Ghanaian numerologist claims Easter is for pagans

Ghanaian numerologist claims Easter is for pagans

- A Ghanaian numerologist, Paa Kwesi, has claimed that Easter is a celebration for pagans

- He added that it is responsible for economic hardships, accidents and deaths in Ghana

A Ghanaian numerologist, mystic and psalmist, Paa Kwesi, has argued that Easter is a pagan event.

In a report by, he stated that Easter is a celebration that was recognized to honour a female goddess.

Speaking with Prince Kwesi Dadzie, better known as Mr. Handsome, he added that the goddess was called Inanna or Ishtar.

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He went on to say that Ishtar was the Babylonian and Assyrian mother goddess who presided over love, war and fertility.

She was also known as Estore and people celebrated it to recognize her in the year 20 BC.

He further explained that she was hung naked on a stake, and was subsequently resurrected and ascended from the underworld.

He has therefore challenged men of God who can support the celebration of Easter and the birth of Christ to do so with proof from the Bible.

In his view, if we do not stop celebrating Easter, we will continue to experience, economic instability, accidents, fire outbreaks and deaths because Easter is connected to the Illuminati.

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