Baba Vanga Stunning Predictions
Baba Vanga, a blind mystic who correctly predicted Brexit, 9/11, the rise of ISIS and the Boxing Day tsunami also warned of conflict in Syria, nuclear war and the demise of the US president. The Bulgarian – who died in 1996 aged 85 – was known as the ‘Nostradamus from the Balkans’.
Baba Vanga prophesized a 2016 invasion of Europe by Muslim extremists, a conflict she predicted would begin with the Arab Spring in 2010. She also forewarned of a showdown in Syria where “Muslims would use chemical warfare against Europeans”. Theorists believe she foretold Brexit – even going so far as to say that Europe as we know it will “cease to exist”.
Moreover she claimed the continent will be left “almost empty” – and be turned into a “wasteland almost entirely devoid of any form of life”. She foretold that nuclear war would ravages the world and most people die of skin cancer from chemical weapons. Baba also appeared to predict that the 45th President of the United States – who we now know to be Donald Trump – would be faced with a crisis which would “tear the country apart”.
baba vanga - her life
Baba Vanga was born on 3 October 1911 to Pando Surchev and Paraskeva Surcheva in Strumica in the Salonica vilayet of the Ottoman Empire (now North Macedonia). She was a premature baby who suffered from health complications. In accordance with local tradition, the baby was not given a name until she was deemed likely to survive. When the baby first cried out, a midwife went into the street and asked a stranger for a name. The stranger proposed Andromaha, but this was rejected for being “too Greek” during a period of anti-Hellenic sentiment within Macedonian Bulgarian society.
During her childhood, her father was an Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization activist, conscripted into the Bulgarian Army during World War I, and her mother died soon after. This left Vanga dependent on the care and charity of neighbors and close family friends for much of her youth. After the war, Strumica was ceded to the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (i.e., Yugoslavia).
Yugoslav authorities arrested her father because of his pro-Bulgarian activity. They confiscated all his property and the family fell into poverty for many years. Vanga was considered intelligent for her age. Her inclinations started to show up when she herself thought out games and loved playing “healing”—she prescribed some herbs to her friends, who pretended to be ill. Her father, being a widower, eventually remarried, thus providing a stepmother to his daughter.
According to her own testimony, a turning point in the life of Baba Vanga occurred when a ‘tornado’ allegedly lifted her into the air and threw her into a nearby field. She was found after a long search. Witnesses described her as very frightened, and her eyes were covered with sand and dust; she was unable to open them because of the pain. There was money only for a partial operation to heal the injuries she had sustained. This resulted in a gradual loss of sight.
In 1925, Baba Vanga was taken to a school for the blind in the city of Zemun, in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, where she spent three years and was taught to read Braille, play the piano, knit, cook, and clean. After the death of her stepmother, she returned home to take care of her younger siblings. The family lived in poverty.
In 1939, Baba Vanga contracted pleurisy. The doctor’s opinion was that she would die soon, but she quickly recovered.
During World War II, Yugoslavia was invaded and dismembered by the Axis powers and Strumica was annexed by Bulgaria. At that time Baba Vanga attracted believers in her ability to heal and soothsay—a number of people visited her, hoping to get a hint about whether their relatives were alive, or seeking for the place where they died. Bulgarian tzar Boris III had reportedly visited her too.
On 10 May 1942, Vanga married Dimitar Gushterov. Gusheterov, a Bulgarian soldier from the village of Krandzhilitsa near Petrich, had come to town seeking revenge for his brother’s killing. Shortly before marriage, Dimitar and Vanga moved to Petrich, where she soon became well-known. Dimitar was then conscripted in the Bulgarian Army and was stationed in Northern Greece, which was annexed by Bulgaria at the time. Gushterov became ill, fell into alcoholism, and eventually died on 1 April 1962.
Baba Vanga continued to be visited by dignitaries and commoners. After World War II, Bulgarian politicians and leaders from different Soviet Republics, including, reportedly, General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union Leonid Brezhnev. In the 1990s, a church was built in Rupite with money left by her visitors. Baba Vanga died on 11 August 1996 from breast cancer. Her funeral attracted large crowds.
