John Titor Predictions: A World War in 2015 Killed Nearly 3 Billion People
John Titor’s story was painted in the dulcet, midnight colors of Coast to Coast AM, driven by a community’s desire to believe, if just for a moment, that time travel was possible.
Over the years, the mythology became mired, polluted by impostors and opportunists. The story of the story took center stage, outshining what we originally found so compelling.
But how has John Titor himself, as we knew him then, fared?
Let’s find out. Let’s look at his most well known predictions, the ones that make your hair stand on end, or cause you to laugh at their outrageousness. In no particular order.
But remember: We shouldn’t call them “predictions.” They’re statements of “fact” from the point of view of a time traveler.
Reflections of an individual’s past that were never guaranteed to become our future.
A DEVASTATING NUCLEAR WAR
A World War in 2015 killed nearly 3 billion people.
We’ll begin with one of the few Titor predictions we’ve yet to reach, simply by virtue of it still being in the future.
John Titor allegedly began his journey in 2036. He’d grown up in Florida, and experienced both a domestic conflict and a worldwide nuclear war. Their effects were disastrous, and much of Titor’s story involves his contempt for the people of our time period; he viewed us as sheep who did nothing to prevent the horrors that followed.
2015 is steadily approaching. Is there a scenario brewing that may lead us down this dark path?
In the context of Titor’s predictions, perhaps not — his other, far-reaching statements, such as those about a coming Civil War in the United States, never happened (“There is a Civil War in the United States that starts in 2005”). But modern tensions today that did not exist in 2000-2001 do give pause.
These tensions involve the growing conflict with Iran about their nuclear weapons program, and threats that Israel may launch their own unilateral attack on the country very soon (Read: Israelis seem resigned to a strike on Iran)
The Middle East, already near the breaking point, has experienced violent protests in Syria and Egypt, and an indefinite occupation of the region by the United States. The situation is already bad, but it’s not difficult to imagine it becoming worse. Far worse.
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