UFO hunters are in excitement over an alleged prophecy by the Bulgarian prophet Baba Vanga, that the 44th president of the United States would be an African American and that he would be the last president. According to alien and UFO enthusiasts, during a recent forum discussion, Vanga’s prophecy was referring to an alien invasion and takeover that would occur after or before the end of President Barack Obama’s second term in office.
Many enthusiasts who participated in the forum discussion were pessimistic about the future under the present crop of world leaders and wished that wise and benevolent aliens would take over the world.
According to UFO enthusiasts, there is reason to believe that the Bulgarian mystic’s prediction will come true because she had made other predictions that proved accurate.
Vanga, whose birth name was Vangelia Pandeva Dimitrova, is known as the “Nostradamus of the Balkans.” The blind prophet and mystic, who died in 1996, is credited by her fans with scores of prophetic pronouncements that proved accurate.
She allegedly predicted global warming. She also predicted the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami, according to Metro. Her followers claim she predicted “a massive wave” that would “cover people and towns and cause everything to disappear under the water.”
The Washington Post reported that she first made headlines in Russia when her prediction that a Russian nuclear submarine would sink was fulfilled.
A Russian nuclear submarine sank in 2000, killing 118 sailors.
She also reportedly predicted the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster and the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in which thousands of Americans died.
According to her fans, she predicted that the 44th president of the U.S. would be an African American and that he would be the last U.S. president.
During the 2012 general election when Obama ran against the Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, many of Vanga’s fans predicted on social media that Romney would lose the election because Baba Vanga had predicted that Obama would be the last U.S. president.
After Obama won, a Russian social media user reportedly cited Vanga’s prophecy, saying the prophet’s followers had known before election results were announced that Obama would win the election.
“It was clear that Obama would win… he and not Romney is the last president of the USA according to Vanga’s prophecy.”
But critics and skeptics have pointed out that some of Vanga’s prophecies failed.
She reportedly prophesied that World War III would begin in 2010 and that Bulgaria would make it to the 1994 World Cup final. She also reportedly predicted that Earth’s orbit will shift in 2013, but nothing happened.
Apologists have defended Vanga, saying that while some of her prophecies appear to have failed, she has a proven accuracy rate of at least 85 percent. This means that a Vanga prophecy has a high likelihood of being fulfilled.
“I hear a lot of people talking politics and saying Trump or Clinton for president, but what do you want?” UFO blogger Scott Waring asked followers in a post to his blog UFO Sightings Daily on July 26. “Who do you think will do the most for the UFO community and why?”
He went on to make a reference to the alleged Obama prophecy by Baba Vanga.
“A famous woman, Baba Vanga, made many predictions about the future,” he wrote. “The most concerning to me was that the 44th president of the US will be black, and he will be the last US president. Why will Obama be the last US president? Will he dissolve the position as president and give full power over to Congress?”
Waring’s comments were prompted by a video uploaded to YouTube on June 7, 2016 by Earth Mystery News (EMN), titled “The Disclosure Controversy On Jimmy Church Radio.”
The video shows Linda Moulton Howe appearing on Jimmy Church Radio with Jim Marrs and Laura Eisenhower. The group discussed the significance of the upcoming U.S. general election to the UFO community.
Howe said she believed UFO and alien disclosure was imminent. She said a Washington insider told her that 2016 is the disclosure year and that the government would soon make an official statement admitting that “we are not alone in the universe.”
“Linda, it’s on the timeline,” the informant reportedly told Howe. “In 2016, we are going to get out the news that we’re not alone in the universe.”
Waring’s blog followers responded to his call for their opinions.
According to a Fox McCloud, Vanga’s prophecy was referring to an extraterrestrial takeover.
“I believe (and hope) that Baba was referring to an extraterrestrial take over,” McCloud said. “I think, as a race, we need something that significant to really make a change.”
Ken Burrit agreed with McCloud and expressed the conviction that benevolent aliens would manage the world better than the present crop of world leaders.
Another enthusiast, Gregory Ellison, agreed with Burrit, saying that the world’s present troubles were due to poor leadership.
“In the past, the President was supposed to look out for our country, help provide direction for us,” Ellison said. “Hillary claims to want to disclose, but her track record is untrustworthy. Maybe Trump is enough of loose cannon… but he is scary too.”
Forum members agreed that they lacked confidence in the current U.S. president and the presidential candidates.
Steve Ambrosini, an Australian, summed up the pessimism that informed the yearning among UFO enthusiasts for world takeover by benevolent aliens.
“I really don’t know who to believe anymore. I used to look up to America but since you guys keep electing crap presidents your country has spiraled out of control,” Ambrosini said. “I am Australian and as I’m on the outside looking in, it’s scary to think how much trouble is in the world and how much trouble America has caused.”
Ambrosini was skeptical about Hillary Clinton’s promise to “get to the bottom” of the UFO and alien mystery.
“I can’t believe Hillary Clinton would even stand a chance after her email scams and why would she disclose UFO if her husband didn’t?” Ambrosini asked. “I honestly believe Hillary, Obama, Bush, Bill are all sitting around a dinner table laughing their heads off about how much crap they got away with.”
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