Universal Medicine Affiliated Medical Professionals, Allied Health Professionals, Complementary Health Practitioners, Unqualified ‘Healers’, Meditation groups & businesses referring to UM practitioners in Australia and New Zealand
In 2018, Benhayon v Rockett victory at last & the way forward the Supreme Court of New South Wales found Universal Medicine to be a socially harmful cult, a healing fraud that harms people, and an organisation that preys on cancer patients.
Practitioners and groups listed are recruiters for the Universal Medicine Cult and promoters of its fraudulent therapies. Unqualified ‘healers’ listed believe themselves to be accredited ‘Esoteric Healing’ practitioners through Universal Medicine’s bogus accreditation body, the Esoteric Practitioners’ Association.
See Naming Names international page for recruiters and practitioners outside Australia and New Zealand
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For patients seeking assistance from a registered healthcare professional, such as a psychologist, physiotherapist, acupuncturist etc., check the AHPRA register to see if the practitioner is registered, and then find out if they have any association with UM.
See also: list of UniMed front organizations, websites and associated businesses.
Esoteric Practitioners Association (bogus practitioner association owned by Serge Benhayon) practitioner directory
AUSTRALIA & NZ [scroll down for Europe, North America and others]
Dr Jane Barker MBChB MRCP MGP, GP, Medical Educator, Lismore, NSW
Dr Samuel Kim MBBS FRACP MPH, Cardio-Thoracic Surgeon, Goonellabah, NSW, Brisbane, Qld
Dr Anne Malatt MBBS, MS, FRANZCO, FRACS, Eye Surgeon, Lightwaves at Bangalow laser tattoo removal and skin treatments – profiting from Serge’s teachings that tattoos carry the pranic residue of the tattooist, NSW
Dr Elizabeth McGregor nee Skinner, GP, Goonellabah, NSW
Dr (Jan) Peter Siefkin, Psychiatrist, Byron Bay, Sydney, NSW
Dr Amelia Stephens, GP, Clayfield, Qld
Dr Maxine Szramka MBBS (hons1), B Med Sci, FRACP, FAMAC pt1, Rheumatologist, Nowra and Sydney, NSW
Dr Kevin Doyle, Dentist, True Dentistry, GP Super Clinic, Goonellabah, NSW
Dr Allanah Freer, BDSc Hons, MDSC FACNEM, Dent8 Dental, Taringa, Qld
Dr Rachel Hall B.Ch.D (Uni Leeds), LDSRCS(Eng), MACNEM, Dental Surgeon, Evolve Dental Healing, and The Cheeky Dentist business consultancy, Kenmore, Brisbane, Qld
Dr Rachel Mascord, BDS (Hons Class 1) Dentist, Warrawong, NSW
Allied Health Professionals
Sarah Broome, Registered Psychologist, cult promoters’ hub, Fabic Behavioural Therapies, Carrara, Qld. Former UM FACTS Team member and propagandist for Serge Benhayon
Jo Frare, Lismore, NSW – former NSW Health psychologist – unregistered as of late 2017
Kate Greenaway, BAppSc(PT), Physiotherapist, Universal Medicine clinic Goonellabah and ‘L’alchimiste’ Wigmore Arcade Ballina, NSW
Cynthia Hickman, Registered Psychologist, Albert Park, Vic
Aimee Jeffreys, Registered Psychologist, Coopers Shoot, NSW
Jessica Jeffreys, Social Work, Counselling, Lismore, Coopers Shoot, NSW
Kathryn Maroney, Speech Pathologist, Fabic, Carrara, Fairfield, Qld
Marianna Masiorski, B Psych (Hons) MAPS, Registered Psychologist, Qld
Jenny McGee, Registered Psychologist, Bangalow, NSW
Brendan Mooney, Registered Psychologist BPsySci (Hons) AmusA, Lismore, NSW
Jemma Moses, Registered Psychologist, Alstonville, NSW
Dr Danielle Pirera, Harmony in Movement, Re-Connect Exercise, BBiomedSci, BExSci (Hons), PhD Ex Phys, Exercise Physiologist, Goonellabah NSW
Caroline Raphael, Registered Psychologist, Innermost Counselling and Unified Psychology, Universal Medicine clinic Goonellabah, The Health Lodge, Byron Bay NSW
Emily Rutherford, Psychologist, Fabic Behavioural/Unimed Brisbane, Carrara, Fairfield, Qld
Dr Michael Serafin, B.Pharm (Hon) Ph.D, Pharmacist, Complementary Compounding Services, Ballina, NSW
Nursing & midwifery
Bianca Barban, RN, Living Stillness, Doncaster & Viewbank, Vic.
Shushila Boswell – Clinical midwifery educator, NSW Health, South Western Sydney Local Health District, Sydney
Jo Bridges RN, Brisbane
Johanne Brown RN, Perth – Esoteric chakra-puncture etc.
Matthew Brown RN, Perth – chakra-puncture etc.
