out of? (Benhayon, EDG Message 23, undated, p.1)

In an extraordinary feat of subversion that quandary spirals into an extended hissy fit on the ills of the world outside the Universal Medicine cult. The whole thing is too long and too mind bending for one blog post, so in celebration of Universal Misandry week we’ll stick to the parts where Serge tells us how he really feels about men – opening the  flood gates of hate with a pitch to women’s feelings of oppression and winding up with his pet trauma trigger – paedophilia.  Read the rest of this entry »