Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed

Exposing major deceits by guru Sathya Sai Baba in India, incl. murders cover-up & widely alleged sexual abuse

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SAI PERSONALITY CULT

Posted by robertpriddy on June 12, 2007

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Having pronounced he is God Incarnate, the Father who sent Christ etc. etc., rom the age of around 40 , Sathya Sai Baba is already becoming the focus of a kind of mythology, and this process is apparently gaining in strength as he becomes less available for personal contacts. He is praised as an idol by many thousands, at least, and is the focus of one of the largest personality cults in India since Mahatma Gandhi’s time. This cult brooks no criticism of him, strictly censors and denies any proofs against him, and it is backed by Prime Ministers and Presidents of India who use their powers to cover-up all untoward facts about him. He is fascinating if only because of his enormous claims which surpass all known limits. Sathya Sai Baba is at the focus of a constant crowd of thousands of persons, which swells up to over a quarter of a million on some of his birthday celebrations. He is worshipped and set apart from – and way above – all other living persons by his followers. He is regarded, not as a God, but literally as God Himself, the One and only living divinity. This is his pronouncement and is the chief cause of all the eulogisation. He has constantly claimed to be wholly pure and divine, ever-present everywhere, all-knowing, almighty and ever-benevolent – Love Incarnate!

The Worship of Sai Baba’s person, name and form
Sathya Sai Baba has instructed many people to worship him, including his own parents, but has also conflictingly said at times that he does not wish to be worshipped. [His elder brother never accepted his claims and originally considered he was possessed by a Muslim spirit. But Sai followers have tried to pervert the truth about this with false statements that his elder brother did accept him in the end].  The observable fact is that he is constantly surrounded by worshippers, whose worship he willingly accepts on all occasions (eg. particularly visible during the fire ceremony (arathi) which is usually done before him twice daily) and the constant falling at his feet to touch (traditional padnamaskaar) or also kiss them. (He announced some years ago that this was to be discontinued, but he is still often observed to accept it willingly nonetheless… a typical Sai ploy, to say one thing and do another). In addition to this, he accepts to sit on many thrones that are made for him, ride in various chariots, including a magnificent and costly golden one, swing at least once yearly on a silver swing to be worshipped as Krishna and so on. People bow before him constantly, touch his feet, lie flat on the ground at his feet etc.

In days gone be he allowed himself to be garlanded frequently, even accepting a many dozens of huge flower garlands around his neck at one time. This practice he stopped, and one would assume that it must be a relief not to have to bear their occasional huge weight. Only infrequently is he garlanded very briefly nowadays, taking the garland only symbolically over the head then giving it back. Though he insists repeatedly that worship of himself is the easiest way to liberation in this era, he has declared time and again that he has come to show us the way to self-realisation, the direct experience of our own potentiality and inherent divine nature and, in short, that each and every one of us is also God. Typically, however, he has since his infamous Christmas 2000 discourse, begun to declare that some people are demons without a ‘divine spark’… namely, those who accuse and criticise him. So please note you are now reading the words of someone virtually declared a demon by God Incarnate Himself! You may wonder, how does it feel? Well, now and again, it makes me laugh!

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