WEIRD but true, a man who run over a woman this morning in Lusaka, was discovered to have a snake on him after he was taken to a police station for a statement.
There was commotion near the University Teaching Hospital (UTH) after a man was found with a snake believed to have been used for witchcraft purposes.
The unidentified man bashed a woman but the injuries sustained however turned out and looked like a snake bite.
He however swiftly bolted for safety after the incident but a mob later apprehended him after the bizarre accident.
It was however when he was taken to the UTH Police Post that the snake slithered out of his shirt much to the consternation of the officers that were questioning him.
The man later pushed the serpent back but it again emerged ready to protect him and attack those who attempted to lay hands on him
Bewilderment and chaos reigned supreme as passers-by surrounded the place to get a closer view of the snake and its owner. Others were busy taking photos from the onset and managed to capture pictures of the snake.

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NATIONAL SUNDAY LAW is conspiracy theory which alleges that the United States government is on the verge of enacting a national blue law that would make Sunday a day of rest and worship. The theory is based on the idea that the Pope is the Antichrist and the Mark of the Beast is worshipped on Sunday. Sinister forces (read: the Vatican) are conspiring to enact a national Sunday law in the United States, which would be the trigger that unleashes the fulfilment of the prophecies found in the Biblical books of Daniel and Revelation.
This idea originated within Seventh-Day Adventism (which considers the Sabbath to be Saturday), and some on the fringes of the SDA church have taken a handful of failed Congressional bills and Papal writings and inflated them into the trigger of the apocalypse. This is quite ironic considering that you would think blue law opposition would come from more secular groups.
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1 History
2 Connections to the Antichrist
3 Also consider
4 You can’t be serious. People really believe this?
5 See also
6 Footnotes

Fears about a national Sunday law date almost to the founding of the SDA church. In The Great Controversy, Ellen G. White wrote: “and even in free America, rulers and legislators, in order to secure public favor, will yield to the popular demand for a law enforcing Sunday observance.”[1] She claimed to have foreseen such a thing in 1844.[2] The most notable attempt at passing a national blue law was in 1888, coincidentally the same year the third edition of The Great Controversy was released. The fourth and last edition in 1911, still containing this national Sunday law teaching, is still in circulation today.
U.S. Senator Henry Blair[3] (R-NH) introduced a national Sunday bill in 1888[2] which thankfully did not pass. Alonzo T. Jones, of the California Conference of the SDA church, spoke before the United States Senate Committee on Education and Labor about the subject.[4] Jones also wrote a book, National Sunday Law, published in 1889.[5]
A century later, parts of John Paul II’s Dies Domini encouraged Sunday rest guarantees from secular government,[6] writing that “my predecessor Pope Leo XIII in his Encyclical Rerum Novarum spoke of Sunday rest as a worker’s right which the State must guarantee” and “Christians will naturally strive to ensure that civil legislation respects their duty to keep Sunday holy.”
[edit]Connections to the Antichrist

Some Seventh-Day Adventists got the idea that a national Sunday law was a clear and present danger to their religious freedom.[7] They fear that the Antichrist will unleash great persecution of Sabbath-keepers just before the Second Coming.
The belief tying Sunday blue laws to Bible prophecy and the Antichrist appears to come from White’s The Great Controversy. To quote her again: “Satan himself will personate Christ. […] he claims to have changed the Sabbath to Sunday, and commands all to hallow the day which he has blessed. He declares that those who persist in keeping holy the seventh day are blaspheming his name by refusing to listen to his angels sent to them with light and truth.”[1] Modern SDA ministers like A. Jan Marcussen have continued this association, equating the “beast” of Revelation with the Papacy.[8] He also identifies the Number of the Beast from Revelation 13:18, 666, from the numerical values of the Pope’s presumed title of “Vicarius Filii Dei”; actually, this has never been an official title of the Roman Pontiff. But it sounds enough like one of his official titles, “Vicarius Christi,” to confuse paranoid people.
This fear of a coming national Sunday law became a conspiracy theory and something that must inevitably happen, due to the official church stance on Ellen G. White’s writings as carrying divine authority.[9]
Several books cheaply printed for mass distribution continue to promote fear of a coming national Sunday law, among them National Sunday Law by A. Jan Marcussen[10] and the National Sunday Law Crisis apparently published by Harvestime Books (the purveyors of other fine books on alternate cancer remedies, the adult vaccination crisis, and the like).[11] Marcussen’s book ties other issues into the conspiracy; for example, there is a conspiracy to bring back the death penalty so Sabbath-keepers can be executed once the national Sunday law is enacted. Marcussen’s book has been mysteriously showing up since 1983 in laundromats, phone booths, rest areas, and unsolicited in the mail and usually elicits unintentional lulz from the reader.
Despite the presumed support of an international religious organization with two thousand years of recorded history, and numerous predictions, no such law has been passed in the United States in the one hundred years since it was first mentioned.
[edit]Also consider

