A real-life ‘Barbie’ is accused of running a ‘sect’ and putting her followers at risk of poisoning.
Valeria Lukyankova – who has 2.5 million followers across several social media accounts – has suddenly this week closed a £13-a-month ‘club’ where she is alleged to have put her fans at risk with dangerous advice.
Known for years as the Ukrainian Barbie, she also styles herself as alien princess Amatue, and is facing a probe by the Russian police and prosecutors office despite being an avid Putin supporter.
Among the accusations against her is one that she has urged her followers to drink turpentine to rid their bodies of parasites.
Another claim is that she urged her female fans to breathe over mercury because ‘paranormal abilities and memory of past lives awaken’.
Valeria Lukyankova has been known for years as the Ukrainian Barbie, and also styles herself as alien princess Amatue
Valeria Lukyankova has 2.5 million followers across several social media accounts
Lukyankova is facing a probe by the Russian police and prosecutors office despite being an avid Putin supporter
Lukyanova allegedly seeks to encourage women to rid themselves of ‘parasites’ that do not exist
Women were also urged to ‘make tampons with tar and essential oil of grapefruit’ to make their sexual organs smaller, said a leading critic Katya Konasova, a blogger and Youtuber who specialises in exposing fake healers.
Lukyanova seeks to encourage women to rid themselves of ‘parasites’ that do not exist, said Konasova.
‘Turpentine is used in the chemical industry. It should not be used inside the human body,’ she said.
‘Lera [Valeria] is convinced that a scary either worm or octopus lives in everyone’s body, something with tentacles that destroys your will and dominates [you],’ she said.
‘Real-life Barbie’ Lukyanova – now believed to be 37 – closed her private Rex Deus club this week
‘If you got scared, don’t you fear – Lukyanova has a private club in which they will open your ‘third eye’ too.’
It is this private club Rex Deus that the wannabe Barbie has this week closed.
Lukyanova – now believed to be 37 – posted a rambling explanation: ‘Why did I close the Rex Deus club?
‘Rex Deus helped thousands of people to find themselves, to learn their mission, to learn how the world works, to master quantum technologies, and to apply them in daily life.
‘Every day I receive words of gratitude from the members of the club.
‘Despite this, I realised that I cannot do it anymore.
‘I have to share information with even more people.
‘We did a lot of research in rejuvenation in the recent years […] this information can not fit into the old club.’
One commenter said the real reason was that Konasova had exposed her.
Leading critic Katya Konasova, a blogger and Youtuber who specialises in exposing fake healers
For years, Lukyanova has denied having plastic surgery to create her distinctive looks
Another said: ‘How do you sleep at night knowing that you poison people and scam them out of money?
‘So pretty but so rotten inside.’
One woman follower is highlighted saying that after following Lukyanova she ‘wanted to drink turpentine’.
‘I listen to myself now, and I am terrified,’ she said.
‘It saved me that I couldn’t find turpentine anywhere.
‘I tried her cocktails, not cocktails but smoothies, a garlic one, I literally vomited.
One person said they followed Lukyanova’s advice and ended up with severe anaemia
‘People mostly do it voluntarily, they sincerely believe [her] and are ready for anything….
‘People listen to [her advice] and put their lives at risk.’
An aide to this Barbie is called Anastasia who – despite having no medical education – is her proponent for cleaning the body of parasites.
Anastasia is also accused of threatening critics in the club, once saying: ‘If some bas**** says even a [negative] word regarding our cleansing, expresses doubt, I will flush you down the toilet, do you understand?
‘Or about me or Valeria.’
In 2014, Lukyanova arrived in Crimea to boost tourism to the region soon after it was annexed by Vladimir Putin
Konasova said: ‘What is scary, is that after these threats people are actually afraid to share the dark stuff that happens there.
‘This reminds me a lot of a sect.
‘Such sects should be banned and closed, so that Lukyanova and her accomplices stop making money from it.’
In 2014, Lukyanova arrived in Crimea to boost tourism to the region soon after it was annexed by Vladimir Putin.
‘I tend to cut off anything I don’t need,’ she said at the time.
She prides herself on her Barbie look which she put down to ‘Breatharianism’ – surviving on ‘cosmic micro-food’, otherwise known as air and light
‘The next step is to cut off Ukraine entirely, because all I get here is s***.
‘Why waste myself on this?’
She is now believed to be in Mexico.
For years, Lukyanova has denied having plastic surgery to create her distinctive looks – other than a boob job – while priding herself on her Barbie look which she put down to ‘Breatharianism’ – surviving on ‘cosmic micro-food’, otherwise known as air and light.
‘All genetics came to me from nature, except my breasts,’ she said.
‘I lost weight and, unfortunately, I have very small breasts.
‘I had to increase my size to feel like a normal girl.
One commenter named Tatiana said: ‘The worst thing about Lukyanova’s sect is how it puts pressure on the psyche’
‘But I didn’t subject myself to other plastic surgery.’
She claims to have out of body experiences which take her to other planets.
She explained: ‘I travelled to other planets, which are very far away.
‘They have not been discovered by our scientists, but they exist.
‘I communicated with extraterrestrial intelligence and beings and understood other universes.’
One commenter named Tatiana said: ‘The worst thing about Lukyanova’s sect is how it puts pressure on the psyche, keeping people at bay so they don’t tell anyone, advising dangerous things under the guise of health benefits.
Lukyankova has suddenly this week closed a £13-a-month ‘club’ where she is alleged to have put her fans at risk
‘As a healthy and seemingly sane person, I felt uneasy from what she was saying.
‘And at the same time, this is excellent bait for everyone who has various forms of eating disorders, because these people have a desire to cleanse themselves of everything ‘harmful’, and lose weight with all sorts of cleansing, despite the consequences for the body.’
Another called diamond2494 said: ‘I was in this sect and barely survived after such experiments.’
She followed Lukyanova’s advice and ended up with severe anaemia, she said.
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