By JUAN CARLOS LLORCA - Associated Press Writer Rodrigo Abd Followers of Jose Luis de Jesus Miranda, known as 'The Antichrist' chant during a ceremony in Guatemala City, Friday, April 14, 2006. Jesus Miranda, who wears the number 666 tattooed on his arm and claims a following of 2 million people, said he will visit Guatemala, whether the Central American nation wants him or not. Growing in Grace GUATEMALA CITY -- An American religious leader who calls himself the "Antichrist" canceled a visit to Guatemala after the Central American country barred him as a security risk, saying he provokes conflict with Roman Catholics and evangelicals.Puerto-Rican born Jose Luis de Jesus Miranda wears the number 666 tattooed on his arm and claims a following of 2 million people, most in Miami, where he lives, and Colombia. His Growing in Grace church holds a congress every year in different locations in the Americas. Read the rest of the story here In the early 90's, he claimed to be the Apostle Paul, then he claimed that he was Jesus Christ man, and now he claims to be antichrist. His followers all have 666 tattooes on different locations on their bodies. He sports that tattoo as well.