'Time traveller from 2671' warns aliens could hit Earth in the next few months
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A self-professed 'time traveller from the year 2671' has claimed the next few months are going to be quite disastrous.
And, alongside that, the content creator also warned about four other events that will take place over the next six months.
They started off their recent video with the caption: "ATTENTION! Yes, I am a real time traveller from the year 2671, remember these five dates to come."
The first one is supposed to be on 30 November when the James Webb Telescope will find 'a new planet that is a mirrored version of Earth'.
Second, is the alien invasion, which they claim will happen when a 'large meteor hits earth containing new types of metals and alien species'.
On 6 February 2023, another bad event is on the cards as the so-called time traveller says: "A group of 4 teenagers discover ancient ruins and a device that opens a wormhole to other galaxies."
That will then be followed in March when 'a team of scientists exploring the Mariana Trench, find ancient species'.
And finally, in May, a rather catastrophic event will apparently be happening as a '750ft mega-tsunami hits the US west coast, mainly San Francisco'.
And this isn't the first time Eno Alaric has issued warnings for the future, and it's beginning to become quite difficult to keep up with all their many claims.
Just to name a few, the content creator also claimed that a 3ft spider will be discovered in January 2023, alongside an 18ft bear and 1ft ant.
In their first ever TikTok, they said that they chose to come back to this year because 'dark times' are ahead.
"I hope that I will be able to change what the future has in hold for you all by warning what is to come."
And TikTok users have been reacting to the claims made by the self-professed time traveller - albeit not so seriously.
One commenter said: "If you are a time traveler when I am going to get a girlfriend."
A second jokingly added: "can you predict of when my dad will come back."
Meanwhile, a third person said: "Only the Simpson's prediction has come true thus far."
And a fourth quipped: "Yeah & On the second Tuesday of next week, McDonald’s ice cream machines might work."