Rumors circulating in the conspiracy theory blogosphere that President Vladimir Putin of Russia has sent a warning to Donald Trump that the NWO-Illuminati globalist elite are planning to assassinate him following his stunning general election victory have sparked anxiety among Trump supporters, with many recalling the prophecy of the famous blind Bulgarian clairvoyant Baba Vanga that President Barack Obama would be the "last U.S. president."
According to the students of Baba Vanga's prophecies, her warning that Barack Obama would be the "last U.S. president" implies that Donald Trump will not be sworn in as U.S. president on January 20, 2017.
Meanwhile, several conspiracy theory blogs -- the so-called alternative news media -- such as All News Pipeline, Your News Wire, and Infowars, are raising the alarm that Trump is the target of an assassination plot by the NWO globalists.Your News Wire reported earlier in the month that fears about Trump's safety came after Russian Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) specialists in Moscow found that a heavily encrypted laptop device seized by the Lebanese authorities from five detained Saudi Arabian nationals contained details of Trump's travel itinerary and private security arrangements.
More recently, a number of conspiracy theory blogs, including Infowars, reported that Dmitry Kiselyov (Dmitri Kisiliov), a Putin-appointed head of the government-controlled new agency, Rossiya Segodnya, warned that Trump is the target of an assassination plot following his victory in the general election. He advised Trump to wear a bulletproof vest whenever he appears in public.In the light of the warnings coming from the Russians, fans of the Bulgarian clairvoyant Vanga are voicing fears that the chances of fulfillment of her prophecy that Obama will be the "last U.S. president" are very high.
Vanga, known to her fans as the "Nostradamus from the Balkans," died in 1996 at the age of 85 after making hundreds of predictions and achieving, according to her followers, a prediction success rate of more than 85 percent, according to the Daily Mail.
Earlier in 1989, she reportedly predicted the 9/11 terror attacks, saying that our "American brethren" would be attacked by "two steel birds," a reference, according to her fans, to the two hijacked passenger planes that terrorists crashed into the "Twin Towers" of the World Trade Center.
"Horror, horror! The American brethren will fall after being attacked by the steel birds... innocent blood will gush.'"
She also allegedly predicted the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami. According to the prophecy she reportedly uttered in the 1950s, a "huge wave" would "cover a big coast covered with people and towns, and everything will disappear beneath the water."
Her fans claim that she predicted the Arab Spring in 2010 and that it would lead to a "great Muslim war."
The "great Islamic war" is believed to be a reference to the ongoing carnage in the Middle East caused by the Islamic State. Many Vanga believers live in fear of the fulfillment of her prophecy that the Syrian war would spread and end in 2043 with the establishment of the Islamic Caliphate in Rome.However, following Trump's general election victory on November 8, anxious attention has shifted to her prophecies about Obama.
It is claimed that she prophesied correctly that the 44th U.S. president would be black and that he would enter office during an economic crisis, a reference to 2008 Great Recession, Vanga's fans claim.
However, observers note that although Vanga prophesied that the 44th U.S. president would be black and that he would be the "last one," she was not specific about what would cause Obama to be the last U.S. president.
Students of Vanga's prophecy have debated fiercely how her predictions would be fulfilled at the end of Obama's tenure as president.
"Everyone will put their hopes in him [Obama] to end it, but the opposite will happen," she said in her alleged prophecy about Obama.
"He [Obama] will bring the country down and conflicts between north and south states will escalate."
Worried Trump supporters point out that a lot could happen before Trump is sworn in as president on January 20, 2017, to fulfill Vanga's prophecy that Obama will "bring the country down and conflicts between north and south states will escalate."
Although she predicted that the conflict would be resolved by a messianic figure, she did not say enough to help her students identify the messianic figure in advance. She only described him as a "peackemaker" who would "sign the lasting peace."But the most chilling of her predictions was that Europe will be destroyed entirely and "cease to exist" by the end of 2017. Continental Europe, according to Vanga, will become "wasteland almost entirely devoid of any form of life."
Although some interpret this disturbing prophecy to mean that an asteroid would wipe out Europe, others insist that it is a reference to nuclear devastation as the Syrian conflict spreads and becomes a full-blown conflict between Russia and the West.
Others believe it refers to the successful invasion of Europe by ISIS through Libya and that ISIS would establish a Caliphate in Rome, as the Vanga allegedly predicted.Vanga's fans also claim that she predicted more than six decades ago that current melting of polar ice caps due to climate change would cause a dramatic rise in global sea levels. She also predicted the recent surge in global volcanic and seismic activity, saying that "cold regions will become warm... and volcanoes will awaken," according to her fans.
One of her final predictions, according to her followers, was that aliens would come to Earth and that alien technology would help humans to establish underwater cities by 2130.
She also predicted that humans will colonize Mars and fight a war in 3005. Life on Earth will end in 3797 after humans have migrated to new planets.
Vanga, who died in 1996 at the age of 85, was very influential during her life, enjoying the patronage of world leaders. She reportedly lost her eyesight during a storm when she was thrown to the ground by a sudden powerful gust of wind.
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