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Europe will be gone by 2016 - according to Baba Vanga: "Nostradamus of the Balkans"

Post by Kitkat on Sun 22 Nov 2015, 18:05

The prophecies of Bulgarian prophetess Vanga



Who was Vanga?

Prophetess Vanga was born in Strumica, nowadays a Macedonian territory, but back in the days, a part of the Ottoman Empire that was later given to Bulgaria. She was born on January 31, 1911 and lived until August, 1996.

Vanga was a premature baby and suffered from health complications during her early life. When she survived the initial concerns, she was given a name after a stranger suggested Vangelia (Evangelos from Greek).

The turning point of Vanga’s life came when a tornado threw her in the field. She was lost for several days, but when her parents found her, her eyes were covered with dust and sand. She couldn’t open her eyes because of the pain, and no healing gave results.

She started attending school for blind children in 1925 in the city of Zemun, or then the Kingdom of Serbs, Croatians and Slavs.

Her prophecies and ability to “speak with the dead” became popular during World War II, when many people started visiting her and asked whether their relatives are alive.

Vanga died in 1996 from breast cancer, and her home was turned into a museum in 2008.


Popular predictions turned true

Some of the most popular predictions by prophetess Vanga, or Baba Vanga are the death of princess Diana, Stalin’s end, Barrack Obama’s presidency, the 9/11 attack and much more.

She made a shocking prediction in 1980, when she said that “At the turn of the century, in August of 1999 or 2000, Kursk will be covered with water, and the whole world will be weeping over it.” Kursk was a Russian city. In August 2000 a nuclear submarine perished. The marine was named after the city of Kursk, which many believed turned out to be the prediction made by Vanga.

In 1989, Vanga predicted the 9/11 disaster. She said “Horror, horror! The American brethren will fall after being attacked by the steel birds. The wolves will be howling in a bush, and innocent blood will be gushing.”. The world trade center collapsed on September 11, 2001.The steel birds in the prediction are the terrorists who drove the planes into the trade center.

In 1942, she predicted that Bulgaria will become a socialist country. She told King Boris, who visited her, that he will die in August 1943, and that red flag will rise above the palace. The King died on August 28, and in the autumn of 1944 Bulgaria became a communist country.

Vanga’s biggest problem with politics came in 1952, when she predicted that “Josef Stalin will go into the nether world and the Soviet Union will fall apart”. She was thrown in jail for her prediction. Stalin did die and the Soviet Union collapsed, but his death did not save Vanga from political persecution.

Baba Vanga also predicted that the 44th president of the USA will be a black president. She was true as Barrack Obama was elected for 44th president of the US. She also predicted that he will be the last one, as America will freeze down in economics. That can partly be described as true, as the US suffered through one of their worst economic crisis.



21st century predictions

For the years that we will live to see, Vanga predicted the following events.

2016 – According to Vanga, in 2016 Europe will cease to exist. The continent will lose almost all of its population and the developing countries will transform to exploiters.

2023 – The orbit of the Earth will change, albeit the change will not be as significant.

2025 – The population of Europe will reach almost zero

2028 – Mankind will fly to Venus, in hope to find new sources of energy. Five years from then, the level of world oceans and water will duplicate.

2043 – As exploiters will start moving into Europe, the continent will be ruled by the Muslims.

2066 – Muslims will try to invade Rome and will succeed in that. In an effort to free the ancient city and bring back Christianity to it, the US will use a climate weapon for the first time.

2076 – According to Baba Vanga, by 2076, communism will return to Europe and the rest of the world.



  http://www.documentarytube.com/articles/europe-will-be-gone-by-2016--all-the-prophecies-by-bulgarian-prophetess-vanga
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Re: Europe will be gone by 2016 - according to Baba Vanga: "Nostradamus of the Balkans"

Post by Stardust on Sun 22 Nov 2015, 19:12

I wish I hadn't read that.
Unfortunately, the way the world is going, these events are in the realm of probability.
Doesn't give us a lot to look forward to.


