I'd never heard of Koresh, or Jones, either, till they committed suicide taking many of their deluded followers with them, thanks. I'm pretty sure that since they committed suicide with them, they pretty much thought they had the ultimate truth, too. Generally, the really wacky seem to try to slip by under the radar. Unlike you, he probably wouldn't enjoy being made fun of by Christians and non believers alike. Too much ego, usually. What I noticed is you purposely didn't answer my questions, deflecting with the comment that he'd made a vow of poverty. Saul himself claimed to not get anything out of his ministry either, while he traveled the known world on other people's money eating other people's food, and resting in other's lodgings for free. Pretty damned cushy existence for the first century. Hell, I'd take that job today if you wanna pay for it. By the way, your "father's" got a page on facebook, or at least there's one with his name on it. No one follows Elijah in Christianity, his prophecy was for Jews, not gentiles, no matter what work around this con artist has figured out. I'm betting it's a good tale.