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Mutwa, Vusamazulu Credo - And the train crash



Type of Spiritual Experience


There is every reason to believe that the systems that can be accessed during prophecy are not just ‘natural’ systems.  The composers appear to have access to our man made systems too.  There are people, for example, who have decided not to go on a plane or a train that has crashed, because they had a deep seated feeling that something was not right.  Here the composer has tapped into the systems of the plane or train and the system that caused the crash.  Maybe the person was thinking about the flight/train journey when they fell asleep the day before and the composer has used this trigger to run a simulation of the flight/train systems and all the systems connected with it.  The composer passes the results of the simulation back to the requestor and the person then receives it as a dream or a ‘vision’ – a feeling.  

A description of the experience

Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa – Zulu Shaman [Dreams, Prophecies and Mysteries]

I always used to commute by train between Soweto and Johannesburg.  One day I had a very strange dream that a train was on fire and that I could not get out.  I was trapped by the flames.

Late in the afternoon on the return journey to Johannesburg something forced me not to take the train that I usually took, namely the 6.30 train to Nalady.  The train came to the platform and I felt glued to my seat at the platform, unable to move, refusing to move.  The train was quickly filled with people and then roared away, leaving me on the platform.

The logical part of my mind was wondering why, but I was becoming increasingly familiar with this sort of thing; and so I just waited patiently for the next train.

I took the following train and just when we reached a station called Jaboulani in Soweto, our train stopped.  A hideous scene of carnage greeted our eyes.  Ahead of us there had been a terrible accident involving the train which I should have boarded, the 6.30 train.

The train was on fire and many people were lying dead, some horribly mangled, along the stretch of railway that ran next to the burning train.  The train I would have been on had caught fire and people had panicked and jumped out of the windows; and as they ran across the rails, an express train coming in the opposite direction ploughed into these people and killed many of them.

The source of the experience

Mutwa, Vusamazulu Credo

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