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Yes To Human Cloning Now in Portuguese

His Holiness Rael Will Be In Sao Paulo For The Launching Of The Portuguese Version Of His World Bestseller: Yes To Human Cloning

On Monday March 24th at 3PM, His Holiness RAEL, founder of the International Raelian Movement and the famous company Clonaid, will give a Press Conference at the Maksoud Hotel in Sao Paulo, to present the newly released Portuguese version of his latest book 'Yes to Human Cloning'. This book, which is now available in Brazil, answers the questions of a huge number of Brazilians who requested information after the historical announcement made by Clonaid on December 26th 2002, following the birth of baby Eve, the first human clone.

His Holiness RAEL will be accompanied in his Brazilian tour by Dr. B. Boisselier, Scientific Director of Clonaid. They will introduce a project to develop cloning in Brazil, a country that is particularly receptive to the implementation of this very promising technology. The entire Brazilian media is invited to this event. His Holiness RAEL will speak of the enormous benefits of human cloning, in particular the possibility for human beings to live eternally, thanks to science. This technology is perfectly mastered by those whom His Holiness RAEL met in 1973: the Elohim, "those who came from the sky" in ancient Hebrew, referred to in the Bible. Those extraterrestrials came to Earth and created scientifically all life forms through their mastering of DNA programming. They created humans 'in their image'. Our primitive ancestors mistook them for Gods. Today, the Elohim live eternally on their planet thanks to an advanced technology based on cloning and memory transfer. They have recreated among them the great Prophets who guided humanity throughout human history: Jesus, Buddha, Muhammed, and many others. Cloning demystifies the resurection myth taught by religions. In his book, His Holiness RAEL announces that eternal life is within reach thanks to science, as are other technologies that will revolutionize our world in the years to come.

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