Bivolaru was once sentenced for a sexual relationship with her when she was 17. She denies it ever happened—and says she has been offered € 350,000 to change her story.
It all started with a minor girl the Romanian spiritual master was accused of having a relation with. Now, she tells her truth.
How Gascan and his friends framed Gregorian Bivolaru looks like a fairy tale. But behind any fairy tale lies a truth.
The French anti-cult governmental agency played a crucial role in persuading those who were against other Tantric groups that they should focus on MISA.
Few had heard of a new anti-cult association that claimed credit for the arrest of the MISA founder in France. The story of its founder Hughes Gascan is not without interest.
After the arrest of the Romanian yoga teacher in France, the same fake news about his and MISA’s past were reproduced from one media to another.
A Historian Looks at the Controversies About MISA (the Movement for Spiritual Integration into the Absolute)
MISA’s teachings may appear new and shocking but they are based on ancient doctrines such as Chinese alchemy, Tantra, and Western Esotericism.
The dramatic history and the teachings of the movement are highlighted in the first monograph consecrated to it.