Story told by Elena Grusheva
In 1954, my husband’s cousin – Tashka who is from Strumitza, Macedonia on her way to our apartment in Sofia stopped by to visit Baba Vanga. Tashka and Baba Vanga were in the same class in the elementary school – they even sat together on one desk. Tashka wanted to share her grief with Baba Vanga with the hope to get help from her. Her son – Christo, was suffering from severe insomnia, and was walking up and down for whole nights.
Baba Vanga was happy to see her classmate, and not even a word said by Tashka, Baba Vanga told her: – Come on, don’t cry and don’t worry, just listen to me what I tell you, and take this recipe to your son so he can drink it. He will be alright, he will sleep like a little lambkin.
Feeling much more relax, Tashka came to visit us in Sofia and told us her story with Baba Vanga. She asked her to do something quite strange – so right on the next day my husband started to prepare the recipe. A good neighbour of ours – Charley, had a pigeon house. So my husband explained him the case, that he will need one pigeon, from which he will need its heart to prepare a medicine that was given by Baba Vanga. I still remember how they did it. Near the fountain in Charley’s yard, they slaughtered the pigeon and while still bleeding, they took its heart out and placed it in a bottle of red wine. Then Tashka took the bottle back to Strumitza where his son had to drink from this wine until it’s finished. We asked her to write us a letter once she has any news. Only after 2 weeks, Tashka notified us that her son started to improve drastically, and now his sleeping was normalized and he returned to his normal life. Later on his condition fully normalized – just like Baba Vanga had mentioned.
This same strange remedy Baba Vanga prescribes to Maria Todorova from Sofia. Maria had visited Baba Vanga in 1963 when she started to have problems with her nerves. Baba Vanga told her to bring the heart of a wild bird and 200 g of homemade red wine, so she can make her a medicine for relaxing her nervous system. Unfortunately Maria did not follow her advice.
Baba Vanga Books
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The excerpt for this article was taken from Baba Vanga Predictions – Luxurious Edition (In Bulgarian) by Zheni Kostadinova
About The Author
Zheni Kostadinova graduated Philosophy at the Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”. She has worked as an editor at the student TV show “Ku-Ku”, and as a reporter at the National Radio “Horizon”. For over 15 years she is a columnist at “Weekly Trud” newspaper writing about esoteric and psychology. In the same newspaper she is maintaining a page on literature. Zheni Kostadinova is the author of some of the most popular books written on Baba Vanga including “Baba Vanga The Prophetess”, “Baba Vanga Predictions”, “The Secret of Baba Vanga”. Her first book was translated into Russian, Polish, Latvian, Serbian, and Albanian. Zheni is a member of the Union of Bulgarian Writers. She had published three books of poetry: “Fire Sticks (2002), “17 love colors” (2007), and “Fig Jam” (2008). In 2012 Zheni has founded the art-house “Kuklite”. It is a doll gallery and a mini-museum located in the old downtown of Sofia. The gallery exhibits different dolls placed in specific categories. Besides the exhibitions, the art-house “Kuklite” also have the priority to work with children from the local schools, so they learn more about the traditions and customs of the different nations. The main idea is to transform the art-house “Kuklite” into a centre for cultural exchange, creative collaboration between representatives of different fields of art, science and philosophy. The art-house will hold meetings with interesting personalities, and will be a place of exhibitions, seminars, workshops, premieres of books and documentary movies, puppetry, and many other great events. The art-house “Kuklite” will also be a place where collectors can display their favourite artefacts and can share the history associated with them.
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