A controversial South African pastor has been spraying a pesticide called Doom at his congregants, claiming to heal a variety of illnesses, including HIV and cancer, and has insisted that his belief comes from God despite the condemnation of several organizations. “We are glorifying God. We want God to be seen. We are saying with God anything is possible,”

Pastor Lethebo Rabalago of the Mount Zion General Assembly in the Limpopo province told Herald Live about the pesticide he’s been spraying on people during services since Nov. 18. Rabalago’s church explained how the method works, and said the pastor “begins to speak to demons in order to address problems people face each day. He then drives them out of their bodies to free the people.” READ MORE