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Government 'Looking For' YouTube 'Time Traveller' Who Predicts Big Things For 2019

Government 'Looking For' YouTube 'Time Traveller' Who Predicts Big Things For 2019

Ever wanted to know what is going to happen in the future? Of course you do, everyone does.

Fortunately for us, one man has actually come from the future to warn the human race about the dangers that lie ahead.

Going by the name of Noah, though his true identity is hidden, the mystery man is a regular on YouTube where he shares his predictions for the future.

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In a recent post he gave his thoughts on what a map of the United States of America will look like in 2030 and how the Philippines could form a mega-country in the years to come.

But these are just tame predictions compared to the really scary stuff he shared earlier this week.

In his recent video Noah claimed the next war will be with North Korea, and that in the future the human race will have their brains plugged directly into computers - exactly like the Matrix films - which he reveals will be the 'first step to immortality'.

He then goes on to talk about how by the year 2028 aliens will have come to Earth after they "crash all over the world and we uncover them and we become peaceful with aliens."

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He adds: "Aliens are something I cannot describe with words, it's more of a thing you have to see for yourself - my best way of saying it is that they have really old skin, they are kind of slender-like and they are humanoid but not at the same time."

Noah revealed that in the future humans will be plugged into computers, just like the Matrix films. Credit: Apex TV
Noah revealed that in the future humans will be plugged into computers, just like the Matrix films. Credit: Apex TV

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Noah also shared some of his predictions for next year, including a giant snowstorm in February, also claiming that in June there will be a new discovery which will allow disabled people to walk again.

But if you think Noah was talking complete and utter shite then think again because he says some of his predictions have already come true, such as the death of Steven Hawking.

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And if that isn't proof then I don't know what is.

But as a wise man once said, 'with great power comes great responsibility' - and according to the time traveller, the government is already trying to shut him up before he reveals too much about the future.

He said: "Me saying this is very dangerous, I am probably setting off a lot of alarms right now in the government. There are people that are looking for me because I am saying what the future is like.

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"If I stop appearing in the future, if I ever disappear all of a sudden, trust me, it's something bad

"I've set off so many alarms that I feel like my time to be caught by the government is pretty soon. They will find me and eventually take me somewhere. I don't know where, but all I can do now it tell you as much about the future."

Of course they will, Noah, of course they will.

Featured Image Credit: Apex TV/Youtube

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Dominic Smithers

Dominic graduated from the University of Leeds with a degree in French and History. Like you, Dom has often questioned how much use a second language has been. Well, after stints working at the Manchester Evening News, the Accrington Observer and the Macclesfield Express, along with never setting foot in France, he realised the answer is surprisingly little. But I guess, c'est la vie. Contact us at [email protected]