Core Care Consultancy – Johanne & Matthew Brown, & Elizabeth Dolan – Esoteric preventative health consultancy.
Elizabeth Dolan RN, Lismore, Esoteric Breast Massager, palliative care nurse, Lismore Base Hospital
Shannon Everest, Esoteric Breast Massage, midwife, Deeply Nurturing, Byron Bay, Ballina
Inkah Fischer, RN, Southern Cross University, Lismore
Sharon Gavioli, RN, Childbirth Educator, Brisbane
Cherise Holt, EN, Brisbane
Narelle Kelly, Mental Health Nurse, Northern Rivers NSW
Elizabeth Khalu, Living Therapies, including bogus Esoteric Chakra-puncture, Caloundra, Qld
Felicity Latchford, midwife, ACT
Jeanette McDonald RN palliative care nurse, Te Miro Cambridge, Waikato, New Zealand
Kate Robson, midwife, Melbourne
Jennifer Smith, RN, Maclean NSW
Fiona Lotherington, Lismore NSW Esoteric Chakra-puncture etc.
Susan Walker, RN
LeeAnn Bailey, Chakra-puncture (ex acupuncturist), Maudsland, Qld
Annette Baker, Relationship Counsellor, Vaucluse, NSW
Gabrielle Caplice, Relationship Counsellor, Vaucluse, NSW
Henrietta Chang, L’Alchimiste, Naturopath, esoteric nonsense, Ballina NSW
Tanya Curtis, BHlthSci, Behaviour Practitioner, Counsellor, Fabic Behaviour Specialists, Carrara and Unimed Brisbane, Fairfield, Qld
Gayle Cue, Goonellabah, NSW
Jenny Ellis, ND, Naturopath, Adv Dip Acu – (ex-acupuncturist), chakra-puncture, Esoteric Breast Massage, UniMed Brisbane, Qld
Judy Felix, counsellor, esoteric healing nonsense, Ocean Shores NSW
Julie Ferguson, Esoteric Practitioner and Behavioural Counsellor, Fabic and Unimed Brisbane, Fairfield, Qld
Stacey Francis, Naturopath, Brisbane, Qld
Jean Gamble, Psychotherapist, Seaforth, NSW and Soulfit exercise & fitness classes with Esoteric practitioner and NSW Health employee, Stephen Gammack
Jessica Hallock nee Gamble, Esoteric Breast Massage, Richmond Hill, NSW
Sara Harris, former Chinese Medicine Practitioner now practicing bogus chakra-puncture, Living Stillness, Caulfield North, Melbourne. The Girl To Woman Project – pseudo feminist front group promoting sexist stereotypes and body negative programming. Follow Your Flow menstruation focussed counselling without disclosure of UM connections.
Robyn Jones, BSc, Counsellor, Goonellabah, Richmond Hill
Shelley Jones, Glen Iris, Vic
Sue Kira, Naturopath, Elanora, Gold Coast, advertises chakra puncture with no acupuncture qualifications or registration
Casey Lee Lyons, Live Love Nourish, Chakra-puncturist, ex acupuncturist, Brisbane
Kate Mahoney, Speech Therapist, Fabic Behaviour Specialists, Carrara and Unimed Brisbane, Fairfield, Qld
Steffen Messerschmidt, Naturopath, Chakra-puncturist, Total Health From Inside Out, Universal Medicine clinic Goonellabah NSW, UniMed Brisbane clinic, Fairfield Qld, Palm Beach Qld, Ocean Shores NSW, – Calls himself Dr. He is not a registered health professional.
Cindy Morris, Naturopath, Esoteric Breast Massage, Brisbane and Broadbeach Waters, Qld
Monya Murch, Psychotherapy, esoteric healing, Adelaide, SA
Rebecca Poole, Chakra-Puncturist, ex acupuncturist, ‘motivational speaker’, self-styled personal development guru, Medicinal Healing, Health Healing Life, Wavell Heights, Brisbane
Gemma Rubina, former registered Acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Melbourne.
Penny Scheenhouwer, Chakra-puncturist, non AHPRA registered Acupuncturist, Brisbane
Zoe Sherrin, Naturopath, Lismore
Annie Tran, Occupational Therapist, Fabic, Unimed Brisbane, Fairfield Qld
Elizabeth Trenear, Naturopath, Esoteric Woo, Fremantle/Cockburn, WA
Susan Walker, Southport, Qld
Darren Walsh/Inner-Healthcare, AHPRA Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Melbourne and Moonee Ponds – uses the title of Dr (doctor) but holds no doctorates
Kelly Ward, Foundational Care, Orange, NSW with Brooke Lo Giudice
Helen Giles, social worker, Queensland Health, Townsville
Martin Gladman, counselling sexologist, Woodend, Victoria
Karoline Pearson (formerly Schleiffelder), social worker NSW FACS, Lismore
Madeleine Power, counselling, Melbourne
Esoteric Healing Practitioners with no formal therapy qualifications
(Includes practitioners of Esoteric Chakra Puncture, Esoteric Massage, Esoteric Healing, Esoteric Breast Massage, Esoteric Uterus Massage, Esoteric Ovarian Massage, Ovarian ‘Reading’, Esoteric Connective Tissue Therapy, Esoteric Craniosacral Therapy, Esoteric Yoga, Esoteric Counselling, Esoteric anything else unqualified ‘healers’ invent to get money out of vulnerable people and invade their privacy.)
