It is the spirit that creates matter and it is the spirit that creates the human body.

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The ideas of materialists are completely unreal and would completely collapse when they would start to consider the really important side of life as well, the spiritual side. Read more:

The previous entry of today dealt with dangerous comedians, scientists and writers about science who are materialists and try to live and explain life with considering the world of matter only and excluding the spiritual side of life.

I will now bring something completely different and that is of scientists and people and writers who write about such people who do not exclude the spiritual side of life from their life.

What now follows is something that highly upsets so-called scientists and blind believers in science and the reason for this is that they unconsciously feel that all their materialistic ideas are completely unreal and would completely collapse when they would start to consider the really important side of life as well, the spiritual side.

It is the spirit that creates matter and it is the spirit that creates the human body.

Here are excerpts of what I read today:

 

Zombie-making explained by experts

John Sibusiso Dlamini-Gcabashe, who claims to be the late maskandi musician, Khulekani “Mgqumeni” Khumalo, has explained that ukuthwebula was responsible for his transformation.

Experts differed slightly on their explanations of ukuthwebula, but they agree that Mgqumeni, who was buried in 2009, could not have fallen victim to ukuthwebula.

Ndela Ntshangase, a UKZN Zulu studies lecturer, and Nobongile Kakayo, a traditional healer from the Traditional Healers Organisation, explained the concept.

Ntshangase said there were very few people left who could still perform ukuthwebula.

“According to my research the practice of ukuthwebula is deteriorating, but it still exists,” he said.

Ukuthwebula takes place immediately after death. When a person dies suddenly, in a car accident for example, umthwebuli (a person who is able to peform ukuthwebula) at the scene of the accident captures the spirit of the person while their body is still warm. The body of the person is left behind, but a sign that a person has fallen victim to ukuthwebula is that their body doesn’t become stiff and cold as a dead being’s is supposed to (a process scientifically known as rigor mortis).

“The body doesn’t harden from the time of death through to the burial, it remains soft throughout,” said Ntshangase.

According to Kakayo, the body and the spirit are not separated during ukuthwebula, but the person (still alive) is captured and an animal is put in the captured person’s dody.

“The dead person is not really the human being they appear to be, it’s the animal that is left behind,” said Kakayo.

Ukuthwebula is done by umthakathi (a witch) who wants use you to help them perform their evil deeds.

It may also be a person who is jealous of your family and wants them to suffer pain,” said Kakayo.

Like Ntshangase, Kakayo said ukuthwebula happens in instances where a person’s death was sudden and unexpected. “The person may have died shortly after complaining of a headache or being involved in a car accident.”

Kakayo added that ukuthwebula was accompanied by signs. “The person may bleed until they are buried or look completely different in the coffin. The deceased body usually has features that the person never had in their life-time such as looking old when they actually died young or having a beard when they were a female.”

In spite of Ntshangase’s and Kakayo’s explanations of ukuthwebula they both do not believe that Mgqumeni has returned from the dead.

“The body would have already deteriorated by then, the spirit would not have a body to return to,” said Ntshangase.

Kakayo said although a person could be brought back from ukuthwetshulwa, it was not possible to do so if the person had been dead for more than six month. “I had a family approach me for help last year, but there was nothing I could do because five months had already gone by,” she said.

 

Now we just read about Mr Ntshangase and he seems to be a man with a lot of knowledge of the spiritual kingdom. Have a look at 2011 Nov 16 – Tokoloshe, there you can find more interesting information about things and events unseen by us, and about Mr Ntshangase.

May be our arrogant scientists, our dangerous comedians, humble themselves and go to Durban and listen to Lecturer Ndela Ntshangase and hear him telling them what the Zulus know about creating human beings and creating the rest of the material world.

We just read, “The deceased body usually has features that the person never had in their life-time such as looking old when they actually died young or having a beard when they were a female.”

Now when it is the subconscious that creates the environment of a person and when it is then also the subconscious that creates the physical body of a person then it becomes understandable that a change of such a physical body might occur when a change of the subconscious occurs.

So when one understands the basic rules of reality then something like Zombie making loses its mysterious character and becomes quite natural.

 

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