Dangerous Danish cult recruits 'world famous' singer Lou Bega

Dangerous Danish cult recruits 'world famous' singer Lou Bega February 11, 2018

The photo above shows Lou Bega, right, praying with Torben Sondergaard, leader of ‘a really dangerous’ cult called The Last Reformation, based in Denmark.
The picture was taken from a recent The Last Reformation promotional video on YouTube in which Bega speaks of finding Jesus and dragging his family into the cult, which says:

Lou Bega, a world-wide famous singer, best known for the song ‘Mambo No. 5’, appears in our next movie! After he had repented from his sins he saw that he needed to be baptized in Jesus Christ and he contacted us.

Sondergaard is a charlatan and a shameless conman. Another of his videos shows the word “real” appearing in the sky and says:

A woman prayed for a sign in the heavens and God answered her prayer. Yes, it was a plane (we think – we didn’t actually see it), but for us and everyone there, it didn’t make it any less of a miracle, because it happened right there in that moment …


Yes “real” really did appear in the sky, but not in the way presented in the video. In 2014, an Australian marketing company The Works ran a campaign for Sunbeam, a company selling electric home appliances. It targeted men with the slogan “Real men don’t watch football, real men cook”.  A plane was hired write “Real men cook” across the sky but the words “men cook” were removed to hoodwink cult followers.
Sondergaard, who was in Australia at the time, apparently filmed the skywriting and doctored it to deceive gullible viewers of his video, which has been seen more than a million times on YouTube and broadcasted on the world wide Christian TV channel God TV with 250 millions viewers.
Some may say that this was just a harmless trick, but The Last Reformation itself is far from harmless.
In May 2016 we reported that Sondergaard had come to Spain where held healing sessions that targeted autistic children. This prompted Ireland’s Fiona O’Leary, of the group Autistic Rights Together (ART) who herself has two autistic children, to issue a warning about the cult. She said it is:

Really dangerous. They are terrifying vulnerable people and autistic children by telling them they are possessed with demons. They believe they can free the demons from your body by administering baptism. They refer to it as being ‘delivered’ or ‘set free’.
They seem to target vulnerable people; many people with serious conditions are being targeted by The Last Reformation.
Autism is a neurodevelopmental condition that cannot be cured but sometimes parents are not receiving the proper support they need and they can be taken in by groups like The Last Reformation.”
They also claim they can ‘cure’ gay people, it is truly horrendous what this group are doing.


You won’t be surprised to learn that The Last Reformation is a money-making scam. It is currently running a three-week  “Pioneer Training Schoolat the Jesus Hotel in Aalborg, above. To enroll you’ll need to cough up a minimum of £700.00 (£1,400.00 for married couples and £350.00 each for children).
So what do you get for your dosh?

A course of teaching, discipleship, working on spreading the Gospel, walking to the streets healing the sick, casting out demons, baptizing in water and Holy Spirit, travel and much more.
You will be taught the word of God and we provide instruction and practical training in healing the sick, preaching the gospel, leading people to salvation and so on. We will also have guest speakers and teachers from around the world, who already are seeing the fruits of a lifestyle of discipleship.

The person who emailed me about Bega’s involvement with The Last Reformation said:

So, in short, Lou Bega has joined a cult that claims autistic children have demons and the followers (unknowingly) believe an advertisement for electric home appliance was a sign that God blessed them.


Browse Our Archives