Amy says she was called by her “angels” to serve humanity and bring peace to the planet. So, she says she started the spiritual organization Love Has Won to accomplish her mission. She claims she has healed people of cancer with the “power of love” and can produce miracles, “kind of like Jesus.”

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Her family – and some former followers – claim Love Has Won is a “cult,” and that Amy degrades members and “brainwashes” them.
On Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil, Rick Alan Ross, CEO of Cult Education Institute and the author of Cults Inside Out, offers his thoughts about Love Has Won. In the video above, he and Dr. Phil question Amy about her behavior and motives. How does she respond?

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On Tuesday, hear from two devoted followers of Amy and what they say about her and Love Has Won. Check here to see where you can watch.

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According to media reports, “Mother God” - the spiritual leader of the group “Love Has Won” - was found dead and mummified in a mobile home in their Colorado headquarters on Wednesday, April 28. Amy Carlson, 45, reportedly had been dead for weeks, was in a sleeping bag and adorned with Christmas tree lights, glitter makeup and her eyes were missing. Seven group members have been taken into custody.