Remember this hugely funny video that went viral a few months ago? There is this fraud pastor called Sebastian Martin in Vasai, Maharashtra. He claims to ‘heal’ people with serious health issues by merely chanting ararararararara at the top of his voice.
In this video he claims to ‘cure’ a woman who says ‘both her kidneys have completely failed’. She says she cannot walk and is awaiting a slow, painful death. Enter Mr. Fraud pastor wearing an ill-fitting suit.
Mr. Pastor then chants ararararararara loudly. The woman falls off into some sort of a swoon. The pastor then tells her to get up. The woman gets up and miraculously, starts running. A gullible audience claps in brain-dead ecstasy. Everyone hails the ‘power of Jesus’.
What a victory of faith, right?
Well, news is, the fraud pastor himself is sick and needs treatment. Guess where HE goes to seek ‘healing?’ No, not to Jesus.
Sebastian Martin, runs the ‘Ashirwad Prayer Centre’ in Vasai. There are many videos on YouTube which show Martin ‘healing’ patients suffering from various ailments through his ararararararara. According to the prayer centre’s website, it distributes ‘anointed’ articles like scarves, handkerchiefs and oil, which are believed to provide ‘healing and deliverance’.
The mainstream media which normally keeps attacking godmen, Sadhus and Sadhvis couldn’t spare some time and space for this fake pastor who made a business out of conning poor and gullible people.
Sebastian Martin may claim to ‘heal’ other people, but when HE falls sick, he gets himself admitted to a regular medical hospital. You know, the place where ordinary doctors with medical degrees will treat him.
At the moment as the man, who claimed to cure any ailment, is admitted to a hospital with a spinal problem. Clearly, the ‘power of Jesus’ is not enough for the pastor, when it comes to his own health.