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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Sai Baba’s ‘subtle body presence’ report in Kodai is denied

Posted by robertpriddy on June 18, 2014

ha ha ha Just as I predicted in my blog ‘Tigrett’s ludicrous fantasies about Sai Baba’s ‘return in subtle body’, the Sai Baba did not appear in his subtle body to 150 persons, but was due to the subjective fantasies of one boy! Even the delusional devotee, Sreejith Narayan, who wrote a whole book about Sai Baba’s resurrection or return this year (or later?), could not accept the ‘incredible’ claim by the disingenuous (or seriously ‘unhinged’) Isaac Tigrett (see scan on the right).  Waris Faridi (Vice-Pres. of San Antonio Centre, Texas) believed it, though, so what he said would happen to us dissidents has rebounded on himself

Further, we have now received the following announcement by the official Prasanti Council (below), so my convinced suggestion that the current official Sathya Sai authority would either ignore or refute the e-mail from Tigrett has been borne out (though they are careful not to name him as this could cause them more problems). They even seem to adopt my opinion that the e-mailer may have had venal ambitions! We have received the following announcement by the official Prasanti Council:-

“Dear Regional Officers, Center Presidents,
It has been brought to my attention that emails have been circulating that Swami has been speaking through some people and delivering discourses in subtle forms in various places. It is reported in these emails that they claim to have seen His “light body” and they have been instructed to establish institutions. They are seeking donations, participation and support. It is good to remember and practice what Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba Himself has said about such activities.

I urge all Sathya Sai devotees to pay careful attention to the excerpts from Swami’s Divine discourses in the attached document. Swami has always emphasised in His Divine discourses that He has a unique heart-to-heart relationship with each devotee and has no intermediaries. At one time I asked Swami if worshipping His Divine lotus feet mentally is equivalent to worshipping Him physically. Swami immediately responded “Yes, mental worship has the same spiritual benefits”. Therefore, Sadhana is the inward path.

Let us sanctify and redeem our lives by implicitly following the Divine command.
Let us focus on the goal without being distracted by anyone or any external influences.
Let us dive deep into the nectarine words of Swami and practice His universal and eternal message of love and selfless service in our daily lives.
Let us love Him with all our heart, mind, soul and strength and serve Him till our last breath.

Please forward the attached document to all Sathya Sai Centers, Groups, and Educational Institutions for distribution to Sathya Sai devotees worldwide.”

Jai Sai Ram.
Lovingly in the Service of Sai,
Narendranath Reddy, M.D.
Chairman, Prasanthi Council

UPDATE as of june 2015! PREMA SAI IS FOUND IN DODDAMALUR, SOUTH INDIA – A 4-YEAR OLD BOY. This will upset Narasimha Murthy’s applecart unless he and his cronies can somehow readjust their narrative to include and embrace this discovery. Of course, it is all hoo-ha, typical Hindu guru delusion and manufactured divinity.

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Tigrett’s ludicrous fantasies about Sai Baba’s ‘return in subtle body’

Posted by robertpriddy on June 11, 2014

Isaac Tigrett  delusional e-mail

Isaac Tigrett delusional e-mail

Isaac Tigrett: a self-important self-appointed Sai Baba spokesman and right hand executive who has lost all credibility with sane citizens (including many badly deceived but otherwise harmless devotees) has retreated more and more from reality into a land of subjective dreams and imaginings.

He now tells that  ‘Swami’s subtle body’ was in Kodaikanal. That’s peculiar for a start. But the subtle body gave two discourses! So who on earth heard them? Tigrett fudges his statement to make it appear to gullible people in denial about Sai Baba’s demise that 150 people witnessed this. But guess what, since no one other has reported this, we much conclude it was to none other than Mr. Isaac WOW Tigrett alone! However, films (of the subtle body??) and “many” discourses will be released soon! Most likely, these ‘discourses’ will be authored by Tigrett himself while believing that he is in touch with the mind of the self-proclaimed Creator of the Universe! If the films genuinely show any remnant of Sai Baba whatever, it should be a world sensation.
(I don’t think this is remotely possible without faking).

