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Date of Birth August 17, 1959
Place of Birth Houston
Country United States
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Date of Death Apr 19, 1993 (33 age)
Horoscope Leo

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David Koresh Biography

David Koresh is a famous Religious Leader, who was born on August 17, 1959 in United States. Remembered as the leader and self-proclaimed prophet of a sub-sect of the Branch Davidians, he rose to infamy in 1993 when, raided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, his Waco, Texas compound caught on fire and he and over seventy of his followers perished. According to Astrologers, zodiac sign is Leo.

David Koresh was born Vernon Wayne Howell on August 17, 1959, in Houston, Texas, to a 14-year-old single mother, Bonnie Sue Clark (1944–2009) and father Bobby Wayne Howell (1939–2008). Before Koresh was born, his father met another teenage girl and abandoned Bonnie Sue. Koresh never met his father, and his mother began cohabitating with a violent alcoholic. In 1963, Koresh’s mother left with her boyfriend and placed her four-year-old son in the care of his maternal grandmother, Earline Clark. His mother returned when he was seven, after her marriage to a carpenter named Roy Haldeman. Bonnie Sue and Haldeman had a son together named Roger, who was born in 1966.

Born Vernon Wayne Howell in Houston, Texas, he later changed his name to David Koresh. He was legally married to a woman named Rachel Jones, and he fathered fifteen children through various relationships and marriages within his sect.

David Koresh (/k ə ˈ r ɛ ʃ / ; born Vernon Wayne Howell; August 17, 1959 – April 19, 1993) was an American cult leader and musician who played a central role in the Waco siege of 1993. As the head of the Branch Davidians sect, an offshoot of the Davidian Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Koresh claimed to be its final prophet.

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Scottish electronic music duo Boards of Canada themed an EP around the Branch Davidians and the Waco retreat called In a Beautiful Place Out in the Country. Their track “1969” from their second LP Geogaddi also makes reference to the sect with the vocal sample “Although not a follower of hseroK divaD” (David Koresh, reversed), “she’s a devoted Branch Davidian”.

David Koresh Net Worth

David Koresh is one of the richest Religious Leader & listed on most popular Religious Leader. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, David Koresh net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

David Koresh Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth$1.5 Million
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Source of IncomeReligious Leader
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HouseLiving in own house.

He began his association with the Branch Davidians in 1982. The following year, he pronounced that he was a prophet and began recruiting followers.

Scottish electronic music duo Boards of Canada themed an EP around the Branch Davidians and the Waco retreat called In a Beautiful Place Out in the Country. Their track “1969” from their second LP Geogaddi also makes reference to the sect with the vocal sample “Although not a follower of hseroK divaD” (David Koresh, reversed), “she’s a devoted Branch Davidian”.

In 1981, Koresh moved to Waco, Texas, where he joined the Branch Davidians (not to be confused with the original Davidian Seventh-Day Adventist Church). Benjamin Roden, who died in 1978, originated the Branch group in 1955 with new teachings that were not connected with the original Davidians. Koresh played guitar and sang in church services at the Mount Carmel Center, the sect’s headquarters outside Waco.

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He was investigated for multiple claims of statutory rape and child abuse.

In 1983, Koresh began claiming the gift of prophecy. It is speculated by David Thibodeau in his 1999 book, A Place Called Waco, that he had a sexual relationship with Lois Roden, the widow of Benjamin Roden and leader of the cult, who was then in her late-sixties. Koresh eventually began to claim that God had chosen him to father a child with Lois, who would be the Chosen One. In 1983, Lois allowed Koresh to begin teaching his own message, called “The Serpent’s Root,” which caused controversy in the group. Lois’s son George Roden intended to be the cult’s next leader and considered Koresh an interloper.

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Vernon Howell filed a petition in California State Superior Court in Ponoma on May 15, 1990, to legally change his name “for publicity and business purposes” to David Koresh. On August 28, 1990, Judge Robert Martinez granted the petition.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Religious Leader. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United States. David Koresh celebrates birthday on August 17 of every year.

In 1989, Roden murdered Wayman Dale Adair with an axe blow to the skull after Adair stated his belief that he (Adair) was the true messiah. Roden was judged insane and confined to a psychiatric hospital at Big Spring, Texas. Since Roden owed thousands of dollars in unpaid taxes on the Mount Carmel Center, Koresh and his followers were able to raise the money and reclaim the property. Roden continued to harass the Koresh faction by filing legal papers while imprisoned. When Koresh and his followers reclaimed the Mount Carmel Center, they discovered that tenants who had rented from Roden had left behind a meth lab, which Koresh reported to the local police department and asked to have removed.

The founder of the Davidian movement, Victor Houteff, wanted to be God’s implement and establish the Davidic kingdom in Palestine. Koresh also wanted to be God’s tool and set up the Davidic kingdom in Jerusalem. At least until 1990, he believed the place of his martyrdom might be in Israel, but by 1991 he was convinced that his martyrdom would be in the U.S. Instead of Israel, he said the prophecies of Daniel would be fulfilled in Waco and that the Mount Carmel Center was the Davidic kingdom.

A six-month investigation of sexual abuse allegations by the Texas Child Protection Services in 1992 failed to turn up any evidence, possibly because the Branch Davidians concealed the spiritual marriage of Koresh to Michelle, assigning a surrogate husband (David Thibodeau) to the girl for the sake of appearances. Regarding the allegations of physical abuse, the evidence is less certain. In one widely reported incident, ex-members claimed that Koresh became irritated with the cries of his son Cyrus and spanked the child severely for several minutes on three consecutive visits to the child’s bedroom. In a second report, a man involved in a custody battle visited the Mount Carmel Center and claimed to have seen the beating of a young boy with a stick.

The siege of Mount Carmel Center ended on April 19, 1993, when U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno approved recommendations of FBI officials to proceed with a final advance in which the Branch Davidians were to be removed from the Mount Carmel Center by force. In an attempt to flush Koresh from the stronghold, the FBI resorted to pumping CS gas from a M728 Combat Engineer Vehicle with battering ram into the compound. In the course of the advance, the Mount Carmel Center caught fire in circumstances that are still disputed. Barricaded inside the building, 79 Branch Davidians perished in the ensuing blaze; 21 of these victims were children under the age of 16.

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