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"Let's pray for the SA entertainment industry, I see danger" Says A Trusted Facebook Prophet

Spirituality is always something that exists in our societies and prophecies. Some people say that they have been gifted with the ability to see into the spiritual world and receive messages from those who have lived to those who are living.

Spirituality has become part of our identity as humans because it provides us with a sense of identity and knowing that we might have a higher power that has an influence on our lives and guidance. 

And we see that this higher power has gifted certain people with the power of prophecies and healing, also sharing prophetic messages to those who need to hear them.

One of the most rapidly rising men in God, who is shown to be not only the quickest rising but also the most accurate. A

rising godly guy who is shown to be extremely precise in foreseeing and foretelling events. Mellontik Orasi, a Zimbabwean, has issued a scary prognosis about a South African actress he claims he sees dying.

According to this prophet, who properly predicted the outcome of the Zambian elections and current events, he once again demonstrated his worth when he revealed how bogus prophets will be embarrassed in Zambia.

We're talking about the man who predicted the death of Bram Stoker. Hugh Masekela was the man who predicted the last World Cup champions.

 Mellontik Orasi of the Mellontik Orasi ministration said that South Africa would lose a female character in acting in a Facebook forecast, but did not name the weekend.


Mellontik Orasi's devotees, on the other hand, swiftly stated that it doesn't matter if they pray because whatever he says comes true. We're curious as to who the actress is.

Do you think that this prophet might be up to something and that his prophetic warnings about the entertainment industry being in danger are true? Comment down below.

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Mellontik Orasi SA South African Zimbabwean


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