As luck would have it, nothing happened. Don't you just hate when your prophecies don't work out?
In 1975, she founded the Church Universal and Triumphant, a formal religion with ceremonies and sacraments, extending the work of the Lighthouse. The religion's teachings were derived from divine messages believed to be transmitted by the Ascended Masters, a pantheon of mystic saints and sages, among them Jesus and the Theosophist master El Morya. Its worldwide membership was once estimated at 30,000 to 50,000 people.In the late 1980s, Mrs. Prophet issued warnings of an impending nuclear strike by the Soviet Union against the United States. More than 2,000 of her followers left their homes and gathered at the church's compound near Corwin Springs, Mont., near the northern edge of Yellowstone National Park. There they began stockpiling weapons, food and clothing in underground bomb shelters.
Do not engage in uncontrolled anger, the use of profanity, indecent exposure, violence, harm to others, the consumption of alcohol and tobacco products, nor play rock music, jazz, rap or other associated types of music.Her son Sean later (predictably?) wrote an essay about how the band Rush saved his life.
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