Tigrett’s much-touted major ashram and world-healing project – the Mystic Inn of the Seventh Ray, which was to be built in Coorg – has failed to materialise (though initiated and guaranteed by Sai Baba, according to Tigrett). To keep up the pretense of his key role as the avatar’s spokesman and messenger, he seems to have been driven to new heights of pie in the sky so as to keep his own followers interested and excite all those deluded followers who want desperately to believe that Sai Baba is still around. Could it be that Mr. Tigrett, whose fortune has dwindled so greatly, is hoping to attract and impress remaining believers into donating to the still on-ice ‘Mystic Inn Project’, or is it simply that he can’t stand not being in the news himself?

It is indicative of Tigrett’s attempt to impose his views on others that he tries to shout in text by using ever bigger capital letters for his most excited claims. The claim that Sai Baba live on behind the scenes to complete his former projects until the age of 96 is risible (one of the several well-documented different ages he prophesied he would ‘leave the body’).

What was Sai Baba supposed to do after completing his declared mission after his relatively minimal influence on cleaning up India in his lifetime to lead and save the world and especially all his devotees etc.? Would he then leave to world to its fate forever, massive resource depletion, climate catastrophe and all that would follow? Ask Tigrett who will surely have an answer! But he would not be able to explain why Sai Baba repeatedly claimed he never suffered any illness due to his “purity, patience and perseverance” but then became dependent on drugs to function, ending with the failure of one major organ after another – heart, liver, kidneys, lungs, liver, and brain. (see here)

An ex-devotee and former national leader in the Sathya Sai Organisation wrote to me about it and commented:
“The funniest passage from Tigrett for me is this: I AM SURE THIS IS BEYOND UNDERSTANDING FOR MANY AS IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO COMPREHEND THIS PHENOMENON INTELLECTUALLY BUT ONLY THROUGH THE BOUNDLESS PERCEPTION OF THE HEART. Only through blind faith! Only at face value!”

That sums us the deranged mentality of Tigrett, the total denial of proven facts, known actions, lies, false predictions galore and diverse and abominable crimes by Sai Baba. Indeed, Tigrett fallaciously and unwittingly believes that we have an organ of intelligence and truth which is NOT the brain, but the heart (as Sai Baba always preached). However, the heart is nothing but an organ for pumping blood around the body. The commonly abused term ‘the heart’ refers to our emotions, vague intuitions, personal hopes and beliefs, the capacity for sympathy, preferably believing the best (whatever), though the heart is also widely considered to be the seat of enmity, envy, hate, and evil. In short, all irrational impulses and ideas are attributed to ‘the heart’, while they are in fact inseparable from the functions of the brain and cerebral cortex. Thus, there is only the brain, no independent heart. Tigrett’s life is obviously increasingly lost in dreaming and his ‘being’ is becoming less and less sane. He has taken leave of his senses, literally, which is exactly what Sai Baba preached that everyone should do… rely entirely on the heart, faith and God (i.e. himself). But this is to rely on irrational ‘inner promptings’ and a non-existent imagined entity. A resurrected Sai Baba in a talking (and walking?) ‘subtle body’ like a ‘living doll’… a cosmic laughing-stock!

Most likely the the official Sathya Sai Organisation and Trust will once again simply ignore Isaac’s declarations, or possible disclaim his pretended role as channeler of Sai Baba’s ghost! They have long argued (erroneously as usual) that Sai Baba – whose registered age at death was 84 by Western reckoning) did actually live until 96 because he reckoned in lunar years, not solar/calendar years! Tigrett has long been a divisive figure in the Sai movement and he still helps ensure that the rapidly diminishing body of remaining devotees will scatter like so many Jesus-believing Christian, each having one of many different beliefs about the ‘second coming’ of Sathya Sai Baba or the ‘third coming’ of some fake Sai avatar, such as one of the various ‘Prema Sai’ incarnations that have already begun to stake their claims.

As to the famous “separation of the wheat and the chaff” (also variously “the rams from the sheep”), this was one of Sai Baba’s attempts to explain the desertion of many devotees when the facts about his sexual abuses were exposed worldwide on such a scale and so utterly convincingly. Since then the supposed ‘wheat’ has diminished and become entirely half-baked. The remaining rams are still but herded sheep, entrapped in the fold of the movement where delusions and fears of rebirth and sufferings to those who leave flourish!

