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This Guy Thinks He is Jesus Christ and Hundreds are Following Him

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Christ is one of the most powerful symbols and has been for over 2,000 years. Christian’s cling to his every that the bible has to offer to hope to truly understand how they can be better and be accepted into those heavenly, pearly white gates that await many of us in the inevitable afterlife.

It’s no surprise a lot of Christ’s followers believe in reincarnations and do in fact believe the Lord's light shall return once again and save us all from the impending doom.

VICE did an expose on the organization several years back, but recently the viral story was revived by tabloid mainstream media, pointing out that the man is a former traffic policeman. The VICE documentary is currently at over 9 million view.

According to a recent article from Mirror titled “Is this the reincarnation of Jesus? Meet the former traffic policeman turned cult leader being worshipped by Russians”:

Thousands of Russians think it’s true and worship 56-year-old Sergey Anatolyevitch Toro, who calls himself Vissarion and lives with his two wives.

He teaches reincarnation, vegetarianism, and apocalypse.

His worshippers include the residents of a network of villages in Kuraginsk, in southern Siberia. His followers observe strict rules and are vegetarians. They are allowed no vices such as smoking or drinking alcohol and money is banned.

It would make sense that the western mainstream media would revive this old story to make Russian culture generally look bad.
Certain moral values of the Russian people are certainly admirable, and particularly strong. A culture that appreciates family is definitely present there and is something to be appreciated.

Cults can form in any country or culture. In the West, people in great positions of power behave like cult members behind closed doors.

Source: anongroup.org |  disclose.tv

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