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Mary Teal Bosworth AKA Teal Swan
« on: August 06, 2018, 07:06:02 am »
This is one of the grimmest and most dangerous cult leaders out there IMO since she promotes suicide and seem incredibly mentally disturbed herself, but is charismatic enough to draw many others in.

Bosworth claims to have been part of a "Mormon Satanic cult" and been repeatedly raped as a child, even sewn up inside a dead body. Besides the lurid bigotry, her claims will obviously draw in many who were abused, as well as cause many to overlook the ridiculousness and falseness of what she says. There are no violent Satanic cults. That's been constantly debunked by the FBI every year since the early 80s.

Quite a few sites out there devoted to debunking her and warning others.

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https://medium.com/@bescofield/the-gucci-guru-inside-teal-swans-posh-cult-36168edaf62f
Teal Swan, an emerging cult leader, claims she is a multi-dimensional Arcturian alien working with 11 other aliens in an “intergalactic Green Peace” type organization. She says she has x-ray vision and hearing, that she can inject herself into people’s brainstems to revive them and can hear tectonic plates moving. She has a massive following, many of whom, called “Tealers,” tattoo themselves with her symbol. Teal claims suicide is a “reset button” and that “death is delicious.” At least two of her followers have already committed suicide. Teal also claims to have suffered 13-years of abuse in a child-murdering Mormon Satanic Cult where she was routinely tortured, sewn into a corpse for 12 hours and made to torture other children.....

Ever since she was young, Teal dreamt of being famous. And now that she has built a massive global following her dream seems to be materializing. Her Youtube channel has 434,000 subscribers and over 53 million views in total. That’s almost double the views of international best selling author and Oprah favorite Eckhart Tolle. She has 162,000 Facebook page likes, a Facebook group called “Teal Tribe” of 25,000 and over 60,000 followers on Instagram. Teal also has a monthly premium membership site that undoubtedly has thousands of subscribers. Her talks and workshops around the world regularly attract hundreds of people.

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http://www.jessicaschab.com/exposing.html
There is a spiritual teacher I often use as an example: Teal Swan (previously called Bosworth and Scott).
She is known as 'The Spiritual Catalyst.” She claims to have been born with extrasensory abilities and to be a survivor of severe childhood abuse. She has a large number of followers and travels the world teaching self-development and spiritual growth.
Many have written to me about their harmful experiences with her and what she is really like. I have been investigating her for years and I would like to share with you the data I have gathered.
The red flag that first made me want to expose spiritual frauds was the interview video with Teal Swan and Sacha Stone. It gave me a clear confirmation that Teal is a dangerous scam because of her behaviour in this video in which she openly flirts and laughs with Sacha while discussing the details of her witnessing children being tortured and killed.
I knew Sacha personally as I had met him in Bali, Indonesia. There, I witnessed him several times making inappropriate sexual comments to underage girls. I wrote about my disturbing experiences with him in my popular Bali Blog series where I referred to him as 'Wolf'.

After stomaching both parts of their interview, I wrote a post in 2014 to publicly denounce their behaviour and their message. It's really how it started for me to further speak and expose Teal, Sacha and others like them.
Here are some articles from people who have known Teal personally:
From a former close friend of Teal Swan - Tori McLellan's, Nov 2017
?An Open Letter to Teal Swan - by Lucie Svoboda, Nov 2017
The Completion Process - by Sarbdeep Swan, Dec 2016
The Black Swan - by Sarbdeep Swan, Dec 2016
A Teal Swan Masterpost: The Spiritual Catalyst Exposed - by Katherine Rose, Oct 2016
An Open Letter to the Teal Tribe - by Katherine Rose, July 2016
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You can find more testimonials on the Question Teal Facebook Page and their website where people who were banned from her Facebook group for questioning her unethical ways and disturbing behaviour gather.

Shortly after making my post, I was contacted by Cameron Clark, a former follower of Teal who had lived with her and was very traumatized by her experience. Among many things, Teal Swan tried to talk her into committing suicide. This was the red flag for Cameron to get away from her.
After long exchanges, we decided to record a video interview.

Cameron then contacted Teal Swan's alleged childhood abuser known as Doc.
At Cameron's website, you will find more about her experiences with Teal and her discussion with Doc.

