Valeria Lukyanova: Human Barbie A Breatharian, Surviving On Just Air And Light

Valeria Lukyanova: Human Barbie A Breatharian, Surviving On Just Air And Light

Valeria Lukyanova, also known as the human Barbie, is a Breatharian who survives on just air and light… which may be shined down from aliens.

As previously reported by The Inquisitr, real life Barbie and real life Ken actually hate each other.

The Breatharianism cult is a mysterious “religion” whose leader, Jasmuheen, advocates living without food or water. A breatharian is said to be someone who never eats or drinks as they can exist on “cosmic micro-food.”

Considering that Valeria Lukyanova believes she can travel to other planets and communicate with aliens using light, it sounds like the human Barbie makes a perfect Breatharian:

“In recent weeks I have not been hungry at all; I’m hoping it’s the final stage before I can subsist on air and light alone.”

She’s also supposedly been married for 10 years to a person who might not be human. Go figure.

But Lukyanova is not alone in her quest to be a human Barbie. There are at least several others around the globe willing to deal with the grueling diet, exercise, makeup, and colored contact lenses (never mind plastic surgery and Photoshop skills) necessary to become this way.

Lhouraii Li is known as the Bradford Barbie and as nail technician she spends hours each day grooming herself:

“I put circle lenses in so it makes your eyes appear larger – then I put eyeliner on and I extend it out way past my actual eye line and I stick together about fourteen pairs of eyelashes. I’ve even shaved my eyebrows and draw them on higher, so it doesn’t look too weird when my eyes are big. It’s not a chore to do. People get up and watch television, I get up and do my makeup and I find it just as entertaining.”

Alina Kovaleskaya has become famous as the real life human Barbie from Ukraine. While it’s obvious she uses a lot of makeup, she claims her doll-like features are natural and didn’t require plastic surgery.

What do you think about these human Barbie girls?

Comments