Two Followers Of Love Has Won Spiritual Group Say They Believe Their Leader Is ‘God’
Hope and Aurora say they are devoted followers of the organization Love Has Won and their leader, Amy, who calls herself “God.”
“She is everything to us,” Hope tells Dr. Phil on Monday’s episode.
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The women claim Amy, whom they call “Mom,” has performed thousands of miracles and healing sessions, and they have witnessed some of them.
“We were physically speaking to the people she did the surgeries on and all have amazing testimonials,” Aurora says.
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In the video above, hear how many “spiritual surgeries” Amy claims to have performed.
On Monday, hear how Amy decided to start her organization and what she says about her past lives. And, hear why her sisters and mother claim she’s a cult leader; an allegation Amy denies. Then, on Tuesday, meet the family of a follower who claims he was left for dead by Love Has Won; an accusation which the group contends is false. Check here to see where you can watch.
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