In 2014, Serge Benhayon stated to the NSW HCCC that he has a current Working With Children Certificate. It needs to be taken away from him immediately, for a host of reasons we’ve already documented, including his cavalier attitude to inappropriate touching, the exposure of children to sexually explicit subject matter and the use of covert hypnosis in exorcistic practices at Esoteric events. And then there’s his questionable history with his current wife.
That worked nicely. The UK’s top selling current affairs magazine, Private Eye, was so impressed by the Universal Medicine cult’s frenzy of defensiveness over their probe into UM’s connections with the UK NHS they decided to follow up. It’s no surprise to us cult members swamped the mailbag protesting about allegations the Eye didn’t make, and couldn’t quite specify which information published was ‘lies’.
UPDATE: CULT ROLL CALL ON EUNICE’S YOUTUBE VIDEO LOL
Universal Medicine cult leader Serge Benhayon’s public lies are now so numerous they’ll soon take up their own dedicated blog page. They’re also so audacious Benhayon has extended his dishonesty to making false statements to regulatory authorities, which is an offence under state and federal laws. A decision letter from the NSW Health Care Complaints Commission about Benhayon teaching inappropriate touching at Esoteric Healing Workshops states that Benhayon has a current working with children’s certificate. A check with the Office of the Child Guardian reveals he has not. [Correction: subsequent checks have shown he gained or renewed the check on January 19, valid until 2019] But that is only one of several false statements made to the regulator by Serge and now Miranda Benhayon.
Universal Medicine followers will easily recognize the statements as false, but will they persist in believing in their guru’s utmost integrity? And more importantly, what excuses will the HCCC make this time for failing to adequately investigate and failing to act?
Cult leader, Serge Benhayon says every day is like Christmas for his followers, who make the effort to be joyous and loving 365 days of the year. So it’s merely a coincidence that Rebecca Baldwin, Desiree Delaloye, Sarah Davis and cult psychologist, Marianna Masiorski, chose the last few days to demand I remove all references to their promotion of Universal Medicine’s toxic enterprise from my blogs, and to accuse me of breaking some law or other, which they haven’t named. Ms Davis sent hers early Christmas morning as a gesture of good cheer. As usual the Esoteric sourpusses aren’t sure which law I’m breaking, they don’t specify which statements of mine are allegedly false, and the puppet master, Serge Benhayon, is nowhere to be seen.