|Cats are SPIRITS! controlled by the Lords of Form. Serge Benhayon and the Hierarchy|
Having experienced Serge’s sleazy duplicity and dangerous manipulations first hand via the revolting ovarian reading and the Sacred Esoteric Healing workshop I attended, I was compelled to seek others adversely affected by the cult. Praise heaven for the Rick Ross forum, which I finally found in September, and which enabled me to connect with others, share intelligence and take part in devising a strategy for exposing UM’s multitude of harms. Part of that strategy is this blog, the other part is a comprehensive plan to expose unlawful activity and bring every breach of ‘The One’ and UM’s coterie of professional apologists to the attention of the appropriate authorities. It was not a task any one of us could take on alone (although some had tried), and while I tend to be visible as the public loudmouth battleaxe, I assure you a small number of good people have been moving mountains behind the scenes – pulling more than their share of the weight.
I wrote at the outset of blogging we were bowled over by the sheer scale of UM’s wrongdoing and had difficulty deciding what to tackle first. The bad news is the more intelligence we’ve gathered, the more we’ve found, and I’m still getting wind of shocking revelations and victims too frightened or humiliated to notify authorities or make the allegations publicly known.
The good news is that the Universal Medicine cult is not the organization it was a year ago. Its benign veneer is shattered to all but the hardcore followers. Reportedly, defections are rising and recruitment is down. Regulatory agencies, law enforcement bodies, parliamentary ministers and journalists have received notifications and will continue to receive more. Most satisfyingly, the UM propaganda machine’s latest tilt at legitimacy through the Real Media Real Change cyber harassment conference was a spectacular flop. Even if Sarah Davis and the rest of the apologists still don’t believe they’re in a cult.
For this blog, I set a goal to have a certain amount of searchable information here for those looking to inform themselves about Universal Medicine in as short a time as possible. I also sought to provide resource links for those seeking support as well as space for those affected to have their say (as well as the kinds of things that run counter to Serge’s profiteering – music, cats and unrepressed women). We believe knowledge is power, and public knowledge of UM’s harms is the most powerful way to limit them.
The Propaganda Wars
A goal I’d personally hoped to achieve was to curtail the most dangerous propaganda, particularly the medical misinformation and foolhardy endorsements of UM’s most influential apologists, the doctors. For now, the Medicine and Serge Benhayon blog is idle, and UM’s medical professionals have stopped blogging. However, I won’t be happy, and I daresay neither will respectable members of the medical profession, until their irresponsible, unethical and misleading promotions of a proven liar and public health menace are pulled down – an issue I’m willing to push to the highest levels of government. I haven’t gotten there yet, but Eunice Minford the esoteric surgeon is in my sights too, with a very special notification I’ll be making to the UK GMC complete with inexcusable screen shots (more on that next year).Thankfully, she’s spared us her windy missives on UM’s life threatening soulfulness lately, and her opinions on media bias and smear campaigns.
Another win is that the Brides of Serge have made less blog noise about disgruntled males and have quit their pseudo-feminist campaigns on the abuse of women, as in this muddle headed masterpiece of misandry from October, where Rebecca demonstrated UM’s obnoxious double standards, exploiting sexist stereotypes to further the interests of the cult. SergeProp are champions of women’s rights when estranging women from loved ones, misandrist in characterizing critics as bullies, more misandrist in unquestioningly absorbing Serge’s atrocious anti-male prosetylizing, anti-misandrist in defence of the poor little millionaire, and disgracefully misogynist in encouraging his vile perversion to continue. Sexism abounds.
We need true dialogue between men and women to truly heal, but when you paint a woman as weak and mindless and stupid, you paint her out of the picture and out of the conversation altogether. And that has been the so-far successful tactic of the Keyboard Cowards in their hate campaign: because what they think is a heroic crusade against Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine is in actuality a war of words that has been waged on their wives and daughters – the ‘stupid, easily manipulated women’ – that are essential to be seen as such by the public at large in order to support their obsession that Serge has magical powers of mass mind control.
Anyway, we appear to be making some impact. For now, the ‘Keyboard Cowards’ quip is no longer in vogue, and there’s less whining about our anonymity from SergeProp since we began making our complaints official. There’s less noise about the mistreatment of women by the media since I lodged a statement about Serge Benhayon’s revolting mistreatment of me with the HCCC and Lismore police.
What we can’t count on changing, however, is the litigious GroupThink that encourages the acrimonious breakup of families and the misuse of the legal system to separate assets so they can be channeled to Serge.
On the bright side, thanks to the inimitable platform provided by the Rick Ross forum, Australia’s very democratic protections of freedom of speech and the efforts of a growing number of conscientious and caring people, there is greater public awareness of the facts about Universal Medicine and its inglorious leader. While I’d like us to spare a Christmas thought for the individuals and families suffering in isolation because they aren’t aware the deterioration in their loved one is due to their involvement in a cult, we, as people opposed to UM’s harms are stronger as we gain in numbers and become better organized, more united and better informed than we were a year ago, and have ever been with regards to this group.
I’ll be back blogging early next year, with a comprehensive work over of the therapeutic abuse that is Esoteric Breast Massage, some soundbites of Serge’s appalling sexism lifted from audio of his teachings and a little treatise on Serge’s love affair with death. Plus, posting on the unsatisfactory results of complaints I’ve made to the HCCC and AHPRA so far, and how we might push our concerns to higher levels of regulation.
Make no mistake, I’d like to see UM put out of business, but if we can’t achieve that we can do our part to expose their practices, hold them to account and compel them to act within the laws and codes. Personally, I’d also like to see lots more communication between those affected by UM, whether here or on sista blog Universal Medicine Cult, or on the Rick Ross forum. I’d like to receive more Have Your Say posts where we read your stories on how UM has affected you. Most of all, I’d like to see us stick together, share information and experiences and get stronger yet.
Seasonal Anger Management
Myself and the Lords of Form don’t bother with anger management during our Xmas celebrations. Rather we’ll be doing our version of Festivus, beginning with the ‘airing of grievances’ and followed by the ‘feats of strength’ festive brawl. We’ve survived it for the last decades and apart from bruised egos, a few bite marks and scars from chinese burns, so far no one has landed in jail. We do prefer Boxing Day though, when we get to spend time with people we actually like.
However, the Lords of Form are not the best role models for those experiencing strains in their relationships. Better to take Dr Phil’s advice and keep the airing of grievances for another time, preferably when all parties are calm and sober and if necessary with a mediator present. For Christmas, Dr Phil suggests calling a truce, seeking out for the likeable qualities in others and keeping it dignified. I’d probably advise avoiding tequila and controversy. The Lordettes of Form have also offered to give a Chinese burn to anyone mentioning Serge’s name over the break. A suggested new year resolution if it’s all become a bit much would be to undertake some decent therapy with a non UM registered psychologist.
If you’re under strain over the season, I suggest making time to spend with those who are able to understand and support you through the UM difficulties. Perhaps, like the LOF and I do, balance the obligatory engagements with more relaxing company.
Or go to the beach.
Best wishes everyone, thanks for your input and support and come back in and swinging with us next year! :-O