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When Joanne Clark and others at Retreat Guru were confronted for their role in making trouble for those helping police into their inquiries as well as the disgusting nature of sniggering at people having their legs broken and siding with nasty drug traffickers facing jail, just hours later a facilitator of one of the Ayahuasca centres listed on the Retreat Guru website sent messages through another website claiming that Court witness could be humiliated and mocked as a peodophile for fun and nothing could be done about it.

Retreat Guru learned that the serving of Ayahuasca without legal permission can be stopped when the names of the facilitators, locations, dates, times and pictures of banned substances are posted up on social media and ultimately people can LOSE THEIR JOBS for lending a hand to such behaviour as Joanne Clark learned.

Her mistake was to approve pictures of people smoking big cannabis spliffs in retreat centres after several other centres were raided and big black sacks of cannabis were found.

Once people are threatened with broken legs, violence and murder by those listed on the site, those people also have a motive, and indeed a legal obligation, as stated by ICEERS, to give information to law enforcement about Retreat Guru.

Joanne Clark of Retreat Guru was caught out on the web promoting banned substance retreats after being told they were illegal in Portugal, then she posted up dates and times, causing cops to show up with a warrant, shutting down two centres, taking away Ayahuasca and then causing Retreat Guru big losses and heavy embarrassment.

Retreat Guru were condemned when members of their listed centres used the site to humiliate witnesses to Courts, using their full names, whilst their social media pages celebrated the relationships, proving the matters complained of.

The structure and set-up of the site also makes it easy for people to pass themselves off as participants to make a booking.

Retreat Guru learned that the serving of Ayahuasca without legal permission can be stopped when the names of the facilitators, locations, dates, times and pictures of banned substances are posted up on social media and ultimately people can lose their jobs for lending a hand to such behaviour as Joanne Clark of Retreat Guru learned.

Once people are threatened with broken legs, violence and murder by those listed on the site, those people also have a motive, and indeed a legal obligation, as stated by ICEERS, to give information to law enforcement about Retreat Guru.

Joanne Clark of Retreat Guru was caught out on the web promoting banned substance retreats after being told they were illegal in Portugal, then she posted up dates and times, causing cops to show up with a warrant, shutting down two centres, taking away Ayahuasca and then causing Retreat Guru big losses and heavy embarrassment.

Joanne Clark of Retreat Guru was involved in blaming the wrong person for a police raid and LOST HER JOB, in part as she is a part of a large community of substance users that smoke weed and drink Ayahuasca, and have a reputation for breaking laws, claiming victim-hood and blaming innocent people for their problems whist trafficking in substances in defiance of the Courts.

Then future employers will have tough questions at interview when the facts of their roles in such behaviour are smeared on the web in response to innocent people being threatened with being smeared as mentally sick or taunted as deranged paedophiles to withdraw testimony in Court cases involving drug dealing and substance trafficking across borders as well as minors and drugs.

Retreat Guru were told to expect many closures of their centres involved in Ayahuasca in Portugal and cancelled retreats, those wanting to buy up places on Ayahuasca Retreats in Portugal with Retreat Guru are walking into very nasty trouble and having their retreat centre either raided or cancelled at short notice.

Retreat Guru are friends with those who believe humiliating witnesses to Courts is a laughing matter. Grant Cherwenuk admitted illegal behaviour and Retreat Guru posted information on how to hide a retreat from the authorities.

Many Centres stopped laughing when they had to close. Those involved in the matter at Retreat Guru stopped laughing also once they realized the severity of the matter, no-one wants to be taunting those helping the police in their inquiries with threats of murder, peurile jokes or threats to smear people online.

Retreat Guru was told to stop promoting banned retreats and criminal behaviour, was shown a link to a heist of 70 litres of Ayahuasca found in Portugal and told to stop. Instead they felt sorry for a bunch of substance dealers in trouble with the law because her sentiments toward Ayahuasca clouded her thinking rendering her unable to be neutral and to not take sides in a dispute as per Retreat Guru Policy.

Company Policy states that there is no need for threats and harassment or hate speech, in this case she thought differently and took the side of those threatening people with nasty reprisals, violence and being smeared online, or mocked as mentally sick or full of excrement.

They took the side of those posting up nasty comments on Retreat Guru messaging platforms, comments that included telling people to get changes of pants ready, or that they were full of (censor), or were mentally sick.

