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Credo Mutwa

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« on: May 09, 2008, 12:44:15 PM »

Behold! Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa.
Quoted by alien abduction nuts and general supporter of all  that is woo in SA. Wink
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« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2008, 10:27:28 AM »

Credo Mutwa is a great friend of David Icke David comes to South Africa regularly to see him.

David Icke has written many books on the New World Order, and reported on the belief that the world is run by shape shifting reptiles.  According to Icke, we are living in a world similar to the concept presented in The Matrix - or a mind prison.  The reptiles feed on our negative emotions, espessially fear.

This concept is not new to Credo Mutwa.  According to his cultural beliefs, the world is manipulated by a race of reptiles called the Chitahuri - "Children of the serpent"

The following radio interview sums up their views quite clearly, but it is quite long (1 hour 41 mins).

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« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2008, 11:32:42 AM »

Another interview with Credo Mutwa revealed what he believes the leader of the Chitahuri to be.

In Freemasonry, Jahbulon is the masonic name for God.  I have read in another source that it is a combination between Yahweh and Baal (similar to the way ancient Egyptian gods where combined).

I did find this in Wikipedia:
According to The Rev. Canon Richard Tydeman, in an address to the Supreme Grand Chapter of England on 13 November, 1985, the word is a compound of three Hebrew terms:

יהּ (Yah, I AM, which indicates eternal existence),
בּעל (bul, on high, in heaven) and
און (on, strength); pronouncing three aspects or qualities of Deity, namely Eternal Existence, Transcendence, and Omnipotence and equating to "The True and Living God - Most High - Almighty".[15]
According to author Stephen Knight, following Walton Hannah[16] the word is a compound of the names of three gods worshipped in the ancient Middle East.[17]

Jah (= Yahweh)
On, a name in Genesis in the Bible (in "Potiphar priest of On"), thought in older times to be a name of Osiris (but now known to be the Hebrew form of the Ancient Egyptian name of the city of Heliopolis).

This is also the name Credo Mutwa used for the leader of the Chitahuri: Jabulon [sic] or Umbaba-Samahongo-“the lord king, the great father of the terrible eyes”.

Accoring to Mutwa, the Chitahuri often suffer from an illness where their skin falls off to reveal raw flesh.  According to their ritual, the illness is cured by drinking the blood of a virgin after she has been exhausted and consumed with fear.

These Chitahuri apparently live in "The underground city of copper - Umbaba" where many people disappear.

He also claims the following:

But let me tell you one last thing:  After the disappearance of the 5 White school children, the police arrested a priest, a reverend of the White Reform Church, Reverend Van Rooyen.  It was said that it was Van Rooyen who was responsible for the disappearance of these poor White school kids.  And, he had been assisted by his girlfriend, who hand-picked these children.  Before Van Rooyen could appear in court, a very strange thing happened.  He and his girlfriend were shot in their little vehicle, a little 4x4 truck.  And, after they had been shot, the truck managed to come to a stop-a thing that a moving truck never does-and I was told, afterwards, by a White woman who knew Van Rooyen, that Van Rooyen and his woman had not committed this crime as the police had said to the newspapers.

They had actually been murdered.  Why?  Because Van Rooyen was found with a gunshot wound in his right temple, and yet, all of the people who knew him knew that he had been a left-handed man.  So, who murdered Van Rooyen and his woman?  It is one of the biggest and the ugliest mysteries in South Africa to date. 

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