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Baba Vanga (баба Ванга, AKA ‘Nostradamus from the Balkans’, 1911 – 1996)

This blind, illiterate, psychic Macedonian villager predicted everything from 9/11 – in suggesting that “the American brethren would be attacked by two steel birds” in 2001 many years earlier in 1989 – to an African-American being the 44th US President. Baba Vanga got it right on the “great Muslim war” that started with the Arab Spring in 2010 and claimed it would “come to a conclusion in 2043 with the establishment of a caliphate with Rome at its centre”. She supposedly found her power after “losing her eyesight during a storm when she was picked up in a fierce gust of wind and dumped back down on the ground” and looking further into the future, the clairvoyant claimed that everything on earth will die by 3797 and aliens will help civilisations live underwater by 2130. Tellingly, she also predicted: “An economic crisis will prevent the 45th President from taking office”. Anyone care to break this news to ‘The Donald’?

 

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