A self-proclaimed cyborg time traveller has claimed that one of the highest-grossing films of all time is closer to reality than we might think.

Orrin, who said he's from the year 2050, became a worldwide star when he appeared on the US chat show Dr Phil in 2020.

And his predictions have resurfaced, as the world plunges into crisis after crisis.

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He told Dr Phil that he had been sent from the future to warn humans of an impending apocalypse.

He was, unsurprisingly, widely ridiculed with Dr Phil himself picking apart each of Orrin’s predictions.

Orrin’s mum sat opposite him in the hope the host could make sense of what her son was saying.

Dr Phil repeatedly pointed out that each of the man’s “predictions” had already been said in the present day by other people.

But that didn't stop him having another interview in an attempt to justify his outrageous beliefs.

In the clip from Apex TV– a channel known to feature interviews with people claiming to be from the future – Orrin claimed that we are all living in a matrix.

“We are being kept down by a corporation,” he said.

“They are lying to us through marketing schemes and propaganda to hate ourselves, to divide us based on gender, race, sexuality, identity and preference.”

He then explained why he refers to himself as “we”.

“We are being divided by our individuality, which is the reason we use the term ‘we’,” Orrin added.

“For we are a collective conscious and it is our collective responsibility to guide Earth from the apocalypse in 2050.”

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Orrin said that the hit trilogy the Matrix is “completely true”, claiming “we are in a simulation”.

Throughout the bizarre interview, the man spoke in a robotic voice so as to – one can only assume – “prove” he is a cyborg.

He then said: “We need revolution, right now the current system such as socio-political status have pout people that look and sound a particular way down.

“We must change the entire institution and framework in order for us to value things such as the greater good, such as the society, such as the environment.”

Orrin has since turned into a rapper, posting music videos on his YouTube page.

He still uses the cyborg voice for his rap music, which mainly focuses on aliens and UFOs.

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