Monthly Archives: February 2016
While Russian gourmets mourn the fact that they want to make it impossible to bring their favorite ham and cheese from abroad (exclusively for personal use, of course), we decided to look at the situation from a slightly different angle and discuss those souvenirs and memorabilia that in no case should not be dragged into your home from a foreign country.
Many travelers, trying to surprise friends and relatives, indiscriminately grab talismans, amulets, icons and other exotic things, in order to present all this as an original gift. However, not all these souvenirs are worthy of taking place among other overseas items. Our ancestors also believed that each thing can carry both positive and negative energy, which can harm not only you, but also your loved ones. Especially should be wary of the traditional trinkets from India, Japan, China, Asia and Africa, Egypt and so on, because they are not as harmless as it seems at first glance. And handmade copies, received by you as a gift, should alert you in the first place. For example, the young family decided to certainly find some unique foreign copy in order to replenish their impressive collection of tourist trophies, and in the eastern bazaar acquired an outwardly innocuous copy of a religious relic. Some time after returning home, the husband, a young healthy man, went to the hospital because of heart problems, and the child fell under a car and was in intensive care. The poor woman almost went crazy, running between hospital wards and trying to figure out why all the misfortunes suddenly happened all at once. And only having addressed the psychic, the lady received an answer to her question – misfortunes fell upon the family after a dangerous souvenir appeared in their house. The expert told her how best to get rid of the little things in order to stop the series of failures and return peace and quiet to the family. Continue reading