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Image: Yes to GM : Raelians demonstrate naked!

Press Release of Raelian Movement 16th July 2003

Follow-up to Yes to GM : Raelians demonstrate naked!

In response to the event "Bare Witness" which took place in Great Britain this past June 29th where 30 demonstrators gathered fully naked to form the words: "No GM", more than 300 naked Raelians had gathered to form the words "I love GM" during their Annual Sensual Meditation Seminars. This demonstration took place on Monday July 14th at 2PM at UFOland - 1382 Rg 7 - VALCOURT.

The picture aboveis available in High Resolution in the http://www.rael.org/press - All media are allowed to publish them.

New Zealand media contact: Mark Woodgate newzealand@rael.org


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