The Missing Links of Human Origins

My research into the origins of humankind has produced some startling and unexpected discoveries. Four years ago I never would have imagined how important these would be in the context of many other researchers’ work and how the discoveries here in South Africa have helped to pull together some crucial missing links of our human origins. It is now clear that all the so-called advanced civilisations around the world can be traced here to South Africa where it all seems to have started. Not with some ape-like creatures, but modern anatomical humans in vast slave colonies – mining gold.

We have stumbled upon the physical evidence that supports the astonishing work of Zecharia Sitchin who showed us the true meaning of Sumerian translations and exposed the Anunnaki settlers on Earth and their gold-mining activities in the ABZU (southern Africa)- where the gold was discovered in vast quantities, about 445,000 years ago. For those that are new to my work, the highlights have been: Exposing the mysterious stone circles without entrances in southern Africa – more than 10 million of them; linked by roads or channels; and connected in a web of agricultural terraces that indicate a population of about 50 million people who occupied this land. They used sound as a source of energy and they used it in an advanced way as SASER – (LASER – but using sound instead of light). This technology has only recently been rediscovered and scientists are jumping up and down with excitement about its advanced military applications. No surprise there – right?

So it is not surprising to me that as we approach the NEW AGE of enlightenment, the attention is being focused on South Africa once again. This is after all where the energetic footprint of our species was planted. BUT the other important realisation that struck me was that all this activity took place here for about 300,000 years – without the existence of money. To make people do what you want them to do, without rising up in protest, you have to keep them warm, fed and housed in reasonable comfort. They have to be provided with all their basic needs and not desire more.

This is pretty much what happened here. Although this was a new species cloned and created, living in absolute slavery, for the single minded purpose of mining gold and all things that go along with those activities, this was not brutal slavery as often portrayed in movies. It was in essence a prototype model for a moneyless society. Money was NOT part of human evolution as many people believe. Money was a cunning and malicious plan introduced by the Anunnaki, to the Sumerians, only after the destructive flood – some 12,000 years ago, when the mining operations were re-started all over the Earth. Money became the new form of slavery and absolute control of the human slave species.

Remember that when the colonisers arrived in southern Africa, there was no hunger, no homelessness and no money. There was order and abundance for all, which was completely destroyed by the colonisers so that they could take control of the gold fields. They introduced western law and MONEY.

Many ancient texts and wise humans have stated that “The End Days Will Be As The First Days”. This is where I take my inspiration for the new social structure I call CONTRIBUTIONISM. The Africans have a name for almost an identical philosophy. It is called UBUNTU. Where everyone contributes their natural talents or acquired skills for the greater benefit of all in the community. In the early 80s the Hopi Chiefs came to South Africa to meet with among others, Credo Mutwa, to discuss their belief that the New Age will start in South Africa. These are just a few fascinating coincidences. But as we know by now, there are NO coincidences.

Since 2006 I have been perfecting this UBUNTU model and found some astonishing revelations. I now know that this is the natural order of things – the exchange and sharing of people’s energy. There is no money, no barter, no trade and no value attached to anything. Everyone is equal and everyone’s contribution is seen as infinitely valuable. There is much more on this new social structure on my website www.contributionism.org and basic plans of implementation in small towns. Please join the movement online, wherever you are.

In a world of misery, poverty, conflict, crime and separation, UBUNTU Contributionism provides a real solution for the human race, and a fitting place to launch it – South Africa. I will be doing much more work in this area and more presentations on the subject in the coming months and at the UFO SCIENCE AND CONSCIOUSNESS Conference in Johannesburg 25-27 November 2011.

BUT – if you are a registered voter in South Africa, we need your signature to register the movement as a national party – to secure protection and credibility and media exposure. Not because I want to be in politics. Please print out the attached form, put your name, signature and ID number on it, and please post it to me at: PO BOX 204 Waterval Boven 1195.

Till next time – when I will fill you in on the Free-Man movement in SA and my contribution with my action against Standard Bank – Keep exploring

Michael of the family Tellinger

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Kill your fear and they leave you alone

Maybe you can help us track down this Melusine person mentioned below. From Steven, a regular website visitor we received this message to baba Credo Mutwa:

I had a dream about you and have kept it in mind since 1997 and now I have seen you in the flesh. People must follow the birds to honey.They must learn to rise above in their thought so it feels as if they are watching themselves from a great height.I am pink, but I am Bwiti and I have seen the creatures but as they cannot scare me they lose interest. The pure light beings may stop them too. You know what im talking of ? We paint we create we will prevail. Dont look to America though, they puppets in the hands of the British Royal family. Search the web for the legend of the Royal family’s relative Melusine. A lizard woman with a tail she hides. love & luck to you Sir.

