Esoteric Breast Massage is another Esoteric Women’s Health modality designed to lure women into the Universal Medicine cult via false claims of therapeutic efficacy and the ‘gentle’ and ‘nurturing’ feelings they’re told it instils. The technique is used to break down personal boundaries, exploit physical and emotional vulnerabilities, and instil recipients with a sense of pollution and victimhood only repeated sessions of Esoteric ‘healing’ can clear. Peer pressure stifles the voicing of misgivings to an extent, but it’s the participation and endorsement of doctors which gives victims a false sense of trust and security. Such endorsements are in breach of doctors’ professional code of conduct; a code which is meaningless when the national regulator, AHPRA sees no reason to enforce it.
The Women’s Health market is the Universal Medicine cult’s main recruitment gateway, targetting women in states of debilitation, often with cancer or complex gynaecological disorders, and who may have histories of relationship difficulties or abuse. Previous posts on Esoteric Breast Massage revealed the modality to be the therapeutically worthless invention of a clinical pervert, designed to instil women with a dread of their own bodies, a fear and hatred of men – particularly those who might challenge their attachment to the cult – and a dependency on a fraudulent therapy performed by unqualified busy bodies.
The Universal Medicine Pyramid Scheme of Abuse
In abusive relationships, healthy, equality based interaction is overruled by manipulative and controlling persuasion techniques. In the case of UM, the power imbalance is extreme. Self professed messiah, Serge Benhayon, referred to by devotees as ‘The One’, delivers indoctrination from the pinnacle to an unquestioning following, stratified from health professionals at the top all the way down to their powerless and vulnerable patients at the base. As is common in the pyramid structure, the upper strata profit most from their affiliation, while those on the lowest levels pay exorbitantly for a therapy dependency which commonly makes their quality of life considerably worse.
Grand abuser, Serge Benhayon, the inventor and proselytizer of the Esoteric Breast, Ovary and Uterus Massage abominations fraudulently calls them and his other vile practices ‘healing’. Under his hypnotic instruction, Esoteric healing ‘students’ become fellow perpetrators, ‘consenting’ to the violation of themselves, participating in the violation of others, and sugarcoating the gratuitous handling of breasts and genitals with apologist excuses of ‘gentle’ touch. Programmed with a retinue of SergeSpeak euphemisms, and surrounded by fellow cult members who are prettily dressed and softly spoken, they tell themselves the practice is ‘nurturing’, ‘loving’ and ‘healing’. However, to those outside the cult nothing can disguise this wholesale physical molestation and emotional, sexual, spiritual and financial exploitation. I doubt any other alternative medicine outfit has managed such perfectly wholistic abuse.
The grand abuser’s brazenness shows he wants to be caught. He didn’t have photographs taken of himself inappropriately touching a woman on his treatment table and continue to publish hundreds of copies of them year after year because he’s naive. He has a fetish for trampling decency, he wants to be punished and he’ll achieve great satisfaction by spreading the culpability. ‘The One’ thinks nothing of compromising and incriminating everyone he’s involved with, including his family, and is destructive to the point not only of destroying himself – his physical deterioration is obvious – but is intent on taking everyone, patients, students, colleagues and family, down with him.
All the while smiling sleazily and calling it ‘healing’.
Second from the top of the pyramid – the cult doctors
One perverted jackass who thinks he’s the messiah taking liberties with people’s bodies and lives is one thing, but doctors occupy the next rung on the UniMed pyramid of abuse, actively enabling and promoting Benhayon’s harms. Knowing exactly where the therapeutic boundaries lie, doctors have no excuse for not reporting him – inappropriate touching of patients is mandatorily notifiable conduct. Again, by publicly promoting Esoteric Breast Massage, the doctors are participating in the abuse.
British general surgeon, Eunice the euthanasia enthusiast Minford, who works for Antrim General Hospital, advertised Esoteric Breast Massage and recruitment presentations by EBM practitioner, Mary Louise Myers and Elizabeth Dolan on her blog along with meditation, surgical services, assisted suicide. She also manages to feign outrage at sexual abuse among the clergy and military, but NOT within the Universal Medicine cult.
Bangalow GP, Dr Jane Barker, has come out of retirement to help flog Esoteric Women’s Health Pty Ltd (ACN 159 402 507) and use her position to exploit women’s lack of medical knowledge to pimp them to the cult.
Presenters: Dr. Jane Barker MBChB, MRCP, MGP Shares her personal and professional experience over the years working with women and their health, exploring the issues facing women then and today in our societies and how this has impacted on our well-being. Jane will also share her personal story of healing and recovery from breast cancer. Real Media Real Change site.
She has lent her name to EBM and participated in the training of EBM practitioners.
All EBM Practitioners have monthly ongoing training sessions with a fully qualified trainer and monthly support meetings with trainers and a female doctor. They have twice yearly assessments and are accredited to practise the EBM each year for a 12-month period. If they do not pass the yearly assessment they are asked to stand down.
