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Raelian Cult Bare Breasts Publicity Stunt Encourages Topless Women

In 2014 a topless shirt festival in honor of the religion Rael drew male photographers and a mostly male audience. Women who follow the cult of the Raelians, believe they are baring their breasts to better the cause of feminism and gender equality. They insist that by stripping, they can deliver the message that women are not to be discriminated against or viewed disrespectfully. The women also wish to fulfill the wishes of their UFO religion.

 

The women and the religion are emphatically wrong

Firstly, while researching this Raelian cult, I found all contradictory information. None of the figures, dates, or data was consistent. Each article or interview presented different information. This is the first red flag.

Secondly, the leader of the religion, Claude Rael insists an alien visited him at age 27. Before the visit, he claims in one site that he was a race car driver. Then in an interview Claude admits he was a journalist and with much difficulty gave up his career to be the messenger to the Raelian aliens. Which profession is the real one? Could it be both? If so, why wouldn’t he be proud and admit his experience?

Thirdly, at one point during an interview, Rael begins encouraging one world government. If everyone follows the aliens who rule this world and clone all the people on it, life will be much easier. Everyone needs to be like-minded. That sounds like a new world order message to me. Another red flag goes up.

 

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That sounds like a new world order message

Claude Rael describes the alien he met with and spoke to about the creation of our world. Apparently, he was wearing a three-piece dark green suit. While talking with Rael, the Raelian told the racecar driver or journalist that the lifespan of their species could reach 1,000 years old and they do die. This fact is based on the lifespan of Adam who lived 930 years. Raelians do not have sex for reproductive reasons. However, they do engage in pleasures of the flesh. In fact, sex is excitedly encouraged. Meanwhile, Rael does not know what contraceptive the aliens use.

Additionally, children are not a consideration in their world. Cloning is the scientific and only appropriate way to reproduce. The reason the Raelian gives is that there must be population control.

 

Currently, membership in Raelian religion is 20,000 members strong

Other sources say the religion has 90,000 members and if there are too many, Rael cannot control worship. He does not tolerate the betrayal of another belief or priestly figure. Rael is the only leader and must be appropriately respected and adored.

The former racecar driver/journalist encouraged the go topless idea and festival. He insists his fantastic members span the globe. Although one source says the member base is mainly from Quebec and South Korea, another source says Japan, not Korea.
Although mainly women were seen at the Raelian publicity stunt festival, there are male members as well. After all, with whom will all those women practice sensual meditation or sex?

 

Raelian symbol

The religion has a symbol incorporating the swastika and the Israel Star of David. It seems an odd combination of symbols for an alien race. Certainly from an origin before time and space, an alien race would not need to use symbols from our world.

If you are interested in such a religion, Claude Rael and his followers encourage you to read the book, Message from the Designers. Only by reading the book will you will understand everything about the religion’s origins and purpose.
The entire UFO religion scenario seems like a stretch of the imagination. Furthermore, the inconsistencies in origin and beliefs prove the stories are untrue. Don’t take my word for it. If you feel inclined toward religious life or the belief in UFOs, take a look at the information or the book. Maybe you will find some redeeming quality to it.

Likewise, take a look at the new world order and who is behind that scenario. My best guess is whoever wants you to believe and follow a new world order also wants you to believe in aliens. Someone has to ask, why?

Reference: YouTube, ThoughtCo., Vice
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