Esther Auf Der Maur, Goonellabah, NSW
Ruth Anderssen, Ballina, NSW
Lucie Barlow, Byron Bay, NSW
Rosie Bason, Byron Bay Mobile Massage, NSW
Emmalee Benhayon, Goonellabah
Curtis Benhayon, Esoteric Uterus Massage, Goonellabah
Michael Benhayon, Goonellabah, proprietor with wife, Emmalee Benhayon of Glorious Music
Natalie Benhayon, Goonellabah, proprietor of Esoteric Women’s Health which markets the abusive practices of Esoteric Breast, Ovary and Uterus Massage. Markets ‘Our Cycles’ menstrual cycle app to men. Women in Livingness Magazine, Wellbeing for Women, Girl to Woman Festival, Sacred Movement. Company director of Universal Medicine Pty Ltd, Esoteric Practitioners Association Pty Ltd and the College of Universal Medicine registered charity.
Serge Benhayon, self appointed messiah, Goonellabah, Australia
Simone Benhayon, Ascended Master, Proprietor of Creative Aquatic Swim School and Esoteric Water Healing on Sound Foundation premises, Frome, UK. Company Director of Universal Medicine UK and EPA UK Europe, Trustee of UM’s UK charity The Sound Foundation, Frome, UK
Anne Bennier, Byron Bay, NSW
Carmel Blann, Trinity Park, Cairns, Qld
Michelle Borg, Richmond, Mackay, Qld
Joanne Bridges, Medicinal Healing, Wavell Heights, Qld
Johanne Brown, Nedlands, WA
Matthew Brown, Subiaco, WA
Kathy Byrne, Brisbane, Qld
Peter Campbell, Welcome Bay, Tauranga, NZ
Giselle Cant, Goonellabah, NSW
Giselle Cavanagh, Coopers Plains, Qld
Denise Cavanough, Living Expression, Brisbane, Qld
Julie Chung, Ferntree Gully, Victoria
Francisco Clara, Goonellabah NSW, Unimed Brisbane, Qld, Melbourne, Vic
Alison Coleman, Bondi Junction & Balmain, NSW
Marika Cominos, Newport, Melbourne, Vic
Rick Connors, Viewbank, Vic
Terri-Anne Connors, Viewbank, Vic
Gabrielle Conrad, Esoteric Breast Massage, Goonengerry, NSW
Andrew Cooper, Nerang, Qld
Jeffrey Cox, Palm Beach, Qld
Michelle Crowe, The Wellbeing Sphere, Palm Beach, Qld
Gayle Cue, Goonellabah, NSW
Lucy Dahill, Gentle Rhythms, practicing chakrapuncture with no acupuncture qualifications or AHPRA registration, Turramurra, Warrawee, Sydney
Sandra Dallimore, Carrara, Gold Coast, Qld
Emma Danchin, massage, practicing chakrapuncture with no acupuncture qualifications or AHPRA registration, Alstonville, NSW
Desiree Delaloye, Alstonville, NSW
Yolande Dorward, Moranbah, Qld
Anna Douglass, Unimed Brisbane, Fairfield, Qld
Sherryl Evans, Cairns, Qld
Judy Felix, Carrara, Gold Coast, Qld
Julie and Kathryn Fortuna, zero qualifications personal development ‘Love Camp‘, including Love Camp Kids, and Love Camp LGBTQIA++, Woodend, Victoria
Johanna Fredericks, Esoteric Chakra-Puncture, WA
Gail Fuller, Esoteric Breast Massage, Byron Bay
Sheryl Gee, Cairns, Qld
Sheri Gompelman, lovebeautysheri.com, Brisbane, Mt Cotton, Qld
Jennene Greenall, Camp Hill, Qld
Alison Greig, UM ‘Facts’ Team, director, College of UM charity, UM spokesperson, Goonellabah NSW and Brisbane Qld
Linda Goggan, Sacred Body, Montville, Qld
Greg Hall, True North Services, Richmond Hill, NSW
Lisa Hansberry, Myocum, NSW
Deborah Hansen, Bendigo, Kangaroo Flat, Vic
Donna Harris, Roma, Maranoa Region, Qld
Colleen Hensey, Beaudesert, Qld
Roberta Himing, Worongary, Qld
Belinda Jane Hodgson, practicing chakra-puncture with no acupuncture qualifications or AHPRA registration, Coolangatta, Qld
Mary Holmes, Cairns, Qld
Kylie Clara (nee Jackson), Goonellabah, NSW
Jenny James, McLeans Ridges, NSW
Laurene Jeffery, Buderim, Qld
Teneille Johnston, Blackrock, Vic
Karina Kaiser, Byron Bay, NSW
Susanne Kaiser, Ocean Shores, NSW
Jasna Kim, unqualified wife of Dr Samuel Kim, receives referrals from him for Esoteric Lung Massage, Spring Hill, Brisbane and Goonellabah
Monika Korb, practicing chakra-puncture with no acupuncture qualifications or AHPRA registration, Gold Coast
