Baba Vanga (October 3, 1911 – August 11, 1996)
Every other week, I read on MSM (and Facebook) that Baba Vanga has made yet another prophecy which may come true in 2023. So, it made me want to ‘see’ what I could discover about her, astrologically.
The only other birth chart I’ve seen for Baba was dated January 31, 1911, with no birth time (set for noon). I have now begun to trust the randomized timing, because more often than not it turns out to be very close to the true birth time. In this case, the position of Neptune may coincide with her ‘blinding’ at about the age of 10. As a result, there are three inconjuncts, but only one of them is (more or less) independent of a correct birth time.
Moon Inconjunct Venus
You need to be loved, even more than most people, particularly by your mother or another woman who takes the place of your mother. This need for love will be the force behind many of your actions. If you don’t find the love you are looking for, you will develop an insecure hunger for love from everyone you meet. However, you may express this in very strange ways, such as a desire for food, especially sweets, which unconsciously represent love to you.
Here’s a more sensational YouTube video for your ‘enjoyment’.
I’m Bulgarian, 63 years old, and I remember Baba Vanga (‘baba’ in Bulgarian means ‘grandmother’) and everything in the story is completely true! Bulgarian State even gave her a licence to do that, which was impossible in the Communist time but she was unique with her skill !Hristo Hristov (comment on this video)
As always, people apply specific interpretations to vague pronouncements in order to ‘prove’ how accurate she was. They did the same for Nostradamus. So, if you see her prophecies being spouted as predicting something in 2023, just remember that ‘truth’ is in the eye of the beholder.
In this way, it’s the vagueness of prophetic visions that make them so intriguing (aside from the whole “impossible magic” aspect). They reveal the obsessions of the era, and the preoccupations of those who interpret them. In this way, Baba Vanga and others like her prove valuable not necessarily because they confer the ability to prepare for major world events, but because of their ability to actually “predict,” in an indirect way, whatever people want to believe.Grunge.com
And there is a long history of the blind being able to ‘see’ better than the rest of us.