"The Christian religion or rather the missionaries that brought it behave like dictators they mistreated our people, humiliated them and they stole huge tracks of land from our people using the name of Jesus Christ," said Credo Mutwa One of the biggest missionary schools and one of the oldest missionary schools are found in Durban, Kwazulu Natal.
Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa was a Zulu sangoma from South Africa. He was well known as a writer of books that draw upon African folklore, conventional Zulu legends, extraterrestrial experiences and his very own experiences. Mutwa was born and bred in Zululand DC on the 21st of July 1921.
"Aliens/extraterrestrial are real. Credo Mutwa has encountered them. I often spend time with them in higher planes and dimensions traveling through the 4th dimension. Some are good and some are bad. Some want the planet to be the safe heaven. Some want it to remain hell(lower v)", his tweet
Writing and poet Wally Serote thinks that the late traditional healer Credo Mutwa left the country with the tools it needs to fight off the Covid-19 virus. Mutwa died in March after getting sick for a while. It was just a few days before South Africa went into lockdown.
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Traditional healer Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa has died. His foundation has confirmed the death, but is yet to release a statement with more details. The 98-year-old author is known for his books that draw upon African mythology, traditional Zulu folklore, extraterrestrial encounters and his own personal encounters. The news has hit Twitter users, and condolence messages have already started pouring in for the storyteller. Credo Mutwa’s fans have always been very vocal on social media on how South Africa (g
The spiritual world opened its doors in the wee hours of the morning and welcomed a soul that opened hidden African portals and woke his people. We shall not mourn but celebrate and continue where he left of. As we bid farewell to the late Credo Mutwa it would be wise to go back in time and learn about his life. Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa was well known and celebrated by Black people who believed in African Spirituality, it's sad to write about him in the past tense but knowing that in the spiritual realm he li
Born in the Natal region on the 21 of July 1921 Mutwa was well-known for some of his prophesies that have since come to pass, A staunch believer of the African Culture and its abilities Mutwa was a worldwide renowned Spiritual leader. Credo Vulamazulu Mutwa the real africanist we have ever known is no more, he have been in and out of hospitals since last year due to the old age. Mutwa has attracted a worldwide admiration due to his prophesies most of which have since come to pass. Mutwa was the one who
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South Africans of all colours have joined forces to bid farewell to Mkhulu Credo Mutwa who passed on earlier today. The last clip shared on Twitter shows a disgruntled and sad Credo Mutwa, He said during the interview that he was tired of warning and begging people to listen to his prophesies, beacause people call him a wizard. Here is the link to the clip below : https://mobile.twitter.com/morakemmotla/status/1242793676625137664 There were several replies from other users in reaction to this clip share
A man who claimed he had predicted Shona Ferguson's death is back with another prophecy and the prophecy is more interesting as it is based on the existence of Aliens. It is always a debate as the topic about Aliens is brought as some of the people don't believe about the existence of Aliens while some do believe
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Renowned African Traditional healer and author Credo Mutwa has died. He was 98 years old. Mutwa was a well-known author of books that draw upon African mythology, traditional folklore, extra-terrestrial encounters as well his personal encounters. His most recent book Tree of Life Trilogy is predicated on his most famous piece of literature, a book titled Indaba My Children. Mutwa was an Isanuse, a type of diviner in the Zulu culture. He and his wife Virginia ran a hospice clinic in Kuruman. In 1974, he obta
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The South African traditional healer Credo Mutwa has passed away on Wednesday morning. The Credo Mutwa foundation confirmed the passing of the 98-year-old. Real names, Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa is a Zulu sangoma (traditional healer) from South Africa. The traditional healer was born on born 21 July 1921, he is known as an author of books that draw upon African mythology, traditional Zulu folklore, extraterrestrial encounters and his own personal encounters. His most recent work is a graphic novel called the T
Sorrow and condolences sent to a well known prophet, tradition healer, author and cultural historian Bab' Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa who died at the age 98 on Wednesday 2020. Credo was known by his supporters and followers as a prophet, diviner who predicted a number of domestic and international events of the significance such as the Soweto Uprisings of 1976 and 1993 assassination of the leader Chris Hani, A cultural activist and profilic author whos works shed lights on African legends, customs and religious