Comment by chrisdokter  chrisdokter.wordpress.comx  Submitted on 2014/06/12 at 10:09 am

I say many have tried to circumvent the energy conservation law, none have succeeded. Nonetheless, ‘the Teacher’ Tigrett refers to seems to defy natural law… Wandering the astral planes, talking to people in their ‘ethereal’ body, filmed in would-be 3D?? It takes expensive holographic technology to pull this newest horseshit off and make it a bit more believable than the Gerry Andersonesque Thunderbirdlike animation that Tigrett put up to sell his cockamamie Mystic Inn of the 7th Ray. A Sai Baba doll handled by a deft puppeteer does not cut it, though it would probably make for a far more enjoyable movie than the Bollywood ones on the late master of masters.

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Sai, Thy Kingdom Come: Sreejith Narayan predicts ‘His return’

Posted by robertpriddy on February 16, 2014

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Public YouTube image of Sreejith Narayan

UPDATE JUNE 23: The hysteria about Sai Baba and all fantastic claims about his having appeared (Tigrett’s latest superboobs etc.) are making the entire remaining Sai Baba movement look more and more like mental cases. This desperate frenzy about impossible resurrection and return in one form or another has been going one since day one after his death and must have helped weed out large numbers of persons who otherwise might still have had some faith in Sai Baba and his various amazing claims (see Whatever became of Sathya Sai Baba?)

 UPDATE as of june 2015! PREMA SAI IS FOUND IN DODDAMALUR, SOUTH INDIA – A 4-YEAR OLD BOY. This will upset the entire Prema Sai applecart, not least since Sathya Sai Baba was originally recorded as saying (with V.K. Narasimhan present) he would be reborn in Gunapalli (not Doddmmalur) and would not be discovered until he was a young adult!. Of course, it is all hoo-ha, typical Hindu guru delusion and invented divinity.


 Eileen Weed mailed the following:- Apparently, the situation has reached a fevered pitch in Puttaparthi, as a friend just wrote me: “…all the stories of Swami coming back!!  (28 June) The people sit in the shop whispering and gossiping (about) a blog filled with frenzied devotees, hopeful for a return of sb “in the same form” in 2014 – thanks mostly to the author of that book about the “Return”. 

In his book for fanatical believers in Sathya Sai Baba as a Godhead avatar – mostly Indians nowadays with a very much diminished band of foreigners – Sreejith Narayan deliberates on the possibility of his return. In his book he writes:-

“We have stepped foot into 2014, a year poised to become one of the most important years in the history of mankind (in my belief). It is not just an opinion that I conjured up from the vagaries of my mind. Many signs point to 2014 being the year of unprecedented happenings; the most remarkable event of them all, the epoch-making, much awaited Reappearance of the Lord in the Sathya Sai form.”

Comment: This is as if unbelievable, that people can actually believe this… But then, think of the Second Coming of Christ and how many believed and believe in that! Then there are all those who believe in countless conspiracy theories, religious indoctrination and ideologies of all kinds. The world seems at least half-full of people with serious cognitive problems of one sort or the other.

Sreejith Narayan claims that the timeframe of 2014 (or before) for ‘His Return’ was deduced from Swami’s own words regarding his lifetime on earth.  One may ask, which of his many self-conflicting words on his lifespan apply, and which not? For is fully documented from his own discourses that he made several different documented predictions of when he would ‘leave the body’, all proven incorrect by his death in 2011! Further, in his speculative calculations Narayan is clearly not accepting the ‘official’ doctrine of remaining Sai officialdom that Sai Baba was reckoning in lunar years, not calendar years (invented to try to explain away they he died long before all his predictions (note: (an inaccurate and absurd theory).

