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China will become World's next Superpower overtaking USA in 2018 – Baba Vanga

Baba Vanga, a blind mystic made two world-changing predictions for 2018. One that China will become the next superpower of the world, surpassing USA and two that on Venus “a new form of energy” will be discovered.
Baba Vanga who had previously predicted 9/11, the growth of ISIS, the Boxing Day Tsunami and Brexit as claimed by many.
Bulgarian Baba Vanga died in 1996, at age of 85. She is known among conspiracy theorists for predicting natural disasters and worldwide major events much before they actually happened.

Before her death, she predicted the future events till the 51st century after which she believed that world will end.
Now let’s look at her prediction about China. The economy of China is growing and expanding for years now. In 1970 China made 4.1% of the global economy and in 2015 it rose up to 15.6%. It is growing continuously. China has not surpassed USA’s economy but it might do so. The USA contributed 16.7% to the world economy in 2015 which is expected to decline to 14.9% by 2025.

The second prediction about Venus, well as to yet there are no plans for sensing a space mission to Venus but there is a Parker Solar Probe scheduled to launch in July 2018. It will investigate and find out about the outer corona of the Sun.

Baba Vanga predicted 9/11 by claiming that “two steel birds” would attack the “American brethren.”As per reports, she said, “Horror, horror! The American brethren will fall after being attacked by the steel birds. The wolves will be howling in a bush, and innocent blood will be gushing.”

Though last year she also predicted that said that Barack Obama would be the “last American president” which was untrue.

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