Sathya Sai Baba Video. Too Weak To Cut Birthday Cake
Posted by Barry Pittard on November 25, 2008
See video which reveals Sathya Sai Baba, in November 2007, as unable to cut his birthday cakes any longer
High-powered Minister of State, Renuka Chowdhuri, has to cut 2007 for badly ailing Satya Sai Baba
For some time, he has had a mask-like face, suggestive of a degenerative disease.
One Of Many Examples of Sai Baba’s Falsified Statements
“Many people wonder that I look so young even at the age of 73. The reason is that I have the three P’s in Me. One is Purity, the second is Patiene and the third is Perseverance. It is because of these three that I shall remain like this for any number of years to come. (cheers)” p. 302 Sanathana 11-1998
Further Reading At ‘Call For Media and Government Investigation of Sathya Sai Baba’
There is no end to his failed predictions. In his February 1 16, 2007 (so-called ‘divine discourse’, Sai baba said:
The guru, perhaps the most wealthy and politically powerful in India’s long history, claims that he will save the world in his own lifetime. He will, he says, preside over the greatest changes ever to occur in history
One of India’s most powerful Hindu nationalist leaders, Ashok Singhal, who has an international profile in the Hindu world, has just told an assembly of political and religious luminaries in Delhi of a prophecy he says Sathya Sai Baba shared with him. The Organiser, September 14, 2008, reports …
Robert Priddy – former head of Sathya Sai Organization, Norway – at his blogsite Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed
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