Man claims he's a 'cyborg from 2050 sent to issue humans urgent warning about apocalypse'

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By James Kay

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A man who claims to be a cyborg from the year 2050 has apparently traveled back in time to warn us about the impending apocalypse.

Being informed that the world is ending is a pretty common occurrence these days, and I've lost track of how many world-ending events we've all lived through.

Does anybody else remember spending 2012 being convinced that the end was nigh because of the Mayan calendar and the movie that was made about it?

Well, it's time to start preparing for the end of the world again... if an alleged cyborg sent back from the year 2050 is to be believed.

Meet Orrin, a man who adamantly believes that our reality is nothing more than a "simulation" and that life as we currently understand it will unravel in the year 2050.

Watch Orrin's interview below:

Orrin made an appearance on Dr. Phil where he claimed that he was "assumed to make revelations of the ultimate divine purpose."

However, the calamity he alludes to is not of the supernatural variety but an "environmental apocalypse" - which actually seems pretty believable.

Orrin delivered his dire message, stating: "We are a collective consciousness, and it is our collective responsibility to steer Earth away from the impending apocalypse in 2050."

When asked how humanity can escape this impending doom, he responded: "We require a revolution. The current system, including socio-political structures, has marginalized those who do not fit specific molds based on appearance and speech. To preserve values such as the greater good, society, the environment, and uplifting communities, we must overhaul the entire institution and framework."

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Orrin claims that the world will fall victim to an environmental apocalypse. Credit: Bulgac/Getty

Predictably, the self-dubbed cyborg faced widespread ridicule following his Dr. Phil appearance. Undeterred, Orrin took to YouTube for an interview with the channel ApexTV, which frequently features individuals claiming to hail from the future, to reiterate his extraordinary claims.

During his appearance on ApexTV, Orrin fielded questions about the existence of a "Matrix", the motives of powerful corporations, and how humanity might liberate itself from this purportedly oppressive construct.

In response, Orrin declared: “We are subjugated by a powerful corporation that employs deceptive marketing schemes and propaganda to foster self-loathing, division based on gender, race, sexuality, identity, and preference.”

Being told that the world is about to end by somebody claiming from the future can be a pretty difficult thing to believe, and people in the comment section made their views known.

One person said: "Whether they are playing a character or actually enduring delusions - I can’t discern. Either way, it’s fascinating behavior."

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If Orrin is correct, we will be wiped out by 2050. Credit: Bulgac/Getty

Another questioned: "His sister stated this behavior started after attending college. Could someone have slipped him a mind altering drug. I know of someone that was given something at a party many years ago and he has never been the same."

While a third wanted to hear Orrin out: "Ok, but what if he is what he says he is. He has found a major platform to spread his message. It’s easy to laugh at him or goof on his message but what if??"

Are you convinced by Orrin? Let us know in the comments section.

Featured image credit: jcrosemann/Getty

Man claims he's a 'cyborg from 2050 sent to issue humans urgent warning about apocalypse'

vt-author-image

By James Kay

Article saved!Article saved!

A man who claims to be a cyborg from the year 2050 has apparently traveled back in time to warn us about the impending apocalypse.

Being informed that the world is ending is a pretty common occurrence these days, and I've lost track of how many world-ending events we've all lived through.

Does anybody else remember spending 2012 being convinced that the end was nigh because of the Mayan calendar and the movie that was made about it?

Well, it's time to start preparing for the end of the world again... if an alleged cyborg sent back from the year 2050 is to be believed.

Meet Orrin, a man who adamantly believes that our reality is nothing more than a "simulation" and that life as we currently understand it will unravel in the year 2050.

Watch Orrin's interview below:

Orrin made an appearance on Dr. Phil where he claimed that he was "assumed to make revelations of the ultimate divine purpose."

However, the calamity he alludes to is not of the supernatural variety but an "environmental apocalypse" - which actually seems pretty believable.

Orrin delivered his dire message, stating: "We are a collective consciousness, and it is our collective responsibility to steer Earth away from the impending apocalypse in 2050."

When asked how humanity can escape this impending doom, he responded: "We require a revolution. The current system, including socio-political structures, has marginalized those who do not fit specific molds based on appearance and speech. To preserve values such as the greater good, society, the environment, and uplifting communities, we must overhaul the entire institution and framework."

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Orrin claims that the world will fall victim to an environmental apocalypse. Credit: Bulgac/Getty

Predictably, the self-dubbed cyborg faced widespread ridicule following his Dr. Phil appearance. Undeterred, Orrin took to YouTube for an interview with the channel ApexTV, which frequently features individuals claiming to hail from the future, to reiterate his extraordinary claims.

During his appearance on ApexTV, Orrin fielded questions about the existence of a "Matrix", the motives of powerful corporations, and how humanity might liberate itself from this purportedly oppressive construct.

In response, Orrin declared: “We are subjugated by a powerful corporation that employs deceptive marketing schemes and propaganda to foster self-loathing, division based on gender, race, sexuality, identity, and preference.”

Being told that the world is about to end by somebody claiming from the future can be a pretty difficult thing to believe, and people in the comment section made their views known.

One person said: "Whether they are playing a character or actually enduring delusions - I can’t discern. Either way, it’s fascinating behavior."

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If Orrin is correct, we will be wiped out by 2050. Credit: Bulgac/Getty

Another questioned: "His sister stated this behavior started after attending college. Could someone have slipped him a mind altering drug. I know of someone that was given something at a party many years ago and he has never been the same."

While a third wanted to hear Orrin out: "Ok, but what if he is what he says he is. He has found a major platform to spread his message. It’s easy to laugh at him or goof on his message but what if??"

Are you convinced by Orrin? Let us know in the comments section.

Featured image credit: jcrosemann/Getty