I'm a time traveller from 2714 and these are the dates when a human-fish species and alternate universe will be found

A TIK Tok ‘time traveller’ who says they’re from 2714 has predicted when a human fish species and alternative universe will be found.

The out of this world prophecy sees things taking a strange turn on Earth in the coming weeks.


The wacky predictions come from the @aesthetictimewarper account also known as "a real time-traveller”.

The social media user has not revealed their real identity but makes the wild claim they are from the year 2714.

The time traveller believes that three teens will open a portal to an alternate universe using a T. Rex dinosaur egg in December.

And in February the mythical city of Atlantis, housing a new hybrid human-fish species, will be found in the Atlantic Ocean.

It’s not the first bizarre prediction from the time traveller, who has also said little green men from outer space will land during the Perseid meteor shower.

Another time traveller who claims he is in the year 2027 has recently posted a series of videos to prove he is "the last person on Earth" after his followers on TikTok accused him of being a fake.

Javier, who goes by the name @unicosobreviviente [only survivor] has been sharing bizarre clips of deserted streets in Spain, including one of a secret passageway in an abandoned city.

The Tiktoker says he is the only survivor on Earth after a mass extinction but some of his over six million followers are doubting his claims and have branded him fake.

Over the weekend one of his followers challenged him to film a video with a view of Barcelona, from the last floor of the hotel the TikToker is staying.

Javier did so but then was challenged by another follower to film the same clip during the day: "If you make the same video but during the day, I'll believe you for real".


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