A TIKTOK “time traveler” claims he has proof that will Another pandemic – and it will be worse than the Covid crisis.
Ari Yormani believes that a man-made virus will kill hundreds of thousands of people in 40 years’ time.
In his videos with eerie music and a cartoon background of a motorway he throws in strange claims that have yet to happen during the rest of the century.
He says that in 2061, a man-made virus with a mortality rate of 30 percent will take over the planet and be “the worst in history”.
Among his other announcements, he says that a “man-made cloud” will cover the Earth for an entire year.
And from 2029, “everything will be legal for a week” every five years.
He claims that the 21st century will be known as the “Great Reset”, although he does not elaborate on what may change.
In his other bonkers video, he claims to be a time traveler, saying that the Titanic didn’t actually crash.
The mystery theorist maintains that the tragedy was a planned wreck to “hurt people” and that some passengers and the captain fled on another boat called The Olympic.
All alcohol is to be banned in the US in 2029 – according to bizarre claims.
In another video, Aerie invites four of her followers to join her in the future.
He added’: “It won’t ruin your timeline. It will help you see what’s to come in the distant future of humanity.
“Hopefully this time four [humans] Will 100 percent prove that I am a real time traveller.”
He provides followers with animal communication, dimension control, telepathy, telekinesis, “and more” if that wasn’t enough.
It’s unclear who and how the chosen ones will be notified – but check out @aesthetictimewarper for any updates.
This comes as a TikTok “time traveller” shared new videos claiming to prove that he is the last human alive on Earth after a mass extinction.
Javier, who he says has been posting since the year 2027, filmed deserted streets in Spain with cars and buildings but no people.
The same unfortunate superpowered TikToker also talks about his fear of being stuck alone in an abandoned city in the future.