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Lucifer Dares Authority

Benson C Saili

Archangel petitions to incarnate into physical realm

Having created the angelic race led by archangel Lucifer, the Paal Taal, the first beings God brought into existence,   decided to design a new species using the “God Particle” – a spark of their own spirit-souls – as the fundamental raw material.  

The essence, or consciousness, of this new species was going to be housed in a soul-carrier. The soul carrier was to be known as the humanoid genotype – our like. The humanoid genotype would be bi-pedal, meaning it would bear a head, trunk, two arms and two legs. It was going to be made in the image and likeness of the Paal Taal themselves.

Unlike the angelic race, humanoids were designed to inhabit both the spiritual realms and the physical realms. Now, the physical body is not the only body we have. We actually have several layers of finer, rarefied bodies that are enveloped by the physical body.

These non-physical bodies are said to be seven in number. The very finest is our real body, our very first. It goes by several names but I’ll call it the auric body. The auric body is not the spirit-soul: it embodies the spirit-soul. It is therefore the ultimate soul-carrier. When a spirit-soul is created, it is “naked”, like a baby born to a mother.

Thereafter, it is “clothed”, again like a baby born to a mother. This clothing is the auric body, the garment that covers the spirit-soul. Hence, even in the spiritual realms, a being does not go about simply as a spirit-soul: it goes about clad in an envelope called the auric body. Unlike clothes, however, the auric body cannot be cast off from time to time. It is perpetually worn. 

It is only cast off when we finally return to God and stand before him to report that we have now attained perfection and we wish to venture out on our own to found our own domains, our own unum.

To come before First Source, you have to be pure in every respect to match First Source itself, with no single blemish or trappings of any kind. Otherwise, you will not be eligible to enter into its holy presence.

Since it was the Paal Taal who designed the energetic (spiritual) DNA template of the humanoid genotype, they have a patent on it. This patent is protected by certain encrypted codes in it no other being can crack except the Paal Taal themselves. The programmes written into it comes to bear both in the physical and spiritual realms. Thus contrary to the widely held belief, DNA does not only dictate  how humanoids operate in the physical universe: the instructions it carries also come into play in the spiritual realms.


The humanoid race were given a specific mandate by the Paal Taal. They were to populate the physical universe, the original that God had already created, which Aliens refer to as the Old Universe  (the one we inhabit is a plagiarised copy, a cloned version of the original, something we will dwell upon in due course). God had created it without flaw.

It was what you would call a paradise. It comprised of zillions of regions and was ineffably beautiful. It was a free will universe in which humanoids would exercise free rein and experiment with all possibility, whether negative or positive in its ramifications overall, but with consequences to be reaped.

Then once they had had full experience in the exploration of the universe and had fully evolved spiritually, they were to return to the Paal Taal, report the worth of this cosmic pilgrimage, and demonstrate the endowments they had picked up along the way. The Paal Taal would then present them before First Source, to whom they would declare with demonstrable evidence that they had now qualified to God-status and were therefore ready to move on and found their own universe.  

How was the Old Universe like?

Well, nobody knows exactly. It still exists as we speak and some of the human race have had occasion to visit there with their avatar (spiritual) bodies. However, they strain to exactly spell out how it looks and feels like.  This is because it is made of matter, structures, and configurations (which transcend our familiar 3D dimension of only length, height, and width) that human language cannot adequately unpack. 

To use an analogy, if a venturesome ant or fish were to describe New York to fellow members of the insect and fish kingdom, what would it say?

It would not be able to muster concepts that could paint a picture that is remotely within the purview of the animal kingdom’s very limited imagination. By the same token, the infinitesimally few people who have visited the Old Universe only talk in terms of very weak analogies which do not capture even a thousandth of its sophistication and grandeur.

The humanoid race were to live and thrive in the universe in eternal bliss. There would be no death, sickness, or want. Although the universe was impeccably crafted, the humanoids were given discretion to re-pattern it to their own fancy and taste.

Like the Paal Taal, the humanoids were invested with creative ability too though initially they were limited as to the extent to which they could go in this regard. For example, they were not capacitated to create spirit-souls for higher life forms like themselves. However, they were able to create lower life forms such as   animals.

The animals were not for prey of any kind: they were social companions. It is said variety is the spice of life, and so driven by this ethos, the humanoids created animal life both as a creative expression and to add to the thrill of life. Life did not feed on life in the original universe. In fact, there was no food like the way we know it. All living things in the original universe fed from the energy around them, which in human terms we call prana. 

