Baba Vanga, who lost her sight aged 12, envisaged natural disasters, a water crisis and an alien invasion by the end of next year, according to a report by the Mirror.
After going blind, the Bulgarian mystic claimed she became aware of a rare gift from God that enabled her to see into the future.
Nicknamed the Nostradamus of the Balkans, her visions are said to be 85% correct and include the Chernobyl tragedy, the death of Princess Diana and the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
Despite a challenging 2021 for the whole world, Baba Vanga’s next forecast is full of further doom and gloom.
Perhaps the most easily believable of her predictions for 2022 is a virtual reality takeover with people spending more time than ever in front of screens.
She also envisaged another pandemic, this time discovered in Siberia, caused by a frozen virus that will be released by climate change.
Meanwhile, many cities will be hit by water shortages with political consequences as countries are forced to find alternatives, the forecast continues.
Baba Vanga, whose real name is Vangelia Gushterova, also predicted famine in India where temperatures will supposedly reach 50 degrees causing locusts to attack crops.
More earthquakes and tsunamis are also on the cards, according to the mystic who told of ‘intense bouts of floods’ in Australia and parts of Asia.
Many people believe Baba Vanga’s predictions continue to come true following her death in 1996.
Later visions include the Earth’s orbit changing in 2023, astronauts travelling to Venus in 2028, Muslims ruling Europe in 2043 and the end of the universe in 5079.
She also predicted that in 2046, people would live for more than 100 years due to organ transplant technology.
From 2100, she believed that the night would disappear and artificial sunlight would illuminate another part of Earth.