Kanye West was fired from Twitter on Dec. 2 for putting a swastika inside the Star of David — but it turns out the image was actually a sign of a UFO-worshipping cult, not a sign of rampant anti-Semitism. to be
Members of the sect insist that their symbol – offensive for obvious reasons – is not disrespectful to the Jewish people. As a RaÃ«lian named Huari said Newsweek In 2020, â€œDon’t worry, it has nothing to do with Jews and Nazis.â€
As Huari points out, this is represented by infinity – the star moving up and down – and time. A swastika that had no negative connotations before being adopted by Adolf Hitler for the Nazi Party in 1920 represents an era that never ends.
Spokespeople for the Ra’el Movement say the group’s symbol is what their founder, French racing journalist Claude Vorhilon, saw on the front of a spacecraft in 1973 during his first UFO encounter. He founded the movement a year later.
Among Raal’s beliefs: The advanced technologies that save humanity can only be created by the advanced intelligence that exists after sexual activity. So, the members are very inclined to have sex, and do it as often as humanly possible. Playboy even published the story In 2004, Raal had amazing photographs of the “chosen ones” called “Pink Angels” who are expected to store their sexual energy for aliens.
The group’s appreciation for the swastika became evident in 2014, when The Post reported that the Raelians spent $2,000 to fly a banner urging people to reconsider the hated symbol. It was part of the group’s International Swastika Rehabilitation Week. Raelian spokesman Thomas Kaenzig told The Post, “Recovery is very important.” [the swastika] and explain to the public that this symbol has a beautiful origin.â€
In 2000, Raul announced his intention to human clone the couple’s 10-month-old baby girl who died in a “medical accident”. In a third world laboratory. Rail’s teachings state that the human race originated by cloning aliens, and that cloning is the key to eternal life.
It is unclear whether this move was successful or even attempted.