In the recent McIntyre inheritance case, cult leader, Serge Benhayon ingratiated himself to $1.3M of a dying cancer patient’s estate, at the expense of her children, grandchildren, and disabled dependents. The blog Congratulations! You have cancer, posted within days of the news coverage exemplifies Benhayon’s morbid but highly lucrative Livingness swindle.
I recently posted a YouTube lecture from Daniel Shaw on the topic of cult leaders thriving by draining the vitality from others. I’ve also blogged about the death worshipping fraud that is Esoteric healing in depth. Congratulations! You have cancer is another of the horrors flung out by the Way of the Livingness death drive propaganda machine.
In the blog, a young, cancer patient – also a science trained psychotherapist – tells of falling for the Benhayon hands on con job. She now believes his toxic, non evidence based magical thinking that cancer is ‘clearing’.
I understood that cancer was my body’s way of clearing harmful energies I had taken on. By that I mean, that I had for years been living in a way that was not very loving, indeed it had been quite abusive and those choices had consequences for my body. All of those choices had been energetically harming for my body and cancer was my body’s way of getting rid of them.
Those are the identical words from Benhayon’s teachings on cancer, repeated scores of times in his podcast lectures, which cult members listen to up to thirty times each. It’s also verbatim of other UM customers, some of whom went to their graves believing their lives and relationships before joining the cult were worthless.
They believe that normal human emotions cause cancer – as does ‘prana’ and ‘male energy‘. They believe they deserve cancer for failing to think Esoterically correct thoughts and for lax adherence to lifestyle restrictions that include a ban on sports and vigorous exercise, as well as cutting out dairy products, root vegetables, grains and numerous other nutritional foods.
From there, as we’ve seen, the student body moves in on patients in their most vulnerable states, replacing patients’ former connections with cult love bombing. As we saw in Judith McIntyre’s case, the next step is a large bequest to a career scam artist and his Universal Medicine industry of New Age exploitation.
And it happened exactly like that. Students (of Universal Medicine) were visiting me every day, supported me with sessions, especially Connective Tissue Therapy…It was an amazing feeling to be held in true love by the Benhayons and the students during the whole process.
You bet UniMed investors show love and support to the financially secure terminally ill. Cancer patients with assets are priority targets for the Benhayons. With the enthusiastic endorsement of Universal Medicine’s occult quackery promoting cult doctors – most culpably Lismore’s Dr Jane Barker, UK NHS Eunice Minford and Australian, Dr Samuel Kim.
For the vulnerable, warm and fuzzy ‘feeling’ takes primacy over the ghastly truth – that they and their loved ones suffer when patients are preyed upon by a spiritual scam. Anxiety wracked patients are indoctrinated to condemn their pasts in favour of a hypothetical ‘Glorious’ reincarnation into the anti-social, impossibly austere Way of the Livingness – deceptively marketed as love and truth.
Talking to Serge Benhayon about the cancer and my anxiety felt more calming than anything I have experienced before. I came to realise that the cancer is a way of my body showing me choices I have made in the past, and that it offers me a huge possibility to heal important issues…Even if I were to die, I would know that my body would have cleared the harmful energies I had taken on.
The following encapsulates the scam:
The cancer has not returned, yet, physical healing is not the purpose of true healing as I understand it now. True healing is much deeper, much more profound and really life-changing. I feel that without this deep understanding and without addressing the root cause of cancer, which is always a certain way of being with oneself and others, it is possible for the cancer to return.
Serge is off the hook. If the cancer goes into remission, he gets the credit for ‘true healing’. If it returns, that patient will blame herself for a prognosis, which in reality, she can’t control.
Regardless of the prognosis, the love bombing and the promise of a higher initiation in the next life ensures she’ll make a hefty bequest – ultimately helping to expand a predatory fraud.
Universal Insults – Serge Benhayon’s degradation of the ailing
Death Drive Part 1 – Serge Benhayon’s cult of death, the doctrines