Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed

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

Archive for December 25th, 2012

Sai Baba and Santa Claus

Posted by robertpriddy on December 25, 2012

Prashanthi Nilayam - light in the darkness?

Prashanthi Nilayam – light in darkness?

Those who rule at Prashanthi Nilayam have this year called on the Sathya Sai Organization of  New Zealand to decorate Prashanti Nilayam for Christmas. (It’s cheaper that way!). The  result so far is a gaudy and tasteless importation of Western Christmas symbols in neon lights, a parody of attempted multiculturalism. One can but suspect that – behind all the mere talk of brotherliness and universality ad.inf. , the main goal of the powers-that-be in Prashanthi is to attract as much money from abroad to help top up the rapidly depleting coffers and keep the gravy train for corrupt Trust members and others running. All reports and photo/video glimpses of Puttaparthi and the ashram show that it is virtually a ghost town, so now they can only call on the ghosts of Christmas Past. See the short video clip (2Mb in wmv download) of Santa Claus in years gone by worshipping at the feet of Sai Baba (What do any Western children there make of THAT absurdity?) 

Foreign visitors this year are unlikely to exceed a few hundred and so far no former leading foreign officials or devotees are visible among the mostly elderly men and women which are practicing for the usual Westerner’s choir. It is pathetic to see these unwitting and most likely very well-intentioned foreigners who are unaware that Sathya Sai Baba most undoubtedly was a serial molester of boys and young men and was deeply involved in bringing about the execution of four of his devotees in 1993! That they have been duped and know little or nothing of the utmost duplicity of those officials and their helpers involved in sustaining myths about Sai Baba only reflects their ignorance of how India really is and to what levels of double-accounting and face-saving nationalist Hindu pride can go. Not surprising there are so few visitors for there is virtually nothing to go there for any more other than a tropical holiday to meet old ‘brothers and sisters’ and live well cheaply while surrounded by a society of the poorest of the world’s poor. (‘Silent Night’ is on the programme, but there is only an eternal racket of one kind of another at Prashanthi Nilayam, the ‘Abode of Supreme Peace’, where surrounding shops play loud and strident bhajan music by day, dogs fight in the night and so forth).

See Sathya Sai Baba making a daring public show of his invulnerability with a boy’s head deep in his lap.  or if you use Mac (5 Mb)

I include a comment made on yesterday’s blog about Christmas at Prashanti:-

Submitted on 2012/12/24 at 7:50 pm

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  (see Chris Dokter’s blog)

Posted in Sathya Sai Baba | Leave a Comment »