In the YouTube video, S. Narayan says, ‘Bhagavan’s words will never fail, I am completely confident…” He must live within his narrow cultist shell and/or a personal cocoon of ignorance to claim that, because Sai Baba’s words failed and failed time and time again, shown beyond all sane doubt on this blog site and elsewhere. Not only did Sai Baba break countless  promises to devotees but he also made a large number of predictions about himself and the world that never happened such as his promise to fly unaided through the air, to lift a range of mountains, that his students would by now already have set India straight assuming moral leadership  of the world! see full proof). All just as unlikely to occur as him reincarnation (and more especially in the same form he had in life). On top of that we get from Narayan his own wild pseudo-prediction of Sai Baba’s coming 7-year reincarnation in the same form he had in life, basing it on extremely selective reading of Sai Baba’s words and on most unreliable sources (the obscure ancient palm leaves of the Brighu Nadi, copies being held in countless private collections by astrologers and soothsayers in India, the genuineness and historical authenticity of all of which are strongly contested, many, including by historians and scientists). 

“In the Nadi predictions mentioned in the book “Sacred Nadi Readings” (by Sri Vasantha Sai), it has been prophesied that Swami would be in this earth for seven more years after His reappearance. “At the age 88, people on earth will accept Him without doubt, blemish or shortcoming. He will live for 7 years. (Gorakka Nadi, Reading conducted on June 14, 2011). – Sacred Nadi Readings, Sri Vasantha Sai, Page 26. He comes again and will remain only for 7 more years. Many changes will happen on earth during these seven years. (Bogar Nadi, Reading conducted on May 25, 2011). – Sacred Nadi Readings, Sri Vasantha Sai, Page 18.
STKC also explored the verses from Bihar-ul-Anwar that say Mahdi will remain at least 7 years after His reappearance: He will remain seven years (after His reappearance) and then he will die and Muslims will pray over him (Bihar-ul-Anwar Vol.13 Part 1, English Translation p.91)”

Comment: This Islamic text, Bihar-ul-Anwar has been shown not to contain any such predictions by intensive research by Brian Steel into the translation promoted by the Sai Spiritual Museum which is entirely bogus! The entire Sai Baba Mahdi claims are also researched in detail here.

“The Nadis point to the age of 88 for His Reappearance. Swami will be in age 88 until November 22, 2014. Moreover, Swami has mentioned several times that He would live until the age of 96 which would begin on November 23, 2021. If we calculate backwards from that using the seven years mentioned in Nadis and Bihar-ul-Anwar, the period of His Reappearance would fall perfectly in 2014.”

Having once studied in depth every single text published and attributed to Sai Baba up to 2002, I can assure that no utterance of Sai Baba can be shown that,”He would live until the age of 96 which would begin on November 23, 2021″ It is a sheer invention! The author will in future have the full opportunity to realise what an utter fool he is when faced by more proofs that Sai Baba’s words and predictions were most unreliable when nothing he suggests actually occurs, neither this year nor at any time… though he has created a fall-safe for his self-esteem by saying that it may be this it may be that, only Swami decides and knows etc. ‘Sai, Thy Kingdom Come’ is no doubt welcome by that diminishing band of people who hang on with evident signs of desperation and paranoia to their belief that Sai Baba was impeccable, knew everything, created the universe etc. This Narayan seems to be a very credulous and ill-informed person, so he may not have written it exclusively out of desire to make an impact among the devotees and getting a good profit. That it has been translated into 12 languages does not indicate that reputable publishers are involved, it is a vanity publication backed by Souljourns, which is a mainly gerontocratic group of Sathya Sai Organisation rich men, such as US-based Bob Bozzani and cronies (plus several deluded elderly women fanatics). See more on this book here 

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Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s “Return”

Posted by robertpriddy on November 29, 2013

CLICK ON IMAGE TO SEE E-MAIL

CLICK ON IMAGE TO SEE E-MAIL

Delusional devotees are spreading their fantastic irrational hopes around by  email at rapid pace, amongst themselves… mostly useless and formally repeated blubber. The still cannot at all understand how they were tricked by Sathya Sai Baba into believing that his most severe illness in April 2011 was simply ‘divine play’ to ‘test the faith’ of devotees.

[ Up-date June 2014: It was claimed (by Isaac Tigrett) that Sai Baba returned in a ‘subtle body’ to hold discourses as Kodaikanal, but this was denied by the Prasanthi Council and also was considered not so by Sreejith Narayan, though his sidekick the bogus ‘the author of scholar’ Waris Faridi believed it. (Neither were present to the event)]

———- Forwarded message ———-From: jitenthakrar <no_reply@yahoogroups.com>
Date: 2 November 2013 05:06
Subject: [saibabanews] The concept of God’s return in the same form as the last one…
To: saibabanews@yahoogroups.com

EXCERPT: “I had been praying to Baba to show me in dreams that He means it literally, when He says He (Sathya Sai Baba) is coming back (which is what I always understood he meant), but if He made it so very clear like the above dreams, then others would understand the meaning literally too… He then showed and appeared in the latest two dreams, as described above. 

