Seven people suspected to be tied to the “Love Has Won” cult were charged with abuse of a corpse and child abuse in Saguache County after the discovery of a mummified body at a Moffat home. That the mummified body was decorated in eye glitter and Christmas lights might be a shrine attempt, or simply another example of the strange things that have been known to occur in Saguache County, where several dead bodies have been found over the past couple of years.
According to the arrest warrant, Miguel Lamboy allowed the group to stay at his residence because they told him they needed a place to stay. Lamboy left the house, and after returning discovered the body of 45-year-old Lia Carlsono. According to a Saguache County sheriff’s deputy’s warrant affidavit her real name was Amy Carlson.
Lamboy stated that Carlson’s skin appeared to be grey in color and her eyes were glazed over or missing. Lamboy stated that it was obvious that Ms. Carlson was dead because her eyes were missing and that the body appeared to be mummified with Ms. Carlson’s teeth exposed through the lips. Carlson is believed to be the leader of “Love Has Won” and goes by the name “Mother God”.
Lamboy then attempted to leave with his young son, but the group would not let him take the child. He then went to the Salida Police Department to report the dead woman. Due to his residence being in Saguache County, the report was handed to the sheriff’s office.
Arrested and booked on abuse of a corpse and two counts of child abuse were: thirty-year-old Ryan Kramer, 35-year-old Christopher Royer, 35-year-old Sarah Rudolph, 47-year-old Karin Raymond, 45-year-old Jason Castillo, 32-year-old John Robertson, and 52-year-old Obdulia Franco. They were taken to the Rio Grande County Jail.
According to the arrest warrant, when officers search the property, the mummified remains were found in a back bedroom on the south side of the house. They were found lying on a bed wrapped in what appeared to be a sleeping bag and had what appeared to be glitter-type makeup on around the eyes. The mummified remains were decorated with Christmas tree lights and were set up in some type of shrine.
The “Love Has Won” cult is known to attract followers from all over the world, and the Saguache Sheriff Dept. reports that it has received calls from family members who say their loved ones have been brainwashed by the cult. The car in which they arrived had California plates, and it was registered to Obdulia Franco.
Lamboy’s two-year-old son and Raymond’s 13-year-old daughter were removed from the home and placed into social services. Lamboy has been reunited with his son.
News of this cult leader’s demise has attracted attention around the world, as the cult pulled membership from around the globe. According to UK’s The Daily Mail and unconfirmed by Ark Valley Voice at this time, the cult leader died after drinking her own bogus COVID cure made of liquid silver.
It gets better. The Love Has Won cult was established in 2018 under the belief Carlson was a divine being who had been trying to save humanity for 19 billion years. According to the cult, one day Carlson would lead 144,000 chosen people into a new, mystical fifth dimension and they believed that Donald Trump was Carlson’s father in a past life.
This is a developing story, and updates will be posted as they become available.