An account on TikTok posted a clip predicting that a meteor shower is going to hit Earth bringing aliens along with it in a horrifying prophecy.
This isn't the first time that the account, @aesthetictimewarper known as "a real time-traveller," claimed to be helping humanity.
The wacky account has already made plenty of other predictions about the Earth.
In July, they asked us to note five dates and events towards the end of 2021 and 2022.
The time traveller believes that three teens will open a portal to an alternate universe using a T. Rex dinosaur egg in December.
They also say that the mythical sunken city of Atlantis will be found in the Atlantic Ocean in 2022, housing human-fish life.
The barmy account also said that NASA would find a mirrored Earth in August and that eight humans would receive superpowers from the extreme energy of the Sun in October.
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What was the TikToker's alien invasion theory?
One of the account's predictions that caught a lot of attention was a clip that suggested that “something amazing happens on August 11, 2021.”
They said: "There will be a very large meteor shower that lasts for 2 weeks, it will be seen in the Northern hemisphere, containing the Nozic Message.
"One of the meteors will seem different than all the others, that is because it is a ship landing on Earth, starting preparations for the first Nozic War.”
What were the reactions to the alien attack theory?
Many were quick to voice their opinion on the theory, with one user even calling out the TikToker whose account has over 3.9 million likes and 611,000 followers, writing: "First thing I would do as a time traveller: create a TikTok."
A second user joked that it was “going to happen right when they turn on that 5G,” with another person adding "Nothing he's said has come true. Tell us something legit."
The account has had its fair share of hate, and hit back saying: "Many of you still don't believe I am a real time traveller, so remember these five dates."
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