Hundreds were gathering here Monday to study the teachings of the controversial Rael sect, which believes extraterrestrials created Earth, as the group sought to expand its largest base of Japan.
A poster advertising a cult UFO conference in Glastonbury was taken down after concerns that a swastika featured on it was causing offence.
Although there are only a few dozen Raelians in Las Vegas, the city will soon become the North American headquarters for the Raelian Movement.
Cult leader Rael, who shot to media prominence in 2002 by claiming to have cloned a human being, has been denied residence in Switzerland for fear of endangering public morals, authorities said.
The Raelians want to sell their UFOland and move from Canada to the USA.
The Raelian movement, an atheistic cult that claims humans were created by aliens, has reverted to its original symbol: a swastika inside a Star of David.
After Andrew’s death, the Hunts made international news when they hired Dr. Brigitte Boisselier — who belonged to a religious sect that believes life on Earth is the product of genetic experimentation by aliens — to explore the possibility of cloning their son.
Suit against columnist thrown out. With his provocative attacks on Christians, Jews, Vorhilon told he’s not above criticism When laughing him off as a “scatterbrained swindler” and a “clown,” an Ottawa columnist did not libel the man known as Rael, a Quebec Superior Court has ruled. Dismissing an $85,000 damage suit against columnist Denis Gratton and Le Droit newspaper, Justice Maurice Larame said arguments by Claude Vorhilon, who calls himself Rael, are “airy-fairy.” “It is strange, to say the least, that Rael should be offended by terms used about him when they are similar to those he uses when he
MONTREAL — In laughing him off as a “scatter-brained swindler” and a “clown,” an Ottawa columnist did not libel the cult leader known as Rael, a Quebec Superior Court judge has ruled. Dismissing an $85,000 damage suit against columnist Denis Gratton and Le Droit, Justice Maurice Laramee said in a ruling late last month, arguments by Claude Vorilhon, who calls himself Rael, are “airy-fairy.” Vorilhon claims that in December 1973, he was in a volcano near Clermont-Ferrand, France, when a radiant being emerged from an unidentified flying object, dubbing him Rael. In 1975, he claims he was taken in a
LAS VEGAS, May 15 /PRNewswire/ — Following the announcement made by Dr. Lankonade, OBGYN in Burkina Faso, stating that women and children of all ages who have suffered the indignation and torture of clitoral excise (the equivalent of male castration in its barbarity) now have the chance to regain sexual pleasure and once again be whole thanks to medical advances and the progression of science, RAEL, spiritual leader of the Raelian Movement, decided to help as many women as possible to regain their sense of pleasure and founded CLITORAID, a private non-profit organization that will sponsor those who want to