'Time traveller' returns from 2671 to warn of 'disasters' – including one this weekend – The Mirror

“Time traveller” Eno Alaric, who is also known as @radianttimetraveller on TikTok, claims to have returned from the year 2671 and is warning the world of pending disasters including one this weekend
A self-proclaimed “time traveller” claims to have returned from the year 2671 to warn of us of pending disasters including one this weekend.
Eno Alaric, who is also known as @radianttimetraveller on TikTok, has built up a following of more than 826,000 followers as he tells of looming catastrophes that are set to affect the world.
The social media user has previously issued warnings about twin planets colliding with Earth, alien visitors and even the start of World War 3. And this time he is advising of further bizarre and sometimes horrific events that he claims will happen including an earthquake and a “Pandora’s Box” that will take people to another universe.
But before that the time traveller is saying that there will be a devastating tornado, the first ever force six, that will hit Houston in Texas and will be the worst ever to affect humans.
He starts off by stating: “Attention, yes I am a real time traveller, these are major events to come in the rest of 2024.” And then he leads into the events: “Part 1. February 17: The first ever f6 tornado occurs, hitting Houston, Texas. It destroys almost the entire city, making it the worst tornado in history of mankind.
“March 28: An ancient artifact is found, when touched, it sends you to another universe. It’s called ‘Pandora’s Box’, the universes can be very similar, or completely different, like people being dorito shaped. April 2: A 9.8 magnitude earthquake, called Big John, occurs on the San Andreas fault. Soon after this, a 750ft high tsunami hits the California coastline, many large cities are in ruins, including San Francisco.
“May 15: An alien lands on Earth known as ‘The Champion’, he is here to take 10000 people to another habitable planet. He was here once before and has returned to try to save us from The 47, they will be chosen randomly.
His predictions have gone viral with more than 39,000 likes and 2,237 people commenting on them. Many have referred to his warning for the hurricane to hit Houston with one person writing: “I live in Houston and do not approve of this message,” and another said: “I don’t think you have any idea of how big Houston really is.”
There have been plenty of skeptics with one comment: “Please make a video of all your predictions that have come to pass” and a further said “They only share bad things. Why not share some positive.” And another added: “How come no time traveller can ever share the winning lottery numbers?”
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