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Baba Vanga's predictions for 2020 revealed


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On 8/22/2020 at 7:03 PM, Helen of Annoy said:

 

 

Whole ex-Yu knew about that "man in white" who turned out to be a tennis player instead of a doctor :D Vanga also predicted that Brena will become popular singer, which Brena thought is silly back then, when she was just a young amateur entertainer. So Brena never questioned the reality of Vanga's gift. She claims that every detail predicted by Vanga came true in her life. Of course, it's possible to write her testimony off, if one wishes so, but I never found a convincing reason why Brena would lie in Vanga's favour. 

 

 

But isn't that the thing when predicting the success of a young, aspiring artist? You tell them you see them being famous in the future and if they really become famous it's suddenly a prediction... Same with tragic deaths.
And of course a supposed psychic telling you that they foresaw your success can give your confidence the edge to muddle through, try harder and succeed. And many men wear white. Though I will admit it's a fun story/ coincidence.

For what it's worth I do believe in intuition, but only towards general, immediate situations (feeling an earthquake that's about to hit, for example or sensing that an environment has positive/negative factors towards achieving a goal) and that those can, with luck, almost seem like predictions. B ut I do not believe that someone can foresee concrete events of a personal or historical significance in advance.  

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4 hours ago, Orphalesion said:

But isn't that the thing when predicting the success of a young, aspiring artist? You tell them you see them being famous in the future and if they really become famous it's suddenly a prediction... Same with tragic deaths.
And of course a supposed psychic telling you that they foresaw your success can give your confidence the edge to muddle through, try harder and succeed. And many men wear white. Though I will admit it's a fun story/ coincidence.

For what it's worth I do believe in intuition, but only towards general, immediate situations (feeling an earthquake that's about to hit, for example or sensing that an environment has positive/negative factors towards achieving a goal) and that those can, with luck, almost seem like predictions. B ut I do not believe that someone can foresee concrete events of a personal or historical significance in advance.  

In my experience, sometimes, some people do foresee certain events. Which is why I believe there's not just intuition but outright precognition too.

But - again, according to my direct experience - it's not something anyone can have on demand. It happens when it has to happen. Who knows how it works. And it's most often very hard to say to what extent you logically connected facts and made right guess and was there any precognition at all. Which is why I think majority of "psychics" are pure frauds and the rare truly gifted ones are not nearly as efficient as it is advertised.

 

But that's my personal opinion. I don't think I could or should insist that precognition should be seen as real by everyone. It wasn't possible to prove it scientifically. It sounds slightly irrational, if not insane. It can be explained when it happens to others with coincidence, luck, confirmation bias, lying etc. But when it happens to you, it becomes very obviously real. Maybe it has to work like that. 

 

Anyway, let me tell another true story that speaks, for a change, for the sceptic side :D 

I was young and let local "baba" tell me my fortune. She got everything wrong. Not just my past, but she also totally misjudged my present and all her predictions about my future were proven to be completely wrong. As in, the total opposite of right. It was paranormal in its own right, because statistically, she should have guessed at least something right. But she didn't. Let's say it was my fault, I was always weird and prone to have things happen to me in the most bizarre way. She'd have to be truly clairvoyant to "read" me right. 

Still, I was a bit surprised, because when I used to read tarot for people, of coffee mud, I'd have better score than her and honestly, I was mostly inventing logical scenarios only inspired with tarot. Or mud. Or beans. Or pendulum. Yeah, I tried it all except reading entrails. 

 

All in all, I trust my feelings and dreams, and those of the people who are close to me. Do-it-yourself baba :D 

After all, in our local belief, fortune telling must not be done for profit. It corrupts the gift, so there. 

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On 8/24/2020 at 6:34 PM, Helen of Annoy said:

After all, in our local belief, fortune telling must not be done for profit. It corrupts the gift, so there. 

Check the new Baba Vanga: https://www.kurir.rs/vesti/srbija/3521481/opsedaju-kucu-srpske-baba-vange-hiljade-ljudi-danima-ceka-u-kilometarskim-kolonama-da-ih-misteriozna-prorocica-primi

:D But you need to sleep over the night in her backyard to prove that you're worth!

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19 hours ago, TrumanB said:

Check the new Baba Vanga: https://www.kurir.rs/vesti/srbija/3521481/opsedaju-kucu-srpske-baba-vange-hiljade-ljudi-danima-ceka-u-kilometarskim-kolonama-da-ih-misteriozna-prorocica-primi

:D But you need to sleep over the night in her backyard to prove that you're worth!

