KANYE West has been banned from Twitter for an allegedly anti-Semitic post that has emerged as a symbol of the alleged UFO-worshipping cult, The Raël Movement.
On Dec. 2, Kanye — who goes by the name Ye — tweeted an image of a swastika in a Star of David.
He wrote in his tweet, “YE24 LOVE EVERYONE #LOVESPEECH.”
Ye was suspended over the tweet and Elon Musk said he wanted to “slap Kanye personally.”
“That’s not cool,” the tech titan said on Saturday, referring to the tweet.
Many people thought it was an anti-Semitic symbol, but it actually has deeper roots.
It turned out to be the badge of an alleged cult that has 50,000 members in 85 countries, reports The NY Post.
The members call themselves Raëlians and have their own theory about the beginning of the world.
The group believes that “all life was created by the Elohim, who were extraterrestrials visiting Earth from another planet,” Glen Carter, president of the British Raelian Group, told Vice.
Although the Raëlian symbol contains objectionable material, it has been claimed by a member of the Raëlian movement that it is not what it appears to be.
Houari told Newsweek in 2020, “Don’t worry, it has nothing to do with Jews and Nazis.”
The Raëlian said that the star in the symbol points up and down, representing infinity, and that the swastika represents the cycle of time.
The outlet said the logo was allegedly seen by founder Claude Vorhilon – later known as Raël – on a spacecraft during his first UFO encounter in France in 1973.
Claude reportedly had a conversation with an alien named Yaheh.
“Listen to me carefully,” the alien said as Claude recalled the conversation in his book Intelligent Design.
“You will tell all the people about this meeting, but you will tell them the truth about what they are and what we are,” Yahweh allegedly said.
The Raël movement was founded a year later.
Raëlians believe that innovative technology will save humanity, but that technology can only be manufactured with enhanced intelligence that comes directly after sexual activity, The Post reports.
The group also claims that the human race was created by cloning aliens. They believe cloning is the key to eternal life, the outlet reported.
In 2000, Raëlians claimed to have received half a million dollars for cloning a human in a Third World laboratory. However, it is unclear what the result was, nor if the act was ever attempted.
It wasn’t until 2014 that the Raëlians’ pro-swastika views were made clear with a flying banner.
The banner, which followed behind a plane over the East Coast, prompted people to reconsider the symbol as part of the alleged sect’s International Swastika Rehabilitation Week.
Thomas Kaenzig, a Raëlian spokesman, told The Post: “It’s very important to reclaim [the swastika] and explain to the public that this symbol has a beautiful origin.”
The Raëlians are currently on a mission to establish an “embassy” on Earth — preferably in Jerusalem — so that scientists from the planet Elohim have a place to live when they return here, the outlet reports.
Houari previously told Newsweek that there is no “God,” only the “Elohim.”
The US Sun reached out to the Raël Movement for comment, but received no response at the time of publication.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/6857998/ufo-cult-rael-movement-kanye-west-swastika-symbol/ Inside the Raël Movement – a UFO-worshiping cult whose symbol led to Kanye West being booted from Twitter for anti-Semitism