My interpretation of the “overturned car” symbolism that Zulu High Sanusi, Credo Mutwa, joked about when he threw the bones for the Dalai Lama.
I suspect that the car calamity symbolism (overturned car) is connected to Credo’s friend, Dr. Mack, professor from Harvard, who was interviewed in 1999 for a documentary film about the Dalai Lama, Dalai Lama Renaissance, when he spoke about his conversations with the Dalai Lama about “aliens”, but the interview was not included in the final edit of the film.
The meeting between Credo Mutwa and the Dalai Lama in South Africa was on April 2000, where the car calamity symbolism appeared in the throwing of the bones by Credo for the Dalai Lama.
Four years after throwing of the bones in South Africa,on Monday, September 27, 2004, while in London to lecture at a T. E. Lawrence Society-sponsored conference, Dr. Mack was killed by a drunken driver (car calamity).
Credo is a world known expert on the subject of “aliens”, which perhaps in Christian Scripture are also known as “Dragon/ Serpent” dark side “POWERS”.
( Of course, I understand that serpent ENERGY can be two sided, i.e.., a positive example of “serpent” energy is the healing serpent / staff of Moses; and the serpent-with-staff / kundalini medical symbol on EMS ambulances. However, the serpent –”reptilian”- can also be a dark side “POWER”.)
Harvard Professor Dr. Mack was a good friend of Credo Mutwa, and as I just pointed out, he was interviewed about discussions with the Dalai Lama on the subject of “aliens” the year before the throwing of the bones in the year 2000 when the symbolism of the car calamity in the bones was witnessed by Credo and the Dalai Lama.
Interesting that Britain’s Princess Diana had been reported to discuss “reptile aliens” in connection with the blood line of the Royal Family to her friends, which she also confided to her close associate, Christine Fitzgerald. Britain’s Princess Diana died August 30, 1997 at a Paris hospital after suffering massive internal injuries in a high-speed car crash ….“accident”.
On April 2000 in South Africa…
The Dalai Lama was then taken to a small room across the hall where he met Sanusi Dr Credo Mutwa, considered the highest [sub-Saharan] African shaman alive today. Being a great mystic, Dr Mutwa, who is over 80 years of age, focused primarily on the energetic element of His Holiness and his spiritual role in the world. His insistence that His Holiness central purpose on Earth was to bring peace to the planet did not seem particularly unique (we all sense this), until he threw the bones for the Dalai Lama. The throwing of the bones is an ancient African technique of divination, and only the most highly skilled adepts can accurately read the messages therein. But when Dr Mutwa gasped and pointed at the pile of items spread on the floor, nobody missed the synchronicity: for there, right in front of His Holiness, was a carved hand, and upon it lay a small sword, and right next to the hand was a gun fashioned from wood. Your hand, Your Holy One, stops the sword, stated the Sannusi. The Dalai Lama scanned the rest of the pile, and pointed out a small upturned carved wooden car resting on it’s roof. I like technology, so what can that mean?, he asked half-jokingly, to which Dr Mutwa responded, “Oh, that’s nothing to worry about… that car is simply making love to the sky,” to which His Holiness and the others witnessing the divination burst into laughter.