It is that time of the year when people look forward to a great start to the new year, in the hope that the days ahead will be better and brighter than the days before.
If the last two years are anything to go by, the world surely needs a fresh start and a good year in 2022.
It is also the time when the so-called prophecies of the famous prophets of the past begin.
And if some of the claims on the internet are true, 2022 is not the year the world was hoping for.
Vangelia Pandava Gushterova aka Baba Vanga is one of the most famous sages who is said to have correctly predicted many recent events.
It is said that the Bulgarian mystic who was blind since childhood, made predictions from his inner vision and many came true.
According to Astrofem, Vanga made several predictions for 2022 includes this.
Increase in earthquakes and tsunamis
The famous psychic predicted the 2004 tsunami and revealed that a huge wave would cover the coast and people would perish. The Bulgarian predicted that in 2022, Australia as well as several Asian countries would be hit by severe floods.
Discovery of a deadly virus in Siberia
A team of researchers will discover a deadly virus in Siberia that had been frozen until now. Due to the devastating effects of global warming, said virus will get out and can quickly spiral out of control…
lack of drinking water
This year many cities may come in the grip of shortage of drinking water. Population increases and pollution of rivers will see many of us struggling to hydrate ourselves. In fact, many states will be forced to find other solutions to find new sources.
Alien ship will attack the earth
An asteroid known as ‘Oumuamua will be sent by aliens to search for life on Earth, and even untouched creatures can be taken prisoner when they touch!
Locust attack in India
Baba Vanga predicted apocalyptic scenes in India and told that the temperature there would reach 50 °C. The locusts would then attack crops and agricultural plots, causing severe famines.
Virtual reality will take over
The clairvoyant revealed that this year people will spend more time in front of screens than ever before. Because of our ever-increasing addictions to technology, many people will spiral down and dangerously confuse fantasy with reality.
As scary as it may sound, there is no way to ascertain that the fakir who died in 1996 actually made the above predictions as none of his prophecies were written down. There are also many predictions that she went wrong.
But if we look at Vanga’s predictions for 2022, many of them seem realistic.
Over the years, the number of earthquakes and tsunamis has increased and is unlikely to be isolated in 2022.
A few years ago, scientists revived a giant virus after lying dormant for more than 30,000 years in the Siberian permafrost. And the ice there keeps on melting, only time will tell how many more unknown viruses are hidden there.
The drinking water crisis the world is facing at the moment is well documented and it does not require an expert to say that this prediction is likely to be true.
In the last two years, India had faced a massive locust invasion of unprecedented magnitude. Therefore, one should not be surprised if this prophecy turns out to be true.
In the form of virtual reality, the world is already on the way.
We just need to wait if the alien invasion comes true.