If you have spent any amount of time in alternative conspiracy circles you have probably heard of Benjamin Creme’s “Maitreya” I have mentioned
him a few times in my videos as well. I would like to take a second look at this figure, because I don’t think everything is as it seems with him,
and not for the reasons you might think…
Bejamin Creme, an Englishman, claims to be in contact with an entity called Maitreya. This entity speaks to him through telepathic means, a communion
he sometimes refers to as an overshadowing by Maitreya. Creme claims that Maitreya is the “world teacher” that is awaited by the Theosophical
Society. As the Theosophical Society’s World Teacher, he is Jesus, Buddha and Krishna wrapped up in one, something known as the “Christ
Principle” or “Christ Consciousness.” Creme claims that Maitreya has prepared a body for himself, and lives in London, and will soon begin his
public ministry, which consists of “showing us the way out of our current difficulties and bring the new teachings which will guide humanity towards
its next evolutionary step.” In fact, in a recent post on the
Share International website, Creme claims that Maitreya has already begun his public ministry by appearing on American TV. Unfortunately, Creme
refuses to tell us what name Maitreya goes by, but more on that later.
Creme basically claims any miracle or weird occurrence is because of Maitreya… for instance
on his website, Creme claims that the ending of the Cold War, the fall
of the Berlin Wall, and the end of apartheid in South Africa were just a few examples of Maitreya’s “peace miracles”. So the pattern has been
the same, the more outlandish the claim the more publicity, and then when it doesn’t happen, Creme just comes up with a lame excuse to explain why
One of Creme’s early publicity stunts involved the date July 31, 1985. When Maitreya disappointed a group of reporters who had gathered to see him,
Creme claimed that Maitreya was thwarted by “Cosmic Evil forces”. Creme refers to these forces in an article, in which he interviews himself with
a Question-and-Answer-format, just as Helena Blavatsky would do:
Q.I remember when the journalists were waiting for Maitreya in London with Patricia Pitchon [31 July 1985], when apparently Hierarchy decided to move
forward, and was attacked by evil forces, specially those from Outer Space, those called Cosmic Evil forces. So Hierarchy had to shield the Earth and
some moves in the Reappearance had to be postponed. Now that Maitreya has moved forward, does it imply that our planet is more shielded against
intrusions from Cosmic Evil forces, as a consequence of permission given from divine levels of our planet and beyond, to permit Hierarchy to work
without being interrupted?
A. No. Maitreya took advantage of an opening of a window of opportunity at a given time.
In order to get a complete understanding of who Maitreya really is, we must take a look at his past. When we do so, we notice a string of misses,
especially with regards to dates, and appearances. As we know, “A wicked and adulterous generation asks for a miraculous sign,” and Maitreya’s
signs are not even a little miraculous.
Signs and Miracles
Creme has claimed that everything in the sky is the star sign, he has a plethora of totally ridiculous pictures
on his website all of which Creme claims to be alien spacecraft, which is what
he says the star sign actually is. Some of them are of Venus, others are close up shots of stars, while others still are colored blurs. In the end,
all they prove is that Creme has become so desperate, that he will put up any old picture people send him, in order to keep the momentum going. It’s
not easy to keep the hype going after 35 years…
He also claims that Maitreya has taken credit for the Norway Spiral. This one is particularly funny if you have spent any time at all looking into the
Norway spiral, because it clearly is some sort of land to air projectile that spun out of control in an interesting but not unique way, as evidenced
by viewing the spiral from almost any other angle. I will put a link in the description section that has some really good info in this.
There are other miracles that I encourage you to check out on his website including crying Madonna statues, Crop circles and reflections on
I would have you notice something else about them too….out of all these dozens of so called miracles, none offer any evidence that Maitreya really
exists outside of Crèmes head….all of them except for one…
That is the claim that Maitreya showed up “out of nowhere” in a prayer meeting of Mary Akatsa in the middle of a crowed of hungry people in Narobi
and spoke with them. And people were said to have worshipped him.
I want to make it clear that this is the only evidence in the last 35 years that Matrieya exists outside of Creme’s head…if this can be proven to
be false, then there is absolutely no reason to believe Crème about anything else.
Here are a few interesting details about this event.
First the reason this event is given credibility is because of the
testimony of a man named Job mutungi, who was the editor of the
Swahili version of the Kenyan times. And his article also published pictures of the event which they make sure to point out that photographers are
always at this woman’s meetings.
