A reader made contact in response to UniMed’s propaganda department continuing to market fictions about cult parenting. Their disturbing revelation validates all over again our concerns about this nasty, perverse organization.
Following up on the post below about UM’s sexual abuse apologism and exploitation of teen girls.
On January 18 2015, Universal Medicine front organizations, Esoteric Womens Health and Real Media Real Change will hold the Girl to Woman Project Festival at Lennox Head – ‘a celebration of girls & women’ presented by the people responsible for public sexual abuse apologism, the exploitation of teen girls and the bullying of whistleblowers in defence of their predatory religious leader, Serge Benhayon.
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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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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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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.
Our guest blogger gives their account of the Universal Medicine workshop experience and their observations of young girls involved, demonstrating how Benhayon grooms large groups of followers to accept his inappropriate behaviour.
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A few years ago, I attended several workshops held by Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine after being exposed to Serge’s audio recordings and meditation techniques by a friend who was convinced they had found “the truth” therein. Despite my initial skepticism toward the claims and ideas I had heard Benhayon present, and my reluctance to get involved with UM (everything about it screamed “cult”). I decided to give it a chance and check it out for myself, before dismissing it completely as the New Age nonsense I suspected it was.
We interrupt our regular programming to show you what could happen if Serge Benhayon rearranges your brain cells and you combine that mess with music lessons from Chris James. The result is something like the Osmond family crossed with the Beverley Hillbillies on benzodiazepines and nitrous oxide. We think it unlikely to find chart success anywhere but on Planet Serge where facts that come with photographic evidence are ‘lie lie lies’, and having your genitals pawed by an ex bankrupt junior tennis coach and toilet epiphanist is called ‘healing’. Read the rest of this entry »