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His Holiness Rael Visiting Rogla, Slovenia

His Holiness Rael Visiting Rogla, Slovenia

After serving as the inspiring cause for many media events that have jolted public opinion during this past year, particularly with the announcements made regarding the first human clones, the spiritual leader of the Raelian Movement will be visiting Slovenia from August 18-30.

This trip to Rogla is part of an annual visit to conduct the Raelian Movement's sensual meditation and guide seminars which are held every year and on each continent. This year, more than 600 people coming from over 20 countries are expected to attend. They include 50 Raelian priests and 10 Raelian bishops.

It is noteworthy that the Raelian Movement is the largest UFO-related non-profit organization. It counts 60,000 members in 84 countries united to spread the messages given by the ELOHIM to RAEL.

Their goal is to build an Embassy to welcome Extraterrestrials and spread their peace and non-violence values.

The Raelian Movement is rocking the world with its pro-science philosophy which supports cloning, genetically modified foods, etc... and which also advocates new social values by supporting gay rights, contraception, etc...

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