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‘There won’t be one city left on Earth intact. They’ll be blow-ups and fires all over this Earth.’ People Magazine Investigates s2e4: Sinful Messiah Cult, Schacknow, Discovery 2018
Julius Schacknow ran a terrifying doomsday cult called The Work right in the suburbs of Connecticut. ibid. dude
He was a rapist, a liar, a paedophile. ibid. dude #2
He was a narcissistic misogynistic madman. ibid. woman
In August 2018 Connecticut police arrest two men for murder [Rudy Hannon & Sorek Minery]. Both the victim and the killers are members of The Work, a little known cult in central Connecticut, founded on the belief that their leader, a man named Brother Julius, is the human incarnation of God. ibid.
It was during the heyday of the 1970s that Julius began to attract his earliest followers. ibid.
Brother Julius calls his growing flock of devotees The Work for their commitment to God’s salvation. ibid.
By letting them sleep with him, he was giving them the opportunity to be intimate with God. ibid.
The full extent of his depravity doesn’t come to light until 1986. ibid.