Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed

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Prashanthi Nilayam hits out hard at fraudsters

Posted by robertpriddy on May 3, 2017

The former head of Prashanthi Nilayam ashram, K Chakravarthi (current secretary of the Sai Central Trust) has posted a long YouTube diatribe showcasing Sai Baba’s doings, the entire point of which is to attack Narasimha Murthy and his henchmen who are doing their utmost to usurp the Sai Baba brand and wrest authenticity as true devotees away from his Prashanthi sect. He denounces Narasimha Murthy and his protégé, the ‘subtle bodied oracle boy’ Madhu Sudan, in the strongest tongue-in-cheek terms he probably dares. 

To hear all the same old fantasies reeled out and backed by claims that all is essentially the same as it ever was in the Prashanthi following was yet another proof of the untruths and propaganda put out the same as ever. Chackravathi was forced to resign from his government position for embezzlement before Sai Baba chose him as head of Prashanthi ashram. A hard-nosed corrupt administrator was what Sai Baba then needed to run his water project and subsequently his Prashanthi ashram.

The YouTube video further reveals how total is the split between the two camps and how deeply it has affected the oríginal Sai Baba movement. Savvy observers ask why their ‘Bhagavan’ – the self-promoted all-powerful Godhead (and Creator of the Universe, no less)  – created such a huge and definitive split in his following as that between PN and Muddenahalli. Ah… the ways of the divine are indeed inscrutable. Meanwhile, the influence of Sai Baba’s legacy has dropped into insignificance worldwide, and is only maintained at all in India because it still has enough financial clout and control of its minions to bribe and cover up its unaccountability and dossier of crimes, quite apart from its utterly unsupportable claims of astounding miracles and the truth of historical myths and convenient lies spread throughout his life by Sathya Sai Baba. There is so much delusion piled upon delusion here that it is cannot hold water in the future and is bound to relegate Sathya Sai Baba to the extremely long historical list of failed claimants to be Deities, God, or even the Creator –  amid the long list of similar claimants (mainly nowadays in India). (Documented fully enough at http://www.saibaba-x.org.uk).

See also Was PM Modi discovered by Madhu Sudan, usurper of Sai Baba’s ‘subtle body’? 

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Was PM Modi discovered by Madhu Sudan, usurper of Sai Baba’s ‘subtle body’?

Posted by robertpriddy on May 3, 2017

The ill-fame Oracle Boy of Muddenahalli – allegedly inhabited by Sathya Sai Baba’s ‘subtle body’ – claims to have ‘discovered’ Modi! How far into outlandish desperation for notice can one go? Answer, in India one can go all the way safe in the knowledge that one will still have many who believe you outright without lifting an eyebrow. Terry Reis Kennedy has posted on his facebook page a summary of the ramblings of C. Sreeninas and co. along with a commentary:-

Read more of the fanciful details at https://www.facebook.com/terry.reiskennedy/posts/10213053339546966

One comment from the Modi-related posting shows that Modi seems not in the least to feel indebted to Sathya Sai Baba:

Ravi Raj Salyankar: The Sad Part Is That Our Hon Prime Minister Who Had Visited Prashanthi Nilayam Many Many A Time Before 26th April 2011 … Has Not Come There Even Once Specially After Becoming The Prime Minister Of Our Country …Though He Visited Neighbouring Areas As Part Of His Political Programmes . If He Was Actually Supposed Be Told By C Srinivas .. As He Claims .. ANY GRATEFUL INDIVIDUAL AND A DEVOTEE WILL FIRST GO & PAY RESPECTS TO THE MAHASAMADHI …

The other comments contain a good deal of entertainment too.

More trouble hit the Muddenahalli fraudsters on their visit to Croatia:- 

(The Facebook page which was at is no longer available)

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