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Baba Vanga’s terrible forecast for 2022, the nostradamus of the Balkans

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For the year 2022, the Bulgarian clairvoyant Baba Vanga, did not predict any improvement. According to his predictions the year is likely to be eventful.

If Baba Vanga died twenty-five years ago, his prophecies still resonate and have often been found to be correct. According to its followers, 85% of these were achieved in this way. In 1989, she announced the attacks of September 11, 2001, as well as the rise of Daesh.

She later predicted the Fukushima disaster and even the election of Barack Obama as head of the United States. A precision that gives some credit to his predictions.

For the year 2022, the forecasts of what is nicknamed “the Nostradamus of the Balkans”, are not much better. In addition, a brand new pandemic, which will have its origin in a virus trapped in the ice in Siberia and released by climate change.

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Baba Vanga foresees the arrival of the aliens

Among the other happy things predicted, the multiplication of earthquakes and tsunamis but also the return of massive floods. In these prophecies, Baba Vanga does not spare India, which should be affected by famines but also by extreme temperatures reaching 50 degrees Celsius.

The Bulgarian clairvoyant has also tackled virtual reality and believes that it will gain ground and that humans will spend even more time in front of their screens.

The aliens are also set to point their noses out and invade Earth in 2022. However, one can still hope that this latter claim falls within Baba Vanga’s 15% margin of error.

The prophecies of the seer have no written record and are passed on by word of mouth. Some of the predictions may have been affected by this transmission.

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