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Blind Bulgarian clairvoyant predicted invasion of Europe by ISIS. 

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By Ann Tyller | December 9, 2015 12:02 am

Baba Vanga, Bulgarian clairvoyant woman, who died in 1996 at age of 85, predicted rise of global Islamic extremism by claiming there would be a ‘great Muslim war’ in 2016. She also had also made hundreds of predictions in her lifetime, including destruction of World Trade Center on September 10 of 2001, Boxing Day tsunami in 2004, Arab Spring in 2010 and many others.

She was known as ‘Nostradamus of the Balkans’ because of her success rate which was as high as 85 per cent.

In 1996 few weeks before her death Vanga predicted invasion of Europe by Muslim extremists in 2016. 

Baba Vanga, Bulgarian clairvoyant woman

Baba Vanga, Bulgarian clairvoyant woman

She predicted that invasion would start in Syria and would come to conclusion in 2043 with the establishment of Islamic Caliphate with Rome as its center.

Vanga was born in Bulgaria at village of Strumica. She lost her eyesight during storm when she was picked up in a fierce gust of wind and dumped back down on the ground.

Vanga later claimed she had the ability to look into the future and quickly developed a ‘cult’ following.

In later years, she became sort of adviser to  rich and famous with even heads of state and powerful politicians from around the world seeking her opinions.

She also predicted that 44th US President would be African American- but she said that he would be “last President of USA”

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