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Jesus Christ Mary Magdalene Couple

Jesus Christ Mary Magdalene Couple - A couple claims to be Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene reincarnated. The couple have set up a base in Queensland near Brisbane in Britain. They claim they have 30 to 40 followers.

Christian Church leaders and especially Catholic church leaders in the United Kingdom are worried about the cult that these two have started. They ask that members be cautious when joining new movements. They definitely ask with good reason. Jesus and Mary, real names Alan John Miller and Mary Suzanne Luck, have been asking for donations to "sustain them."

Police have said they have been called to investigate screams. They have learned that followers take part in a healing exercise that makes them shout to relieve "past soul damage."

Even more scary is that some followers have sold their homes to be clsoer to the "Divine Truth" group.

The Daily Telegraph reported, "Miller bought a 40-acre (16ha) property in 2007 and his Divine Truth followers have since been buying nearby blocks to be close to the charismatic leader, 47, and Luck, 32. Anglican Archbishop Phillip Aspinall and the Catholic church urged people to be cautious when exploring new movements."

Miller was previously married and has two children from that marriage. He said that the marriage ended when he realized who he was in his past life.

Jesus Christ Mary Magdalene Couple

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