(NewsGlobal.com)- A blind psychic named Baba Vanga predicts that in 2023 we will see bioweapon tests being conducted. Vanga previously predicted the 9/11 attacks and 2022 droughts where water shortages will plague cities, according to The Daily Mail.
Before her death in 1996 at age 84, the psychic, also known as the Nostradamus of the Balkans, made five terrifying predictions for every year until 5079. Her predictions reportedly include “disastrous solar storms, bioweapons testing on humans, Earth’s orbit to shift, a nuclear explosion, and an end to natural births in 2023.”
A “big country” will allegedly conduct bioweapon testing that will result in thousands of deaths. The omen resembles the one she correctly made about the Chernobyl disaster in April 1986 and comes at a time when Russian President Vladimir Putin is threatening to use these weapons in its war against Ukraine, despite his recent attempts to discredit those past remarks.
In his bid to maintain control of the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, Putin reportedly slow-rolled permission for the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to inspect the plant, opposing the agency’s calls for the need to establish a safety and security zone.
Contrary to the prediction, the Biological Weapons Convention of the United Nations banned bio-nuclear tests from being carried out.
Vanga also said that the Earth will experience a change in its orbit, although the details of that were not disclosed. The Earth travels 584 million miles around the sun but that can reportedly change over time because of the gravitational pull of other planets. If the orbit were to shift in just a year, however, that would be catastrophic to the planet and life as temperatures, sea and radiation levels would all rise.
Back in August, NASA reportedly warned of increased solar events until 2025, which can cause blackouts and disruptions in GPS signals, power grids, satellite electronics, and radio communication.
“Solar events will continue to increase as we near solar maximum in 2025, and our lives and technology on Earth, as well as satellites and astronauts in space, will be impacted,” rector of NASA’s Heliophysics Division Nicola Fox said.