Now, according to this article
that I found, published just after the events on June 28 1988 in a newpaper called the Washington Afro American, it says that The Kenyan Times when
it published the front page story about Jesus coming to Nairobi was in the process of conducting a quote “big circulation drive under the tutelage
of British tabloid experts”
This is a very significant point because it seems to confirms Fritz Springmeir who had written the following in a
timeline, before his imprisonment:
This is a very significant point because it seems to confirms Fritz Springmeir who had written the following in a timeline, before his
1986- Top executives of British Media agree to stage the Maitreya’s “Day of Declaration”, but higher authorities in British government veto
According to this timeline this was two years before the Nairobi event.
Another piece of information about this meeting, is that the woman who was conducting this meeting, was well known in the area for her heretical
teachings. In one interview she explains her method of healing through an interpreter:
MN. Do you go into trance when you are healing? Do you feel the Christ’s energies flowing through you? Are you aware of what is going on when you
are healing or does the Christ take over your body?
M. Mami changes when the power goes through. She’s absolutely in trance. She doesn’t recognize individuals. A screen covers her eyes and messages
appear on people’s chests.
Adding to the evidence against Maitreya’s Kenya appearance, is that there appears that another evangelist was competing with her across town that
week, an evangelist who was drawing much bigger crowds than her, according to the afro times. I would also add that later on it would be claimed that
the other evangelist said that Jesus would show up in Nairobi, this detail seems to be added later and no one ever remembers hearing him say it as
far as I can verify.
Lastly, this figure who appeared as a Muslim Jesus was said to have “appeared out of nowhere”, but yet he left in a car, after asking a man for a
ride to the bus stop! Later, the man who gave him a ride to the bus stop came back to the meeting to tell the crowed that he vanished into thin air at
the bus stop that he took him to. So we have to take this driver’s word that there was a miracle after he left.
So, in terms of authenticity, we have the fact that British Tabloids were helping the Kenyan Times increase circulation, the fact that whoever was
there claiming to be Maitreya, appeared out of nowhere, but asked for a car ride to a bus stop, presumably because he was out of spirit gas to vanish
back into thin air, and the only witness of this “miracle” is the driver who took him to the bus stop. How likely is it that Maitreya is who Creme
claims he is, or for that matter, how likely is it that Maitreya is anything other than a fictional character from Creme’s imagination?
Publicity Campaigns and Raj Patel
Creme has been using the same tactic for 35 years, which is to take out big advertisements in major newspapers, and make bold claims like a few
decades ago when he took out full page ads in major newspapers claiming, “The Christ is Now Here.” In 1982, Creme claimed Maitreya would announce
his existence on world wide television broadcasts, and that he would do that on Monday, June 21, 1982. Yet again, he has done the same thing when he
recently put out, this time television and radio ads all over the world claiming that a star sign in the east would herald Maitreya’s public
ministry very soon. Creme has appeared on many radio shows and other interviews over the years telling people about Maitreya.
So Creme, following his usual pattern, put out a bold press release and an equally bold ad campaign, this time on major television and radio networks,
around December 12th 2009, claiming that Maitreya would show himself very soon and he told everyone to look for a star sign shining brightly in the
east. He also weaved his “Christ Consciousness” theory, which is the belief that Jesus was the same as Buddha and Krishna, also a crucial part of
the deception… Then he put out a press release saying that Maitreya’s public appearance had actually begun. Creme said that Maitreya had appeared
on American television but refused to say where people could watch it, oh and of course he said Maitreya wouldn’t use the name Maitreya.
Now this of course lead to people looking around the internet and checking their tv guides to see who had given their first interview on American
television on a major network at that specific time window. This lead people to Raj Patel who certainly looks the part, and other than a slight
stutter problem has a very convincing speaking demeanor as well. The kicker was that he is talking about the very thing that Creme said Maitreya would
focus on, which was the waste of food resources and how to distribute them to those in need (Mr. Patel has a book that he is promoting on this very
subject). My personal opinion is that Creme did want people to think it was Patel even if just for a little bit to keep interest in Share INTL going.
After all, he could always not confirm or deny it as he always has unless Raj specifically denied it, but I don’t think Crème knew it would be as
big as it was and that it would eventually require a public denouncement of Crème and
Maitreya on the part of Raj Patel. The reason I say that it seems Creme wanted people to think this, is because of Creme’s reaction through all of
it. When it was suggested that it was Raj Patel at first Creme did his usual thing just keeping the hype going and be ambiguous. Eventually, Patel
came out and said that he thought Creme was a whacko. This forced Creme to admit that Patel was not Maitreya.