Everything had life in the original universe: there were no inanimate things there. For instance, if there were stones or bodies of water, all these were living and could communicate with humanoids just like the way humanoids communicated with each other. No one thing exploited another:  all creation  lived in symbiosis.

The humanoid race created by the Paal Taal was sexless: they were neither male nor female. But they were sociable beings and bonds between individuals were unassailably cemented. Everybody was family: there were no close and distant people. Harmony was total. Since there was no male or female, the original humanoids did not reproduce. That did not mean their numbers were always the same as the Paal Taal kept adding to them whenever necessity demanded.        

People chose a particular skill or talent they fancied. One did not agonise to acquire a skill. To make life interesting, a whole host of skills were honed by different individuals so that some could be musicians, others sportsmen, others teachers, etc. Of course it was child’s play for one to embody all these skills and talents at once but that would amount to self-glorification and such egocentrism wasn’t an aspect of the original universe.

One great ability humanoids had was to split themselves into several soul fragments so that they could be in various places in the universe at once. For argument’s sake, one form of the same person would be in Botswana and another in the US. Still another would be on planet Mars and yet another in a different galaxy.  The principal form remained in the principal locality and was consciously aware of all its other dispersed forms.

There were hierarchies in societies but these were based, largely, on a sense of voluntary duty and not a strictly regimented pecking order. Remember, the humanoids were not perfect: there was always the possibility of error. Yet nobody felt subordinate to another since responsibility was exercised humbly, humanely, and inclusively.

The higher you were in the hierarchy, the more you served others and not vice versa as it is in our bastardised world. Seniority was based not on one’s competences but on one’s intrinsic worth – strength of virtue.  The more upstanding you were as a moral agent, the higher the rung you occupied in the social strata. The hierarchical structure, however, was a basically flat one as there were no extremes in the idiosyncrasies of individuals.


For eons, all was well both in the Central Universe, on the rims of which the Paal Taal resided, and the physical universe, where the humanoid race dwelt. Then all hell broke loose – literally. And at the centre of this kerfuffle was Lucifer.

Now, let us reiterate a point we have already made. Lucifer did not dwell in the presence of God, the First Source, as per what your pastor will on occasion sermonize. That narrative belongs to the refuse bin. He was not even created by God: he was created by the Paal Taal. It was to the Paal Taal he was accountable as the leader and most gifted of the angelic order.  The role of the angelic race was to serve the humanoid race in keeping with the Heavenly precept that leaders are actually servants: it is they who serve those beneath them in the hierarchy.     

Initially, before the humanoid race came into existence, Lucifer was unfailingly loyal to the Paal Taal. He was the very paragon of what an angelic being ought to be. With the advent of the humanoid race, however, he fell captive to two perversions.  

The first was jealous, not with God or the Paal Taal themselves, but with the humanoid race. Lucifer thought the humanoid race were having quite a blast in their physical reality membrane (universe) in terms of self-fulfillment and self-actualisation. Intrigued, he too decided it was time he joined the revelry but not with noble motives. His motive was to do a demolition job, to shrewdly and systematically spoil the party by sowing   polarity among them. He was wary that humanoids were making great strides both spiritually and in temporal terms and over time would come to exceed the feats of the angelic race and be on par with the Paal Taal. Call this paranoia.

The second had to do with ego. Because of his standing and faculties that were well beyond those of the rest of the angelic race, Lucifer developed an inflated sense of self-worth.  He wanted an own realm that he could directly control and oversee and that realm was the very reality membrane in which the humanoids dwelt. He wanted to relocate to their realm and be their sovereign.

There, he would wield real power since humanoids were hierarchically below the angelic race, whereas in the Central Universe, the authority he exercised was inconsequential in that he had the Paal Taal bearing down on him. In the event, he decided to approach the Paal Taal and table his wishes before them. But first, he had to pitch his manifesto to the angelic race to garner a critical mass of support that would help convince the Paal Taal that his motion was not unilateral but a popular one.

It emerged, however, that not every member of the angelic race shared his aspirations. Only a third did. The rest not only took strong exception but in fact decided to rally behind a new leader as they thought Lucifer’s move amounted to sedition.

Again we do not know what the name of this new leader was but we will employ the familiar, attributed one – Michael. Closing ranks with Michael was the archangel Gabriel (another attributed name), whose role was to deliver special messages from the Paal Taal to the humanoids from time to time. But the third of the angelic host that seconded Lucifer’s motion buoyed him up: it was a huge enough quorum. Soon he had served notice on the Paal Taal that he wanted to present a petition before them. The Paal Taal readily obliged him.


