Recently, a TikToker going by the name Aery Yormany asserted that they are from the future. They believe that extraterrestrials will be arriving on earth, culminating in a war.
The TikTok user who dons the username @aesthetictimewarper posted an ominous clip. It included large waves with a doom-like song called “Acid Rain” by Lorn.
Aery Yormany included overlay text claiming that a significant meteor shower would begin on August 11, 2021. Expanding, they purported:
“It will be seen in the Northern hemisphere, containing the Nordic message.”
The TikTok user claimed that one meteor would be distinct from all the others. This difference is apparently because it is an alien ship, sparking the beginning of what they referred to as the “Nordic War.”
A lot of the commentators found this assertion to be ridiculous and extremely funny. One facetiously asked everyone if they would like them to buy anything from McDonald’s before the war began.
Her assertions of being pregnant and having given birth to 10 babies turned out to be false.
As the predicted date came to pass, many pointed out that nothing had occurred. The post has gone viral, receiving just over 15,000 likes and 2,000 comments.
The TikToker was not finished, posting more similar clips based on their claim that they are a time traveler. Aery Yormany has listed several dates connecting them to more apparent forecasts of outlandish events.
One of these alleged occurrences includes September 14, 2021, on which they predict that a devastating hurricane will hit South Carolina. The TikTok user also believes that humans will gain superpowers before the end of 2021.
Next year, the TikToker claimed, the lost city of Atlantis will be found. On top of that, Aery Yormany maintains that teenagers will discover a portal to another universe via a Tyrannosaurus rex egg.
This TikTok user is not the only one surprising individuals with their fantastical claims. A woman was admitted to a mental health facility against her will when her assertions of being pregnant and having given birth to 10 babies turned out to be false.
Gosiame Sithole from South Africa was detained for 72 hours of which her lawyer said was against her will under the country’s Mental Healthcare Act. This allows the relevant experts to evaluate a person’s mental state.
Out of the many alleged false assertions, the spokesperson of the hospital that she claimed to give birth in contended that they have no record of this. Aliens or no aliens, babies or no babies, one always wonders where and how these ideas bloom.