Baba Vanga Predictions
Baba Vanga was semi-literate in Bulgarian; she could read some Braille in Serbian. Though she did not write any books herself, what she said or allegedly said was captured by staff members & associates. Later, numerous esoteric books on Vanga’s life and alleged predictions were written. There is no written record about her alleged predictions, but her followers frequently attribute predictions to her. Many of the people who were close to her have stated that she never made some of the predictions attributed to her.
Some predictions attributed to her by her associates include:
• World War II
• The break-up of the Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia
• The Chernobyl disaster
• The date of Stalin’s death
• The date of Tsar Boris III’s death
• The date of her own death
• The sinking of the Russian submarine Kursk
• Princess Diana’s death
• 1985 Northern Bulgaria earthquake
• The September 11 attacks
• 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami
• The election of an African-American as the 44th President of the United States
My grandfather knew her well. It is all true, and only half of the story. She could “talk” or extract info from everything from animals to plants and even rocks. Every rock has an amazing history to tell you. She tried to save a man from his upcoming death, but was impossible. Has said that dead relatives come to help the dying relative go with them to the other side. Knew when exactly she would die. She knows something phenomenal, hidden in Bulgaria, waiting to be unburrowed.
There is little information, especially for those who are not from Bulgaria. Baba Vanga is, to be precise, a phenomenon. She predicted thousands of things, what the video shows is a trivial part of the predictions. The true predictions can be told by the thousands of people who have been with her. The fact speaks for itself, that there were dozens and hundreds of people in front of her house and to wait for her to invite them, as people came and waited for days.
The most high-ranking people in the USSR and Bulgaria also came to her many times. In the Slavic world she is a saint and very popular, in the west maybe almost not … at least until now.
But I want to tell you that she is not the only big, the only one phenomenon. In Bulgaria it has been and always will be phenomenos. Our land has been shrouded in mystery, legends and spiritualism since the time of the Thracians, their sanctuaries, and perhaps even before that. Besides Vanga, some of the most famous fortune tellers from the past are Petar Deunov (Beinsa Duno), Slava Sevryukova, Dyado Vlaycho, Lyubomir Lulchev and many others. Bulgaria is a land of spirituality and spiritualism.
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I have been to her home – now a museum. She lived in a tiny poor house her whole life, she never recieved money for her help. My grandma visited her years ago and she was amazed how much she knew about her, even though grandma never gave anyone information like her name or her purpose for visiting Baba Vanga
I live in the region where Baba Vanga used to live and many people tell stories about her. She is a true miracle.
When she did her predictions, she never told the bad news. For example if she saw the death of a person, she kept that information for her and used to tell that person to come back in the future again, even tho she knew this person would never be able to get back to her. The reason for this is, that she wanted to keep the spark in everyone, so they don’t lose hope in their lives. As well, she helped a lot a lot of people and her predictions are outstanding and unbelievably accurate. So glad, that History has shown this 🙂 Cheers from Bulgaria
I’m from Bulgaria. My mother, grandmother and my uncle visited baba Vanga in her house, she predicted that my mother will have a child(me) and she also predicted that my grandfather will die from diabetes, because he won’t take diabetes seriously, she was right about that too. When I was six years old one morning my grandfather died, because he didn’t took his medications and ate yogurt with a lot of sugar.
I am from Bulgaria, my mother went to Grandma Vanga because she had a tumor in her head, taking her home without asking what it was, and said that the tumor should be operated on by a doctor named Romanski, but in years to come return this disease, but then there will be a machine that will cure it completely without the doctors opening its head, but now it is not done yet … that’s exactly what happened … the machine is an isotope accelerator. Baba Vanga is a phenomenon in communist times, she also predicted the death of Tsar Boris and told him personally that he would be poisoned by Hitler at dinner.
She was actually born in Strumica – Macedonia and also she WAS educated “1925 Vanga was brought to a school for the blind in the city of Zemun, in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, where she spent three years, and was taught to read Braille, PLAY THE PIANO, as well as do knitting, cooking, and cleaning”
Please don’t make things up, educate yourself of the history and biography of this incredible woman!!!
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