There is a big discussion about a person who claims to teach yoga. The name of this fugitive is Gregorian Bivolaru, who was arrested by the French police today (Wednesday). Bivolaru has been caught along with 40 of his followers. It is being said that 175 officers raided different branches of this yoga teacher this morning. Those who believe in Bivolaru give the name of Atman to these branches.
But when the police reached there, they found about 26 women in objectionable circumstances. France started investigating cases related to Gregorian Bivolaru in the month of July. Bivolaru’s organization faces allegations ranging from rape, human trafficking to kidnapping. Also, the French government is also investigating such allegations which include forcing its followers to have sex, forcibly keeping women without their will.
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The story of Gregorian Bivolaru
The allegations against Bivolaru are not new. He was convicted in Romania in 2013 of having sex with a minor, but by then he had fled Romania. After about three years, Bivolaru was extradited with the help of France. He went to Romania but again escaped in 2017 by dodging the Romanian government. Bivolaru was then granted bail with some conditions but he fled the country. The Finnish government has also declared Bivolaru wanted in the human trafficking case.
‘Used to force me to have sex’
Bivolaru founded MISA, or the Movement for Spiritual Integration into the Absolute, in Romania in the 1990s. Later, as we mentioned above, it came to be known as Ataman. Bivolaru came out of Romania and started promoting his so-called yoga, the essence of which was to force only women to have sex. People who are no longer part of his organization say that he used to force people to have sex with each other.
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