They were directly involved in supporting malicious harassment whilst their centres posted messages sniggering at people having their legs broken.

Retreat Guru admitted in several leaked emails that selling Ayahuasca was illegal in Portugal and posted on their website recommendations on how to 'hide' an Ayahuasca retreat from the attention of the authorities along with false information on its legal status.

Retreat Guru were taught a lesson when they realized things CAN actually be done about death threats and witness intimidation via their websites, namely that people can be arrested, Courts can hand down injunctions and restraining orders, family members can be arrested or questioned under police caution and Ayahuasca centres can be ramsacked by the police and the brew confiscated.

Retreat Guru were caught out on the web promoting banned substance retreats after being told they were illegal in Portugal, then she posted up dates and times, causing cops to show up with a warrant, shutting down two centres, taking away Ayahuasca and then causing Retreat Guru big losses and heavy embarrassment.

The Ayahuasca Retreats listed under Portugal on the Retreat Guru website do not have any legal permission to operate, they operate illegally with the help of people at Retreat Guru and ICEERS involved in profiting in banned substance retreats.

Retreat Guru were told to expect many closures of their centres involved in Ayahuasca in Portugal and cancelled retreats, those wanting to buy up places on Ayahuasca Retreats in Portugal with Retreat Guru are walking into very nasty trouble and having their retreat centre either raided or cancelled at short notice.

Retreat Guru are friends with those who believe humiliating witnesses to Courts is a laughing matter. Many Centres stopped laughing when they had to close.

Then Retreat Guru allowed the facilitators of those involved to be nasty helping some to evade arrest. Nasty in that matter meant data violations, privacy violations, being smeared as mentally sick, poked fun at, having false reports of pedophilia made to police and being murdered before the police can intervene.

Friends of Centres previously advertised claimed to be able to arrange a murder, unsurprisingly the police shut them down. Retreat Guru thought it was funny that people can be humiliated but they stopped laughing when Retreat Guru had to cancel and reimburse bookings as a result of the troubles after the police started smashing doors in.

Retreat Guru were taught a lesson when they realized things CAN actually be done about death threats and witness intimidation, namely that people can be arrested, Courts can hand down injunctions and restraining orders, family members can be arrested or questioned under police caution and Ayahuasca centres can be ramsacked by the police and the brew confiscated.

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  • Updated by Timothy Harper · Dec 16, 2019

    Many people in the Ayahuasca scene in Portugal were the subject of 200 or more police reports detailing threats of violence, threats to smear, mockery, intimidation and blaming other people for police raids finding large amounts of banned substances including massive sacks of ready prepared weed as well as LSD tabs and other drugs at retreat centres advertising Ayahuasca Retreats in Portugal, sometimes using Retreat Guru.

    Joanne Clark of Retreat Guru was told to stop promoting banned retreats and criminal behaviour, was shown a link to a heist of 70 litres of Ayahuasca found in Portugal and told to stop.

    Instead she posted up more retreats with dates and times, telling authorities where and when to go with a warrant, and she took 'unspecified' revenge actions against people humiliated via the Retreat Guru platform. Soon after it transpired she no longer works at Retreat Guru.

    It was because her failings cost the company lost income when they had to refund for many cancelled Ayahuasca retreats after the authorities shut some down involved in growing big sacks of weed, threatening people with violence or behaving recklessly.

    Several employees of Retreat Guru provided support for a retreat centre to make threats of violence to those helping police into their inquiries into drug dealing, including LSD and big sacks of cannabis, at publically advertised Ayahuasca centres in Portugal.

    That centre named Sanctuary of Renana was closed down and customers had their Ayahuasca retreats cancelled, Retreat Guru had to issue refunds.

    Retreat Guru were warned about the illegality of the sale of Ayahuasca in Portugal, some of their listed centres were involved in laughing at police witnesses having their legs broken.

    Retreat Guru sided with the aggressors and as a result the police got involved, some of their employees gave cover for people to use the platform to try and intimidate witnesses to Court Proceedings.

    200 police reports were filed about the behaviour coming from Ayahuasca Retreats in Portugal, some listed on the website called Retreat Guru. Three centres had to close and take off the retreats.

    Those that book Ayahuasca Retreats in Portugal with Retreat Guru can expect cancelled retreats at short notice, other trouble including cops ramsacking the retreat gathering looking for LSD and weed, or fires.

    The Sanctuary of Renana and Senses Camping Ayahuasca Retreats are closed.

