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Australia: Talk to the ovaries, because the government’s not listening

July 22, 2012

 Serge Benhayon, a former tennis coach from Maroubra, has up to 1000, mainly female, devotees to his movement, Universal Medicine, based in the hills outside Lismore on the north coast of NSW.

Mr Benhayon told The Sun-Herald he had no medical qualifications but stood by the effectiveness of his treatments, including ”esoteric breast massage” – administered only by women – and ”chakra-puncture”. His daughter, Natalie, 22, claims to be able to talk to women’s ovaries – for $70 an hour.

Mr Benhayon defended himself against claims a personality cult had built up around him, with dozens of relationships from Brisbane to Byron Bay and Bangalow breaking down as a result. ..

But Mr Benhayon said his female students had merely discovered the ”livingness of love” from his ”esoteric way of life”.

There is concern in the medical fraternity that certain treatments provided at Universal Medicine’s Lismore headquarters are being subsidised by Medicare.


Your taxes at work — subsidising free love for charlatans.


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