Claire Lamicela, Essendon, Melbourne, Vic
Yasmin Lang, Massage, Ballina, NSW and True Universal Care with Kerrie Cox
Peta Lehane, Goomboorian, Qld
Nicola (Nicky) Lessing, Unimed Living company secretary, Goonellabah NSW
Joel Levin, Yokine, WA
Victoria Lister, Unimed Brisbane, Fairfield, Qld
Brooke Lo Giudice, Orange, NSW
Chan Ly, Murwillumbah NSW, Gold Coast Qld
Kerry Lyons, Innermost Health, New Farm, Brisbane
Margaret Lyons, Cairns
Vanessa McComb, True Living NZ, New Zealand
Deborah McKay, East Ballina, NSW
Deborah McInnes, practicing chakra-puncture with no acupuncture qualifications or AHPRA registration, Brisbane, made false defamation complaint to Google
Alison Mooney, Goonellabah, NSW
Ariel Muntelwit, Worongary, Qld
Mary Louise Myers, Esoteric Breast Massage trainer and co-ordinator, Goonellabah
Sandra Newland, Wollongbar, NSW
Katerina Nikolaidis, Melbourne, Vic
Donna Nolan, yogaandhealing.com.au Balmain, Dalwood, NSW
Serryn O’Regan, Esoteric Breast Massager and lawyer, Universal Medicine Pty Ltd company secretary, Esoteric Practitioners Association company secretary, College of Universal Medicine (charity) Chairperson, Evolve College General Counsel, was advertising chakra-puncture with no acupuncture qualifications or accredition, Goonellabah, NSW
Marcia Owen, Living Medicine, Camp Hill, Qld
Alison Pearson, Sydney
Alexandra Plane, yogaandhealing.com.au and The Wellbeing Sphere, Balmain, Sydney
Heather Pope, Esoteric Breast Massage, Goonellabah, NSW
Madeleine Power, Bundoora, Vic (with Antoinette Bua)
Susan Pryor, North Mackay, Qld
Nicole Randolph, Murwillumbah, NSW
Loretta Rappos, Glen Iris, Vic
Carmel Reid, counselling, Goonellabah
Courtney Rijsdijk, Chakra-puncture, Health Healing Life, Wavell Heights, Brisbane
Joyce Ruben, Yokine, WA
Anne Scott, Glorious Body, bogus chakra-puncture, Kohimaramara, Auckland, NZ
Vicky Scott (nee Geary), Goonellabah, NSW
Susan Scully, Esoteric accounting, Unimed Brisbane, Fairfield Qld
Nicole Serafin, advertising chakra-puncture with no acupuncture qualifications or AHPRA registration. Claims to be a dietitian but is not registered. Claims to be a nutritionist but is not accredited, McLeans Ridges, NSW
Ann Serin, Brisbane, Qld
Michelle Sheldrake, Masters in Psychology, Brisbane
Debra Simpson, North Ocean Shores NSW
Nicole Sjardin, North Perth, WA
Joanne Smith, Forestdale, Qld
Johanna Smith, Perth, WA
Anita Stanfield, marriage celebrant, Brisbane
Alexis Stewart, healinginyoga.com.au, Balmain, NSW
Leigh Strack, Eungella, Qld
Lyndy Summerhaze, Brooklet, Crabbes Creek, NSW
Elizabeth Trenear, Fremantle/Cockburn, WA
Deanne Voysey, advertising chakra-puncture with no acupuncture qualifications or AHPRA registration, Lilyfield, Sydney
Simon Voysey, BHMEd, advertising chakrapuncture with no acupuncture qualifications of AHPRA registration, Lilyfield, Sydney
Robyn Walker, Gold Coast, Qld
Katie Walls, Esoteric Breast Massage, Dalwood, NSW
Rachel Walsh, Avondale Heights, Vic
Victoria Warburton, Pottsville, NSW
Lisa Welsh, Kenmore, Brisbane
Susan Wilson, Albury Wodonga, NSW
Other Promoters of Universal Medicine
Rebecca Asquith (Baldwin) Emanation Media websites & media presentations. Administrator of Universal Medicine propaganda blogs – no critical comments or questions allowed. Real Media Real Change team member. Member of UM Facts Team producing defamatory attack sites targeting official complainants, journalists and critics. Has made numerous complaints to blog host, WordPress, demanding they close my blogs. Accuses me of stalking and criminality for criticizing her public promotion of UM. Presents herself at youth sexual health conferences as a role model and expert on cyber-bullying without disclosing her UM backing.