    Joanne Clark of Retreat Guru 'moved on' from Retreat Guru after various complaints were filed about Ayahuasca centres using Retreat Guru to intimidate witnesses to Courts, Grant implied by his statement that selling places on Ayahuasca retreats is illegal, which is exactly what his business is doing (selling places on Ayahuasca retreats).

    Joanne Clark of Retreat Guru was told Ayahuasca was illegal in Portugal earlier in 2019 after a spate of nasty threats were posted up on the website against people wrongly blamed for police raids.

    Then she kept adding up fresh retreats anyway despite being warned of fire safety issues and other problems related to irresponsible Ayahuasca work, she claimed to have acted to stop the aggressors but behind the scenes approved of the behaviour.

    She was found to have sided with the aggressors (involved in threatening witnesses to Courts with broken legs, murder and doorstep 'visits') against Retreat Guru policy of neutrality and conducted other actions not in alignment with neutrality.

    When Joanne Clark and others at Retreat Guru were confronted for their role in making trouble for those helping police into their inquiries as well as the disgusting nature of sniggering at people having their legs broken and siding with nasty drug traffickers facing jail, just hours later a facilitator of one of the Ayahuasca centres listed on the Retreat Guru website sent messages through another website claiming that Court witness could be humiliated and mocked as a peodophile for fun and nothing could be done about it.

    They taunted a witness claiming the police could do nothing about nasty peodophile slurs, in the same vein members of Ayahuasca centres using Retreat Guru claimed witnesses can be murdered before the police can intervene.

    Retreat Guru were taught a lesson when they realized things CAN actually be done about death threats and witness intimidation, namely that people can be arrested, Courts can hand down injunctions and restraining orders, family members can be arrested or questioned under police caution and Ayahuasca centres can be ramsacked by the police and the brew confiscated.

    Retreat Guru were condemned when members of their listed centres used the site to humiliate witnesses to Courts, using their full names, whilst their social media pages celebrated the relationships, proving the matters complained of.

    The structure and set-up of the site also makes it easy for people to pass themselves off as participants to make a booking.

    Retreat Guru learned that the serving of Ayahuasca without legal permission can be stopped when the names of the facilitators, locations, dates, times and pictures of banned substances are posted up on social media and ultimately people can LOSE THEIR JOBS for lending a hand to such behaviour as Joanne Clark learned.

    Her mistake was to approve pictures of people smoking big cannabis spliffs in retreat centres after several other centres were raided and big black sacks of cannabis were found.

    Once people are threatened with broken legs, violence and murder by those listed on the site, those people also have a motive, and indeed a legal obligation, as stated by ICEERS, to give information to law enforcement about Retreat Guru.

    Joanne Clark of Retreat Guru was caught out on the web promoting banned substance retreats after being told they were illegal in Portugal, then she posted up dates and times, causing cops to show up with a warrant, shutting down two centres, taking away Ayahuasca and then causing Retreat Guru big losses and heavy embarrassment.

    Now a new front for Ayahuasca is known to the authorities, then come the dawn raids and the so called 'persecution' of people breaking the laws, showing us as ANKLETS, POLICE and people going to PRISON as well as persecution for Ayahuasca.

    Joanne Clark of Retreat Guru was involved in blaming the wrong person for a police raid and LOST HER JOB, in part as she is a part of a large community of substance users that smoke weed and drink Ayahuasca, and have a reputation for breaking laws, claiming victim-hood and blaming innocent people for their problems whist trafficking in substances in defiance of the Courts.

    Then future employers will have tough questions at interview when the facts of their roles in such behaviour are smeared on the web in response to innocent people being threatened with being smeared as mentally sick or taunted as deranged paedophiles to withdraw testimony in Court cases involving drug dealing and substance trafficking across borders as well as minors and drugs.

    Company Policy states that there is no need for threats and harassment or hate speech, in this case she thought differently and took the side of those threatening people with nasty reprisals, violence and being smeared online, or mocked as mentally sick or full of excrement.

    She took the side of those posting up nasty comments on Retreat Guru messaging platforms, comments that included telling people to get changes of pants ready, or that they were full of (censor), or were mentally sick.

    Retreat Guru admitted in several leaked emails that selling Ayahuasca was illegal in Portugal and posted on their website recommendations on how to 'hide' an Ayahuasca retreat from the attention of the authorities along with false information on its legal status.