Now that you've watched the videos, I would suggest you to check out an article that lists the five things sociopaths and narcissists say to make you feel crazy so that you don't question them. Cameron was subjected to all of them.
 Teal Swan is a dangerous spiritual scam.
To sum it up, Teal Swan is a New Age scam and a complete fraud. She has borderline and narcissistic personality disorders. She claims to be an alien from Arcturus star cluster and a 'Eucharist', and has created her own New Age alien cult. She is a megalomaniac who wants to "buy countries" as she said at one of her conferences.
She is a pathological liar and made up the story of Satanic Ritual Abuse to feed her insatiable need for attention, to help sell her books and to jump start her career as a spiritual teacher. Recently Teal was cited and fined by the state of Utah for practicing therapy without a license, she responded to this by moving out of the country....

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Links to the videos and articles from the article above.
https://youtu.be/ABL-C8FPoak
https://youtu.be/RvZi4yZhQFU
http://www.jessicaschab.com/uploads/1/4/8/5/14856272/article_by_tori_mclellan.pdf
https://amoraobscura.wordpress.com/2016/09/12/lettertotealtribe/?platform=hootsuite
https://youtu.be/m4-7ZSfdVUQ
https://youtu.be/q-W3f84PT4Y
https://youtu.be/fYSsaSs8P_c
https://youtu.be/St8ffbuY4rU
https://youtu.be/o-6sESBg7YE
https://youtu.be/Z9A0rDWgHoA
https://youtu.be/2rD3P6wboKM
https://youtu.be/3WNoBYUHcpc

This one is worth quoting at length.

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https://amoraobscura.wordpress.com/2016/10/21/tealswanmasterpost/
Her Past
Teal either lied about traveling to and living in eight different countries by the age of 20, or she lied about enduring 13 years of ritual abuse. (Or she lied about both.) In the bio on Teal’s old website from early 2005, she claims to have lived in or travelled to New Zealand, Fiji, Rarotonga, Paris, Tokyo, Milan, Mexico, and Tahiti. Teal now alleges that she escaped from her abuser at age 19, just over one year before her website was launched. She has made no mention of these trips since becoming a spiritual teacher. (Correction: Teal’s official bio states, “Modelling [sic] trips were the only trips [Teal’s abuser] condoned Teal taking because she would pay him if she made any money at it.” However, she has not mentioned living in any of the specific locations listed above, and the idea that she took frequent breaks from severe satanic abuse in order to travel the world strains credulity.)

In 2011, Teal’s associate Blake Dyer assumed false identities to promote Teal online. He posed as a journalist named “Jason Freedman” to write this article about Teal and this letter to the editor of the Herald Journal. He appears to have posted under other pseudonyms, too, as you can see here. (For proof that Freedman is 13606841_1752610525022230_7710823449028952611_nactually Blake, go here and search “Jason Freedman.”)

In 2004, Teal wrote a loving letter full of sensitive, personal information to the man she would later accuse of abuse. In this letter, she told her alleged abuser that she loved and missed him, and provided him with her phone number, her PO Box, the city and neighborhood in which she was living, and the color of her house. (Search page for “the letter.”)

In that letter, Teal also lied that she would soon be appearing in Playboy (a claim that also appears here), and that she had finished fourth in a national skiing competition. Both of these claims are false. (Search for “iplayboy” and “fifth.”)

Teal’s abuse claims contain misinformation about the Mormon religion. According to Teal, she was targeted by a Mormon cult as a child because she was exhibiting psychic and healing abilities. She claims that these skills were perceived as gifts of priesthood,  which, according to the Mormon faith, should only be exhibited by men. According to the Encyclopedia of Mormonism, this is untrue.

Teal says that she distanced herself from spirituality as much as possible after escaping from her abuser and throughout her athletic career, but the evidence suggests otherwise. Her US Telemark Ski Association profile from 2006 states that she was a Wiccan high priestess and was training to be a Quantum Touch practitioner. In the “About Teal” section of her old website (2005), she lists Wicca and qigong among her personal interests. In the aforementioned letter, Teal mentions having sessions with psychics, studying color therapy, planning to attend the Berkeley Psychic Institute, and perceiving nonphysical entities.

