Stoyu Stoev About Baba Vanga – New Knowledge Of The World
Assoc. Prof. Stoyu Stoev, philosopher
The philosopher Stoyu Stoev had several unforgettable meetings with Baba Vanga. A kind and considerate man (already deceased) in 1999 he took up with great excitement my suggestion to lay out his views on the phenomenon that the prophetess represented, moreover he had already met her at the time, led by these exact intentions. To a philosopher like him, Baba Vanga is unquestionably an interesting phenomenon that raises a number of questions. The hypothesis, which Associate professor Stoyu Stoev develops and which I will lay out here, is similar to the one of Professor Obretzova – emotionally tinted, mixed with a lot of personal impressions and revelations, which makes it all the more accessible to readers.
After my work on Freudism, the interest in psychological phenomena became increasingly more interesting for me in my philosophical and scientific research. At that time Baba Vanga’s popularity had already extended beyond national borders.
Having grown up in a small village, I knew since childhood that in each town or village there were individuals who could fortune tell and predict the destinies of people, know their diseases and misfortunes, weddings and successes; there were others who could perform rituals against evil eyes and heal with herbs. Some had regional popularity. My own grandma used to remove curses and prevent spells.