Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed

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

SAI BABA BIG BLUFF

Posted by robertpriddy on June 21, 2007

In a hagiography called ‘Conversations with Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba’ ISBN 81-7208-049-2 page 164. Dr. John Hislop asked about life beyond the earth and Sathya SaiBaba replied,

H: “Science says there are many planets where there will be much the same life.”
Sai: “In all the universe there is no other planet that has human life, or a similar life form.”

Later, in ‘My Baba and I’ by Dr. John Hislop  (p.225-6 – Birth Day Publishing, San Diego 1985), we read the exact opposite:
Sai Baba said “All life may flow toward God. Even frogs in a pond and insects.”
J.H: “But Swami, that is life in this world. I mean life elsewhere in the universe.”

Sai: “… The question about life in the universe arises because you project your own particular circumstances. You feel that other ways of life would be intolerable for you. In the hot, blazing Sun, for instance, beings are livinhis life exists in circumstances considered to be intolerable by you. Elsewhere in the Universe, life feels it is Divinity, is one with Divinity, and is quite happy, and feeling all is right.”

Comment: As here, Sathya Sai Baba often contradicts himself on many major issues (whether there is free will or not, whether there is a divine spark in every being or not etc. etc.). This helps satisfy each party – they read only which version they want to believe and then deceive themselves that he knows and is telling them the truth!

Now, that some form of life will be found to exist outside earth is highly likely, according to one of the world’s recognised most foremost geneticists, Prof. Richard Dawkins of Oxford University. Dawkins makes a calculation of the chances of the same basic conditions for life as exist on earth to show, in summary, that “…my earlier calculation demonstrated that even a chemical model with odds of success as low as one in a billion, would still predict that life would arise on a billion planets in the universe.” He also points out that “a chemical model need only predict that life will arise on one planet in a billion billion to give us a good and entirely satisfying explanation for the presence of life here.

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