• Bookmark
  • For out-of-this-world news, sign up for the Spaced Out newsletter

    We have more newsletters

    A mysterious social media user, who claims to be a "time traveller from 2671", has claimed the "world is on the brink of destruction" and only the best will be chosen to save it.

    Eno Alaric, who is also known as @theradianttimetraveller, has gained over 26,000 followers for posting warnings about supposed future events.

    The creator has previously made warnings about twin planets with Earth, alien visitors and even portals opening to other dimensions.

    READ MORE: ‘Time traveller’ warns 'hostile aliens will infiltrate the government for war'

    But now, the self-professed time warper has claimed 8,000 people will be chosen to save the planet in just two months' time.

    In the video, which has gained more than 39,000 likes, the TikTok user wrote: "ATTENTION! I am a time traveller from 2671, 8000 people will be chosen to be the saviours of humanity.

    "The world you call home, Earth, is on the brink of destruction, due to a hostile alien species.

    "Another alien, known as "The Champion" will take some people to another habitable planet.

    "The Champion will choose the best people that will keep everyone alive."

    They then revealed that the events are expected to take place on "March 23, 2323."

    But this isn't the first time the self-professed time-warper has mentioned "The Champion" in one of their warnings.

    In a post on December 30, 2022 Eno told their 129,000 followers that the extraterrestrial has arrived to "take back Earth."

    Using dramatic graphics in the video, they warned: "The world will soon end. A very hostile alien species is coming to take back the Earth, we will not win.

    "Another alien, whose world was destroyed by the hostiles, will save some of us."

    However, viewers remain divided over the clip as some took to the comments claiming it was too far-fetched to be true.

    One user said: "Yeah, they're usually somebody every year who says they're a time traveller but when it does not come true, they disappear."

    Another added: "Bro still doing this after a few months."

    For more incredible stories from the Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.

    A third commented: "None of his predictions has ever come true"

    But some users continued to believe it as a fourth argued:"We pray that that doesn't happen, because that's the only one who knows is God."

    "I think they’re here now look around you," a fifth wrote.

    Another quipped: "Pretty sure that’s when my Spotify trial ends."

    READ NEXT:

    • ‘Time traveller’ claims to have pictures of how World War III starts and ends
    • 'Time-traveller’ claims people will be chosen at random to visit the future
    • Time travel row erupts as bloke claims Elon Musk’s Tesla has machine among conspiracies
    • ‘Time traveller’ warns scientists will 'grow a megalodon' when they find DNA this year

    • Alien
    • Time Travel
    • TikTok
    • Spaced Out
    • Conspiracy theories

    Source: Read Full Article