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Baba Vanga Biography in Greater Details

Baba Vanga Biography in Greater Details

“There was a third additional room” Lubka remembers “ that we used as a kitchen, bedroom and generally everything. There was a bed made out of lumber that was placed on 4 gas tin-plates. There was no blanket, and for pillow there was a sack filled with corn leaves”

The described bed, was used by grandma Magdalena – Dimitar’s mother, who slept there with the three kids of Dimitar’s murdered brother, and two other kids from his other brothers. Everywhere it was filthy.

Simply put, Baba Vanga replaced one lifestyle of misery, with another no less miserable and difficult.

On 10th of May 1942 Baba Vanga got married to Dimitar. It was not easy. Grandma Magdalena was not pleased with Baba Vanga. When she saw her, the first thing she said was “My son, some luck you’ve had” Maybe she was hoping that her son will bring home some strong redneck girl, that can take care of them all. In the house, besides grandma Magdalena and the 5 kids of Dimitar’s brothers, there was also the wife of the murdered brother, who was sick with tuberculosis and was fading away. Magdalena was already 70 years old and could do almost nothing.

Baba Vanga swallowed the insults, and soon showed what she is capable of. With her strong spirit, misery could not scare her, after all that is all she ever knew. Baba Vanga and Lubka started transforming the house. They scrubbed, cleaned, painted and very soon, the house looked tidy and welcoming. In this war time years it was very difficult to achieve coziness, but Baba Vanga did it, with basically nothing. From simple cloth she made curtains, and Lubka beautifully traversed them. From painted pack-thread they made covers for the beds.

Baba Vanga forbid the villagers to gather in her yard and to trade there. She cleaned and arranged the yard, everywhere her touch of a skilled and capable wife was present.

Then, towards the end of the war, in “Strumica” Region  rebel squads started forming, and many young man joined in order to fight against the retreating German army. Lubka and Vasil, secretly agreed to enlist together. Vasil was 22 years old. Baba Vanga was very sad of this decision Vasil made. With tears pouring out of her eyes she was begging him: “Please don’t go. You will be killed at the age of 23”

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