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In Photos: Kim Jong Un Visits Rocket Launch Site Amid Reports North Korea Is Testing ICBMs Photo by Jung Yeon-je/AFP via Getty Images

War will soon break out between North Korea and the US, warned a time-traveler.

Just a matter of weeks after Russia invaded Ukraine, a "time warper" posted a video on TikTok on March 10, reported Daily Star. In the video, the TikTok user predicted a series of alarming events that will happen throughout 2022. It included new wars, fake celebrity deaths and space discoveries.

The TikToker mentioned the invasion of North Korea and the US. The video didn't go into detail about who will make the first move, according to But the TikTok user explained in the comments section that it will be North Korea's invasion. The video warned people that in March, there will be invasion of North Korea and the US then in April, a new Covid variant will hit the Earth. It will be "known as Omega and it's 5 times worse than any variant.."

This will be followed by National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) finding another planet called "KLET-33," and "they say that it has life on it." The video further said that in June, one of the five "most dangerous hurricanes hits between Georgia and South Carolina." Then in July, one of the "most famous rappers that are known as a legend claims that they faked their death," and then the "strongest earthquake" in history will hit Los Angeles. The earthquake will apparently cause "The Giant Wave."

The TikToker predicted that in August, two divers will discover an underwater city in the Atlantic Ocean, and a space known as the "rainbow fun house will be rebuilt and it would open its doors on November 30." The video said that in September, a meteor called "4 vesta" will pass by Earth and "almost hit the coast of China." In the same month, all schools will shut down due to "another pandemic and the pandemic will be worse than Covid."

October will apparently see aliens coming to Earth and some of them are going to "communicate with us and some of them will attack humans too."

The prediction of a new war comes as North Korea fired suspected artillery pieces into the sea Sunday, according to South Korea’s military. The development came days after North Korea’s latest missile launch ended in failure, reported ABC News. Amid North Korea’s recent burst of weapons testing activity, there is speculation that the country could soon try to launch its developmental longest-range ballistic missile to bolster its arsenal.

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People watch a television screen showing a news broadcast with file footage of a North Korean missile test, at a railway station in Seoul on March 16, 2022, after North Korea fired an "unidentified projectile" but appeared to have immediately failed according to the South's military. Photo by Jung Yeon-je/AFP via Getty Images

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