Monday, July 15, 2013

Amma the Life Draining Vampire

Kali, black magic and voodoo cults drain their victims of their life force energy. Amma needs a steady flow of victims to feed her inner vampire. An Ex-Amma follower seeks to exorcise herself of the Amma taint by sketching the feeding frenzy which results in brainwashed zombies. Children who are immune to the hype have felt that Amma is trying to drain them.

"Not too long later, my friend and I both found ourselves tired, drained, out of sorts, and spacey. I have to tell you it was like walking around on drugs, but that kind of feeling towards the end of the high, when the drug is wearing off and leaving a somewhat unpleasant aftertaste."
"Is Amma the Hugging Saint for Real?"


Anonymous said...


Thanks for exposing the hidden side of Ammachi which her PR will never allow to be revealed in the press. Ammachi loves the money and mock adulation

Anonymous said...

Gail Tredwell's autobiographical book about her 20 years as Amma's personal attendant and Swamini has now been published.

The book "Holy Hell: A Memoir of Faith, Devotion and Pure Madness" is available in paperback form from at:

The book will soon be available in eBook format including Kindle, for downloading.

Gail also has a website about the book at

What Amazon says:

"Amma, universally known as "The Hugging Saint," went through a two-decade transformation from a simple fisherman's daughter to an international wonder worshiped by millions. Gail "Gayatri" Tredwell was there every step of the way—from early devotee to head female disciple, ever-present personal attendant, handmaiden, whipping post, and unwilling keeper of some devastating secrets. At age nineteen, when she was a happy-go-lucky, adventurous lass from Australia, Tredwell never imagined that she would soon be trading her free spirit and skimpy clothing for a life of submission in an ankle-length sari. Her eager decision to serve the young "saint" began with innocence and a pure desire to please her new guru. In time, the relationship transformed into virtual enslavement in which Tredwell was on call 24/7 and worked herself nearly to death in the hope of finding God. Because she became fluent in the Malayalam language and had continual intimate proximity to Amma for twenty years, Tredwell is uniquely capable of portraying this famous woman. She tells her tale with straightforward honesty, fairness, and a dash of Aussie snap and wit. Although the guru’s flaws are a necessary part of her story and awakening, she strives to be factual throughout, digging deep to eschew victim frameworks and take responsibility for her own role in accepting the abuse and perpetuating the lies. The book evokes the joys of early devotional life and vibrant images of rural India. Through Tredwell's eyes, we watch a modest and traditional ashram metastasize into a business-oriented, bustling, mega-international organization. We also see how such a dizzying rise created vast opportunity for abuse, deceit, and hypocrisy. Tredwell takes us vividly through her varying stages, starting with naïveté and innocent devotion, then on to dawning awareness and confusion, finally to emotional breakdown and her shocking "enlightenment"—her realization that the liberation she urgently required was is in fact liberation from her own guru. In a gradual yet determined struggle, she managed to untangle herself from the web of myth and indoctrination. Only then was she able to muster her battered but not quite broken spirit and plot her escape. Gail's flight to freedom—her victorious recovery from a life of abuse and disillusionment—displays extraordinary strength and inspiring courage."

Finally the Truth about this woman will be exposed to the world. Please spread the message far and wide about purchasing this book. There is also a Facebook page for "Holy Hell" and soon there will be a Twitter feed.