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Baba Vanga's predictions for 2020 revealed

Posted on Tuesday, 10 December, 2019 | Comment icon 64 comments

Could Baba Vanga really predict the future ? Image Credit:
Before she passed away, the blind seer made numerous predictions about what would happen in the future.
Vanga, who was born in Bulgaria in 1911 and died in 1996 aged 85, spent most of her life in the Kozhuh mountains and was renowned the world over for her prophetic predictions about the future.

While a great deal of skepticism has always surrounded the accuracy of these predictions, many people remain adamant that she had successfully foretold a wide range of major global events.

So what did she predict for 2020 ?

For the remainder of this year and beyond, Vanga hinted at the possibility of a devastating tsunami that she claimed would hit parts of China, Japan and Pakistan.
She also predicted that someone would attempt to assassinate Russian president Vladimir Putin, most likely a member of his own personal security team.

In addition, President of the United States Donald Trump will allegedly suffer from some sort of health issue that will leave him with tinnitus and hearing loss (some have drawn comparisons between this and the mysterious symptoms recently suffered by US diplomats in Cuba.)

There are also references to economic collapse in Europe and a meteorite strike in Russia.

Whether any of these things will actually come to pass however remains to be seen.

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Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #55 Posted by onlookerofmayhem on 19 December, 2019, 1:30
Ah. Galileo's middle finger. Nice. It resides in Florence, Italy. 
Comment icon #56 Posted by Festina Lente on 19 December, 2019, 1:48
Bellarmine was a evil man and yet they canonized him.  He had Giordano Bruno convicted as well, and burnt alive.  This is a sick world.  I think the great ***** is not the church and She Mad.  Betting on she gets her planet  back. Soon.  
Comment icon #57 Posted by Dumbledore the Awesome on 19 December, 2019, 7:36
So who's They? 1970s prog rock band Supertramp were possessed of the gift of foretelling the future, and did so in the most obscure way possible so that They (the Illuminati or the Secret Society that Rule the World and were presumably responsible for perpetrating 9/11) wouldn't get them, and did this more than 20 years before it actually happened? So did Supertramp come out and say, after it did happen, "There! Told you so see! It was clear for anyone who had eyes to see !" It doesn't sound much like it. After a three-year hiatus, Supertramp released in April 2002 a new studio album entitled ... [More]
Comment icon #58 Posted by Rlyeh on 19 December, 2019, 7:51
You posted a manipulated image in order to pretend someone had predicted 9/11.  Come on,  keep up.
Comment icon #59 Posted by Alchopwn on 19 December, 2019, 8:15
How does a single tsunami simultaneously hit China, Japan and Pakistan?  Baba Vanga didn't really "get" geography, did she?  One tsunami hitting China and Japan, perhaps, but then teleporting to hit Pakistan which only has coastline on the Indian ocean?  I have my doubts.
Comment icon #60 Posted by Chaldon on 19 December, 2019, 16:36
What's with the orange juice and the CIA?
Comment icon #61 Posted by Peterk505 on 20 December, 2019, 19:25
If the Supertramp artists predicted 9/11 but couldn't or wouldn't raise the alarm to save lives then the 'prediction' was useless.
Comment icon #62 Posted by XenoFish on 20 December, 2019, 23:50
I suspect godzilla might have something to do with it.
Comment icon #63 Posted by Alchopwn on 21 December, 2019, 7:33
That seems eminently reasonable sir.  Clearly the mighty Godzilla will be on the move this year from the Pacific Ocean to the Indian Ocean.  Good to know, as I may be travelling in the region.
Comment icon #64 Posted by QuickQuickSlow on 22 December, 2019, 20:33
Baba Vanga has nothing on 'Septic Peg'

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