Is it possible that the consciousness of snakes is so developed that they begin to consciously take revenge on a person because of some kind of resentment on his part? The family of an injured teenager in India is confident that this is possible.
An unusual instance of reptile persecution or something else is happening in India now. There, a teenager was bitten by the same snake eight times in a month. It is assumed that the same wild snake is deliberately tracking this young man in order to attack and bite him.
17-year-old Yashraj Mishra from the Indian village of Rampur in the Basti region now lives in constant fear, at any moment expecting a snake attack. The reason why the wild snake took up arms against him is unknown to him, at least that’s what he told his relatives.
The guy’s relatives took him first to the village healer, and then even to the snake charmers, but this did not help. After the third attack with a bite, the family took the teenager to his relatives in a neighboring village, but it is reported that soon an evil snake tracked down Yashraj and again bit him even there.
Snake attacks (fortunately it was not a poisonous cobra) usually take place near the house. As soon as a teenager leaves the house on the street, he looks anxiously under his feet and in all directions, waiting for the next snake attack.
In total, Yashraj was bitten by the snake eight times in August 2020, with the last attack on August 25. In September, there have been no attacks yet, but the teenager still lives in horror and is mentally traumatized.
“We cannot understand why this snake is targeting Yashraj. Now the boy has a mental disorder and he is constantly filled with fear of the snake. We performed the puja ritual (worship ritual) several times and even summoned snake charmers,” said the father of the young man Chandramauli Mishra.
Since the snake was not poisonous, the teenager was not physically injured much, he only had small bite marks on his legs.
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