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The Branch Davidians are a religious group that originated from a schism in the Davidian Seventh-day Adventists, a sect of the the Seventh-day Adventist Church

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The original Davidians believed that Jesus would only return to earth when a small number of Christians had been sufficiently purified.
The Branch Davidians believed that Jesus would walk on earth again and when he did, the world would end.
They thought David/Vernon was an angel and an agent of God
David/Vernon preached that the world would end during a battle.

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The Twelve Tribes were founded by Elbert Eugene Spriggs, often known as “Yoneq”, in 1971. It seems Spriggs, like most other cult leaders, claimed to have had a vision–in this case while on a Los Angeles beach. Before that time, Elbert Spriggs had been a high school counselor and a carnival barker, two professions which provided him with skills he would later use as a cult leader. Thirty years later, Yoneq was a jetsetting international traveler with palatial home in the South of France, Brazil, and Cape Cod. The reclusive Yoneq has moved his cult about the country several times to avoid scrutiny. In 1984, authorities seized over 100 cult kids in a raid of Island Pond, Vermont, after brutal abuse allegations came to light. Today, the group has at least 7 compounds in New England, but is thought to have a total of 30 worldwide. Among their beliefs is no dichotomy between Heaven and Hell, but instead the “Three Eternal Destinies”.


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This meant that he had a very dominate disposition, which allowed him to dominate his followers he was able to control them physically and emotionally.
The Branch Davidians were ruled by their beliefs.

"We believe that God will resurrect this special group."
A new Branch Davidian community that has risen; they call themselves Branch, The Lord Our Righteousness, which is lead by Charles Pace
Like their predecessors under Koresh, the new community of Davidians is — according to their leader — waiting for the end times
Two decades later, some of the Branch Davidians who survived the raid are still believers, while a new church group has moved onto the land.
Today, all nine Davidian survivors who were convicted for various offenses related to the initial ATF raid have been released from federal prison.
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David Koresh had a charismatic personality.

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When he was 7 his mother came back with a new husband and a new son
He had poor study skills and dyslexia and droped out of high school his junior year
When he was 8 he was gang raped
He claimed to be a born-again Christian and joined his mothers church, the seventh day Adventist church.
In 1982, he moved to Waco, Texas where he joined the Branch Davidians
In 1983, he began claiming the gift of Prophecy.

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A group of fires started in different locations within the compound and combined to form a great conflagration.
Koresh and about 75 of his followers died, including 21 children
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Clive Doyle, one of the survivors, still lives in Waco.

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Houteff in 1955
After Benjamin Roden died the Branch Davidian Association was continued by his wife Lois Roden.
After the passing of Lois Roden, Vernon Howell became the next and also last leader of the Branch Davidians
Vernon Wayne Howell/David Koresh
He was born in 1959
His father left when he was born and his mother left him with his Grandmother when we was 4 after ending the relationship with an violent alcoholic.

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Many times the Davidian Seventh Day Adventists get confused with the Branch Davidians
Actually the Branch Davidians originated from the Davidian Seventh Day Adventists but are not the same.
The Branch Davidians were found by Benjamin Roden after the death of Davidian founder Victor T.