Mount Kenya – The Gikuyu invoked the powers of the Ark of the Covenant to bring down the British Empire

In an interesting revelation, the messenger of the seer who guards the Mount Kenya shrines has made public how British rule collapsed not just in Kenya but across the world. In a paid article in PEOPLE DAILY, dated November 7, the messenger revealed, among other things, what sparked the interesting story.

In 1948, when the Agikuyu, Aembu and Ameru communities realized that the British would never allow self-determination for Africans in Kenya, their military wing, the Mau Mau, ascended Mount Kenya with their rudimentary weapons, namely homemade pistols. , spears, machetes and other indescribable variety. . They laid down their weapons in prayer. Raising his hands in front of Kigongona Kia Mai (the shrine where the Ark is hidden), the chief seer Mugo wa Kibiru, led them to recite their solemn prayer.

Ngai mbara ino turathii nawe.

Nigikorwo turi aku na uri witu.

twahoto niwe wahotwo

twahotana niwe wahotana

Twahota nitugacoka haha ‚Äč‚Äčtukurutire igongona ria ngatho.

God you are our ally in this war

Because we are your people and you are our God

Our defeat is your defeat

Our victory is your victory

If we win, we’ll gather here and offer a thanksgiving offering.

Like Gideon of the Old Testament, they wanted God’s assurance that they would defeat the British army. The Chief Seer left the scene. After a few hours, he came with the message from God. He made a trench from where the Mau Mau were standing and said so. “The day King George’s army crosses this trench, count ten years, and the British government will not only lose the war in Kenya, they will lose the entire empire.”

Mau Mau’s spokesman comes out clarifying what year it will be. The Chief Seer said that British rule will come to an end in the year the Mugumo (fig) tree falls in Thika. That prophecy somehow found its way to the Colonial Government. The Mugumo tree in Thika was reinforced with rails and sheets.

To fulfill the seer’s prophecy, on June 1, 1953, Mau Mau fighters incited British soldiers to cross the marked trench, camping near the trench. The Mau Mau crossed the trench with the British Army following in hot pursuit. The Mau Mau celebrated in the camp that night. Exactly ten years later, on June 1, 1963, Thika’s mugumo tree fell despite all reinforcements. The day remains a public holiday in Kenya to date.

Interestingly, as the communities prepared to return to the mountain to seek God’s intervention again, the British government could be in bad books once again. Seers have publicized three main reasons for seeking the hand of God.

1} Engagement of diplomatic missions in local politics. Four foreign diplomatic missions in Nairobi do not observe the code of etiquette and diplomatic procedure. These embassies have changed to ‘gobernaciones’.

2) The founders of the Wandering Church who pose as ‘saints’ have entered the world of politics with the intention of making fortunes.

3) The left-wing politicians who are imbuing the electorates with revolutionary doctrines in the so-called ‘majimbo’ (federalism) are reminiscent of Yugoslavia – majimbo who instigated ethnic cleansing.

Although the diplomatic missions mentioned above have not been named, it is unlikely that the US and UK, who have been consistent with their comments on local politics, could be left out. Just yesterday, November 14, a bishop was acquitted for life for the presidency of the country.

In a third observation, the seers have warned that the country is destined to fall into a great civil war. That is why they have asked the members of the community to join them on November 20, 21 and 23, 2007 in prayer for the Homeland.

We will carefully watch the development of events.

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