Belle Central Cafe, Ray and Sarah Karam, Ballina, NSW
Belle General Cafe, Kyla Plummer, Shelly Beach, Ballina NSW
Bridging Foods Cookbook, cult cookbook encouraging disordered eating, authored by Sally Scott and Nicole Sjardin
Deborah Benhayon, Serge Benhayon’s first wife, UM Chief Financial Officer
Hamish Broome, Richmond Valley Council. Ex-Northern Star reporter and Real Media Real Change team member, sought contact details and other information from UM cult victims under a pretence of journalistic reporting and failed to disclose his connection to UM. Passed the information to the cult. Spouse of Real Media Real Change Proprietor, Sarah Davis.
Sarah M. Cloutier, HuffPost blogger on diet – and pushing non nutritionally based Esoteric diet on her own blogs Heal Yourself with Food (aka kill yourself with no food) and responsible for petition to the stop the abuse of women in/by the media but NOT by the UM cult.
Co-Creative Audio Visual – Rebecca Asquith, Simon Asquith, Jonathan Baldwin, Heidi Baldwin, Clayton Lloyd,
Dean Pirera, Joel Levin, Curtis Benhayon, Desiree Delaloye, Sarah Davis, bent journalist Hamish Broome The Co-Creative are at pains to point out they trying to shake off any public association with their Universal Medicine cult associates, and made a rare attempt to communicate with this site, with a bonus spray of ad hominem invective, to demand I remove the names struck through above. They are still promoting and or working for the cult, as are the others. The archived staff page.
College of Universal Medicine – UM’s dodgy Australian charity, ran into trouble with Australian Tax Office and Charities Commission and had its deductible gift recipient endorsement revoked.
Connect Education & Training, Goonellabah, includes ‘True Beauty Project’ imparting perverse Benhayon sexism to juvenile girls. Vicky Geary and Marcia Owen, formerly Activ Living Australia, federally funded and North Coast TAFE youth education and development program.
Fabic Behaviour Management, pushing esoteric nonsense via NDIS, owned by Benhayon supporter Tanya Curtis, and staffed by UM adherents, Kathryn Maroney, Sarah Broome, Emily Rutherford, Annie Tran, Julie Ferguson, Carrara, Fairfield, Qld, Lismore NSW
Design Arts by Desiree Delaloye. Ms Delaloye is Serge Benhayon’s long term personal assistant, business partner with Benhayon in Universal Healing Symbols, and with Miranda Benhayon in Featherlight Productions. She is a director of the College of Universal Medicine charity. Made false copyright complaints to WordPress in an attempt at censorship. Has demanded I remove all reference to her connection with UM from my blogs.
Esoteric Practitioners Association – Universal Medicine’s sham accreditation body. Takes money from Esoteric students in exchange for their adherence to the EPA code of conduct. Benhayon and cult hierarchy routinely breach their own code.
Esoteric Women’s Health Pty Ltd – Natalie Benhayon’s body negative enterprise promoting abusive womens health practices and sexist stereotypes – produces Our Cycles App – Period and Full Moon Diary marketed to men.
Fiery Building Fund – Defunct College of Universal Medicine building fund – shut down when ATO began investigating.
Flawless Imaging photography and design – Clayton Lloyd, Goonellabah made false copyright infringement complaint to blog host, WordPress.
Paula not on the payroll Fletcher, Universal Law Solicitors, Mullumbimby, Lismore, Tweed Heads former solicitor for Serge Benhayon, reprimanded by Legal Services Commissioner or unsatisfactory professional conduct. Says she’s no longer part of UM.
Kate Gamble, Search Engine Optimization Advisor/UM Website Manager/Director at Bruce Clay Australia, Pty Ltd
Neil Gamble, Chartered Accountant, Financial Advisor, Cash for Comment, Director of Benhayon owned Unimed Living Pty Ltd.
Glorious Music UM cult music produced by Benhayon family (non cult music is not energetically correct and causes disease).
Carmin Hall, Light Behavioural Optometry, Kenmore, Qld
Instil skin care, Jody Wood, Mornington Peninsula, Vic
Chris James, Sounds Wonderful, Performer, voice teacher, co-composer of UM cult music (non cult music is not energetically correct and causes disease), does presentations and courses in schools for pupils and teachers, Goonellabah. Business partner of Serge Benhayon, founding trustee of the Sound Foundation charity, UK. Provides continuing professional education to Australian health professionals via True Sound & Expression Inc. NA0062168E
Associate Professor Rachel Lynwood, Southern Cross University, Lismore
Rachael Kane, Connected Voice, Singing Lessons and esoteric nonsense, Melbourne, Vic
Victoria Lister, Non Profit Assist, Non Profit Explore, Not for profit consultant, Hummingbird Pie glorious gussets
Nourish All of You shop, Ray Karam, Ballina.
