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"UFO: A Message for Humanity"


Avery long time ago, human beings from another planet that our ancestors mistook for gods, came to Earth and thanks to their advance scientific knowledge, they created all life forms scientifically in laboratories.

These extraterrestrials - the Elohim of the Bible - contacted all the great prophets of our history including Moses, Jesus, Buddha, Mohammed and Rael, and gave them a Message of  hope and love for humanity. The Elohim want us to build an Embassy to officially come back on Earth once we've achieved world peace.

The Cambodian Raelian Association, a branch of the International Raelian Movement based in Switzerland, invites you to attend a FREE lecture about this amazing Message given to mankind.

- Date: Saturday February 8th 2014
- Time: 14:00 - 15:00
- Venue: Eden Park Restaurant#26, Str.370, Boeung Keng Kang 1, Chamkar Mon, Phnom Penh. Tel: 012651956, 012 896 021

"Intelligent Design" has already changed the lives of millions of men and women in more than 85 countries. It brings a new philosophy of love and fraternity adapted to the scientific age in which we live. If you are interested in reading this Message, go to: WWW.RAEL.ORG and download the FREE E-BOOK

For more information, please contact:
Khmer: 092 988 988
English: 095 810 987
Email: cambodia@rael.org



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