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Raelians To Present ‘Insight’ at Auckland Uni


Raelians To Present ‘Insight’ at Auckland University

The NZ Raelian Movement will be presenting a fascinating insight into the amazing prophecies of Buddhism and the emergence of the 'Maitreya from the West.'

Mark Woodgate, national responsible for the Raelian Movement, says that "Buddhism is the closest religion to Raelianism. Buddhism and Raelianism are both atheist religions and promote special techniques of awakening and self development through meditation."

Mark states that "the research by the Raelian Movement has revealed the astounding accuracy of the Buddhist prophecies. The revelations are simply astounding."

The presentation is a first in NZ with local Buddhist leaders and members of the public being invited to attend.

The presentation will be held on :

Sunday 4th April : 12.30pm - 1.30pm. Room no G14 Ground Floor Commerce A Building University of Auckland Princes Street Auckland

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