Credo Mutwa tells an astounding (and quite compelling) narrative from his forefathers about an “alien” invasion that wiped all mankind and is the source of today’s agony and suffering.
Credo Mutwa is a well-known African Zulu sangoma (traditional healer) from South Africa who has inherited old esoteric wisdom from his ancestors and forefathers, which serves to understand past history.
But what’s more fascinating is that the Zulu elder has the firsthand experience that backs up what he was taught, which involves reptilians (whom he refers to as Chitauli) dominating Earth.
Credo Mutwa, African Shaman and Wise Elder
In reality, Mutwa’s information is used to support most of David Icke’s fundamental premise. “The Zulus claim that many, many thousands of years ago there emerged, out of the heavens, a race of people who were like lizards, individuals who could change shape at will,” Mutwa said in an interview with Rick Martin.
There are hundreds of fairy-tales, sir, in which a lizard female adopts the identity of a human princess and pretends as her, and gets married to a Zulu Prince because they wedded their daughters to a walking alien and created a powerful line of Kings and tribe Chiefs.”
He has grown increasingly vocal about this understanding and personal experience as he has become older (he is currently 94 years old). However, unlike most others, the Zulu shaman argues that these “aliens” aren’t truly aliens at all. He believes they are not from another planet, but rather from Earth or somewhere close by.
“These so-called aliens aren’t from another planet. I believe they are among us, and I believe they require stuff from us, much like some of us humans want certain items from wild creatures, such as monkey glands, for selfish reasons… Many individuals succumb to the temptation of seeing these ‘aliens’ as otherworldly beings. “Sir, they’re merely solid beings.”
He also believes they have nefarious motives, and that humans lived as one before they came.
“…the Chitauli appeared on Earth in dreadful vessels that sailed through the air, vessels that were shaped like enormous bowls and created a terrible roar as well as a terrible fire in the sky.”
And the Chitauli informed the humans they had collected by force with lightning whips that they were powerful gods from the sky, and that they would be receiving a variety of tremendous gifts from the god from now on.
These so-called gods, who looked like humans but were much taller, had a long tail, and awful blazing eyes, had two eyes—yellow, brilliant eyes—and others had three eyes, with the red, round eye in the center of their forehead.
These aliens then took away human people’s immense powers: the ability to talk only with their minds, the ability to move objects solely with their minds, the ability to see into the future and past, and the ability to travel spiritually to various realms.
The Chitauli took away all of these enormous talents from humans and replaced them with a new one: the ability to speak.
However, human humans discovered, to their dismay, that the power of communication separated rather than united people, because the Chitauli cunningly invented multiple languages, causing a major conflict amongst people.
Also, the Chitauli did something unprecedented: they appointed human individuals to reign over them, declaring, “These are your kings, these are your chiefs.” They are tainted with our blood. These are our children, and you must pay attention to them because they will speak for us. If you don’t comply, we will severely penalize you.”
Human beings were spiritually one prior to the arrival of the Chitauli and the Imbulu monsters. When the Chitauli arrived, however, human people were split spiritually as well as linguistically.
The Chitauli then bestowed bizarre new sentiments upon human beings. Humans began to feel frightened, so they began to build communities surrounded by extremely sturdy wooden fences. Humans began to take up the role of nation-builders.
In other words, they began to form tribes and tribal areas, each with its own set of borders that they guarded against any potential adversary. Humans grew ambitious and hungry, and they sought wealth in the form of livestock and seashells.”
It’s evident that whether or not what the shaman says is true is arguable. However, it appears to have a resonance that is more substantial than the creationist or big bang/evolution theories we’ve heard.
Check out David Icke’s extensive conversation with the African shaman below to discover more about this extraordinary story.