A couple who claim they are reincarnations of Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene have recently set up camp in Queensland’s Bible Belt, joined by 30 – 40 followers.
Australian cult watchers are concerned about a new organization known as Divine Truth, led by Alan John Miller and Mary Suzanne Luck, who claim they are Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene. According to The Courier Mail, the two rely on donations made by their followers in order to sustain themselves, and authorities fear they could be taking advantage of the vulnerable.
Mr. Miller, 47, was born in Luxton, South Australia, and is the father of two children from a past marriage, which ended when he began remembering details from his past life. He seems to believe this is his 22nd life and that he has the amount of divine love in his heart accumulated in 22 life cycles. Now he and his soul mate, 32-year-old Mary Magdalene, real name Mary Suzanne Luck, are reunited and have created their very own little cult, in Wilkesdale. Miller first bought 16 hectares of land in the area, and his followers soon followed his example just to be close to their charismatic spiritual leader.
In 2009, Divine Truth members joined forces and bought a $400,000, 250 ha property where they could hold meetings and build a center for international visitors. Concerned friends and families contacted the Cult Awareness and Information Center to warn followers are selling their houses to move to Wilkesdale. Land clearing has created a cross-like shape which locals say wasn’t done intentionally, and that’s bound to convince plenty of believers this is a divine sign. Meanwhile, police say they’ve been called to investigate screams on the property, only to find Divine Truth members practicing an exercise that apparently helps them deal with “past soul damage”
Alan John Miller admits ”There’s probably a million people who say they’re Jesus and most of them are in asylums. But one of us has to be. How do I know I am? Because I remember everything about my life.” He means all 2,000 years of it…
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