Australian Couple Claim They Are Jesus And Mary Madgalene

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Alan John Miller and Mary Suzanne Luck believe they are Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene.

For believers around the world who believe an apocalypse is upon us, the wait may be over as an Australian couple has claimed to be Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene, according to AOL Weird News.

"Just a little over 2000 years ago, we arrived on the Earth for the first time," Alan John Miller,47, says on his website. "Because of my personal desire and passion for God, as I grew, I recognized not only that I was the Messiah that was foretold by ancient prophets, but also that I was in a process designed by God that all humans could follow, if they so desired."

Miller and his girlfriend Mary Suzanne Luck, 32, are actively spreading the "Divine Truth," and their teachings have recruited between 30 and 40 disciples.

Austrailia's Cult Awareness and Information Centre, however, are not as quick to believe what Miller and Luck are saying. Currently, they're keeping a close eye on the couple and are concerned for the more vulnerable believers that may willingly submit to Miller and Luck.

The upside? Property owners in Wilkesdale (where Miller and Luck currently reside) are experiencing a property boom as Miller and Luck's followers are relocating to be closer to these alleged biblical figures.

But, at the end of the day, all Miller and Luck are trying to do is inspire love.

Miller writes on his website, "Once some people become at-one with God again, many others on earth who currently are not attracted to the Divine Truth will become so, and, as their own hearts are motivated, they also will wish to embrace the Divine Truth into their own daily lives."

Watch and learn more about the "Divine Truth" here and please leave your comments below!

Photo credit: DivineTruth.com

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