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  • Clonaid - Raelian-affiliated company established to clone humans. Includes information about cloning, details of the company's technology, and news releases.
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  • International Committee Against Christian Calendar Imperialism in U.N.O. - Raelian initiative to convince the United Nations to convert from the "Christian calendar" to a system that is not related to any religious tradition.
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  • Message from the Designers - Official website for the Raelian Movement. Includes descriptions of beliefs and positions, organization structure, information for prospective members, and an online shop.
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  • Out of This World - Guardian Unlimited article about the relationship between the Raelian movement and the company, Clonaid, which is attempting to clone humans.
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  • Raëlian - Offers a skeptical perspective on Raëlian practices and beliefs.
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  • Behind a Cult and Cloning - New York Times article recounts the history of the Raelians and compares the movement to some historical antecedents, including the Oneida Community. [Requires free registration.] (December 29, 2002)
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  • Clone Ranger - Village Voice author Rebecca Segall interviews a Raelian and discusses the movement's reception in New York City and in the scientific community. (August 29, 2001)
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  • The Rael Deal - Article by Susan J. Palmer, a religion teacher who is writing a book about the Rael cult, discusses the movement's history and its involvement in human cloning. (June 01, 2001)
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  • Raël Love - Salon.com writer Taras Gresco relates experience with a gathering of Raelians and describes the movement's beliefs and history. (March 08, 2000)
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