Eugenia Davitashvili

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Eugenia "Juna" Yuvashevna Davitashvili (Georgian: ევგენია ჯუნა დავითაშვილი; 22 July 1949 – 8 June 2015) was a Russian faith healer of Assyrian[1] descent who claimed the power to cure cancer, knit broken bodies, and prolong life beyond 100 years.[2] She took her Georgian-language surname from her former husband.


In 1995, she participated in the Russian legislative election at the head of the Juna Davitashvili Bloc. Her 0.47% of votes were not enough to give her any seat in the State Duma.


In 1983 and 1984, physicist and psi researcher, Russell Targ, his daughter Elisabeth Targ, and Keith Harary visited the Soviet Union as guests of the Soviet Academy of Sciences. In Moscow they were able to discuss remote viewing research with Russian scientists, visit psychics, including Davitashvili, and allegedly even carry out with her some remote viewing experiments between Moscow and San Francisco.[3][4]


Davitashvili died in Moscow on 8 June 2015, after two days in a coma, according to actor Stanislav Sadalsky. He said she had problems with blood circulation.[5]

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  1. ^ Я из глубокой провинции, из станицы "Ассирийка на Кубани" [1] [2]
  2. ^ "Even Russia turns up a faith healer". The Milwaukee Journal. 24 April 1982. Retrieved 27 January 2010 – via Google News.
  3. ^ Anderson, Ian (22 November 1984). "Strange case of the psychic 'spy'". New Scientist (1431): 3–4. Retrieved 16 January 2011 – via Google Books.
  4. ^ Targ, Russell; Harary, Keith (1984). The Mind Race: Understanding and Using Psychic Abilities. New York: Villard Books. ISBN 9780394533568.
  5. ^ "Умерла целительница Джуна" (in Russian). 8 June 2015. Retrieved 8 June 2015.

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