Cross posted at the Atheist Oasis
(Tip o’ the to the Freethinker for this weirdness…)
THE much-talked about Incredible Happening Church’s “demon banishing” service in Katlehong on Sunday resembled a shoot for a blue movie.
We saw the church leader and self-styled prophet Paseka Motsoeneng insert his fingers into the vaginas of two female congregants as part of a ritual he performed to expel the demons that had allegedly possessed them.
It almost sounds like a misogynist’s bad joke.
Motsoeneng’s unorthodox demon banishing methods, which Sunday World has been advised might constitute indecent assault, left a bitter taste in the mouths of other help-seekers who attended the services.
Sitting on the lap of a female congregant, Motsoeneng placed his hand on the head of a 17 year-old teen, who cannot be identified due to her age, and started praying for her.
Motsoeneng told the congregants her tummy had swelled up because some sorcerers had cast an evil spell on her.
As he was praying for her she collapsed. Motsoeneng then told the teenager, who was lying on her back, to open her legs, which she did.
He then plunged his fingers into her private parts and started moving his fingers inside her vagina.
Hitchens was right: if you’re wearing a vestment, you can get away with anything.
As he was busy with his “healing process”, Motsoeneng ordered her to call him by his nickname, Mboro.
“Say Mboro,” he ordered her.
“Mboro” she said, with a stifled cry.
Wow, the lengths some weirdos will go to…
He was interrupted by a female congregant who brought him a glassful of what looked like ice-cream, which she spoon fed him. He was still sitting on the woman’s lap.
While eating, Motsoeneng again ordered the teenager to call his name, which she did.
See, he got the metaphor wrong. It was supposed to be cake.
He then invited a woman he said was a “medical doctor” and whom he called Zozo to examine the teen.
“This is a qualified doctor who will tell us what the problem is with this woman,” he said.
I’m guessing there wasn’t a lot of security vetting people at this…whatever it was.
By this time a group of female congregants had draped her lower body with what looked like a towel and surrounded her to prevent voyeuristic people from seeing her private parts.
But being fingered by an adult eating ice cream isn’t nasty?
“Dr” Zozo then inserted what she said was pregnancy test apparatus into the girl’s vagina, with Motsoeneng looking on.
“The pregnancy tests came out positive. She is pregnant. I could also feel the limbs of the foetus,” Zozo announced .
Aaannddd there goes Zozo’s credibility, straight down the crapper. If you require any further evidence:
As Zozo was leaving the scene, Motsoeneng screamed: “Zozo, she is bleeding and her tummy has subsided.”
Zozo went back to inspect her before she rushed outside. She then came back wearing gloves and holding a pregnancy test kit.
Can people really be this stupid? (A rhetorical question only.)
She inserted them into the teen’s vagina and took them out.
She announced: “Now the kit shows neither positive nor negative results.”
Why, ‘Doctor Zozo’ could actually go on Oprah with this act. It’s not like Pope-ra has any real medical doctors on her show anyways. I thought you had to pee on a stick for a pregnancy test, not….have that done to you.
Motsoeneng chimed in: “It is because she was sleeping with an animal.”
Motsoeneng then asked the teenager if she was sleeping around with men.
So this guy has the ‘courtesy’ to shield the child’s private parts, but not only does he invade them, he has another adult do so? Yeah, you’re a real prince, Mboro.
There is actually more, but I’m still a little personally traumatized by this arrogant ignorant malarkey. Demons in the 21 century? Hell, any century. The only demon I believe in is Maxwell’s anyways (and that’s only statistically certain). Somebody is using exorcism as a veil to mask their somewhat warped libido? Gee where have we heard that one before? Let’s never mind that modern science has disproved this nonsense on so many multiple occasions it’s enough to make the head spin (not backwards, hopefully).
He’s basically sexually touching children and claiming it an act of ‘gawd’. It beggars belief. Or it should. But when it wears the mantle of divinity, all things are sacred. Even pedophilia.
Till the next post, then.