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Byline: Myriam Marquez
The Raelians are about to set humanity straight. Well, more like set us loose, as in loosey-goosey. Because the Raelians believe in free love, no guilt and cloning babies until science one day finds life eternal.
Oh, yeah, they believe in space aliens, too.
Excuse me. I meant to say extraterrestrials who, it turns out, created man in their own image.
Or something like that.
It all began in 1973 when a 4-foot, olive-skin E.T. with almond-shaped eyes, black hair and a nicely shaped beard came down from a flying saucer. He _ it? _ paid a visit to Claude Vorilhon, a former journalist and race-car driver who says …