Aliens Want an Embassy to Welcome them in Jerusalem

As if Palestinians didn’t have enough to feel alienated about in the last half century now the Israeli Raëlians are trying to get permission to build an embassy in Jerusalem for the purpose of inviting the Elohim, a superior race of Aliens that created us all, back to Earth in what is probably the strangest title for a Blog post that I’ve ever written!!

Wait, wait, wait just one minute. What the heck are Raëlians and what do they want with Palestine you ask?

Quickly go to your medicine cabnit and get 2 asprins and a glass of water. Place these beside your computer screen. This is one of those come-with-me-and-all-your-questions-will-be-answered kind of moments.

Take a deep breath…

“Raëlism is a religious organization which believes that scientifically advanced extraterrestrials known as the Elohim (one of the words used to refer to God in the Torah) created life on Earth through genetic engineering, and that a combination of human cloning and “mind transfer” can ultimately provide immortality. Raëlism is a new religious movement and has been perceived by some people and governments as a cult.” [wiki]

Now…according to his* website…

On the 13th of December 1973, French journalist Claude Vorilhon* (now Rael) was contacted by a visitor from another planet, and asked to establish an Embassy to welcome these people back to Earth.

The extra-terrestrial human being was a little over four feet tall, had long dark hair, almond shaped eyes, olive skin, and exuded harmony and humor. Rael recently described him by saying quite simply, “If he were to walk down a street in Japan, he would not even be noticed.” In other words, they look like us, and we look like them. In fact, we were created “in their image” as explained in the Bible.

He told Rael that:

“We were the ones who designed all life on earth”
“You mistook us for gods”
“We were at the origin of your main religions”
“Now that you are mature enough to understand this,
we would like to enter official contact through an embassy”

Now while this may explain how the pyramids were built and why the Japanese are so tiny (and economically superior), Israeli Kobi Drori, a guide for the Raelian movement within Israel offers us a more detailed account…

“On December 13, 1973,” explains Drori, “a young French journalist called Claude Vorilhon saw a flying saucer. It landed close to him, and steps came down.”

Out of the spaceship, he relates, came a human-looking figure, roughly 130cm in height, who spoke to Vorilhon in perfect French, explaining that it “knew all the languages of the world”. For the next six days Vorilhon and the alien met once a day for an hour, during which time the alien explained why Vorilhon had been chosen. [article]

Wait! There’s more. You see these aliens left messages scattered amongst sacred texts on Earth transmitted through prophets…

For example, in Genesis, the Biblical account of Creation, the word “Elohim” has been mistranslated as the singular word “God”, but it is actually a plural word which means “those who came from the sky”, and the singular is “Eloha” (also known as “Allah”). Indigenous cultures all over the world remember these “gods” who came from the sky, including natives of Africa (Dogon, Twa, etc.), America, Asia, Australia, and Europe.

Leaving our humanity to progress by itself, the Elohim nevertheless maintained contact with us via prophets including Buddha, Moses, Mohammed, etc., all specially chosen and educated by them. [source]

So when it comes to Claude Vorilhon (or Rael) Kobi Drori says:

“It had chosen him for two very important missions,” …”First, to tell the people of the world who they really are. And second, our creators want to come back and meet us. But they respect us so much that they won’t come unless they are invited. And how do we invite them? By building them an embassy.”

Aha! An embassy!

So lets review…tiny men (who you can easily mistake to be Japanese) known as the Elohim came down from a UFO and told a French Journalist about how they created life and let human beings evolve on their own only to leave behind messages and prophets to spread the message about their origins, and being to well-mannered to just barge in on anyone without so much as a phone call the Elohim will wait until the humans build them an embassy; the universal sign of “HELLO, we’re Open”

And this lesson in foreign Alien history brings us to…the Jews:

…the Jewish people, says Drori, have a very special part to play in the aims of the Raelian movement.

“Everyone else,” he explains, “was created in laboratories. But Jewish people are a combination of the Elohim and man” – they are part Eloha, part human – “so they feel more emotional toward the Jewish people”. This, he continues, is why they want to build their embassy in Jerusalem: “To be among their children, their sons.” This, to an outsider, stirs up Orwellian overtones: “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.”

Currently, work on the Elohim Embassy in Jerusalem cannot proceed, since the Israeli government has not granted extra-territoriality to the land on which they propose to build.

Drori claims the Raelians were contacted by the Lebanese government that agreed to build them the embassy as long as they do not put their organization’s symbol on top of the building.

But why?

