Johannesburg’s Black Magic Circle of Consumption

By Dr Edward Yusuf Mitole

I have always wondered why consumption is such an opiate among us as black people in South Africa.

Consumption has such a powerful allure upon us that we will go to the extremes of killing each other for tenders, taxi routes or clients.

We will sell each other out to foreign interests, sabotage the nation and even destroy black competence just to make a little to consume western products at the expense of our nation and children’s futures.

Money is misappropriated, state companies sold to foreign [western] interests, institutions cannibalised and debt taken from white banks all for us to buy our women Indian hair dedicated to Indian gods.

We will spend on ostentatious red bottoms, handbags, bubbly, skin lighteners, designer suits, depreciating German cars and houses in estates owned and guarded by the same boers who are secretly planning a war that might start with the elimination of the same black elite who live in these estates.

While researching on these contradictions, I came across a fascinating article written by an occult practitioner in which he postulates that: with all our four “gates” better known as the gate shopping centres, having been built along ley-lines the completion of the Mall Of Africa, which is positioned true north of Johannesburg, closes off and crowns a perfect five pointed star [pentagram] to create the Johannesburg Black Magic Circle Of Consumption.

In this magic circle, Mall of Africa forms the spirit or northern crown of the matrix, while Sandton, Rosebank and Hyde Park represent the heart and soul [or PENTAGON] centre to complete the consumption trap.


The result is all the people within this area and those who come into it are under the spell of the five forces of spirit, earth, wind, fire and water, which in this case are being channeled to drive greed and fruitless consumption in the conurbation. We can refer to this as black magic or white occult witchcraft.

This painted a new picture around the drug dealing, hijackings, corruption, blessers, murder and sex for money culture that is endemic in this city: it’s under an evil veil.

The power of the circle is so strong that it pulls people from thousands of miles into the circle, making Johannesburg the most visited city in Africa. Yet it doesn’t really have any important sites to speak of except maybe the Cradle of Humankind.

Reflecting on these statistics for a moment, they are basically saying Johannesburg attracts more visitors than Cairo and the pyramids, Mali and the ancient scrolls or the seventh wonder of the world Musi Wa Thunya [Victoria falls] in Zimbabwe.

I’m sure many people will feel like this is just another one of the many conspiracy theories out there, however, let’s take some time to assess the facts.

Can anyone say that we are not in a consumption obsession in Johannesburg, and can anyone say that people will not go to extremes to consume in this city? Does it make sense that people visit Johannesburg before seeing the pyramids?

Furthermore, is Sandton not the centre of this gluttonous consumption? Do we not consume more than we invest and are people not pulled from as far afield as Nigeria, Ghana and Kenya into this circle of consumption [Sandton in particular] to leave huge amounts of money?

Just as an example, last year I saw a Nigerian man buying thirty thousand dollars worth of South African beef fillet to export back to Nigeria. Think about this for a moment. A Nigerian man was exporting South African beef back to Nigeria from a Sandton butchery, yet there is tasty beef in Nigeria.

Some time later, I saw a Ghanaian also buying twenty two thousand dollars of the same from the same butchery to export back to Ghana.

It takes anyone with an understanding of the tastelessness of South African [GMO, hormone and antibiotic infused] poisonous beef, compare that with organic Nigerian or Ghanaian beef to begin to realise that something must be driving this senseless consumption.

The consumption magic circle has been in the making for decades according to plans and designs of the powerful occultists who run the nation.

What is more insidious is that it seems like it was designed to coincide with black independence to entrap the black ruling class in a culture of mindless consumption that would lead them to sell South Africa and all it has to the highest bidder.



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While it’s also lulling them into a deep slumber that is seeing them slowly being set up for elimination by the shrewd foe who is helming them in psychologically, politically, economically and militarily as they consume without caution.

What is also interesting to note is that one of the biggest investors in malls in South Africa, with a R96bil endowment invested in private properties, is GEPF [Government Employee Pension Fund] which is controlled by PIC [Public Investment Corporation].

Most of their property investments having been made in Pareto Limited, which owns a number of the biggest malls in the country, although I’m not sure if they have funds in all five of the malls in the circle of consumption.

Basically, our public pension funds are being used to create the consumption traps that keep our nation as one of the countries with the highest household debt in the world instead of investing these funds into driving industrialisation in South Africa, using civil servant funds to take a controlling stake in Eskom to save it from western vultures, or us establishing locally owned processing industries for our resources, or maybe investing in setting up a black bank to ensure that South African banking is transformed.

