The Raelian movement believes that humanity was created by extraterrestrials who contacted their founder with a revelation.
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Raelian-affiliated company established to clone humans. Includes information about cloning, details of the company's technology, and news releases.
International Committee Against Christian Calendar Imperialism in U.N.O.
Raelian initiative to convince the United Nations to convert from the "Christian calendar" to a system that is not related to any religious tradition.
Message from the Designers
Official website for the Raelian Movement. Includes descriptions of beliefs and positions, organization structure, information for prospective members, and an online shop.
Out of This World
Guardian Unlimited article about the relationship between the Raelian movement and the company, Clonaid, which is attempting to clone humans.
Offers a skeptical perspective on Raëlian practices and beliefs.
Behind a Cult and Cloning
New York Times article recounts the history of the Raelians and compares the movement to some historical antecedents, including the Oneida Community. [Requires free registration.] (December 29, 2002)
Village Voice author Rebecca Segall interviews a Raelian and discusses the movement's reception in New York City and in the scientific community. (August 29, 2001)
The Rael Deal
Article by Susan J. Palmer, a religion teacher who is writing a book about the Rael cult, discusses the movement's history and its involvement in human cloning. (June 01, 2001)
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