The Cult Of Alan John Miller (The Second coming) And Demanding Extraordinary Evidence.
AJ Miller Is a person who had faith in being on track with the Jehovah Witnesses, over time, according to what is known about him, he left and later had a revelation, was this a guy who woke up from religion and saw how money was to be made? Was this pseudo-Christ a believer in his crusade for a new true Christianity or just another cheap fraud?
As I see it he is just a conman who uses his gained wealth and fame to build a new religion in which he is god on earth, his followers are thought reformed(brainwashed) and he uses donations to buy an ever growing community area in Australia.
Is he building up towards isolationism? Or even worse an Australian version of Johnstown?
Is he a dangerous nutjob or a man who is even more dangerous because he has full faith in his Heavenly message?
What we can is his bank account grows large, his power grows, his own little empire that is increasingly global, and although figures suggest a small following it is a multinational organisation that has grown around his cult religion.
a great news story on AJ Miller:
this Documentary on the cult leader AJ Miller gives you a deep and true insight into what many small and new sects are like, run by a self ordained prince of peace with a need for a following, and families are separated, friends removed, and the hub of the faith sits like the spider at the centre of the web.
A quote to consider when we think of many cult religions:
"You don't get rich writing science fiction. If you want to get rich, you start a religion." - L Ron Hubbard.
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