Maitreya’s Public Ministry
Now in more recent developments Creme claimed that Maitreya has now
appeared 11 times on American TV. Creme says that Maitreya is about to do shows in other countries including Japan, Europe, South America, Russia and
China, and when this happens, Creme says he will be speaking the language of whatever country he is in.
In a recent publication, Creme offered more of his signature tantalizing clues as to where you can find these interviews without actually telling you
anything of value. Some of the clues are:
1)That they are high-powered television interviews from major TV programs and that via the internet Maitreya can be heard and seen by millions at the
2) All the interviews have been on the same channel up until now.
3) They are all about 30 mins long.
So the wild goose chase continues. But this time he digs his hole deeper, after all, how many American Talk Shows do you know which have interviewed
the same person 11 times, at 30 minutes a pop, on the issue of food shortages and spiritual truth?
At this point, we should also be asking ourselves, “If Maitreya’s message is so crucial to the salvation of mankind, why is he hiding? Why is he
using cryptic signs, and masquerading as a common person, rather than declare his supposed glory, and claim his throne as messiah?”
Alleged Links to the United Nations
There is also the claim that Share International has a relationship to the UN. What I have done in the past, is quote the same line that people often
use when talking about this which is that,
“Share International Foundation is accredited as an official non-governmental organization (NGO) by the United Nations, and the magazine, as stated
on the inside cover of each issue, is published by SI “…in association with the Department of Public Information at the United Nations.”
Now you can go to the Non Governmental organizational website of the UN and look through their
directory of NGO’s and you will notice that Share international is not listed.
But the question is, does anyone know what an NGO is?
I submit that even if Share International was listed as an NGO of the UN in the past, there really is no special
requirments, other than being non-profit and in good standing. The rewards for being an NGO
is equally unremarkable- 50 reserved seats on the upper deck of the general council meetings as long as nothing special is going on. You could also
ask “Kids with a Cause” and “Girl Scouts of the Philippines” as they are both NGOs of the UN, and as far as I know, they are not helping usher
in the New Age of Aquarius. You can also look through the requirements and benefits on UN NGO in the “about us” section.
Antichrist…. or not?
It seems that many people are concerned about Maitreya being the Anti-Christ. Even people that are not Christians seem to know that if this Maitreya
person was anything more than a figment of Creme’s imagination, he would obviously be the Antichrist. When they hear a description of Benjamin
Creme’s Maitreya they will say something like “oh you mean like the Anti-Christ” A case in point is George Norry of Coast to Coast AM , a man
who very much disagrees with biblical Christianity. When he heard Creme’s description of Maitreya, he said that it sounded an awful lot like the
Antichrist to him. He said he also got a weird vibe from Creme, as did many of his listeners.
The point I am trying to make is that the bible says that almost everyone, and especially non Christians, will not suspect this AntiChrist to be the
Antichrist. They are going to think he is the real deal. This is not the case with Maitreya, as absolutely everyone suspects him to be the
Anti-Christ, even before anyone has even heard from him. There are many other things about Maitreya that I will mention in a moment that don’t add
up at all to me.
This got me and my friend Frank Lordi, my co-host from the Frank and Chris Show, thinking. It seems to us that this has all the hallmarks of a
deception of some sort and I’ll talk about that in a second but first lets look at some scenarios in which this could be a deception:
1.) Creme could be nothing more than someone like Jordan Maxwell or Michael Tsarion, who have a certain skill in speaking and basically spread the
message of luciferianism to people who have recently shattered paradigms and are vulnerable to new programming. In telling people about Maitreya,
Crème always makes sure to slip in the key component to the externalization of the mysteries in my opinion which is that Jesus was just the “Christ
consciousness” and it will be the same consciousness that was in Buddha or Krishna that will be coming back in the future…whether you believe in
Maitreya or not this is the message that will prepare the road for the real antichrist and it doesn’t matter if Crème is proven to be a fraud or
not as long as he can keep getting that message to audiences.
2.) It could also be another form of a misdirection or slight of hand. If people focus all their energy on thinking that the entity that Benjamin
Creme has been promising to show up for 35 years is the Antichrist then they are a not likely to keep looking, they would also look pretty silly when
once again Creme is proved to be a fraud.
