Numerologist Wants to Cure the World of Coronavirus With Bad Spelling

Scientists the world over have been struggling to contain the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus for almost two years, but one Indian numerologist believes we can cure the world of this pandemic just with the help of bad spelling.

SV Annandd Rao, a stenographer and numerology hobbyist from Ananthapuram, in India’s Andrash Pradesh state, believes that simply spelling “covid” and “corona” the wrong way can cure not only his home district, but the entire world of coronavirus. Apparently the numbers corresponding to the letters in the current spelling of these words add up to a very dangerous number, which will bring the world to its knees. But if we could change that terrible number to something beneficial, by simply adding some letters, than all will be well…

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“The existing name ‘Corona’ adds up to a dangerous number, causing unimaginable devastation to the entire world,” Annandd told Times of India. “If we fill the spelling with divine power it will create an aura leading to the complete disappearance of the virus. Similar benefits can be achieved by changing the spelling of Covid-19 to ‘Covviyd-19’.”

Rao, who practices numerology as a hobby and has added an extra ‘n’ and ‘d’ to his name for good luck, has set up a banner asking the public to use the changed spelling, in an effort to rid the world of the pandemic.

“If u use the changed spelling of CARONAA and COVVIYD-19 by affixing the same to either door or in public places or by tying the banner in all public places, CARONAA will be disappeared from not only from Ananthapuram dist. but also from the world,” the banner reads. “This is guarantee as it is divine power as per NUMEROLOGY.”
As you can imagine, Mr Rao’s suggestion has been met with raised eyebrows and big smiles, with some suggesting that his method be used to get rid of corrupt politicians.

“Let’s change the spelling of all the politicians n see if it brings any luck to our country,” one person commented.

“You can find comedy anywhere these days,” someone else wrote on Twitter.

Annandd Rao’s solution may not be as effective as he claims, but it beats selling bleach as a cure for Covid-19 to desperate and gullible people.

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