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The Chitauri of African Folklore

Credo Mutwa's rendition of the Chitauri, complete with "third eye"
Credo Mutwa's rendition of the Chitauri, complete with "third eye"

Fifty years ago, the U.S. government played cat and mouse with the American public, refusing to acknowledge the existence of "aliens." Roswell was the first big melodrama that mystified lovers of the sensational. All the while, the U.S. government played the "deny, deny, deny" game, explaining away sightings as weather balloons, aircraft and optical illusions.

Credo Mutwa's rendition of the Chitauri, complete with "third eye"

All of that is changing now. Suddenly, alphabet government groups (CIA, DARPA and other black project (1) officials) are coming out with "We-l-l-l-l, maybe there are aliens after all." Their sudden change of heart comes not from a spiritual revelation, but rather, the timing of their forthcoming "alien invasion" meant to terrify the world and send everyone begging for a "world leader" to save us.

This coincides quite nicely (since the government and the Vatican are in bed together) with the Vatican's plan to proclaim the Second Coming of Christ as he "flies in" from space.

African legend and folklore are replete with the stories of "creatures" or gods seen by the indigenous people of Africa, and whose stories have been passed on from generation to generation.

In his interviews with David Icke (2) and Rick Martin, (3) Zulu African shaman, (4) Credo Mutwa (5) described many of the "gods" in Zulu legend—not only from folklore, but from his own personal experience.

His descriptions bore an eerie resemblance to the "Grays," "Reptilians." and other supposed mythical creatures who many brush off as conspiracy theory. They are real, however; they have been observed in the performance of ritual sacrifice and—wait for it—many of them are present-day rulers of the biggest countries on the planet.

When Credo Mutwa was abducted (6) in 1959, he got a close up and personal look at what the Zulu call "Mantidine"—or as we know them, the "Grays."

They are not really gray, however. According to Mutwa, they're pink; tribal children call them "pinky-pinky."

And this creature was wearing a garment like a tight-fitting overall without any buttons or anything, which reached up to its neck, but its wrists were bare.

And, believe me, sir, I have heard and I've seen that butchering a corpse of one of these creatures [holding up a statue of a Gray] is extremely hard work. What you think is the skin of the creature is actually a tight-fitting costume that the creature is wearing. Under this gray costume, the creature, sir, is pinkish-white, like a freshly-skinned animal.

According to Mutwa, its fingers are very long, with an extra joint in each that ends with a claw, much like that of a chicken. There is no nose, per se, just two holes on either side of the face where nostrils would normally be. "Its jaws were very small and its mouth was a snake with tiny little scale-like things where it should be."

Those big, bulging, menacing black eyes are nothing more than goggles! Mutwa claimed that as he stared straight into the eyes of the Gray above his head, that he could see its eyes behind the goggles. The eyes are round with Reptilian-like slits for pupils.

Mutwa described their smell as a horrible, "metallic, chemically smell." He is not the first to describe the foul odor that appears to emanate from the Grays.

Phil Schneider (7) was a geologist working with the black projects in Dulce, NM. When he was lowered deep into the earth to determine the cause of drilling issues, he ran head on into a Gray. He described the smell as a stench "worse than the worst garbage you can imagine."

So much for alien hygiene.

Though Mutwa referred to them as mere lackeys of the Chitauri, they can still be dangerous. When Phil Schneider found himself face to face with one, he pulled his gun to defend himself.

However, in the process, one of them did this [making a circular motion across his chest]. All I remember is that he just kind of waived his hand in front of his chest and the next thing I knew, this blue beam hit me and just totally opened me up like a fish, and burnt my fingers right off of me.

In his interview, Mutwa described a type of Chitauri that is white as a piece of chalk. Standing about eight feet tall, they are slender and dressed in monk-like, hooded robes. Hence, there were known as "Mlenzemunye" or "the beast of the terrible blanket."

According to African storytellers, the Chitauri have got cold blood. They feel cold very quickly. And where they dwell under the earth, where the great sun god banished them, they dwell there surrounded by great fires, because their blood is cold. They freeze at night and so if you come across them in their caves there are many, many cooking fires there.

The mention of monopods appears as far back as 414 BC in Aristophanes' "Naturalis Historia," (8) Pliny records sightings of them in India:

He [Ctesias] speaks also of another race of men, who are known as Monocoli, who have only one leg, but are able to leap with surprising agility. The same people are also called Sciapodae, because they are in the habit of lying on their backs, during the time of the extreme heat, and protect themselves from the sun by the shade of their feet.

Portuguese explorers often spotted the one-legged creatures hopping about and disappearing into the ground "as if by magic." They named them "monopods" [also known as skiopods].

St. Augustine's eighth chapter in "The City of God" is entitled, "Whether Certain Monstrous Races of Men are Derived from the Stock of Adam or Noah’s Sons." He writes:

So, too, they tell of a race who have two feet but only one leg, and are of marvelous swiftness, though they do not bend the knee: they are called Skiopodes, because in the hot weather they lie down on their backs and shade themselves with their feet.


Mutwa pointed to a drawing on his wall that depicted the royal Chitauri.

But a royal Chitauri has got three eyes. It's got the yellow eyes which glow in a strange, almost ice-like way like jewels, like certain types of yellow jewels. And then, they have got an eye in the center of their forehead—an eye which doesn't close up, down like a normal eye does, but which closes from side to side and which opens this way [gesturing].

It is this third eye, Mutwa said, that kills with the fire that comes out of it. These Chitauri hide in deep cavities underground because they are always feeling cold. In these cavities are huge fires kept going by human and zombie-like slaves.

Mutwa expressed surprise in his interview at the likeness of many characters in today's films, comics and cartoons to the Chitauri. "Darth Maul," he claims, is the spitting image of the warrior Chitauri.

A warrior Chitauri has got eyes like a snake. These eyes are yellowish with split pupils and they glow in darkness. So if a Chitauri—a warrior Chitauri, one of the lesser classes is hiding in a cave, you can see his eyes in it.

According to Mutwa, the Chitauri feed solely off human blood or the energy that is generated when human beings on the surface of the Earth fight or kill each other.

Arizona Wilder (9) was one of many MK Ultra sex slaves who participated in blood rituals. She said, in her interview with David Icke, that a special chemical is secreted into the blood when a victim is terrified.

Yes. The blood has something it it—it has secretions from the pituitary gland and from pineal gland, And it has a very strong drug in it that they also—I mean, this is the one that keeps them from going crazy. And they—it's like heroin, or like endorphins. And it's much stronger.

But what they need is for it to be secreted in the blood—is they need terrorization of their victims before they are killed for their blood and—or before—if a young woman is beginning to menstruate, they need the menstrual blood. And they have to terrorize them to get this to come out in the blood, and be secreted in the blood.

Mutwa confirmed this when he said in his interview:

I met people who have fled from the early Masaki in Rwanda, from years ago, and these people were horrified by what was happening in their country. They said that the slaughter of the Hutus by the Watusi, and the Watusi by the Hutus, is actually feeding the "Imanujela," monsters. Because the Imanujela like to inhale the energy that is generated by masses of people being terrified or being killed by other people.

Mutwa stopped in the middle of the interview to stress the importance of what he had to say:

Stop calling the conspiracy a theory, sir. Theories do not kill people. Theories do not murder. Theories do not put multiple murderers into power in countries. Theories are just ideas floating in the air. The conspiracy is real. It is bad and it kills.

Next: Arizona Wilder describes a blood sacrifice.