As stated above, a very reputable doctor attends our monthly meetings – Dr Jane Barker (who is not a practitioner of the EBM). [Just a promoter and enabler.] Dr Barker advises the practitioners about lumps, tissue changes and other things to look out for in terms of signs in a woman’s body to expedite them to seek medical advice. She also updates the practitioners on women’s health issues that may be relevant to assist them in providing a thorough service to all women [which they are not qualified to give!].
One might well ask: why would a doctor of such high calibre lay her reputation and her 40-year medical career on the line for a modality of dubious integrity or benefit – could it be that there is something on offer here that is of utmost importance to Women’s Health? (UM Site, EBM ‘Truth’ page)
Or the utmost importance to Dr Barker’s retirement fund.
Much of the information from the last two posts on EBM, including false therapeutic claims and details of invasions of privacy from EBM publicity was supplied to the NSW HCCC as a complaint against Dr Jane Barker, for breaching the code of conduct for medical practitioners. She breaches the code by exploiting the patient’s lack of medical knowledge and breaches advertising guidelines for registered practitioners by endorsing a practice which raises unrealistic expectations among patients. The code states that doctors should not exploit patients physically, emotionally or financially.
However, the HCCC and Medical Council of NSW in a decision which is now currently under review and being observed in parliamentary and senate offices across Australia will only recognize the harm in her activities if an individual patient makes a complaint.
…it was decided no further action would be taken regarding this matter for the following reasons: The Commission and the Council considered the information you provided in your complaint and did not identify concerns about Dr Barker’s care of individual patients.
In the HCCC’s view, Dr Barker only has a responsibility to patients willing to make complaints. As a doctor delivering Esoteric Women’s Health presentations, it appears she has no responsibility to the public, or women too humiliated by the practice to come forward. The Commission didn’t see a need to send her a copy of the complaint. They only do that if someone who’s been molested figures out where to direct the appropriate noise.
The Commission considered your concerns about Dr Barker’s association with the organisation, Universal Medicine. For the Commission to take disciplinary action regarding the conduct of a doctor, it must find that the doctor’s conduct would attract the criticism of their peers to the extent that further action is warranted. The Commission and the Council did not identify any concerns regarding Dr Barker’s conduct.
The disgust with her conduct among the majority of doctors in Northern NSW and unanimous among the doctors in my personal acquaintance is not enough peer criticism to warrant further action from the NSW Medical Council. The fact that a Professor of Medicine I know thinks she should be deregistered is not enough to identify a concern. It appears the only doctors who have no criticism of Dr Margaret Jane Barker are those on the NSW Medical Council and those in cult.
I guess what we can all take from this, is that Australian healthcare regulators have no interest in protecting us and our loved ones from exploitation and abuse by healthcare practitioners.
We all now have to sit patiently and wait for some courageous woman who’s been abused by these arrogant hypocrites to assert her rights. In the meantime, I’d ask any of you concerned by that decision to write to some of our prominent politicians and ask for more effective legislation that proactively protects the public. While you’re at it, why not call for an inquiry into the regulatory capacity of the HCCC and AHPRA.
And lock up your daughters.
Esoteric Women’s Health Pty Ltd
With more exposure and more of the kind of public lambasting that Esoteric Breast Massage deserves, let’s make sure it goes the way of the dodo. The Australian media has done much of that job already, but the likes of Mary Louise Myers, Jenny Ellis, Sara Williams, Elizabeth Dolan, Nicolette Hoyle, Denise Morden, Gabriele Conrad, Serryn O’Regan and Eva Rygg deserve and should expect more scrutiny.
The secretive practices of Esoteric Uterus Massage and Esoteric Ovary Massage persist as Universal Medicine’s in house abuses. If the cult so much as attempts to escalate marketing of them, they can expect a comprehensive public haranguing. Yet, knowing Serge, i light of the epic failure of Esoteric Women’s Health modalities, I imagine he and his male and female brides are racking their Esoterically enhanced brains working out how they can market their next privacy invading, sexually abusive scam beyond their covertly manipulated following.
Dr Margaret Jane Barker and her utmost integrity fronted the recent Esoteric Women’s Health presentations which dropped the International Women’s Day name. Deregistered by the International Women’s Day organization, they were unabashed recruitment drives, flogging the cult’s ‘Our Cycles’ app for charting menstrual cycle fluctuations. The app comes with ‘truth-full’ disclaimer that it shouldn’t be used for monitoring fertility, so like all Esoteric healing products, it has no actual health benefits. It’s just another $5 investment for followers to occupy themselves with ‘self-nurturing’ hypochondria to avoid thinking about how their lives are being vampired by a sexually abusive death cult.
And now we have Melbourne Chinese Medicine practitioner, Sara Harris’ tilt at recruiting young women via the ‘Girl to Woman Project‘, helping teen girls to make the transition to Esoteric womanhood.
So, Sara, what part of their developing anatomy do you grab for that?