Raël The Alien Prophet True Story: Where is Claude Vorilhon, French man who met aliens & founded UFO religion?
Due to the presence of aliens and UFOs in reality, Raël: The Alien Prophet is considered to be among the most unique and gripping docuseries yet-
Raël: The Alien Prophet was released on Netflix on February 7, 2024, and as expected the French docuseries became the talk of the town among fans on social media. Due to the presence of aliens and UFOs in reality, Raël: The Alien Prophet is considered to be among the most unique and gripping docuseries yet. Netflix's docuseries dives deep into the world of a controversial French cult known as the Raëlian Movement, which claimed that it created the world's first human clone in the early 2000s. Since you have landed on this page, True Scoop News assumes that you have already watched or planning to watch Raël: The Alien Prophet on Netflix and therefore have multiple questions related to real-life French journalist Claude Vorilhon who later came to be known as Raël. Below is everything you need to know about Claude Vorilhon and his cult movement.
Who was Claude Vorilhon?
Talking about Raël: The Alien Prophet's True Story, showcases how a French sportswriter & racing driver named Claude Vorilhon claimed to have met with aliens and visited their UFO multiple times, during which time they shared their gospel with him. So was born the Raëlian religion. Claude Vorilhon who now goes by Raël, was at the centre of the Raëlian Movement, which traded in a series of seemingly bizarre ideas. Chief among them was the alleged birth of the first human clone, Eve, which was supposedly conducted as part of the belief that cloning would lead to reincarnation.
Notably, Claude claimed that after an extraterrestrial encounter in December 1973, he formed the Raëlian Movement and changed his name to Raël. After that, he published several books, which detail the encounter with a being called Yahweh in 1973.
Rael's book titled Le Livre qui dit la vérité and it claimed that Claude had an alien visitation on 13 December 1973. In a secluded area within a French volcanic crater, an extraterrestrial being came out of a craft that had descended gently from the sky, and told him, in French, that he had come for the sole purpose of meeting with him. Raël said he was given a message by this alien and told that it was his mission to pass this message on to the people of Earth. Hence, an Alien-based religion was founded.
Notably, Claude aka Rael is still alive and he currently lives in Japan as shown in the Netflix docuseries. He continues to garner followers.