AJ Miller

AJ Miller aka Alan John Miller

Alan John Miller Alan John Miller (also known as AJ Miller or just plain AJ) is a controversial spiritual teacher based in Wilkesdale, near Kingaroy in Queensland, Australia. Kingaroy is approximately 2 hours from Brisbane and is sometimes referred to as the Bible Belt. AJ Miller holds "Divine Truth" seminars where he teaches what he calls the "Divine Love Path" which focuses on "Emotional Clearing."

He states that this path is emotion rather than mind based and will form a direct loving relationship with God. His teachings follow the law of attraction and much of his writings have been taken from Padgett and other places. He claims to be the reincarnation of Jesus Christ and that he recalls his life in the first century.

Before Miller realised he was Jesus, he was a property developer who was married with two children. He was also a senior member of a Jehovah's Witness sect but was pushed out when he left his wife for a woman named Karen who was about 10 years his junior.

Miller has admitted his mother had him examined by a psychologist but he says that he was found to be sane. It is reported that his mother was so disturbed by his claims to be Jesus that she contacted authorities and requested he be committed to a mental health facility.

Miller owns and operates the company Divine Truth as well as another organisation by the name of "God's Way Of Love." Although "God's Way Of Love" is not officially a not-for-profit organisation, according to their own website there are a number of followers who want to donate land.

He has produced many videos in which he teaches the "Divine truth." Additionally, he has written many letters detailing his thoughts and beliefs, some of which he signed as Jesus. Most of these are freely available online from the websites listed at the bottom of this page.

Due to the cult like activity and claims of being Jesus, Miller and his followers are commonly referred to as The Jesus Cult.

Mary Suzanne Luck

Matrimony Mary Suzanne Luck is the current partner of Alan John Miller. When Mary Luck met AJ Miller back in 2007, she said that it was both the scariest and the most exciting time in her life. Eventually, AJ Miller revealed to her that she was not Mary Luck but infact Mary Magdalene.

Mary Luck now joins AJ Miller in promoting Divine Truth and provides her own talks and presentations. Like Miller, she has written several letters and documents and signs them as Mary Magdalene. In them she refers to Miller as Yeshua (Jesus).

Worth noting is that Mary Luck is not the first person who AJ Miller has named Mary Magdalene.


In the 1980s AJ Miller married a 19 year old who was at the time, a fellow Jehovah's Witness. After their matrimonials were complete they celebrated the birth of two sons. Matrimony however, was not enough to stop AJ Miller from straying.

It is claimed that AJ Miller forgot his matrimonial vows by having an affair after becoming a Elder Jehovah's Witness. He was later "disfellowshipped".

More Matrimonial Woes

Following AJ Miller and his Divine Truth is a long line of divorcees who blame the failure of their matrimony on the advice that Miller provides to his followers.

Accused of destroying marriages, AJ Miller released the following statement:

"I do not teach people to leave their marriages, but I do help people to examine within themselves what is going on emotionally for themselves, and within their marriage." - 17 May 2013

Doomsday Prediction

AJ Miller claims that movement of tectonic plates will cause catastrophic "Earth changes" and will result in a dramatic rise of the oceans. Both the East and West coasts of Australia will be under water about 100 metres deep.

He states that major cities such as Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and the Gold Coast will no longer exist.

The Wilkesdale/Kingaroy area where his compound is located, will undergo a majestic change from rural to sub-tropical.

Miller claims the "Earth changes" may start as early as 2012.

Real Estate agencies have reported a boom in property sales due to Miller's followers selling their homes and relocating to the Wilkesdale/Kingaroy area. Miller, when asked why his followers were moving to Kingaroy, had no idea.

The Jesus Cult - Life There In

The Jesus Cult Followers are more or less subjected to mind control. The wiki definition of mind control has five points and as you will see, Miller has them all covered:

1. People are put in physical or emotionally distressing situations;

Millers followers are taught to focus on their most disturbing and upsetting emotions. They will often talk about being afraid or in fear. During meetings, followers are often seen crying or in a state of emotional breakdown. It has been revealed that police have attended Miller's Kingaroy compound after screaming and noises of distress coming from inside the compound were reported to them.

