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 10th, 2017

The last resident foreigners are deserting the empty and broken shell of Prashanthi Nilayam

Posted by robertpriddy on December 10, 2017

A Sai worshipper and very prominent resident foreigner in Puttaparthi, Terry Reis Kennedy, has posted a reply to a friend’s questions on her Facebook page about the problems that made her leave there.  After decades living in a pleasant little house in the village, she has left Puttaparthi, allegedly mainly because of the hate of the Muddenahalli gang who infiltrate Parthi constantly. Also, she is quite elderly and wants to spend time around her family in clean and convenient America.  She  used to write for the Deccan Chronicle to supplement her income, she was a ‘spiritual columnist’ praising Sai Baba with the usual eulogy and uncritical speculations. Recently she posted continually on her Facebook page about the fake Sai Baba imitator – the oracle boy ‘divine channel’ Madhu Sudan – at Muddenahalli with his unscrupulous gang of corrupt deceivers and worshippers. Here are some tidbits from her tale of woe:-

See how delusion persists in the face of the clearest possible evidence that Sai Baba was far from what he claims, neither all-knowing, all-powerful, omnipresent nor protecting all his devotees from the ills of the world. A small part of the proof of this is seen in that he died around a decade before he repeatedly had prophesied he would and after a long series of massive organ failures and weight loss until he weighed less than 30 kilos (the classic symptoms of advanced AIDS). See also:-

Sathya Sai Baba death certificate not legal – cover-up of cause of death

Sathya Sai’s coffin and evidence of trickery concerning his death date

Death of Sathya Sai Baba

Godman Satya SaiBaba made different predictions of his own death

Madhu Sudana the ‘oracle boy’ of Muddenahalli

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