Prophet Predicted Her Own Death - Here's the Exact Year She Said the Earth Will End

Written by Henrik Rothen

Dec.19 - 2023 1:42 PM CET

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Here's the Exact Year She Said the Earth Will End.

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The legendary prophet Baba Vanga, renowned globally for her eerily accurate predictions about the world's future, has left behind a chilling prophecy about the end of the world.

Despite being blind since early childhood, the 84-year-old Bulgarian mystic had an uncanny ability to foresee numerous historical events.

According to Pensionist, Her predictions were so precise that Soviet Union leaders sought her advice after the numerous world wars in the 20th century. Remarkably, only about 15 percent of her predictions have proven incorrect so far, giving her an accuracy rate of 85 percent.

Predicting Events Posthumously

Even after her death 26 years ago, records made before her passing show the events she predicted would occur in the coming years.

She gained fame for her incredible predictions, foreseeing dire events such as 9/11 and the presidential elections of both Barack Obama and Donald Trump. In 1969, she had a vision about the death of Indira Gandhi, the former Prime Minister of India, before the influential world leader was assassinated in the 1980s.

More hauntingly, Vanga predicted her own death six years before it happened, with her vision informing her of the exact date, August 11, 1996, which turned out to be accurate.

Prophetic Insights for 2023 and Beyond

Vanga left behind predictions for each of the next 3,056 years, including some ominous ones for 2023, one of which shockingly occurred recently.

She claimed that the Earth would be hit by a massive solar storm this year, causing devastating consequences.

On December 1, forecast analysts warned that this extreme space weather could disrupt internet, radio, and GPS services and create a spectacular sight in the sky, making the northern lights visible. Space weather physicist Dr. Tamitha Skov stated that the day's solar storm, also known as a coronal mass ejection (CME), could disrupt Earth's magnetic field, just as Vanga said.

Because her predictions have mostly come true, it's no surprise that people are eager to know when she predicted the world would end. According to Vanga, there's no immediate concern, as she estimated the world would end in the year 5079, where her predictions suddenly stop.

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