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Baba Vanga is referred to as the Nostradamus of the 21st century.
The Bulgarian prophet has made predictions over 15 years ago that many people have found to be unbelievably accurate and chilling.
The Bulgarian mystic suffered from complete blindness as a child. However, somehow, she managed to predict the 9/11 terror Attacks and the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami and she also warned the world about the rise of the terrorist group ISIS, decades ago.
Baba Vanga who died in 1996 at the age of 85 lived a normal and humble life. It is said that people in Bulgaria, her homeland, consider her more as a healer who managed to help hundreds of thousands of people.
Despite her alleged healing abilities, many people see here as a prophet who had the ability to foresee some of the darkest ages in the history of our planet.
Those who believe in her psychic powers claim the Blind prophet predicted events with 85 percent of accuracy.
The Power of seeing the future
So, how did she predict the events of the future?
It is believed that the first visions of future events came to Baba Vanga after a terrible storm that took her sight.
After word got out of a woman who can see the future and heal with supernatural powers, she became the go-to person for heads of state, scientists, historians and even actors who would travel to Bulgaria only to meet and speak to here.
Just as Nostradamus, she saw what no one anticipated
Some of the many predictions Baba Vanga got right happen to—allegedly—include the terror attack in New York, on September 11. Astonishingly, she predicted the attack in 1989;
“Horror, horror! The American brethren (believed to be a reference to the two ‘brother’ towers) will fall after being attacked by the steel birds (thought to be the two hijacked passenger planes). “The wolves will be howling in a bush (believed to be a reference to then US president George Bush) and innocent blood will gush.”
She also predicted the tragic fate of the Russian Submarine the Kursk in 2000;
“At the turn of the century, in August of 1999 or 2000, Kursk will be covered with water, and the whole world will be weeping over it.”
What to expect from 2018, according to Baba Vanga
As noted by Newsweek, the Blind Prophet allegedly said that we would discover a “new form of energy” on Venus, sometimes referred to as Earth’s sister planet.
But what kind of energy could we possibly find on Venus?
As noted by Paul Byrne, a planetary geologist at North Carolina State University who studies the surface of Venus, in an interview with Newsweek, “Venus is a natural place to study because it’s a planet much like our own.” Both Venus and the Earth are of a similar site, they have eerily similar densities and even similar gravity. Despite this fact, Venus is unlike Earth. Our neighboring planet is extremely hot, broiling got, and its day happens to be longer than its year.
Furthermore, the atmosphere on Venus is extremely toxic, since it is almost entirely made out of Carbon Dioxide.
The Blind mystic also allegedly saw the year 2018 as the year when China will become a super world power, surpassing the U.S., changing economy forever.
Baba Vanga’s prophecies, open to interpretation?
It is only logical to have doubts about here prophecies not many skeptics.
There is a list of alleged prophecies made by Baba Vanga which have been circulating the internet for over 10 years. These ‘interpretations’ have not been sourced, and are difficulty traced back to the ‘Nostradamus of the Balkan’s as she is often referred to. It is believed that as the Blind Mystic was only half-literate, her assistants wrote down her beliefs and predictions. Despite the possibility that these texts may exist somewhere—Bulgaria most likely, we have still not come across them anywhere online.
As noted in an article written by Forbes, these predictions work through a simple two-step process:
The alleged prophet talks about something that the future holds, and is vague and open to interpretation. Then, the ‘believer’ or ‘interpreter’ goes through a vast catalog of events in Earth’s history and finds one or two that fit into the interpretation of that prediction.