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Re: Europe will be gone by 2016 - according to Baba Vanga: "Nostradamus of the Balkans"

Post by Whiskers on Sun 22 Nov 2015, 22:05

Some of those prophecies match up with the prophecies of Nostradamus, and other seers and prophets like Malachy and Edgar Cayce -- and the Hope Indians too.  It is a bit worrying that they all seem to agree that the black president will be the last one, and Malachy's detailed predictions about all the future popes turned out to be true, but he didn't predict any more popes after the one that is now the current one! 
We dont hear that much about Edgar Cayce.  There's a lot about the prophecies of Edgar Cayce in this video.

This really is fascinating stuff.

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Post by Kitkat on Mon 23 Nov 2015, 15:20

@Whiskers wrote:Some of those prophecies match up with the prophecies of Nostradamus, and other seers and prophets like Malachy and Edgar Cayce -- and the Hope Indians too.  It is a bit worrying that they all seem to agree that the black president will be the last one, and Malachy's detailed predictions about all the future popes turned out to be true, but he didn't predict any more popes after the one that is now the current one! 

I think you may be referring to Hopi Indians, Whiskers(?)

The Nostradamus prophecies have many variations in their interpretation and are continuously being analysed (and amended) from a number of different sources.  Because of the coded nature of their composure, they are very much open to misinterpretation, oft times deliberately disinterpreted - to suit the agenda of the prevailing religious or political leaders.

There is a huge question-mark concerning the 'popes prophecies' alleged to have come from Saint Malachy (and which were apparently hidden away for 400 years and then suddenly discovered ...  shrug ).  Significant, perhaps, that there was no mention whatsoever of these popes prophecies in St Malachy's biography, 'The Life of St Malachy', written by St. Bernard of Clairvaux, and yet copious mention of his other predictions and prophecies, the main one being this:
This prophecy, which is distinct from the prophecies attributed to St. Malachy concerning the popes, is to the effect that his beloved native isle would undergo at the hands of England oppression, persecution, and calamities of every kind, during a week of centuries; but that she would preserve her fidelity to God and to His Church amidst all her trials. At the end of seven centuries she would be delivered from her oppressors (or oppressions), who in their turn would be subjected to dreadful chastisements, and Catholic Ireland would be instrumental in bringing back the British nation to that Divine Faith which Protestant England had, during three hundred years, so rudely endeavoured to wrest from her. This prophecy is said to have been copied by the learned Dom Mabillon from an ancient manuscript preserved at Clairvaux, and transmitted by him to the martyred successor of Oliver Plunkett.

and from Wiki:
A "Prophecy of the Popes" is attributed to St. Malachy, which is claimed to predict that there would be only 112 more popes before the Last Judgment. Benedictine Arnold de Wyon discovered and published the so-called "Doomsday Prophecy" in 1590. Most scholars consider the document a 16th-century elaborate hoax.[9] James Weiss, a professor of church history at Boston College, has stated: "It is widely thought ... given who the author was and his relationship, [that the prophecies] were published to establish the case for election of one particular cardinal."[10] Thomas Groome, chair of the Department of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry at Boston College, has a similar notion: "For myself – and even as a native Irishman – the 'Prophecies of St. Malachy' are a grand old fun tale that have about as much reliability as the morning horoscope".[10] Thomas J. Reese, SJ, of Georgetown University, had only this to say: "St. Malachy's prophecy is nonsense."[10]

As with everything, it's hard to know what/whom to believe - especially when there are so many agendas conflicting with each other - particularly where religion is concerned.


This site arrow ( http://newprophecy.weebly.com/ ) is a good reference source for the prophecies of Nostradamus.
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Post by Whiskers on Tue 24 Nov 2015, 01:09

Yes KK, I meant Hopi. But I didnt know all that about the Hopi indians.  I am hooked reading about it all tonight.  Looked up some more links. So interested in reading all this I did not notice the time creeping up! hanged   Got to go and get some sleep, i will return tomorrow to this very interesting subject.

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