If a follower attempts to question or challenge Miller, he makes them feel inferior or in denial. With constant emotional punishment most followers eventually believe everything he says without question. Followers will then often apply that same attitude to outsiders if they are questioned about their beliefs.

2. Their problems are reduced to one simple explanation, which is repeatedly emphasized;

Millers followers are taught the law of attraction and blame most of their problems on their parents.

3. They receive unconditional love, acceptance, and attention from a charismatic leader or group;

Followers very often talk about how they were unaccepted or outcasts in society. Those that weren't outcasts or unpopular talk about how they can now stop acting the way society wants them to act. They say they love that they now can be who they really are.

Miller and Luck provide love and acceptance to those who were unaccepted or unpopular. Ask a follower how they feel about Miller or Luck and they will most definitely tell you that they love them. Followers tend to have very low self esteem and love, with the strongest meaning of the word, Miller, but they do not love themselves.

There is no doubting Miller is charismatic. He is a very good salesman.

4. They get a new identity based on the group;

Miller refers to people as spirits and has created a level system. Each level is called a sphere. By following his teachings you can reach higher levels or spheres. For some, their sphere level becomes part of their identity.

Followers often treat those outside the cult with contempt and as inferior if you refuse to 'process' your emotions.

5. They are subject to entrapment (isolation from friends, relatives and the mainstream culture) and their access to information is severely controlled.

Followers are encouraged to leave their jobs, sell everything and if necessary, leave their family and move to Wilkesdale. It is unknown just how many people have moved to Wilkesdale but the current estimate is 60 or more. A few years ago, a $400,000 property was purchased for use by the cult. This property was paid for by the cult followers.

The cult is responsible for the break down of many families and marriages. In addition to encouraging members to move to Wilkesdale due to the impending destruction of Australia's capital cities, Miller's discussions on 'soul mates' has followers questioning their relationships with their spouses, family and friends.

Some followers have left their spouses after Miller helped them discover that the person they married is not their soul partner.

AJ Miller Quotes

Below are some quotes and statements made publicly by AJ Miller. These are not made up, they are his actual words.

"Because of my personal desire and passion for God, as I grew, I recognised 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."

"There's probably a million people who say they're Jesus and most of them are in asylums. But one of us has to be. How do I know I am? Because I remember everything about my life."

"My name is Jesus and I'm serious."

"I don't want to be Jesus. Who wants to be Jesus? But I love the divine truth."

"Just a little over 2000 years ago, we arrived on the Earth for the first time."

"The truth is I did perform many miracles I healed sight of people who are blind and the so called resurrections from the dead."

"Plato and Aristotle I met together actually."

"There's the movie 2012 right? Everyone I suggest you see it, everyone. A lot of the events portrayed in the movie are kind of similar to the events that will be occurring."

"It will not be a tsunami, but water flowing over the land about 100 metres deep. There will be lots of earthquakes. There will be no Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Sunshine/Gold Coast ... Inland is where it will be happening"

Websites of The Jesus Cult

Jesus Cult Websites

These websites are related to either AJ Miller, Mary Luck or their followers.

http://www.divinetruth.com - AJ Millers own website, videos are letters available for download here.
http://www.divinetruthseminars.com - AJ Millers website for booking seminars
http://magdalena-mary.blogspot.com - Mary Luck's blog

Abandoned Websites

http://divinelovepath.grouply.com - This was a discussion forum for cult followers but all posts were deleted and the site abandoned after it was made public.

Media Coverage

The cult has started receiving a great deal of attention worldwide. Current affairs television programs have started investigating and airing various reports on Miller and his cult.

Several wiki pages have been written about AJ Miller, his business and his cult but they are usually removed by Miller and/or his followers as soon as they are posted. We list one wiki page below; if it is not accessible right now, try again in a few days. The authors of this page tend to repost as soon as Miller defaces it.

Current Affairs

http://aca.ninemsn.com.au/investigations/8250763/aussie-sects-celebrity-twist - Australian A Current Affairs investigation
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58132ThxAto - Australian A Current Affairs investigation
http://au.news.yahoo.com/sunday-night/features/article/-/10276027/inside-australias-chilling-new-cult - Australian A Current Affairs investigation


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divine_Truth - Wikipedia entry on Divine Truth. This page may disappear or be defaced by Miller so no guarantee it's still available.

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Last updated: 23 June 2016