After the release of the Russian TV series "The Blind" on the wide screens, in which the blind clairvoyant woman Nina was shown, letters were sent to the TV-3 channel. People asked how you can contact your grandmother, where she lives, and if she really exists. But first things first.
How it all began?
In 2014, the TV-3 channel launched a new mystical series called "The Blind". In the center was an elderly blind woman helping people find or return happiness, love, luck. No particular information about her was disclosed under the pretext that allegedly Baba Nina does not want popularity, and everyone who really needs help can find the way to her. It is only known that the clairvoyant was born in 1934 somewhere near Kaluga, she lost her sight at the age of eight. And now he lives in a remote village with her granddaughter Anya, who allegedly maintains her blog on the Internet and helps her grandmother in everything.
Unexpected reaction from viewers
The series turned out to be so realistic and picturesque that people with various troubles rushed in search of the mysterious woman Nina. A group of enthusiasts managed to find blind clairvoyants. Even two: one - in Kirovo-Chepetsk, only it turned out that her name was Valentina. The other is in a small Kazakh village. But neither in terms of skill level, nor in popularity, both psychics, unfortunately, did not reach the "real blind", which, by the way, the audience immediately called the Russian Vanga.
So does Baba Nina really exist?
Now a lot of offers have appeared on the network from the alleged granddaughter of Ani, who writes that she is ready to take you by the hand and take you to an appointment with your grandmother. Like, you just write to her and ask for help. But often all appeals end in the same thing: scammers take money from gullible people, up to a penny. You need to be vigilant not to fall for the tricks of people hungry for easy money. And remember: Nina's woman does not exist in nature! To be convinced of this, it is enough to find the account of the actress Elena Mityukova (Stepanyan) on Instagram. This girl played the role of Ani's granddaughter in the series. The role of the most blind clairvoyant went to the honored Ukrainian actress Irina Kravets. Here is her photo:
Could Baba Nina exist in reality?
Most likely, yes, it could. After all, there were at different times such great clairvoyants as Wanga, Edgar Cayce, Michelle Nostradamus, Wolf Messing and some others. But, most likely, the clairvoyant would not hide, since helping people is her main purpose.
So, don't get fooled by scammers anymore. And if you really need help, look for a grandmother in your city. Remember that real psychics never take money from people. They live on what the visitors themselves give.