The Universal Medicine Cult

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A bizarre Cult. You can burp bad spirits out! (They don't mean alcohol.)

The cult also teaches that people with autism were former dictators

Chamber boss Simon Williams quits over Universal Medicine cult claims

The president of a Chamber of Commerce has stood down from his role following a BBC investigation into a cult which he is a follower of. Simon Williams owns the Lighthouse home of the UK HQ of Universal Medicine, which teaches people are sexually abused due to past life actions. BBC Inside Out West investigated the group, with one daughter saying she had "lost" her mother to them.

Frome Chamber of Commerce said it had accepted Mr Williams' decision to quit.

Universal Medicine was founded by Serge Benhayon in 1999, and its European headquarters are at the Lighthouse in Tytherington, near Frome in Somerset. The former tennis coach, who lives in Australia, is a friend of Mr Williams. The cult also teaches that people with autism were former dictators, and followers are expected to go to bed at 21:00 and get up at 03:00 and they have to follow a strict diet, which forbids even vegetables.

Another belief is that bad spirits can be "burped out".

In December an Australian court, during a libel claim, found it was true to say that Universal Medicine was a "socially harmful cult" that makes false claims about healing. ...

Watch BBC Inside Out West's Investigation into Universal Medicine on the BBC iPlayer.

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-somerset-47551711
 

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You can learn more about Universal Medicine (aka UniMed) at:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_Medicine

The organisation is principally located in Goonellabah and Wollongbar, near Lismore, New South Wales, Australia. Its European headquarters are known as "The Lighthouse" and are situated between Tytherington and Frome, Somerset, England.

The signature treatments practised and taught by Universal Medicine are "esoteric breast massage", "esoteric healing", "ovarian readings", "chakra-puncture", "esoteric connective tissue therapy" and "esoteric ovary massage". All treatments were devised by Serge Benhayon, who has claimed the business grosses at least AUD$2 million a year from courses and retreats.
 

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"esoteric breast massage"
esoteric
/ˌɛsəˈtɛrɪk,ˌiːsəˈtɛrɪk/
adjective
adjective: esoteric
  1. intended for or likely to be understood by only a small number of people with a specialized knowledge or interest.
Perfectly reasonable...sure it is.
 

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Reminds me of the story about Eric Douglas, his eldest and a comedian. One night he was dying on his feet and eventually, exasperated, he yelled "Don't you know who I am? I'm Kirk Douglas's son!"

The room went quiet, then one of the audience stood up and said "I'm Kirk Douglas's son...."
 
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