Neive O’Donoghue, solicitor, Kenmore Mediation and Legal Centre, Queensland
Portraits with Soul, Kosta Konstantinou and Kathryn Adams-Fortuna, Park Street Health, South Melbourne
Christoph Schnelle & Nicola Lessing, In Your Interest Financial Planning, Financial Advisor, Insurance Broker, Burringbar
Susan Scully, accountant, business consultant, UniMed Brisbane, Fairfield, Qld – business partner of Serge Benhayon
Juzzie Smith, musician
Sunlight Ink Publishing – Desiree Delaloye and Tanya Curtis, publishing children’s books
Kristy Wood, Kids in Connection, Education consultancy – teacher development, classroom workshops. Held workshop at Goonellabah YWCA at the time YWCA was dishing federal funding to the UniMed cult.
Another one I had esoteric experiences with: Jane Torvaney
To our other readers, take a look through the list and let me know if anyone else is missing. thx
Susanne Kaiser: http://au.linkedin.com/pub/susanne-kaiser/33/34a/b8a?trk=pub-pbmap
This one is probably not relevant, but Unimed affiliated: Michael Dixon, http://michaelsgardencare.com/
A couple of things: Susanne Kaiser, you might want to remove your advertising of Esoteric Acupuncture from your linked in page tout de suite, darling, or I’ll report you to AHPRA. By now you ought to know if you are unregistered and holding out as an acupuncturist it’s against the law and you could be prosecuted, and that law was put in place to protect the public from unqualified numbskulls who’ve done an infection control deprived chakrapuncture weekend or two and think they’re entitled to inflict themselves on vulnerable patients.
Next, I’d rather keep the Naming Names page for naming recruiters and practitioners, not for naming small potato cult members. I’m not convinced Michael Dixon is recruiting via his gardening business. However, input is welcome.
Besides, I feel indebted to Michael for his quality EDG notes, which have given us so much material.
And finally, an Eso-healer emailed me the following message:
“As I have found my name on your list, I would like to say the following: I am no longer associated with Universal Medicine, so I would appreciate you taking my name from this list. As for your accuracy, I am a qualified counsellor and psychotherapist. I do not see any use in bad-mouthing people and I do not approve of your website. It is simply reactive. Why would you waste your time doing this?”
I wrote back with a message to go fuck herself. A qualified counsellor and psychotherapist who thinks it’s a waste of time to expose a narcissism and death cult that molests sexual abuse survivors? Like I need her approval? Like naming a bunch of damaging parasites is worse than their preying on the vulnerable? If she was ‘qualified’ she would recognize the harm, and if she wasn’t such an entitled arsehole, she’d report the abusers. Anyway, she can stay on the list for another few years, and too bad if she misses out on clients.They don’t deserve her.
I have, however, removed others from the list who were able to show they no longer advertised Esoteric services, and asked politely.
As of early 2016 Susanne Kaiser lists herself as an “esoteric Chakra-Puncturist” on Linked-in, see https://au.linkedin.com/in/susanne-kaiser-b8a34a33. Seems a bit like calling a pig by a new name, no? It’ll still be a pig in my book.
2 more practitioners including a facebook page:
Spooky. The chains, the same 1000 yard glazed eye stare and the incoherent Serge quote at the bottom of the page that is gibberish.
How many drones are out there planting the seeds of this brain virus? The head of the snake has to be removed.
And there in those photos of the conscious mind fuck festival in Perth are Penny Scheenhouwer, Lee Green, Sally Scott, Joel Levin et al -practicing piss take therapies and probably hoping to charge for it.
Wow.. for someone who claims to be professional in their diligence to ‘bring down’ an organization you sure are unprofessional. I came to this site seeking an independent review of Universal Medicine. However, given the significant use of expletives, it is pretty clear that the site admin and serial bloggers either lack the education to express their opinions and thoughts eloquently or are far to emotionally engaged in this issue to be professional and thus scientific. Its pretty clear this site has a one sided agenda. I fail to see a single blog that questions “Darkly Venus’s” or anyone else’s statements on this page. Yet the posts clearly hang on every single word anyone associated with Universal Medicine says. I like the one showing photos of a practitioner “touching a patients genitals” ummmm have you ever opened a book on anatomy and physiology? I dare say that gynecologists probably have a reference they refer to in their training and I’m pretty certain their manuals would have far more revealing images than the ones posted here. Further to that I dare say they probably don’t have a caption ensuring that the patient is treated with “utmost respect”.
Clearly the right for “freedom of speech” is being edited out by the Site Admin in order to ensure that only blogs/comments that suit the agenda of the site administrator get expressed here. This site is a long way off being a professional review of Universal Medicine.
