Baba Vanga, who is also known to many as the ‘Nostradamus of the Balkans’ is a blind fortune teller from the Balkans in southeast Europe, who died more than 20 years ago. However, the predictions she made for the future are still coming true now. What did she predict for 2021? Let’s find out!
Vanga, real name Vangelia Gushterova, was nicknamed the ‘Nostradamus of the Balkans’ for her bizarre claims. She lost her vision at the age of 12 and claimed that at the same time that she was given a very rare gift from God to see into the future.
Apparently, she has predicted the universe will end in 5079 and has supposedly revealed incidents in the years in between. More so, she knew about the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the September 11, attack in 2001, the death of Princess Diana, and the Chernobyl disaster.
Vanga was said to have got 85% of her predictions right. So what is in store for 2021?
This year turned the world on its head but anyone hoping for respite in 2021 may have to think again. At least according to predictions made by blind Bulgarian mystic Vanga.
Buckle up, people! Here are the 2021 predictions made by Baba Vanga
The supposed, and gifted fortune teller predicted that the world will suffer from a lot of cataclysms and great disasters in 2021 as three ‘giants’ unite and a ‘strong dragon’ seizes humanity.
‘Difficult times will come,’ the mystic is said to have predicted before her own death in 1996, adding that ‘people will be divided by their faith’. Not only this but she also added, “We are witnessing devastating events that will change the fate and destiny of humanity.”
The Nostradamus of the Balkans also predicted before her death that a cure for cancer would be found in 2021. “The day will come when cancer will get tied with iron chains,” she said.
In addition to this, the mystic has also claimed Donald Trump will suffer deafness and mortal illness in 2021. More so, Vladimir Putin will have to fend off an assassination attempt next year, while Europe is bracing for a chemical attack from extremists.
And, listen to this…
Vanga’s prophecies of doom also encompass an army of ‘extremists’ invading Europe with chemical weapons. So we guess, we will get to see a lot of cataclysms and disasters next year as well. Oh, great. We could have used a bit of a change!
On top of that, she said that ‘difficult times will come’ and ‘people will be divided by their faith’.
It is pertinent to mention that Vanga has become a cult figure among conspiracy theorists after some of her pronouncements proved eerily true. However in recent years, many have doubted the legitimacy of her apparent prophecies which were not written down.
Nonetheless, her supposed predictions run until the year 5079 when she believes the world will come to an end. She died in 1996, aged 85.
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