By Shipale T, Paul (the seer)
Habakkuk 2:2-3 “write down clearly … what I reveal to you … Put it in writing, because it is not yet time for it to come true. But the time is coming quickly … It may seem slow in coming, but wait for it, it will certainly take place, and it will not be delayed.”
Jeremiah 1:4-8 … “I answered sovereign lord, I don’t know how to speak, I am too young. But the Lord said to me, do not say that you are too young, but go to the people I sent you to and tell them everything I command you to say….”
Quoting Dr Myles Monroe who once remarked that “the discovery of self is the birth of leadership”, our own scholar of leadership Saki Nicodemus elaborated that “you discover yourself when you are able to look within yourself and identify your unique gifts, talents and abilities. It is these unique gifts, talents, skills, anointing and abilities that you must serve to your generation.”
My passion for dreams and visions started in 1996, at the age of 30, when I had a dream where I heard someone telling me to read the first epistle to the Corinthians, the first chapter and the first verse which reads, “from Paul who was called by the will of God to be an Apostle of Christ …”.
Reading the philosophers who say that knowledge is not only empirical and rational but also by divine revelation, I accepted the challenge. I ran with the vision, hoping no one will shoot the messenger from the back nor beat those who are sent to them.
Amos 3:7-8 says “The sovereign Lord never does anything without revealing his plans to his servants, the prophets…When the sovereign Lord speaks, who can avoid proclaiming his message?”
In the late 1990’s between ’96 – ’98 I had this unusual dream in which I first saw two groups or camps, the first one with president Sam Nujoma leading in front was composed of H. Geingob, Theo Ben-Gurirab, Pohamba, Ithana, Mzee, Nghishoono and many others followed by a large group of people dressed in the Swapo Party’s colours and waving flags like in a picture I saw way back in 1987 of an old liberation struggle poster, in the office of the former secretary of SYL now ambassador to Botswana H. Hishongwa.
The second group was dressed in green and marching like uniformed soldiers with H. H. as their commander at their right side. The group was at the left hand side of the first group and both facing me.
I was wondering what this dream meant until I saw in another dream “citizen Angula” telling me “let’s build”.
I told many people about this dream, but for years this was discarded until 2004 when things started to unfold in front of our very own eyes.
The dream comes to pass
a) Three scenarios
Allow me to briefly summarise some ideas of those in the “mind industry” so that I can give my interpretation of events.
There was an argument advanced by those in the “mind industry”, specifically by Alfred T. Hengari. Three scenarios were considered based on the three nominated presidential candidates in the 2004 ruling party’s (SWAPO) extra-ordinary congress on 28 – 29 May as decided upon by the party’s central committee meeting of 2 – 3 April 2004.
The first scenario was that of the incumbent President, His Excellency Pohamba, seen as “playing a transitional role to pave the way for a third generation leader”.
He was viewed as “a brother and comrade” to the founding president and father of the nation “perfect loyal homme d’etat … and foot soldier” whose presidency will have “an emblematic figure” of President Nujoma “looking over the shoulders of his prot??????’??