TWO of blind “mystic” Baba Vanga’s “prophecies” for 2022 have come true – here’s what else she’s predicted.
But it’s her visions for 2022 that have haunted many.
The bling granny, who apparently predicted everything from Princess Diana’s death to 9/11 and Barack Obama’s presidency, said 2022 would be gripped by two devastating natural disasters.
This happened on the east coast of Australia, which was inundated with torrential rain and flooding earlier this year.
She also vaguely predicted that large cities would be hit by a drought and crippling water shortages – though this could be interpreted as happening anywhere, at any time.
Lo and behold, on Friday, a drought was officially declared in the UK.
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs later declared the most affected areas of England – the South West, parts of southern and central, and the East – are to be moved into drought status.
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This includes: Devon and Cornwall, Solent and South Downs, Kent, south London and East Sussex, Herts and north London, East Anglia, Thames, Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire, and the East Midlands.
Yorkshire and the West Midlands are expected to be moved into the drought category later this month.
The Environment Agency (EA) and water companies are expected to implement further plans to manage the impact of low water levels, which may include further hosepipe bans – though they insist supplies are safe.
Meanwhile, families were forced to queue for bottles of water in Surrey after “technical issues” sparked chaos at Thames Water’s Netley Mill Water Treatment Works.
Queues were seen snaking around the Cranleigh Village Way car park first thing as desperate residents waited for bottles.
The UK isn’t the only country facing a catastrophic drought – Italy and Portugal are both in the grips of one and residents are being asked to conserve water supplies.
In fact, Italy is on course to experience its worst drought since the 1950s, according to Lad Bible.
Baba Vanga also predicted another pandemic would take place in Siberia after researchers uncovered a lethal virus.
She also said there would be a famine in India following temperature plunges causing locus swarms.
She also said that aliens would arrive by an asteroid and that virtual reality would take over the world – which doesn’t seem so far-fetched given Meta’s new plans.
Baba Vanga’s real name was Vangelia Gushterova but was better known as the “Nostradamus of the Balkans”.
She lost her sight at 12 and claimed God gifted with her the ability to see the future.
Baba Vanga’s predictions haven’t been all that spot on.
She was wrong about Europe ending in 2016 and thankfully the four-year nuclear war she scheduled from 2010 to 2014 also failed to materialize.
In 2012, the Washington Post reported that many of her bizarre theories lived on 23 years after her death “on the Russian web.”