Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed

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Most predictions by and about Sai Baba failed

Posted by robertpriddy on October 14, 2011

Prophesy NOT fulfilled by a VERY long stretch! So now we learn that "Wilson" predicted the coming of Sathya in Parthi and his magnetic feet etc. Highly amusing! He did not even forsee his own deathday!

Only one or two prophecies made by Sathya Sai Baba can be said to have come about… many decades ago he claimed that many people would eventually come to visit him. (On the other hand, many gurus may say that, and now and again one or two are proved right.) Otherwise, his predictions have invariably been way off.

As Barry Pittard pointed out:-“In his February 1 16, 2007 (so-called ‘divine discourse’, Sai Baba said:- “I intend to undertake a world tour, shortly.” and what about this too:- ‘Swami’s mission has made this turn to face the runway. The 70th birthday was the signal from the tower to accelerate. In the 75th birthday, the airplane will leave the ground’. Sri Sathya Sai Newsletter, USA, Winter 1996-1997, 29.)”

Nor did he ever fly in the sky unaided for the benefit of his devotees, as predicted here:-

I will have to forego the car and even the aeroplane when I move from place to place, for the crowds pressing around them will be too huge; I will have to move across the sky; yes, that too will happen, believe Me.” (Sathya Sai Speaks Vol. II, p. 92)
Who can believe HIM?
Nor did he life a range of mountains to protect his devotees – see here:-

Formerly when the Govardhanagiri (mountain) was raised aloft by a little boy, the gopis and gopalas realised that Krishna was the Lord. Now, it is not one Govardhanagiri, a whole range will be lifted, you will see!” (Sathya Sai Speaks Vol.3 New Edition, p. 92).

Nor did the entire world become transformed as he claimed here:- “… the whole world will be transformed into Sathya Sai Organisation and Sathya Sai will be installed in the hearts of one and all.” (Sanathana Sarathi January 1999) page 16).

Need I remind that his four different predictions of his death were all at least 7 years too late, however one twists and turns it!

For a fairly exhaustive run through the bogus predictions made by and/or about this Supreme Brag-artist, see:-
PREDICTIONS and PROMISES MADE BY SATHYA SAI BABA

PROPHECIES: SATHYA SAI BABA AS GOD AVATAR, MIRACLE MAKER AND SAVIOUR OF MANKIND

Does Sai Baba’s Life fulfil Ancient Prophesies?

One Response to “Most predictions by and about Sai Baba failed”

  1. Yes, Robert, if you think for a while, the amount of failed predictions and false promises by the late and by now supremely and irrevocably non-conscious Sathya Sai Baba is staggering indeed. Omniscient, they say? My foot.

    Out of curiosity I did some research regarding the translator mentioned by His Late Greatness. The ‘Wilson’ the abovementioned article in Sanathana Sarathi (p.190, July 1996) refers to was in all likelihood Professor H.H. Wilson, who held the Boden Chair of Sanskrit at Oxford in the early to mid-nineteenth century. Sanskrit studies were perhaps the most important contribution of English to India. In the 19th century, Sanskrit chairs were established at Oxford, Cambridge, London, Edinburgh, and at several other universities of Europe and America. Professor Wilson published the first Sanskrit English Dictionary in 1819, and translations of the Puranas into English by Professor Wilson did indeed appear in later years. Though I can’t be sure due to the sheer vastness of all these texts I did not find any reference in said Padma Purana to anything SB alluded to in his speech.
    By the way, for those who might think that the Vedic scriptures and the Puranas are all ‘ancient texts’, this is not the case. The Padma Purana for instance was composed somewhere between the 12th and 16th century AD. Old, yes, but certainly not VERY old, let alone dating back to some ancient, highly elevated, cradle-of-civilisation-like Indo-European culture.

    Chris

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