Zheni Kostadinova – Baba Vanga is an Indisputable Phenomenon

Zheni Kostadinova – Baba Vanga is an Indisputable Phenomenon

– How did you decide to dedicate so much time on documenting the life of Baba Vanga? You have three books that were published by Trud – The Secret of Baba Vanga, Baba Vanga Predictions, Baba Vanga Predictions for Human’s Destinies, and another one called Baba Vanga The Prophetess.

Baba Vanga Predictions - Luxurious Edition (In Bulgarian) by Zheni Kostadinova

Baba Vanga Predictions – Luxurious Edition (In Bulgarian) by Zheni Kostadinova

– I also have one book translated in Russian called Baba Vanga and Russia, and one called Baba Vanga and the Temple, translated in English. I have a Philosophy Degree and my specific interest in Baba Vanga comes from the fact that I was always interested in the things from the hidden world, the mysteries, the unexplained. Baba Vanga was the most well-known Bulgarian prophetess, and the world of a prophet cannot be ignored by a person like me that is excited to learn more about the invisible world.

 – When did you start to write about Baba Vanga?

I started when Baba Vanga passed away in 1996. Nikola Kitzevski – the director of Trud Publishing House offered me the opportunity to write a book about Baba Vanga, knowing my affinity in the Esoterics. Being young and ambitious at the time, I agreed. We gathered a team and went to Rupite for two weeks. I am very happy that we managed to collect a lot of materials about Baba Vanga from her friends. We made pictures, and recorded the fresh memories of many people about our great prophetess. My first book – Baba Vanga Predictions came out in 1997. Then in 1999 I published my second bookBaba Vanga Predictions for Human’s Destinies, and in 2006 an additional edition of Baba Vanga Predictions came out. In the last edition I have published stories shared by people from the hometown of Baba Vanga – Strumitza. I was the first journalist that found the place where Baba Vanga lost her sight. This is the so called Anska Fountain, near the village of Novo Selo. When I was there I did light up a candle. Baba Vanga was saying: “When you visit the Anska Fontain, be careful not to step on my eyes. This is where I lost my eyes.” Just like any person, Baba Vanga suffered a lot, when she became blind. She was only 13 years old. Then another cruel story happens. When her father takes her to Beograd to see a doctor, he asked for a lot of money for the surgery to be done. The father manages to some money, and the surgery is completed. Unfortunately Baba Vanga still cannot see – just some blurry silhouettes when she looks down. Then the doctor cynically says: “For a poor girl like you – that’s the best you can get.”





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