Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed

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

Archive for October 5th, 2008

Isaac Tigrett – the fantasies & fall of a Sai Baba supporter

Posted by robertpriddy on October 5, 2008

One present exception to the current harassment of Westerners at Prashanthi Nilayam is Isaac Tigrett.  He is now living in the ashram having fallen on hard times, now being said to have been sitting in a VIP chair on the ladies side of the veranda, hob-nobbing with Indians and avoiding anyone outside his clique. He is apparently now also needing the services of the Puttaparthi Hospital which he donated to Sathya Sai Baba.

Tigrett’s support for Sai Baba was made clear by him on the BBC documentary, The Secret Swami, where Tigrett states he considers him to be a sexual abuser (see here). Should Sai Baba go out and murder someone, Tigrett opined, it would make no difference to his spiritual journey as a devotee! What kind of man is this?

Isaac Tigrett - Hard Rocker

Isaac Tigrett – Hard Rocker

His website states: “Tigrett now lives in Prashanthi Nilayam in South India at the Ashram of his Master Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Tigrett is currently launching his next venture, a Spiritual Retreat in the “rain forest” of S. India – at the behest of his Master, “THE MYSTIC INN OF THE 7TH RAY.” Whether the Master he refers to is Sathya Sai Baba or the ascended Master St. Germain remains unclear.

The Seventh Ray is another of those highly suspicious ‘works’ of wild theological imagination untrammeled by any facts whatever which claimed to be the absolute truth. It was supposedly written by “The Ascended Master SAINT GERMAIN”. This has long been recognised as lunatic fringe stuff. Add to this Tigrett’s strange antics involving a crystal skull which he claims was ‘materialised’ for him in an interview by Sathya Sai Baba. He implanted this skull in the top of the Pyramid Arena in Memphis, Tennessee and, when it was removed by the powers-that-be, an Internet source reported: “According to Mr. Tigrett: “You don’t have any idea what you have done,” he said upon being told that the crystal skull had been removed, adding somberly that the cosmic balance of the earth could be disturbed as well.”

As of June 2014, nothing more has been heard of the much-touted Tigrett’s ‘Mystic Inn of the Seventh Ray’ ashram project in Coorg. Shortage of cash. But venal Tigrett has excelled himself with self-publicity of an even more weirdly doubtful kind in an attempt to regain prominence (and probably also donations) See  Tigrett’s ludicrous fantasies about Sai Baba’s ‘return in subtle body’

More on these hilarious shenanigans here:-

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Satya Sai’s Prashanthi Nilayam harassing Westerners

Posted by robertpriddy on October 5, 2008

A report from a person living in Puttaparthi who has become a non-devotee via a most reliable source known to me (both wish to remain incognito for obvious reasons) says that Westerners are not visiting as before. They are being hounded out, and Visa authorities, the local and the national governments are helping in this and in making  it very hard for Westerners to visit. They are not welcome at the Prashanthi Nilayam ashram and are treated as peasants.

Prashanthi Nilayam ashram

Prashanthi Nilayam ashram

This tendency has always been noticeable and getting stronger as the years went by – especially among many of the Seva Dal volunteers who lord it over visitors. Since the news of widespread allegations of sexual abuse broke world-wide on the Internet about Sathya Sai Baba from 2000 onwards – with the increasing critical examination of his many bogus claims, failed prophesies, deceptions and superstitious and often absurd ‘teachings’, more and more Western visitors have been having a tougher and tougher time. Meanwhile, the same old Sai-VIPs in the Sathya Sai Organization remain there until they die off.

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