Baba Vanga, often referred to as the Nostradamus of the Balkans, is renowned for her supposed ability to predict the future. Despite her accurate predictions in the past, skepticism surrounds her prophecies, with claims that some were possibly fabricated by Russian social media trolls in 2012. Nevertheless, believers continue to follow her insights with curiosity.
For the upcoming year, 2024, Baba Vanga made several predictions:
- Terrorist Attacks in Europe:
Baba Vanga foresaw a rise in terrorist attacks, specifically in Europe. She suggested that a “big country” would conduct biological weapons tests, leading to chaos caused by terrorists.
- Putin’s Assassination:
The blind clairvoyant hinted at the assassination of Russian President Vladimir Putin by someone from his own country in 2024. This prediction aligns with recent speculations about Putin’s health.
- Medical Breakthroughs:
In a more hopeful prediction, Vanga anticipated breakthroughs in medical science, including new treatments for incurable diseases like Alzheimer’s and cancer.
- Technological Events:
According to Baba Vanga, 2024 will witness a surge in cyberattacks, posing a national security threat. Additionally, she predicted a significant breakthrough in quantum computing, complementing the advancements in artificial intelligence.
- Natural Disasters and Orbital Changes:
Continuing her trend from previous predictions, Vanga anticipated an orbital change that could lead to natural disasters and increased radiation levels. This could potentially happen more rapidly than expected.
- Economic Crisis:
The mystic foresaw an economic crisis fueled by rising debt, global tensions, and a shift in power from the West to the East.
- Cyber Attacks and National Security Threats:
Vanga warned of hackers targeting critical infrastructure, such as power grids and water treatment plants, posing threats to national security.
- Technological Revolution:
Vanga predicted a major breakthrough in quantum computing, accompanied by a surge in the use of artificial intelligence.
- Medical Discoveries:
On a positive note, she claimed that cures for cancer and Alzheimer’s disease would be discovered in 2024.
While these predictions provide a glimpse into the potential events of 2024, it’s essential to approach them with a degree of skepticism and open-mindedness. The accuracy of such prophecies remains a subject of debate.
On a broader note, Vangeliya Pandeva Gushterova, born on October 3, 1911, in Strumica, North Macedonia, and passed away on August 11, 1996, in Sofia, Bulgaria, lived a life as a blind mystic, clairvoyant, and seer. She spent most of her life in the Rupite area of the Belasica mountains in Bulgaria.