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      Dec 16, 2019

    Many Ayahuasca Retreat Centres in Portugal marketed and promoted by Retreat Guru stopped laughing when they had to close, Retreat Guru were told to expect many closures of their centres involved in Ayahuasca in Portugal and cancelled retreats, those wanting to buy up places on Ayahuasca Retreats in Portugal with Retreat Guru are walking into very nasty trouble and having their retreat centre cancelled at short notice.

    Those involved in the matter at Retreat Guru stopped laughing also once they realized the severity of the matter, no-one wants to be taunting those helping the police in their inquiries with threats of murder, peurile jokes or threats to smear.

    Joanne Clark of Retreat Guru stopped laughing when she discovered that helping people to laugh at witnesses to the Courts in the name of humiliation and plant medicine nastiness cost her job and her professional future.

    ICEERS, one of the benefactors of the proceeds from banned substance retreats marketed by Retreat Guru turned around and contradicted the legal information falsified on the Retreat Guru website, discrediting them and confirming their role in banned substance retreats.

    Joanne Clark of Retreat Guru is named and shamed for helping people to be very nasty to those wrongly blamed for being police informants and took the side that some big time drug traffickers were poor victims.

    Her bad judgement calls cost her the job at Retreat Guru as Product Manager, no-one involved in any corporate work wants to be helping substance traffickers on police bail to intimidate witnesses to Court.

    Several employees of Retreat Guru provided support for a retreat centre to make threats of violence to those helping police into their inquiries into drug dealing, including LSD and big sacks of cannabis, at publically advertised Ayahuasca centres in Portugal.

    That centre named Sanctuary of Renana was closed down and customers had their Ayahuasca retreats cancelled, Retreat Guru had to issue refunds.

    That centre named Sanctuary of Renana was closed down and customers had their Ayahuasca retreats cancelled, Retreat Guru had to issue refunds.

    The Ayahuasca retreats listed on Retreat Guru for The Sanctuary of Renana have been taken off the website.

    It was because they were involved in threats of violence, high on Ayahuasca and Cannabis, their people used their full names to incriminate themselves unwittingly.

    Many people had their Ayahuasca retreats cancelled and their money had to be paid back, people lost money on plane fares and Retreat Guru were caught with their pants down trafficking banned drugs under false pretences of legality.

    Retreat Guru were warned about the illegality of the sale of Ayahuasca in Portugal, some of their listed centres were involved in laughing at police witnesses having their legs broken.

    Retreat Guru sided with the aggressors and as a result the police got involved, some of their employees gave cover for people to use the platform to try and intimidate witnesses to Court Proceedings.

    200 police reports were filed about the behaviour coming from Ayahuasca Retreats in Portugal, some listed on the website called Retreat Guru. Three centres had to close and take off the retreats.

    Then it was claimed a witness to Court would have his computer hacked, have his legs broken, caused a hospital visit or get beaten up amongst aother nasties necessitating 200 police reports.

    Grant Cherwenuk's role at Retreat Guru was to ignore the fact the aggressor was hiding from police for trafficking and instead allowed the person to post more nasties, friends of Retreat Guru with their help taunted a witness claiming the police could do nothing about nasty peodophile slurs, in the same vein members of Ayahuasca centres using Retreat Guru claimed witnesses can be murdered before the police can intervene.

    Those that book Ayahuasca Retreats in Portugal with Retreat Guru can expect cancelled retreats at short notice, other trouble including cops ramsacking the retreat gathering looking for LSD and weed.

    Retreat Guru blamed someone for a police raid but it was their fault.

    There is proof in writing they were warned of trouble, then they posted up dates and times of more Ayahuasca retreats telling the authorities where and when to go with a warrant.

    They also approved pictures of people smoking weed on several Retreat Guru Ayahuasca pages, basically saying to the police come here, we are trafficking in Ayahuasca and smoking weed, you might find big bags of cannabis here as well.

    Three centres listed on Retreat Guru for Ayahuasca in Portugal are PERMANENTLY CLOSED

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  • W
      Dec 16, 2019

    Deryk Wenaus of Retreat Guru was named in various documents and dossiers explaining his role in flouting Dutch law and setting up drug retreats in Holland in defiance of the Courts.

    Company Policy states that there is no need for threats and harassment or hate speech, in this case they thought differently and took the side of those threatening people with nasty reprisals, violence and being smeared online, or mocked as mentally sick or full of excrement.

