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Raelian cult claims it has cloned five children

Colleen Johnston © 2003

The Canadian based UFO cult, calling themselves Raelians announce the birth of three children by ‘cloning’ by its scientists who operate the company, Clonaid and claims another two to be born by early February.

A team of cloning experts from the UK Roslin Institute who cloned Dolly the sheep in 1997, are very skeptical because the Clonaid (see: www.clonaid.com) claim a success rate of five live births and five miscarriages gives a 100% implantation rate, which is biologically possible, but highly unlikely and dubious at best. Even with in vitro fertilization (IVF), the success rate is only around 20%. It's possible that Clonaid my be defrauding the unsuspecting parents with IVF, instead.

They further stated the cloning of animals only between one and two per cent of all cloned embryos make it to a live birth. The UK scientist illustrated that with cattle, if the cloned embryos can be influenced to divide until they have 120 cells, then 20% go on to produce live calves. Different animals produce different results and divide differently.

In news reports which first surfaced in late December of 2002, Clonaid director Dr. Brigitte Boisselier clamed the birth of a female child named Eve, born December 26, 2002 to an American couple by caesarean section. After the announcement Boisselier further asserted genetic test could be taken to substantiate the claim but has recanted and declared that the parents of the baby girl refuse to allow any tissue testing. Clonaid also has withdrawn its claim of cloning hundreds of embryos in lieu of the worldwide scientific communities scrutiny and outrage.

Dr. Boisselier, is actually a Raelian Bishop within the group, who holds a PhD in physical and bimolecular chemistry adds that she is confident tests will be performed at least one of the five babies born or due to be born by February, 2002. The second such baby has now been born to a Dutch lesbian couple. Boisselier also stated two of the expected babies were copies of dead children made using preserved cells. She also stated two are from Asia and another is from North America. There have been reports that the third child was born dead, but On January 23 is actually a boy, cloned from cells of a 2-year-old boy who died in an accident 18 months ago. An Asian surrogate mother was used to produce the child. To date all parents have refused to substantiate actual DNA testing.

Clonaid is the first company to declare human cloning in the world, and was established in February 1997, headed by former racecar enthusiast - sports reporter Claude Vorilhon and a group of investors who created the Valiant Venture Ltd Corporation. The company based in Las Vegas, Nevada USA, but maintain its procedures are done outside of the USA in the Bahamas where the company was originally founded.

 Vorilhon, calling himself Rael and self-appointed prophet of the Raelians, along with his band of 60,000 followers in 84 countries believes extraterrestrials created life on earth 25,000 years ago by DNA cloning. The group also asserts that these ‘Elohim aliens’ will return and will allow Raelians to divinely mediate for them. The Elohim are according to Hebrew translation means, "God, gods" used as if it were a name for Israel's God, this apparently plural form also refers to gods. Raelians assert that these gods are in fact an alien race.

The ideology of the group is based solely on the channelings of Vorilhon’s ‘ Elohim aliens’ and promotes a mixed message of world religion, sexual openness and new age jargon. Not only do Raelians claim to be the descendants of the first human clones, directly from the Elohim, the group believes the “evidence’ lays in religious and historical record—from their interpretation. The website offers nothing of factual proof and their supposed proof is obviously shaded by Vorilhon’s ongoing visitations in which he maintains started in 1973.  

In my professional opinion as a cult researcher and former cult member of a similar UFO cult, the Raelian doctrine is not only ludicrous it is dangerous to anyone who becomes involved. Such groups control its members with comparable claims that require faith in the leadership’s channelings without question and not based in reasonable facts. Claims on the Raelian website (website see www.rael.org) is a distorted mixed bag of ranting, most assertions are so spiritually elementary in nature, it could be applicable to a number of religions. In my further estimation the leader is using love bombing as well as fear tactics, sexual exploitation and a ‘you’ll miss the boat if you don’t join’ mentality to manipulate vulnerable members.

