Valeria Lukyanova: Human Barbie Doll Aims to Survive on Just Air and Light

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By Jenalyn Villamarin | January 7, 2014 11:13 AM EST

Human Barbie doll Valeria Lukyanova continues to stun people with her quirky way of existing. In the Inquistr report, the 28-year-old Ukrainian model currently aims to become a Breatharian or survive on just air and light in addition to her professed ability of traveling to other planets and communicating with the aliens using light.

"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," shared Ms Lukyanova. It is believed that being a Breatharian means a person advocates to survive without food or water for he or she can exist with the "cosmic micro-food."

The human Barbie doll has been making controversial remarks in past so people end up discussing her as a topic. In August 2013, Ms Lukyanova claims her "spiritual name" is Amatue and revealed that she started to encounter out-of-body experiences when she was young.

Additionally, Valeria Lukyanova admitted she now has the ability to time travel, visit the aliens from other civilizations with the use of light and the man she married for ten years may not even be human. When it comes to her physical appearance bizarrely close to the Barbie doll, Valeria insists breast implants were the only surgery done on her to achieve the real-life Barbie doll look.

"The Human Barbie denies that she removed any ribs to make her waist smaller, and says she subsists on a liquid-only, vegetarian diet," reads the Examiner report. Other people obsessed in extremely achieving the human Barbie doll look include Lhouraii Li, known as the Bradford Barbie, and Alina Kovaleskaya.  

For the doll's male version Ken, Justin Jedlica managed to transform himself into the human Ken doll via plastic surgery. However, critics continue to slam the extreme human-to-doll transformation particularly Ms Lukyanova's unrealistic body figure.  

Artist and researcher Nickolay Lamm, who published "What Would Barbie Look Like as an Average Woman," claimed that Valeria Lukyanova is an example of what can happen to young girls when they get too concerned over the ideal body image. The critic stated: "Young women who are healthy and fit, say 'I need to lose some weight.' Who are they comparing themselves to? [Lukyanova] is so extreme that people think she's a crazy weirdo and don't look at the bigger, much more silent problem of young girls trying to achieve an impossible ideal."

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