‘Sai Thy Kingdom Come’ – a deliberation on the possibility of Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s “Return”. Swami’s mystery cannot be understood. The best we can do is to get immersed in it. Only thing certain is that whatever He has said is bound to happen. With that certainty, everything else becomes irrelevant. Swami’s words in various discourses provide clear indication that it was not time for His final disappearance yet. Which would mean only one thing; that He will certainly be back in the  same physical form as Sri Sathya Sai Baba!!! Swami has also provided some astounding indications on His imminent return. Further, there are some mind-boggling prophecies in certain unique scriptures that clearly foretell Swami’s reappearance. This book is a humble attempt to put together these bits and pieces of information into a definite shape and present them before an earnest enquirer.”

“In all honesty; since the day of the announcement of Baba leaving the form, so many around the globe have sparingly contacted me and asked me for my opinion on why our Father left ‘unexpectedly,’ and if I knew of what His plan has been all along, and if He is possibly going to return?. – I had always spoken honestly, and explained that I cannot make public or statements unless God Himself asks me to, and until He does, I cannot speak of this particular topic either. As Baba says, there is one way to win His grace, and that is via obedience. As He never asked me to speak of this topic, even though He has shared much with me; I did not disclose much at all. Well, now He has! I have been told to explain to the masses today what the Truth behind this topic is, and I have been asked to do it buy sharing two particular dreams with you, (which until this day, I have shared with only about ten selected and permitted individuals)

Note: that what SB said is bound to happen is already a totally disproven claim. Most of his prophesies failed already. See Sai Baba failed prophesies and
 Sathya Sai Baba failed prophesy as the ‘great saviour of mankind’  – eg. Sai Baba being ‘king of the whole world’ from AD 2000, Muslims recognizing him 9 years before his passing, and the whole world visiting Prashanthi Nilayam. See also 
Sai Baba’s definitive prediction of World Peace by 2007!

See a further analysis of claims in ‘Sai, Thy Kingdom Come’ here


Before Sai Baba died aged 85, all devotees believed he would survive because he had prophesied he would live until his 90s (giving several different times he would ‘leave the body’ – i.e. die). Nonetheless they all found it necessary to pray for him (to him or ?) and hope and trust and believe all he had said was gospel, eternal truth. Events proved them entirely wrong to believe him. One can view one small sample of this indoctrinated mentality of denial posted on a closely censored pro-Sai Yahoo group here by clicking on link or image below:-

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Sai Baba resurrection – vain hopes of Satish Naik

 

STILL to be entrapped in belief-dependence on this ‘Avatar’ and his cult, with its disinformation and criminal clandestine activities and connections makes one feel pity for these poor people… like sheep still praying to the wolf in sheep’s clothing who preyed on them, their energies and money, having  ‘shepherded’ them into a hopeless cognitive confusion and emotional dependency.

See also Prema Sai Predicted Coming

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Prema Sai predicted coming

Posted by robertpriddy on December 17, 2012

Prema Sai Baba's predicted arrival

This was the official ‘story’ which will now need much adjusting!

Remaining devotees of Sathya Sai Baba await his return as a new incarnation, Prema Sai Baba. There is much confusion as to when this may take place, all calculations having been thrown into complete disarray by the failure of Sathya Sai Baba to live into his 90s. Despite specious claims that he DID live to be 96 if one reckons in terms of lunar years, he clearly stated  in 1960 “I will be in this mortal form for 59 years” and in 1961 “I shall be in this body for 58 years more”. (Sathya Sai Speaks Vol. I –  p 198 & Vol 2 – p. 92). He also made several other incompatible predictions of his lifespan. 

