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Proof of time travel? 'Futuristic' man ‘from 2028’ issues chilling warning in video clip

November 19, 2017 4:57 AM
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Proof of time travel? 'Futuristic' man ‘from 2028’ issues chilling warning in video clip

A MAN has claimed to have travelled back more than 10 years in time and risked his life to warn humanity about the future in a shocking video online.

In a video broadcast on the YouTube channel Paranormal Elite, Noah –who did not disclose his last name – claims that he risked his life to travel back in time to warn people that the technology exists.

The so-call time traveller said: “I am not attempting to deceive anyone, my sole objective is to prove to you that time travel exists and that I, myself, am a time traveller.

“First of all, time travel became possible in the year 2003, it is only used by top-secret organisations. The ability to time travel will not be released to the public until 2028.”

Noah claims that because of his years of time travel, he is suffering from anorexia and depression.

He said that he has taken drugs to bring back his youthful looks but insists that he is 50 years-of-age.

Noah added: “In 2028, the organisations will admit that time travel is real and then it will be open to the public.

“In 2021, there will be a really popular device, almost like a Google Glass, that will look like a normal pair of glasses, but will have the processing power of today’s desktop computers.

“The problem is that the President of the United States of America after the 2020 election will be Donald Trump.

“I can say this with 100 per cent certainty. I know many of you will not believe me, but what I say is the truth.”

Paranormal Investigations, who research these kinds of phenomenon, have reportedly sent him £530 ($700) to help him adjust to life in 2017.

Noah finished his broadcast by saying: "Thank you for listening to me, I wish you all the best future, goodbye and good luck.”

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Source: express.co.uk

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