The Public Access Films Broadcast By This ’80s California UFO Cult Are Totally Freakin’ Bizarre

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Image: Unarius - Academy of Science
Image: Unarius – Academy of Science

When Ernest died in 1971, Ruth took over as the organization’s head. She claimed to have received more messages from a higher plane of existence, and so she began working these into books. In fact, between 1972 and 1993 she published more than 80 titles.

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Image: YouTube/Bill Perrine
Image: via YouTube/Bill Perrine

Moreover, during this time, Ruth, who later became known as Uriel the Archangel, reinvented Unarius’ mission statement. She believed she’d been in contact with leaders from 32 planets, whom she planned to unite to establish an Interplanetary Confederation. She also predicted that spaceships from these planets would land on Earth in 2001.

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