Manifestation is a wonderful and powerful practice that people use to fulfill their desires.
Manifestation can be used to bring love, money, joy, and even good luck into your life. With the right time, energy and intention, you can manifest whatever you want.
However, manifestations are not always positive or good. In fact, there are some cases where there is a rather dark history associated with it.
One example of this is the Grabovoi code, or Grabovoi number.
What is the Grabovoi Code?
The Grabovoi code is essentially a cosmic cheat code.
They are a series of numbers that can be written down aloud, meditated on, or traced in the air, and are said to grant you whatever you desire: love, wealth, health, or really anything. increase.
The pseudoscientific concept is that everything is energy and falls within its own quantifiable range of frequencies or vibrations. Numbers help practitioners identify and treat problems from a distance.
Once called radionics, the concept was further developed by Grigori Grabovoi, a paramedic, mechanic, and alleged clairvoyant…and oh yeah, convicted of fraud in 2008. I’m a cult leader!
Needless to say, the Grabovoi code has a very dark history and you should do a little research before using it.
Who is Grigori Grabovoy?
Grigori Petrovich Grabovoi was born in 1963 in Russia. However, although he graduated from the Tashkent State Technical University with a degree in mechanics and then went on to work for the Uzbekistan Civil Aviation Authority, Grabovoi made a rather daunting claim.
What are those claims? Well, he’s the second coming of Jesus Christ, who claims to be able to cure AIDS and cancer at any stage, and to diagnose and fix electronic problems remotely.
Unsurprisingly, all of his claims have been proven falsified.
His supposed qualifications he presented to his followers included a substantial amount of membership, accolades and awards from numerous international organizations and religious figures between 1997 and 2006, all may have been exaggerated or not entirely true.
This is due to the fact that several institutions, such as the Higher Accreditation Commission (a Russian academic accreditation body), have put on record that Grabovoi was not a doctor, a scientist, or a professor as he claims. .
Grabovoi is even said to have been “elected” to the New York Academy of Sciences (NYAS) in 1998, although there is no election process to begin with and anyone can join for a $135 membership fee.
Grabovoi also claimed to have repaired Uzbekistan’s national airline by correctly predicting technical problems on Flight 360 using “extrasensory diagnostics.”
But it’s not the worst. Because some of his claims are even more ominous.
In 2004 Grabovoi promised grieving mothers that he could resurrect the children who died in the school hostage gang shooting in Beslan, North Ossetia, Russia.
He said his code allows him to do this for a fee of $1,200 (about 1,000 euros). Approximately he died 330 people, of which he was 186 children.
Grabovoi continues to deny claiming money from the mothers, but there are records and receipts showing “resurrection” payments. This report was used in his fraud conviction in 2008.
Grabovoi was sentenced to 11 years in prison but was released in early 2010. He is currently in Serbia and continues to promote pseudoscience projects.
Since then, the Grabovoi code has become incredibly popular on TikTok and is used as a manifestation technique.
Now, searching for the Grabovoi code on TikTok will pop up thousands of videos explaining the code and how to use it, with hundreds of thousands of views and likes.
This isn’t usually a big deal, but the presence of manifest techniques all over TikTok and other social media platforms makes it a way for people to spread misinformation about concepts they don’t fully understand. Things take a dark turn when you use social media. .
In fact, the concept is considered incredibly offensive, derogatory, and even anti-Semitic.
There are TikTokers who write certain sequences of numbers on their arms to sway their viewers. People are concerned that this is a mockery of Holocaust victims being de-identified by tattooing numbers into their skins.
The lesson to be learned from this very trendy concept on TikTok is that we need to be responsible. all of us.
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We need to study what we are promoting Before we promote it. Basically, we need to do better.
When you promote the Grabovoi Code, you are promoting the views and morals of this dubious individual — you can make false claims, lie about having extrasensory powers, It means that you can accept money from a grieving mother whose child has been killed. Hostage crisis.
The caveat here is to do the work when it comes to materialization.
Don’t look for cheat codes because you won’t get anything good from them, especially if you’re not familiar with shady backgrounds. There are also many
Deauna Nunes is Deputy Editor of YourTango, which covers pop culture, lifestyle, astrology and relationship topics. She writes byline articles for Emerson College’s literary magazine, Generic, and her MSN.