    They took the side of those posting up nasty comments on Retreat Guru messaging platforms, comments that included telling people to get changes of pants ready.

    Deryk Wenaus, the CEO, and his brother Cameron Wenaus, are named in police reports and dossiers presented to the Dutch Ministries in relation to the distribution of banned DMT concoctions.

    As a result of blaming others for police raids, police found many banned substances in the houses of their listed centres. It would be fair comment to say that if you are involved in banned drugs and posting up locations, do not publish on your website nasty threats against those called to testify in Court about the same matters.

    Several threats to murder and many instances of nasty witness harassment was also well documented, embarassing the Wenaus brothers and bringing the authorities attention to their criminal activities.

    The Wenaus brothers and their friends first encouraged the behaviour (witness tampering and posting death threats) and supported it, then claimed it never happened, then lied, then admitted it did happen, in the end pleading for forgiveness whilst claiming witnesses to Courts would be murdered, put in hospital or smeared as mentally sick.

    Data Protection Canada got involved after Retreat Guru admitted the planting of tracking viruses and the gathering of data files without authorization.

    After one of his employees left Retreat Guru for participation in serious witness intimidation, Deryk Wenaus COO had to plead for forgiveness after him and his people were caught with their pants down humiliating witnesses with malicious threats on their software platform.

    https://www.complaintsboard.com/joanne-clark-retreat-guru-ayahuasca-portugal-banned-substance-retreats-involvement-in-mocking-court-witnesses-as-mentally-sick-homosexual-peodophiles-c1161311

    Retreat Guru assisted offenders jumping bail on serious trafficking charges to post death threats, threats to murder before the police can help and pedophile slurs.

    The aggressor was hiding from police for trafficking, was an Ayahuasca facilitator of a Retreat Guru business partner, and they allowed the person to post more nasties, friends of Retreat Guru with their help taunted a witness claiming the police could do nothing about nasty peodophile slurs, in the same vein members of Ayahuasca centres using Retreat Guru claimed witnesses can be murdered before the police can intervene.

    https://www.complaintsboard.com/grant-cherwenuk-retreat-guru-portugal-ayahuasca-and-cannabis-retreats-supporting-malicious-harassment-and-intimidation-against-court-witnesses-selling-places-on-banned-substance-retreats-c1163440

    Company Policy states that there is no need for threats and harassment or hate speech, in this case she thought differently and took the side of those threatening people with nasty reprisals, violence and being smeared online, or mocked as mentally sick or full of excrement was clever.

    Deryk Wenaus COO arranged for people to post nasty defamation to discourage witnesses assisting police into their inquiries, Retreat Guru were named in applications for Court Injunctions to prohibit threats of witnesses on their website.

    https://www.complaintsboard.com/michelle-heinz-retreat-guru-coo-deryk-wenaus-retreat-guru-canada-named-in-police-reports-posting-witness-intimidation-data-violations-murder-threats-trafficking-in-substances-assisting-fugitives-to-post-threats-c1196566

    They were directly involved in supporting malicious harassment whilst their centres posted messages sniggering at people having their legs broken.

    Retreat Guru admitted in several leaked emails that selling Ayahuasca was illegal in Portugal and posted on their website recommendations on how to 'hide' an Ayahuasca retreat from the attention of the authorities along with false information on its legal status.

    Retreat Guru are friends with those who believe humiliating witnesses to Courts is a laughing matter. Many Centres stopped laughing when they had to close.

    https://www.complaintsboard.com/sanctuary-of-renana-retreat-guru-ayahuasca-retreats-portugal-threats-to-murder-shamans-nasty-attitudes-cancelled-ayahuasca-retreats-police-raids-fires-c1162383

    Then Retreat Guru allowed the facilitators of those involved to be nasty helping some to evade arrest. Nasty in that matter meant data violations, privacy violations, being smeared as mentally sick, poked fun at, having false reports of pedophilia made to police and being murdered before the police can intervene.

    One individual, a documented member of the Santo Daime Church with full membership papers, faces 12-15 years behind bars for aggravated drug trafficking amongst various other criminal charges including absconding from bail, threatening witnesses with being smeared as mentally sick peodophiles, making death threats, posting death threats and malicious defamation.

    The behaviour was supported by Joanne Clark, Michelle Heinz and Deryk Wenaus of Retreat Guru.

    Deryk Wenaus had to apologize and ask for forgiveness, pleading insolvency in the face of legal claims against the company for witness intimidation and data violations.

