As Madonna’s professional career continues to decline she sets her sites on new religious heights, within a group critics call a “cult.”

The fading pop icon plunked down almost $6 million dollars to buy a building in London for her spiritual guru Philip Berg, which will add to his growing chain of “Kaballah Centers,” reports The Guardian.

Madonna whose net worth is estimated at about $400 million can easily afford such largesse.

But what about helping out Berg’s virtual “slave labor” known as his “Chevra”?

These “Kaballah Center” workers make chump change serving their master and waiting upon celebrity members like the “Material girl,” when they drop in for a dose of religiosity.

In New York City Chevra pay may run about $30.00 per week and they don’t have health insurance.

Never mind. Madonna doesn’t seem to care.

However, she recently lamented that children’s books are “vapid and vacant and empty.”

But isn’t her new found religious fervor suffering from the same problem? Or is insensitivity to the plight of others a hallmark of religious learning?

The Berg centers market everything from beauty aids to supposedly energized “Kaballah water,” which the aging pop diva insists upon drinking.

Maybe it makes sense that Madonna would appreciate a religion known for its marketing. And would gravitate towards a form of “spirituality” that could cater to her ego and offer both her face and spirit a lift.

No doubt the Berg family is happy that the singer is humming their tune and will probably put a plaque somewhere on the new building to honor their benefactor.


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