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What a Cult!

This is Australian former IT specialist Alan Miller and his partner Mary Luck.


Or, if you believe their own version of the truth, they are in fact Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene.

FireShot Screen Capture #070 - 'Man claims to Be Jesus Christ The Messiah living in Australia - YouTube' - www_youtube_com_watch_v=TVw0eFmnQtM

They lead a cult known as Divine Truth. It appears though that the search for that can be elusive at times:

FireShot Screen Capture #069 - 'Problem loading page' - www_divinetruth_com

Mr Miller, a former Jehova’s witness preacher, was apparently banned from the church after an incident involving a prostitute. He has convinced followers that the original disciples have reconvened after 2,000 years in Queensland.

He ‘remembers’ performing miracles and being crucified.

His followers have left their families to join the cult.

He has a ‘compound’

What could possibly be sinister or could go wrong here?

I’m sure Miller reminds me of someone….


Alan Miller


David Koresh





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