    Do NOT pay for an Ayahuasca Retreat on Retreat Guru in any centre in Portugal as it will be cancelled at short notice.

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  • M
      Dec 17, 2019

    The Ayahuasca Community in Portugal, Sinchi Runa and the Directors of Retreat Guru were warned of more catastrophic fires gutting Ayahuasca retreat centres in Portugal and killing people as a result of a very nasty karmic curse caused by black magic and threatening to break the legs of Shamans whilst drinking Ayahuasca and smoking weed.

    It started when ICEERS, the plant medicine community and many individuals blamed the wrong person for a police raid that found big sacks of weed and LSD, many drank Ayahuasca and claimed a Shaman that foresaw all the fires would be murdered or have his legs broken.

    Retreat Guru found it funny and used smartphones to poke fun, the evidence was forwarded to the police and the centre had to take down all their retreats, elsewhere cops started smashing doors in, handcuffing people, finding weed and dragging people before Court on charges of substance trafficking and threats to murder.

    The expert opinion of the one threatened with violence by those dabbling in Ayahuasca dark sorcery was that the plant medicine people in Portugal invoked an astral curse or an intervention from God that closed down their Ayahuasca ceremonies.

    Many centres were destroyed and all hell appeared to break loose, it was bad, , fire after fire came and burned down centres in the Portugal Ayahuasca scene as he foresaw. They said he was making prophecies to make fear, but 18 centres were burned down in inexplicable, unusual and freak fire events that bore the hallmark of Acts of God.

    Each time the Ayahuasca people said nasty things about the shaman or consecrated the intentions to do violence to the Shamans, days later he would wake up and see visions of fire burning down retreat centres.

    Then they burned down, eighteen of them.

    The Shamans saw countless times fire after fire burn down centres in Portugal involved in Ayahuasca.

    They thought they knew better and tried casting spells to make bad things happen to the Shamans but the intentions backfired on at least 9 occasions, each time a fire burned down one of their friends retreat centres weeks or months later.

    It comes under the auspices of dark sorcery and bad tea works with Ayahuasca. Eighteen centres involved in Ayahuasca were damaged or destroyed in prophecized firestorms, laying waste to an intended power base of Ayahuasca in Portugal.

    The fire curse appears an unstoppable Act of God, it might be it is the curse of the Gods for the plant medicine people poking fun at shamans with special powers, or just extremely unlucky concidence.

    The Shamans had visions of fires destroying retreat centres and their houses of the people in the Santo Daime, the group claimed he was making up prophecies to make fear, and was sick, evil, twisted, deranged, a (censor), a (censor), a (censor) and a (censor).

    The fire curse appears an unstoppable Act of God, it might be it is the curse of the Gods for the plant medicine people poking fun at shamans with special powers, or just extremely unlucky concidence.

    That was in the same year the plant medicine people made fun of the Shamans, blaming them for police raids and other problems, and threatened to murder witnesses to Court.

    In what seems like a X Files case, the fires only went to the places involved in being nasty to the Shaman. They all decided to poke fun and laughing at him, making peurile jokes and claiming he was making prophecies of fire to make fear, but then the fires came and destroyed their homes and retreat centres.

    They did some nasty tea works with Ayahuasca and black magic invoking deadly fires in which 114 people lost their lives and 18 centres were burned, some were totally destroyed beyond recognition.

    No-one in Portugal should go to any retreat centre for Ayahuasca or other substance retreats because the one threatened with murder saw in total 29 places destroyed by fire.

    The prophecies came true, the pictures show the effect of messing with medicines, laughing at the Shamans, making death threats and saying he is making fear about prophecies of fire.

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  • G
      Dec 17, 2019

    Retreat Guru and its Directors were warned of catastrophic firestorms destroying centres and killing people after a Prophet foresaw fire after fire gutting the entire roots of Ayahuasca in Portugal as a retribution from the Gods for threatening Prophets with murder and violence.

    They were warned of terrible suffering striking centre after centre down in the Ayahuasca scene in Portugal, some of their centres shrugged it off as a laughing matter, when some mocked the Prophets as mentally sick on Retreat Guru, cops then started smashing doors in, confiscating substances, handcuffing people and cursing centres with massive losses.

    People were told that its also a salutary warning to anyone else involved in Ayahuasca that wants to walk the path of threatening the Prophets with murder or labelling them mentally sick whilst chugging Ayahuasca and smoking weed.

