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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Ram Rahim’s imprisonment may herald a crackdown on other Hindu sex and money gurus

Posted by robertpriddy on August 29, 2017

The number of news outlets – also outside India – that are promoting the imprisonment of infamous false guru Ram Rahim is considerable.  The Sun Daily denounces Ram Rahim along with a list of similar false sex gurus: Ashutosh Maharaj, Asaram Bapu, Swami Nithyananda, and Sathya Sai Baba writes: Ram Rahim, Asaram, Radhe Maa : List of controversial Baba`s is long enough!!!  “Millions of people worship them but seems like the two things that unite them together are sex and money.” These also include Sant Rampal Baba, Asaram Bapu, Swami Nithyananda, Rajneesh/ Osho, and Satya Sai Baba.

The conviction to 20 years in prison of the false bling guru Ram Rahim with his deluded and very aggressive following is a promising sign, not least considering the guru-fascination with Hindu gurus of the current right-wing extremist Prime Minister Modi. There are many more who are going unpunished. Nonetheless, so far the case against the horrendous Asaram Baba is dragging on without progress as he fortunately languished in prison awaiting trial for sexual abuse, disappearances and murders.

It was self-proclaimed God and Creator of the Universe, Sathya Sai Baba, who set the stage for the explosion of false miracles gurus (so-called godmen) where money, miracles, sex abuses, murder and powerful influence on politicians even up to Prime Minister and Presidents.  Sai Baba even inspired a considerable number of impersonator copyists (see the Sai-lookalike guru gallery) who even reproduced as closely as possible Sai Baba institutions, ashram buildings, indoctrinating schools, colleges, hospitals and whatever.

See also many more offenders:  The Dark Side of very prominent Hindu gurus

Also a full dossier on Asaram Bapu, and on Swami Nityananda

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Sai Baba’s superior in showmanship and action

Posted by robertpriddy on February 21, 2015

Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insan

Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insan

For your amusement only: Can’t resist mentioning that a new Super-God is on the block who promises to put Sathya Sai Baba and all his works in the shade. He has apparently pushed back the boundaries of ‘spirituality’ far beyond the credible or possible. His comprehensive name, Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insan (perhaps the final ‘e’ was dropped for the sake of propriety). His upadesh – or let us call it ‘divine boast’, is as follows:-

“Some call me a saint, some call me an angel, some call me guru and some call me God, If it is a sin to serve the country and the universe, then I will keep committing this sin until my last breath.” Reportedly, he adheres to no single religion and aims to teach “ultimate spirituality.”

Mr. Insan heads Dera Sacha Sauda, a social-welfare and spiritual organization that claims to have 50 million followers! That is the same imaginary number Sathya Sai Baba started out with in the 1960s when informing Dr. John Hislop of his outreach. But Insan collected these 50 mill. more quickly, not least through a You Tube video which got 1 million hits in which he gyrates amidst huge crowds which hailed him as “the rockstar saint!. .. making Sai Baba seem even more like the drugged wooden doll on wheels that he actually was in his last years.

He has made a ‘wholesome’ movie for India’s youth to watch called ‘MSG: The Messenger in which he takes on sabre-wielding villains, splinters a log with his fist and rides a monster-wheeled motorcycle in a high-speed chase, bursts through a wall of snow amid mountain peaks, runs across flaming landscapes and weaves through traffic on his tricked-out blue-and-yellow monster bike” See full report ‘It’s Not a Bird or a Plane, It’s a Holy Man’

Does not this sound more like it, surely? No more sitting looking at the wall in growing boredom (meditation on the name), action before words and chutzpah to the extreme, and with his snazzier outfit making Sathya Sai Baba look tame by comparison, not to mention his associate Asaram Bapu or the long lineage of false claimants to divinity and holiness on which they built their empires. So is Indian spirituality simply taking off, or taking a real beating?

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