One can only assume that anyone who can make up their own mind and who reads these pages to seek facts on Universal Medicine can easily come to the conclusion that this site is clearly based on a personal and/or professional vendetta. Any truly honest and professional review of an organization would have to include a discussion of the pros and cons of an organization. This site is no more than a rant for one or two bitter and twisted individuals.
I’ll watch with curiosity to see if this comment gets “adminned” off the site. I am pretty confident that despite the sites admin complaining about UniMed not lettering them have their say, I’m sure they will do the very same for this post.
C’mon. I challenge Site Admin to post all feedback and comments in the interest of fair and professional review. Don’t just post the ones that serve your purposes. In doing so you are doing the very thing you claim Universal Medicine is doing.
Oh goody, a real live cult troll. We haven’t had one since Paula not on the payroll Fletcher outed herself.
So the best you can do is accuse us of using *gasp* expletives, that somewhere we’ve claimed ‘professional diligence’ lol, and then to compare bugalugs Benhayon the bullshitter with professional medically qualified gynaecologists?
If you’re looking for a professional opinion on UM, call Cult Counselling Australia, darl.
They charge by the hour. Or is it by the minute?
We’re not selling anything on this site, or making anything either.
A couple of points for your edification, dear. We’ve never edited a single critical comment out. Never. I’ve even publicly posted some that were sent to me privately as feeble attempts at hate mail or pseudo legal threats. We constantly question UM apologists, we welcome them to answer our many questions here in an open forum, but no one ever does. Are you going to be any different?
Are you seriously trying to compare unqualified Benhayon with professional gynaecologists, who study a minimum of 10 years to attain their specialty? And who are then accountable to the Medical Board of Australia?
Unqualified Benhayon has no business with his hands anywhere near breasts or genitals, let alone to represent his groping as ‘healing’ or to inflict that on sexual abuse victims. The fact you can’t make a distinction between professional gynaecology and the transgressions of an unqualified treatment room predator is symptomatic of the inverted value system common among UM cult members.
So, it’s okay for unqualified people to touch the genitals of abuse victims, call it healing and teach it to hundreds of other unqualified busy bodies?
Do you think it’s okay that Serge Benhayon has adolescent girls as unaccompanied houseguests for weeks at a time?
Are you aware that millionaire Benhayon was once bankrupt and still owes money to creditors?
Would you like to comment on the UK Charity Commission’s action against UM charity, the Sound Foundation?
Or UM’s application to be recognized as a religion for charity status, even though Benhayon publicly states UM is a business?
Have you ever had an entity removed by Serge?
Would you send a female relative for healing with him, seeing you’re an expert on anatomy?
Did you know the Arcturans blessed the healing symbols?
Do you feel compelled to clear the ‘prana’ from yourself after you visit relatives or soon to be ex friends who’ve been eating sugar or dairy or drinking beer?
How much are you making out of your association with UM?
How much have you spent on Esoteric healing and UM workshops and products?
How much have you donated?
And look, if you want balance, and ‘truth’ you can always read UM’s sites. Try posting a few of our questions on them for fun.
Yes, I don’t think you are seeking a balanced discussion on Universal Medicine, and it’s clear you’ve accepted the cult spin of it being “one or two” emotion charged individuals writing the blog and posts day and night with nothing else to do. I detect some other cult tell tales signs too, THUS I conclude you are a troll. But none the less, we welcome you. Firstly, we like to communicate, but don’t often get the chance because members don’t like to constellate, to use a Serge oldie but goodie; and when we and many others have tried to comment on group blogs, no matter how benign, we’ve been “adminned” off the site- to borrow your phrase. Not one non member’s comment has slipped past those wily little admin girls and old guy.
Love the dig about not being educated enough. Ho Ho. By comparison to the monotone cult language of the member sites, which are all composed in Serge-speak, this site, colorful as it is, makes us and the contributors look like literary geniuses. It is definitely far more insightful, erudite and considered. The use of expletives might be more upsetting than it should, because Serge told you it’s pranic. There’s a whole psychology to how swearing affects us, but I am sure you won’t be interested so I won’t bother telling. Suffice to say, there’s more knowledge in one post on this site than in all of Serge’s books put together and the minds of the compromised professionals under Serge’s spell. And if you read, for example, Christoph Schnell’s posts, you have to know that “scientific” is as beyond him as it is Serge and the members. I think you only mean that in the same way as “Christian Scientist” or the “Science of Re-incarnation” which really means pseudo-science, other wise known as not-science. But you probably don’t really know- you’re just using the word.
And Anon, if we were dispassionate we wouldn’t bother. That’s the thing about emotion- it makes you do things. Yes, we are annoyed, angry, upset, and righteously indignant. That is how injustices get righted. Forget anything Serge told you. It’s bullshit. And in due time you’ll learn he is nothing but bullshit. A little bit of thinking and you’d be able to work that out for yourself. You wouldn’t even need to read a blog. It’s quite obvious really. But I’m not going to try and spell it out for you, because it’s all here.
