Australian Who Says He's Jesus On LBC - Watch In Full
Wednesday 17th July 2013
An Australian IT worker who believes he is Jesus appeared live on LBC 97.3 on Wednesday morning and told James O'Brien: "Call me AJ."
Alan John Miller took part in a fascinating hour of radio, claiming he is the son of God and his partner Mary Luck had been present when he was crucified - and she was in fact her biblical namesake Magdalene.
He has "very clear memories" of his crucifixion 2,000 years ago, but only remembered that he was Jesus in 2004. He is now the leader of a religious group called The Divine Truth.
The 50-year-old Aussie took calls from LBC 97.3 listeners and one asked him: "Hundreds of people have claimed to be Jesus. What makes you different to any of them?"
AJ responded: "The only way to verify it is for when you get to the spirit world to meet my friends who I lived with in the 1st century."
He admitted that he hadn't yet carried out any miracles in his current body, but insisted: "I waited 30 years to do so in the 1st century." How old are you now?, asked James. "50". So you're 20 years behind schedule, responded James.
AJ admitted that many people will simply not believe that he is Jesus, saying: "People are entitled to have their own opinion of whether I'm Jesus, but I know who I am. I had no desire to believe this. It's just who I am."
He also revealed he had spoken with Adam and Eve in the spirit world - "they were the greatest examples of human beings I've seen" - and that most of Charles Darwin's theories on evolution were wrong.