 

ANC bash: Zuma performs symbolic sacrifice

President Jacob Zuma holds the spear used to kill the cow in a cleansing and thanksgiving ceremony at Waaihoek Church in Bloemfontein. (Alexander Joe, AFP)Bloemfontein – President Jacob Zuma enacted a symbolic sacrifice of a bull outside the Waaihoek Wesleyan Church in Bloemfontein on Saturday morning as part of a cleansing ceremony for the ANC centenary celebrations.

Zuma was given the spear by ANC stalwart Andrew Mlangeni, and then performed the symbolic ritual in a makeshift kraal near the church.

The stabbing was left to the “young” who could perform it practically, he said.

“Some of the important remarks I made before the ritual was [about] the importance of the spear. The spear was one of the powerful weapons we used in the wars of resistance,” Zuma said.

“This is very symbolic because of the struggle. The apartheid government responded with violence, with burning people and arresting people and finally banning organisations especially the ANC and PAC.”

‘Spear of the Nation’

Zuma then recounted how former ANC leader Albert Luthuli along with the NEC at the time created the ANC’s own military wing, Umkhonto we Sizwe (Spear of the nation) in order to defend itself.

“Luthuli said that as an African man, if you are faced with a powerful enemy… you retreat to [your] own home, where there is a spear, which is your last weapon. And once he follows you to your home, you are left with no alternative but to pick up your spear and stab him.

“It has been very symbolic that today, we handed back the spear. Today, the spear is not to go out and fight, but it is to keep peace and protect the nation,” he said.

Zuma said the ritual was also a way of speaking to the ancestors, as well as God in a “traditional” way. He said it was also symbolic for the ritual to take place at the church were the ANC was founded in 1912.

“We had to perform these certain rituals before we get into the serious business of celebrations,” he said.

Attending the ceremony were Traditional Affairs Minister Richard Baloyi, ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe, ANC chief whip Mathole Motsheka, ANC chairperson Baleka Mbete, American civil rights activist Jesse Jackson, as well traditional leaders.

‘Great victory’

Jackson said: “We must recognise that the ANC and the people of South Africa have won a great victory. They have overcome the great oppression of apartheid, though it must be said that economic and agricultural apartheid still exist.

“The USA and South Africa both ended apartheid together, and both now have African presidents.”

Mantashe said the ceremony allowed members and traditional leaders to enjoy the festivities as they wanted to.

“Traditionally the act of slaughtering has different meanings. All nations have a way [of] celebration through slaughter…it is all the same but in different circumstances.”

Traditional and religious leaders opened the cleansing ceremony outside the church on Friday evening.

The inter-faith service, which contained messages and blessings from representatives of the Christian, Muslim, Rastafarian and traditional African faiths was held at a marquee outside the church.

source: News24

 

Write to your bank on 11/11/11

Italy is about to fall Ramon! Greece is barely holding on. If we don’t so something about this “money = debt” nonsense, South Africa will follow. Today is 11.11.11 and we must write to our banks and tell them where we stand.

Modify the letter below and make a stand against financial cannibalism. Please put it on Facebook, Twitter, send to all your contacts, etc. If you get a response from your bank, post it on the forum at www.thinkfreesa.com.

–The Johan Joubert Community

 

Dear <bank name, division name>   [Click here for email addresses of SA banks]

I have recently discovered three extraordinary pieces of information about my [credit card / home loan / vehicle finance / personal loan / business loan / overdraft facility].

1. You did not loan me money

Your advertising led me to believe that you “lend” money in the ordinary and everyday sense of the word. However, it turns out that I have been misled. In actual fact, the money you pretended to loan me was created “out of thin air” using a computer generated accounting system. I honestly believed that you were lending me real money which you had rightfully earned as part of your ordinary course of business. You did not tell me the truth up front and I am disturbed by your lack of disclosure and perpetuating what is clearly a false belief in the market.

2. Securitisation

I have learned that, in all likelihood, my promise to make monthly payments (called a promissory note) was on-sold to a third party in a securitisation scheme. I have also learned that in our law, once a promissory note is sold, the bank who sold it loses all their rights and has no legal standing to the asset thereafter. If this is true, then quite possibly you are unlawfully seizing people’s homes, cars, businesses, furniture, equipment, etc.