Teal stated that, by interviewing her alleged abuser, Ethics and the Modern Guru had “ruined” her case against him, because their actions would have alerted him to the investigation. This makes absolutely no sense, as Teal has been discussing the case publicly for five years. Here is her exact comment from a May 2016 interview: “By becoming really famous, I’ve developed a bunch of hate groups and they discovered the true identity of my abuser. So, they went behind my back and they did an interview with him. And so now, he knows all of what’s going on and…what he will have done is warned everybody to hide the evidence. So…the chief of police who’s in charge of the case is furious right now because it’s14045871_1771646343118648_6886369165838251090_n a ruined case, basically.”

Ethics and the Modern Guru gave Teal and Blake an opportunity to share their side of the story by answering some questions for the publication. They did not cooperate. (Search page for “squandered.”) Their conversation with Blake can be read here (search “interview with Blake Dyer”).

Teal was the patient of a therapist who implanted false memories of Satanic ritual abuse into the mind of her sister-in-law. Barbara Snow went on voluntary probation to avoid the charges of unprofessional conduct. Proof of Teal’s association with Snow exists only in private communications, which can’t be published, but I have personally seen confirmation.

Teal claimed that, during her youth, part of her role as a cult member was to torture other children. During her Portland workshop Teal said, “Okay, so, in my childhood…[in] the cult that I was a part of, they put me in charge of mentally programming children. So I was the one that would bring them in, hook them up to electrodes, and torture them. That was my introduction to the subconscious mind.” (The comment appears at 54:30 in this video.)

....In this blog, Teal falsely claims that she was taken by her abuser to a Blackfoot reservation in southern Idaho to participate in a peyote ceremony at age eight. There are no Blackfoot reservations in southern Idaho, most sources (though not all) agree that the Blackfoot tribe do not use peyote, and it is highly doubtful that the community would have allowed a random child to illegally partake in the ritual.


Her Teachings
Teal has plagiarized many authors. The list includes psychologist and author John Welwood, Robert Agustus Masters, the website of SOAS University of London, Dr. Joel Isaacs, an article on Recoveryranch.com, Mayo Clinic’s website, a Collective-Evolution writer named Vanessa Petronelli, Wikipedia, and the show Fullmetal Alchemist.

Teal has also plagiarized Michael Brown, author of The Presence Process and Alchemy of the Heart. The post Teal wrote defending herself against these accusations is full of half-truths and misinformation. For example, compare her vague summary of Week 9 of TPP to the section in this post titled “Core Negative Patterns.”

The section titled “Mining for Gold” in Teal’s book Shadows Before Dawn was taken from this blog post by Steve Pavlina. This is an excerpt from Pavlina’s post, and this is from Teal’s book.

It also appears that she plagiarized Abraham-Hicks, and she lied that she had never heard of their work before she began her career as a spiritual teacher. This post by “Jason Freedman” (Blake Dyer) reveals that he was aware of the similarities between their teachings all along, and even used those similarities as an opportunity to promote Teal. During her stay with Teal, Cameron discovered that she and Blake owned a set of Abraham-Hicks DVDs. (Search page for “Abraham.”)

She says that she was born “endowed with objective universal truth.” The claim appears here.

Teal’s attitude toward suicide is dangerous. Teal advised both her ex-boyfriend (known as “Fallon”) and former community member Cameron Clark to consider killing themselves. Tragically, 14034801_1769462666670349_7258762496387048474_none of Teal’s clients committed suicide in 2012. Teal later referred to the incident as “interesting.” Posts by people struggling with depression and suicidal ideation are common in Teal’s Facebook group, Teal Tribe. Despite this, it took Teal until January of 2016 to make this video and share a suicide hotline number.

Teal uses methods that have been proven to lead to false memories and confabulation. While guiding people through her processes and counseling them on stage during workshops, she has been recorded asking leading questions, using persuasive language, telling subjects how they feel and what they are perceiving, and attempting to convince them that they have repressed traumatic memories that must be recovered using her techniques. Here, she states that people “often need a bit of coaxing” from their therapists in order to recover repressed memories.

Teal has demonstrated that she is willing to cause emotional and psychological distress in her followers to advance her own agenda. Here, she instructs her viewers to relive the greatest trauma from their past in vivid detail. She then instructs them to imagine her denying that the traumatic events had never happened to them, saying, “Do you feel like you’re going crazy yet?” This comment left below the video demonstrates how cruel and psychologically damaging the exercise is.

