Blind psychic Baba Vanga's these predictions have come true so far in 2022
- Baba Vanga, is a well-known mystic who is said to have predicted many recent events
- She had predicted the future for many years before her death, which included the year 2022
- She has left predictions that will last until the year 5079
Vangeliya Pandeva Gushterova, also known as Baba Vanga, is a well-known mystic who is said to have accurately predicted many recent events. She had predicted the future for many years before her death, which included the year 2022. She has left predictions that will last until the year 5079.
Everyone wants to know what their future holds. However, knowing the exact details of the future, especially when they are bleak, may be unpleasant.
But not only did she make predictions, but some of them have come true. This year, she predicts intense bouts of flooding in several Asian countries and Australia. Given the countries' severe rains this year, this prediction appears to be spot on.
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Drought, according to Baba Vanga, will cause water shortages in cities. This is also happening in Europe. According to News Corp, Portugal has asked its citizens to limit their water use, and Italy is currently experiencing its worst drought since the 1950s.
Two of her predictions have thus far come true.
Aside from these predictions, Vanga also predicted that this year will bring a new deadly Siberian virus, an alien invasion, a locust invasion, and an increase in the use of virtual reality.
Vanga, who was born in 1911, mysteriously lost her sight at the age of 12 during a massive storm. According to theories, the tornado that lifted her slammed her to the ground, blinding her with dust and bestowing upon her the ability to see into the future.
She died of breast cancer in August 1996, but her followers claim her predictions continued for years after her death.
In 1989, Baba Vanga reportedly said, "Horror, horror! After being attacked by the steel birds, the American brethren will perish.
"Wolves will howl in the bush, and innocent blood will flow."
Many believe this was in response to the September 11 terrorist attacks, while others believe it was in response to Brexit.