I am disturbed by the implications of securitisation, which I have now learned forms part of a secret “shadow banking” and derivatives industry which is 20-30 times larger than the GDP of the entire planet. This is outrageous. I did not ask to be responsible for the pension funds of my fellow working class citizens. I do not want to be the “surety” that supports an industry where bankers make hundreds of trillions of dollars. And I had no idea that I was putting small businesses under huge pressure because they cannot compete with large retailers and corporations who sell shop card debt for an immediate lump sum of money.

3. If you can do it, so can I

Your bank is a limited liability corporation. I am a human being of unlimited potential. If it was not for me, you would have no power. Stephen Goodson is a director of the South African Reserve bank and he confirmed publicly that commercial banks create money “out of nothing.” Therefore, I must have this same power as you do. I am currently learning how to apply the Bills of Exchange Act to settle any bank created “debt” with a negotiable instrument instead of using ordinary “debt-money.” Debt-money is not backed by any natural resource. It can only be created when it is borrowed into existence and the interest that is charged on top of that is called usury which is hugely unfair to the vast majority of people. The interest in our money system cannot, and will not ever be paid back.

Now that I have learned the above three points, it would seem that I have immediate power over your institution. I do not have to wait for the next election, committee decision or majority vote.

However, it is not my intention to enforce my rights and cause chaos. You are doing a wonderful job of creating havoc all by yourselves. In fact, it must be said that your bank and the banking industry in general are conducting yourselves in a way that does not create the kind of society that my family and I wish to live in. We can see this first hand in Italy, Greece, Iceland and the US, as well as Ireland, Portugal, Spain and a host of other countries around the world.

In the interests of a better future for this country, I hereby ask you, on this auspicious day of 11.11.11, to please initiate the following policies:

  1. I ask you to not to forcibly take money out of a person’s bank account ever again.
  2. I ask you to NOT intimidate your customers with threatening or harassing phone calls or SMS messages.
  3. If a customer is struggling to repay what you call a “loan,” I ask that you allow them a fair opportunity to negotiate new terms directly with you.
  4. To ensure long-term food security for the people of this great country, I ask that you immediately begin planting organic food gardens on every property that you own. This food will be handed out freely to your employees and to any hungry or homeless person that is in need. You will not use any artificial fertilizer, chemicals or genetically modified seeds.
  5. [add your own here]

In order to monitor the progress of the above, I ask that you please put up a website that will be updated weekly to publish the following:

  1. A searchable list of all court summons that have been served for that week, ensuring that people have ample notice to defend any legal action against them.
  2. A facility that will disclose to a customer the full details with any securitisation that occurred on their promissory note.
  3. The progress of all changes you have undertaken and implemented to create a better planet and society for mankind and future generations.
  4. [add your own here]

I look forward to a future where banks and people work together instead of fighting each other. I look forward to giving people the opportunity to break free of financial slavery. More importantly, I look forward to a future where new and sustainable thinking is embraced and adopted for a better tomorrow.

Regards,

[Your name]

 

Young writers’ creative workshop

famous poet Don MatteraOne hundred and seventy-seven high school pupils from five Northern Cape districts have gathered at Flamingo Primary School in Kimberley for the third annual creative writing workshop.

The five-day workshop, which started on Monday, is sponsored by the Northern Cape department of sport, arts and culture.

Spokesperson for the department Vaughn Settley said the workshop was aimed at sharpening pupils’ writing skills in poetry and short stories.

“This year pupils have also been exposed to skills on writing for newspapers and acquiring creative knowledge as cartoonists,” said Settley

“The workshop was started with the Annual Northern Cape Writers’ Festival in 2009, and has seen some of the country’s celebrated writers including Don Mattera, Credo Mutwa, Ahmed Kathrada and Marita van der Vyer embracing the occasion,” said Settley.

Since its inception, the workshop has produced three books; Tender Voices Volumes 1 and 2, one as well as There is a Place.

“The books contain short stories and poems written by pupils from various parts of the Northern Cape.

“They have been published and are now being distributed to all community libraries across the province,” he said.

The workshop is facilitated by prominent writers and poets such as Vonani Bila, Manichand Beharilal, Primrose Mrwebi, and Mhlobo Jadezweni with the inclusion of local poet, writer and journalist Sabata-Mpho Mokae and cartoonist Given Peterson.

Mokae said workshops like these served as a catalyst in promoting the culture of learning and creativity among young people.

“We are living in an exciting era where lot of things are happening and stories need to be told. We need to nurture writers and artists from a young age so that they are able to tell these stories,” Mokae said.

