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Another day, another self-proclaimed time traveller – and this time they’re suggesting a deadly meteor shower named ‘The Draconids’ will hit Europe later this year. Check it out:
Now, if you’ve been following the TikTok time traveller boom of late, you’ll know to take these predictions with a heavy pinch of salt.
Nonetheless, the anonymous time jumper stands by their claims – their handle even states ‘I am a real Time Traveler’, so you know they’re legit.
In a recent video, the TikToker – who says they’re from the year 2236 – warned about a number of upcoming events to look out for in 2022.
Kicking off with a disclosure, text over the clip reads: “Many people still don't believe me. I am a real time traveller from the year 2236 and I have come to this date and time to warn you about the upcoming events this year.”
First up, they claim humans are going to have their first real alien contact with an outerspace species called ‘Azarx’, who they say will touchdown on the ‘south side of Alaska’ on 7 July.
Still with us? Good.
Next up, a hacker by the name of ‘Stak’ will supposedly ‘delete over 36.7million TikTok accounts due to their strong beliefs against social media’ on 13 August.
To be fair, this one isn’t completely out of the realms of possibility.
Last but definitely not least, they write: "On October 12th, there will be a deadly meteor named 'The Draconids' which will hit Europe causing many casualties."
While the jury’s out on whether any of these will come true, it’s safe to say the online community aren’t convinced.
Commenting on the clip, which has received more than 110,000 views at the time of writing, one person said: “So u came back from 2236 to go on tik tok? Smh.”
Others were quick to point out that a number of the TikToker’s previous predictions are yet to come true, including this person who said: “Bro you said june there will be creatures in the Pacific but nothing happend.”
A second commented: “He takes the videos down with dates that have passed and nothing happened.”
Then there were those who at the very least admired their social media strategy, with one person writing: “When all your predictions are wrong but you still get views. Low key smart.”
Whether you believe in these claims or not (I’m guessing the latter), it’s probably best not to go making your apocalypse plans just yet.
At the very least you’ve got until October if the The Draconids do hit…
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