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Crop Circles Reveal “Signs” To Raelians

Media Release
8th August 2002

At the dawn of the release of “SIGNS" starring Mel Gibson, the Raelian Movement are receiving some SIGNS of their own..

July 4th 2002 Normanton Down long barrows, Wiltshire - yet another crop-circle appears, resembling the Raelian Movement's emblem - a star of David with a swirling galaxy in the centre representing "Infinity in Time and Space"

The Raelians consider some crop circles to be a passive communication confirming the messages given to their founder "RAEL" on Dec 13th 1973 during a face-to-face encounter with a human being from another planet.

This message explained that all life on earth was created using DNA and advanced cloning techniques by these people who were called the "Elohim" - which in ancient Hebrew means "those who came from the sky". It is a plural word that was later mistranslated to the singular word "God" as seen in English Bibles today. The Elohim gave messages to various peoples through the ages who became known as "prophets" and who started all the major religions. The message explains that since Aug 6th 1945 we entered into the "Age of Apocalypse" which does not mean "the end of the world", but "revelation" or "understanding". This age of science that we now live in marks the time when we can begin to understand our true origins.

The Elohim explain that they would like to return to earth as predicted by all the major religions and asked RAEL to build them an embassy where they may officially land and meet with us.

RAEL was given the specific dimensions of this embassy. Remarkably, a pictogram of the embassy appeared in Wiltshire, England in August of 1990.

This most recent crop circle is the 10th in a series of crop circles that have appeared resembling the Raelian logo in the past few years.

On August 21st 2001, two of the most intricate crop formations appeared alongside Chilbolton (Hampshire) Radio Observatory- the elaborate 3 dimensional “face” and the extraordinary binary code. This “reply” to the 1974 Arecibo radio transmission, and the message contained within, is of the utmost significance. Like the other formations, the complexity rules out any possibility of a manmade hoax.

July 4th 2002 Normanton Down long barrows, Wiltshire http://www.cropcircleconnector.com/2002/Normanton/Normanton2002a.html

“The Reply” to the Arecibo Message 1974, Chilbolton, Hampshire http://home.clara.net/lucypringle/photos/2001/uk01dm.html

“The Face”, Chilbolton, Hampshire http://home.clara.net/lucypringle/photos/2001/uk01dn.html

Raelian Emblem – The Symbol of Infinity http://home.clara.net/lucypringle/photos/1997/uk97cg.html

For more information / Pictures of the crop circles can be found at : http://www.rael.org

New Zealand Media Contact: Mark Woodgate : Email: newzealand@rael.org

For all interviews with RAEL, please contact his press agent: Sylvie Chabot at (0011) 1-514-366-3734 mailto:pr@rael.org http://www.rael.org/press

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