Mitar Tarabić (1829-1899) was an ordinary semiliterate peasant from the Serbian village of Kremna. At times he had visions which he communicated to local priest Zechariah Zakharić. The latter, in turn, recorded Mitar’s predictions, and that’s the whole story. When the priest died, hid notebook was preserved by his family. The only time the notebook was in danger of being burned was in 1943, when the village was occupied by Bulgarian army. Today, the notebook as a family treasure is kept by Zakharić’s great grandson Dejan Malenkovic. As distinct from texts by famous Michel Nostradamus which are not always easy to decipher, Mitar Tarabić’s prophecies were composed in a totally clear informal language. The records became widely known in early 20th century, when Mitar’s predictions regarding the downfall of the Obrenović royal family of Serbia started coming true one after another with unbelievable accuracy and consistency. It was rumoured in the Balkans that Tarabić’s “dark prophecies” are being realized...
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“Good morning, future demons!”
“Good morning, Professor!”
“You have already made your choice and decided that your ultimate goal is to merge with consciousness. The way of gluttony by which you want to achieve success is a very difficult one. If you want to become a professional glutton, forget everything you were taught at school. People are in captivity of an illusion that it’s easy to master gluttony, while it’s a hard daily work. For this you need strong health, time, effort, money, and a number of practical skills supported with experience.”
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