Leader says he’s the Holy Ghost, but neighbors remain suspicious

Well here’s one for the books; Jesus warned of false Christs but I’ve never heard of a cult leader claiming to be “the” Holy Ghost.

Dalton said he grew up an active member of the LDS church. Some years ago, he said, he started receiving spiritual promptings from the Lord that Mormon church members had strayed from the church’s founding principles. In 2004, he said, he received a revelation that he should start a new church. At one time, his new church had as many as 50 members, he said.

He described a two-day fast that ended with a vision of Jesus Christ, who visited him several times in the following days. It was during one of these visits that he said he was told he was the Holy Ghost and the father of Jesus Christ.

More at Religion News Blog: ‘Holy Ghost’ relocates his flock to Montana

3 comments on “Leader says he’s the Holy Ghost, but neighbors remain suspicious

  1. He is only hitting on 7 cylinders. 
    He is playing hockey with a warped puck 
    He isn’t playing with a full deck. 
    He left the store without all of his groceries. 
    He lost his trollies 
    He parked his head and forgot where he left it. 
    He’s a a few bricks short of a full load 
    He’s a couple of bricks short of a hod. 
    He’s a couple of volts below threshold 
    He’s about a half a bubble off plumb. 
    He’s flying on one engine. 
    He’s got a few wait states. 
    He’s got a mind like a steel trap – anything entering gets crushed and mangled 

  2. In addition, he isn’t invisible like the real Holy Ghost.

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