‘Time traveller’ claims parents will be able to ‘modify children’s appearance’

A mysterious social media user claiming to be a " time traveller from 2671" reckons that parents will be able to genetically modify their kids by the end of 2023.

Eno Alaric, who is also known as @theradianttimetraveller, has gained more than 26,000 followers for posting warnings about supposed future events.

The creator has previously made warnings about twin planets with Earth, alien visitors and even portals opening to other dimensions.

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But now, the self-professed time-warper has claimed parents are just months away from being able to choose the best genes for their children to eradicate genetic conditions and even their appearances.

In the video, which has gained more than 1,300 likes, Eno wrote: "ATTENTION! Yes, I am a real time traveller, these are major events to come in each month of 2023. Part 4: November and December.

"November 22: Genetic engineering is finally made public, allowing you to customize your children.

"This allows you to remove all genetic mutations, and brain disorders, and you can make your child look exactly as you want.

"November 29: The first chimpanzee and human have offspring together.

"The child is born with chimpanzee hair, but can talk and do everything that a human can do.

"December 9: A new planet randomly appears in the solar system, it is in between Earth and Mars.

"It was put there, in the habitable zone, by highly intelligent aliens, to try and save the human race.

"December 25: Elon Musk's SpaceX sends 12 people to the new planet, named "Vesta", as it is the new home for many people.

"There is oxygen and water on Vesta, as well as forests, animals, and full ecosystems."

TikTok viewers were left divided over the warnings in the clip as they took to the comments to debate over whether it could be possible.

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One user said: "I want to go to Vesta."

Another wrote: "Instead of predicting what supposedly gonna happen, please remind us all what you actually predicted that came true. we'll wait…"

A third commented: "I think you might be from a parallel universe. NONE of your proclamations come to pass."

"Source: Trust me bro," a fourth added.

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