And she basically predicted prosthetics and 3D printing, as well as other marvels of modern medicine.

lifebuzz-4e64d00a381bae3dd282004df001de90-limit_2000She believed that in 2046, all bodily organs could be reproduced organically, in ways we’ve never seen before.

And by 2111 (when we’re all dead anyways), the future would really be upon us.

lifebuzz-05205a61b56cb26f1ed6a6b23095826c-limit_2000At that time, she says, humans will be replaced with robots and cyborgs.

Tack on a few underwater civilizations, and Baba Vanga has really set up a crazy world for the future.

lifebuzz-c80e161d7917f38e3264171ffde27e1e-limit_2000She said that by 2130, civilizations will learn how to live under water, with the help of aliens.

But where is Baba Vanga now, when we could really use her?

lifebuzz-a54cf478b656b5ca348bef5ba642b7a4-limit_2000Unfortunately, she passed away in 1996, but before she died she said a 10-year-old blind girl living in France would inherit her gift. Wherever she is, we’re here with open ears when she wants to start talking.