“Today is an historical date,” declared Rael, leader of the International Raelian Movement, in a statement released this morning.
Stephen Hawking's new documentary series “Universe” will air on the Discovery Channel starting on Sunday May 9.
Rael has expressed his support for psychologist Susan Clancy, who says the conventional trauma model emphasizing “damaging” aspects of sexual “abuse” in childhood is incorrect.
It was a pleasure to read the article posted below, showing another evidence that human beings from another planet were on earth a long time ago.
Rael has sent an open letter to Tiger Woods urging him to stop making his life a model of guilt, sadness and conformism to antiquated Judeo-Christian values.
Eight women are about to receive a highly unusual and belated valentine – the ability to achieve physical satisfaction during sex after being forcibly deprived of that capacity in childhood through female genital mutilation (FGM), an act of horrific brutality.
In this season of strange beliefs, here are a few words of Rael taken from notes while he was explaining some aspects of the Raelian philosophy...
Rael, leader of the International Raelian Movement, today sent his support to the leader of the Anglican church of Saint Matthew's in central Auckland, New Zealand, for posting a controversial billboard that shows the Virgin Mary and Joseph in bed, apparently after having some disappointing sex.
After 10 days in detention at an Istanbul facility, Negar Azizmoradi was released yesterday by the Turkish Government.
An overwhelming majority (98.3 percent) of the nearly 500,000 people who cast votes in a poll taken by the Turkish daily newspaper Hürriyet said that Raelian leader Negar Azizmoradi, 30, an Iranian woman presently confined to an Istanbul detention center, should not be returned to Iran.