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After grammar school Natassa Vassiliou graduated in Μaster’s studies in French and Greek literature and linguistics at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. During her studies she specialised in applied linguistics: the links between language, cultural values and conscience. She holds a teaching licence in three languages and studied singing at Music School.

Natassa started her career as a manager at a clothes export company until she was admitted to University in Thessaloniki. During her studies she gave private Dutch courses and was a free-lance translator in five languages. She was also a professional singer for four years in Thessaloniki and in Amsterdam she worked for the GNOT, the Greek Ministry of Tourism.

Natassa graduated from University after taking the oath, an eons old custom in Greece (1995).

She became a Mom and from 2002 on she organised in-company trainings with her business Parnassós Talen. Just a few of her customers: Unilever, Monsanto, Aramco, Stichting Marin, Novartis, Concorde Groep; Wageningen University (WUR), het UWV, Campina, Menzis, Teeling Petfood and many, many more.

When she got paralysed around 2011, she wasn’t able to teach and run a business anymore. Since medical doctors didn’t know the answers to her medical condition and didn’t want to help her while she almost died from paralysis in her lungs, she started researching what makes people ill and what might heal them again. With a lot of effort and hard work she found part of the answers in the ancient knowledge from Biblic times and in even more ancient history. She combined this with the psychological knowledge from her studies and from Carl Gustav Jung’s book and with knowledge from modern medicine. Thus she cured hundreds of patients from severe chronical and mental diseases, often leaving their doctors astonished. People came from the Netherlands, Greece, Belgium, Germany, France, Czech Republic, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Suriname, the Antilles, the US, Sri Lanka, Australia, Indonesia, Singapore, the Philippines, Iran, Turkey, Afghanistan, Morocco, Algeria, Kurdistan, Taiwan and India to find a cure by Natassa Vassiliou.

Still very ill herself, Natassa noticed that she knew very little about the first years of her life. But no matter how hard she tried, she couldn’t get access to her memories from that period. That was clearly the deepest cause of her illness, but only after 50 years her memories finally came back. She found out she was born in Germany (not in Amsterdam) and had not one, but two Greek parents. She knew she was adopted, but Youth Care had lied to her about every detail of her descent. It turned out she comes from an intellectual Athenian family of lawyers, doctors, musicians and engineers. An organisation named ISS, known for enormous scandals at international adoption cases and child sex trafficking, stole her away from her home just after her birth. Her parents had baptised her Anastasía (Natassa) Vassiliou in the Greek Orthodox church. She got illegally adopted in a small town in the North of the Netherlands and her parents never found her again. She was heavily sexually, psysically and mentally abused in the satanic “family” where she had to grow up, but the ISS had erased her memories. At the age of 16 Natassa was thrown out of the house and finished her school on her own in a students’ room.

Now that she has retrieved all the facts about her life, Natassa Vassiliou is finally recovering from her illness. In other words it is true that people get cured from even life-threatening diseases, if they clear up their painful memories and process everything in a decent way. After an extremely difficult year of dealing with her utmost painful memories, Natassa Vassiliou has restarted her career for the third time as a journalist and columnist. She writes about all injustice and justice in the world: identity politics, the dangers of The Great Reset, the Covid and climate madness, youth care, the US, history, science, the loss of cultural values and democratical rights like freedom of speech and she proposes solutions. Natassa fights hard for a better world.

Here is a podcast in which Natassa tells a bit more over her story:




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