Teal admitted that the Completion Process can lead to self-harm and suicide. The statement was made during this August 2016 webinar.

She has predicted her own assassination. In this September 2016 interview, Teal said that she was “a match to a very gruesome public murder in every single one” of her life paths.

Teal lied that she was hired to speak at the UN about the refugee crisis. In a series of comments on her Facebook page in December 2015, Teal insisted that “the Syrian refugees are not refugees.” She went on to say that she had been hired to address the UN on the subject, which was untrue.

Her Personal Life
In 2013, Teal verbally abused Cameron Clark on an episode of Shadow House. Cameron left the community and went on to share her full story.

Teal diagnosed Fallon, her then-boyfriend, as a psychopath, and announced it to her followers on Shadow House and on her blog. She publicly shamed him and made him confess all of his supposed wrongdoings to her online community.

Teal lied that she would13782256_1759466731003276_6316016445185799066_n be willing to fight for her “hater’s” right to free speech. In a May 2016 blog post, she stated that she values authenticity so highly she would even defend Cameron Clark’s legal right to criticize her. (Page search “court.”) In September 2016, Cameron received a cease and desist letter for speaking out against Teal. (1, 2, 3.) The lawyer had responded to this Teal Tribe post, and was out of jurisdiction.

According to one workshop attendee, Teal told her volunteers that Ale’s ex-wife had hired a hit man to kill her....

Teal lied about the circumstances surrounding the death of her client. In this video, Teal describes how “one of her principal haters,” Cameron, witnessed the immediate aftermath of the suicide of Teal’s client, Leslie. Teal claims that Cameron blamed her for the suicide even after witnessing Teal’s guilt and sadness in the days following her death. But Cameron didn’t meet Teal until the Santa Barbara workshop in April 2013. She moved to Utah a few weeks later. Leslie died on May 20th, 2012, almost a full year before any followers lived with Teal. (According to an actual witness, Teal’s main concern was that the death would hurt her credibility.)

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Re: Mary Teal Bosworth AKA Teal Swan
« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2018, 12:32:36 pm »
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To ask Rick Ross, executive director of the Cult Education Institute, is to learn that Swan has a familiar M.O. “In my opinion, Teal Swan fits the pattern of a [cult leader],” he tells me. “She has apparently become an object of worship, and it seems that her charisma and supernatural claims are the driving force of her school of healing and workshops.”

https://culteducation.com/group/1335-teal-swan/30706-spiritual-guru-or-dangerous-cult-leader.html

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'If you are on the highest vibrational level looking at this planet, the person who added to peace more than anyone else on this planet is Hitler,' she said.

'No one was thinking about world peace until he came along.'

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'I am a master at mental chess,' she once said. 'I play mind games with people.'

https://culteducation.com/group/1335-teal-swan/30705-meet-the-glamorous-american-cult-leader-nicknamed-the-gucci-guru-who-claims-she-s-part-alien-and-destined-for-world-domination-as-followers-flock-to-her-costa-rican-jungle-hideout.html

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Re: Mary Teal Bosworth AKA Teal Swan
« Reply #2 on: August 07, 2018, 03:53:07 pm »
(Teal Swan seems not to have been been mentioned earlier here in the NAFPS forum.)

Thank you Al for starting a new thread about this indeed dangerous cult leader. In my post which I refer to here I quote from this page, where there also are interesting comments:

https://www.reddit.com/r/TheOA/comments/5n0rpb/the_oa_versus_modern_cult_leaders_teal_swan_kaia/

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Re: Mary Teal Bosworth AKA Teal Swan
« Reply #3 on: September 08, 2018, 06:02:47 am »
Thank you. Her past resembles stories shared by Illuminati victims, like Cathy O’Brien.
Here’s a recent YouTube vid I found on warning about Teal Swan. The presenter of this is in an uproar about her dangerous suicide comments & claim to be a reincarnation of shirdi Sai Baba. It’s memtioned that Two of her followers committed suicide. I feel bad for the kids today latching on and misguided by this insane woman. It’s a mad world.

https://youtu.be/LVUmzFRj3rs

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Re: Mary Teal Bosworth AKA Teal Swan
« Reply #4 on: November 17, 2018, 01:47:55 am »
This one is worth quoting at length. … https://amoraobscura.wordpress.com/2016/10/21/tealswanmasterpost/

