The Family is following in dad's tradition of selling hocus pocus, but now using that new-fangled and evidence based thing called 'technology'- the product of the lower pranic mind.
While Serge is on record bagging out IPhones and the internet, daughter Natalie has been busy setting up a new company - Esoteric Women's health- and creating an app based on the ageless science of moon cycles, for iphones. Of course it is not free. Around $5 to you members. There's at least 2000 certain sales from the sycophantic followers who have already clamored for initiation points by giving it a perfect score- unseen before on itunes- with superlatives such as " wow, amazing, supportive, gentle, beautiful, lovely.
And guess what, even though men don't menstruate they can use it too! why not? That's another $5 for Natalie's fledgling company. At least she had the good sense to write a solid disclaimer that it is all bunkum in the terms.
UM CULT MOON CYCLE APP
Is there a " Cult Recognition " App. available ? How about a " Is this Man a dangerous Cult leader" App.
And for all Universal Medicine worshipers a " Pranic Compass" App or " Lords of Form" App
Benhayon and his tribe must be excited about the " commercial potential" that dear old Nat has unlocked ! over and out
Oops, wrong Sarah. I got my sycophants mixed up, which is easy to do when they all act, dress and sound the same.
And at least I can admit my mistakes, unlike the cult, which called their Real Media Real Change cyber harassment conference a success after 8 out of 10 speakers cancelled when they found out who was really behind it.
Anyway, we'll be following The Girl To Woman Shenanigans with interest. I wonder if they'll declare cult backing for their upcoming courses and events or whether we'll have to do it for them. Again.
Try transparency Sara or Sarah. And while you're at it, try examining the cult's fixation with gynecology and adolescent girls.