Love Has One is Not Done & The Reptilian Cabal (!)
A winding curation of reporting on Amy Carlson's Insane New Age Religion & Death
Love Has Won is an all too familiar cult problem. A woman decides - because a guy tells her - she is the Christ incarnate or some such, and soon they start a sect that takes parts of the bible or a scripture, turns it into a carnie show and somebody gets hurt.
This is the classic tale but with several unsavory twists. First, you must know in 2021, leader Amy Carlson left her kids and her McDonald's job and all the location will be revealed in the below quotes of several sources. The reason I need so much help telling this story, is it is quite winding. And like many it's also sad. But this one sold etheric surgeries.
The Mirror UK
Amy Carlson called herself 'Mother God'
Benjamin LynchNews Reporter -
The mummified remains of the 'Mother of All Creation' were discovered in a sleeping bag wrapped in Christmas lights, her eyes missing.
Amy Carlson, 45, was the leader of the Love Has Won cult, founded in 2005, and died in April 2021.
She claimed to have been reincarnated 534 times and lived the lives of Jesus Christ, Marilyn Monroe and Joan of Arc.
When her body was discovered - Saguache County Sheriff’s Office were contacted by a former member - it appeared her followers were worshipping it as a shrine.
The group included two children.
Seven of the cult members were arrested after police discovered, charges included tampering with deceased human remains and abuse of a corpse.
The charges were later dropped.
Amy was just 45 when she died
Corporal Steve Hansen told NBC: "I’ve never seen a group of people be so nonchalant about a dead person in their back room."
An autopsy revealed she had died from "alcohol abuse, anorexia, and chronic colloidal silver ingestion."
Shocking footage revealed the state her body was left in, turning blue due to decomposition in a room decorated like a child's bedroom.
The ex-McDonald's worker Amy claimed she could lead her followers to a fifth dimension. 'Mom' to her followers, Amy persuaded believers to up sticks and join her in a crowded house in Colorado.
Love Has Won has attempted to adapt to life without Mom, who they believe has ascended to the 5D plane of existence.
Their online presence means they have followers from all over the world.
Love Has Won sold a bogus Covid cure containing silver, which an autopsy says may have contributed to her death
Dangerously, they have claimed to have performed brain surgeries and "organ repair" and were selling an ineffective Covid 'cure' through a company called 'Gaia's Whole Healing Essentials, LLC'.
The liquid contains small particles of silver, and too much of it is believed to have led partly to Amy's death.
An actual mom by her early twenties, her own mother said she "wasn't very maternal".
She added: "She just didn’t have that warmth. She had no problem leaving her children with other people."
After her death, her sister wrote: "For those of you that knew my sister Amy, I wanted to let you know we found out yesterday of her passing!
"Please pray for us and the people involved in this awful situation. We are choosing to remember who she was when she was in our lives on a regular basis and not who she became from this manipulating cult!"
A spokesperson told Vice documentary False Gods: "She didn’t have the ego programming like we do... Mom was just in full consciousness for her whole life.
"That’s why she is the example, because we are not at that consciousness level. Nowhere near."
Despite her devoted followers, former member of the group simply say she was running a glorified scam and claimed they were banned from sitting and underfed.
A former member shed light on the group, telling Vice: "It’s a lot, a lot, a lot, a lot of mental manipulation, a lot of brainwash.
"Carlson only let us sleep for four hours, we have to wake up every day at 5am, we start the live stream at 6am."
Amy's lovers were known as 'Father' or 'Father God', one of which is Andrew Profaci, who joined the group in 2014 after surviving a deadly crash. He then spent 10 months as Carlson's partner before leaving the group.
He claimed Amy would binge on vast amounts of booze each day, despite imposing a ban of drugs and alcohol on her followers.
Andrew said: "She would fill a highball glass almost the whole way with vodka and just spritz water on top.
"She probably drank eight or nine of those a night. She’d turn into somebody else. She would become angry, she would talk smack and just be very bitter about things, yelling and cussing."
Calling itself "5D Full Disclosure," members of the group posted a blue full page on a site stating, "God was here. She ascended, now it's our
Their reference to God is believed to be Amy Carlson known as "Mother God". She was the leader of Love Has Won.
A different side of the group appeared on a video recently posted to Reddit. What it shows is a series of clips from the group making highly anti-Semitic and anti-Black statements which CBS4 will not broadcast.
The group living in Colorado is small in numbers, but has thousands of online followers. It is not known where the live stream on this day came from. The group has been in Hawaii, Oregon and the body of Carlson was believed brought to Colorado from California.
Seven cult members were arrested after the discovery of the body: Christopher Royer, Sarah Rudolph, Jason Castillo, John Robertson, Obduia Franco, Ryan Kramer and Karin Raymond. They face charges related to abuse of a corpse and child abuse.
