Christians who celebrate Easter have been slammed for recognizing a pagan worship. Numerologist, mystic and palmist, Paa Kwesi, in an interview with Prince Kwesi Dadzie aka Mr. Handsome, on Rainbow Radio 87.5FM said, Easter is a celebration that was recognized to honour a female goddess.
Explaining his point, he noted that, the goddess was a Sumerian goddess Inanna, or Ishtar.
The goddess he further explained was hung naked on a stake, and was subsequently resurrected and ascended from the underworld.
He has since challenged men of God who can support the celebration of Easter and the birth of Christ with bible proofs.
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 pagan and have an illuminati connotation to it.
He also noted that all the fun associated with Easter is pagan. Paa Kwesi said Easter originated from Babylonia now Iraq.
He said, ‘’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.
Easter is for the spring goddess and not biblical.’’ Easter commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is the most important Christian festival, and the one celebrated with the greatest joy.
The date of Easter changes each year, and several other Christian festivals fix their dates by reference to Easter. On Good Friday, Jesus Christ was executed by crucifixion.
His body was taken down from the cross, and buried in a cave. His tomb was guarded and a heavy stone was put over the entrance to prevent people from stealing his body.
Some women, visited the tomb on Easter Sunday but found out that, the stone had been moved and the body was where it was originally placed.
He appeared or showed himself to his disciples and they realized he was resurrected jsu he told when he was with them before he was crucified.
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