And now it gets really weird. The USDG group links to this East Indian alleged guru. There seem to be three alleged factions doing scams and blaming each other.
Audiji, a Bonified Bhakti-Jnana Yogi Guru
Learn to communicate with the Creator Father GOD, as Audiji learned from his Jnana Yogi Guru over 10 years ago and has used the technique every since.
How many times have you wondered what GOD would say about any given situation or happening? How many times have you thought, “Why does GOD allow that to happen?
Or is GOD aware of me and what does HE think of me? Or “Will HE let me go to heaven even though I have sinned?
There are so many things to ask and get answers for. Have these things crossed your mind?
Audiji says, “I personally wanted many things answered in my life. I started my spiritual journey over 40 years ago and I never felt comfortable with the answer I was getting from asking others or reading books. I was reading books but they were not giving me a feeling of confidence. Since I opened my mind to seek answers I realized the only way to get them was to put my faith in GOD, so one night feeling good about my request that GOD would answer, I talked to HIM just like HE was right there with me. After that I was a magnet to knowledge, for it came to me as fast as I could handle it. In my desire to be an instrument of GOD and serve mankind HE has blessed me with the ability to communicate directly to HIM whenever I need to make an important decision. The more faith and confidence I have in the answers HE gives me the better I prosper as his instrument".
“The ability to communicate with GOD to me is priceless. The experience of helping beings to understand what life is really about makes my spirit complete. Love, Truth, Peace, Non-Violence and Right Action is what brings mankind closer to GOD. I’m not asking you to join a religion or to change your way of worship, as long as they teach the above five basic teaching of the Creator Father GOD. These are also the same teaching of the spiritual being that GOD sent to us in the past and that we find ourselves worshiping today???.
“I try to live life without burning desires, but if I had one, it would be that all politicians and clergy would learn to communicate with GOD as I have. In the mean time while you are learning to use the communication technique that I will teach you, you can ask GOD a question through me and I will pass along the answer to you, that HE gives me, or that I know from experience He will answer???.
“There is so much more that I can teach you if you have the desire to know. I will give you the information on how to learn more and I will send you the information you will need to communicate with GOD".
Just send you name and email address to email@example.com
. The name of the organization is: Universal Service Dedicated to GOD. We are a non-profit, non-denominational organization.
U.S.D.G. @ P.O. Box 26353
Tamarac, Florida 33320
THis is a pretty strange message coming from a militia group.http://usdg.info/audiewatson.html
Universal Service Dedicated To God, Inc
Love, Peace, Truth, Non-Violence and Right Action.
Welcome to the service arm of the most high, that is the creator Father God and to all those divine being that were sent to us over the ages ,of which we are worshiping today.
As a non-profit, non-denominational org. we have taken on many service projects to help our fellow man, over the years, though we have not always been appreciated for our efforts, we continue to do so because it's what Got wants us to do. Yes we are talking about the living God that walks on our planet now. God has picked this time to bring us the living Christ as he did almost 2,000 years ago. The great prophets have predicted it and it has happened. As was prophesied "He will come like a thief in the night, be ready to receive HIM". This time His power is not limited by anything for HE has complete control of the universe. You may have many questions about this if you have any curiosity at all. All of your questions will be answered in time, but you must earn that right.
Only after you have received the knowledge that can be acquired through His devotee Audiji at www.audiji.com
will you be able to go further in your search for the answers you seek.
Ask and you shall receive open your mind and all things will unfold to you.
GOD bless you for the faith you will show
A Florida man said he sold about 2,000 memberships to the North Dakota-based Pembina Nation Little Shell tribe through a Web site. Each cost $150.
Audie Watson, president of the Tamarac, Fla.-based religious nonprofit Universal Service Dedicated to God, said his tribe has a waiting list of prospective members. But he admitted about 500 people have asked for refunds because of "adverse publicity."