That page is missing completely now. I wanted to look it up because in the text you quoted there are four very long and meaningless digit series that I wanted to clear up. Presently, there are four other pages about or referring to Teal Tate:

https://amoraobscura.wordpress.com/2016/09/11/tealandthepresenceprocess/
https://amoraobscura.wordpress.com/2016/09/12/lettertotealtribe/
https://amoraobscura.wordpress.com/2017/07/12/truth-tribes-questions-for-teal/
https://amoraobscura.wordpress.com/2018/04/28/crazy-wisdom-uncomfortable-questions/

All articles written by author Katherine Rose https://amoraobscura.wordpress.com/author/katrbreen/

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Re: Mary Teal Bosworth AKA Teal Swan
« Reply #5 on: September 17, 2019, 12:42:54 pm »
Someone claiming to be Bosworth's legal rep, kind of, sent this clumsy attempt at a legal threat. First it, followed by my response.

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To Whom It May Concern: 

We have been retained by Teal Swan in connection with an article published on your website at the following URL:  http://www.newagefraud.org/smf/index.php?topic=5244.0 

While we support free speech rights and have great respect for the work journalists perform, especially in the current anti-media environment, our client does have some concerns about this article. We are not permitted to give you specific details at this time, however our client believes several facts were reported without necessary context and/or that some details conveyed in this article are wholly incorrect.   

In no small part due to the ready availability of your article via internet search engines, our client and her family have suffered both personally and professionally. Again, we are not permitted to reveal details at this time, however we can state that this article has had a negative impact on their personal well-being, personal and professional relationships, work environment and employment/business opportunities.   

We would be happy to provide additional details. However, due to the sensitive nature of some information, we are only able to do so if your publication agrees to keep any information disclosed strictly off the record.   

Please be advised that this letter does not constitute a notice of intent to take legal action. We have advised our client of the difficult nature of bringing such actions and that it is not in their best interest to attempt to do so. Furthermore, though the undersigned is an attorney, we have been engaged strictly as a mediators and negotiators. 

Our client simply wishes to put this incident behind them and move on with their lives. While it is important that information be archived, surely one must not be punished in perpetuity? It is no secret that the Internet and technology have made it increasingly difficult for anyone to put even the smallest of mistakes firmly behind them and move on. 

We believe our client has suffered enough as a result of this situation and the subsequent reporting on it. Therefore, we would like to request – as a professional courtesy – that the article in question be removed from your website. Alternatively, we are open to compromise arrangement such as de-indexing the article or, perhaps, removing our client’s name from the article.

  Thank you for your time and consideration of this request. Please feel free to contact us at any time regarding this matter. Email is our preferred method of communication; the undersigned may be reached at:
john@mediationassociates.org.   Sincerely,   _________________________ John Lambert, Esq. Lead Mediator

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That's pretty amusing.

We get empty clams of legal threats all the time.But this is the first time we've had someone claiming to be a law office clumsily using the name of a marriage counselor's office.

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Re: Mary Teal Bosworth AKA Teal Swan
« Reply #6 on: September 17, 2019, 10:15:22 pm »
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As a part of Teal’s psychotherapeutic “treatment” as she describes it, she has her guest imagine her death, prompted in gory detail. She also suggests that imagining her suicide is a “fantasy”. This is not the only time. And it is not the only time where she shows no sign of empathy when a guest shares that a loved one attempted, or committed suicide, while grinning throughout the dialog. Teal manages to make showing no empathy a normal thing, while eliciting laughter from the audience at inappropriate times.

https://tealswanblog.wordpress.com/psychotherapy/examples/

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Teal Swan has received a citation, Cease & Desist Order and fine by the state of Utah for practicing mental health therapy without a license on February 22nd, 2017.

https://tealswanblog.wordpress.com/psychotherapy/citation/

This whole site is worth looking through https://tealswanblog.wordpress.com/

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Re: Mary Teal Bosworth AKA Teal Swan
« Reply #7 on: September 23, 2019, 11:14:47 pm »
https://medium.com/@bescofield/the-gucci-guru-inside-teal-swans-posh-cult-36168edaf62f

Good thing you quoted so much of it. The link now ends here:
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This account is under investigation or was found in violation of the Medium Rules

However, I found the full article posted here, too: http://www.integralworld.net/scofield9.html

http://www.jessicaschab.com/exposing.html
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Links to the videos and articles from the article above.

