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Baba Vanga Believed in Bulgaria – Story by Anna Karaangelova

Baba Vanga Believed in Bulgaria – Story by Anna Karaangelova

One time, we had a visitor in Petrich – Tamara Dzhedzheva. She was the sister of the wife of the famous Bulgarian poet – Nedyalko Jordanov. Tamara was a classmate of my aunt, with whom I lived together under one roof. She came to Petrich, as she had been ordered to write an article about Baba Vanga, in which article she was supposed to criticize her activities. Tamara asked my aunt for a favor to arrange a meeting for her with the prophetess. The meeting  was arranged and when Tamara entered Baba Vanga’s house she said: “ Why are you taking this woman to me. You know that she didn’t come here for good.” After all Baba Vanga had accepted Tamara. When she came back to our house, she remained silent for about two hours. Baba Vanga with extreme accuracy had told her many things about her personal life – even the worse that she will die young. Nevertheless Tamara did write her material and published it, and during her next meeting with my aunt, she told us that everything that Baba Vanga told her did come true. Unfortunately the worst of the worst came true as well – indeed Tamara did pass away at a very young age.

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The excerpt for this article was taken from Baba Vanga Predictions – Luxurious Edition (In Bulgarian) by Zheni Kostadinova

Over the years I also took people to visit Baba Vanga, but I never asked her about myself. One night I took a good friend of mine to the prophetess as doctors had found a tumor in her brain and she was very worried. Right from the door Baba Vanga said: “What bothers you dear? You need a man badly, not a doctor. You don’t have any cancer. Don’t worry, it is not cancer. Doctors didn’t give you the right diagnose this time. Don’t give up on your science studies – you will succeed!”

Eventually it turned out that my friend’s husband was homosexual. They just had a divorce and she was still living the drama. It happened exactly as Baba Vanga said – my friend married for the second time, and she became a Phd in Law.

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