In his pitch to the Paal Taal, Lucifer sugarcoated his scheme. He affected an empathetic posture toward the humanoids, as though he cared for them much more than even the Paal Taal themselves when deep down his aim was to subvert and sabotage them.

Lucifer told the Paal Taal that their idea of letting humanoids chart their own destiny in the physical universe was flawed. He said left alone as they presently were, they would at some stage become oblivious of their purpose as spiritual beings and lose their sense of godly direction.

In other words, they would become much more carnal than Heavenly: they would come to identify themselves with physical reality  when in truth they were from  the spiritual world. With such a propensity, they would be in danger of indulging in conduct that could ultimately throw their realm into disarray. This would boomerang back at the spiritual realms and possibly cause their destruction, including that of the angelic race as well as that of the Paal Taal.

In order to forestall such a disruptive  turn of events, Lucifer argued, angels should be allowed to participate in the physical realm and directly  co-exist with the humanoids as the only surefire way of ensuring they did not stray and that they were wholly focused on their ascension to the status of even finer beings spiritually. 

To do this, the angels needed a soul-carrier similar to that of humanoids to make it possible for them to inhabit the physical realm. The angels would be of seamless assistance to the humanoids as the angelic form was superior in its capabilities.    

All in all, the accusations Lucifer levelled against the Paal Taal were threefold. First, they were overly controlling and were arbitrary in their superintendence over creation. Second, they did not have the best interests of the humanoids at heart, whereas Lucifer did. Third, the Paal Taal had erred by denying the angels a soul-carrier capable of settling in the physical universe. This was a violation of free will and it was time this injustice was redressed.  

Lucifer had thrown down quite a gauntlet.  It was more than ample food for thought on the part of the Paal Taal.


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Chronic Joblessness: How to Help Curtail it

30th November 2020
Motswana woman

The past week or two has been a mixed grill of briefs in so far as the national employment picture is concerned. BDC just injected a further P64 million in Kromberg & Schubert, the automotive cable manufacturer and exporter, to help keep it afloat in the face of the COVID-19-engendered global economic apocalypse. The financial lifeline, which follows an earlier P36 million way back in 2017, hopefully guarantees the jobs of 2500, maybe for another year or two.

It was also reported that a bulb manufacturing company, which is two years old and is youth-led, is making waves in Selibe Phikwe. Called Bulb Word, it is the only bulb manufacturing operation in Botswana and employs 60 people. The figure is not insignificant in a town that had 5000 jobs offloaded in one fell swoop when BCL closed shop in 2016 under seemingly contrived circumstances, so that as I write, two or three buyers have submitted bids to acquire and exhume it from its stage-managed grave.

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The Era of “The Diplomat”

30th November 2020

Youngest Maccabees scion Jonathan takes over after Judas and leads for 18 years

Going hand-in-glove with the politics at play in Judea in the countdown to the AD era, General Atiku, was the contention for the priesthood. You will be aware, General, that politics and religion among the Jews interlocked. If there wasn’t a formal and sovereign Jewish King, there of necessity had to be a High Priest at any given point in time.

Initially, every High Priest was from the tribe of Levi as per the stipulation of the Torah. At some stage, however, colonisers of Judah imposed their own hand-picked High Priests who were not ethnic Levites. One such High Priest was Menelaus of the tribe of Benjamin.

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Land Board appointments of party activists is political corruption

30th November 2020

Parliament has rejected a motion by Leader of Opposition (LOO) calling for the reversing of the recent appointments of ruling party activists to various Land Boards across the country. The motion also called for the appointment of young and qualified Batswana with tertiary education qualifications.

The ruling party could not allow that motion to be adopted for many reasons discussed below. Why did the LOO table this motion? Why was it negated? Why are Land Boards so important that a ruling party felt compelled to deploy its functionaries to the leadership and membership positions?

Prior to the motion, there was a LOO parliamentary question on these appointments. The Speaker threw a spanner in the works by ruling that availing a list of applicants to determine who qualified and who didn’t would violate the rights of those citizens. This has completely obliterated oversight attempts by Parliament on the matter.

How can parliament ascertain the veracity of the claim without the names of applicants? The opposition seeks to challenge this decision in court.  It would also be difficult in the future for Ministers and government officials to obey instructions by investigative Parliamentary Committees to summon evidence which include list of persons. It would be a bad precedent if the decision is not reviewed and set aside by the Business Advisory Committee or a Court of law.

