Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed

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

Merry Christmas in Puttaparthi 2012

Posted by robertpriddy on December 23, 2012


Sathya Sai Baba Xmas cash-hype

Sathya Sai Baba Xmas hype

Sathya Sai Baba Xmas hype

In the latter years before the failure of his heart, lungs, kidneys, liver and brain, Sathya Sai Baba did his utmost to attract Westerners to visit during Xmas using massed Santa Clauses – children and youth dressed up in the style of the famous Coca-Cola Santa advert series and cavorting about in tasteless fashion, as numerous photo, Xmas cards and not least very long, very boring videos from Sai Radio demonstrated. In his infamous Christmas Day Discourse of 2000 he showed what an unforgiving and dishonest person he really was, accusing those who reported on his sexual abuses as being paid to do so and being ‘Judases’ (as if he were the fabled Jesus Christ Almighty!)

Amusingly, he added, “There are some jealous and petty minds who do false and imaginary propaganda. I take no note of this”– but he noted it right there!  (See his damning message and further evidence here)

Among any amount of false conjecture in his usual Christmas Day harangues that Sathya Sai Baba claimed to be fact about Jesus, he further demonstrated in 2001 his true spirit by calling his critics ‘verily demons’… not what Jesus taught people to say according to Christian history and theology. Yet he had the sheer arrogance to proclaim that he was the Father of Jesus who sent his son to earth! See scan of 1972 Christmas Day proclamation that Jesus foretold the coming of Sathya Sai “Baa-baa” etc. 

christmas-puttapartiAnd what will happen this Christmas? Click on thumbnail image (right) to see. Someone called R. Satish Naik is trying to raise hopes that something will, but we can be sure it will be a very minor gathering and no doubt more boring than ever since interest in SSB has dwindled to such an extent. The writer of this attempt at morale-boosting reckons that 3000 foreign devotees will visit. This is surely another case of the famous ‘Sai Baba Numbers Game’. (i.e. Think of a number, multiply by 10… that is the answer!).

We are told: ‘New Zealand to decorate Puttaparthi’, as if the nation were to be there! And “All the devotees of New Zealand are very excited for being blessed to decorate Swami’s Abode and about 300 devotees would be on this job from a week’s time. Devotees from various other countries would also be visiting Prashanthi ,which includes about 50 Youths from Australia, close to 900 devotees from South Africa and so on.” They will constitute ‘a good number of QUALITY devotees’… no mention of who evaluated their quality (rich, incorruptible, not pushy, docile, well-behaved… not like the lower quality of most followers?). No explanation of  ‘a good number’ either. Indeed, at the 70th birthday a group from New Zealand led by Mr. Arthur Hillcoat were informed by Sai Baba that he wanted 5,000 service workers (‘Seva Dal‘) from their country present in 1996 at the Birthday. But at the 70th birthday, by far the biggest foreign contingent came from the USA – 750 persons in all. New Zealand could only produce a mere handful even then…

Apropos Sai Baba’s ‘infallible knowledge’ and New Zealand, he told them at an interview on November 6, 1995:- “All coming from the French Bomb tests is over New Land.” [You mean New Zealand, Baba?] Yes, New Zealand. The mutton eat the grass, the cows eat the grass, all contaminated. All butter, cheese, curds and other dairy products all contaminated. Many witnesses in New Zealand. In New Zealand a glass of wine is better than a small teaspoon of milk. Fish in the oceans is contaminated. In Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Japan, and China, if people eat fish they will get cancer. Early in October Baba told the New Zealanders that the bombs have weakened the earth’s crust and will cause a chain of volcanic eruptions. There could be up to 8 more bombs. All oceans are contaminated. [This has now happened].”
So much for Sai Baba’s ideas about what he is said to have called “New Sailand”! What a self-defeating clown Sai Baba could be!

The deadly exciting programme for those who risk visiting 'Heaven on Earth'

The deadly exciting programme for those who risk visiting ‘Heaven on Earth’

Note how the fact shines forth through the hyped account that devotees have left in large numbers, and how the aim is now to pray to Sathya Sai Baba to bring back those who left him (i.e. known in Sai circles as “miscreants”, which includes all who did not like his massive breaks of faith, massive untruths, inordinate boasting, misuse of donations, genital oiling and other pedophile acts or that he was evidently behind the infamous 1993 executions of four intruders!). Interestingly the writer of the mail attacks ‘groupism’ among the heads of Sai centers (and ego) among devotees and also raises a warning finger:  “The POSITION is given you by Swami, only to let you know that you have a long way to go in service path”. In other words, things have evidently not changed, in-fighting is rife and self-appointed moralists imitate Sai Baba’s constant denigration of followers! This will make for some ‘merry’ Christmas (laughter and fun were never remotely part of any Prashanthi celebrations anyhow). 

See  also

Vast Decline In Numbers At Sathya Sai Baba’s Puttarparthi Ashram In South India

One Response to “Merry Christmas in Puttaparthi 2012”

  1. Thank you for yet another interesting update, Robert. I presume the Satish Naik you quote is the same who uploaded 66 YouTube videos up til now, all hailing Sai Baba as a great avatar. (For an unintended double entendre title see ‘Baba and Banking’ by Prof. Anil Kumar e.g.) And such a ‘nice’, heartfelt warning mr. Naik gives regarding ‘the demeaning comments that are being posted in reply to the videos on Swami by miscreants who failed to understand the glory and magnitude of Sri Sathya Sai Baba…’, by the way. Being critical is equal to being a miscreant, is it?

    A certain E.D. knows how to handle this intricate matter of comments. She runs a blog called ‘SathyaSaiMemories’, no comment allowed whatsoever, and reports the following from Christmassy Puttaparthi today:

    24 DEC 2012 On my arrival since late November, the vibes in the temple have been wonderful. The darshan could not have been better and there was a peace and a respect that really touched my heart. I could not have been happier… But Christmas time has brought in the crowds big-time with many village people from all over India. There are about 10,000 OR SO I AM TOLD… This has added a touch of chaos to the ashram, and has rather dampened the spirit of Xmas this year for the few foreign visitors who are here.

    It is a pity as we only have two days in the year in which to celebrate the Christian religion and it’s traditions, and this year this has been brought down to the bare bones… The choir has worked hard and I am sure they will sing their hearts out this afternoon. The decorations around the ashram have been lovingly created to make a festival of lights that is truly breath-taking. The inside decorations are not like those of the old days when Swami was here physically with us but they are nice all the same.

    I could be wrong, of course, but judging by the contents of her blog, I think she is an Early Devotee from the West, herself, one of the very few still going and staying there. Do notice how she is playing the numbers game you explain in your blog (a crowd of about 10.000 …), then bashes the many Indian village visitors who constitute this vast number at the same time, because they seem to be spoiling the bare-bone Xmassy feeling by their chaossy presence. Life must be hard in post-baba prasanthi, indeed.

    Chris Dokter

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