Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed

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

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Divine Number Nine and Sai Baba

Posted by robertpriddy on June 11, 2013

Briefly, here are a number of undeniable traits that showed that Sathya Sai Baba was far from being superhumanly divine and utterly exceptional, as he always claimed to be.

1) Wanting to be conspicuous – hair, orange robe, opulent thrones (see photos), ensuring he was always the centre of attention. Making all wait for his primadonna entrance.

2) Pretence that his superficial and often highly erroneous teachings were divine, true and universal – eg. wrote his slapdash ‘5 human values‘ on back of envelope … literally when Kasturi asked him a question about values.

3) Repeated chickanery against people in general – scholars, politicians, scientists, most other gurus and even sometimes all his devotees. Everyone else well below par both as to knowledge and morals.

4) Use of trickery and deception to attain donations, giving small gifts (but never genuine gemstones though he claims they are) so as to get back major donations from those feeling they have been ‘blessed by God himself’.

5) Being very vain, both as to his physical traits, various abilities and personality. False humility covering ultimate the conceit that he alone was perfect in every way and boasting about his name and fame (while despising anyone else who does so)

6) Promoting himself at the most excessive levels through constant discourses explaining his superior divine nature (as creator of the universe no less)

7) Making false promises to many people, making many false, even absurd, predictions (which failed) and endorsing false prophesies about himself

8) No candour, zero personal accountability to anyone for anything. Hence no probity.

9) Pretence of being all things to all people – which is the hallmark of narcissists, psychopaths and sociopaths.

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