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‘Time traveller from 2671’ claims 'huge meteor will bring alien species to Earth'

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TikTok user who claims to be a "time traveller from the year 2671" has claimed to know when an alien species will crash to Earth on a giant meteor.The creator known as Eno Alric or 'theradianttimetraveler' took to the app claiming to be warning people about five major events that will supposedly change the course of human history.

They claim that between November 2022 and May 2023, humans will discover new planets, be struck by a giant meteor that transports aliens and eventually flooded by a catastrophic tsunami.READ MORE: 'Planet Nine' could be black hole hiding on solar system's edge, scientists believeIn the video, which has gained more than 32,400 likes, they said: "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. "December 8, 2022: A large meteor hits Earth containing new types of metals and alien species."February 6, 2023: A group of 4 teenagers discover ancient ruins and a device that opens a wormhole to other galaxies. "March 23, 2023: A team of scientists exploring the Mariana Trench find ancient species. "May 15, 2023: A 750ft tsunami hits the US west coast, mainly San Francisco."Viewers were divided by the claims made in the clip as over 1,900 TikTok users took to the comments either denying the claims or searching for more answers.

One user commented: "I saving this stuff I'm just on to you."Another quipped: "Source: trust me bro."For the latest breaking news and stories from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here.A third asked: "Who wins the World Cup?""Don’t believe in time travel," a fourth said.

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