This cult was relatively small in terms of followers – there were between 12 and 20 full time members who lived in a home with Amy and there were a handful more worldwide – up to 200.
During the mid 2000s (she would have been in her early 30’s), Amy became obsessed with New Age philosophy. She posted regularly on the forum lightworkers.org.
I looked up that website and this is the headline for it –Welcome Multidimensional Star Seeds, Rainbow Warriors, Indigo Revolutionaries and all you other Divine Beings!
While she was participating in the forum, she met someone named Amerith WhiteEagle. That person apparently convinced Amy that she was divine. She also claimed to experience paranormal activity at this time.
Amy has claimed in the past that she has a relationship with the spirit of Robin Williams. She has said that Robin is now the Archangel Zadkiel.
In 2007, Amy left her husband and their three kids, along with her manager’s job at McDonald’s to move to Colorado where she shacked up with WhiteEagle from the forum.
When she left her family, she moved to Crestone, Colorado. I feel like Crestone has a bit of a reputation for housing many people like Amy.
The ‘group’ they founded together was known under the name “Galactic Federation of Light”.
They started a YouTube channel in 2009, and there are 2700 videos on there currently.
Followers of Amy believed that she was over 19 billion years old and had lived over 500 lives.
Her followers also believed that Amy’s reincarnations included Jesus, Marilyn Monroe, Joan of Arc and Cleopatra. Donald Trump was apparently her father in one life
One of the better known ‘Father God’ figures is a man named Miguel Lamboy. He got together with Amy in 2014. At the time, Miguel said he suffered from end-stage lung cancer, and had already had one lung removed.
Followers believed that Amy ‘Mother God’ healed him and cemented their faith in her and the group.
Love Has Won became a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization in 2019 – all thanks to Miguel’s efforts.
Love Has Won changed their ‘structure’ around this time. A group of followers known as the First Contact Ground Crew Team, would video daily updates for hours each day. The quest of this group was to help Amy assist the world to ascend. . Most were young, and all were enthusiastic, kicking off every video with a group cheer, shouting “Love Has Won,” with lots of enthusiastic clapping.
Miguel Lamboy described her health situation as “very dire,” and said that her body was failing. Amy was said to be bedridden and eventually paralyzed from the waist down
In 2019, the tone of the updates from the group became more paranoid. They said that Amy was under constant attack from dark forces. One update said that Amy was struck with etheric darts, and another in which her spleen and pancreas were “infiltrated” by the Cabal.
Other videos released by Love Has Won members include racist, homophobic and anti Semitic rants.
Amanda Ray, a self-described victim’s advocate and founder of the watchdog group Rising Above Love Has Won said. “For a non-profit organization that claims to represent love, their actions prove otherwise,” she says. “This is a direct example of a dangerous coercive control group.”
You can see in some photos and videos that Amy’s skin was turning a blue-silver colour from all the colloidal silver that she was ingesting.
The report said that Amy who was 5 foot 4 inches tall, weighed 75 pounds.
Examination of her liver tissue confirmed the presence of silver, the report said, from her regular consumption of colloidal silver.
The toxicology report also found the presence of opioids hydromorphone and hydrocodone, as well as ethanol and THC.
No evidence of cancer was found during the autopsy. Amy had regularly told people she had stage 5 cancer, which is actually not a thing.
Followers allegedly told authorities that Amy had moved to another property.
On April 17, two followers gave another update and alluded to Amy being gone. “We don’t get to just stop now. We have to keep going. For Mom. So grateful that she’s not in pain now. So grateful she’s at peace.”
On April 28, 2021, police finally entered Crestone, Colorado. The group members had been in California before this and it is believed they transported Amy’s body thousands of miles to return her to her ‘home’.
Love Has Won continue to sell etheric surgeries, which they advertise as still being performed by Amy who now lives in the 5th Dimension.
Jason has started his own offshoot group titled ‘Joy Rains’. His new name is “MotherFatherGod,” and that he is the new God, having unified with Amy’s energy.
He has made videos about the ‘false team’ (people who stayed with Love Has Won following Amy’s death).
Their messaging is unlike other religious groups, openly brash, energetic, and foul-mouthed, able to insult members of their audience in one breath and tell them they love them in the next. They are unafraid of offending. In fact, they seem to revel in it.
Before she was Mother God, Amy Carlson was a manager at a McDonald’s in Houston, Texas.
She is in constant conflict with the Cabal — a shadowy global organization ...
The Cabal is described as a group of minions of reptilians and the Annunaki, ancient extraterrestrials and/or Sumerian deities, depending on whom you ask. They are the global elite, tied to the Illuminati...
The new group youtube since 2021 - after Amy - is 5D Full Disclosure
Their YouTube is at
Frankie Tease is the writer of Cult Madness News and host of The Frankie Files Podcast, and is a 12 year religious cult survivor.
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