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6 years ago
MacReady
Has anyone here heard their loved ones refer to their pre-UM selves as a "mask" that they were wearing? According to one of the people I know involved in UM, the happy, exuberant person she used to be was nothing more than an act; a "mask", and the superstitious, anxious, neurotic, frequently miserable person she has become as a result of Serge's indoctrination is her &qu
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6 years ago
MacReady
Thanks for sharing the article on A.J. Miller's cult, Venus. The parallels to Serge and Universal Medicine are staggering. Apparently Serge has implied that Miranda is the reincarnation of Mary Magdalene as well, so the similarities really are uncanny. Worth noting the following quote from the Miller article too, especially considering the torrents of e-mails and comments sent to journali
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6 years ago
MacReady
Let's be clear: if Serge has actually heard testimonies (either from the victims or their parents) of girls as young as 10 engaging in violent intercourse with older male partners, or of parents showing pornography to their own children (as young as 8) then he needs to report it to the police. If he does not do so he is an accessory to the abuse If he has not heard such testimonies, then
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
6 years ago
MacReady
"Religion is not about rituals, clothing, adornments, rules or fear. After all how can there be fear with love?" Yet Rod follows a cultic belief system centered on fear (of supernatural entities, global calamities and karmic condemnation to further non-esoteric earthly incarnations), ritualistic behavior (everything from breathing, walking, food preparation to yoga and meditati
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
6 years ago
MacReady
I know more than any scientist in my inner heart ... I know everything about the universe and how it works. I can answer any question about any mystery in the world, any mystery in the universe." - Serge Benhayon's message for the "New Era", January 1, 2012 While Serge likes to claim exclusive access (via his "inner heart") to a so-called "ancient wisdom"
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
6 years ago
MacReady
Hats off to Venus for keeping everyone abreast of the EBM debacle. Part two now up:
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
6 years ago
MacReady
QuoteVenusDarklyAlso, in case anyone has doubts about the cognitive dissonance of this cult's members, cult surgeon, Eunice the euthanasia enthusiast Minford, has posted outrage on her blog about sexual abuse in the military. I couldn't resist and asked her what she thought of sexual abuse in the Universal Medicine cult, which has vigorously defended, haranguing media organizations
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6 years ago
MacReady
QuoteVenusDarklyAccording to the PDF flyer of Real Media Real Change's women's health shenanigans at Lennox Head tomorrow, the thing is to be 'live broadcast across Australia'. Does anyone have any idea how they're going to do that or time to check it out? Might not be too late to notify said broadcaster that UM is a misogynist sexually abusive cult. Also, for thos
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
6 years ago
MacReady
Excellent new post on the Universal Medicine Cult blog, primarily analyzing the manipulative language employed by Serge to "esoterically" separate his followers from their financial holdings.
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
6 years ago
MacReady
QuoteCOncerned PartnerQuotejanabWondering if anyone can shed some like on what UM members are like as parents. If emotions are dangerous, how do they deal with screaming babies/toddler tantrums? Also, if they have to be gentle at all times, how do they deal with boisterous kids, etc.? Have there been members who left because their kids needed more freedom? The issues are this- Children at
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
6 years ago
MacReady
QuotejanabWondering if anyone can shed some like on what UM members are like as parents. If emotions are dangerous, how do they deal with screaming babies/toddler tantrums? Also, if they have to be gentle at all times, how do they deal with boisterous kids, etc.? Have there been members who left because their kids needed more freedom? You'd probably have to ask the parents involved for
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
6 years ago
MacReady
Just found the following two clips while surfing youtube. Excuse me if they've been posted here already, but I hadn't seem them before: Part 1 Part 2 Good to see more people contributing rational analytical commentary to Serge's dangerously delusional rubbish.
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6 years ago
MacReady
QuoteHerbertKane178QuoteCOncerned PartnerFrom one of the cult websites: Comments Policy Genuine inquiry and interest, criticism and skepticism are welcome. Nothing is further from the truth than this. A simple test, for anyone unsure as to validity of what I say. Go on to any UM blog (words on serge, truth about universal medicine etc etc). Ask a polite question that is not gushing i
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6 years ago
MacReady
QuoteCOncerned Partner If you would like to have proof of how the cult encourages inappropriate disclosure of personal information and then rewards that behavior, read this blog by one of our favorite cult bloggers: KYLA TELLS ALL, AGAIN This detail from Kyla's testimonial sounds familiar: "My first experience of sex left a lot to be desired – I was 13 years old" It see
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6 years ago
MacReady
QuoteVenusDarklyPhotographic evidence of Serge Benhayon's abuses - scanned from a Sacred Esoteric Healing Workshop Manual have been sent to the NSW Health Care Complaints Commission, Lismore Police and are posted on the UMA blog - Universal Medicine's Women's Health Special. And while you're there check out cult lawyer accidentally outing herself as a blog troll with major
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
6 years ago
MacReady
QuoteCOncerned Partner. No one would care if he had business that went bad in the past. It happens to most business people. But why bullshit about it? When he was confronted by the New ltd journalist (yes, I talk to them) he flatly denied ever been bankrupt as 'scurrilous lies' and then went on a 5 minute rant about 'young girls being 'split' by older men' Charmin
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6 years ago
MacReady
I came across this quote today and thought i'd share it here. I'm you'll all agree it applies to Serge in spades: "One way of spotting the opportunist and the fraud is by their employment of a specialized esoteric vocabulary, deliberately obscure phraseology, and defensive or arrogant attitudes in the presentation of their material". - Stephen Hickman.
