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Blind seer Baba Wanga predicts virus from Siberia

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December 26, 2021 – 1:07 pm Clock

Baba Wanga has actually been dead for over 25 years

the Bulgarian seer Baba Wanga has been dead for 25 years, yet her prophecies make new headlines year after year. The fortune teller should already dThe attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, the 2004 tsunami in Thailand and even predicted Brexit. For the year 2022 there are now new, gloomy predictions from the blind fortune teller.

1. Extreme heat wave in India

As OE24 reports, India is set to be hit by an extreme heat wave in 2022. With devastating consequences: Baba Wanga is said to have predicted drought, crop failures, famine and mass death in this context.

Baba Wanga died about 25 years ago.

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2. Problems with drinking water supply

Several large cities are also expected to face drinking water problems in 2022. Baba Wanga is said not to have foreseen which places are specifically affected. But she is said to have named the climate crisis as the reason.

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3. New pandemic due to previously frozen virus

Baba Wanga is said to have predicted a third disaster for the year 2022: a new pandemic, triggered by a virus that has previously been frozen. According to OE24, the Bulgarian legend is said to have prophesied that researchers would discover the virus in Siberia.

What is Baba Wanga all about?

Every year the – mostly dark predictions – make the headlines for the Bulgarian seer. But who and what is actually behind the mysterious woman?

Baba Wanga was born in 1911 in Strumica, in what is now Macedonia. It was only after she went blind at the age of 16 that she discovered her clairvoyant abilities and gradually gained more and more notoriety. Until her death in 1996, she prophesied many events, some of which even came true.

However, Baba Wanga’s prophecies often leave plenty of room for interpretation. The seer, often called “Nostradamus of the Balkans” today, expressed her predictions mostly in riddles. In addition, they were apparently never written down, but are mainly passed on via hearsay.

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