In a previous post Esther Rockett – Ovarian Reading Manipulation of a Cyberbully Part 1 we exposed that there is no factual basis to Esther Rockett’s account of Serge Benhayon offering and carrying out on her what she terms was a ‘sleazy ovarian reading’. Since morphing from Darkly Venus and Pranic Princess to Esther Rockett Health Care Activist, Esther Rockett has retold her story to Sunday Telegraph reporter Jane Hansen, considering perhaps that if her fabricated version of events is written in a tabloid newspaper it bears more weight than if it only appears on a hate blog under dubious pseudonyms. Esther needs to remember the truth however, that a lie is still a lie no matter how many times you repeat it or where you repeat it.
Esther’s account of the ‘ovarian reading’ simply did not occur. There is not, nor ever has been a modality offered by Serge Benhayon or any other Universal Medicine practitioner known as an ‘ovarian reading’. Not in 2005 when Esther alleges Serge offered and performed it, nor any time since. Serge Benhayon offered only Sacred Esoteric Healing in 2005 with the modality with a similar name the ‘ovary massage’ not being introduced until 2011. Serge Benhayon does not perform ovary massage himself.
So where exactly did Esther pick up this term ‘ovarian reading’?
While we know that Esther Rockett has some Esoteric Developers Group notes that refer to Natalie Benhayon ‘reading ovaries’ – in reference to the modality ‘ovary massage’ the notes do not use the term ‘ovarian reading’ – and in any event it is seems unlikely that Esther Rockett had these notes in her possession when she first appeared on the Rick Ross forum in September 2012 eager to tell a story and be part of the gang posting there.
It would seem that the term ‘ovarian reading’ first appeared in an article written by journalist Byron Kaye titled, “Investigation Urged into ‘Cult’ Medical Group” and published in the Medical Observer on 16 July 2012. Byron Kaye was the first of a group of unscrupulous journalists of the same ilk as Jane Hansen. Like Hansen he too was eager to take the word of Lance Martin and others over that of Serge Benhayon and in Kaye’s case that of various medical and allied health professionals associated with Universal Medicine, and told a false story of Universal Medicine being a cult medical group who tell people not to go to their doctors and break up families. This fabrication was a surprise to the many people who actually have attended Universal Medicine events and practitioners and knew the facts to be a far cry from Kaye’s sensational narrative. Cult stories are apparently more appealing even to a medical journal than a true story of hundreds of people on the New South Wales North Coast and now worldwide, who using esoteric healing modalities and the positive lifestyle messages of Universal Medicine in conjunction with conventional medicine and are consequently reporting amazing and positive benefits in their health and well-being.
The term ‘ovarian reading’ as presented by Kaye was a bastardisation of the modality known as an ‘ovary massage’. We know from Esther Rockett’s own writings that her interest in Serge Benhayon in 2012 was sparked by her reading an article in the Sydney Morning Herald written by journalist David Leser and it would appear that she has also picked up the term ‘ovarian reading’ from media reports.
It should be noted again here that the ‘ovary massage’ was introduced by Universal Medicine some 6 years after Esther Rockett alleges she was offered an ‘ovarian reading’ and that in 2005 when Esther attended upon Serge Benhayon he offered only Sacred Esoteric Healing and would not have referred at all to a separate healing modality related to the ovaries.
The term ‘ovarian reading’ is a figment of the media’s imagination appropriated by Esther Rockett in order to elaborate on what were 3 or 4 sessions with Serge Benhayon which, by her own admission on her blogs, occurred when she was fully clothed and involved absolutely no inappropriate touching. Furthermore it took her at least 6 years to make any negative comment and as previously exposed Esther Rockett actually followed these sessions with attendance at a Sacred Esoteric Healing Level 1 course facilitated by Serge Benhayon – hardly the behaviour of someone who suspected that if she had given Serge Benhayon the information she alleges he wanted he may have offered her ‘sexual purification’ or ‘sexual healing’. Why she considers that Serge Benhayon would have been at all interested in her sexually is unknown, but such statements fit with her sensational false narrative and is typical of the narcissism she displays throughout her blogs.
Clearly the foundation on which Esther Rockett built her case against Serge Benhayon is fundamentally flawed. From this false platform Esther Rockett has continually called for others to come forward with their own allegations of sexual impropriety. Posts from the then Rick Ross Forum thread showed Esther tried to lead another into blogging something that they did not experience in order to support her story. The response from the other blogger ‘Treefern’, was:
“Just wanted to clear something up for the record, neither I nor the other women I know have experienced anything sexual (other than the yucky EBMs but they were done by women) in either treatments or sessions. That is obviously something you have been made aware of privately. I will leave revealing that side of UM and Serge up to you.” (Rick Ross Cult Education Forum September 27, 2012).
It appears Esther took this to mean making up false stories including using innocuous workshop manual photos to make cries of ‘inappropriate touching of sexual abuse victims’ on her blogs and to authorities. All complaints in this regard have been dismissed since there was no case to answer.
In the absence of any other ‘victims’ Esther Rockett bemoans that:
“..a tiny number of us have continuously submitted complaints and notifications to regulators and the media, however it hasn’t been enough for meaningful action to occur. In some cases that’s because the regulators and laws are dysfunctional, but more often it’s because notifications are insufficient without victims willing to come forward with names, dates and other evidence. Both regulators and the media say they’re unwilling to investigate unless victims speak up.”
However that the regulators see her for what she is seems evident when in relation to her complaint to the NSW Health Minister about the NSW Health Care Complaints Commission’s failure to find any wrongdoing regarding any of her numerous complaints she states; “The HCCC tried to depict me to the NSW Health Minister as some sort of wind bag/nuisance”.
Undeterred by lack of evidence, the failure of others to support her allegations and her ever increasing number of failed complaints to government agencies Esther Rockett has continued to claim Serge Benhayon to be a sexual deviant and continued to claim that her fabricated story of an alleged ‘ovarian reading’ is a fact.
Jane Hansen of the Telegraph was directed to this site by Serge Benhayon so she was aware of Esther’s cyber-bully crusade. Jane Hansen was also offered what in truth should be a front page story – the story of the the amazing lives and health of the Universal Medicine Student body, however positive stories of this nature don’t make it to the front page of papers it seems. Jane Hansen is after all a former A Current Affair reporter who received significant criticism from ABC’s Media Watch for her reporting in at least one story on that program. That she has chosen to align to a cyber-bully is not therefore particularly surprising.