Marie Collette (Rael's mother) Interview [English Subs]





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Uploaded on Oct 30, 2011

Claude Vorilhon Rael's mother (and aunt) interview on channel M6 France on 10 April 2000

English Transcript: Au Coeur du Massif Central, une petite ville de 5,000 habitants. It is here that Jesus' ½ brother spent his infancy. Rael, his real name is Claude Vorilhon, was raised by his aunt and his mother.

Interviewer: You never met ETs? You have never been inseminated by an ET?

Rael's mother: Who knows? Like the Saint Virgin. I was sleeping the window open... who knows? (she is laughing).

Voice in the background: Nevertheless Rael's father really exists. According to our information it was an Alsacian industrial refugee during the war. He was married and didn't recognize the child at birth.

Journalist interviewing the aunt: How was he during his infancy?

The aunt: an angel. He was very mild, kind, showing kind attentions.

Voice in background: Raised in a middle-class family the child doesn't miss anything. He lives protected by these two women that still support him with patience.

The aunt: Claude doesn't do any harm to anybody. We need a Jesus from time to time.

Colette: there are some curious things from time to time. My name is Marie-Colette, his father was working with wood. (There is nothing special by the fact that she is called Marie because every catholic family had Mary before the first name at birth. My name is Marie-Claire. All boys had Joseph before their first name. I don't know if it is still the case nowadays.)

The aunt: we have the right to dream and we had Jeanne-d'Arc... so why not?

For more information about the interview, visit: www.zelohim.org

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