Unexplained Mysteries

Mystic Psychic Vanga’s 2018 predictions revealed

The blind Eastern European psychic, who died in 1996, made numerous predictions about major world events. Mystic Vanga Predictions are awaited throughout the world. Born in Bulgaria in 1911, Baba Vanga spent most of her life in the Kozhuh mountains and was renowned the world over for her prophetic predictions about the future. Previously, Baba Vanga has predicted the Kursk nuclear submarine disaster, 9/11, Syria, Brexit, North Korea’s rise and the election win of Donald Trump (yes, really).She famously predicted the 45th President of the United States – Donald Trump – would be faced with a crisis which would “bring the country down”.

While a great deal of skepticism has always surrounded the accuracy of these predictions, many people remain adamant that she had successfully foretold a wide range of major global events. This prediction from 1989, for instance, was later thought to be about the 9/11 terrorist attacks:

“Horror, horror! 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.”

Vanga, who became known as the ‘Nostradamus from the Balkans’, has also been credited with predicting Brexit and the inauguration of President Barack Obama. For the year 2018, her predictions suggest that China will overtake the US as the world’s next super power and that a ‘new form of energy’ will be discovered on the planet Venus.

Intriguingly, a NASA spacecraft that will visit the Sun’s corona is due to launch in 2018 and although it will not land on Venus, it will use the planet as a gravitational slingshot to help it reach its target. Whether it will discover anything interesting while it is there however remains to be seen

Could these predictions actually come true?

The Parker Solar Probe, named after the solar astrophysicist Eugene Parker, is scheduled to launch in July 2018.

The NASA robotic spacecraft is designed to probe the outer corona of the Sun.

While the craft will not actual land on Venus, it will use the planet’s gravitational force to achieve multiple passes of the Sun.

The mission aims to determine the structure and dynamics of the magnetic fields at the sources of solar wind, trace the flow of energy that heats the plasma surrounding the Sun and explore dusty plasma near the star and its influence on solar wind and energetic particle formation.

Birmingham Mail