Baba Vanga’s shocking predictions for 2022: did he announce another pandemic?

Baba Vanga, or Vangelia Pandeva Dimitrova, was a Bulgarian seer who claimed to possess paranormal abilities and could see what would happen in the future despite being blind. And this is not a minor data.

According to her own testimony, the turning point in her life occurred when a tornado lifted her into the air and threw her into a nearby field.

She was found after a long search, very scared and with her eyes covered with sand and dust. That was the last time he could see, since he couldn’t even open them due to pain.

As there was no money in his family, he began to lose his sight gradually, which allowed him to see in his head the images of the events that would take place in the future.

Some accurate predictions the seer made
Just to give a few facts, Baba Vanga had predicted the disintegration of the Soviet Union, the Chernobyl disaster, the date of Stalin’s death, and the September 11 attacks.

It was in 1989 and about it he said “Horror, horror! The American brothers will fall after being attacked by the birds of steel. The wolves will howl in a bush, and innocent blood will gush out.”

On the other hand, at the beginning of August 1976, he received a visit from a Yugoslav actress and singer who was on tour in Bulgaria. Baba Vanga, who was once recognized as a warm and endearing person, just sat and stared out the window with her back to the view.

When the actress and singer turned and walked to the door, the seer stated, “Wait. Actually, you won’t be able to come. Go, go. If you can come back in three months, do so.” The woman died two months later, on October 10, 1976, in a car accident with her sister.

His death
Furthermore, he had predicted the precise date of his own death. He had said that he would die on August 11 and had claimed that a blind ten-year-old girl living in France would inherit his gift. The five predictions for 2022

1. Natural disasters
The seer had said that there would be devastating earthquakes and floods, among other things, destroying most living creatures in coastal areas.

2. Another pandemic?
It is not possible to know if he spoke of covid-19 or another disease, because as Baba Vanga said: “Even those who escape (from natural disasters) will die of a horrible disease.” If it is not the coronavirus, it could be the new virus that could devastate the planet, or the new pandemic that Bill Gates refers to.

3. Destruction of the United States
It seems that 2021 would be the year in which the United States would end itself. Biden has just taken the reins of a country mired in a deep economic and social crisis, and it seems that the seer would not have predicted a too positive future.

“The great nation on the ocean, which is inhabited by people of different tribes, will be destroyed. It will be divided and flooded for the most part,” said the seer, who had also predicted that the North American country “will have many misfortunes and will lose its colonies. in the East”.

4. Economic crisis
The effects of the health crisis are wreaking havoc, but the medium also prophesied something else: a great crisis throughout Europe.

It seems that he has been successful, because at the moment, all the people of the world are suffering as a result of the coronavirus.

5. China as a world superpower
Baba Varga was clear that on a political level, this was going to be a turbulent year. Not only because of the destruction of the United States but because, as a consequence, it seems that China will ‘crown’ itself as the great superpower worldwide. In addition to China as an economic giant, countries like Russia would have the odd event, such as the alleged assassination attempt on Vladimir Putin.

Who was Baba Vanga?
Vangeliya Pandeva Gushterova, commonly known as Baba Vanga, was a Bulgarian mystic and clairvoyant.

Blind from early childhood, Gushterova spent most of her life in the Rupite area in the Kozhuh Mountains in Bulgaria. Zheni Kostadinova claimed in 1997 that millions of people believed she possessed paranormal abilities.

Studies on Baba Vanga

In 2011 an attempt was made to systematically summarize the existing knowledge about Vanga in the documentary Vanga: The Visible and Invisible World.

The film includes interviews with some of the people who knew Vanga in person, including Sergey Medvedev (press secretary of then Russia’s President Boris Yeltsin in 1995-96; who visited as Yeltsin’s envoy), Neshka Robeva (Rhythmic Gymnast and Coach Bulgarian), Sergey Mikhalkov (Soviet and Russian writer, author of the anthem of the Soviet Union), Nevena Tosheva (director of the first documentary on Vanga), Kirsan Ilyumzhinov (Kalmyk, billionaire businessman and politician).

Various researchers have studied the Vanga phenomenon in an attempt to establish whether it had extraordinary abilities. One of the first studies was started by the Bulgarian government and is described in the 1977 film Fenomen directed by Nevena Tosheva.

Bulgarian psychiatrists Nicola Shipkovensky and Georgi Lozanov also studied Vanga’s abilities. According to Jeffrey Mishlove, about 80% of Vanga’s predictions turned out to be accurate.
Also, the Russian writer and publicist Andrei Kudin wrote a book about her, who has written several books on Bulgarian and Chinese history.

The predictions of the so-called clairvoyants, the political speculations with them and their criticisms continue to appear in the media of different countries and in different languages.

His supposed predictions and personality remain popular in parts of Southeast Europe, primarily Bulgaria and North Macedonia, as well as parts of Eastern Europe, especially Russia.

Russian publications related to the mysterious prophetess are numerous. “The Great Encyclopedia of Vanga” is a Russian online project, dedicated to her.
Academic RAS Ye. B. Aleksandrov, chairman of the Commission for Combating Pseudoscience and Counterfeiting Scientific Research, referring to the opinion of another member of the commission, Yuri Gorny, described the Vanga phenomenon as follows:

“Vanga is a well-promoted state-owned company, thanks to which the provincial region has become a place of pilgrimage for crowds from all over the world. Who prayed the most to Baba Vanga? The taxi drivers, the cafe waiters, the Hotel staff are people who, thanks to the “clairvoyant”, had excellent stable incomes. They all voluntarily collected preliminary information for Vanga: where did the person come from, why, what he expects. And Vanga then exposed this information to customers as if she saw them herself. They helped with the dossier of clients and special services, under which the state brand functioned. Bekhtereva herself, who went to Vanga, said that it was possible to get to the reception only with the permission of the special services. “

Unfulfilled predictions

2010: The World War will start in November 2010 and end in October 2014. It will start as usual, then nuclear weapons will be used first and then chemical weapons.
2011: as a result of radioactive fallout, neither animals nor vegetation will remain in the northern hemisphere. Then the Muslims will start a chemical war against the surviving Europeans.

2014: most people will suffer from ulcers, skin cancer, and other skin diseases as a result of chemical warfare.
2016: Europe will be almost deserted.

Anatoly Stroyev, who in 1985-1989 was his own correspondent for Komsomolskaya Pravda in Bulgaria, believes that in the USSR about Vanga “journalists invented sensations for the sake of circulation.”

Furthermore, Stroyev points out that the prediction attributed to Vanga about the sinking of the Russian submarine “Kursk” is a pseudo-prophecy, which, even during his lifetime and long before the sinking of Kursk, was “refuted by his words by the journalist Ventsislav Zashev”.

In 2004, the illusionist Yuri Gorny, in an interview with the magazine “Ciencia y Vida”, said that the famous journalist and diplomat AE Bovin, who visited Vanga, pointed out that she “absolutely did not guess anything in her past, nor in the present, or, as it soon turned out, in the near future. ” Source: (Air)

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