Baba Vanga

Baba Vanga’s predictions for 2022

Who was Baba Vanga?
Vangeliya Pandeva Gushterova (3 October 1911 – 11 August 1996), commonly known as Baba Vanga was a Bulgarian mystic. She was Blind since early childhood, Gushterova spent most of her life in the Rupite area in the Kozhuh mountains in Bulgaria.
In the late 1970s and 80s she had become widely known in the Warsaw Pact Eastern Europe for her alleged abilities of clairvoyance and precognition. Zheni Kostadinova claimed in 1997 that millions of people believed she possessed paranormal abilities. Although Vanga passed away 26 years ago, many people still believe her predictions have some truth to them.

For the upcoming twelve months, Baba Vanga made six notable predictions:

  1. There will be water shortages
    A shortage of water in many countries will generate political problems as governments struggle to secure access to additional supplies.
  2. Virtual reality takeover
    This prediction, which suggests that people will become hopelessly glued to their computer screens, seems to have been interpreted as more to do with general computer/Internet use than genuine ‘virtual reality’ which is something that Baba Vanga would not have known about. It could also be argued that this has already come to pass, at least to some extent.
  3. Locust swarm in India
    Vanga reportedly predicted that India will be subjected to soaring temperatures and a devastating swarm of locusts at some point over the next twelve months.
  4. Aliens will arrive on Earth
    This one seems by far the most ‘out there’ of all her predictions and it’s something that we’ve heard before numerous times; it seems that this is highly unlikely to come to pass in 2022.
  5. Another virus
    Most would interpret this as a prediction of another Covid-19 variant, however Vanga reportedly mentioned another pandemic, this time discovered in Siberia, that is caused by a frozen virus that will be released by climate change.
  6. More catastrophes
    A general prediction about flooding, earthquakes and tsunamis.

(NOTE: What Next Club doesn’t vouch for the authenticity of the claims made by the mystic and is not in favour of promoting any superstition.)