Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed

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

Sathya Sai Baba impostor on tour

Posted by robertpriddy on May 6, 2016

From  SaiSurya@SukshmaBabaReport.Org comes news of the official Sai Vrinda report of Swami’s visit to Greece (April 25, 2016). The incredible claims are now everyday fare for the followers of the impostor Sukshuma Baba, whose entourage stayed at the residence of a Greek devotee of Sathya Sai whose son studied at the Primary School at Prashanthi Nilayam..

We read:- The beautifully decorated 100-year-old mansion was renovated with modern amenities to host Swami and His guests. Swami manifested at the gate and walked on the red carpet in to the home and the hearts of a small group of devotees and family members who had gathered to welcome their Master!
As He was greeted at the gate by Mrs Ioanna Dimitris, He said, “I had told you I will come, and see I have come to your home.” Over the decades many groups of devotees had invited Swami to visit their countries. Swami had always answered in the affirmative, “Yes, yes. I will surely come.” Like it is said, “In His time, in His way!”

The report makes the identity of Sathya as Madhu Sudan almost complete…. but how does this work, one wonders? A large group of the remaining followers of Sai Baba – having always been dependent on his presence for their entire self-worth (and the well-fed and secure lifestyle they had) could not wait for the predicted reincarnation of Prema Sai. They fell out with Ratnakara, the usurper of Prashanthi and its assets. Something had to be invented to keep things going for themselves, donations flowing in. So forget reincarnation for the meantime and let Swami inhabit the body of a former student and consort of his, Madhu Sudan, whenever required for darshan or other inventions. At first this impostor began to talk like Sai Baba, repeating his sayings. Encouraged by the former Warden of Brindavan College (Narasimha Murthy, himself then a self-proclaimed medium of Sai Baba’s wishes) Madhu Sudan gradually pretended more and more to ‘translate inner messages from Swami’  and gullible people desperate for anything to fill their emptiness, flocked to hear these. Sathya Sai Baba had already supposedly been on the move in ‘invisible darsans’ – so scenes were set up in which Madhu Sudan was supposedly ‘inhabited’ by this subtle form. Copying SB he began to hold regular discourses and give away rings – at first admitting then they were bought for the purpose) then later claimed them to materialise in his pocket as required. The scam had gone on from the ridiculous to the more ridiculous and now – in the interests of financial gain and respectful worship of the gang involved –  the following scene in Greece almost takes one breath away for lunatic chutzpah:-

In the hall, by the fire place, He sat down in a special chair and invited all to be seated. Mrs Dimitris, in a rare prayer to Swami, sought His permission to wash His feet. Swami looked deep in to her eyes and then permitted her to wash, later revealed Brother Madhusudan. “I was wondering how would that be?” he said. But the lady in her devotion brought a bowl and a jug full of water to place it at the foot stool and wash Swam’s feet. Brother Madhusudan described that in a first experience of this kind, He saw Swami raising His white robe and dhoti with the gold border to reveal His feet, then He placed both His tender feet in the large porcelain bowl, allowed the water to wash His feet. Swami asked her, ” What will you do with this water?” Pat came the reply, “It’s sacred, I will drink it!”

It just goes to prove that some deluded people will swallow anything at all!  Read; Oracle boy Sukshma Baba world tour for the extra gullible

One Response to “Sathya Sai Baba impostor on tour”

  1. eileenweed said

    This continue to get more and more outrageously ridiculous! One wonders how such believers even exist but apparently when the disciple is willing, the guru appears to take full advantage.

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