Thousands of years ago, human scientists from another planet came to Earth and used DNA and genetic engineering to create all forms of life, including human beings, whom they created in their own image. References to these scientists and their work can be found in the ancient texts of many cultures. Our primitive ancestors mistook them for gods because of their highly advanced technology, yet they often referred to them as “Elohim,” which in ancient Hebrew meant, “those who came from the sky.” This word can also be found in the original Hebrew Bible. (Genesis: 1:1)
Throughout the ages, the Elohim maintained contact with many Prophets, including Moses, Buddha, Jesus, and Mohammed (to name just a few). All of these were chosen by the Elohim to accomplish missions on Earth.
In 1945, Earth’s humanity entered the predicted Age of Apocalypse (or ‘Revelation’). In 1973, the Elohim contacted Rael, their last prophet and messenger, and asked him to make their final message known to all mankind. They also asked him to build an Embassy, where they can meet with us officially.
The Raelian Movement’s goals are twofold:
To spread worldwide the message that the Elohim gave Rael in 1973 and 1975. This message explains how the Elohim created all life on Earth, including humans: “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness.” (Genesis 1:26) In this message, we can find extraordinary values and keys that can help us become more harmonious beings, both physically and spiritually.
To build an Embassy on internationally recognized, neutral territory, where the Elohim can be officially welcomed and meet safely with our world leaders.