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A so-called time traveller has given out a handful of ominous predictions online, including when the Queen will die.

The unnamed user posting under the TikTok username @timetraveller_2082 said the monarch's life would end this year, along with a string of other unfortunate events over the next 23 years.

In the viral video, they wrote: "I am a real time traveller. In 2023, Big Ben collapses due to an unexpected earthquake. In 2030 GTA 7 is released.

"Queen Elizabeth went in 2022, October 4. In 2046, Niagara Falls has a huge blockage, and water levels start to rise. Be warned."

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Hilariously, fellow TikTok users turned the attention to their priorities in life, including whether Tottenham would win the trophy. To The mysterious "time traveller" revealed: "In 4 years yes! Then get bankrupt in 2030."

Another joked: "Go find me in the future and lmk how i’m doing".

In a separate clip, they made more brow-raising claims, saying that someone will go to space "with a fox" in 2025.

They continued: "All technology is gonna' be hacked for 24 hours and won't be able to use your mobile phones in 2024."

The random predictions come after a woman accurately predicted 10 major events of 2022, including new albums from Harry Styles and Beyonce, Rihanna falling pregnant and Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra welcoming a baby.

Hannah has 18 more predictions yet to come true in 2022, including Queen Elizabeth dying, Kendall Jenner getting engaged and Hailey Bieber falling pregnant.

She has also predicted a One Direction reunion, Taylor Swift announcing she is engaged or married, Billie Eilish revealing she is bisexual and 6ix9ine dying.

She said: "I still think all of my predictions will come true, but maybe I was off a bit on the timing and some will happen in the next few years rather than this year.

"I predicted The Bachelor would have a fully gay series of only LGBTQ+ contestants, and I think that will happen, but not this year."

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