Portrait of Luck
“The world is divided into material and mysterious.
On the material world we know little; on the mysterious – nothing.
Why does something bring bad luck, but something else – happiness? What is the power of amulets and talismans? Why does in one house people get sick and die young in mysterious circumstances, and in the other house residents are lucky, healthy and happy?
The forces that we do not understand, we call them super natural. They have been known since then as there is mankind.
A reproduction of the portrait, which we present to you today (free download), has an extraordinary history.
After the portrait has been published in one American weekly magazine, the editors were emerged by a wave of letters.
The first was a complete indignation: “What kind of trumpery is this? Are you taking us for the fools?
The second wave of correspondence filling the editor continues to this day – people are warmly thanked for the gift, recognized that much of their lives changed for the better, since they have placed a reproduction of a portrait at their homes.
Suddenly, the financial situation improved. Someone has received good news. Someone has advanced in his career. Someone fell in love …
This portrait is not a simple work of art. It belongs to the 19th century, and represents a gypsy girl with a penetrating gaze of large black eyes. He has just one unusual feature – it brings happiness.
The portrait has been in the Chicago Carbon family for three generations. The family tradition binds to him all the success of their life. And here’s a fact: every member of the Carbone family, after communicating with a portrait, succeeds – wins and realizes what he or she wanted.
This applies not only to our family – says 81 – year-old Mario Carbone.
We have given the reproductions of this portrait to friends and effects were amazing. The incurable patients have suddenly found health, the poor have succeeded, the hell of the house has become a paradise.
The father of Mario, Luigi Carbone, bought the portrait in 1897 in Italy, as a gift to his wife. Soon after, their fate changed dramatically – Luigi suddenly achieved success in the trade deal, which brought the loss to many others. Married life, which had little success before, has recovered for the better. Ms. Carbone, who was suffering from infertility, became pregnant, and surprisingly for the doctors gave birth to twins.
The link between the success of life and the portrait of a gypsy woman was discovered by chance.
During the renovation of the house, the paintings were transferred to the barn and the family suddenly began to experience failures: the children became ill, a fire broke out in the house and the family business caused unexpected losses .
“My father was broken,” recalls Mario Carbone. – And there, suddenly illuminated, he rushed to the barn, found the portrait and hung it in the same place. Our failures gone!
When Mario was to emigrate to America in 1938, his father ordered a copy of the portrait and presented it to his son.
“Since then, there has not been a single day for me to fail,” says Mario.
All the publishers who printed this portrait have become the most successful in America. One of these newspapers was called Daily News. Several readers have reaffirmed the power of this incredible portrait.
After the American weekly and other publications, we share this portrait of a beautiful gypsy woman with you, hoping that it will bring you happiness and improve your chances of success.