Braco to bring silent gaze, healing to Indy


A man said to have healing powers with just his look will be in Indianapolis soon. Braco will appear at the Indiana Freemasons' Hall Friday and Saturday.

Believers say he’s cured them of paralysis, allergies, tumors and many more ailments but skeptics don’t believe any of it.

Ashley Shapiro struggled with a very serious respiratory condition. She also had chronic pain from a bad car accident that left her in a wheelchair. A friend told her about Braco and after some research she decided to book a trip to Hawaii to see him. After going to three gazing sessions she said she noticed a change.
“When I woke up in the morning I felt like I was 20!”

Shapiro has traded in the wheelchair for a light cane. She said her life is dramatically different. Her respiratory condition vanished much to her doctor’s surprise.

“Then he said to me, I guess it wasn't your time,” she said.

Session times run from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. for a total of nine sessions. Each session lasts about 40 minutes. Tickets are $8. Surprisingly Braco doesn’t get a penny of the money paid. All of the money goes to paying to rent the venue.

Ashley said she’s offered gifts to thank him and Braco has refused to accept any payment. She said she is just thankful for her gift at a second chance at life.
“I always knew. I always believed in miracles. I just didn't know that I would get one.”

Believers said Braco puts off an undeniable energy that you can feel. You must be 18 to attend. Pregnant women are told not to go because the energy is so strong.

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