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A self-professed 'time traveller' claiming to be from the year 2714 has revealed numerous 'key dates' for humanity to watch out for this month. You can see his predictions here:
Very helpful of him, isn't it?
Aery Yormany - or @aesthetictimewarper - as he's known on TikTok, has shared various videos telling folks what to look out for in the upcoming months and I mean, if anyone is in the position to do that it's got to be a bloke from 2714, right?
Sharing his latest video, Aery wrote: "Many of you still don't believe I am a real time traveller from the year 2714, so remember these three dates in September.
"9/11: An alien takes 4,000 skilled workers and children to the planet Proxima B, as a result of another hostile species coming here.
"9/14: The largest hurricane in history hits the US East Coast, mainly South Carolina, making it the first Category 6 hurricane.
"9/26: A chimpanzee is able to talk because of a mutation in its vocal cords, it has mysterious things to say."
I'll bet it does.
This isn't the first time Aery has given warnings about upcoming dates - and for anyone getting excited about the prospect of a talking chimp, I have some bad news, because his previous predictions have not turned out to be accurate.
If you can't trust an anonymous TikTok user, who can you trust, eh?
Back in July, the TikToker said NASA would find 'a mirrored Earth, opposite gravity, physics, motion' on the 3 August, but unless I missed an update I don't think that happened.
The time traveller also predicted an alien craft would land on Earth and an intergalactic war would kick off on 11 August.
The TikToker said: "Yes, I am a real time traveller from the year 2714, sometimes amazing happens on August 11, 2021.
"There will be a very large meteor shower that lasts for 2 weeks, it will be seen in the Northern hemisphere, containing the Nozic Message.
"One of the meteors will seem different than all the others, that is because it is a ship landing on Earth, starting preparations for the first Nozic War."
Again, unless I missed it, I don't think alien life has landed on Earth in the past few weeks.
Still, let's see how this next batch of predictions holds up, shall we?
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