Australian national claims himself to be reincarnated Jesus Christ

New Delhi/May 30
A former software professional from Queensland in Australia, Alan John Miller claims himself to be reincarnated Jesus Christ and he is gathering huge fan following across southern part the country.
Divine Truth, a religious movement run by Miller, is fast turning into a cult that is causing concern among cult experts of the country as some of his followers, one from Britain, has bought properties to live near the living god.
Miller claims that his partner Mary Luck is Saint Mary Magdalene and he has clear memories of crucifixion.
The self proclaimed Jesus says that the memories were not harrowing for him but they were for others like Mary.
“When you are one with God you are not in a state of fear, and you have quite good control over your body’s sensations and the level of pain that you absorb from your body,” Miller told a news channel, adding that he had performed some miracles and even had resurrected many people.
A resident of Wikesdale in Queensland, Miller had website through which he conducts seminars about developing personal relationship with god and even preach his philosophy at public gathering too.
Miller has even produced several DVDs and leaflets to spread his message globally with the aid of the donation money he receives from Divine Truth.
Many of his followers admire him so much that they have bought properties to settle close to their living god.
One of his follower, Lousie Luli Faver had even left her house in Britain and has settled near Miller’s house. Faver says that it feels nice to stay around people who understand what you are going through and the difficulties of trying to deal with all the emotional stuff instead of being surrounded by people who think you are nuts. Similarly, George Hamel, a businessman by profession gave up his family and business to live near his reincarnated Jesus Christ.
Meanwhile, cult experts aren’t happy with the growing popularity and influence of this religious cult and one such critic Reverend David Milkan says that the cult poses hazardous influences as it will ultimately lead to loss of personal life.