General Hospital Spoilers: Does Shiloh Change The Names Of All Cult Members?

General Hospital Spoilers: Shiloh Archer (Coby Ryan McLaughlin)General Hospital’s Dawn Of Day’s female cult members seem to have a thing or two in common. Fans know that Daisy Kwan (Kelsey Wang), Harmony/Lorraine Miller (Inga Cadranel), and Willow Tate (Katelyn MacMullen) all have a tattoo. Are all of these women connected to Dawn Of Day (DOD) and a part of Shiloh’s inner circle?

General Hospital’s Shiloh Archer (Coby Ryan McLaughlin) was born David Henry Archer, but after his enlightenment, he changed his name to Shiloh. Shiloh created Dawn Of Day and wrote his book, Every Day Is A New Dawn. However, his enlightenment caused him to adopt a single name for himself, and that is what he goes by with his cult members and the public.

Harmony is Shiloh’s right-hand woman and is also a changed person. Upon joining DOD Harmony became the former Lorraine Miller. It seems that getting rid of one’s former self means getting rid of identifying annoyances such as surnames.

General Hospital Spoilers – Is Harmony Someone Shiloh Knew In The Past?

Shiloh has a checkered past, but we don’t have a lot of details on Harmony’s past, could she be a woman Shiloh met in some of his unsavory endeavors in the past?


Daisy has a last name but has rarely used the name. However, Daisy harassed Sam through email, according to herself and Shiloh. Sam and Kristina, as well as Shiloh, have referred to Daisy by one name since she appeared. Does Daisy use her last name or has she also dropped it?

General Hospital’s Willow goes by Miss Tait because she is a school teacher. However, she also has the DOD marking. Is Willow her given name or a name given to her by the cult? Did Willow she change her name so Shiloh and the cult members couldn’t locate her and her child? Is anything we have heard about Willow’s past true?

General Hospital Spoilers – Are Members Stripped Of Surnames?

It is clear that Shiloh wants to tear the women in the cult down and make them rely on his word and the cult guidelines alone. He pushes the cult members to disassociate themselves with their family and friends.

Shiloh wants to be in control of all members and have them do his bidding. Is stripping them of their surnames part of the way he tears these people down? Does he believe losing the last name cuts off all ties to one’s past and heritage?

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