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Prophetess Baba predicts what will happen in the next 3000+ years

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posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 01:50 AM
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Originally posted by mastahunta

Originally posted by GreenEyedVixen
reply to post by TerryMcGuire
 


Dear TerryMcGuire,

You misunderstood the point of my thread, but that's quite alright.

I shall reiterate myself.


This, is my point in this thread.


I found myself doing the same thing as Terry, but once I looked at it from your perspective
I really thought about all the possibilities and it is simply amazing what will occur. One thing
I think will happen is that the line between humanity and technology will blur tremendously.
But, I also think we will soon discover that all of these EMFs (electro magnetic fields) are
going to cause a massive amount of cancer, like off the charts. Eventually I think technology
will have to become biologically compatible, probably using chemical reactions to interface
the human mind and whatever processor they come up with. Oh, I also think that SIZE of
an object has everything to do with the expression of time and even gravity. If you look
at bugs you can realize that they are living at a much faster rate, I think they experience
their time in a much different way than we do. Ants running around at such speeds and
ferocity have no equal in the animal kingdom when you compare scale, I think this
is largely due to the their perception and our perception of them being fundamentally
different. It sounds silly but I think the issue of time as it relates to scale will one
day open up new horizons.

Anyhow, all those predictions are really cool to imagine, thanks

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Haha, thank you for fully understanding my point.


But that is a cool way to look at it. Sometimes I think we might just be fleas on one big organism, like microorganisms constantly on us.

We are too large to be visually aware of their existence without tools, and they are far too small to be aware of us as a living thing. We are their world, our hair is like forests to them, hehe. Could the grass outside be this giant organism's funky green hair?

A silly thought, but still a thought. Something to think about.




posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 01:56 AM
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Originally posted by GreenEyedVixen
reply to post by Inquisitive1
 


Hmmm, I interpreted this as it being the end of this world, as we'd left the bounds of this galaxy to attempt to move on to another. Like the human race picking up and moving to a new galaxy, forgetting about this one: End of this world.

But I suppose it can be interpreted as the total end of all life aswell.
Didn't think of it that way myself.


Well you bring up a nice idea on it. I'd be less inclined to call it the "End of the world", though. Can't bring myself to call it such when it doesn't die, we just leave it. Still, at that point in her predictions we humans had already been inhabiting other worlds. Which bring me to the question:

Which world did she foresee the death of?

I've got more questions of course, but I won't be alive for any of the answers.



posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 02:04 AM
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Galactic relocation, maybe? For a more proper term, but who knows if this is what she did truly mean anyways.
Just my interpretation, following her list.

Also, she stated that the Earth would be long destroyed and we'd have to inhabit Mars as the "safe" or "green" zone the sun creates for us to thrive here would have shifted.



posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 02:59 AM
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ok let me just say that baba is not in any way a last name nor is Vanga.Baba means (grandmother/old lady)in most of eastern Europe,particulary in Bulgaria. Vanga is in turn her first name.I think thats important to be clarified if her predictions are going to be discussed right ?


also i want to add that many of her predictions have really cme true..like the first black president etc..ive seen all those predictions posted here and they seem really cool and all,but i honestly think that somebody else fabricated them and that they are mostly untrue and fake.



posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 07:18 AM
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I really don't trust her at all, she has a really bad hit and miss rate. Treat it as fiction until she starts producing factual evidence.

Heck, Remote viewers have had more hits than her. Even Nostradamus has.



posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 07:53 AM
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This seems to me fake!!! Because it says attack in Indonesia will trigger WWIII which I am not able to agree!!!. Because no body cares about Indonesia... how many us of even knows what is going on daily in that region??? Sorry, i do not agree this prophecy... Seems good, but not true!!!



posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 09:20 AM
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Thanks, I think the atheism-culture corruption and then collapse pattern will keep on happening until science is able to catch up with spirituality.



posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 09:47 AM
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If you would have read my entire post you would have had a completely different reply, but as you clearly skimmed through it and assumed my views you have this type of reply, heh.

I wasn't asking if you thought it was real, I was asking about your predictions on the future. It seems that everyone has missed my point because they can't read my entire post. This was a great topic too and most of you have completely missed the point of it.



posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 09:51 AM
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These weren't the questions I asked though. If you wanted to post in this thread, you should have atleast understood the point of it. I asked:

"Just curious to see your opinions on these questions (or any other thoughts you may have):

Even if they are very outlandish, and unimaginable for us right now, do you believe humans can push these bounds? We have accomplished a lot of seemingly impossible things. In time will we really push even more limits?

Do things such as underwater civilizations, occupying Mars, encountering extraterrestrial life, time travel, mutations from being on other planets that force us to use more than 34% of our brain(aka further evolution), artificial suns, new religions popping up, permanently cured disease, immortality, and communications with "God" himself seem surreal to you? Or possible in the extremely distant future?

And if you believe it is a fantasy or surreal, then what do you believe our true limit is?

Really - this thread isn't intended to be about Prophetess Baba and her predictions, I'd like it to be about YOUR predictions. Her predictions just got me to thinking about these questions."

Especially read the bottom for those who believe this was meant to be about her prophecies. I'll say it again, I wanted YOUR predictions on the future -_- It really upsets me that the majority of people are so skeptic on her predictions that they couldn't even read my post in full. Sad, really.

However, I must say THANK YOU to all of those who took the time to read the entire post they were replying to. I truly appreciate it

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posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 10:27 AM
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Originally posted by GreenEyedVixen
reply to post by TheGreatest
 


These weren't the questions I asked though. If you wanted to post in this thread, you should have atleast understood the point of it. I asked:

"Just curious to see your opinions on these questions (or any other thoughts you may have):

Even if they are very outlandish, and unimaginable for us right now, do you believe humans can push these bounds? We have accomplished a lot of seemingly impossible things. In time will we really push even more limits?

