So yesterday I angered the Zimbabweans who follow me on social media by writing a post about Meghan Markle, The Duchess Of Sussex, where I said I believed she needed to tone down on the bump rubbing or bump cradling as others prefer to call it. It wasn't an attack on the Duchess, I have … Continue reading Dear Zimbabwe: I Can’t Be Jealous Of A Woman I Am More Than
I don't believe in reincarnation and I certainly do not believe in the transfer of the spirits of the dead to another living soul but the Duchess Of Sussex is a mirror reflection of Princess Diana. One may wonder why Prince Harry chose a woman who comes from a dysfunctional family, abused by her half-siblings … Continue reading Is Meghan Carrying The Spirit Of Princess Diana To Change Royal Destiny?
When I came to the UK at the age of 17, for some reason the friends I attracted always gave me mixed feelings about my sexuality. But I attracted these kinds of women because everything was connected to my childhood and what Miriam Matambanadzo did to me. She wanted me to be a lesbian and … Continue reading My Brother’s Wife Hates Me Because I Rejected Her Lesbian Advances
On 27 April 2015, Walter Masocha was convicted of multiple sex offences, one including a child, and was put on the UK sex offender register for sexually abusing a child. I celebrated the victory. I had fought a very long hard battle with the man who almost took me to the grave. But things were … Continue reading The Real Reason Walter Masocha Was Allowed To Appeal His Conviction Of Paedophilia
Her name was Charlotte Marshall. She knew everything about the Illuminati, secret society, witchcraft, curses and spells. She came from a very wealthy family, elite as she told me. She was raised among the cream of white British, attended boarding schools and rubbed shoulders with the famous, billionaires and millionaires. She would tell me that … Continue reading Charlotte Marshall, My White Best Friend Who Influenced The Masocha Court Case
When I fled the cult in 2013 and went to my former bother Lloyd's house, he sent me from his house to a women's refuge, before announcing to me that he was about to have a wedding. It was then that everything started to unfold. It was in the refuge that I started to write … Continue reading Miriam Matambanadzo’s Involvement In The Walter Masocha Trial
She always held my legs so tight, each time I tried to fly... Now that my legs are free, even the sky can't hold me down... There is a world of discovery which leads to joy and fulfilment. I had been nurtured to love and give love in the most painful way. It was a … Continue reading My ‘Mother’ Always Stopped Me From Flying
Dear Sister Mary I have been reading about you for a while now. I have had similar stuff happen to me with reference of being made a scapegoat/sacrifice. Still struggling with it. The question is, how did you get free and get married? With me they have made it that I cannot live with … Continue reading Dear Mary-Tamar, How Do I Break The Curse Of Being A Family Sacrifice; I Am Unable To Marry A Woman
Dear World Zimbabwe has a traditional cloth. The Kingdom has its own version of Kente, called the Retso Fabric. It is a fabric that a lot of Zimbabweans are afraid to wear or even be associated with. Because of the dark spiritual significance of the retso fabric, those who still wear this piece of fabric in … Continue reading Why Zimbabweans Are Afraid Of Their Traditional Retso Cloth
Dear Reader Thank you for your question and no, it is not intrusive. I will try my best to answer your question. Do You have any positive feelings about Zimbabwe? Of course, I do. Though I consider it a pagan country, I do have some positive feelings about Zimbabwe. Growing up in Zimbabwe, I … Continue reading Dear Mary-Tamar: Do You Have Any Positive Feelings About Zimbabwe?