Vorilhon and Boisselier’s reluctance to offer up physical proof of cloning to outsiders is typical of cultic behavior. History has a way of repeating itself as with Jim Jones of Jonestown, New Guiana. Once Jones was exposed as the imposter he was, he ordered the death of 900 members. It can, has and will happen again. The cult is at a perilous juncture that may compel Claude Vorilhon to take his members into oblivion as soon as the game is exposed for what it is. They are an apocalyptic mentality hiding under the guise of love, equality and oneness, without question. Vorilhon, or his descendants will eventually lead the members to destruction when the Rael prophecies keep passing, the Elohim don’t show up and all excuses for their delay have been exhausted.

This will possibly force Vorilhon and Boisselier to be exposed for the scheme they are perpetrating on 60,000 followers. In addition, espousing the fact that Clonaid is perpetuating a convoluted hoax to bring major funding to the cult group by taking advantage of couples who’ve lost children or people who fear and are trying to escape death by looking for eternal life.

My deduction is, that both Boisselier and Vorilhon will continue to ‘protect the cloned identities’ and the parents of these children as a way to avoid the real scientific community demands for proof. Hopefully cult members will look at Clonaid as a wake up call with an obvious scam and leave the group before it’s too late.

 

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French born Raelian cult decides to clone the first human

By Colleen Johnston ©2001

 

A Canada-based UFO cult, The Raelian movement originally from France, is going to attempt to clone a dead baby girl against the protest from mainstream scientist and religious groups. Scientists are saying it's an unlikely achievement but not impossible. Other reproductive and cloning scientists have also condemned the plan as unethical.

The group claims financing as well as the technology is now available to them and plan to proceed. A group of willing surrogates has been chosen for implementation of the experiment. Scientists and spokeswoman for the group, Dr Brigitte Boisselier, states the cloning process will start this sometime this month.

The Raelian claims have not been substantiated, as they haven't provided physical evidence they have the technology to carry through. Many within the scientific community believe the expertise may not be hard to find and think that the Raelians have already procured the essential professionals and facilities to proceed. According to cult experts the Raelians have the finances and the ambition to succeed.

A couple from the United States has apparently paid a half million dollars to have their deceased baby daughter cloned.

The scientist Ian Wilmut, the Roslin Institute scientist in Edinburgh who cloned Dolly the sheep is outraged at the groups' plans. Wilmut created dolly, the first viable clone of a sheep, in 1995. The nucleus of an adult sheep's somatic cell was placed into a sheep egg cell that had had its nucleus removed. The resulting cell was then implanted in a surrogate mother sheep and allowed to develop normally, resulting in Dolly.

Expert's claim there is a high rate of failure in the cloning process of any animal species indicating a vast number of surrogate mothers would be necessary for success. Scientists state that the reported 50 surrogate mothers, volunteering for the program may be enough.

The cult leader Claude Vorilhon, former French sports reporter and auto enthusiast, believes humans are the cloned species from space aliens. He claims that members of the group are actually descendants of an alien race. He also believes the group has been given the authority to clone their own group. The bazaar cult was founded in 1973 and claims to have 50,000 members globally.

 

The Raelians are not alone in the desire to clone humans. Randolfe H. Wicker who is world's first pro-human cloning activist who founded the world's first group, the Clone Rights United Front, in 1997. Gregory Pence, Ph.D. - who is a bioethicist in support of human cloning. Dr. Pence teaches at the University of Alabama in Birmingham. He is the author of "Who's Afraid of Human Cloning?" and the author of "Re-creating Medicine". Both men would like to see human cloning a reality although for different reasons.

Pro-cloning advocates declare there would be practical applications, by producing much-needed genetically matched organs for heart, kidney, and liver patients awaiting transplants as well as other useful applications to cure illness and disease.

Many opponents disagree and numerous theological experts question the moral-sociological and spiritual implications which cloning suggests. There is also concern that scientist would be tempted to start a selective breeding program in attempts to produce a superior race and an improved species as was attempted by Nazi German scientists in the mid 1930's.

With this type of advanced cloning technology, couples could possibly terminate any imperfect embryo in favor of a perfected one. Another concern is that due to the life span of known cloned animals, it is thought that the human life span would be greatly reduced and other unforeseeable genetic problems would erupt.

 

 

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Could you be targeted by a cult?