Our civil servants pensions invested through white investment companies are leveraged to get our already impoverished masses consuming more western commodities and not saving, at the expense of developing local businesses.

A closer inspection of why this is happening will show that the big financiers of South Africa, what we refer to as white monopoly capital (Oppenheimer, NM Rothschild and Rupert), the ones with a legislative and spiritual grip on our country are involved in these five malls and were instrumental in crafting PIC legislation, ensuring that they maintain control of the most powerful weapon being deployed against black people the world over: fruitless consumption.


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  1. Hi guys. You forget that there’s value in the PIC’s investment here. Unlike their investments in SOE’s. As well as the fact that someone has to be spending so that there is an economy, so perhaps not so dumb after all.

  2. This is certainly one of the most amazing, eye opening and mind awakening Pan-Africanistic article I have ever come across. I think our people need to read more of these and understand how this world works in these vicious circles of human consumption. Thank you Admin

  3. Sometimes people are ignorant which is fine but immediately they are well aware of their surroundings ir becomes an eye opener which is goid for the country and the nation

  4. An interesting conversation could be had from this. Not so much a conspiracy than it is a socioeconomic phenomena that I have debated from a young age. The key take home points for me are:

    1. The fallacious and exuberant consumption of the Africans is a challenge. You see it with the once infamous “isikhotani” culture. It promoted an exuberant culture of spending which stems from African perceptions of pseudo wealth. We spend well beyond our means and find ourselves trapped in this idea that to impress others we need to dress and act a specific way. This lifestyle is perpetuated by popular culture and social media.

    2. The consumption component of Economic activity in South Africa is larger than the value of domestic production which creates issues of immense income inequality, and in seeking economic rents attached to Social Capital, consumers will drive the agenda of conspicuous consumption to a point where Teenagers in the township can coerce their cash strapped, debt-burdened parent/grandparents/guardians for goods that they (guardians) cannot afford. This ushers-in the creation of credit markets – credit driven consumption which is ultimately an unsustainable problem as current trends grow exponentially requiring more goods. This, whilst income is stagnant if not declining in real terms.

    3. The matter of the establishment of the sophisticated regional malls and now Super-malls with sometimes premium goods offering has been well structured to meet these consumer trends. And rightfully so, as in the case of South Point, these are markets that the Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF) should not be investing in. They are not developmental to the beneficiaries of the pension fund. However, unknowingly civil servants are digging their own grave by virtually consuming (on credit) in these spaces where their pensions are anchored. The vicious cycle starts when they default on their debt which impacts their life savings and possible erosion thereof. It is an evil cycle. Same argument holds with South Point, for which through a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) the PIC owns close to 60%. Their clients cannot afford to send their children to University and afford the accommodation and rentals of the SPV. 

    Some of the customers you see purchasing premium products in Sandton come from Soweto. Some of them refuse to pay for their electricity on the basis that electricity is expensive. I cannot remember how many times I would go to a night club and find someone buying bottles yet the resides in Soweto. It is not easy to ascertain their attitudes and actions on the matter of electricity however by association they form a portion of that R18 billion debt. So yeah a magic circle it may be.

  5. Brilliant article. The solution is black people coming to God and praying as a nation and wisdom will be revealed unto us. Amen

  6. The writer refers to whites as ‘Boers’ showing some sort of underlying hatred for them. That immediately put me off this article.

  7. Man!!if we werecan to sit and unfold more articles related to this one…can we talk about such truths everyday just till our people have a paradigm shift…lets feed on such articles

    1. Yes Chelsea, the more we publish and open the mind, one read at a time, the little steps we make moving forward. Thanks for reading

      1. Interest and spending beyond one’s means.
        The issue of having NO say in PIC. Who invests in in self interest of the elites? Who has interest and is entrusted with money and the hidden agenda…
        Further Creation of Multinationals and Conglomerates – who pays secret deals and creates and sponsors government and create opposition parties and creates and backs NGOs to suit whose agenda?
        Democracy is giving our Rights over to pretended double standard governments serving ultetior agenda while in power with secret deals

  8. Wow.., 1st time I read an article about ZA written in this manner.., people need to see the truth of who really controls the country/world.., thank you for the enlightening news

  9. Rarely have I read a more relevant article about the nature of our problems. Bravo Pinky.

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