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Madam Auring passes away at 80


Aurea S. Erfelo, known professionally as Madam Auring, has passed away. She was 80.

Her grandson Daryl Simon Pecson announced the news in a series of posts on Facebook on Friday, October 30. He also confirmed the news with GMA News Online.

 

#RestInPeace my Lola ???? few days ago binisita kita magkausap lang tayo, dinalhan kita ng mga pasalubong at mga...

Posted by Simon Pecson on Thursday, October 29, 2020

 

"Grabe ang pinag daanan mo during your senior years pero you still worked hard for your family (us) I feel sad and happy," he wrote.

"Sad kasi I will never see you again, mga wisdom words mo, korni jokes, happy bondings, and pagkurot sa aking pisngi hanggang mamula. Happy ako kasi you have done everything you could to make us feel loved the way you know how, your struggles are over. You fought your battles silently. Magkikita na kayo ni Mama sa kabilang buhay," he added.

The family has yet to disclose details on her death as of Friday afternoon, but her other grandson Mike Gibran had earlier said she was at the hospital during her birthday last March.

 

Today is your special day. Kaso nasa hospital ka instead of enjoying your birthday. Happy Birthday lola..

Posted by Pecson Mike Gibran on Tuesday, March 10, 2020
 

Born March 11, 1940, Madam Auring was known in the Philippines for her work as a fortune teller and actress. 

One of her greatest predictions was the legendary victory of Muhammad Ali at the 1975 “Thrilla in Manila” fight.

Madam Auring was also said to have predicted Miss Universe win of Spanish beauty queen Amparo Munoz in 1974. —JCB, GMA News

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