Have you ever wondered what it was like to live in the sphere of Nostradamus when he was still alive? To be in the same room with a man who could see into the future?
Well just ask the Bulgarians, because up until her death in 1996, the Bulgarian seer Baba Vanga blessed visitors with her uncanny gift of seeing into the future. They called her “Nostradamus of the Balkans” and she had a direct connection to the “other side” in addition to extraterrestrials.
Vanga’s birth name was Vangelia Pandeva Dimitrova, more famously known as Baba Vanga, which means Grandmother Vanga.
Baba Vanga was a mystic, a clairvoyant, and an herbalist. Millions of people believed in her paranormal abilities — including billionaires and world leaders.
Born in 1911 with health complications, nobody expected the baby girl to live long, but Vanga clung to life with every fiber in her being. Perhaps Vanga’s spirit was already aware of the mission that her life would serve.
Bad luck plagued her family from the beginning. When Vanga was just a child, her mother died and her father was arrested for standing on the wrong side of politics. The Bulgarian village that they lived in was taken over by the Serbians, and being a Bulgarian soldier, Vanga’s father was considered an enemy of the state, so everything they owned was confiscated by the new government.
With her parents gone, Vanga depended on the goodwill of neighbors, but bad luck persisted.
In a real-life Wizard of Oz event, a tornado snatched the little girl up into the air, and then flung her into a nearby field, blasting her eyes with dust and sand. Meteorologists cannot confirm that a “freak tornado” occurred at that time and place, so we cannot be sure as to what really happened to Baba Vanga. In her own words, however, she spoke of seeing fairies with nice red hair at the time when the whirlwind came.
Frightened and unable to see, Vanga was stranded in the field for days until she was found with her eyes sealed shut by a thick layer of dust and dirt. The first vision came while she waited for rescue, as a message that she now had the ability to heal people and predict the future.
Once she was back home safe and sound, a strange man came and identified himself as John Chrystosom. He told her things of the future, and how she’d now be able to read the future. She thought he might be a saint.  There actually was a St. John Chrystosom who lived from 349 A.D. to 407 A.D. He was one of the early Church Fathers, a Doctor of the Church, and a bishop.
These bizarre incidents imbued Vanga with the second sight, and she went on to become an extraordinary woman, gifted with psychic abilities as well as the power of healing. She was still just a young girl.
The extensive damage to her eyes stripped away Baba Vanga’s eyesight, and even a medical operation failed to help her. In 1925, Vanga was enrolled in a school for the blind. She was 14 years old. In 1939, she contracted pleurisy and again, everyone expected her to die, but Baba Vanga not only recovered, she became a true visionary and a conduit to the spirit world.
By the time World War II kicked off, 28 year old Baba Vanga was so well known that even the Bulgarian tzar Boris III consulted her. Believers flocked to Vanga hoping to find out if their relatives in the war were still alive, or where they’d died, or even who’d killed them. She married one of these believers — Bulgarian soldier Dimitar Gushterov. He wanted to know who killed his brother but Vanga wouldn’t tell him unless he promised not to seek revenge.
Bulgarian politicians consulted Baba Vanga, along with dignitaries and leaders throughout the Russian empire, because by then her prophecies were legendary. Vanga’s reputation as a prophet, healer, and supernatural saint spread throughout Russia and Europe. People known to have consulted Vanga include:
- Bulgarian tzar Boris III  
- Sergey Medvedev, press secretary of Russian president Boris Yeltsin  
- Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev   
- Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, multi-millionaire businessman and politician  
Baba Vanga credited her clairvoyant knowledge to the presence of invisible entities whose origin she could not explain. They appeared to her as shadows or transparent figures that waved like a reflection in the water. 
Their voices came from a distant place, as if she were hearing it on a radio. Sometimes the voices were clear, and sometimes not. These entities provided her with information about living people that was so detailed, she might as well have been watching the movie of a person’s life from birth to death, all there for her to access with perfect clarity, even to the point of choosing a moment in time to look at. Baba Vanga’s mind was akin to a computer searching system, with the ability to tap into information that others could not access.  
Predictions weren’t limited to individuals, however. Baba Vanga also made world predictions much as Nostradamus did, and they were often just as cryptic. Among the prophecies attributed to Baba Vanga:
- By 2020, trains will be powered by solar energy, oil extraction will cease, and Mother Earth will rest (predicted in 1969) 
- By 2020, scientists will work on producing helium-3 energy from space (predicted in 1960)
- By 2050, we’ll travel to other worlds at 10 times the speed of light 
- By 2196, man will make contact with brothers-in-mind from other worlds (she said this would happen in 200 years, and she died in 1996)   
- A ten year old blind girl in France will inherit her gift  
- Extraterrestrial aliens have been living on Earth for a long time   
- These extraterrestrials came from Vamfim (in their language), the third planet from Earth  
As we know, the third planet from Earth is currently uninhabitable, but where you came from and where you are now living can be totally different. In addition, we cannot be certain which planet this refers to, because an asteriod belt exists in place of where a planet might once have been, and there is a dwarf planet there named Ceres.
Accepting Ceres as the second planet from Earth, the third planet would then be Jupiter, otherwise, it would be Saturn. Among the many moons of Jupiter, scientists have speculated on the possibility that some could support life with a few modifications.
