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CANADA - JULY 26: Members of the Raelian Cult march in street parade In Montreal, Canada On July 26, 2002-Members of the Raelians dance as they parade down St. Catherine street, protesting the catholic church. (Photo by MC INNIS ALLEN/PONOPRESSE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

CANADA - JULY 26:  Members of the Raelian Cult march in street parade In Montreal, Canada On July 26, 2002-Members of the Raelians dance as they parade down St. Catherine street, protesting the catholic church.  (Photo by MC INNIS ALLEN/PONOPRESSE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

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A member of the Raelian Movement writes a message reading 'Free your breasts, Free your spirit' on the body of a woman during the group's Go Topless rally on August 25, 2013 in Paris. AFP PHOTO / PIERRE ANDRIEU (Photo credit should read PIERRE ANDRIEU/AFP/Getty Images)

A member of the Raelian Movement writes a message reading 'Free your breasts, Free your spirit' on the body of a woman during the group's Go Topless rally on August 25, 2013 in Paris. AFP PHOTO / PIERRE ANDRIEU        (Photo credit should read PIERRE ANDRIEU/AFP/Getty Images)

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MIAMI BEACH, UNITED STATES: A member of the East Coast Raelian Movement heads a march in the streets of South Miami Beach to conmemorate International Women's Day 06 March 2005. The members of this philosophical sect were stressing the theme of femininity. International Women's Day will be celebrated worldwide 08 March. AFP PHOTO /Roberto SCHMIDT (Photo credit should read ROBERTO SCHMIDT/AFP/Getty Images)

MIAMI BEACH, UNITED STATES:  A member of the East Coast Raelian Movement heads a march in the streets of South Miami Beach to conmemorate International Women's Day 06 March 2005. The members of this philosophical sect were stressing the theme of femininity. International Women's Day will be celebrated worldwide 08 March.  AFP PHOTO /Roberto SCHMIDT  (Photo credit should read ROBERTO SCHMIDT/AFP/Getty Images)

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SANTA MONICA, UNITED STATES: Raelian believer Debbie Weaver of Los Angeles bare her breast as she marches with other Raelians as they march in Santa Monica, California, 06 March 2004 to draw attention to their movement and to commemorate Women's Day which falls on 08 March. The bare-breasted march was to protest the myth of God who they claim is responsible for centuries of repression inflicted upon women. The women said they were baring their breasts to symbolicly reclaim their sensuality stolen by puritan, patricarchal, guilt-filled dogma. The women were required to cover their nipples by law for the public march. The Raelians are proponents of human cloning and believe mankind comes from extra-terrestrials. AFP PHOTO / Robyn BECK (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)

SANTA MONICA, UNITED STATES:  Raelian believer Debbie Weaver of Los Angeles bare her breast as she marches with other Raelians as they march in Santa Monica, California, 06 March 2004 to draw attention to their movement and to commemorate Women's Day which falls on 08 March.  The bare-breasted march was to protest the myth of God who they claim is responsible for centuries of repression inflicted upon women. The women said they were baring their breasts to symbolicly reclaim their sensuality stolen by puritan, patricarchal, guilt-filled dogma. The women were required to cover their nipples by law for the public march. The Raelians are proponents of human cloning and believe mankind comes from extra-terrestrials.  AFP PHOTO / Robyn BECK  (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)

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Claude Vorilhon, the Raelian sect leader who claims that his sect-run firm Clonaid has created the first human clone, helds a news conference through the Internet at a Seoul hotel 04 August 2003. He, known as Rael, was denied entry to South Korea last weekend after nine hours of detention at Incheon International Airport, west of Seoul. AFP PHOTO/CHOI JAE-KU (Photo credit should read CHOI JAE-KU/AFP/Getty Images)

Claude Vorilhon, the Raelian sect leader who claims that his sect-run firm Clonaid has created the first human clone, helds a news conference through the Internet at a Seoul hotel 04 August 2003. He, known as Rael, was denied entry to South Korea last weekend after nine hours of detention at Incheon International Airport, west of Seoul. AFP PHOTO/CHOI JAE-KU  (Photo credit should read CHOI JAE-KU/AFP/Getty Images)