Blue laws already exist in many states/countries/municipalities, restricting anything from the sale of alcoholic beverages to, in the past, businesses being open at all on Sunday. What is so special about a national Sunday law that would make it the trigger that sets off the fulfilment of Bible prophecy, when the U.S. was already blanketed with state and local blue laws?
The trend over the past four decades has been to repeal those blue laws. Any attempt today at introducing such a bill in the U.S. Congress for a national law would be laughed at.
Such a law would be blatantly unconstitutional under the Establishment Clause. Even if such a bill passed Congress, it would be immediately stayed by the courts and struck down soon thereafter.
A law requiring businesses to close? In the United States? That might cut into corporate profits! Think of the job creators, somebody. It seems politically impossible.
Such a law would be widely viewed as antisemitic as well as anti-Seventh-day-Adventist.
Belief that such a law is inevitably coming is based on a peculiar interpretation of Bible prophecy and fears dating from the late 1800s that have ossified into a persistent conspiracy theory, not on any real legislative priorities in Congress. A quick look at shows nothing of the sort introduced in Congress in recent years. The closest things have been bills mentioning Sunday premium pay or designating certain Sundays “Drive Safer Sunday” or “Parent’s Day.”
What is so special about the United States that a national Sunday law in the U.S. would trigger the end times? Would a national Sunday law in Thailand, Ukraine, or the Democratic Republic of the Congo also trigger the end times?
Where they get Sunday worship as the mark of the beast is anyone’s guess. (The number of the beast is described in Revelation 13 as 666, and the mark of the beast is described as a physical mark on the hand or forehead.)


A 34 year old woman of Serenje has been apprehended on suspicion of cutting her newly-borne baby into pieces.

Police are still investigating the matter but preliminary findings resulting from a postmortem on the flesh found in the woman’s possession show that it is that of a human being.

The woman, identified as Estella Misela of Chieftainess Serenje in Central Province, now faces a charge of infanticide.

Relatives to the accused alerted police after noticing that her pregnancy weighing around eight months had suddenly disappeared.

Central Province Police Chief Lombe Kamukoshi confirmed that the woman had been apprehended but further details on the matter will only be released after investigations have been concluded.

“I can confirm that we have received that report but we are still investigating the matter and the woman has been remanded in custody,” Ms Kamukoshi said.

The suspect was apprehended as she spread the human flesh on some leaves.

Last year, a woman of Serenje was arrested and later released for lack of evidence to pin her for chopping her baby into pieces and cooking the body parts.

A civic leader who chose anonymity appealed to the police to subject the woman to a medical check-up considering the heinous act committed.

In another development, 32 Mkushi residents have appeared in the magistrates’ court for malicious damage to property and riotous behaviour at the weekend.

They were accused of damaging property belonging to Mkushi Copper School. They were also linked to the theft of mattresses.

Of the 32, only one juvenile pleaded guilty to stealing a mattress while the rest denied the charge.

Disorder erupted in Mkushi over a pupil believed to have gone missing in the area. The pupil was last seen in April this year

Kim Kardashian Opens Boutique In Lusaka, Zambia

Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian has been investing in businesses around the world and sources have confirmed she opened a store in Lusaka, Zambia. We are still trying to get the address so the ladies can rush there and grab some stuff… Who knows might be Kanye behind the counter LOL!! #JustForGaggs

Energy Company Fries Sausage on Power Lines

Representatives of Duke Energy roasted a sausage for students last week at the Franklin County School .

The barbecue wasn’t intended as social occasion; rather it provided a graphic demonstration of what can happen to human flesh when it touches live current.

A “redneck microwave” joked one of the fourth graders, who as a group were stunned by the flaming damage that could be caused by just a momentary touch of live current from a broken power line.

Duke Energy transportable “Live Line” trailer was on hand April 30 as part of an evening demonstration for police officers, firefighters and emergency operations personnel, how to handle storm policy and mobilization.

Four linemen – Robert Douin, from Crawfordville; Austin Weaver, from Ocala; Danny Burns, from Madison; and Willie Hamrick, from Perry – plus Bruce Holley, a Dunnellon supervisor, and Brian Smith, a technical skill specialist, from Ocala, conducted the demonstration all say for the students.

Also on hand was Bobby Pickels, Duke’s community relations director for the area, who explained to the elementary and middle school students who witnessed the demos, about electrical safety.

If you hit a pole, or see a line on the ground, “get away from it and call 911,” he told them. “Do not get out of the car, if you don’t have to.”

Pastor Takes The Podium First Time Since Nude Video

South African pastor Sithembiso Zondo took the podium for the first time since a nude video of him, allegedly filmed by a mistress, leaked online.

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Zondo, best known for his motivational talks on Ukhozi FM’s Breakfast Show on Tuesdays, caused a stir last week after a video posted by the Daily Sun showed him unknowingly being filmed by a female companion while he talks on the phone casually walking around in his home in his birthday suit.

On Sunday the pastor unexpectedly urged his followers not to delete the video but to watch it again whenever they are going through a difficult time in life.

“Do not delete my naked video. In life you’ll be in a bad situation and when that time comes, go through my video again and be reminded that there was once a naked pastor who made news. What could be more embarrassing?” Zondo said.

Church members stood on their chairs and some raised them above their heads in support of the pastor as he spoke about the scandal for the first time.

“Sithembiso Zondo is not bigger than God. Whatever may come, we are here to stay,” a member of the church told News24 isiZulu.

During the service Zondo apologised to the SABC and pastors fraternity. “I stand before you in shame. I am sincerely sorry,” Zondo said.

Source: BeeAfrican