Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed

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

“Good Chances” with a villager, Sathya Sai Baba

Posted by robertpriddy on February 28, 2009

Quote from ‘Heart to heart’ (p. 54,  Sai Towers Publishing 1996) by Howard Levin:

(Author) “Doesn’t Swami know the difference between a photostat and a forgery?”
(Kasturi) “How can he know that?’ Mr Kasturi retorted. ‘ He’s only from a village.”

Comment: Isn’t that revealing. Prof. N. Kasturi himself, the “official biographer” who praised Sathya Sai Baba to the skies as the omniscient savant surpassing all others in his publications is revealed, despite himself, showing that in truth he did not reckon that Sai Baba knew more than a simple Puttaparthi villager! Howard Levin also tells how Sai Baba was completely unable to figure out how a certain simple Western mechanical toy worked and had to be told how by others. So much for ‘omniscience’ in whatever shape or form!

The American devotee Howard Levin also wrote a book about his time near to ‘the avatar’ entitled “Good Chances”. Those are the very words Sathya Sai Baba was later reported by several of those who he wanted to have sex with! Howard Levin was a young man during the 1970s having very close daily contacts with Sai Baba. He tells how Sai Baba said those words to him and to other young American men staying there with him, including Tal Brooke (to whom Sai Baba made clear sexual advances, as detailed by him from 1980 onwards in his books). ‘Good chances’ is a revealing title indeed, little did Levin think how its actual meaning would be made clear decades afterwards!

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