'Time traveller' claims he has visited the year 8973 and seen something horrifying
It comes after another man claimed to have shared a photo from the year 6000.
A man has been featured in a bizarre video on YouTube, in which he claims to have visited the year 8973.
Taylor told Apex TV that he has been to the future on ‘multiple occasions’, as well as offering his own explanation of how time travel, multiple dimensions and the Mandela Effect work.
He said: "There are many advanced technologies being kept secret from you.
"There are plans to release these to the public eventually but as of now, they are highly classified.
"They are going to come after me for making this video, I am putting myself at risk for telling you the truth."
He also claimed to have worked for the British government, specifically the British intelligence agency.
"Time travel was first successfully accomplished in 1981," he continued. "There is an infinite number of alternate universes, it's possible every one of these universes exist and it's possible to move between these universes. We developed a machine to not only time travel, but move between these parallel universes."
He finishes up the video by painting a horrifying picture of what life will be like beyond the year 3000.
Discussing his visits to the future, he said: "I looked up and saw flying transportation above me but I could only see the lights penetrating through the thick smog."
It comes after Aaman claiming to be a time traveller from the year 6000 also offered a chilling vision of the future.
He said that human race will apparently soon be led by an artificially intelligent force he refers to as 'they'.
Adding: “They don’t want me telling you this. They’re especially not going to like what I’m about to show you.
“This is a photograph from the year 6,000.
“You may notice that the picture is distorted, that’s due to the time-travel process.
“Some people actually have parts of their bodies distorted because of the process.”
How come these guys never have anything positive to say, aye?