Shoko Asahara was the leader of the Japanese cult Aum Shinrikyo. Asahara brought together the beliefs of many religions to create a belief focused on armageddon and put himself at the center of it, calling himself the Christ. The group was recognized as a religious corporation by the Tokyo government in 1989. He led attacks in 1995 on the Tokyo Subway where he released the toxic gas sarin, killing 13 and injuring thousands. Asahara faced charges for 27 murders and was eventually sentenced to the death penalty. He was killed by hanging in 2018. This vintage shirt from the 80s, nicely worn in and faded, features a famous portrait of Shoko Asahara levitating.