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Friday, 27 February 2009

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Pastor Massock Predicts Occult Initiation On February 11
By Olive Ejang Tebug Ngoh

Rev Emmanuel Massock, erstwhile pastor of Presbyterian Church Kumba Mbeng, has predicted a massive occult initiation of students during the Youth Day celebration on February 11.

Rev. Massock


Massock, who is presently doing Masters in Theology at the Presbyterian Theological Seminary, spoke to The Post, January 28. He said God revealed to him recently that during the 2009 Youth Day celebration in Kumba, youths would be initiated into the marine and occult kingdoms. This, he said, would be done through the sharing of sweets, biscuits and other chewable by students to their mates, thereby provoking massive initiation in the form of trance.

The pastor said the devil has changed his channel of operation with children placed at the forefront of the operation.He explained that the marine initiation, mostly common among girls, takes place when a mother in the kingdom gives something to a female child. After consuming the gift, Massock said, the child is immediately initiated as a member of the marine kingdom.

According to him, from membership, the child grows to an agent and is commissioned to initiate others. He said the agents cause accidents, illnesses, pull wealth from the earth's surface and multiply their membership through initiation.

The pastor added that from an agent, the person would become an executive member, which is the ruling body in the marine world and only intervene at difficulties during their operations.

He recalled that, recently, in a primary school in Douala, a child confessed how he was sent to cause destruction in the school but prayers couldn't allow him to operate. He also referred to the recent happenings in GHS Nkambe where many students went into fit, as an indication of initiation.

The man of God who says he had been at war with the spiritual world prescribes intensive and collective prayers in private and public schools. He suggested that during the February 11 celebration, the Kumba administration could organise an ecumenical service to quell down the marine and occult powers from destruction.

Massock said he has encouraged individual prayer groups who shall penetrate the crowd on that day, preaching the word of God. He hoped this would limit the initiation on students.

He said parents should remain prayerful and shouldn't visit juju houses when they suspect that their children have been initiated.As to what he does as a student in the seminary, Massock said he spends more time ministering in conferences and crusades in Cameroon and abroad.

He hoped that the increasing spiritual awareness in Kumba would culminate in a wave of national revival in Cameroon.


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This article generated a lot of controversial discussion a few weeks ago because some of us were against this superstitious poisoning of our minds by some of these men of God. One was predicting occult initiation on February 11th and another was claiming the presence of sorcery in someone's family.


Fon.

Ted,
I think there is absolutely no relationship between Rev. Massock and the impostors mentioned above. You seem to take the impostors for men of God. They are bandits.

Mimi must be a very naive girl. From the narration, only the gullible could have fallen to such a trap. She must be very very inexperienced and will come out of this incident with something having learnt that will help her in future.


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