An explosive first-person account by way of a tender lady who spent fifteen years in a intercourse cult referred to as the youngsters of God, which inspired "sacred prostitution" and taught that "The Lord is our pimp."
Miriam Williams used to be an idealistic baby of the sixties who, at seventeen, authorised a call for participation from a "Jesus individual" to go to a commune in upstate long island. She could quickly be prostituting herself for a perverse cult that used intercourse to trap sinners to the Lord -- and this is often her surprising, searingly sincere account of a fifteen-year religious odyssey long gone haywire.
The young ones of God grew to become its lady devotees into Heaven's Harlots, best strangers to the affection of God through attractive them with the pleasures of the flesh. At its peak, the cult boasted 19,000 individuals all over the world: In such locations as France and Monte Carlo, younger ladies, Miriam between them, mingled with the wealthy and recognized to save lots of their souls, and during this unsparing, unnerving autobiography, she'll establish a few of her high-profile "clients." She left this weird and wonderful international in an try to defend her son, born via an prepared marriage and abducted by way of his father.
Now, in a transparent, compelling, cautionary story, she stocks either her striking life as a holy whore and the daunting adventure of rebuilding a typical existence -- a tribulation that led her to stumbled on a gaggle devoted to assisting different cult survivors reclaim their souls as well.