Dato J. Jegathesan, a ‘Secret Swami’ cult top leader-roving ambassador
Posted by Barry Pittard on September 23, 2008
The Sathya Sai Baba cult assidously cultivates mainstream civic, religious, government and political figures. See ‘Secret Swami’ Cult Recruits At Prime Public Venues
Dato J. Jegathesan of Malaysia. International Finance Figure, and Secret Swami Cult Leader
It is doubtful whether the Sathya Sai Organization or one of its highest profile international leaders told the administration of St.John’s Baptist Church – Fellowship Hall 109 West Roosevelt Road,Little Rock – that their speaker, Dato J. Jegathesan, is fully committed to the belief that his guru, for whom he is a highly active roving ambassador, proclaims himself the ‘Father’ who sent Jesus Christ. This church, and its affiliate the Harmony Health Clinic, billed Jegathesan as:
• World-renowned author and motivational speaker
• Consultant to the United Nations for economic development in
• Former Deputy Director General, Malaysian Industrial
• United Nations International Development Organization
• United Nations Council on Trade and Development
• Japanese International Cooperation Agency
Interestingly – although Sai Baba and his cult strongly denounce involvement with psychics, mediums, disincarnate entities and so on – Jegathesan, long a great favourite of his guru, is happily permitted his fascination with these topics, having written extensively on them.
That a predominantly Moslem country such as Malaysia has permitted Jegathesan to climb so high surely argues that it is, by and large, a tolerant country.
For one-hour BBC documentary viewing
Re Jegathesan’s son’s suicide – “… invalidating someone as ‘mad’ has been shown to be widely used as a means of placing blame on those whose opinions or minds one otherwise can’t control (eg. Laing and Esterson’s ‘Sanity, Madness and the Family) . Add to this, the intensity of the dramatic events directly linked to the onset of his natural depression at his mother’s death”
“Jegathesan’s declaration was sent out internally in the Sathya Sai Organization (see here). It is legitimate to think about and question the scenario sketched after Jega’s own account. The evidence can always be regarded in various ways, remembering that there have already been a number of detailed reports of suicides by young male followers after sex abuse. More on the questions raised here will be posted later on”
“Jegathesan also considers the critics to run a ‘vicious’ campaign. This includes the many testimonies from brave young men who – despite murders and massive persecutions of all critics of Sai Baba like David Bailey and others – have nonetheless stood forth with most credibly accurate and detailed accounts from all over the world about sexual abuse by Sathya Sai Baba!”
“Having stated early on in his book ‘The Fourth Dimension’:”I am no expert on the question of mediums and trance situations”, he soon begins to make very definitive statements like:- ‘I am quite certain that these “spirits” are similarly highly evolved souls etc.'”
Yet numerous film clips show how Sai Baba is using sleight-of-hand and many have come to see that Sai Baba is only pretending to materialize – such as Jegathesan’s former friend, the former UK Central Coordinator Aime Levy did in the last dozen or so of his interviews! Many others have reported that they have seen this, including Conny Larsson, former head of the Swedish Sathya Sai Organization, Terry Gallagher, former head of the Australian Sathya Sai Organization, Gary Purcell, Bon Giovanni…
“J.Jegathesan has written a series of books which include many stories of healing. His last book is called “The Fourth Dimension – Sai Baba, Journey To God Part 4“. As the title suggests it is a highly speculative book. It consists in a farrago of strange experiences, often wild interpretations of them and much hearsay. All of this shows him to be a most naive and uncritical believer in witch doctors, black magic, primitive trance mediums and much else of that kind. This is rather amazing from a man who has been an economic consultant with the United Nations International Development Organization (UNIDO) and the United Nations Council on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)! However, remember that there are thousands of consultants to UN bodies, and surely few are as deluded as that”
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