The Raëlian symbol, before 1991 and after

The symbol initially chosen by Raël for his movement…resembled a Star of David with the image of a swastika embedded in its center. According to official Raëlian statements, the swastika “represents infinity of time, and trace its origins to Sanskrit and Buddhist symbols, to the Chinese character for temple, and to ancient catacombs, mosques, and synagogues.” In 1991, the symbol was changed to remove the swastika, out of respect for the Jews. The original symbol is still in use in parts of Asia. Another possible motive was to help in negotiations with Israel for the building of a Raëlian “embassy” or ‘third temple of Israel’ to greet the anticipated Elohim space vessels, although Israel still flatly denies their request. The official reason given was a request from the Elohim to change the symbol.

Drori also claims that this movement is helping to bridge the gap between Jews and Arabs as the organization is also in Arab countries including Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Palestine, Qatar and Saudi Arabia? In fact it’s in practically in every country in the world although the only contact number I’ve been able to get is an email address which ends in (just add the country’s name as the prefix). And yes, the words “this looks suspicious”would be an understatement.

This would be a good time to take those asprins by the way.

An Elohim (or possibly a tiny Japanese man)
poses in front of his space ship for this photo


  • what the heck…

    yea and “God was playing with wales one day then…”

    “and he was stingy…”

    may God the Almighty take care of such people as soon as possible.

  • I am not about to comment on the ocntent of this enticing article. I would like to bring your attention to how organized the Raelians are, I have come in close contact with them and I was no less than impressed by the way they carry out their business.

  • Ya allah u made me go back in years when I first read about them, my eyes literally dropped out. I was young and I was so amused reading about them, it was as if I was reading a science fiction book 😀

    But now this piece of news is hilarious!

  • So lets get this straight. They these are supposed to be what we have mistaken for God. Little polite Japanese looking people who are asking our permission to beam down. Whatever happened to droughts, famine, flood, hell waters, birds of prey? Would these be the same little people asking to stop by for a visit?

  • My dream of Rodnet DAngerFEILD and Spaceships LEad Me to find out about Raelien and the connection between the two

  • Nas, I think this article is a perfect example of why blasphemy laws are such a bad idea. I mean, what if some nation stated that mocking or insulting the Raelian religion was criminal since it might offend some people. These people are right up there with the Scientologists. What a bunch of clowns. Some religions really due need to be denounced, such as these sci-fi cults.

    Also, another point to consider: Imagine if I were describing the tenants of the Islamic faith and thought some of them were silly and ridiculous. As I were describing those things I thought were absurd or just plain stupid to somebody, I punctuated the conversation with comments like:

    “Quickly go to your medicine cabnit and get 2 asprins and a glass of water. Place these beside your computer screen. This is one of those come-with-me-and-all-your-questions-will-be-answered kind of moments.”

    “This would be a good time to take those asprins by the way.”

    Imagine how mad some Muslims would be! Hell, some of them would probably be calling for my death for my lack of reverence for their religion.

  • You should be sorry Nas. If I and my fellow Raelians find a picture of you, we will burn you in effigy for this! Blasphemy agains the Elohim cannot be tolerated. Keep this up and they will vaporize you themselves. 😉

    What we Raelians really need is a celebrity spokesperson. The Scientologists have Tom Cruise and John Travolta among many others. All we Raelians have is some whacked-out French nobody. 🙁 Maybe we can talk Natalie Portman into joining our organization. I bet our membership would catch up with the Scientologists in no time if that happened.

  • ohhhhh ,religion , and some stupid one 2, this man is making a lot of money , and some stupid people are paying hi all over the world……
    smart thief

  • Here we go again! Not content of making a religion out of the account of the Elohim’s original visitation of Earth to the detriment and relegation of our scientific growth, the Raelian movement itself is being establishes as a New Age religion! Along with its fanatics, its scoffers, its antagonists. And why are people so entrenched in religion that they find it perfectly normal to believe in perfect immpotal spirit creatures who offer the path of enlightment to some sub-species in a stagnant backwater of the Universe, yet oppose the idea that superior life from another planet may have made contact with us in the past and may be doing so again in “the last days?”

  • sorry, but Rael’s ebook seems like a twist on why not to believe in a god. But their obvious non moralistic way of looking at things and behaving make them seem like bible mockers who hate what it represents rather than being athiest. Let live, I say, but don’t tread on other’s beliefs either. We all have the right to our own minds and beliefs. Try to be the best you can be and live in as peaceful a way as possible. If and when you meet “God”, then you may want to follow some code.

  • Shalom Aleichem

    I attended a meeting of this organization several years ago as members from Montreal were in Toronto. Interestingly enough, a few of them were also Jewish in background. I was asked, as an Israeli citizen to assist in this project.

    I found it intriguing, I still do, I find it more accepting than Islam for sure.


    Daniel Moshe Johnson

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