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6 years ago
MacReady
QuoteVenusDarklyQuoteVenusDarklyReality tester app? Creepiest of all is The Girl To Woman Project again with anti-free speech front group Real Media Real Change's Sara Harris' name on it. 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
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6 years ago
MacReady
QuoteCOncerned PartnerThe 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
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6 years ago
MacReady
QuoteCOncerned PartnerQuoteVenusDarklyThe Universal Medicine Accountability blog is back - up and at 'em on a new platform with full content restored. and Universal Medicine Cult Both these blog updates are great reading, thanks for the update. I've noticed that a common theme amongst the testimonies of UM cult members is a history of addiction of one kind or another, whether it
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
6 years ago
MacReady
QuoteVenusDarklySister blog Words from the Families of Universal Medicine Students has already relaunched as Universal Medicine Cult with an eye popping new post. Who knew she was so competitive? Good to see. It's interesting to note that the book-burning fanatics at Serge's ministry of delusion consider censorship to be a key component of their 'one-unified-truth'. I th
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
6 years ago
MacReady
Had a thought recently: Serge claims that we were never meant to exist in physical bodies on Earth. In his exact words, our physical manifestation is "an experiment...a foray that was never meant to happen." If the Benhayon family all believe this, then why the obsession with acquiring material wealth? Perhaps more importantly, why on earth did Michael and Emmalee decide to have a child
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
6 years ago
MacReady
Venus Darkly's latest piece at the Universal Medicine Accountability blog is yet another brilliant deconstruction of Benhayon's self-serving, hypocritical poison: Interesting to note that he's not-so subtly suggesting people bequeath funds to Universal Medicine in their wills. Someone posted some questions here along these lines awhile back, but at the tine I had honestly n
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6 years ago
MacReady
QuoteHerbertKane178QuotetreefernReceived a text this morning from an ex-UMer. (yes it does happen and with even more frequency these days I hear) I would like to share it with you; Have you seen the new UM format? Looks like "the One" is trying (ha!) to make UM more legit? Bit too coincidental for me in light of the RMRC lies. SB taught us to be "honest". Think HE mus
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
6 years ago
MacReady
Venus has thoroughly summarized UM's latest attack on free, independent thought and expression here:
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6 years ago
MacReady
So, Serge the all knowing World Teacher, who has repeatedly stated that he would debate ANYONE on the planet over his presentations, has to fund an 'independent advocacy group' dedicated to censoring and silencing anybody who dares question and/or expose his criminal activity, blatant lies and ludicrous, pseudo-theosophical belief system? He has been exposed as a fraud and a liar by
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
MacReady
Most five year olds could answer any question about any mystery in the universe, however that doesn't make their (or Serge's) answers correct. It's funny, I heard Serge say he could walk into a bar and intuitively know which women would be willing to have sex with him and which would not (he added that he would never act on this ability, as doing so would be an abuse of his esot
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7 years ago
MacReady
Frome TownTalk unfortunately removed this story after being bombarded by the loveblog brigade's typical 'we're not in a cult' mantras. Luckily it will remain here for readers to see. Feel free to comment on it here as well, 'Forever Students'. QuoteMacReadyhttp://www.frome.towntalk.co.uk/news/d/30317/aussie-cult-leader-visits-frome/ Aussie Cult Leader Visits Fr
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7 years ago
MacReady
Thanks CP. The similarities in techniques of control between these cult organizations is quite uncanny. It's baffling that so many UM students could consider this information and still reject the notion that UM is a cult and that they have been manipulated, however subtly, to adhere to Serge's psychobabble belief system via established thought reform methodology. Students: if you are
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 years ago
MacReady
Aussie Cult Leader Visits Frome An alleged Australian cult leader and former bankrupt tennis coach, who claims to be the reincarnation of Leonardo da Vinci, Pythagoras and Alice A Bailey visits Frome for a series of courses and lecture in November. An alleged Australian cult leader, Serge Benhayon who operates out of the Lighthouse building in Frome, Somerset is visiting for a sold out
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