If you are still on the fence about believing some of Baba Vanga's prophecies, you might want to pay more attention to them - as one of her 2023 predictions just came true.
Vanga, who was blind, chillingly foresaw her own death six years before she passed away and her vision even informed her of which date it would occur on.
The 84-year-old claimed that she knew that her time would be up on 11 August, 1996. And lo and behold, she was bang on the money.
But before her death, she did us lot a massive favour and had a good old look into the future, right up until 5079.
Even though we will all be long gone, it's nice to know future generations will be referring to her prophecies for years to come.
Conspiracy theorists will be chuffed to know that one of these mysterious estimations has just come true - and it doesn't look pretty.
The mystic had claimed that Earth would be hit by a mammoth solar storm this year, which would have devastating consequences.
Time was ticking on this 12-month segment, so although it's a close call, her forecast managed to sneak itself in today (1 December).
Vanga warned that the so-called 'solar tsunami' would wreak havoc across the world and force society to rewind back to the Dark Ages after destroying Earth's magnetic field.
This wacky space weather she described refers to several phenomena on the Sun’s surface, including solar flares and vast eruptions of plasma.
If they were to reach Earth, they would cause widespread damage, such as frying power grids, cutting communication services and causing years-long blackouts.
And I don't know about you, but my phone's already been on the blink today.
This might have something to do with the fact that a solar storm is erupting as we speak.
Forecasters warned people that it could cause problems for internet, radio and GPS services - but it could also spark a dazzling display in the sky that will make auroras visible.
Space weather physicist Doctor Tamitha Skov said that today's solar storm - also known as coronal mass ejection (CME) - could interfere with the Earth’s magnetic field - just like Vanga said.
In a post on X, she explained: "Along with two earlier storms already en route means we have a 1, 2, 3-punch. If the magnetic field is oriented correctly, expect #aurora to reach deep into mid-latitudes. Amateur #radio & #GPS reception issues are likely, especially on Earth's nightside. G3+ conditions are possible with this storm series.”
Solar storms are graded on a scale of one to five, with five being the most extreme.
A grading of G3 means the solar storm could be strong enough to cause problems for satellite navigation and radio navigation.
The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has said in an update that the ‘general public need not be concerned’ and that ‘infrastructure operators have been notified to take action to mitigate possible impacts’.
We ought to buckle up too - as according to Vanga, there is still a change to the Earth's orbit and a bioweapon tests to come.Featured Image Credit: Facebook