Priest Feeds His Followers Rat Poison To Show They Can Defy Death. See What Happened To Them In The End. Horrifying!

A priest from Soshaguve, South Africa named Light Monyeki proclaimed last February 4 during the High Place Conference, which is also referred to as his "Supernatural Service" that they must not feat death, as they will not die.

So, the priest started pouring Rattax, a popular rat poison into a bottle of water, which he then urged his followers to drink from the poisoned water. 

Monyeki then took a swig from the bottle of poisoned water. Many of his followers ran to take a drink as well. The congregation, in their absolute faith in Monyeki, rushed forward to drink the poison.
But in the evening, many members of the congregation started to complain of stomach pains and later 5 of them were declared to be dead, 13 more of the member of the congregation were taken to the hospital for ingesting Monyeki’s rat poison cocktail.

The priest refused to take the blame for the horrific effects of what he did. Instead he said: Too much of any good thing could be bad.

We’re guessing that by “good thing” he’s referring to the ability to escape from death.

The incident has sparked an investigation, though no arrests have been made.


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