David W. Jackson – April 25, 2011
I spent a month with Sai Baba in India. At the time, I too was a ‘useful idiot’, buying lock, stock and barrel as I did and proclaiming as truth to others the claims of avatarhood etc. Subsequently I realised that my devotion was misplaced, that I and countless millions more had been duped, had, deceived, scammed.
I was one of the lucky ones. I didn’t have kids buggared by him as countless thousands of trusting dupes did. (Manipulating their chakras was the pitiful excuse given). I didn’t have anyone I loved murdered. The difference between truth and falsehood lies as ever in following the evidence no matter where it leads. As good old Sherlock Holmes was wont to say: Once the impossible has been eliminated, what is left, however improbable is the truth.
One in four families in the UK have already been victimised by cults of one form or another; it’s a serious problem. (As a conterpoint: everyone would benefit by reading Steve Hassan’s Combatting Cult Mind-Control. Knowledge really is power and potent self-defense whereas ignorance is not only bliss, it can be spiritual suicide).
Sai Baba is a serial abuser of young boys. More damningly he is a proven faker of apports. There is video evidence of him palming vibbhuti from pellets concealed between his thumbs. The ‘gold’ omegas etc proven cheap fakes.
The evidence for this, for anyone with eyes sufficiently open to appraise, is incontrovertible. In fact, he is NOT the living embodiment of godhead but rather the fulfillment of Matthew 24:24:
‘For false Christs and false prophets will appear and perform great signs and miracles to deceive even the elect – if that were possible.’
The problem for those who like his US movement representive has invested over 25 years of his life believing a lie, is that often the path of least resistance to the soul-crushing cognitive dissonance is to lay down and roll over.
(The Secret Swami. BBC Expose. I’m writing from China where it’s blocked. Perhaps also available on youtube. Must see).
‘For every credibility gap there is a gullibility fill‘ – Anon. Guess who provides it?
With warmest regards,
David W. Jackson