It’s easy really. You don’t need a crystal ball or to sit on the toilet and listen for the ‘loveliest, sweetest voice’ of the Ascended Masters or whoever. You just need a copy of my hastily compiled ‘Cashed Up Guruism for Dummies’ to surmise what Serge will say when he ‘presents’ this weekend at The Lighthouse. So bets are on for guessing how he’ll avoid explaining why public scrutiny is escalating and he’s sinking into doo doo. We take a stab at the apologisms, excuses, cryptic non panderings and other assorted obfuscations.
It appears the hastily pulled item from Frome TownTalk had some affect, because our UK readership is UP! 😀 It got me ‘pondering’ what kind of palaver Serge will come up with to downplay that kerfuffle and any media attention it may have gathered.
My prediction is he’ll say The Lords of Form are having a bad hair day or something and are out to get him. This is a fiction, a lie and an irresponsible prophecy. The Lords and Lordettes have been going hard at the aesthetics in preparation for the Spring Racing Carnival. They broke my hairdryer when they all tried to use it at once, they’ve laid off the biscuits and there’s spray-tan stains all over the bunker upholstery. In fact, they’ve been so busy whooping it up, what with Halloween etc. they’ve barely paid Serge attention at all.
Even they think he’s a narcissist.
Not everything is about you Serge.
I was rifling around for his 2012 predictions but couldn’t find them amongst the bunker rubble, so if anyone wants to add any of his wacked prognostications, throw them in the comments. Just don’t force me to listen to any more recordings. 😮
I predict other excuses for the intensified pressure and scrutiny, and for the fact he looks like crap on gluten free toast will include that the bullying abusive men, including me, sitting here in my pink bathrobe and mules are PRANIC! :-o, riddled with dairy, INTELLECTUAL! 😮 and acting from ‘spirit’. Or maybe one of the Brides spied us dawdling within a four hundred metre radius of the bottlo (off-licence for our UK readers).
So, attendees at this weekend’s innermost love-in, please beg Serge to sue us for defamation, cyber-criminality, corruption, vigorous exercise and listening to Abbe May too loud. If only to hear him fiercely assert in his squeaky little voice that he’d never stoop to our sad, lowly PRANIC! level (except when SergeApologism Inc. threatened the Australian news media with every writ under the sun and then rapidly withdrew the lot when they realized they’d have to prove the media stories weren’t true.)
But beware Serge’s millenarianism might be escalating. Beware of talk of fast tracking the ‘return to divineness’ – as in bringing on reincarnation sooner rather than later. A guru I knew personally did this by talking his much younger wife into suiciding upon his death. Aum Shinrikyo was a Japanese meditation group with a loving and gentle leader who decided to help purify the world by bringing on Armageddon – purchasing nuclear weapons and gassing the Tokyo subway, killing 13 people and injuring over 900. In both the Yogendra group and Aum, doctors were the star recruits. Psychiatrist, Robert Jay Lifton, said the Aum doctors were not inherently evil, and prior to their involvement with the group, they were sensitive, highly conscientious, and inclined to spiritual practices. (Lifton, 2000, p.143)
Seeing Serge has been strengthening advocation of asceticism (strict diet and extremely puritanical lifestyle recommendations) and considering his own serious decline in health of late, I wouldn’t be surprised if it all ends up going too far. His next step is convincing his followers they’re better off dead.
I know Serge reckons he’s ‘The One’ and everything, but all of this has been seen and done before. What followers need to watch for is his growing radicalism. All we’re doing is whingeing about him and calling him to account, and the worst that can come of that is he cops a bit of bad press, a few fines and maybe a bit of jail time, but watch out for him interpreting opposition in supernatural terms, as he has in the past, seeing the most paltry disagreement – a bloke from Bangalow having a whinge as ‘The Lords of Form obstructing “The Work”‘, then extrapolating that into calls for violence or radical action, including self harm.
A few pissed off people complaining and justly exposing you publicly isn’t Armageddon, Serge.
Enjoy your weekend.
Reference: Lifton, RJ, 2000, ‘Destroying the World to Save It’, Owl Books, New York.