Out of a total of 15 videos embedded in that article, 7 are now labeled "Private" and cannot be viewed.

This one is worth quoting at length.
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https://amoraobscura.wordpress.com/2016/10/21/tealswanmasterpost/

Good thing you quoted so much, because that article isn't there anymore. There are three other articles about her on the site, available from here:

https://amoraobscura.wordpress.com/all-posts-on-teal-swan/

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Re: Mary Teal Bosworth AKA Teal Swan
« Reply #8 on: September 23, 2019, 11:40:54 pm »
However, I found the full article posted here, too: http://www.integralworld.net/scofield9.html
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Reposted from www.gurumag.com (December 26, 2018) with permission of the author.
The original contains more videos of Teal Swan

Here is the original: https://gurumag.com/the-gucci-guru-inside-teal-swans-posh-cult/

Many pictures, many links, more videos, many of those no longer available, though.

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Re: Mary Teal Bosworth AKA Teal Swan
« Reply #9 on: September 23, 2019, 11:47:29 pm »
Thank you. Her past resembles stories shared by Illuminati victims, like Cathy O’Brien.
Here’s a recent YouTube vid I found on warning about Teal Swan. The presenter of this is in an uproar about her dangerous suicide comments & claim to be a reincarnation of shirdi Sai Baba. It’s memtioned that Two of her followers committed suicide. I feel bad for the kids today latching on and misguided by this insane woman. It’s a mad world.

https://youtu.be/LVUmzFRj3rs

My boldings. I had to find out who these two persons are:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cathy_O%27Brien_(conspiracy_theorist)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sai_Baba_of_Shirdi

Not to be confused with this one: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sathya_Sai_Baba

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Re: Mary Teal Bosworth AKA Teal Swan
« Reply #10 on: September 24, 2019, 02:19:30 am »
Here’s a recent YouTube vid I found on warning about Teal Swan. The presenter of this is in an uproar about her dangerous suicide comments & claim to be a reincarnation of shirdi Sai Baba.[…]

https://youtu.be/LVUmzFRj3rs [TEAL SWAN.. A very dangerous cult leader with a narcissistic personality disorder]
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sai_Baba_of_Shirdi

I found this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZuMr2BrIuyM
[Teal Swan on Her Past Life as Sai Baba from India]

What she says is totally incomprehensible to me. Comments there are an interesting read.

To counteract that drivel I recommend:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9A0rDWgHoA — [THE TRUTH ABOUT TEAL SCOTT]

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Re: Mary Teal Bosworth AKA Teal Swan
« Reply #11 on: November 05, 2019, 04:05:30 pm »
Bosworth had a different law firm send the exact same letter but with another intro msg. It's funny because the first was a mediation service, second is business law. Below is it followed by my response.

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Good morning. You previously received a letter from Mediation Associates, LLC, on behalf of Teal Swan regarding certain information published on your website. A copy of that letter is attached for your reference.

We are writing to inform you that we have taken over this matter from Mediation Associates. It is our understanding that you have not yet responded to their attempts to contact you. Therefore, we are requesting that you review the attached letter sent by Mediation Associates and respond to us directly by replying all to this email.

Thank you for your time and consideration.
Regards,
Lambert Worldwide, LLC

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We did respond to them. Perhaps they were too embarrassed to tell you about it.

We laughed off the earlier letter because it was so poorly written. They sent it with a web address used by couple's counseling, making it appear they were counselors attempting to pose as a law firm.

It was also curious a wealthy cult leader would choose a struggling start up of a firm from a remote small town. Just as it's curious they would turn to your firm for a legal matter clearly out of their usual practice areas.

Nothing has changed:
We don't take down information. Ever.
Not once in over 20 years has anyone succeeded in intimidation with legal threats.
We take care all our information is accurate.

We do welcome new information, including from those we critique. We would welcome accounts from Ms. Bosworth.
As we have always done before, we would post it in its entirety and unedited.

We would like to ask for Ms. Bosworth's account of her practices:

Why she encourages cult members to commit suicide.
Her response to the Cease and Desist order for practicing therapy without a license.
Her anti Mormon bigotry.
Her false claims of a Satanic cult.
Her claims to be an alien or reincarnated guru.
Her plagiarism of numerous authors.
Her attempts to intimidate critics.