A TikTok user who claims to be a 'time traveller' has claimed that superheroes and villains will be created on Earth after a huge blast of energy from the sun.
The user known as @timevoyaging gained more than 5,400 likes on their video where they warned that 10 people will get superpowers when the sun blasts the planet with 'rare energy' on November 14, 2022.
They claim that the people who are worst hit by the blast will develop a range of powers from increased endurance to telekinesis – but not all of them will use them for good.
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In the video, the TikTok user said: "ATTENTION! Yes, I am a real time traveller, 10 people will soon get super powers. On November 14, 2022, the sun will release a rare energy wave that hits Earth.
"10 people who are hit the worst by it from being in the sun all day receive powers. Some are good powers like endurance and telekinesis, but some are very bad and can ruin your life."
Hundreds of TikTok users flocked to the comments divided over the clip as some demanded more information and others didn't believe it at all.
One user said: "What are the names of the people getting the powers?"
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A second wrote: "I will be out on that day to receive my superpowers I won't use them for good", while a third quipped: "Better get some teleporting powers with these gas prices."
The news comes after the same TikToker claimed that humans are a year away from discovering a parallel world which is "completely opposite" to our own.
The user gained more than 1,150 likes on the post where they claimed that the new planet, called Azawa, is home to another human race.
However, he warns that they are hostile and have been silently causing disasters in our reality since as far back as 9/11, which just adds to the huge list of conspiracy theories that already surround the incident.
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