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A conversation with Credo Mutwa

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posted on Jan, 9 2004 @ 11:42 PM
It has often been said that the Native Elders of any given tribe hold the keys to knowledge. This statement has never been more clearly confirmed than in the recent interview I had the great privilege to conduct with Zulu "Sanusi" (Shaman) Credo Mutwa, now nearing eighty years of age ...

We are honored to have this opportunity to present Credo Mutwa's experiences and knowledge with you. It is a most rare and much appreciated opportunity ...

A conversation with Credo Mutwa

posted on Jan, 9 2004 @ 11:48 PM
wow that was spooky I was just talking about him...

Cool thread man, I'll check out this link

Edit: Doh nm I already read this one, good read though

[Edited on 9-1-2004 by Lysergic]

posted on Jan, 9 2004 @ 11:57 PM
I've known of him for a few years, after reading David Icke's books. He sounds like an interesting person to meet.

posted on Jan, 10 2004 @ 12:22 AM
wow - what an amazing interview. thanks for the link

posted on Jan, 10 2004 @ 12:33 AM
I don't really believe some of the things that were said in the interview but I do find it interesting that Credo Mutwa uses a lot of African American tribes to explain what how their ancestors supposidly lived by...and what they had experienced.

posted on Jan, 10 2004 @ 01:30 PM
Yes thanks for the article. Very good reading

*Wonders if the reptilians are going to nuke an American city on 2/2/2004 to create some fear*

posted on Jan, 10 2004 @ 05:23 PM
Interesting reading for sure. Reptilians, eh? Scaryy stuff sometimes. Wonder if its true


posted on Jul, 20 2004 @ 12:36 PM
Wow, definately one of the best reads in months. I really loved the part in which he presumably eats the flesh of a grey.

posted on Jul, 20 2004 @ 01:22 PM
Interesting read but David Icke is a fringe paranoic. Anything he supports, I question. He sees Reptilian aliens around every corner and in the process gives the UFO community a bad reputation.

Here's my challenge to people that believe David Icke...I believe David Icke is a Reptilian alien...prove me wrong.

[edit on 7/20/2004 by Sinobyte]

posted on Jul, 20 2004 @ 01:33 PM
not sure what to make of it.

I was hoping he'd go into more detail about bigfoot, but he didn't.

Also I don't really understand the whole lizard thing on earth and eating a grey???

sounds like bs.

posted on Jul, 20 2004 @ 06:47 PM
if you like that interview, buy his book, i did and i loved it. Alot of different stuff in there not only cospiracies, but folk tales legend myths, everything.
I believe him, mostly because i believe shamaans play an important here in this world, but also because i heard of these things he discusses before i even had heard of him.

oh you can buy the book on amazon, jus do a search

[edit on 20/7/04 by Vault]

posted on Aug, 26 2011 @ 01:50 PM
I know this is a old thread, but or posterity sake thought I would post.

I personally have never really adopted the Reptilian viewpoint or background, but do find it interesting how it could be interpreted in regards to the Bible, ancient Sumerian/Akkadian beliefs/culture and belief.

I just finished watching nearly five hours of video of David Icke interviewing Credo yesterday. While the first video dealt with Chitahuli and His experience. Credo seemed to be totally convinced of the Chitahuli were the root cause behind et al. The stone representation of the Chitahuli Credo presents is a striking resemblance of those on Easter Island and others found through out history. One inconsistency that struck me was the account of the Gray alien he encountered of having a silver like suit, but yet the figure he portrays as a Gray is cast in a suit of gold. It is also interesting how he is able to tie the various nature of horned Reptilians into the current portrayal of the devil and the "chin horn" to that of the Egyptian beards. This seems to be suspect to me as being so easily explained and the biological ageing factor of the Reptilians far too well understood beyond that of any other claimant.

Credo Mutwa presents: The True History of Africa Also posted as David Icke & Credo Mutwa -- The Reptilian Agenda (Part One)

In the second video Credo seems to be a little less prone to focus on the Chitahuli, and is more oriented on Africa in the past and the politics thereof. During the interview it is almost as if he is talking circles around the subject matter and David Icke is trying to steer him or pander Credo into what He would like him to say or confirm. At one point it almost looks as if David Icke is bored out of his skull and perhaps even a little annoyed. None the less Credo does loosely assert that the Chitahuli are behind the events related to British rule in Africa, Australia and early America with regards to the indigenous people thereof. The similarities of the occupations appear to have played out in much the same fashion. Late in the second video there appears to be a splice where a previous segment has been cut in and then plays out to the end. It is hard to say if this was part of the original David Icke video or an error by who ever posted the version I watched. One also has to wonder which video came first, part 1 or part 2.

David Icke & Credo Mutwa -- The Reptilian Agenda (Part Two)

Credo in my humble opinion is a likeable guy with some form of charisma and wisdom. He does seem to be well educated and well travelled. There are a few claims I am not certain about such as being privy to secretly seeing Freemason rituals performed and His admittance to a secret warehouse of the British Museum of Humankind where no African is allowed to visit. These claims seem to be convenient to me as well as perhaps a little odd. But who knows...they could very well be true.

I am not trying to debunk Credo's account or claims, simply stating those things which I noticed or struck me as odd while watching the video. Overall, I found it very interesting and would not have been able to sit through five hours of it if I had not.

posted on Aug, 26 2011 @ 02:17 PM
reply to post by ThePook

Extarordinary claims require extraordinary proof.

I think David may be the illegitimate son of L. Ron Hubbard. But until Icke releases "Thetans vs. Grays: A Love Story", that'll just be my theory.

posted on Aug, 26 2011 @ 02:20 PM
why is there thread necroing going on here!

posted on Aug, 26 2011 @ 03:46 PM

Originally posted by yaluk
why is there thread necroing going on here!


In response to your "one liner", necroing as you call it would would imply the the revival of a dead thread. Since the this thread is still open to reply, it is not dead ... it is only dormant. A dead thread would not be open for further comment or continuation as in the example here. Example

ATS is a vast clearing house of information consisting of the research, thoughts, and opinions of many individuals built upon over the course of time. The relevant time a thread is active is in no way indicative of it's value, importance, or validity.

Rather, it provides the building blocks of pubic sentiment and information with regard to extending the understanding of the topic. Not only is this a valuable tool of free and open communication it provides future ATS members who encounter the thread a broader base and view of the topic as well as the tool of cross reference.
edit on 26-8-2011 by miner49r because: Paragraph three, last sentance edited to include "as well as the tool of cross reference." at point of closure.

posted on Aug, 26 2011 @ 09:04 PM
I'm not sure, but i could read Credo's facial expressions, it almost seemed as if it was a joke to him.
He could be dis info, but some of what he says is true.
I've watched the interview on youtube.

posted on Aug, 27 2011 @ 08:40 AM
Credo Mutwa comes across as genuine to me. In any case, The Reptilian Agenda is one of the most fascinating interviews I've ever seen. The man ate a piece of grey flesh!

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