Do things such as underwater civilizations, occupying Mars, encountering extraterrestrial life, time travel, mutations from being on other planets that force us to use more than 34% of our brain(aka further evolution), artificial suns, new religions popping up, permanently cured disease, immortality, and communications with "God" himself seem surreal to you? Or possible in the extremely distant future?

And if you believe it is a fantasy or surreal, then what do you believe our true limit is?

Really - this thread isn't intended to be about Prophetess Baba and her predictions, I'd like it to be about YOUR predictions. Her predictions just got me to thinking about these questions."

Especially read the bottom for those who believe this was meant to be about her prophecies. I'll say it again, I wanted YOUR predictions on the future -_- It really upsets me that the majority of people are so skeptic on her predictions that they couldn't even read my post in full. Sad, really.

However, I must say THANK YOU to all of those who took the time to read the entire post they were replying to. I truly appreciate it

edit on 8-3-2012 by GreenEyedVixen because: (no reason given)


You should of started with your question rather than end after being fed spoonfuls of fiction.

But on topic, anything is possible. Who knows, in 100 years we may have a nuclear struggle on our hands with a colony of men living on mars, we may have colonies under the ocean. We need to remember that the level of scientific advancement that is presented to the general populace is old news and "top secret" or "classified" projects are 20 years beyond the general scientific understanding.



posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 11:29 AM
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I shouldn't have had to start it any type of way. Maybe you should read the entire post you're replying to before you jump the gun. Just maybe.

And no one "spoon fed" you predictions, I thought they were thought invoking as they were to some people on here. You never have to read them at all, but obviously they interested you enough to jump down my throat about facts and such. Others replied just fine and had no problem with it because they READ.



posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 12:18 PM
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Too bad no one is going to be around to prove she is lying her ass off. Anyone can make random predictions about the future, but the true mark of a prophet is wether or not those prophecies come true. I'll just keep believing the ancient hebrew prophets, at least their prophecies came true and are still coming true. We don't have 3000 years left, we have about 1007, because the Time of Sorrows has begun with the fulfilliment of Revelation 12 last september 28th by Comet Elenin.



posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 04:28 PM
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I'm not going to read the whole thread, but it's interest to notice the year 3797. Nostradamus has mentioned the exact same year when all life on Earth comes to an end and there are no predictions beyond that.

Also, she said that all Animals and Plants vanish in 2011, which didn't happen.
No further comments on her since my general knowledge is not that good



posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 05:46 PM
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Sigh, I wish I could simply delete these irrelevant posts from those who fail to read the original post they are replying to. It is rather sad imo that people cannot read anymore and have a simple discussion.

So in light of this, I will simply ignore the irrelevant posts and quit reiterating myself again and again for the sake of receiving a relevant post.

Once again, thank you to those who took the time to read the OP they were replying to. I truly appreciate this.



posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 09:59 PM
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I realize I didn't really add what my own theories are, or fully explain my own stand point on the prophetess's predictions (short of poking a bit of fun at them), But I did read your full post.

It's just I am never fully certain how I feel about topics like this. Part of me calls this list of supposed future events a load of crap, as there are far too many variables. Nothing she predicts should be set in stone to put it lightly. I'm actually annoyed by the idea that there is only one possible future, and that future can be known ahead of time without effecting the result. Yet another part of me is curious to know how she even got a few predictions close enough. There are details of the situation I have to take into account. Like the fact that shes speaking of things far, far past her time and ours. Attempting to convey things she has no accurate way to describe, details she wasn't privy to or didn't understand.

Either way, I look on it with indifference. I simply don't have enough pieces, but if I had to lean one way or the other I'd call these predictions inspired by something or someone that's less than honest. I'll continue keeping an open mind, though.



posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 10:12 PM
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Hmmm, I really didn't want to talk about her in this thread myself but I guess I will to reinforce my own opinion of the articles.

I can say that I do just about agree with you 100%.

As inaccurate as they are indeed, I must factor in she is trying to describe things that exist in time periods far beyond her own time, and even far beyond ours. Then again, I wonder "How does a prophet see these events anyway?"
Do they come clear to her?
Or are they vague and blurry visions? So many things to factor in about her and prophets in general.
Also, as inaccurate as some are, you also cannot forget the accurate/close predictions she has made.

100% True? Probably not.
100% Fake? Maybe.
Fabricated by the media and this author over time? Most likely.

Interesting? Definitely.
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posted on Mar, 8 2012 @ 10:17 PM
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Thank you for informing me of this, by the way. I apologise for my ignorance regarding that. I was just going off of those articles



posted on Mar, 9 2012 @ 09:20 AM
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Ok,first of all,her name is not Baba.Her name is Vangja,and Baba means grandma,so it's grandma Vangja.



posted on Mar, 9 2012 @ 11:59 PM
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I apologize if I sounded flip in my reply. I have just seen to many people relying on psychic predictions to guide their personal development. I mean, sure, listen, but just with a grain of salt.

I preferred speculative sci/fi to unfounded psychic predictions to help open my mind to possible futures. Certainly there are way to many sci/fi books that rely on nothing more than a regurgitation of a hackneyed understanding of the human condition. However there has been over the last 70 years or so, a great volume of speculative fiction, put forth by some of our finest scientific and philosophic minds, all under the genre of sci/fi.

I guess though, it always comes down to cleaning the wheat from the chaff, regardless of where one is looking.
Happy trails Vixon.



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