BLIND mystic Baba Vanga said Donald Trump “will go deaf, have brain trauma and get a mysterious disease” in her 2021 predictions.
The late clairvoyant from Bulgaria, whose real name was Vangelia Gushterova, supposedly predicted the 9/11 terror attacks before her death in 1996 at the age of 85.
Baba Vanga said Donald Trump will contract a mysterious disease[/caption]
She said Trump would be left deaf and with brain trauma in 2021[/caption]
Dubbed the “Nostradamus of the Balkans,” Vanga lost her sight at 12 and claimed God gifted with her the ability to see the future, including the end of the universe in 5079.
She said the 45th President of the United States will be stuck down with a “mysterious disease that will leave him deaf, and cause brain trauma” next year.
Some people are convinced this illness – which would leave him hearing loss, tinnitus and brain trauma – heralded Trump’s Covid-19 battle in early October.
But not everything she has predicted has been right: the president’s illness was at one point meant to happen in 2019.
Vanga said that 2021 would be the year that “at the beginning of the 21st century, humanity will get rid of cancer.”
But next year, she said a “dragon” – some people believe to be China – would “seize humanity” and that “the three giants will unite,” reported The Mirror.
“Some people will have red money,” she said. “I see the numbers 100, 5, and many zeros.”
These giants could be Russia, India, and China and that the “red money” refers to 100 Yuan and the 5000 ruble notes.
Both currencies are red in color.
Vanga also revealed that a Russian person would try to assassinate President Vladimir Putin and that Islamic extremists will attack and “end” the existence of Europe.
“[The extremists] will use an arsenal of chemical weapons against Europeans,” the mystic said. “The world will suffer from a lot of cataclysms and great disasters.
“The consciousness of people will change,” she added. “Difficult times will come. People will be divided by their faith.
“We are witnessing devastating events that will change the fate and destiny of humanity.”
But she also predicted the demise of Putin and Trump in 2020 and 2019, other publications noted.
Vanga believed Asia would be destroyed by “a big wave will cover the shore and people will disappear underwater,” which some believe to be a reference to Thailand‘s 2004 tsunami.
Within the next 200 years, Vanga said, human beings will also make contact with aliens.
She said next year wouldn’t go well for the 45th president [/caption]
“Life in cosmos will be discovered, and suddenly it will be clear how life on Earth first appeared,” she said. “People will get in touch with their spiritual siblings from other worlds”.
Vanga also forecast the end of the Soviet Union, America being hit by “steel birds” in an apparent reference to September 11, the Chernobyl disaster, the tragic death of Princess Diana.
“Horror, horror!” she said. “The American brothers will fall after being attacked by the steel birds. The wolves will be howling in a bush, and innocent blood will be gushing.”
According to baba-vanga.com, research by Professor Georgi Lozanov, formerly of the Bulgarian Institute of Suggestology, suggested her predictions were 85 percent accurate.
But she also heralded good news like the end of petrol production when “trains will “fly” fueled instead by sunlight and that in 2304, we will discover time travel.
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But Vanga was wrong about Europe ending in 2016 – unless, as Cornwall Live noted last December, it was viewed through “an incredibly generous Brexiteer lense.”
Thankfully, the four-year nuclear war she scheduled from 2010 to 2014 also failed to materialize.
In 2012, the Washington Post reported that many of her bizarre theories lived on 23 years after her death “on the Russian web.”