The UniMed cult’s College of Universal Medicine operates with the alleged charitable purpose of ‘advancing education’. But where is the public benefit in curriculum courses peddling Serge Benhayon’s occult claptrap – supernatural conspiracy polemics and harmful pseudoscientific claims about health and medicine, including that mental illness is caused by spiritual possession? Continue reading
Guest contributor Daoul Ruke reports from the sports desk at the heart of darkness.
Armenian born spiritual teacher, George Gurdjieff, developed a transcendental discipline he called ‘The Work’ to arouse his followers from the ‘waking sleep’ of their mundane lives. In the following extract from ‘Feet of Clay‘ by British psychiatrist, Anthony Storr, those familiar with Serge Benhayon will recognize a number of parallels.
In the following extract from his book, Destroying the World to Save It, psychiatrist, Robert Jay Lifton, discusses cult leader Shoko Asahara’s megalomanic tendencies. Readers may find this analysis bears some striking parallels with another character we’ve come to know.