Mummified corpse of cult leader who 'sold fake Covid cure' found with NO EYES & glitter make-up as 7 followers arrested

SEVEN alleged sect members have been arrested after the mummified body of the leader of a spiritual cult was found with her eyes missing and glitter makeup on her face.

Amy Carlson, 45, known as "Mother God" by the followers of "Love Has Won" was found dead by cops in a mobile home in Moffat, Colorado on Wednesday.

Cops do not know how Carlson died but it's suspected she may have ingested colloidal silver – a substance the cult was allegedly selling as a "cure" for Covid-19.

The affidavits reveal that the body had been placed in a shrine and the body appeared to be missing its eyes.

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

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.

No one has been charged with Carlson's death.

Cops reportedly found the body after a tip-off from a man. It's unknown if he was a member of the cult.

Miguel Lamboy, who hasn’t been charged, told cops he had taken in several people who needed a place to stay and found the body in a bedroom when he returned home from a trip to Denver.

He told police that it was “obvious” the 45-year-old was dead because her eyes were missing and the body appeared to be mummified, an affidavit revealed.

Saguache County Coroner Tom Perrin told the Daily Beast yesterday that he had been unable to identify the corpse via fingerprint because the body was so badly decomposed.

He estimated that the 45-year-old had been dead since March.

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

It's reported that she told him she was selling the silver as a cure for coronavirus but the Food and Drug Administration sent the company a warning letter last month for selling "unapproved and misbranded products".

Cole hopes Carlson's death signals the end for 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."

The sheriff's office is said to have received "many complaints" from families across America, accusing Love Has Won of brainwashing people and stealing their money.

The group, which was founded in 2018, offers "spiritual intuitive ascension sessions" and sells spiritual healing products online.

Carlson reportedly convinced her followers that she had been trying to save humanity for 19billion years.

They believed she communicated with angels and thought former president Donald Trump was the cult's leader-loving father in a past life.

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