Cenka Georgieva About Baba Vanga – close friend of Baba Vanga
Baba Vanga asked me to move to the Rupite so I comfort and solace her, and so she has someone to laugh with. I come from the village of Tchumakovtzi, province of Vratza, and in 1977 went to visit Baba Vanga so she can tell me should I do the surgery on my gallbladder – something that doctors suggested. Baba Vanga yelled: “Ah those doctors, shame on them. They just want to cut people – real butchers. You don’t have stones or sand in your gallbladder. Don’t do this surgery. Come here in the Rupite, there are very powerful mineral springs here. You will have regular baths in them, you will drink the water, and you will fully recover.”
I told her that I come from afar, and I was sent to visit her from d-r Boneva, so I ask whether I should do the surgery or not.
“No, you won’t do any surgeries. Tomorrow you will start to build a bungalow where you will live. Me and you will become very good friends and will see each other often – she share one fate.”
I came to Petrich only with 15 leva (about $10). On the next day I asked my sisters for help, and they sent me a total of 500 leva. I collected the money, and built the bungalow. Baba Vanga sent me a man, who helped me with finding the materials. It was a wild area where there were other bungalows of other people that just like me were asked by Baba Vanga to live here. There wasn’t a paved road to Baba Vanga’s house, but later Ludmila Zhivkova arranged the construction. I started to live next to Baba Vanga as if it was some kind of a joke, and without feeling it 18 years passed by.