This wonderful and inspiring short speech – a heartfelt and passionate appeal for Africa by the great Zulu shaman, author, historian and philosopher Credo Mutwa – was recorded while David Icke and I (Bill Ryan) were visiting him at his South African home in August 2010 to record his life’s story – and more.
Here’s the story of how this remarkable clip was captured. I had just that minute switched on the microphone, and had asked Credo to say a word or two as a routine audio test. I thought he might say “1-2-3”, or “Hello, hello”.
What he said instead was worthy of an appeal to the United Nations by one of the great statesmen of the world. It was quite unplanned, and I was fortunate to be able to record it all.
This moving speech is MUST WATCH essential viewing for anyone who knows Credo Mutwa’s life and work, and for anyone who cares about the fate of Africa.
David Icke and I (Bill Ryan) recently met with Credo Mutwa, the great Zulu shaman, healer, and keeper of African tradition. He told us a horror story. The short version of what happened is this. A few months ago, earlier in 2010, Credo was being pestered daily over the phone by someone who claimed he was from a group of young Zulus about his “betrayal of the Zulu nation” by talking so much to white people. Exasperated, he put the famous and priceless Necklace of the Mysteries on his shoulders and took a train to Swaziland to confront the people who were giving him such a hard time. When he arrived, he was set upon and tortured. They started pulling his fingernails out with pliers. The Necklace was taken from him, and he was put on a train back home. In the background, throughout all this, was a white man whom Credo did not recognize. If you know ANYTHING about the theft of this priceless, ancient artifact, of inestimable value to the history of Africa and the human race – but very likely now in the hands of white men who are only interested in money – please contact DavidIckeContact@aol.com in full confidence. Thank you. Bill Ryan 22 August 2010 http://credomutwa.com http://davidicke.com http://projectavalon.net