Known sorcerer Artem Devils tried to shed light on the causes of the terrible disease popular Russian actress Anastasia Zavorotnyuk. Devils said that the ancient curse of the village of Krekshino (Moscow region) clung to the actress, after all, far from it, Anastasia bought a house.
It is known that the house cost the star of the series “My fair nanny” of two million dollars. The actress took a mortgage however, due to the economic crisis faced problems and stopped paying the bills. Then came the rumors of her terrible disease. About it write the Russian mass media.
Anastasia Zavorotnyuk, Hyzer
Experts on the esoteric believe that misfortunes fall on car crash is not just. According to them, blame an ancient cult site, which was just at the site of Krekshino. It installed the idols of pagan gods, worshipped Moreno, who was considered the Queen of evil, incurable diseases and death. After the baptism of Rus place were considered cursed — it was impossible to build, to graze cattle and to grow fruit due to dark energy, explained the sorcerer Demons.
“Cancer is only one of the deadly diseases that the spirits of death can send to those who worried about”, he declared.
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We will remind, relatives of cancer patients Zavorotnyuk told me who supports a “nanny”.
As reported Znayu, with cancer Zavorotnyuk stripped to the bone: what it is paying “My fair nanny”.
Znayu wrote, relatives of cancer patients Zavorotnyuk showed an unexpected footage of the hospital: “we will succeed!”.
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