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Svetla Todorova: analyzing Baba Vanga’s healing practices

Svetla Todorova: analyzing Baba Vanga’s healing practices

In the case of the women with stillborn babies, the fact that Baba Vanga held the ritual objects in her hands was meant to work through suggestion (because these were not biological products). At the same time however, she probably directed a very strong thought-form to God (it was captured by the “forces” with which she was in contact). In this way the Higher Intelligent Bodiless Beings (HIBBs), who have captured the informational imprint, could come to help. When the woman wrapped the baby blanket around her waist, this could probably cause changes on the astral and biophysical level in her organism, provided that the problem was of functional origin. The blanket itself was not miraculous, but it served as a “focal point” for the higher bodiless beings to concentrate their informational modulated energy upon. The wrapping of the doll with the blanket was a kind of symbolic action for bearing and giving birth to a healthy child. This symbol could magnify through resonance the actions of the HIBBs.

Especially in the case, recalled by Velitchka Yaneva, when Baba Vanga wrapped and unwrapped the blanket around the doll, she probably made a very strong prayer; and the fact that she was sweating profusely could be due to the extreme use of mental energy needed for the visualization. At the end of the ritual, when Baba Vanga said “It attached itself” she had probably received an answer from the HIBBs that her request would be executed.

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