How to live the richest Romanian witches

Photographer from Slovakia Lucia sekerková traveled to Romania to meet with Maria Campina self-proclaimed Queen of the sibyl, which the locals referred to simply as "witches". These women (usually of a Romanian Gypsy) supposedly can see the future and read it on your palm, wheat grains or the stars. Lucia met with Mary and spent some time taking pictures of witches, their homes, life and craft, passed on from generation to generation since time immemorial.

How to live the richest Romanian witches

Photo: the gold is an integral part of the Romanian culture, especially for the Queen of the witches lady Campina.

How to live the richest Romanian witches

Photo: Maria Campina on your luxury Golden sofa.

How to live the richest Romanian witches

On the photo: white-gold chairs belong to a witch named Sultan.

How to live the richest Romanian witches

Photo: at home here are trying to furnish maximum lavishly decorating interiors with Golden chairs and a huge TV. This witch's house by the name Amalia, which, at the time of the photo shoot I taught my niece to witchcraft.

How to live the richest Romanian witches

On the photo: Selena in the process of learning magic, she is preparing to become a witch. Now she is studying in high school, and the magic, she teaches her aunt Amalia".

How to live the richest Romanian witches

This furniture belongs to the witch Maria Campina, who claims that he can speak with the dead.

How to live the richest Romanian witches

Witches sometimes light candles to "open your inner eye" before you cast a spell or to look into the future.

How to live the richest Romanian witches

Loventa told the photographer that sees the mountain behind her smile. She also predicted that this grief will become even stronger after one of her loved ones will die.

How to live the richest Romanian witches

Atena realized that the photographer does not believe in its strength and in God. She said that Lucia will not be happy until you believe in the Lord.

How to live the richest Romanian witches

This staircase is in the house of a witch named Athena, who believes that life is taking her dreams of her dead grandmother.

How to live the richest Romanian witches

Sunita told the photographer that her life is coming to an important moment and that she needs to stay healthy.

How to live the richest Romanian witches

Potions — the most important part of the witchy culture.

How to live the richest Romanian witches

Witch Ivan Sidonia told Lucia that her ex wants her back and that someone from her family will die soon.

How to live the richest Romanian witches

Crystal balls are an essential attribute to predict the future.

Keywords: Europe | Romania | Photographer | Life | Witch

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