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6 People From Online Cult Went Missing; Last Seen at a Hotel Together in Florissant, Missouri

6 People From Online Cult Went Missing; Last Seen at a Hotel Together in Florissant, Missouri

Florissant, Missouri: The Police Department is looking for six people who went missing last year. They are thought to be members of an online cult run by a convicted child molester.

The Berkeley Police Department on Tuesday that Rashad Jamal, the head of what he calls the “University of Cosmic Intelligence,” is linked to two of the children who went missing in August. Police called the group a “spiritual cult,” and its YouTube account has 200,000 subscribers.

Missing people include:

  • Mikayla Thompson, 24, from St. Louis.
  • Ma’Kayla Wickerson, 25, from St. Louis.
  • Malaiyah Wickerson, 3, from St. Louis.
  • Gerrielle German, 27, from Lake Horn, Mississippi.
  • Ashton Mitchell, 3, from Lake Horn, Mississippi.
  • Naaman Williams, 29, from Washington D.C.

Rashad Jamal White, also known as Jamal, denied knowing the six missing persons and claimed that he just ran a YouTube show and he is not a cult leader.

According to the authorities, Jamal is serving an 18-year prison term in Georgia for child abuse.

According to the authorities, the members had polygamous relationships, were active on social media and disseminated Jamal’s films. They also stopped communicating with friends and relatives, left their jobs, and engaged in naked meditation outside. In honor of the gods and goddesses they revered, they also altered their names.

The six individuals were last seen at the Quality Inn in Florissant, Missouri, on August 13. Four people and two children went missing from a rental house close to St. Louis Lambert International Airport, and Berkeley police confirmed on August 12 that they launched an inquiry into the case.

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