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One of Baba Vanga’s 2023 predictions came true at the last minute

One of Baba Vanga’s 2023 predictions came true at the last minute

It's not just The Simpsons which has an eerie habit of predicting the future

It's not just The Simpsons which has an eerie habit of predicting the future and some of the prophecies actually coming true.

You may be quick to dismiss the likes of The Simpsons' creator Matt Groening and Nostradamus or Baba Vanga as being able to forecast what is yet to come, but what happens when one of their predictions comes true?

In particular, it may be wise to start taking Bulgarian mystic Baba Vanga - full name Vangeliya Pandeva Gushterova - more seriously after one of her warnings for 2023 took place almost at the last minute.

Before you scoff that it was just pot luck that one prediction came true for Vanga, the mystic has a reported track record of 85 percent accuracy, so you can swallow whatever you were about to say.

And she's already correctly predicted some of the US' biggest events, from Donald Trump and Barack Obama becoming president to 9/11 - subsequently acquiring quite the fanbase and loyal following.

Vanga, who was blind, also 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 she knew 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, including some sinister ones for 2023.

One of the Baba Vanga's chilling 2023 predictions has just come true.

Conspiracy theorists will be chuffed to know one of these mysterious estimations near-enough came true earlier this month.

The mystic claimed Earth would be hit by a mammoth solar storm this year, which would have devastating consequences.

Time was ticking, but thankfully - well, for Vanga's reputation at least, not so much the rest of us - her forecast managed to sneak itself in earlier this month (1 December).

Vanga warned 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 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.

She warned that a solar storm would erupt and cause havoc across the world.
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While we haven't been thrown back into the Dark Ages just yet, Vanga was right about the solar storm of 2023.

Earlier this month, forecasters warned people a solar storm would erupt on 1 December and that it could cause problems for internet, radio and GPS services as well as sparking a dazzling display in the sky that will make auroras visible.

Space weather physicist Doctor Tamitha Skov said the solar storm - also known as coronal mass ejection (CME) - could interfere with the Earth’s magnetic field - just like Vanga said.

Indeed, a 'strong geomagnetic storm' was observed with 30 days left to spare of 2023, measuring at a grading of G3 - solar storms graded on a scale of one to five.

Thankfully, while Vanga was right about the solar storm, it wasn't as destructive as she forewarned it would be, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) noting at the time the 'general public need not be concerned' because any 'possible impacts' were mitigated by infrastructure operators.

Despite Vanga's prediction not being quite a destructive as she said it'd be, it did technically come true, so we really ought to buckle in.

After all, the mystic warned there's still a change to the Earth's orbit and a bioweapon test to come.

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Topics: World News, Politics