Mantoa Khuduga could not contain her excitement at getting an opportunity to attend the workshop: “You can’t get such training for free. For me it is a privilege and a dream come true.”

source: The New Age

 

How to avoid the Census

We recently received this from the Johan Joubert Community:

This is an approach that you could try for the upcoming Census. We can’t comment on the legal ramifications of doing this and, as always, we suggest that you handle yourself with care, but it’s certainly very interesting!

How to Avoid the Census

Complete, print and sign this letter.

Give it to the Census worker when they arrive. Always be polite. They will probably threaten you if you don’t comply.
This approach is called “conditional acceptance.” You are agreeing in principle to do what you are told, but first you have a couple of questions that need to be answered. Of course they cannot answer these questions because to do so would be to reveal a betrayal of human rights.

If you wish, send this through to the Census authority first. Give them 7 days to reply and amend this letter accordingly depending on their response.

Dear Census Official,

My name is [first name in lowercase, eg. John] of the family [surname in lowercase, eg. Smith]. I am a living, breathing sentient human being.

My research has led me to conclude that when my birth was registered, a corporate entity was created. This corporate entity is referred to as [write your title and whole name in all uppercase, eg. MR JOHN RONAN SMITH] with account number [insert your ID number] and is distinct from me, the flesh and blood human being.

It is my understanding that my title, full name and ID Number represent a juristic person / corporation, and the record of this account is held at the South African Reserve bank using a master / slave computer software system.

I have also discovered that my birth certificate is evidence of a financial instrument with a very real commercial value. This commercial value predicted by the amount of money I would earn as I grew up. Thus, it provides collateral for the South African government to float loans at interest without my knowledge or direct consent.

If this holds true, then it stands to reason that a primary role of this Census is to re-evaluate my status as chattel property so that the South African Government can literally “sell” me and my fellow citizens to foreign bankers, as the governments of Iceland, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Ireland and others did to their own people.

My research indicates that the purpose of the first census in 1904 was to give names to indigenous people so that they could be granted rights by the existing government. However, in order to be granted rights, it makes logical sense that one would first have to be stripped of the natural rights that he or she was born with. After all, you cannot grant rights to someone who already has them by the mere fact that they are alive.

As I believe in full disclosure, I will therefore only take part in the Census if the following questions have been satisfactorily answered.

Do I have a juristic person? Is there an account in my name linked to my ID number held at the Reserve Bank, or any other government department? Is there a bond or security registered in my name with a corresponding CUSIP number? Does the South African government receive loans based the ability of its people (ie. me) to pay it back? If yes, then: How does the government calculate the value of its people? How does the government connect me to the money that they have borrowed on my behalf? Does this loan include interest? If it does, then where is the interest supposed to come from in order to pay back these loans? Are any of the loans granted to the South African government created “out of thin air” using a book-keeping entry, or are 100% of all loans made using real, lawful money? Is the data collected from the Census linked in any way to the granting of loans made by our government? Is the census a form of contract? If so, please provide me with the terms and conditions of this contract. Am I a flesh and blood human being born with natural human rights, or am I a slave with no rights whatsoever, except for those which are granted to me by the South African Government?

Please note that I am intelligent enough to know when my questions are being avoided. I will only accept real, valid and direct answers to my questions above.

Once I have received a suitable response, I will happily take part in your Census.

Yours Faithfully,

[first name in lowercase, eg. John] of the family [surname in lowercase, eg. Smith]

 

An invitation to support a Kindred Spirit

I was recently sent this invitation and so I am forwarding it to you. Perhaps you will take it up.

Dear Kindred Spirit

Recently, I spent a night in jail in a cell with about 15 black men who had all allegedly committed some crime or another. This is an account of why and how that happened to me and what I learned through this experience, which was certainly one of the most profound of my whole life. So how on earth did I manage to end up in jail, you may be asking yourself? To really understand how and why this happened and to create a context within which you can more fully appreciate what I have written in this article, I would suggest you read the article I wrote that was published in the quarterly ezine I send out a couple of months ago entitled ‘Freedom – the Eternal Call of our Hearts’ in which I outline how and why the vast majority of humanity is currently being controlled through a vast array of mostly arbitrary and senseless statutory laws passed by seemingly democratic legislative bodies in most countries throughout the world, but in fact are controlled by powerful vested interests such as banks and other large corporations.

We may have the illusion we are free, but this is just that – an illusion created to trick us into continuing to comply with these laws that are really enslaving us and humanity as a whole. If we dare to contravene one of these laws, we can be fined or imprisoned, which is what I discovered when I recently dared not to renew my driver’s licence and my car’s vehicle licence and continued to drive on public roads. Both of these acts are offences in terms of the National Road Traffic Act in South Africa, which mandates that we all pay a Government authority for the privilege of driving on public roads that belong to us, the public, and have been financed by our taxes already.

