Author Topic: I DID NOT KNOW THIS PART BY BILL CLINTON WAS OR COULD BE THAT DEEP SPIRITUALLY  (Read 395 times)

archos on: January 09, 2021, 22:53

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this afternoon i was a with a friend who used to be into witchcraft a  lot then gave back his life to Jesus about 10 11 years ago and  we were watching documentary with animals not even really watching it there was just nothing interesting on tv to me so i just randomly put something which was that and at some point he started alluding to some hidden messages musicians did about animals and that some did not say what they were supposed to say correctly sometimes,and he says " na zando ya ba mpese babuaki mongongo ya bill,na wenze ya ba ntaba" and i told him but this sounds like a diss to gessac and koffi who he was dissing  more or less often over gessac and kero being then his most famous "copycats" and he said nahhhh in this sentence bill purely meant a proper spiritual prayer to said that in graves where  termites are eating people's dead bodies,then on earth with human people to be sacrified i asked him why ntaba to talk about human beings being sacrificed  and he said the most subtle way of sacrificing people especially when you are not there is sending money for animals to be killed and done incantation on then spread/offered in order to sacrifice people not just through direct death but through various things
and that the reason why according to him bill started about graves is how musicians who believe in such things have to "test" their music first in their imaginary for us world and if it works out there it has high chances or will be a hit with us
and he said the thing he regretted the most about that world and musicians is that some are stuck to respecting conditions which he also had like not sleeping at night but only during the day,having sex with a virgin once or several times with several different virgins in  a month no matter their age and so on even when they are not having success anymore or even when they are not even doing music anymore,because when they get brainwashed into agreeing to that live they get tied down for very long with the promise of having success for that long which teases them

Mfumu Vata #1 on: January 09, 2021, 23:07

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Man Mamona talked about that few days ago in Frank Stemay's interview, but said other things  from 31:12 min 

Manzambi94 #2 on: January 10, 2021, 07:54

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this afternoon i was a with a friend who used to be into witchcraft a  lot then gave back his life to Jesus about 10 11 years ago and  we were watching documentary with animals not even really watching it there was just nothing interesting on tv to me so i just randomly put something which was that and at some point he started alluding to some hidden messages musicians did about animals and that some did not say what they were supposed to say correctly sometimes,and he says " na zando ya ba mpese babuaki mongongo ya bill,na wenze ya ba ntaba" and i told him but this sounds like a diss to gessac and koffi who he was dissing  more or less often over gessac and kero being then his most famous "copycats" and he said nahhhh in this sentence bill purely meant a proper spiritual prayer to said that in graves where  termites are eating people's dead bodies,then on earth with human people to be sacrified i asked him why ntaba to talk about human beings being sacrificed  and he said the most subtle way of sacrificing people especially when you are not there is sending money for animals to be killed and done incantation on then spread/offered in order to sacrifice people not just through direct death but through various things
and that the reason why according to him bill started about graves is how musicians who believe in such things have to "test" their music first in their imaginary for us world and if it works out there it has high chances or will be a hit with us
and he said the thing he regretted the most about that world and musicians is that some are stuck to respecting conditions which he also had like not sleeping at night but only during the day,having sex with a virgin once or several times with several different virgins in  a month no matter their age and so on even when they are not having success anymore or even when they are not even doing music anymore,because when they get brainwashed into agreeing to that live they get tied down for very long with the promise of having success for that long which teases them


I mean in the video it was evident that Macintosh was deep in the game with him even saying explicitly that he have drink this "Potion Magic" and the initial sound effect sounding like a death person being awakened, these guys must know that this spiritual thing have consequences, Wazekwa is successful and he never did those spiritual things so people should follow through, it seems like they think they are above God and aren't scared of hell in the slightest. That's sad cause Bill had the potential alone to have a great solo career without doing all that.

archos #3 on: January 10, 2021, 10:36

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Man Mamona talked about that few days ago in Frank Stemay's interview, but said other things  from 31:12 min

 what a coincidence, haha franck seemed scared at times and surely worried that he'd touch too much "the boss"

Manzambi94 #4 on: January 10, 2021, 17:03

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Man Mamona talked about that few days ago in Frank Stemay's interview, but said other things  from 31:12 min

Who is he?

Mfumu Vata #5 on: January 11, 2021, 00:58

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He's from Ndjili, he's a reggaeartist.



 he used also to drum for Manda Chante for a short time, he tried to get in Europe through Maroc along with journalist Papy Gene and others (I remember him being interviewed by Saint Marc, etc.), but it didn't work for him so he went back to Kinshasa.

Jdog #6 on: January 13, 2021, 09:35

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Man Mamona talked about that few days ago in Frank Stemay's interview, but said other things  from 31:12 min
I liked this interview, he made a lot of good points. Without going at people directly he pretty much went at a lot of politicians and musicians. It would be nice for Congo to go back to Kongo or even Zaire.
Or moto asala le monde eza yo Nzambe tata, Kita okata po mokili trop matata, kata- Fally Ipupa