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Russian Natasha Demkina, 17, has stunned doctors in her home country with her ability to see medical conditions inside people.
We flew her 1,500 miles to London to demonstrate her extraordinary powers on Sun reporter Briony Warden, who suffered multiple injuries when she was knocked down by a car in October last year.
She is still recovering from the hit-and-run and uses crutches or a wheelchair to get around.
Pravda.Ru has already reported about 17-year-old Russian girl, Natasha Demkina, from the city of Saransk. The girl has become known for her astounding X-ray ability to see people through and diagnose diseases. Scientist became interested in the Russian girl's phenomenon: Natasha Demkina was invited to come to London and New York for scientific experiments. British researchers unanimously acknowledged Natasha's remarkable gift, whereas American scientists hesitated to come to such a conclusion. They did not like that fact that the girl successfully diagnosed diseases with only four patients out of seven. Natasha Demkina has recently passed a similar test in Tokyo, where Japanese scientists confirmed the gift of the Russian X-ray girl.
Natasha is currently a student of the Semashko's Moscow Medical University. Yoshio Machi, a professor of the Tokyo University, invited the girl to come to Tokyo to have her abilities tested again. Professor Machi is known in the world as a scientist, who studies unusual human abilities.
Having the experience of previous trials in London and New York, Natasha Demkina set forth her own conditions to Japanese scientists. She particularly said that each of the tested patients would have to bring latest medical certificates of their state of health. In addition, the girl demanded the diagnosis should be restricted to only one certain body part – the head, the torso, or extremities.
Originally posted by djohnsto77
Pravda is not a reliable source. I'm 99% sure this is a totally made up story.
As a viewer in America, I was ashamed of the way the doctors and scientists in New York tried to discredit Natasha. They used their experienced older "brains" (I use the term brains lightly) against a young and vulnerable Natasha.
I saw a television program about how Natasha was tested in New York. They claim that she failed because she only got four out of seven patients right. But that was the second day's testing. I think the scientists set her up to fail.
I am a retired engineer, and it seemed obvious to me how they tricked Natasha. Natasha and her family deserve encouragement and positive feedback. Please notice the following things.
Originally posted by RedGolem
I thought it would be great if this were true but did not really know if it would be or not. I have seen programs before on how people can trick you into giveing information. You dont half to say anything. They are masters at observation.
Originally posted by yanchek
I would expect this from experienced interogator or seassoned con-artist, but 17 year old girl from rural part of Russia?
Even if she is a master observer at least she is using her talent to help people.
Originally posted by kokoro
I saw the program on her as well. She is just a scam artist. Im sorry but if she could actually see inside someones body and be able to identify cancer then she would not have missed a plate in some guys head. She can either do it all the time or not at all.
I also saw this program on her and found it very interesting.in it she stated she would like to enter the medical field someday.im glad shes getting her chance to use whatever unique ability she has to help others.
Originally posted by surrender_dorothy
this is all actually true. I saw a program on it ages ago. She was tested and failed to get perfect results so therefore cannot actually have X-ray vision. However she may have some outstanding natural talent for medicine. Glad to hear that she is actually studying it.
Originally posted by XfileI also saw this program on her and found it very interesting.in it she stated she would like to enter the medical field someday.im glad shes getting her chance to use whatever unique ability she has to help others.