She also said that if we continue to pollute nature, it will destroy us. Nature will not tolerate our impact on it. A day will come when vegetables, plants, and animals will start to disappear, including garlic, onions, peppers, and bees. 
This woman passed away in 1996, a full two decades ago, so the warning is at least 20 years old, and possibly much older. Today, scholars are trying to get our attention, because this particular prediction is coming true, right now:
And the list goes on. You can’t help but wonder about our politicians and world leaders, why they seem to be talking about everything EXCEPT the planet that sustains us all. No matter what else is going on in the country, or in the world, if Mother Earth sinks, we all sink with her, so you’d think this would be the highest priority.
Researchers studied Vanga’s accuracy rate and determined it to be around 80%, so we should heed the warnings.   
Past predictions which have already come true include:
- Boris Yeltsin’s second election victory in 1995  
- Boris Yeltsin’s heart condition and death  
- Break up of Czechoslovakia 
- 1968 riots in Lebanon 
- Beginning of World War II and the consequences 
- The election of Indira Gandhi and her subsequent death 
- Chernobyl nuclear disaster   
- Break-up of the Soviet Union   
- The union of East and West Germany 
- Date of Stalin’s death   
- Sinking of the Russian submarine Kursk in 2000 (predicted in 1980)   
- September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States (predicted in 1989)   
- That the 44th U.S. president (Barack Obama) would be black 
Baba Vanga was often as cryptic as Nostradamus, and the truth didn’t become clear until after the fact. For example, in 1980 she predicted that “Kursk will be covered with water and the whole world will cry about it.” Everybody thought she meant the city of Kursk, but in August 2000, a Russian submarine named Kursk sank.
The trouble with Baba Vanga’s prophecies is in bogus predictions flooding the internet in her name, according to sources close to her.   Anyone can write a blog or news story about what Baba Vanga said, and as most of what’s been written about her is in Bulgarian, it’s impossible for the English-speaking person to verify which prophecies she genuinely made.
Baba Vanga said that many good children would be born in Russia who would change the world, that science would determine what is and isn’t true in the old books, and that we’d find a lot of information in old holy books. 
She spoke of knowledge hidden in a marble sarcophagus, presumably in Egypt since she mentioned Amon Ra. Inside the sarcophagus we will find the first writings of the first civilization. And hidden underneath the sarcophagus is a luminous pyramid made of diamond, topped with a crystal orb. The orb is the key to a great secret, and it is protected by a knight made of gold, alloys, and energy currently unknown to humans.
This discovery must be far into the future, because it triggers a period of brotherhood, but also one of our sun disappearing, and a migration to other stars with the assistance of our creators. And she named these creators as Ananaki giants from the Andromeda constellation. 
In our earliest history, there were deities known as the Ananaki, or Anunnaki, being the gods of Mesopotamia (Sumer, Akkad, Assyria, and Babylonia), and in their mythology, we were created.
Several websites and news articles claim that she predicted what’s currently going on in the Middle East with Syria and the influx of Muslims into Europe, but few can be verified as something she actually said.
She did predict that the oldest teachings will appear again starting in Russia, and not long after they would be recognized around the world, even in America. She said that it wouldn’t happen soon, however, because Syria hadn’t fallen yet. She also predicted that a military conflict will arise as a result of religion, but not a world war. 
Look at what’s happening right now in Syria. She did not predict World War III, or mention Muslims, or Europe in these statements, but they may have been used by the bloggers or the media to “reword” the prophecy into something more relevant to the crisis in Syria and the Middle East, from which millions of Syrian refugees are fleeing into neighboring countries and Europe.
Vanga’s friends allege that she was just not the type of woman to voice catastrophic predictions even if she saw them because of the chaos that would ensue, and Vanga affirmed this in a 1994 interview, at least where personal consultations were involved. For this reason alone, one could doubt some of the more catastrophic prophecies posted in her name. But she did “see” the future, and she may not have had the freedom to keep all visions to herself.
She predicted that the world will change, borders will disappear, and people will live together in peace and cooperation. She often said, “If it is not God’s will, you cannot even take off a single hair off your head.” 
Baba Vanga believed that we retain our personalities after death, and that death was only the end of our physical bodies. She also believed in reincarnation, hell, paradise, and an afterlife, and that one great power was moving and controlling the world. 
You cannot help but wonder: Where is this information coming from? How do visionaries such as Baba Vanga, Nostradamus, and Edgar Cayce tap into this source of “all that is known”?
If there is such a thing as reincarnation, is it possible that we could reincarnate into the past, and retain some of our knowledge of today, which for the reborn would then be the future? Is this how clairvoyants receive so much accurate information? Or are they simply in tune to the Akashic record of all events, past, present, and future? Or perhaps, as Baba Vanga says, entities from some other world or dimension or realm are speaking to us of things to come, in order to assist us with important matters.
Whatever the truth, amazing people exist in our world whose sixth sense is so fine-tuned that they know what you plan to ask even before it comes out of your mouth, as often happened with Baba Vanga. If we were going to take just one Baba Vanga prophecy to heart, perhaps we should heed the warning to protect Mother Nature — because our very lives depend on her health.
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