Thanks for at least having the courage to have a crack. You’ve stepped out of line, so perhaps your critical thinking, piss-poor as it is, is kicking back in. Who knows.
Nice try Anonymous but you will have to do better than that if you seek credibility for your post. The real difference between UM and the ‘one or two bitter and twisted individuals’, is the road we all travel to reach our intellectual destinations. On the one hand, the individuals are exactly that, their minds are free to reach any conclusion they choose but on the other hand there are a few thousand devotees of UM whose minds have been shaped by the teachings of Mr. Benhayon to reach conclusions specified by him. If you have any experience at all of UM’s modus operandi you will have seen the most extraordinary abuse of vulnerable people to expand the financial interests of Mr. Benhayon, his family and a select number of associates.
What consenting adults do in their spare time is non of my business and entirely up to them as long as they do not inflict their views and practices upon those who may not have the ability to choose to reject them. I would urge you to take a good look at UM’s proposed move into education via the Teachers are Gold project. This is the point at which those of us who are concerned about the deeper effects of Mr. Benhayon’s questionable philosophy, must stand up and resist its advance with all our power.
I have just found this site and due to the date of yours and other comments on this page, you are probably unlikely to ever read this. This page is exposing the leeches of universal medicine and good on them. UM and followers are a dangerous lot. As far as I am concerned, ANYONE performing esoteric breast massage on young girls is guilty of sexual abuse. I know for a FACT this has been done and I have no doubt they are still doing it! It’s about time the authorities investigated and criminally charge anyone they possibly can who is associated with UM. They are criminals in my opinion. They destroy families and yes that is a FACT too. SB is a pathological narcissist and his followers have one or more of these traits: lack of self-confidence, ignorant of how groups manipulate people, idealism, dissatisfaction with the status quo, need for absolute answers, gullible, vulnerable, weak, desire to belong, not assertive, willingness to overlook the undesirable traits of a pathological narcissist, followers. Very weak and gullible are preyed upon. SB has NO qualifications, other than being a self professed superman. He is a predator and a very dangerous one. I have trouble understanding how people succumb to such rubbish. UM is a cult, no doubt, and extremely dangerous.
If you have information of that nature please report it to police. If you’re not willing to report it to police then please do not make allegations of criminality on my blogs.
I do not belong to this site. But before I made up my mind about UniMed as well as his founder and the way I personally express myself on the subject, today: I’ve read 150 pages of testimonies on the Rick Ross anti cult forum , all the news articles you can find on this site including watching the tonight news, pages and pages of what I today call ‘ The Loveblogs’ written by UniMed students, who showed me themselves how reactive they are, before my very own eyes. Listened to the 2012 New Year broadcast with Serge Benhayon and Gayle Cue. Not to mention the disappearing blog’s who also asked questions about UniMed and the trail of broken families they leave behind. All this before this blog even got started.
Maybe you should do the same…
Closed in UK as of October 2013.
Ah, yes, there’s a different EPA company in the UK now: http://www.companiesintheuk.co.uk/ltd/epa-ukeu established in January 2013.
It’s EPA UK/EU, with Simone Benhayon, Jonathan & Rowena Stewart and Sara Williams as directors.
The company that closed was a branch of the Australian company, with Serge & Natalie Benhayon as directors with Serryn O’Regan.
A little bit of rearranging but the cult is still taking money for nothing, no doubt.
Of course the directors of UM UK (which was denied Charitable statues in the UK) – Simone Benhayon, Jane Keep, Sara Williams are also all trustees of The Sound Foundation (which was granted Charitable status).
Check out the link above for people using The Lighthouse as a base to register companies. And this is the same Lighthouse that owner Janet Williams stated “We cannot state more clearly that we are nothing to do with ‘religion’. Universal Medicine is a client of ours who makes use of the conference facilities on the premises and with whom we have had a wonderful working relationship for many years.”
Telling lies is not an issue for people doing ‘the work’. They have to do it to themselves all day long, so getting on Trip adviser and deceiving people is a no-brainier. Even a prerequisite.
Serge teaches them how to be self-involved, ignorant, deceptive, petty, small-minded, petulant and stupid. More or less himself and the antithesis of what I imagine enlightenment is supposed to look like.
Your tweet on exorcisms bought to mind this truly frightening portrait picture:
This one’s scarier – Satan??
A new esoteric home page:
Here’s another stereotypical “hunky looking” UM member http://simkim.weebly.com/simon-says/london-weather-report-cold-wet
This is his QLD business page http://www.gentlyconsulting.com.au
The correlation between UM members and guests at “The Lighthouse” in Frome makes for interesting reading…
sue has moved from oxfordshire to frome and is offering yoga classes and a sound group there. my wife mentioned also a massage and chakrapuncture business in the making.
Vijayadev Yogendra? Yoga was good. However, I feel there many questions that should answered about the gentleman who founded the centre and SOTE.