To interest a person and draw his attention to himself is a whisper:
"Just like a grass trail spreads in spring, so you creeped in front of me."
Want to get your husband back from your mistress. Put a clove of garlic in his pocket and whisper:“Throw the tooth out, throw it out of the heart and her". Of course, if a man finds a clove of garlic in his pocket, he will throw it away.
All these, and a lot of other whispers, will help you out in various life situations. They will attract money, love, luck, and return loved ones. Remember one rule: when uttering whispers or reading a conspiracy, be sure to penetrate it, put everything you want into it. Be sure to believe! I wish you success, good luck, love in your endeavors.
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Village of Whisperers
Message White Cardinal »May 08, 2017 6:22 PM
On the very outskirts of northeastern Poland lives a group of elderly Orthodox believers, who are said to have particular power.
With the help of conspiracies, they can heal the sick, expel evil spirits and even ... stop the heart of the enemy. Living at the mystical crossroads of the Christian faith and popular prejudice, they consider themselves members of the church, although the church itself does not recognize them. They are called "whispers."
A photographer from Warsaw, Cuba Kaminsky, had heard of “whispers” before in stories that looked more like ordinary legends. But still their life seemed so mysterious that it simply required research. “I love to shoot the invisible,” says Kaminsky, 28. “Therefore, I wanted to go there, touch things that people cannot understand with my own hands.”
Cuba is not familiar with the language and region of Podlasie, which is adjacent to Belarus, Ukraine and the Kaliningrad region. Therefore, he included in the expedition his friend, the young ethnographer Tomas Sulima.
Tomas speaks a dialect of whispers - an obscure mix of Belarusian and Polish. He served as a guide during a two-week trip to these people who are very wary of strangers. The camera only increased suspicion, and it took a lot of time to persuade them to shoot.
The whisperers do not call themselves that. And they do not necessarily recognize themselves as Poles. Nationality does not bother them: when you ask who they are, the usual answer is: “We are here.”
And yet they are of the Orthodox faith, and they say that God told them to conduct supernatural rites. But this, in turn, does not allow the church to fully accept them in its fold.
Not the least of the reasons for this is that some of the conspiracies are aimed at causing harm or death. But the whisperers claim that their power is still aimed at healing.
“The whisperer is more important for those who come here than the doctor who treats cancer,” the photographer himself says.
Together with Tomas Sulima, Cuba Kaminsky is going to continue this expedition, now in Belarus, according to the Lens blog on the New York Times.