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Svetla Todorova: analyzing Baba Vanga’s healing practices

Svetla Todorova: analyzing Baba Vanga’s healing practices

(5) Baba Vanga recommended a young man who was ill with leukemia to drink the water from boiled grains of wheat, corn, oat, rye and millet. After some time, the man called her and said he was feeling very well and had put on 5 kilograms.

(6) Baba Vanga helped a young doctor get rid of some persistent rashes by telling him to drink a decoction from the seeds of vetch.

(7) A.P. from Sandanski was cured from initial form of diabetes in the following manner. He brought  Baba Vanga about 3 kilograms of pods of ripe beans. Baba Vanga held them for some time in her hands and then told him to boil the pods and drink one glass of the decoction each morning before eating.

The latter case, in which Baba Vanga held the bean pods in her hands, opens up the door to yet another of her healing practices, which, those who have positive opinion of the prophetess speak very little of. In later chapters we made a classification of the non-traditional phenomena into three main categories. The second category was named extraordinary induction. It includes phenomena such as: intentional transmission of thoughts, biotherapy, Tibetan surgery, psycho-kinesis, levitation, materialization and dematerialization, teleportation and magic. Generally speaking, these are phenomena, in which, through mental concentration, one creates a thought-form or modulates the informational energy of their own or another’s astral field. In its turn, the astral field has an organizing effect over physical matter.

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