By Colleen Johnston © 2000

 

One can hardly turn on a television without getting bombarded with aliens, UFO's or the high strangeness of the paranormal realm. A Roper poll released in 1999 states that twenty-five percent of the population would be able to handle alien spaceships landing on their front lawn. Another informal poll claimed that sixty percent of the population believes in intelligent extraterrestrial life. Other polls have been conducted that support a majority of people had had some type of unusual experience that defied logical explanation. Obviously these astonishing events are undeniably occurring throughout the world that cannot be swept under the carpet any more. Incidents are being captured on camcorders and being reported by 100s of people daily. No wonder the media has jumped on the bandwagon to promote it.

We live in a time of paradox, many theologians agree we are slipping deeper into in the midst of planetary upheaval with worldwide political destabilization. Signs that seem to indicate we are entering a time of apocalyptic prophecy while others live completely oblivious to what's happening, anesthetized by material pursuits. Many false revelators are currently cashing in who proclaim to have the answers behind these exceptional events. The list includes those who lead charismatic UFO, self styled Christian or new age cult groups.

With increasing numbers of regular people experiencing paranormal phenomena on an up close and personal basis, it's becoming easier for cult groups to intercede. Someone gets involved because they are at a loss for what's happening and are looking for clarification; often coming up empty handed after searching traditional routes. Sequentially, experiencers turn to UFO/Christian/ new age blended groups trying to make sense out of it all. These pseudo-Christian congregations are extremely dangerous, because they will provide feasible explanations often combined with traditional Christian doctrines. The groups are ingenious in their presentation and are very skilled manipulators of the human psyche. Once a person relates to the cults infrastructure, it is almost guaranteed they will get indoctrinated.

 

Don't chuckle; if conditions are favorable and you experienced an unexplainable event repeatedly you could end up being targeted. There are key elements that cult groups look for in a person's overall persona that can play a major roll in cult recruitment. They often look for people who are searching for answers to help them understand a traumatic or anomalous event in which they have no answers. A divorce, family crisis, UFO sightings possible alien abduction experiences or other extraordinary events leave a person bewildered and in a defenseless state of mind.

Other circumstances include single parents who are having difficulty raising their children. People that have little or no family contact who have a low self-esteem, or place others before their own needs. They especially look for people who have difficulty in saying no to anything even when they want to.

Cult leaders look for positive attributes as well. Anyone who is open minded, inquisitive, creative or who are unsure and searching in his or her belief about God. They also look for people who donate time, energy or money to humanitarian projects or people who are very enthusiastic in their belief in God, Jesus Christ, or alien life forms. Cult leaders are on the lookout for anyone who fits the above criteria, regardless of gender, race, education, religious affiliation or social standing. It happens to thousands of people a year that seriously believe they were too intelligent to get involved, Think it can't happen? Think again!

 

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UFO Cults with the Potential to Kill

© Colleen Johnston (original article 1999 revised 2003)

We've all heard about Jim Jones of the ill-fated Jonestown in Jonestown, Guyana and in recent years, named groups such as a few deaths surrounding the group Scientology, David Koresh of the Branch Davidians, and the UFO Cult, Heaven's Gate led by Marshall Applewhite.

Recently another fatal religious cult in Rushojwa, Uganda led by Dominic Kataribabo, a defrocked Roman Catholic priest who some locals believe ordered the death of nearly a thousand of the 'Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God' believers. According to survivors of the movement, sect members demanded the return of possessions they had surrendered to the cult after the world failed to end on Dec. 31, when UFO filled with Demons didn't attack as the leaders had predicted - supposedly was the reality that triggered the killings. Do you know that a few of these above-mentioned groups have an underlying UFO ideology behind their philosophy?

Followers of the Stella Maris Church, headed by Rogelio Perea, which describes itself as a Gnostic based organization that believes in alien life. In December of 1999, 100 members headed out to the Sierra Nevada Mountains in two groups disappeared in northern Colombia after they went to rendezvous with a UFO they believed would save them from "the end of the world."

