Cult leader who sold ‘Covid cure’ found mummified in shrine with eyes missing

A cult leader's body was found dead inside a shrine with her eyes missing.

Amy Carlson, known as 'Mother God' by the followers of 'Love Has Won' was found dead by police in a mobile home in Colorado, US.

Police are not yet clear how Carlson died but believe she may have ingested colloidal silver, a substance she was allegedly selling as a 'Covid cure'.

The 45-year-old's body had been placed in a shrine and appeared to have its eyes missing, affidavits revealed, writes The Sun.

It was also wrapped in a sleeping bag and decorated with festive Christmas lights.

Seven sect members have been arrested after the body of the cult leader was found, although not charged with the leader's death.

Ryan Kramer, John Robertson, Jason Castillo, Obdulia Franco Gonzalez, Christopher Royer, and Sarah Raymone are being held on counts including abuse of a corpse and child abuse.

Karin Raymond is being held on two counts of child abuse, one count of corpse abuse, and one count of false imprisonment.

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No one has been charged with Carlson's death.

Police discovered the body after receiving a tip-off from a man, although it's unknown if he was a member of the cult.

Miguel Lamboy, who hasn't been charged by police, said he took in several people who needed somewhere to stay and later found the body in a bedroom after returning home from a trip.

He said it was "obvious" she was dead because her eyes were missing and the body appeared mummified.

The body was reportedly so badly decomposed that authorities haven't been able to identify the corpse via fingerprints.

Saguache County Coroner Tom Perrin suspects the body has been dead since March.

Carlson's son Cole told the Daily Beast his mum had been "taking huge amounts of colloidal silver".

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It's said she told him she was selling the substance as a cure for Covid-19, and had been warned by the FDA for selling "unapproved and misbranded products".

Cole hopes her death brings the end to the cult.

He said: "It's not a great thing, but hopefully this brings an end to the Love Has Won debacle. I hope the damage stops now."

Carlson reportedly told followers she had been attempting to save humanity for 19billion years.

Devotees believed she communicated with angels and through former Donald Trump was the cult leader-loving father in a past life.

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