A blind mystic who predicted 9/11 would have predicted a nuclear catastrophe that will ravage the Earth before the end of 2023.
Baba Vanga, a blind Bulgarian woman, is said to have predicted some of the greatest events in world history.
She died more than a quarter of a century ago, but many of her predictions would have come true long after her death.
Now his supporters claim that Baba Vanga has predicted a devastating nuclear disaster that will unfold this year.
The mystic reportedly warned of a major nuclear power plant explosion in 2023 that would cause toxic clouds to settle over Asia.
Its supporters believe other countries could be affected by the blast due to a spread of serious illnesses as the toxic clouds fill the air.
Baba Vanga’s predictions for 2023
Apart from the nuclear disaster, Baba Vanga made four other major predictions for 2023.
First, she would have predicted that the orbit of the Earth would change.
As our planet’s orbit around the sun shifts slightly over tens of thousands of years, a more dramatic change would be devastating.
A move closer to the sun would melt glaciers and flood the planet, while a move further away could plunge us into an ice age.
Baba Vanga is also believed to have predicted a powerful solar storm that will rock the climate in 2023.
Solar storms are disturbances of the sun that can emanate from the heliosphere and impact the Earth.
Some have interpreted his words to mean that a solar tsunami is coming, which could lead to major technological failures – although minor solar storms occur fairly regularly without devastation.
The Bulgarian mystic also reportedly predicted that a biological weapon would be used by a superpower in 2023, causing hundreds of thousands of deaths.
Biological weapons are microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria, or fungi, or poisonous substances produced by living organisms that are released to cause disease and death in humans, animals, or plants. They are prohibited by the Biological Weapons Convention.
Finally, Baba Vanga would have predicted the end of natural pregnancies this year.
Its proponents say all babies will be raised in labs, with states and medical experts deciding who gets one. Parents, they say, will be able to choose traits like hair and eye color.
A lot will happen in the remaining seven months of 2023!
What is the story of Baba Vanga?
Baba Vanga died in 1996 at the age of 75, but it is claimed that during her lifetime she predicted the COVID-19 pandemic, the 9/11 attacks, the death of Princess Diana and the Chernobyl disaster.
According to legend, the mystic grew up on a farm in Romania and was blinded by a dust storm when she was 12 years old.
It was then, according to her followers, that she received a paranormal gift allowing her to see into the future.
What did Baba Vanga predict?
Baba Vanga first rose to prominence after he accurately predicted the sinking of the Kursk in 2000.
She claimed that in August 1999, “Kursk will be covered with water and the whole world will cry.”
The Russian nuclear submarine sank 12 months after the date allegedly predicted by Vanga, killing everyone on board.
And in 1989, she would have said: “Horror, horror!
“The American Brothers will fall after being attacked by the Steel Birds.
“Wolves will howl in a bush, and innocent blood will spurt out.”
Some say it is linked to the World Trade Center attacks in New York.
What did Baba Vanga go wrong?
Fortunately, not all of Baba Vanga’s prophecies were correct.
Experts who have studied his prophecies say 68% are accurate, while his followers believe it is around 85%.
Among his erroneous predictions was that the 45th President of the United States would face a crisis that would “bring the country down”.
Donald Trump has certainly faced enormous challenges during his tenure, but America is still standing.
Baba Vanga also incorrectly predicted that the 1994 World Cup final would be contested by two teams whose names begin with “B” (the finalists were Brazil and Italy), as well as a nuclear war between 2010 and 2014 that didn’t happen.
The mystic is also said to have predicted the end of Europe in 2016. This was the year Britain voted to leave the pact, but Europe, both as a continent and as a Union , still exists.