by RMM, Australia
I saw the latest media mention of Serge Benhayon on A Current Affair and I was wondering: Where are the men? The TV show mentioned Serge and his 1,000 female followers, but there are about 40 men for every 100 women that are there as well. Didn’t the journalists see the men? If this is a cult where the women abandon their men to be with their ‘one idealised male’, then what are the men doing there? Are they doormats who will do anything to hang on to their women, or are they hyena-like, feeding on the leftovers that Serge makes available?
This entire narrative, wherein professional and highly scientifically trained women abandon themselves to a charismatic man en-masse, and where the men who are there can’t even be mentioned, is so beautifully absurd it defies description.
What Serge offers – and for various reasons about 5 women incorporate it into their lives for every 2 men that do – is a reliable truth detector, and he shows how to apply this truth detector for ourselves.
Serge could have shown this truth detector in other areas like the arts or philosophy, but those who are very sick simply have the greatest readiness for truth, so Serge started out as a healer.
I am a healthy male businessman who is now working as a professional, and I have been doing Serge’s courses in Australia for the last eight years, together with my wife of 20 years.
Serge is all about the truth. When I first found out about Serge, I could not believe that somebody would know so much truth and could do it so easily, as if the truth was just there for him, without any effort. I had a lot of doubts and I asked a LOT of questions. I looked at my questions and those of others, and I looked at Serge’s answers to these questions mathematically, and Serge’s answers stood up.
As well as that, I thoroughly investigated the possibility that this was the most sophisticated scam that I have ever encountered, and I found no evidence whatsoever.
My life also improved out of sight. I enjoy that.