‘Time Traveller’ Claims Huge Meteor Will ‘Bring Aliens To Earth’ In Next Few Months

An alleged 'time traveller' from the year 2671 claims that aliens will crash to Earth on a giant meteor in the next few months.
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An alleged ‘time traveller’ from the year 2671 claims that aliens will crash to Earth on a giant meteor in the next few months.

TikTok user @theradianttimetraveler, known as Eno Alaric, posted a video to the platform on October 2, warning people about five huge future events.

They say that between November 2022 and May 2023, humans will find new planets, be hit by a giant meteor transporting aliens and eventually be flooded by a disastrous tsunami.

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The video, which has more than 131,000 likes at the time of writing, says: “ATTENTION! Yes, I am a real-time traveller from the year 2671, remember these five dates to come.

“November 30, 2022: The James Webb telescope finds a planet that is a mirrored version of Earth.”

The video then states that on December 8, 2022, a large meteor will hit Earth containing ‘new types of metals and alien species’.

As though this wasn’t enough, on February 6, 2023, they say a group of four teenagers will discover ancient ruins and a device that opens ‘a wormhole to other galaxies’.

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Next, they said: “March 23, 2023: A team of scientists exploring the Mariana Trench find ancient species.”

On May 15, Alaric suggests a 750ft tsunami will hit the west coast of the USA, with San Francisco bearing the brunt.

In the more than 2,000 comments, viewers were baffled as they either shunned the claims or probed Alaric for further answers.

One person commented: “Only the Simpson’s prediction has come true thus far.”

One user commented: “I’m saving this stuff I’m just on to you.”

Another quipped: “Source: trust me bro.”

A third said: “Yea and on October 6, 2022, I’ll have a girlfriend.”

“Don’t believe in time travel,” a fourth said.

One jokingly asked: “If you’re really what am I gonna have for breakfast tomorrow?”

Another user asked ‘who wins the World Cup?’, while another wanted to know when McDonald’s ice cream machines ‘might work’ consistently.

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Aliens are coming to Earth, according to an alleged ‘time traveller’ from the future. Credit: Alamy

According to NASA, time travel ‘is possible’ but it’s unlikely to be in the way that people see in the movies – casting doubt over the claims made by Eno Alaric.

Their post reads: “More than 100 years ago, a famous scientist named Albert Einstein came up with an idea about how time works. He called it relativity.

“This theory says that time and space are linked together. Einstein also said our universe has a speed limit: nothing can travel faster than the speed of light (186,000 miles per second).

“What does this mean for time travel? Well, according to this theory, the faster you travel, the slower you experience time. Scientists have done some experiments to show that this is true.”

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NASA quotes an experiment that used two clocks set to the exact same time. One clock remained on Earth while the other flew in an aeroplane, going in the same direction Earth rotates.

It adds: “After the aeroplane flew around the world, scientists compared the two clocks. The clock on the fast-moving aeroplane was slightly behind the clock on the ground.

“So, the clock on the aeroplane was travelling slightly slower in time than one second per second.

“Yes, time travel is indeed a real thing. But it’s not quite what you’ve probably seen in the movies. Under certain conditions, it is possible to experience time passing at a different rate than one second per second.”

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