Biography

Devorah Mei Snidecor is a Brazilian author, born in Rio de Janeiro, into a Portuguese Banker family, lived as a child for a few years in Argentina, her mother's home, from where she kept her most sweet an loving memories. Two years after the death of Evita Peron, the land became a boiling pot of insecurity and her family decided to pack and to fly back to Rio. Her life apparently became normal, and once again she was saved of the bite of a most venous serpent who was killed "accidently" by Devorah, still a 10 years young girl. She finished her secondary school , at a French Catholic Girls Gymnasium in Rio, and as all prophecies pointed out since she was 5 years old, she marriages a Dutch man in Rio , and moves to Europe. She also has a certificate in Interior Designer from an Academic School in Leiden, Holland. Overwhelming prophetic dreams discloses her Jewish background at the age of 45, making a turn of 180 degrees in her life .

Devorah speaks and reads fluently Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch and English , and it is improving her Hebrew daily. She finishes her College education in the US combining with one year of Portuguese Literature in Utrecht, Holland. Finally she moved to Israel with her husband and is honored to say that she represented Israel at the Indigenous Tribes Conference at the United Nations in New York in 2005. Her biographic story is inspiring, empowering, uplifting and magnificent in all her encounters with the Divine Providence who brought into her life a chain of unexplained, unique and miraculous occurrences.


Books by Devorah Mei Snidecor

From Rio to Uman - Book Cover

From Rio to Uman tells the amazing life story of a girl who was searching for the "real deal", the absolute true G-D. She grew up with the knowledge that there was something beyond that we can see or sense. Her life changed drastically when a prophetic dream came into fulfillment disclosing her Jewish background. This book reveals the mind-boggling Divine miracles which surrounded her life from the moment she was born till this very day.

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