Cloning and Eternal Life
I John 5:11-13
January 12, 2003
ARTICLE: Most of us have been watching the recent media coverage about the supposed first-ever cloning of a human. This announcement was made by a spokesperson for the cult, "Raelians." At this point, they have been unable or unwilling to produce the DNA evidence in order to prove they have cloned a human.
The Raelians claim the way to eternal life is by cloning yourself and then downloading your brain information to your new self - "instant presto, a new me!"
Just think: No more wrinkles - not just a face lift, but a complete body-lift! Imagine, hair without a transplant. Think about the implications:
1. In just nine months you could be a baby again...an instant weight loss program with no diet.
2. You could go from a full-size suit or dress to a diaper in 9 months.
3. Can you imagine...at birth all your education would be complete - grade school, high school and college... you would never have to attend a classroom.
4. The possibilities are unending.
I decided to go to the Raelian web site and download a little bit of information. It begins...
SCIENTISTS FROM ANOTHER PLANET CREATED ALL LIFE ON EARTH USING D.N.A.
Traces of this epic masterpiece of creation can be found in all religious writings. It is to them that Moses, Jesus, Buddha and Mohammed referred to. It is now time to welcome them.
On the 13th of December 1973, French journalist 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 was about four feet in height, had long dark hair, almond shaped eyes, olive skin and exuded harmony and humor. He told Rael, "we were the ones who made 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".
The messages d ...
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