The Little Shell tribe asked for federal recognition in North Dakota in the 1970s, but tribal representatives never completed the application process, according to the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
In 2006, the Florida attorney general's office heard complaints about the tribe. But a spokeswoman for the attorney general said authorities were unable to find victims or substantiate the allegations.
Watson said no legal authority has told him that selling memberships is illegal. As for those who say it's a scam, he said: "If they want to pass judgment, I can't help that."
Citizenship For Sale -- Part 2
POSTED: 4:04 pm EST November 3, 2006
UPDATED: 7:53 am EST November 6, 2006
Airdate: Nov. 3, 2006
By Jeff Burnside and Scott Zamost
NBC 6 Investigative Team
NBC 6 reveals the man behind a multi-million-dollar scheme to help thousands of illegal aliens into the United States.
In our four-month investigation, NBC 6's Jeff Burnside uncovers what's behind the scheme and goes directly to a Native American tribe at the center of the controversy of "Citizenship For Sale."
"They may have a tendency to not believe that this is legitimate," Audie Watson said on a videotape.
Who is the man selling the impossible?
"Will this allow us to work? Legally? In this country?" NBC 6 asked when it went undercover to Watson's operation in Tamarac.
Our undercover investigation captures his staff offering $1,500 memberships to an obscure Indian tribe called the Pembinas.
Day after day, desperate immigrants from South Florida and throughout America travel to a Tamarac storefront, believing they can live and work in the U.S. with free health care and pay no taxes at all.
"This is where it starts," Watson told NBC 6 on a tour of his office.
Watson says it came to him in a vision.
"If living, working and traveling in the United States is the American Dream, then that's what we're trying to offer to them," Watson told NBC 6.
Watson, who's white, joined the tribe. He claims old treaties give Pembina Indians enormous rights, including free passage into the U.S. So selling memberships transfers those rights to anyone.
Does the U.S. government agree?
"I don't know. I haven't talked to them," Watson said.
"You haven't talked to the federal government about what you're doing?" Burnside asked.
"No," Watson said.
Watson has talked to a judge, though. He's on probation for a felony grand theft charge in an unrelated pyramid scheme.
Our investigation found Watson's new moneymaker is attracting thousands of people. He says he sells 45 memberships each week at $1,500 each.
If true, his non-profit one-man company "Universal Service Dedicated to God" earns $3.5 million a year.
"Why am I getting this third-degree about money?" Watson asked.
"You're taking..." Burnside said.
"We're not supplying the terrorists with any money."
"And where does it go?"
"I just told you. It goes to a lot of different places."
"Pembina Nation, for one."
So we traveled to the hills of North Dakota -- Pembina Indian ancestral territory -- where we found a different story. Audie Watson does not speak the complete truth.
"What he's doing is not right for the people out there," said Chief Lawrence Henry.
Sitting Golden Eagle -- Chief Lawrence Henry -- oversees the Pembina Nation Little Shell Band of North America.
The Pembinas believe they still own millions of acres in North Dakota and Canada. They're not recognized by the U.S. government and so have no reservation.
The chief says Audie Watson was kicked out of the tribe.
"He's taking advantage of poor people, bottom line," Chief Henry told NBC 6. "That's totally against our grain. Even the way we think, we don't think like that."
Pembina officials say former Chief Ron Delorme gave Watson the OK to sell memberships, and was getting a cut of Watson's money as chief until he, too, was kicked out over the scheme.
Still, Watson, continues to sell memberships to those with non-Indian blood.
"Blood has nothing to do with it," Watson said.
"Blood has nothing to do with it?" Burnside asked.
Other Indian leaders vehemently disagree.
"That's criminal," said Stuart LaFountain, a leader of the Chippewa Tribe. "You're not a part of our tribe if you're not a direct descendant."
"Aren't you in fact using this as a ruse to take money from people who are vulnerable?" Burnside asked Watson.
NBC 6 has confirmed that state and federal authorities are now investigating Audie Watson's operation.
Ron Delorme referred us to a tribal leader, who says Watson was never authorized to sell memberships, and the tribe has never received money from him.