EARTH is facing an imminent invasion by a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳s, according to a self-proclaimed time traveller.
The prophetic warning was issued on TikTok by the user aesthetictimewarper, who claims they are from the year 2714. The anonymous social media user claimed that the space invaders will land an advance party on Earth tomorrow night, using the Perseid meteor shower as cover for their deadly mission. The a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ vanguard will lay the groundwork for a war that aesthetictimewarper predicted will start in 2025.
In the TikTok post, they wrote: “Yes, I am a real time traveller from the year 2714.
“Something amazing happens on August 11, 2021.
“There will be a very large meteor shower that lasts for two 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.”
Aesthetictimewarper later clarified in a further post that the first Nozic war would commence in 2025.
The Tiktoker has previous form for making wild predictions, claiming Atlantis will be discovered in 2022 and that governments around the world will be taken over by a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳s in 2023.
The Perseid meteor shower is an annual event which normally takes place between July and August in many parts of the Northern Hemisphere.
This year the meteor shower is active between July 16 and August 23.
The peak is expected to fall on the the night of the August 12 and before the dawn on August 13.
Observers in the UK should be able to see some meteors as soon as the sun sets.
The meteors are formed as a result of comets heating up as they approach the sun.
As the comets heat up, pieces break off. If the debris ends up in the Earth’s path around the sun, it can slam into Earth’s atmosphere at speeds of between 7 – 45 miles per second.
The average speed for a Perseid meteor is 36 miles per second. The air in front of the meteor is squashed and heated to thousands of degrees Celsius.
The smaller meteors vaporise and leave behind a bright trail of light. Larger meteors can explode as fireballs.