Priest Light Monyeki is from Soshaguve, South Africa. And it seems to be his calling to show his followers that he and those who believe in his teachings were superhumans able to ward off death.

During the High Place Conference, which is also referred to as his “Supernatural Service,” Monyeki proclaimed that they must not fear death, as they will not die. He then started pouring Rattax (a popular rat poison) into a bottle of water, which he then urged his believers to drink.

This is Priest Light Monyeki, a non-believer in the power of rat poison.

Priest Feeds Congregation Rat Poison to Show They Can Defy Death... They All Die

He proclaimed,

We do not need to proclaim faith because we are believers. Death has no power over us.

Monyeki put some rat poison into a water bottle and then challenged his believers to drink from the poisoned water.

Priest Feeds Congregation Rat Poison to Show They Can Defy Death... They All Die

Monyeki then took a swig from the bottle of poisoned water. And with the power of belief and the absolute faith they had in Monyeki, many followers ran forward to take a drink as well.

The congregation, in their absolute faith in Monyeki, rushed forward to drink the poison.

Priest Feeds Congregation Rat Poison to Show They Can Defy Death... They All Die

Many of them were enthralled by the idea that they could defy death.

Priest Feeds Congregation Rat Poison to Show They Can Defy Death... They All Die

Predictably enough, in the evening, many members of the congregation started to complain of stomach pains, and later 5 of them were declared to be dead. 13 more of the member of the congregation were taken to the hospital for ingesting Monyeki’s rat poison cocktail.

Monyeki, however, refused to take the blame for the horrific effects of what he did. Instead, all he had to say was,

Too much of any good thing could be bad.

We’re guessing that by “good thing” he’s referring to the ability to escape from death.

The incident has sparked an investigation, though no arrests have been made. Sadly, it looks like Monyeki may walk away a free man as the people who died or became sick from the rat poison were the ones who willingly ingested the concoction!

Now, this reminds me of that controversial Pastor who ‘Heals’ HIV and Cancer patients by spraying them with insecticide.

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17 COMMENTS

  1. By their fruits you shall know them. Jesus fed 5,000 and 4,000 respectively, excluding women and children with bread and sardines, not with rat poison. He said, ‘which of you, when his child asks for bread and he will give him a stone…..? If these so called prophets mostly found in south Africa can cajole their gullible congregation to take poison and all manner of rubbish in the name of faith and miracle, then we have too many dumb fellows in South Africa.

  2. v18 ..and if they drink anything poisonous.. Mohammed, does this sound like this headless priest & his blind congregation’s WAY? ”If” meaning if poisoned unknowingly not intetionally/showing off/boustiful..! In the Bible some fellas were ”thrown” in lion’s den they end up unharmed, they didnt throw themself in just to show off..!

  3. Wow! Satan frequently appears as an angel of light. Looks like folks were believing in the wrong one! They should’ve been believing in God, AND reading the Word so that snakes and con men like this guy can’t fool you into doing stupid things in the name of religion.

  4. When Satan told Lord Jesus to throw Himself off the top of the temple, Jesus told him that you shall not tempt the Lord your God. They were tempting God. They do not read the word of God to know when there is a wolf in sheep’s clothing in their midst. I mean come on, if anyone tells me to drink poison I will know he’s of the devil!
    And “payloader”, George & Joanne….AMEN!

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