Baba Vanga’s 2024 Prophecy ‘Comes True’ Just Days Into The New Year

Baba Vanga's 2024 prediction has 'come true' shortly into the New Year.
Credit: Wikimedia Commons & Alamy

One of Baba Vanga’s 2024 prophecies has ‘come true’ shortly into the New Year.

Vangelia Pandeva Dimitrova, who is better known as Baba Vanga, was famous for her alleged ability to see into the future.

The mystic, who spent the majority of her life in the mountains of Bulgaria, reportedly lost her sight at 12 years old.

However, despite her losing sense of sight, her psychic abilities seemingly grew and she eventually earned the nickname of ‘Nostradamus of the Balkans’.

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Every year, her predictions go viral, as she often correctly predicted major events – including Barack Obama and Donald Trump becoming president and the 9/11 attacks.

It seems now that one of her 2024 predictions has actually come true.

She suggested that we will start to see a change in the orbit this year – which could have a drastic impact on our climate.

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Baba Vanga has made numerous correct predictions in the past. Credit: Wikimedia/Creative Commons

Already this year, we have seen harsh weather conditions impact us.

People of the UK have woken to snow while others have been met with a ‘rare’ weather phenomenon – freezing rain – which hit the northeast of England, as per Daily Express.

As explained by the Met Office, this is when precipitation falls through cold air again before it hits the ground – usually, it falls through warm air which turns it from snow to rain.

Freezing rain can also be a danger to life as the weight of the ice can sometimes be ‘heavy enough to bring down trees and power lines’.

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The ice produced from the freezing rain can also turn roads and pathways ‘into an ice rink’ – as well as being extremely dangerous for aircraft on runways.

This year, we have also been hit by Storm Henk – which brought floods that saw thousands of people evacuated from their homes.

Tragically it also claimed the lives of two people, a man in his 50s and an 87-year-old woman, as per the Mirror.

Elsewhere, Japan has already experienced several quakes this year – with a record 7.6-magnitude earthquake hitting the nation on New Year’s Day, as per Reuters.

It has also been reported that these quakes caused a tsunami last week.

Baba Vanga’s prediction of climate change has seemingly already come true. Credit: Alamy

Last year in the UK, there were record highs in temperature, as per Sky News, and it seems that 2024 could be even hotter.

Keith Jones, national climate change consultant at the National Trust, has warned that such extreme weather conditions are becoming ‘the new norm’.

He explained: “When you consider the extreme temperatures and heatwaves that have devastated parts of Europe and other countries this year, we have been extremely fortunate.

“We were just 1,000 miles away from experiencing a second year of serious drought and record-breaking temperatures which would have had huge consequences for nature, people and food production.

“In the near future we are likely to experience a combination of drought and high temperatures as well as high rainfall and flood – and we need to get ready for this new norm.

“Water is going to be key – not having enough and also not too much.”

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Written by Rosario Monachino

Rosario is a content editor at IGV who specialises in film, TV and entertainment news. He has a degree in English and Film from the University of Salford and a masters in Journalism from Liverpool John Moores University.