KEEPING IT RAËL: Were Jesus, Buddha, and Muhammad all Swastika-loving swingers from another solar system?

Episode 8 December 21, 2019 01:13:37
KEEPING IT RAËL: Were Jesus, Buddha, and Muhammad all Swastika-loving swingers from another solar system?
The Exile Hour
KEEPING IT RAËL: Were Jesus, Buddha, and Muhammad all Swastika-loving swingers from another solar system?
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Show Notes

On December 13, 1973 French automobile journalist and race car driver Claude Vorilhon purportedly experienced a physical encounter with what he believed to be an extraterrestrial human. This celestial being, which referred to itself as Yahweh, allegedly claimed to be a representative of a civilization from another solar system within the Milky Way referred to as the Elohim (meaning “Those who come from the sky”). Yahweh apparently went on to describe in detail how the Elohim were advanced scientists responsible for creating all life on Earth 25,000 years ago using DNA and advanced genetic engineering, eventually creating man in their own image. Vorilhon claimed that Yahweh also revealed to him that members of the Elohim appeared as terrestrial humans throughout history when having encounters with descendants of the humans they created in order to purposefully mislead them into believing that they were angels, cherubim, or gods. Prophets or messengers of the Elohim apparently included Buddha, Jesus, and Muhammad among others. Vorilhon purported to have been informed that he was in fact the last prophet, and was given the final message of the Elohim conveying to him that their purpose is to bring global awareness about the Elohim, and that if humans become peaceful and aware enough, they are prepared to return to Earth and be welcomed by all of humanity. Following his extraterrestrial encounter, Vorilhon changed his name to Raël (meaning "messenger of the Elohim") and founded the International Raëlian movement. On this episode of THE EXILE HOUR we are joined by U.S. Raelian Movement Communications Director and Head of Public Relations Felix Clairvoyant. Clairvoyant is also a certified massage therapist, personal trainer, and former molecular biologist. Additionally, he holds a Ph.D. in human sexuality. Join us as we probe the depths into such matters as sensual meditation, reptilians, whether or not Hitler was an alien prophet, human cloning as a means to achieve immortality, masturbation, "SlutWalk", the psychological inquiry into the phenomenon of increased UFO sightings since WWII, advanced alien technology, and the desire to bring back the swastika as a universal symbol of peace and cosmic order.

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