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COVID-19:Nature is angry with human species and no prayer can save the nation—Jnana Caksus Das

Master of Numerology, Jnana Caksus Das has called on the government to beef up actions in dealing with the COVID-19 case in the country.

He said if pragmatic measures were not taken at early stage, the situation would get worse and sink the economy of the country.

Speaking in an interview today on Adom Tv in Accra, Mr Das bemoaned that the situation of the country would worsen off if government did not ensure the citizens obliged by the social distancing protocol.

He observed that the youth were not seeing the magnitude of the virus, thus heep up in certain places including beech, clubs among others and called on government to act fast.

Mr Das insisted that the numbers he was counting concerning nature suggested that more doom was ahead, adding that “we have to initiate intelligible actions to contain the situation before it gets out of control.”

He explained that nature was upset with human species and no prayer could amend the omen ahead.

Mr Das maintained that the nation could pray for wisdom in addressing the situation but could not utterly turn away the wrath of nature from punishing mankind.

“Humans think the world is for them so they are destroying everything on the land, sea and forest, killing animals irresponsibly without exercising mercy,”  he said.

The numerologist indicated that the world would find respite from sickness and suffering in September 23, saying “on March 22 two planets, Mars and Saturn joined together in the sixth house. When these two planets meet they bring debt, health issues and enmity thus the world suffer and economy sinks.”

He said 2020 is number four and combining these numbers together in the science of metaphysics it calls for hardship and famine.

Mr Das predicted that California might encounter tsunami between the months of May and July since Mercury planet would take over from the two planets, stressing that part of the city might submerge and cautioned Americans.

He urged African leaders especially the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to implement curfew in the country.

That, Mr Das stated would help him to arrest those who go against the social distancing protocol to protect the lives of the citizenry.

BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE

Written by Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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