Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed

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

Three Sai Baba devotees jumped to death in Glasgow

Posted by robertpriddy on March 21, 2010

The recent widely reported suicides of a family of three who jumped from a 15-storey high rise block of flats in Glasgow on March 7th – tied together – were staunch Sathya Sai Baba devotees! The report from Russian news sources contains many bizarre details about the three persons – who never worked and who were very well off, who were denied refugee status in Canada and UK. One was supposedly a “miracle-working” psychic.. all based on Sathya Sai Baba beliefs (the swami who was accused of massive fraud and abuses on the BBC documentary ‘The Secret Swami’). This article suggests why they jumped to end it all!

“Fatalities in Glasgow refugees from Russia were wealthy sect, the press found out

report from Komsomolskaya Pravda

Screen capture of NewsRu.com from Komsomolskaya Pravda

Family history of Russian refugees who, according to preliminary information, committed suicide, jumping from the window of a multi-storey building in Glasgow,  with new details.  Members of the family – husband, wife and their adopted son – were fans of the sect of the Indian guru Sathya Sai Baba, according to the newspaper “Komsomolskaya Pravda”.  In addition, the Gray family, to seek political asylum, was sufficient security for immigrants, found the British journalists.

About five years ago in the publisher’s office in Toronto, a woman with turban – Tanya Gray – visited.  She wanted to place a newspaper advertisement on the Indian guru Sathya Sai Baba.  She was with her husband, obviously younger than her fifteen years.  According to the newspaper, Sergei exuded optimism and glowing good mood.  However, despite the playfulness, he fervently believed in Sai Baba and the psychic abilities of his wife.  Later, the publisher of the newspaper more than once heard a rumor that Tanya Sergei stole his daughter.  Again Sergey phoned to the newspaper two years later. He wanted to add an article on Sai Baba, but was refused.

In other newspapers ads Tatyana talked on her extraordinary abilities.  Always wearing a white turban on his head, it caused many a skeptical smile, the newspaper notes.  The woman with a towel on her head was well-known among the other Toronto psychics. — (incomprehensible sentence)  One article stated that some poor person  jumped out a window, but during the flight remembered Tatiana, said her name and was saved. Tatiana’s business picked up, the third prevented the divorce.

Sergei gave the impression of being the manager of his wife, totally under her influence. He had said: “She is an unusual, a great woman.” They were both sectarian – believers in Sathya Babu. “Tatyana seems to be teaching yoga” – according to the newspaper of the leading international Russian-language TV channel RTVI.

From 1994 to 1996 he served in the Army in Russia’s Pskov region.  He lived in the suburbs of Toronto North York with his wife Tatiana, and children – son Stephan and daughter Karina Kryazheva, which is now 23 years old. В In October 2005, Gray and his family were in Canada the status of “persons subject to protection,” reports with reference to The Daily Mail website InoPressa.ru.

Canadian friends say that Gray and his family professed Hinduism, never worked, but treated people “psychologically”. And suddenly, without saying anything to anyone, they disappeared. This happened after Gray was denied Canadian citizenship, and he began to assert that his life was in danger.

After a brief trip to Germany, Holland and Spain, in 2007, the family of Gray appears and begins to seek asylum in the UK.  Karina was not with them at this time.

In an interview with The Daily Mail, she claims she had lost contact with their families when they left Canada.  It is unclear whether she had gone from Canada in conjunction with them, or any events forced her to distance himself from his family, the newspaper notes.

Karina did not want to answer questions from journalists about the mental state of his stepfather and his statements about the threat to his life by the secret services, saying only that part of his speech – it is true, and some – not.

Living in London, Gray was not in poverty, had modern TV consoles, laptops, office equipment.  Flats in the area of the park Wembley went for 1250 pounds a month.  The head of the family, apparently, did not work, the newspaper notes.

Sergei Gray claimed that he was a former secret agent, that once discovered a plot to murder the British queen, and knows who killed Alexander Litvinenko, that he was being hunted by Russia and the Ukrainian security services and would kill him if he and his family return home to Ukraine.

Sathya Sai Baba (Help)

Sathya Sai Baba – a Hindu guru, is a native of South India, public speaker, author of books on Hindu philosophy and a religious figure. The Sathya Sai Organization has more than 1200 centres and is based in 114 countries.  The number of followers of Sai Baba is from 5 to 10 million.  Followers believe that Sathya Sai Baba is an avatar of the era and the embodiment of Indian saint Sai Baba of Shirdi.

Among the famous followers of Sai Baba – the Queen of Belgium, the former Prime Minister of Greece, the wife of President Nazarbaev of Kazakhstan, a former Ugandan dictator Idi Amin. Among those who visited the ashram –  Mstislav Rostropovich, George Harrison, Steven Segal, Ernst Muldashev, Boris Grebenshchikov and many others.

In 2004 the BBC broadcast in the UK and worldwide critical documentary about Sathya Sai Baba “Secret Swami” in which the former followers of Sai Baba accuse him of sexual abuse. The film also discusses the murder that took place in the ashram Prashanthi Nilayam in the rooms of Sathya Sai Baba in 1993.  These killings were not investigated and these charges have never been the subject of litigation.  In 2002, a group of former followers of Sathya Sai Baba began collecting signatures for an international petition calling for an independent investigation of Sathya Sai Baba and his organization (according to Wikipedia.org).”
[Corrected Google translation of http://www.newsru.com/world/16mar2010/sektants.html%5D

Whatever the cause of the Glasgow suicides – something it would be impossible to ascertain with any certainty – they were not ‘saved’ from their situation by Sathya Sai Baba… who claims to look after all his devotees. It is enough to show that the lunatic fringe is strongly attracted to this idol and his promises and it does them no good at all. Perhaps they thought they would get liberation from the wheel of life, or perhaps only from the Glasgow tenements.


PLEASE SEE THE SAI PETITION AND DECIDE WHETHER TO SIGN IT

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