Universal Medicine’s sexual abuse apologism hits a crescendo

Sculpture by Kevin Francis Gray

Sculpture by Kevin Francis Gray

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.

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Inappropriate touching – Universal Medicine’s secret culture of abuse

Last week, while Universal Medicine’s best and brightest were busy launching yet another desperate attempt to intimidate and defame me – this time labelling me and others mentally ill and cyberbullies – an anonymous reader left a disturbing comment on the Accountability blog:

I just wanted to share one of my experiences with these so called “healing techniques”. I have attended a few of these UM workshops and participated in the “excercises” and would like to say, as a man, I was very uncomfortable with it all. During the mentioned “femaleness” technique I had another man, one of Serge’s sons in fact, putting his hands directly on my genitals.

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Rebecca Baldwin – Universal Medicine cult sexual abuse apologist falsely accuses us of false accusations

DeeperFemaleness1It’s little wonder Rebecca and the other cult apologists are so defensive about these images from a Sacred Esoteric Healing Workshop manual. They’ve carried out the technique at workshops where it was taught. She and numerous others have participated in the molestation.

When Serge and Rebecca et al grope genitals it’s ‘healing’. It can’t be abusive because Universal Medicine OWNS sexual abuse. The cult’s abuse deniers intimidate and demean victims via vicious Groupthink, and believe by publicly disclosing their own histories and insisting the abuse they’ve suffered is more important than anyone else’s, they get to decide what constitutes a legitimate complaint.

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