Teachers are Gold, a UniMed cult front group headed by zero credentials Michael Benhayon, recently renewed its recruitment assault on unsuspecting Australian and UK teachers and schools. It’s not being received too well. The front is engaging in persistently deceptive conduct by omission, but most concerning is the risks to children exposed to UM.
Because the education & child care professionals involved haven’t put their names to their Universal Medicine cult promotions, their full names and locations are listed below.
Official complaints are ‘hate’. Hysterics and fibs from College of Universal Medicine director, barrister Charles Wilson, for the tax exempt Church of Serge
In the last couple of years, Universal Medicine’s bent charity operations were chastened by regulatory scrutiny. UniMed’s propaganda division continues its offensive to aggressively discredit complainants and whitewash investigation findings. UM and its bottom line might have taken a battering, but charity regulation leaves a great deal to be desired.
Esoteric Practitioners Association website and transparency coming soon since 2009
Last month NSW parliament released its report into the Health Care Complaints Committee inquiry into false and misleading health related information and practices. Goonellabah based alternative medicine racket and religion, Universal Medicine, was singled out for its unethical practices, bogus therapeutic claims, and shameless promotion and endorsement by religiously invested medical professionals.
The Sound Foundation’s Sound Training Centre – Serge Benhayon’s UK church
Last year, the UK Charity Commission launched an investigation into the Universal Medicine cult’s UK charity front, the Sound Foundation, located at UM headquarters in Frome, Somerset. Particular scrutiny was given to trustee, Simone Benhayon’s conflicts of interest over her use of Sound Foundation facilities, and as a result, the charity was issued with a compliance plan. Their 2012-13 financial statements are a testament to UM’s fundamental dishonesty – revealing glaring anomalies that should have prompted the Commission to shut the tax exempt sham down.
Late last year NSW State Parliament’s Health Care Complaints Committee called for public submissions to an inquiry into the promotion of false and misleading health related information and practices. The aim was to examine the government’s response to organizations providing health services and misleading members of the public in ways that pose a risk to their health. The Universal Medicine cult’s hierarchy of investors, including the cult doctors, made two submissions proudly advertising their persistent delivery of false and misleading information, luring vulnerable patients into their commerce in harm. Continue reading →
The malignant Universal Medicine cult has grown significantly since medical professionals joined its ranks as recruiters. Cult leader, Serge Benhayon, has zero qualifications, yet the cult doctors endorse his inappropriate touching, idiotic pseudoscience and magical thinking. It’s a breach of the Hippocratic oath, and the professional codes of conduct that are supposed to protect the vulnerable from exploitation. Seeing they are publicly promoting Universal Medicine, we think they should publicly answer our questions. Updated with audio recordings of Benhayon’s toxic teachings – bottom of page.
The Universal Medicine cult recently launched their own Esoteric ‘facts’ site to venerate Serge Benhayon, persuade themselves they’re not a cult and falsely defame critics. Just as their One Unified Truth has no relationship with facts, cult propaganda is called ‘true journalism’. On Planet Serge victims don’t exist, sleaze and dishonesty are sold as ‘integrity’, and they’ll say anything in the name of self love to avoid our questions. In response to their Esoteric versions of my anti-cult and health accountability activism I posted some corrections on the site. Surprise surprise, none were published.
Sticks and stones may break bones, but naming names only hurts if you’re hiding from the facts.
Currently the Universal Medicine cult is planning another damage control embarrassment, dedicating a website to insisting they’re not a cult, and labelling me and a colleague ‘cyber-bullies’. It’s another desperate act following their failed attempts to bully me off the internet en masse with pseudo-legal threats and fanciful complaints of professional misconduct. Their latest shot at assassinating my character to AHPRA exposes the toxic mindset the Esoteric lovers of humanity omit from their publicity. It also reveals how the UniMed cartel professionals have no comprehension of conflicts of interest, disturbing blindness to abuse and corruption, and no idea how silly they look.
Recently, two followers of Universal Medicine asked to talk to me in my workplace about my blogging. I refused. Given the cult’s recent frivolous complaints about me to various regulatory authorities, I told them it was inappropriate to continue contact, but they phoned, texted and wrote me letters anyway. I’m not interested in communicating with members who are trying to convert me, but the conversation with ‘Noddy’ was fruitful in that she made a slew of admissions about the group’s disturbing teachings and practices, leaving me feeling both sickened and vindicated.
This week I had contact from a mother and daughter team of Universal Medicine followers. The mother had several treatments as a patient of mine about eight years ago, and the pair are related to lifelong family friends. The mother called to make an appointment for treatment, but I refused, citing conflict of interest. I knew the daughter was deeply involved with UM, but was less sure of the mother. I spoke to her briefly of my misgivings about Serge and referred her to this blog. However, the discussion, and ensuing contact revealed the depth of her involvement and the true purpose of her contact – to convert me, and pry into my personal life, looking for dirt.
In this 20 minute promotional video ‘Healing Chronic Pain’, psychologist Brendan Mooney tells how his journey to find pain relief delivered him into the clutches of New Age charlatan, Serge Benhayon. The eventual pain relief was unrelated to Serge’s meddling, in spite of cult stalwart, Dr Rachel Hall calling it ‘a miracle’. Esoteric healing merely succeeded in transforming Mooney into a vocal cultist, willing to breach his professional codes of conduct to promote the Universal Medicine business.
We recently asked you all to write a VERY SHORT PARAGRAPH about who you are and what you bring in the world in order to create a new document that presents who we are in complete contrast to the Naming Names page.
Of 120 students we have had 20 responses – what is going on?