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A social media user claiming to be a time traveller from the year 3000 has predicted that the US Navy will make contact with aliens in the near future.
TikTok account @timetraveller3000 has thousands of followers and has recently made a range of predictions, including that Elon Musk will reverse Donald Trump's Twitter ban.
In a prediction for November, the self-proclaimed time traveller warned that extra terrestrials would be in touch.
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In a video using footage from a US government tape of an unidentified aerial phenomena, the social media user says "the US Navy will come into contact with UFOs from the ocean".
Among other claims made on the account are that "Kansas will be hit with an F5 tornado killing hundreds of people" in February 2023, and that Donald Trump will announce his bid for the 2024 presidency in January.
Indy100 reported that one sceptic joked: "UFOs from the ocean? So you mean unidentified floating objects? It's usually someone's sh** after a dodgy meal."
Another added: "We don't care who runs, we care who wins."
One social media was less interested in UFOs than the cost of living crisis, adding: “Tell me the numbers for power ball tomorrow night."
Of the dozens of self-declared time travellers on TikTok, there has been no sign yet of a clear and accurate prediction.
However, one fortune teller did claim to have predicted the Queen's death using asparagus.
Jemima Packington, the world's only Asparamancer, says that by throwing the spears in the air she can gain insight into the future from how they land.
The 65-year-old saw the vegetables form the shape of a broken crown just months before the Queen died.
She said: "The spears formed a crown with some broken off which indicated to me that there would be a great Royal sadness.
"When I saw pictures of the Queen welcoming Liz Truss, I noticed how frail she looked and I said to my friend ‘it won’t be long now’.
"I thought back to my readings of the spears and just thought to myself 'oh no'.
"I am a huge fan of the Queen and I was very sad when she died.”
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