I don’t deny that Benjamin Creme is talking to a spiritual entity who is telling him to say all this stuff. The enlightenment or spiritual
evolution message is pretty much consistent with the rest of the spirits who totally lie about their identities to the person they are talking to. As
I have demonstrated in videos like “How 2012 Enlightenment Will Lead to Genocide” and “The 2012 Deception Presentation“, I demonstrate a
possible use for this specific mentality for a united false utopia.
You should also remember that these spirits have absolutely no qualms with hanging the person out to dry when they have done their task of
evangelizing the core idea. Do you remember the 15 minutes of fame of blossom goodchild and her alien friends that she was channeling which told her
to tell the world they were going to show up on a particular day?
So in conclusion:
Benjamin Creme has spent 35 years doing the same thing, telling people that Maitreya has just shown up, and then trying to explain why he cant tell
you where he is, all the while, getting paid to travel the world on the hype and preach a specific type of luciferianism. There is no reason to expect
Maitreya to show up just because Creme’s claims get bolder, especially as we have proven that Creme has been false on every single occasion in the
I need to say and pay attention because I think this is where many of us including myself have been confused. Benjamin Crème was a big time fan of
the theosophical society’s writings about the world teacher. His own writings are obviously heavily borrowing from Bailey and Blavatsky. Crème was
just an unknown guy who after reading their writings claimed their world teacher was talking to him and he was about to show up on and blah blah blah
35 years pass…well the theosophical society apparently does not claim Crème, maby its because he has not come through so many times, I don’t know
but I know that Crème is not a member of the society either.. the point Im trying to make is this…
Yes the World Teacher that was prophesied by Bailey and Blavatsky sounds like the antichrist…and if they say t
Yes the World Teacher that was prophesied by Bailey and Blavatsky sounds like the antichrist…and if they say their world teacher has returned you
should watch your back.
But in my opinion the only reason that Cremes Maitreya sounds like the world teacher is a.) Because Crème read so much Bailey that he knew the basic
idea or b.) that he read so much Bailey that the demons he was letting into his body started acting like the world teacher in order to get people to
hear their luciferian doctrine, as demons always play to the person’s paradigm. Whatever you’re into they will seem to confirm it.
Yes the world teacher sounds like the Anti-Christ, but not even the theosophical society believes Creme’s Maitreya is the World Teacher. yes a man
will show up at some point and have these basic characteristics, and we should be vigilant in watching. BUT with a track record like Creme’s I think
that its time that genuine truth seekers stop saying how high when Creme’s demon says jump.
I appreciate all the background you've gathered, great thread, and an important topic! The matter of interest that got my attention was the following
info about the elite interests, which underlies Cremes foppish behaviour. Maybe he is a decoy for the masses, maybe a false prophet? It was also
spoken of Sanat Kumara as the coming "Lord of the World", to whom I was viewing this Maitreya as only a precursor. If I'm not mistaken, that dates
back to Alice Bailey, and Lucis Trust - hq in Geneva, not to Blavatsky.
The spiritual thrust of SI is clearly obvious in each issue that is published. Despite this fact, or perhaps because of it, SI has a long list
of prominent, well respected international diplomats, religious leaders and political figures who have had articles published in this magazine. They
include articles written by former UN leader Boutros Boutros-Ghali; present leader Kofi Annan; former President of Ireland Mary Robinson; Gro Harlem
Brundtland who is director-general of the World Health Organization and former Prime Minister of Norway; the Dalai Lama; and recently even Britain's
Crown Prince Charles. Even though the average man on the street would most likely dissolve into hysterical laughter upon being presented with the
beliefs of Creme and Share International, it is easily shown that this magazine is well-respected and taken seriously by many influential members of
the Global Elite. In fact, Share International Foundation is accredited as an official non-governmental organization (NGO) by the United Nations, and
the magazine, as stated on the inside cover of each issue, is published by SI "...in association with the Department of Public Information at the
A question begs:- Why debunk a non-existant entity? And in a smaller measure, how does one debunk Him and not end up foolish from the very 1st premise
Debunk Creme by all means. Debunk Bailey, or Blavasky, or buddhist monks, or christians by all means but no one is claiming to be the Matreya
Or is it the message left by our ancestors that had send shivers of fear into those in the dark and need to quickly go into damage control to keep
their masses continuely blind to hold on to their power?
I don't have the answers, am just a regular nobody.
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