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Women "Topless Rights" Protest Sponsored by Raëlian UFO Clone Drugs Sex Cult


    The Raëlians, a cult that basically gets you join them with promises of free sex and free drugs then brainwashes you with a bunch of garbage about UFOs and cloning. And then get you to give all your money to their church to support their activities. The same crazy cult that lied about cloning a human a few years back and said they had the baby to prove it but couldn't. Well, they sponsored a "topless rights" parade in Venice Beach late last month. A group of mostly unattractive women and some men too participated in what they called National Go Topless Protest Day hosted by the UFO Cult "Raëlian Movement," women across the nation were encouraged to bare their breasts in public. They claim that because men are legally allowed to bare their chests, women should have the equal protection under the law and be allowed to do the same under the 14th Amendment.

    In the pictures you see most of the ladies covering their nipples, the women must wear pasties to avoid arrest by the watchful Venice police. The premise of the march had acceptance and the appreciation of the female body at heart but there were little to
    appreciation. Boobs were displayed. Signs were carried, some women paraded around with nipple-shaped pasties on. And that was about it. Just another day in Venice. But only two or three of the women were halfway decent to look at. The Raëlians organizing this rally to legalize topless tits in America have a lot to learn about PR and marketing. Having only two women you would want to see topless while the rest shouldn’t even be allowed to go topless in the shower of their own home with the lights out was a huge mistake. Most of these images might just be the best case against their cause. They should have hired a few models or something. Anyway, the Raëlian is a cult worth watching because their mass suicide will be grand. It's coming... Click on pictures to enlarge.

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    Raëlism, or The Raëlian movement, is a UFO religion founded by a former French sports-car journalist and test driver named Claude Vorilhon. Followers of the movement, called Raëlians, believe that Vorilhon, or "Raël", received special knowledge and instruction for mankind from the creators of life on Earth, human-like extraterrestrials called Elohim whose technology enabled them to appear as "angels" or "gods" in the eyes of ancient people. Raëlians believe that previous visitation from Elohim sparked the founding of many major religions humanity knows today.

    Raël founded the Raëlian Movement in Paris, France in 1974 after a large conference. The International Raëlian Movement has been described as "the largest UFO religion in the world". The Raëlian Church now has a quasi-clerical structure with a height of seven levels (Vorilhon is at the highest level). Joining the movement involves a transmission ceremony as well as an official apostasy from other religions in recognition of Elohim, as the creators of life from the heavens. About one-third of Raëlians pay dues to the Raëlian Church. Members are asked to follow the Raëlian ideals that speak against the use of recreational drugs, tobacco, coffee and limit alcohol to moderation, if at all. Sensuality is an important part of the Raëlian doctrine, though Raëlians recommend a non-contractual agreement between matured sexual partners. Although they hold liberal views of sexuality, the Raëlian Church has attracted some of its priests and bishops from other religions. These views are shared by women who make up a significant minority in Raëlian Church. Some of these women are strong advocates of refinement and erotic sensualism and participate in groups within such as Rael's Girls and the Order of Angels.

    Raël founded Clonaid (originally Valiant Venture Ltd Corporation) in 1997, but then handed it over to a Raëlian bishop, Brigitte Boisselier, in 2000. The company claimed in 2002 that an American woman underwent a standard cloning procedure that led to the birth of her new daughter Eve (b. December 26, 2002). Although few believe the claim, it nonetheless attracted national authorities, mainstream media, and young adults to look further into the Raëlians' cult status. The use of the swastika in its original logo halted Raëlian requests for territory in Israel, and later Lebanon, for establishing a Third Temple. The Raëlians have officially revived the logo with its original meaning as a symbol of peace.

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