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I’m a ‘time traveler from 2983’ – important 2023 dates to remember and when we will finally make contact with aliens

A TIKTOK user who claims to be a time traveler has alleged that the human race will not only discover new universes next year but will also make first contact with aliens.

The person is known on TikTok by their account name @2983.time.traveller and has gained a following of more than 1,700 people who watch the videos of their wild warnings and claims - despite offering no proof of being from the future.

1The person is known on TikTok by their account name @2983.time.traveller and has even gained a following of more than 1,700 people who watch the videos of their wild warnings and claims

Only weeks before the end of 2022, the TikToker, who claims to come from the year 2983, recently warned their followers of three key dates they alleged people should be aware of.

In the screen text of the user's video, which has been viewed more than 15,000 times, they said: "Attention. Yes, I am a real-time traveler."

The video went on to tell viewers: "remember these dates for the start of 2023."

The alleged time traveler claimed that humans will "discover three alternate universes which are unbalanced" on January 30 of next year.

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Another date the TikToker warned people to be wary of is February 14.

In the now-viral video they shared on TikTok, the alleged time traveler claimed that four "high school students in Mexico will receive unknown abilities from the sun never seen before" on that date.

The final date they warned about in the video is February 10, on which the alleged time traveler said a UFO will land near Area 51, "bringing a new alien species with it."

They even advised those they've provided with the warning to "stay safe."

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Of course, the questionable TikTok account and worrying post sparked controversy among users of the app.

Someone commented on the video simply asking: "how we can belive you are a time traveler??"

The TikToker's went on to plead for a reply from the alleged time traveler saying: "reply meee."

Another TikTok user commented: "Is this true?"

They added: "I have one question when will the war with Ukraine end?"

The person who claims to be a time traveler replied to their comment and said that the war will end in 2026.

Other TikTokers who commented on the video, which has almost 400 likes, were a lot more skeptical of the person behind the account.

"I saw another time traveler faker that said there was going to be a mirrored planet of earth on November 30th faker," a user commented on the video.

Someone else simply said: "time travel is fake."

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