Prior to mass suicide/murder of the aforementioned cult group members, little warning was given nationally to the nature of such groups and if anything, their inner workings or belief structure. No one had heard about these groups because at best they were reported on local levels. Reports locally might have come in the form of a police report usually called in from a concerned cult member's family or a disturbance/nuisance report by a neighboring citizen. Is history going to be repeating it's self once more? I am a firm believer in the constitution, which allows for all religious freedom, we should have a right to worship God in a way we understand him. Yet, we have to look closely and monitor dangerous groups. What defines the normal perimeters of how a majority of society worships God verses cultic behaviors? There are factors, which separate the two, even though some groups come close to crossing into each other.

The word cult comes from the Latin cultis, which means in the secular term, worship. Cults (both UFO or otherwise) will tend to place conventional as well as non-conventional beliefs into one basket. To someone who is confused about their belief system, or having a true paranormal experience, alien abduction, some cultic doctrines will make sense to them because of the conventional overtones. Not all cult groups result in death, but from those that do, there are significant factors involved, which could potentially lead members to commit mass suicide.

There is one such group with a membership that's between 600 and 800, (I stand corrected, now numbering 20,000 according to an extremely agitated current cult member) called the United Nuwaubian Nation of Moors that resides near Eatonton, Georgia, which bears watching. The movement also goes by other names, including ''Right Knowledge'' and ''Ancient Mystic Order of Melchizedek.'' but bills itself as a "fraternal organization." The Nuwaubians blend ancient Egyptian, Christian, Islamic, as well as Judaism, UFO mindsets into an apocalyptic end time’s belief system, which will most likely produce fatal results once the cult has time to grow. According to the groups doctrine headed by Nuwaubian leader "Malachi Z" who's name is actually Dwight York, who served time in New York in the 1960s for assault, resisting arrest and possession of a dangerous weapon.

The Nuwaubians, primarily consisting of African Americans, first came to Eatonton, GA in Putnam County in 1993 from Brooklyn, N.Y., where the group was known as the Ansaru Allah community, a segregationist religious sect that incorporated Muslim traditions. Nuwaubian leader Malachi York was then known as Isa Muhammad. Nuwaubians initially dressed in cowboy-type garb and claimed York was an extra-terrestrial from the planet "Rizq."

York, 55 (at the time the article was first written) has claimed to be from a galaxy called Illyuwn and has said that in 2003 spaceships are going to descend from the sky and pick up a chosen 144,000 people for a rebirth. Most recently, York has referred to himself as Chief Black Eagle, a reincarnated leader of the Yamassee Indians. They believe, according to reports from former cult members,  that the spaceships will come to complete this rescue.

What makes this group so dangerous is its charismatic group leader York and the basic UFO ideology behind their belief system. His doctrine indicates an "end" will come but not giving an actual date when the spaceships will come, even after stating the 2003 earmark.  All groups who have committed suicide had such a doctrine firmly laced within its overall philosophy. One of the members, who is now group spiritual advisor Marshall Chance, a former Baptist minister, was quoted as saying, "We're all awaiting the coming of the real Messiah. We are a biblical people. If it's not in the Bible, then we're not concerned about It." which contradicts the unusual belief of its founder and some of the members with the UFO ideology. The group has all the earmarks set in place to become the next Jonestown. Although they claim to allow its members to come and go as they please, the group encourages communal living on the 19-acre tract where the fraternity-gathering hall in the Nuwaubian village of Tama-Re the "new Egypt", is located. It's been factually stated by former members that the famous actor Snipes is also involved at some levels with the group and has financially contributed to the infrastructure . It is only time before York claims to be either the Messiah or the right hand man, either way his ideology is dangerous and deceptive.

We live in a time of paradox; many theologians agree we are slipping deeper into in the midst of planetary/social/religious upheaval with worldwide political destabilization. Signs that seem to indicate we are entering a time of apocalyptic prophecy are evident. Many false revelators are currently cashing in who proclaim to have the answers behind these exceptional events. In the midst of those, there are many dangerous apocalyptic groups who will ultimately destroy themselves. The list includes those who lead charismatic UFO groups, self-styled Christian or new age Christ/alien channeling cult groups.

