Universal Medicine kids exposed

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Sculpture by Kevin Francis Gray

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.

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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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Protecting children from the Universal Medicine cult

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.

NSW Child Protection Helpline 132 111

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

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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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Serge Benhayon on Evil, Murder and Rape

nosferatu-herzogUniversal Medicine cult leader, Serge Benhayon, is fond of referring to his approach to ‘truth’ as spherical. On planet reality we’d call it inverse. The following quotes from his writings reveal his spherical approach to evil, where murder and rape are not ‘in-truth’ evil, while altruism, charity, sport, intelligence, emotions and factual information are crimes deserving of disease and damnation for future lifetimes. Benhayon’s disturbing views on murder call into question his history, and underscore his relentless Livingness death drive, which his followers, including medical doctors, enthusiastically promote.

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This week’s cult oddities

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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.

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

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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 »


Serge Benhayon on circumcision & ‘splitting’

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Okay sane people, I guarantee it’s impossible to read the following without your head hitting your keyboard or desk or the nearest telegraph pole at least once. We’ve read and heard some outrageous bullshit that has sent our high functioning reality testers into overdrive, however, some of the following on circumcision was so demented it even caused some cult members to snap out of the dissociation trance and get ‘defensive’. Although it appears they weren’t as defensive when he started on underaged sex.

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Serge Benhayon’s pet themes: the “Death Cycle” and deserving rape

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Ben Quilty, ‘Picnic 3 2006’

In these student notes from an Esoteric Development Group lecture delivered by Universal Medicine cult leader, Serge Benhayon, we see how this health service provider really feels about human life, his fixation with death, and how he thinks rape victims get what’s coming to them.

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