A mysterious social media user claiming to be a "time traveller from 2671" reckons the trick to immortality exists and that it won't be long before people discover it.
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 humans are just months away from "eternal life" as they say its secrets will be unlocked at the start of 2024.
In the video, which has gained more than 1,300 likes, Eno wrote: "ATTENTION! A lot of you don't believe I am a real time traveller, so here's a brief summary of the near future.
"January 13, 2024: The Immortality Crystal is discovered, giving eternal life to whoever touches it. It comes with a price when it is touched, you lose all emotions over time, and you will see the universe perish to nothing
"April 2, 2024: A 9.8 magnitude earthquake, known as "Big John" occurs on the San Andreas Fault. It causes a 750ft megatsunami, which destroys a large portion of the California Coastline.
"May 22, 2024: A liquid is created, that when touched, the reflection of the person gains a consciousness of its own. The scientist who created this, created a whole lake for this, so they are able to many more tests, called The Great Mirror Lake."
TikTok users were left divided by the claims as some people didn't believe it could be true and others didn't want it even if it was.
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One user said: "Humans are not allowed to achieve/possess immortality!!"
Another added: "Well, so far how many of your predictions came true?"
A third commented: "Immortality crystal!"
"The Simpsons have made more predictions than you," a fourth argued.
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