Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed

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

Three deaths at Sai Baba’s Prashanthi Nilayam

Posted by robertpriddy on December 15, 2008

The dome on the right had collapsed

The dome on the right had collapsed

The Eternal Heritage Museum is a large and costly wasteful building showcasing world religions and promoting Sathya Sai Baba as God Incarnate and he to whom all religions related, though they know it or not! In 1990, the museum  was in the final stage of building and decoration when one of the three concrete domes collapsed and crashed down through three floors, crushing threes devotees who were doing an installation of an art work there. This occurred three days before my wife and I left for Norway.  Two friends of ours (Michael Oliver and Bonnie) were killed. The third death was another Californian from the Santa Cruz area, an artist Jean, whose 12-ft. mosaic monolith/stupa the three were erecting.

There was the usual attempt at cover-up of this incident, considered by officials and VIP devotees as bad publicity for Sathya Sai Baba. Guards surrounded the small hospital where the one temporary survivor, Michael Oliver, was taken. It was hard to gain entrance to see our dying friend. He had to be taken to Bangalore in a Volkswagen bus taxi, and the journey unexpectedly too 11 houts, during which Michael died after tremendous suffering (having torn off his plasma infusion apparatus). The whole incident was treated as if nothing had happened at all, and no information was allowed to go out about it. So much for Sathya Sai Baba’s “divine protection of his devotees” once again!

My friend V.K. Narasimhan, who showed extreme caution in saying things that he knew or assumed might displease Sathya Sai Baba (at least in public!) asked me to talk at one of his lectures, just after the three Americans had been killed in the Museum accident in November, 1990, because I had known Michael Oliver so well. VKN had already held forth about death and loss – but people were evidently very confused as to what he was talking about, having never mentioned the accident. When I spoke I naturally asked if people knew that the accident had occurred the day before. Many people said “No, no.” So I explained the matter. After this in private, VKN said “Well, I suppose it didn’t matter that you told them, but Swami does not like anything of that sort to be talked about”. At the same time, he would speak freely to me in private of what he was unable to publish.

Read the full details of this incident here

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