This UFO Suicide Cult Leader’s Final Transmission Is Just As Weird As You’d Expect

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In 1974, Marshall Applewhite and Bonnie Nettles founded a barbarous eremite organisation called Heaven’s Gate in San Diego, California.

They had met during a psychiatric sanatorium where she was operative and he was a patient. Nettles told Applewhite that extraterrestrials had foretold that this assembly would occur and assured him that he had a boundless purpose. The dual grew to trust that they were a dual witnesses described in a Book of Revelation and that they were selected to perform biblical prophecies and hit aliens, so they began recruiting followers, earnest them that they’d be brought to a aloft evolutionary turn to overcome their “humanness.”

Members sole their security and left their families to go subterraneous with their newfound “family.” The organisation believed that immorality space aliens, that they called Luciferians, were tricking people into desiring they were God and guileful them. They were also assured that a second entrance was imminent and that a usually approach to tarry it was to “leave” by approach of suicide.

On Mar 26, 1997, military found 39 passed members who’d committed mass suicide. They’d been underneath a sense that this would concede them to strech an supernatural booster following Comet Hale–Bopp. Applewhite’s physique was found among them.

On Mar 26, 1997, military found 39 passed members who'd committed mass suicide.  They'd been underneath a sense that this would concede them to strech an supernatural booster following Comet Halendash;Bopp.  Applewhite's physique was found among them.

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While I’m certain you’re meditative all of this sounds crazy enough, it’s even some-more weird conference it from Applewhite himself.

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According to him, aliens are most some-more appealing than we give them credit for.

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