|Blind psychic, Baba Vanga|
The blind psychic who correctly predicted the 9/11 attack in the United states and the rise of Islamic State, Baba Vanga has thrown yet another bombshell.
According to Metro, the woman before she died predicted that Barack Obama would be the ‘last US president’.
The blind psychic, who was known to her followers as the Nostradamus from the Balkans, correctly predicted that America would have its first black president after Bush.
Yet it’s unclear what she meant when she said Obama would be the last. Now, more than ever, we’d like to know exactly what she meant.
The Bulgarian-born Prophet, who died in 1996 aged 85, also said that at the time Obama became president, there would be a spectacular economic crisis.
She said: ‘Everyone will put their hopes in him to end it, but the opposite will happen; he will bring the country down and conflicts between north and south states will escalate.’
But she didn’t elaborate on the ‘peacemaker’ who would ‘sign the lasting peace’.
Over the years, Vanga is alleged to have made hundreds of predictions with an 85% accuracy rate, including the coming of the Arab Spring in the 2010.
More closer to home, it seems she even knew Brexit was coming after she reportedly predicted that Europe will ‘cease to exist’ by the end of next year, leaving the continent ‘almost empty’.
Vanga was born in Strumica, Bulgaria, at the foot of a mountain range. She is believed to have lost her eyesight during a storm when she was picked up by the wind and dumped back down on the ground.
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