A blind, Bulgarian clairvoyant, Baba Vanga was known as the “Nostradamus of the Balkans” due to her many predictions.
Baba Vanga is one of the most mysterious people of the twentieth century.
Not much is truly known about her, yet her predictions and prophecies are believed by many.
So what were some of Baba Vanga’s predictions you might ask?
Some of her most notable predictions are believed to be: the rise of ISIS, global warming, an African-American United States President (Obama), 9/11 terrorist attacks and the 2004 tsunami.
Interesting, yes, but her future predictions beyond 2016 are downright scary and uncertain.
Baba Vanga predicted that the continent of Europe will cease to exist and become nothing more than ‘space and wasteland’ due to extremists using chemical weapons against the continent. Think a Mad Max world thanks to a Muslim invasion.
She also believed that a ‘Great Muslim War’ would be launched in Syria, Rome would become the new capital of the Islamic caliphate, China would become the next world super power and ‘developed nations’ such as the United States would become third world countries.
But, at least world hunger will be eradicated somewhere between 2025 and 2028 and cloning organs will be an easy method of medical treatment .
There’s a bunch of interplanetary predictions like traveling to Venus to set up a colony to find new energy sources.
She also made some predictions regarding extraterrestrial assistance.
“In the future, she (Baba Vanga) predicted aliens would help civilization live underwater by 2130 and that there would be a war on Mars in 3005,” Samuel Osborne via the Independent said.
“Shortly before her death in 1996, she said a 10-year-old blind girl living in France would inherit her gift, and promised the world would soon hear about her.”
And most importantly, the world will end by year 3797. But no need to fear, humans will have enough technological advancements to set up a civilization on a new star system.
Baba Vanga was born 1911 in Strumica, Ottoman Empire (presently, Republic of Macedonia) as Vangeliya Pandeva Dimitrova and died 1996 (age 85) in Sofia, Bulgaria.
During her life, she had been visited by many dignitaries and commoners.
Baba Vanga lost her eyesight at the age of twelve, during a terrible storm or tornado and was found several days later deep in a crop field with her eyes shut, crusted with dust and dirt.
That was when she had her first visions.