They all have followers and even disciples of their own. They believe that they are the chosen ones sent to save the world. See their photos below.

1. INRI Cristo, Brazil. He is pictured here being wheeled around his compound by his disciples. INRI means "Jesus Christ, King of the Jews."

INRI Cristo. Photo: Telegraph/Jonas Bendiksen

2. Jesus of Kitwe, Zambia. He is pictured spreading the message of his "return" at a marketplace.

Jesus of Kitwe. Photo: Telegraph/Jonas Bendiksen

3. The Biblical Jesus was originally a carpenter. Naturally, Jesus of Kitwe also drives a taxi to make a living.

Jesus of Kitwe in his taxi. Photo: Telegraph/Jonas Bendiksen

4. Vissarion, the Christ of Siberia. He received his "revelation" that he was Jesus around the time the Soviet Union broke up. He has about 5,000-10,000 followers in the Siberain forest.

Vissarion, the Christ of Siberia. Photo: Telegraph/Jonas Bendiksen

5. Moses Hlongwane, also known as Jesus, South Africa. Angel, one of his disciples, appears fast asleep during his sermon. According to Hlongwane, his wedding day was the start of the End of Days.

Moses Hlongwane, also known as Jesus. Photo: Telegraph/Jonas Bendiksen

6. David Shayler, England. He is pictured giving a sermon on the Law of his transvestite alter ego Dolores. He says his partial identity as a woman gives the Messiah a female perspective into the world.

David Shayler, England. Photo: Telegraph/Jonas Bendiksen


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