Death – Everything Baba Vanga, the blind Bulgarian mystic, predicted for 2022

Death – Obituary

The prophecies of a blind woman from Bulgaria have been used by conspiracy theorists as proof she was able to predict the future.

Baba Vanga’s claims have been linked to events such as the September 11 attacks and the Syrian chemical attacks. Here is all you need to know.

Who is blind mystic Baba Vanga?

Baba Vanga, born Vangelia Pandeva Dimitrova, was raised in Strumica, a village located at the foot of a volcanic mountain range in what was then the Ottoman Empire.

She passed away in 1996, aged 85, and was dubbed the “Nostradamus from the Balkans.”

Baba led an ordinary life up until the age of 12, when she mysteriously lost her eyesight during a massive storm — described as a freak tornado.

The youngster is said to have been flung into the air and then thrown to the ground by a powerful gust of wind.

Her family reportedly found her close to death several days later while her eyes were injured and sealed shut, encrusted with a thick layer of dust and dirt.

Vanga later said that she had experienced her first vision during the days she was missing and believed she had been instilled with the ability to heal people and predict the future.

What has Baba Vanga predicted?

Baba Vanga’s predictions, including those listed below, were said to have an 85 percent success rate.

  • The Kursk nuclear submarine disaster: In 1980, Baba said Kursk will be “covered with water and the whole world will weep over it” claiming the disaster would happen in August 1999. The Russian sub sank in August 2000, killing all aboard.
  • ISIS: The Bulgarian is also said to have predicted the rise of terror group ISIS.
  • Syrian gas attack: Before she died, Baba warned of a showdown in the country, where “Muslims would use chemical warfare against Europeans”. This is thought to be similar to the suspected gas attack Assad launched against his own people.
  • Brexit: While some conspiracy theorists claims Baba predicated Brexit – she actually incorrectly said Europe will “cease to exist” by 2017, something which obviously has not happened.
  • She claimed the 44th US President would be black – however she also said he or she would be the last President, which again did not happen.
  • In 1989, she claimed the “American brethren will fall after being attacked by the steel birds… and innocent blood will be gushing”. Some believe this is a reference to the September 11 attacks on the US in 2001.
  • Vladimir Putin will win the 2018 election. In 1979, during a meeting with writer Valentin Sidorov, Vanga said: “All will thaw, as if ice, only one remain untouched – Vladimir’s glory, glory of Russia.”
  • World War 3: Shortly before her death, the elderly woman said: “Russia will not only survive, it will dominate the world.”

What did Baba Vanga predict for 2022?

The Mirror reported Vanga’s predictions for the year ahead.

As 2021 contained a multitude of major events such as the second year of the coronavirus pandemic, the US insurrection, and more – it appears 2022 will bring much more drama according to Baba Vanga.

The following are her predictions for the coming year according to the Mirror:

  • A virtual reality takeover for the coming year.
  • Another pandemic, this time discovered in Siberia, that is caused by a frozen virus that will be released by climate change
  • A prediction that many cities will face water shortages that will result in political consequences as alternative solutions are used
  • The invasion of earth by aliens with the arrival of an asteroid
  • Famine in India due to a drop in temperatures that will result in locusts to attack crops
  • More earthquakes and tsunamis with ‘intense bouts of floods’ in Australia and parts of Asia

Although Vanga passed away 25 years ago many people still believe her predictions have some truth to them.

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What Is An Obituary

In national newspapers an obituary (obit for short) is a news article that reports the recent death of a prominent person. Although it tends to focus on positive aspects of the subject’s life this is not always the case. According to Nigel Farndale, the Obituaries Editor of The Times: “Obits should be life affirming rather than gloomy, but they should also be opinionated, leaving the reader with a strong sense of whether the subject lived a good life or bad; whether they were right or wrong in the handling of their public affairs.”

In local newspapers, an obituary may be published for any local resident upon death. A necrology is a register or list of records of the deaths of people related to a particular organization, group or field, which may only contain the sparsest details, or small obituaries. Historical necrologies can be important sources of information.