Jesus Christ has returned to Earth, and he's living in... Australia? Alan John Miller is predicting an impending apocalypse in 2012 unless the faithful flock to his compound in Queensland. As usual, there are plenty of believers.
Miller, also known as "A.J.," bears a slight resemblance to the stylized image of Christ preferred by believers in the Western world. But, unfortunately, he's also a dead-ringer for cult-leader David KoreshÂ—with largely the same message.
Mixing a blend of reincarnation and self-actualization, Miller preaches that an apocalypse is coming inÂ—that's rightÂ—2012. But he says he and his believers will withstand the chaos if they hunker down at his Australian compound as he does battle with the Anti-Christ.
His website, DivineTruth.com, asks for donations to help spread the message, which so far doesn't hint at collecting and storing guns and ammo. That probably means he won't be asking for trouble from Australia's equivalent of the ATF.
And, according to the video report below, he's already converted hundreds of followers who are helping him spread the good word.
How do people fall for this, time after time? If Jesus returned to Earth, would he need money? Wasn't Jesus against false prophets and money-hungry zealots? And why is 2012 supposed to be Doomsday? Hopefully this story doesn't have a tragic ending.
What do you think? Could A.J. Miller actually be Jesus Christ reborn?
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