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Wednesday, July 3, 2013

South African Man claims he has been to heaven four times, draws map

Man Says He's Been to Heaven Four
Times, Draws Map: KwaZulu-Natal from
South African tells it in all seriousness.
And who knows, he may even be telling
the truth about having visited heaven
four times, so far.
The first time was in 1998, and
subsequent visits were made in 2004,
2006 and 2008. It all started in 1993,
when a white man (an angel,
apparently) paid him a visit and told him
he was needed in heaven. And now,
after several visits, he's drawing a map
to make sure the rest of us 'unlucky'
ones get what he's talking about.
But it's not the fact that he took a few
vacations to heaven or even that he's
drawing a map that amuses me. It's
more to do with the stuff he says he's
seen and done there. According to
Mthembu, there are 11 heavens in all,
and he was taken to the fifth one, Crista,
It was there, in a city called Sharmoy,
that he claims to have met Jesus. The
main heaven is Salem, he says, where
God's temple is located. God is
apparently in his youth, and of a
Grayish complexion. Jesus is white. He
saw God for the first time during his
second trip, on a planet called Jadalem
that's mostly covered in water and ice.
Mthembu's other sightings include
Moses, Eliya, and Abel. He also explored
the Marshnode City, which is the place
people go to when they die, to get
reincarnated. But here's the weirdest of
all his tales – he says that the people
who predicted the end of the world in
May last year weren't entirely incorrect.
Mthembu seems to have eavesdropped
on an important meeting in the heavens,
where the biggest war against Satanism
was being discussed. The war is
supposed to have been launched on May
23rd, so we're basically on a countdown
to the absolute end.
The map isn't ready yet, but Mthembu is
already worried about counterfeit
versions. "People must come and see the
map as one day someone from Japan or
China or Britain will design a map of
heaven and the people of South Africa
will have forgotten that the map was
originally made in South Africa," he
says. Perhaps he needs to patent his
creation. And while he's at it, write a
fantasy novel and strike a movie deal

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