Well, she has no price list, each visitor leaves a gift according to own assessment, that's acceptable, traditionally. Sleepover is weird but I'm under impression it's not to prove your worth, it's more to limit the number of visitors, reducing them to those who are there because they really need baba's advice. 

And I like this: 

 Kad dođete kod nje, kao da ste došli kod psihologa. Oslobodi vas straha, da vam neku nadu.

(When you come to see her, it's like you're at the psychologist's. She releases you from your fears, gives you a certain kind of hope.) 

It's what South Slavic babas traditionally are: folk psychologists. They usually have good "antennae" too, but it doesn't even have to be paranormal, just natural inclination to correctly understand what other people feel. 

A lot of people suffer real, physical symptoms but the real cause is their emotional state. They indeed can benefit from visiting a folk psychologist.

Under condition said folk psychologist is not bat**** insane. (We had one over here, he started a sort of sect, thank various gods it's over.)  

 

Now, the bioenergy part... I believe there is such thing, but I'm not convinced it can be just sprayed around at will. 

I had some experience with bioenergetičari (yeah, well, I'm old and morbidly curious... I've got experience with everything weird :D ) and I wasn't impressed. I don't like pointing that out too much, because that type of treatment may be beneficial for some people. Typically, it won't help against toothache (actual physical problem), but it will help against mysterious headaches (physical manifestation of a psychological problem).   

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I'd like to visit this person, just out of curiosity...but unfortunately I'm short with time. I hope that she will live long enough. :D

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2 hours ago, TrumanB said:

I'd like to visit this person, just out of curiosity...but unfortunately I'm short with time. I hope that she will live long enough. :D

Absolutely obligatory do tell what it was like, if you do visit.  

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Honestly, after extensively searching through the web - I found only one legit source that is fully dedicated to Baba Vanga - https://www.baba-vanga.com

The blog is quoting well known Bulgarian and World scientists, artists, poets, musicians, politicians, athletes, etc. who had a personal meeting with Baba Vanga back in the 70-ties, 80-ties, and 90-ties. So I'm a lot more inclined to believe information that comes from the source, than something that's just posted online.

All the other tabloids and big newspaper blogs are making up content so they get visitors to their sites.

Anyways - on the Baba Vanga blog, they wrote the following predictions that actually came true:

·         The beginning of the world war 2 and the consequences

·         The date on which Tsar Boris 3 died (Bulgarian king from 1918-1943)

·         The break-up of Czechoslovakia

·         The riots in Lebanon (1968)

·         The war in Nicaragua (1979)

·         The Cyprus conflict in 1974

·         The election of Indira Gandhi and her short-after death

·         The break-up of the Soviet Union

·         The break-up of Yugoslavia

·         The union of East and West Germany

·         The election victory of Boris Eltzin

·         The nuclear disaster in Chernobyl (Ukraine)

·         The date when Stalin died

·         The USA attacks on September 11th, 2001

·         The 44th USA president will be black

·         The disaster of the Russian “Kursk” submarine

·         The conflicts in Syria

·         The return of Simeon Sakskoburgotsky II in Bulgaria




Here is great quote written by Zheni Kostadinova - she had written some of the most indepth and informative books about the deeds of Baba Vanga.

"It is really very sad that there are so many publications that are citing 
Baba Vanga’s predictions incorrectly. Everybody is making up his own bizarre predictions, or they would mix her real words with their fictitious stories, and all this is only distorting in a very negative way the real image of our prophetess, as well her phenomenal gifts and wisdom. But this is not uncommon for the great people – their myths are usually outliving the person itself and what he had left on this world.


For over 20 years of research on the live and deeds of Baba Vanga I have never met a single person to tell about any of the above predictions. Where they have taken those from? What are their sources? Always when I speak about a prediction given by Baba Vanga I cite the person that she said it to, and when it was said. Baba Vanga was extremely careful to whom she would share any of her predictions as she knew very well that a lot of people will abuse with it. There were such people spreading misleading information on behalf of the prophetess even when she was alive. Today unfortunately, when Baba Vanga is no longer present in the physical world, she cannot defend herself from absurd statements, that aim to spread fear among people. This is why Baba Vanga refuses to make a lot of global predictions. When she had done that, she had insisted on people to keep it a secret. There are some things that were meant to be kept hidden".

I hope that I shed some light on your questions whether these predictions that you had found on the web are true or not!

Cheers

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