With increasing numbers of regular people experiencing paranormal phenomena, alien abduction or other UFO related anomalies on an up close and personal basis, it's becoming easier for cult groups and their leaders to intercede. Someone gets involved because they are at a loss for what's happening and are looking for clarification; often coming up empty handed after searching traditional routes. Sequentially, experiencers turn to UFO/Christian/new age blended groups trying to make sense out of their personal experiences. These pseudo alien indoctrinated/Christian congregations are extremely dangerous, because they will provide feasible explanations often combined with traditional Christian convictions. This makes feasible such ideologies will  in fact hold a semblance of reality to the experiencer. The groups are ingenious masters in their presentation and once a person genuinely relates in some way to the cult infrastructure, it is almost guaranteed they will get indoctrinated.

Don't snicker; if conditions are favorable and you experienced an unexplainable event repeatedly, and you had to have answers to the enigma -- you could end up being targeted. There are key elements that cult groups look for in a person's overall persona that can play a major roll in cult recruitment. They often look for people who are searching for answers to help them understand a traumatic or anomalous event in which they have no explanation. A divorce, family crisis, UFO sightings or possible alien abduction experiences including other extraordinary events leave a person bewildered and in a defenseless state of mind. Other circumstances include single parents who are having difficulty raising their children. People that have little or no family contact who have a low self-esteem, or place others before their own needs. Also targeted are people who have difficulty in saying no to anything even when they want to.

Cult leaders look for positive attributes as well. Anyone who is open minded, inquisitive, creative or who are unsure and searching in his or her belief about God. Leaders look for people who donate time energy or money to humanitarian projects or people who are very enthusiastic in their belief in God, Jesus Christ, or alien life forms. Cult leaders are on the lookout for anyone who fits the above criteria, regardless of gender, race, education, religious affiliation or social standing. It happens to thousands of people a year, people who seriously believe they were too intelligent to get involved, Think it can't happen? Think again! There are hundreds of these types of groups around, some boasting membership that excels into the tens of thousands.

Jim Jones of the Peoples Temple, (who by the way had an extreme interest in the UFO ideology) leader of the 1978 Jonestown sect had this written over his altar. "Never forget the past, if you forget the past you're doomed to repeat it." Are the Nuwaubians, Raelians, Scientologist or other UFO millennium-spurred groups next to repeating this type history as the group who’ve come before them? Marshal Applewhite the leader of the Heavens Gate group appeared to be a very benevolent and innocuous to the majority people who came in contact with him or his followers. Such groups, if left unchecked, will become another part of history within the ranks of cult members who have given their lives so senselessly all in the name of some of these Universal gods and alien deities.

 


Mind Control Cults and Getting Support

  By Colleen Johnston © 2003

  There are different types of cults, with various doctrines, as well as those who subject followers to a variety of mental, mind-controlling  techniques.  Currently great numbers of end time groups have emerged on the scene with an apocalyptic message and  fevered passion. Some only mildly affect an attendee's psyche while others inflict major psychological damage that can affect the person for years afterwards. In the case where someone stays in a cult for many years the mind control technique used is layered on like sections of an onion, the subliminal damage may affect the person for many years later. Every aspect of control will affect all corners of the ex-cult member's lifestyle, triggering them mentally, emotionally at different times under different situations or conditions.

Support groups or private counseling benefit the person who has been in a group even a very short while and such counselors are a necessity for those who’ve been in a group a year or longer.  The longer someone is in a group the deeper the  control goes and it's takes someone who's knowledgeable to know how to find and peel the onion layers off.. Some forms of mind control are often very subliminal and cult abuse will permeate all aspects of living. I'll give a case in point here.

One young woman who got involved with a UFO channeling group for around three years became frustrated because she had lost the nerve to voice her opinion in front of small groups of people. She on all counts seemed to be a very assertive positive person; a confident woman until it came to addressing a room full of her piers. She would completely freeze up and start to stutter, she even became lightheaded every time the focus shifted on her to speak her opinion at a business luncheon or meeting. Yet, she had no trouble with conversation and closing business deals if it were a one to one setting.

 She had been out of the cult group for close to two years without counseling and thought she was doing fine. She basically swept the idea of going to a therapist under a rug without giving it much thought.

