A 'time traveller' from the year 2671 warns that people will 'fall from the sky' this summer

By Charlie Herbert

March 3, 2023 at 11:35am


And they won't be falling from planes...

A self-proclaimed time traveller apparently from the year 2671 has warned seven people will "mysteriously fall from the sky" in June.

Eno Alaric - who goes by @radianttimetraveller on TikTok - has made a number of baseless predictions about the future.

In his latest daft video shared with his 84,500 (?!) followers, he said: "June 18, 2023: 7 people mysteriously fall from the sky, but there was nothing flying in that area."

The TikToker then went on to warn his followers about "five dates to come".

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He said: "November 30, 2022: The James Webb telescope discovers a planet that is a mirrored version of Earth. January 1, 2023: A plane flying over the Bermuda triangle goes missing.

"March 3, 2023: A message is received all around the world that seems to have come from the ocean. May 15, 2023: A 750ft mega-tsunami hits the California coast, mainly San Francisco."

The video has somehow racked up more than 1.1 million views, and almost 40,000 likes.

The 'time traveller' was lampooned by his followers for his latest warning to us.

"Why is it always bad news?? I don't get it," one wrote.


"If he came from the future he should be able to tell us how to get rich over the next few months," quipped a second.

"I don't think so," said a third.

Of course, it's not clear how many of these sceptics still decide to waste their time following the 'time traveller' and watching his videos.

Others wondered what they'd do if one of the sky-fallers landed near them.

"If they land at my place I’ll happily make scones and a pot of tea," one said.


"Wahoo, finally some excitement in this world," a second posted.

So there you go, yet another 'time traveller' warning for you to bear in mind.

God bless the internet.

This article originally appeared on JOE UK

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