Vlad the Impaler cast a curse over Bucharest, 500 years ago
A recent study shows that Bucharest is cursed city and that this is also seen in its inhabitants. The former print of Wallachia, Vlad the Impaler (known as Dracula), cast spells over it when he made it into a city.
The people of Bucharest, as psychologists say, have a predisposition. Historians go even further: the Romanian capital seems to be a cursed city, if you take into consideration all the fires, earthquakes and floods through which it went. “If we look only at the 19th century, the history of the city sees a battle, or at least a military occupation, every 15 years. This is quite a lot., says historian Dan Falcan, of the History and Art Museum of Bucharest.
“(….) on he the good Lord will strike down here and kill, and in the coming centuries his soul will be an accomplice of Judas and Aries and all the others who said: his blood over them, and their descendants, forever, amen(….)”
This curse if the end of a document issued by Vlad the Impaler on September 20th 1459 and represents the first mentioning of Bucharest as a city. In other words, this city entered history in a very strange way…
It seems we could be talking about bad luck. recent studies also show another possibility, which is slightly strange – the bad luck could be a very bad habit of our forefathers, which has been going on for the last 600 years: doing commerce with curses.” Very strange….