Last month, I was driving sedately along a public road in the town of Mtuba-Mtuba in northern KwaZulu-Natal with my vehicle that had the licence plate ‘I AM FREE’ on the back and drove past a traffic officer’s vehicle, who noticed my number plate and followed me into the parking lot of the Pick ‘n Pay supermarket, where I was stopping to do some shopping for a Dolphin Alchemy retreat I was about to run in Mozambique. The officers parked behind my vehicle and proceeded to demand that I produce my driver’s licence and ask why I had no vehicle registration disk or official number plates on my vehicle. After showing them my own self-created licence and vehicle registration disk and my publicly notarised ‘Claim of Right’ document in which I claimed my common law and constitutional right to travel freely through the land and much discussion, during which they struggled to understand and did not accept my point of view, they called two members of the South African police, which is short for ‘policy enforcement officers’ in case you didn’t know, who forcibly handcuffed me, removed me from my vehicle, put me in the back of a police van and sprayed me with pepper spray, all of which amounts to the common law crime of assault in the name of the enforcement of the State’s policy and is completely opposite to what their true function as peace officers – quite obviously, keeping the peace – should be.

I was held in a holding cell in the police station for a couple of hours while they formulated the charge sheet. Opposite the holding cell on the wall was a picture of a hand gripping the word ‘crime’ that was being squeezed in the middle and bulging out from above and below the hand with a caption beneath this picture that said ‘Squeezing Crime to Zero’. This picture and the slogan, which you can view online by clicking here, is indicative of the prevailing level of consciousness of the police force that creates a polar opposition between the police and crime, thus making both real and simply perpetuating the problem of crime rather than solving it, which of course is necessary otherwise there would be no need for a police force. The truth is that the police need criminals and crime to give them a function and more importantly, an identity, just as criminals need the police and the criminal justice system to catch and punish them for the sinful, guilt- inducing things they think they have done.

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South Africa is a land where people forgive

“South Africa is a land where people forgive.” Dr Credo Mutwa

Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu Forgiveness

South Africa has been fraught with a turbulent history. Following the dictates of the day, much needless suffering was inflicted on people.

Nelson Mandela underwent an enormous transformation, as did millions of South Africa’s citizens. Bishop Desmond Tutu initiated the Truth and Reconciliation Commission where people were given the opportunity to bare their souls.

Certain television programmes have encouraged people with painful histories and broken hearts, to forgive the misunderstandings that have marred their lives. Through these processes many hearts were healed.

When transformation takes place in the hearts of people that transformation ripples through the communities, and one by one, we, the people of this great country, link together to form unbreakable bonds. Never again will those who attempt to steer us in their chosen direction dictate us to.

South Africa is the land of forgiveness and together we are moving forward to embrace the magnificent future that lies before us.

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The fabricated case against Bin Laden

Sentletse Diakanyo african bloggerThis powerful piece by Sentletse Diakanyo summarises much of the current debate on the death of Bin Ladin, it also quotes the poem by Credo Mutwa written shortly after Barack Obama’s election.

Barack Obama rode the wave of victory that promised change; an unprecedented triumph in the political history of the US by this son of a Kenyan immigrant. Obama’s message of hope and change resonated with American voters and the rest of the world. Even the detractors of the most powerful nation on earth, militarily, began to view the US much more favourably; confident in the knowledge that the global politics were entering a new epoch of peace and harmonious relations among nations. There was bloated expectation that frosty relations between the US and the Muslim world would open a new chapter. Obama, when speaking in Cairo in 2009, promised to heal the rift between the US and the Muslim world. A promise that appeared genuine and sincere at the time.

But this is the US we are talking about. A nation with a glowing track record of screwing others in the pursuit of national interest and the spread of Western fundamentalism, which is premised on the values of democracy and a free-market system. Why did we imagine that would suddenly change because a coloured guy was now a US president? We certainly were very naive.

The respected sanusi Credo Mutwa immediately after the historic victory of Obama in 2008, released a rather unflattering poem about the new US president. It read:

An actor walks upon the floodlit stage of life
wearing a mask of an angel beneath a demon’s gown.
Pretence smiles upon the crowded hall of life
holding out hope as bright as it is false.
Son of a woman in whose veins flows the blood
of ancient Ireland and dark Africa’s plains.
You are Obama, nick-named the standing king
You are Barack, oh, son born to deceive

We highly recommend you read the full blog post by Sentletse Diakanyo here…