Prior to independence, Dikgosi allocated land for residential and agricultural purposes. At independence, land tenures in Botswana became freehold, state land and tribal land. Before 1968, tribal land, which is land belonging to different tribes, dating back to pre-independence, was allocated and administered by Dikgosi under Customary Law. Dikgosi are currently merely ‘land overseers’, a responsibility that can be delegated. Land overseers assist the Land Boards by confirming the vacancy or availability for occupation of land applied for.

Post-independence, the country was managed through modern law and customary law, a system developed during colonialism. Land was allocated for agricultural purposes such as ploughing and grazing and most importantly for residential use. Over time some land was allocated for commercial purpose. In terms of the law, sinking of boreholes and development of wells was permitted and farmers had some rights over such developed water resources.

Land Boards were established under Section 3 of the Tribal Land Act of 1968 with the intention to improve tribal land administration. Whilst the law was enacted in 1968, Land Boards started operating around 1970 under the Ministry of Local Government and Lands which was renamed Ministry of Lands and Housing (MLH) in 1999. These statutory bodies were a mechanism to also prune the powers of Dikgosi over tribal land. Currently, land issues fall under the Ministry of Land Management, Water and Sanitation Services.

There are 12 Main Land Boards, namely Ngwato, Kgatleng, Tlokweng, Tati, Chobe, Tawana, Malete, Rolong, Ghanzi, Kgalagadi, Kweneng and Ngwaketse Land Boards.  The Tribal Land Act of 1968 as amended in 1994 provides that the Land Boards have the powers to rescind the grant of any rights to use any land, impose restrictions on land usage and facilitate any transfer or change of use of land.

Some land administration powers have been decentralized to sub land boards. The devolved powers include inter alia common law and customary law water rights and land applications, mining, evictions and dispute resolution. However, decisions can be appealed to the land board or to the Minister who is at the apex.

So, land boards are very powerful entities in the country’s local government system. Membership to these institutions is important not only because of monetary benefits of allowances but also the power of these bodies. in terms of the law, candidates for appointment to Land Boards or Subs should be residents of the tribal areas where appointments are sought, be holders of at least Junior Certificate and not actively involved in politics.  The LOO contended that ruling party activists have been appointed in the recent appointments.

He argued that worse, some had no minimum qualifications required by the law and that some are not inhabitants of the tribal or sub tribal areas where they have been appointed. It was also pointed that some people appointed are septuagenarians and that younger qualified Batswana with degrees have been rejected.

Other arguments raised by the opposition in general were that the development was not unusual. That the ruling party is used to politically motivated appointments in parastatals, civil service, diplomatic missions, specially elected councilors and Members of Parliament (MPs), Bogosi and Land Boards. Usually these positions are distributed as patronage to activists in return for their support and loyalty to the political leadership and the party.

The ruling party contended that when the Minister or the Ministry intervened and ultimately appointed the Land Boards Chairpersons, Deputies and members , he didn’t have information, as this was not information required in the application, on who was politically active and for that reason he could not have known who to not appoint on that basis. They also argued that opposition activists have been appointed to positions in the government.

The counter argument was that there was a reason for the legal requirement of exclusion of political activists and that the government ought to have mechanisms to detect those. The whole argument of “‘we didn’t know who was politically active” was frivolous. The fact is that ruling party activists have been appointed. The opposition also argued that erstwhile activists from their ranks have been recruited through positions and that a few who are serving in public offices have either been bought or hold insignificant positions which they qualified for anyway.

Whilst people should not be excluded from public positions because of their political activism, the ruling party cannot hide the fact that they have used public positions to reward activists. Exclusion of political activists may be a violation of fundamental human or constitutional rights. But, the packing of Land Boards with the ruling party activists is clear political corruption. It seeks to sow divisions in communities and administer land in a politically biased manner.

It should be expected that the ruling party officials applying for land or change of land usage etcetera will be greatly assisted. Since land is wealth, the ruling party seeks to secure resources for its members and leaders. The appointments served to reward 2019 election primary and general elections losers and other activists who have shown loyalty to the leadership and the party.

Running a country like this has divided it in a way that may be difficult to undo. The next government may decide to reset the whole system by replacing many of government agencies leadership and management in a way that is political. In fact, it would be compelled to do so to cleanse the system.

The opposition is also pondering on approaching the courts for review of the decision to appoint party functionaries and the general violation of clearly stated terms of reference. If this can be established with evidence, the courts can set aside the decision on the basis that unqualified people have been appointed.

The political activism aspect may also not be difficult to prove as some of these people are known activists who are in party structures, at least at the time of appointment, and some were recently candidates. There is a needed for civil society organizations such as trade unions and political parties to fight some of these decisions through peaceful protests and courts.

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