In his failed 2017 lawsuit to aggressively silence a whistleblower, Mas Sajady claimed he was a “minister” running a “church. However, this so-called “minister” preaches for sexual perversion: Sadomasochism, cheating, orgies; that abuse is “seductive” and an “attempt to heal”; and that pedophilia is justified.
Sajady and his alleged mistress Fei Zhou also have many ties to pedophilia — which include posting what appear to be pedophile symbols in their marketing. Sajady and Zhou target children. The sexual perversion Sajady preaches is believed to go beyond adult human sexuality into pedophilia.
Sajady is notorious for having women promote his agenda of sexual perversion. This includes Flerida Todorovski, who flew to the US to help Sajady recruit children, who he then groped sexually inside a chapel.
- MINISTER SAJADY CALLS ABUSE “SEDUCTIVE” AND AGREES WITH TEAL SWAN’S JUSTIFICATION FOR PEDOPHILIA
- MINISTER SAJADY JUSTIFIES ABUSE AS AN “ATTEMPT TO HEAL”
- MINISTER SAJADY ADVOCATES FOR SADOMASOCHISM
- MINISTER SAJADY ADVOCATES FOR ORGIES
- MINISTER SAJADY ADVOCATES FOR CHEATING
- MINISTER SAJADY JUSTIFIES CHEATING
- MINISTER SAJADY HAS NUMEROUS ALLEGED MISTRESSES
A former client recounts that Sajady attempts to legitimize sadomasochism:
You can listen to Minister Sajady advocates for sadomasochism here.
Here is Sajady’s e-book where you can see his statement yourself, “… maybe group sex would feel right.”
Former clients have heard Sajady recommend orgies.
You can listen to his statements here.
You can listen to Sajady’s statements here.
A few alleged mistresses are below. More here.
Transcript: Justifying Cheating and Everyone who is Married Cheats
Podcast 54 – Summer Loving
MS: I’ve probably propagated say alot of people say cheating on their spouses and so on to go into that relationship that really say sets them free.
EI 10 – Ei and Love
28:35 Crystal – you said with marriages that 50% end up in divorce, the other 50% cheat.
Mas: Yes. That’s what’s happening. Some people are complete with two or three relationships.
Mas Sajady: For example, the high divorce rate, 50% of marriages end up in divorce, 50% cheat on their spouses.
From https://www.truthaboutdeception.com/cheating-and-infidelity/stats-about-infidelity.html — 30-60%, not 100% of married people cheat.
Transcript: Justifying affairs
Question: Is it wrong or bad to have an intimate relationship with someone who is married or in a committed relationship?
Mas: Again, kind of throwing that question back out to you. What do you think? For me there is no non-judgement. The divorce rates in the US or anywhere in the world aren’t the best. I mean the Chinese you know they get divorced, some of the saddest people, they just do it out of structure, they don’t do it out of love or anything like that. So is it the best structure to have? Probably not.
I think as we start to ascend higher and higher we start to break free from say what we perceive marriage to be. If it really truly awakens that individual who’s married, maybe that individual that is say fooling around or is open to that space is because they’re not probably getting something in their relationship. And I’m not knocking anybody down guys but sometimes I see women or even guys, they come in and they go, my husband cheated on me, you know, and it’s like they feel hurt. Umm you know they feel hurt because they ran off with somebody. You know I tap into them and they play, you know they have this program of feeling not good enough for that individual, or something else. So if you truly truly want your spouse to be happy, well you know what give them what they need, you know.
Alot of times again I see it from a guy’s perspective or I hear it from a guy’s perspective, you know women use sex as a control feature. You know, they get mad at their husbands, right, and then they withhold sex. Or they want them to do something, right, they get all dolled up, and then they have sex with their husband, and then ask whatever they want. If you’re going to play games, things like that, that is again, either side, you know that relationship isn’t going to be good. And eventually, if that horse is thirsty, it’s going to find water somewhere else.
So that’s my theory on it. Actually not my theory but just a universal theory that I’m getting.
Some of the best love stories, some of the greatest inventions, things like that, have come about say because a married individual hired a girl, fell in love with somebody else outside their marriage, and it propelled him to some of the most fantastic heights, where they sexually transmuted and umm. Napoleon Hill has a great book on sexual transmutation where those individuals get fantastic abilities and propels then again to do fantastic things, well beyond any say almost like superpowers that they get. So is that a good thing? I would say so.