Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed

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

Dr. Michael Goldstein, supporter of the totally indefensible

Posted by robertpriddy on August 13, 2011


The Sathya Sai Organization has retreated yet deeper within it’s shell, they are all very quiet in public now that the truth about their failed God Incarnate Avatar World saviour has come out in wave after wave. The International Chairman, Dr. M. Goldstein, whose life was meaningless before Sathya Sai Baba, has gone invisible and presumably ceased to bruit his stories and tell his message around the world. Except, that is, when he is safely surrounded by fully signed-up blind believing Sai folloers. Just so one does not forget what utterly incredible and obviously megalomaniac beliefs he stands for – as do those he supposedly ‘leads around the world, here is a brief video clip showing what he told a London audience less than a decade ago:-

(To download the video clip in Quicktime – 1.3 Mbs – please click here)
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One Response to “Dr. Michael Goldstein, supporter of the totally indefensible”

  1. Too true, Robert. ‘SILENCE IS GOLDEN’ seems to be Dr. Goldstein’s new adage. See nothing, hear nothing, say nothing.

    Now that his God of Gods met with a premature loss of all speech due to His untimely demise it seems to have left this devotee of all devotees completely speechless too. Well, that’s what happens, maybe, if you position yourself as the perfect mouthpiece.

    ‘Silence is golden’ is a proverbial saying, often used in circumstances where it is thought that saying nothing is preferable to speaking (

    As with many proverbs, the origin of this phrase is obscured by the mists of time. There are reports of versions of it dating back to Ancient Egypt. The first example of it in English is from the poet Thomas Carlyle, who translated the phrase from German in Sartor Resartus, 1831, in which a character expounds at length on the virtues of silence:
    “Silence is the element in which great things fashion themselves together; that at length they may emerge, full-formed and majestic, into the daylight of Life, which they are thenceforth to rule. Not William the Silent only, but all the considerable men I have known, and the most undiplomatic and unstrategic of these, forbore to babble of what they were creating and projecting. Nay, in thy own mean perplexities, do thou thyself but hold thy tongue for one day: on the morrow, how much clearer are thy purposes and duties; what wreck and rubbish have those mute workmen within thee swept away, when intrusive noises were shut out! Speech is too often not, as the Frenchman defined it, the art of concealing Thought; but of quite stifling and suspending Thought, so that there is none to conceal. Speech too is great, but not the greatest. As the Swiss Inscription says: Sprecfien ist silbern, Schweigen ist golden (Speech is silvern, Silence is golden); or as I might rather express it: Speech is of Time, Silence is of Eternity.”
    Dr. M. Goldstein with the egg the golden goose laid!
    The deluded Dr. Michael Goldstein amazed at a well-known Houdini conjuring trick!
    Silence has in fact long been considered laudable in religious circles. The 14th century author Richard Rolle of Hampole, in The psalter; or psalms of David, 1340:

    “Discipline of silence is god.”

    Wyclif’s Bible, 1382 also includes the thought: “Silence is maad in heuen” (made in Heaven).

    But maybe we do the honorable doctor a great injustice, Robert. After all, in dr. Goldstein’s last publicized speech, which dealt with Sai Baba’s health, he admonishes the listener not to pay any heed to those who are spreading ugly rumours. Could he have meant people like you and me, you think?

    Still, I go for silver rather than (fool’s) gold any day. But then, I haven’t received my own personal golden lingam, now, have I?

    Chris Dokter

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