One afternoon,  the employer had asked her to speak at a small business luncheon dealing with their company growth. She agreed, thinking that a small group might be okay. Seven prepared her topic. However, with less than 12 hours before the meeting her heart began to pound in her chest the night before the engagement. She became restless and highly agitated without understanding why. She lay in bed semi-awake listening for the alarm to go off and may have slept a couple of hours. She felt physically ill and feverous off and on.  By morning, she had begun to run  a high fever and was completely exhausted. She became anxious, her head was swimming and her throat became very sore. A few hours before the late morning meeting, she was psychologically as well as physically ill she had to cancel. Her boss, didn’t have time to find a replacement, and had to rush to reschedule the meeting. Once she had called in to work, she immediately started feeling better, which dumbfounded her, but the short notice nearly cost her, her job.

What she didn't recognize was while in the channeling group; she was repeatedly told to shut up and to listen because she couldn't learn if she was talking and she was ignorant and was without any special knowledge. It was reiterated that she couldn’t possibly know as much as the channel, simply if she would raise her hand to offer a suggestion or to ask the channeled being a question. The other group members would nod in unison and the woman would humbly apologize. The charismatic leader of this seemingly benign group had implemented many forms of mind control techniques on all his followers.  One way was to dominate a conversation and belittle the assembly if they spoke out of turn during meetings. Yet these people didn't appear to have any appearance of being a cult. They didn't live in a compound, or controlled community. They didn’t wear unusual clothing and had no set religious beliefs, if anything a combination of beliefs.

  About twenty-five members met once a month in a larger group to discuss various sightings and UFO reports and a smaller selected group of around fifteen people met twice monthly to listen to a supposed ancient alien master which channeled through the leader about events to come. The smaller group had one thing in common; each believed they had some type of alien contact experience and other anomalous experiences where missing time was involved. She had several episodes of missing time and had a UFO sighting. She stated she was earnestly looking for answers to the enigma when the UFO expert invited her to the smaller sessions.

The group leader had psychologically managed to break the young woman's spirit if she questioned any of the channeled information by repeatedly reinforcing within her that her opinion/questions or voice didn't matter.  He achieved this by setting the group in a circle and after the channeling sessions opening it up for group questions. If she would ask a question that was against what the group leader taught or one that would prompt others to think beyond group teachings -- he would chastise her in front of the others making her opinion  and thoughts appear invalid.

Every time others would focus their attention towards her, she was subliminally conditioned to believe she was making some type of a mistake and expected retribution on an unconscious level if she said anything at all. She ended up in counseling and dealt with several other layers of insecurity the leader laid upon her that affected all aspects of her life.

Her story is typical of how subtle forms of mind control works to permeate life outside of the group mindset, even for years afterward. Support is important part of recovery and is best if it's done in a professional setting with qualified therapists. Exit groups are okay as long as there is a qualified therapist involved to help someone who triggers in a major type of way. Finding the right therapy may take time, be patient. But please thoroughly check out any support group that is not part of the mainstream.

Unfortunately cult leaders head a small fraction of unknown support groups. In one case a rather large national cult awareness network. It originally became embroiled in a major legal battle, with a Science based cult that claims membership in the hundreds of thousands.  The cult awareness network had no recourse, it hadn’t needed dollars to fight, so it was forced to close up shop, but not before the cult group bought the rights to use the name of the group. It is now being used as a recruitment and disinformation center; often indoctrinating ex-cult members with a pro cultic agenda once they contact the group!

ALWAYS ask for accreditation, as well as ask for professional associations before jumping headfirst into a support group.  Support groups ran by former cult members are okay, if there is also professional help coupled with the support. Help is out there, and it’s very confidential, don’t be surprised if you need it, even years out of a group. Learn to recognize aspects of control and how it affects your everyday life as well as those you are involved with such as family and co-workers..

Most of all be patient with your self to overcome mind controlled doctrine, because it takes time. Once past the control  and after learning what the control triggers are, the sky is the limit to moving forward into healthy relationships with others and developing a positive self-esteem. 

 

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