GULLIBLE WHITE WOMEN STARVE THEMSELVES TO DEATH AFTER SWALLOWING INDIAN MUMBO JUMBO


Another White woman has starved herself to death after falling victim to the fake "spiritual" teachings of an Indian guru and attempting to sustain herself on a diet of nothing but sunlight, according to the Zurich newspaper Tages-Anzeiger

The Swiss woman, in her fifties, started her starvation diet after watching the documentary "In the Beginning, There Was Light," in which an Indian guru claimed to have eaten nothing in 70 years. 

The movement behind this is called Breatharianism, and followers of the cult believe -- or claim to believe -- that the energy they save on digesting food and drink can be transformed into physical, emotional, and spiritual energy. 

The death of the women happened in 2011, after she embarked on a lengthy fast, but was only revealed recently and confirmed by the prosecutors' office in the Swiss canton of Aargau. 

White women in the spiritual vacuum of the post-Christian West, are often drawn to exotic cults, especially when they start to lose their youthful attractiveness. They are then exploited in various ways and taught erroneous doctrines, some of which can be life harming. 

In 1999, an Australian woman of a similar age to the Swiss woman was found dead in a remote part of the Scottish Highlands after embarking on a similar fast. 
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