It has variously been stated that the rebirth will take place either immediately, one year later or else eight years after Sathya Sai Baba would  ‘leave the body’. However, in a book now circulating called ‘Sai Thy Kingdom Come’, the author – a not entirely literate Indian – speculates that Sai Baba will reincarnate (most like in 2014) and live in his Sathya Sai form again for 7 years! Read an analysis of this book by Sreejith Narayan and it’s basis made in 2014 by clicking here. Also see Narasimha Murthy’s claims on Souljourns video about Prema Sai

SBdeath_2022On the Richard Bock film, Aura of Divinity, made in the 1970s, the commentator asserts that Sathya Sai Baba has said that he will be reborn as Prema Sai eight years after his leaving the Sathya Sai body. Since the entire international dating system is claimed by Sai authorities and traditional shastris not to apply to Sai Baba, it’s anyone’s guess when this is supposed to occur.

[ Up-date June 2014: It was claimed (by Isaac Tigrett) that Sai Baba returned in a ‘subtle body’ to hold discourses as Kodaikanal, but this was denied by the Prasanthi Council and also was considered not so by Sreejith Narayan, though his sidekick the bogus ‘the author of scholar’ Waris Faridi believed it. (Neither were present to the event)]

Yet more awkward, Sathya Sai Baba clearly stated that he would be reborn in Doddamalur, 20 kms. due North Mandya District of Karnataka, as reported in most pro-Sai sources. However, he also told his biographer Kasturi, while driving with him past a small village called Chandrapatna in Karnataka State (some 38 kms South West of Bangalore), that he would ”take rebirth” there and that Kasturi would be his mother! Kasturi told this in a lecture for foreigners in January 1985 where I heard him. It was also published somewhere by Kasturi).  Further:-

The Second Coming of Christ, no less!

“Sai Baba speaks of a trinity of Sais. He would live to be 96 years, until 2022; eight years after his death (in 2030) the third Sai, Prema Sai will be born in a village in Mandya district of Karnataka. The three Sai’s will embrace the three major religions of the world — the Shirdi Baba Islam; Satya Sai Baba Hinduism and Prema Sai Christianity. It will be the second coming of Christ.”  from book review in The Tribune, Chandigarth, October 4, 1999. ‘About the other Sai Baba’ by P. D. Shastri (see http://www.saibaba-x.org.uk/7/W/P.D.%20Shastri.htm)

However, other writers had previously reported Sai Baba repeatedly said the future birthplace of Prema Sai would be Gunapalli (or Gunaparthi) on the banks of the River Cauvery. To try to remove doubt, Sai promoters now claim that Doddamalur will be renamed Gunaparthi (or Gunapalli?) after the birth. But Gunaparthy already exists, apparently, according to an MSN report  Such is the nature of rationalization in denial!
(Here are the news outlets which confirm some conflicting reports:-

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 Gunaparthy
 Doddamalur


Once again it is a case of “take your pick” and believe what you want. That there are takers and convinced believers of every such published rumour is certain! There are, moreover, persons who claim to be Prema Sai already, and one can bet ones bottom dollar on there being many other claimants as the years roll by! Avatars and saints literally abound in India, virtually all originally self-announced, it is one way out of India’s constant crushing poverty, with the prospect of a great fortune and all the worldly benefits it brings with it to a community that can boast a true avatar. Sathya Sai Baba demonstrated this for all his many copyists. What about Chandrapatna, then… will that also be renamed, we wonder? All quite typical of Sathya Sai Baba’s shifting fantasies to feed the rumour mill that made him what he was!

Donald Taylor wrote “A way in which Sai Baba has met a potential challenge to his authority is to thwart any discussion about his successor… By defusing the problem of succession, he also defused the problem of authority. All authority remains firmly in his hands as long as he lives. Anyone else who claims this authority in Sai Baba’s lifetime will be recognized as a usurper or imposter.” (Charismatic Authority in the Sathya Sai Baba movement” 1987, Tavistock Publications, pp.119-133)

85th Birthday: Golden Age, Prema Sai Baba

Golden Age discredited
UPDATE as of june 2015! PREMA SAI IS FOUND IN DODDAMALUR, SOUTH INDIA – A 4-YEAR OLD BOY. This will upset Narasimha Murthy’s applecart unless he and his cronies can somehow readjust their narrative to include and embrace this discovery. Of course, it is all hoo-ha, typical Hindu guru delusion and manufactured divinity.

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