Baba Vanga predicted the future

Baba Vanga predicted the future

Baba Vanga

Published on: January 4, 2023

Vangeliya Pandeva Gushterova, popularly known as Baba Vanga, was a Bulgarian mystic and herbalist before her demise in 1996. Blind since early childhood, Baba Vanga spent most of her life in the Rupite area of the Kozhuh mountains in Bulgaria. She is well known for her prophecies. It is said that over 85 percent of her prophecies came true, just as she had predicted.


Baba Vanga claimed that she began seeing visions following her after she became blind from excessive sand entering her eyes during a sand storm that occurred in her home town while she was a child. This earned her the nickname "Nostradamus of the Balkans." Even when she died in 1996 at the age of 84, her prophecies surely didn't die with her. More than 26 years after she died, her predictions have continuously found fulfillment. Some of the predictions that were correct include the Chernobyl tragedy, the dissolution of the Soviet Union, and the death of Princess Diana.


The year 2022 saw the seemingly fulfilled predictions of two more: water-related tragedies such as floods and droughts that affected different parts of the world, such as England, Australia, and Asia. The second prediction was a biological attack that was initiated by a developing country. This would seem to relate to the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war. Though there were threats of the use of nuclear warheads in the war, if this came true, the impact would be disastrous.


As though we have not seen enough, Baba Vanga predicted that humans will be able to reproduce laboratory children, who are carried outside the biological womb. This year 2023 is set to see such a radical impact in science. Are we ready for what's to come next from Baba Vanga's predictions?

Author: Ovie Jeffery Ominigbo