“Nostradamus of the Balkans” would have made a series of prophecies until the year 5079
The seer Vangelina Pandeva Gushterova, known as Baba Vanga and also as the “Nostradamus of the Balkans”, died in 1996, aged 85. Conspiracy theorists claim she left a series of disturbing prophecies that would have been fulfilled, such as the 9/11 attacks, the demise of the Soviet Union and the Chernobyl disaster. Now, two more of those predictions would have come true.
Floods and drought
Before dying, the fortune teller supposedly left predictions about the events that would mark the history of humanity until the year 5079, when, as she prophesied, life would come to an end on planet Earth. Among the visions would also be the w.a.r between Rʋssɪa aƞd Ukraɪƞᴇ.
According to the British tabloid The Mirror, Baba Vanga had predicted that this year, in several regions of Asia and Australia, intense floods would leave vast territories under water, causing incalculable losses. That’s exactly what happened in eastern Australia, whose coasts have been flooded by torrential rains that have resulted in losses of around $3.5 billion so far, and in northern China, where water swept away everything in its wake and left scores of deaths. .
Baba Vanga would also have prophesied an unprecedented drought, something that is happening in Britain. In addition, other European countries such as Portugal and Italy also face similar problems.
Despite becoming popular, Baba Vanga’s prophecies are questioned. According to the Bulgarian newspaper 24chasa, which went to investigate her story, in fact she would have been a normal, charitable lady who never made predictions during her life. The supposed predictions attributed to her would only have started to circulate more than 10 years after her death. Skeptics also point out that seers’ texts are often so vague that they can serve to explain any event.