    They were all warned earlier in 2019 after the Prophet saw three more firestorms destroy at least 12 more centres involved in Ayahuasca in the 2019 and 2020 fire seasons. In several visions he saw a firestorm strike during Ayahuasca ceremony, killing people and leaving others with terrible burns.

    On at least ten occasions he predicted the destruction of an Ayahuasca centre by fire, then the fire came.

    They were told by the Prophet threatened with being slandered as a sick peodophile, or with violence and murder :

    I do not need to drink Ayahuasca, but those who think they are clever with the tea and have bad ideas toward me, my astral power, followed by endless bad luck, curses and very intense karmic suffering will finish them off.

    The karmic wheel is deep for those that abuse the sacrament, usually a fate worse than death. In other words bad intentions to me spit out the worst kind of suffering possible, without cure and without any alleviation.

    Those that want death for me in Ayahuasca Ceremonies, will know death for themselves and their families, they get what they ask for, once the foundations of their lives are totally destroyed.

    As you can see, my energy can produce some very severe lessons, lessons that people would be well advised not to elicit, unless of course, they want the experience of terrible suffering for the remainder of their natural lives.

    No one wants to think about maligning my work or thinking nasty thoughts of me (and I see who they are), unless of course they want to experience purification through losing everything, fire, sickness and death, the karma of wanting me dead is extremely bad, bad beyond comprehension, especially when ayahuasca is involved, and the black stones blasted out into the families of those involved, cursing them with total ruin.

    People tend to leave me alone ( a wise move) once they know people that are nasty to me have their places burned down in foreseen fires, have cops bash their doors in to take their drugs away, lose online smearing wars, get slapped with injunctions, or anklets, or in some cases end up dead, in the ways foreseen also, or invoke other terrible suffering, sometimes in combination (many bad things together).

    Now three people are dead, a family has been destroyed beyond repair, someone in the Santo Daime is in a wheelchair as I foresaw, 17 centres are burned to the ground, cops are all over Portugal taking Ayahuasca away, and the Courts in many countries used this matter to criminalize Ayahuasca once and for all.

    Those who serve Ayahuasca here play Russian Roulette with the energies of fire and death, those that chug Ayahuasca in wooden cabins and smoking weed whilst sticking their fingers up at the Gods will have it bad.

    Fire is coming to all those places, in many visions, burning yurts, temples, houses, everywhere fire.

    In other words there is a massive slag heap of astral black stones that was shoved into a collective that only had contempt for me and my work, now they will all know very bad suffering of the worst kinds, no amount of forgiveness will make any difference and more nasty fires are on the way.

    Those that chugged Ayahuasca and wished death for me, are fools, now they will learn about death, sickness, ruin, losing everything, explaining why in many visions I saw only skull and crossbones laid out all across the land of Portugal and fire everywhere, the curse of more fire and death (as well as a curse of law enforcement) is coming everywhere to Ayahuasca in Portugal to put a stop to nasty tea work, the karma of blaming me for police raids is anklets and arrests, people taken away by police and persecuted for Ayahuasca.

    They thought the one that told them that God would intervene to stop nasty Ayahuasca ceremonies was mentally sick and would be murdered but a curse of the Gods was invoked and 18 centres were savagely burned in fires.

    The Ayahuasca Community in Portugal and the Directors of Retreat Guru were warned of more catastrophic fires gutting Ayahuasca retreat centres in Portugal and killing people as a result of a very nasty karmic curse caused by threatening Shamans with murder, an act that Retreat Guru were involved in, sparking off a wave of arrests.

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  • S
      Dec 17, 2019

    Anyone booked on any of these 4 Ayahuasca retreats can contact Retreat Guru support staff or the site administrators of Sinchi Runa and ask for their money back.

    5 Day Ayahuasca Retreat in Portugal Jan 22 - 26, 2020 (5 days)

    7 Day Ayahuasca Retreat in Portugal Feb 12 - 18, 2020 (7 days)

    7 Day Ayahuasca Retreat in Portugal Mar 25 - 31, 2020 (7 days)

    7 Day Ayahuasca Retreat in Portugal Apr 9 - 15, 2020 (7 days)

    In the event of problems, people can also contact their credit card provider and file a charge back.

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  • S
      Dec 17, 2019

    Retreat Guru offer a straightforward 100% deposit refund for cancellation 30+ days before an event.

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