A unique movement claiming to offer an alternative societal model, challenging traditional legal and financial structures.


UCADIA, founded by Frank O’Collins, presents itself as an alternative to what it describes as the ‘Roman Cult System’. The organization has been active for over three decades, focusing on creating a different model of society, with specific emphasis on legal and financial structures.

Beliefs and Ideologies

UCADIA’s belief system is complex and multifaceted, often described as New Age-sounding with elements of conspiracy theories. The organization’s teachings include references to a long-standing war in Heaven between angels and demons, the end of Hell, and the salvation of all mankind. It also discusses the evils of the current legal and banking systems, which it attributes to a global elite and the “Roman Cult,” often implying the Catholic Church.

Approach and Actions

The group engages in a variety of reformative actions across multiple areas such as mental health, home ownership, local capital development, holistic therapy, social media, and social assistance wellness. UCADIA also focuses on broader issues like climate change, health security, social and economic inequality, and child exploitation.

Organizational Structure

UCADIA is structured around its founder Frank O’Collins and operates a network of websites and online communities. It emphasizes the importance of research and the development of its models for society, which it claims are based on years of development and refinement.

Criticism and Controversy

The organization has faced criticism for its complex and often difficult-to-understand ideologies. Some view UCADIA’s teachings as a blend of conspiracy theories and New Age beliefs, making it challenging to categorize within traditional definitions of cults or religious movements.

Frank O’Collins

Frank O’Collins, the founder of UCADIA, has been at the forefront of developing the group’s ideologies and alternative societal models. He positions himself as an alternative thinker, challenging what he perceives as the prevailing societal norms controlled by elite powers.