Fitness YouTuber Connor Murphy

Wow Connor just keeps taking it up a notch. This is a bizarre modern experiment with social media fame and exotic psychedelic drugs.
He still has a large following and I'm assuming he is making a little money, doesn't appear to be a criminal so he remains a free man on the loose :squintlol:
 

Caramasão

Sparrow
Orthodox Inquirer
Wow. This guy is spiraling out of control. Posts a video talking to his parents, where his parents explicitly ask him not to post it on YouTube.

Watch the eyes.


I hate to cast negative light on Connor, but instances like these need to be highlighted. Like Roosh mentioned, the hedonist lifestyle burns you out. People think it's all flowers & peonies because they only see the "good times," they don't see what's going on behind the scenes, and the destruction of the soul.

Also, the rising popularity of Ayahuasca is concerning. Psychedelics are no joke and should not be as commonplace as they are today. With weed legalized, we're definitely seeing the "slippery slope" of drugs.
Dude was literally trying to convince his parents that he is God.
 

stugatz

Pelican
I subscribed to him a few weeks ago when everyone on here mentioned his decline - I really admired his fitness videos, and thought maybe he'll turn the ship around and be doubly inspiring.

Was greeted by him kissing that guy this morning when I opened YouTube. Commented on the thumbnail that I was unsubscribing, and to seek help for his own good. Just about every other comment said the exact same thing - dozens and dozens of them.
 

KantPost

Sparrow
If Connor is found hanging from his ceiling from suicide or severely beaten by a group of homosexual prostitutes, I won't have pity.
I have complete pity for him. He was led down a road which we all to one degree or another follow in this age of unbridled degeneracy. He was obviously unprepared for the latter parts of this journey, the fruits of which we can painfully see; without doubt planned from the outset by the devil. No doubt, Connor thought something like this could never happen to him, or he was ignorant of the cause and effect dynamic of sin.
Modern computer technology has a nature which tends towards growing narcissism in people. Look at the Apple Mac logo. It is the bitten apple from the Garden of Eden.
Few parents are aware of the insidious evil which awaits further down the line for their children. Even fewer have the vocabulary to describe to their kids the why. We enter into the teenage years totally defenceless.
It's no surprise that Connor has embraced homo stuff because homo behaviour is the fruit of the narcissistic personality, and as we all know he started as a straight narcissist. It's like porn use leads to all sorts of twists and knots in the sexual self.
I pray that God pulls Connor back from the edge he is clearly peering over before it is too late. There but for the grace of God go we.
 

Godward

Robin
I have complete pity for him. He was led down a road which we all to one degree or another follow in this age of unbridled degeneracy. He was obviously unprepared for the latter parts of this journey, the fruits of which we can painfully see; without doubt planned from the outset by the devil. No doubt, Connor thought something like this could never happen to him, or he was ignorant of the cause and effect dynamic of sin.
Modern computer technology has a nature which tends towards growing narcissism in people. Look at the Apple Mac logo. It is the bitten apple from the Garden of Eden.
Few parents are aware of the insidious evil which awaits further down the line for their children. Even fewer have the vocabulary to describe to their kids the why. We enter into the teenage years totally defenceless.
It's no surprise that Connor has embraced homo stuff because homo behaviour is the fruit of the narcissistic personality, and as we all know he started as a straight narcissist. It's like porn use leads to all sorts of twists and knots in the sexual self.
I pray that God pulls Connor back from the edge he is clearly peering over before it is too late. There but for the grace of God go we.
I never heard about this man until now, and I wish I didn't. But as with most modern people, this lost soul will not repent until he has drank the entire poisoned cup. Half empty won't do for modern people, and this applies to both individuals and societies at large. We should indeed have pity for these lost souls and pray that they repent before it is too late for their salvation.
 

Ryoto

Pigeon
For what it's worth, almost 7 months ago now I had a psychedelic experience using magic mushrooms. I made a tea and the trip lasted about 3 hours.

It has been one of if the not the most important single experience of my life.
At some point I went through light, separated from my "human side" (words I used during the trip) and experienced a sense of connection, oneness and wholeness I simply cannot put into words.

I'll spare you the details of the trip but the changes have been profound.
I came away from it much more compassionate and understanding, dare I even so more religious and spiritual with a particular eye on Christianity.
Now for the record I was born into Catholicism but wouldn't of had any affiliation with it prior to this trip so as you can imagine it's been quite puzzling for me on a personal level to come away from a psychedelic experience now more interested in God.

It must be said however that psychedelics are NO QUICK FIX.
They're something to be taken extremely seriously and approached in a responsible manner.

From what I can gather of this Youtuber, he has abused these substances and is mentally unstable.
For psychedelics to work you must put in the work yourself.
At least this has been the experience of myself.

God Bless.
 

Roosh

Cardinal
Orthodox
It has been one of if the not the most important single experience of my life.
Since using it, has your faith in Jesus Christ increased? Have you joined a church, begun to pray daily, read the Gospels, etc.?

I do see many people claim psychedelics were a great experience, yet their faith hasn't increased, and it actually turned them away from God into a New Age agnostic approach.
 

Roosh

Cardinal
Orthodox
Did Connor do psychedelics only once or multiple times?
Before using, did he show signs of the behavior he's displaying now?
Did he visit mediums, fortune tellers, tarot card readers, etc?

As far as I know, he was heavily prideful and lustful before his break, but there must have been another door he opened of which drugs were one part. I think being a big YouTuber is further enabling him. I don't recommend institutionalization lightly, and don't trust secular psychiatrists, but his outcome could be worse if this continues.
 

Don Quixote

Kingfisher
Orthodox Inquirer
Connor Murphy is a popular fitness YouTube with over 2 million subscribers. He has a business partnership with another fitness YouTuber, Brandon Carter (kingketo), who I know.

In the past week, Connor has been putting up videos on YouTube that suggested his mental state is unstable. The rumor is that he took Ayahuasca and had a bad trip. There is a video of him crying on YouTube. You can search for it if you want to watch it.

There is a danger on diagnosing people via a screen, but he seems to have hit a peak with pleasure and success (he states he was sleeping with 3 girls per day), and the drug may have revealed to him the utter failure of that material route, which has also uncovered pre-existing problems he had with his parents. He is having trouble reconciling the revelation with the life he led. If he did use a drug, it gave him too much too soon.


Here is his YouTube:

Pray for him if you can.
Connor Murphy may be possessed. I watch his stuff occasionally and originally thought it was just trolling, but after watching some recent videos I now believe there is something demonic going on with him.
 

Don Quixote

Kingfisher
Orthodox Inquirer
Did Connor do psychedelics only once or multiple times?
Before using, did he show signs of the behavior he's displaying now?
Did he visit mediums, fortune tellers, tarot card readers, etc?

As far as I know, he was heavily prideful and lustful before his break, but there must have been another door he opened of which drugs were one part. I think being a big YouTuber is further enabling him. I don't recommend institutionalization lightly, and don't trust secular psychiatrists, but his outcome could be worse if this continues.
He was on anabolic steroids and started losing his hair, and many mocked the loss of his hair, and that is what triggered the collapse of his ego. So he went off steroids and went on finasteride, a DHT-blocker which results in serious depression and impotence in many people, and possibly even worse things (can cause post-finasteride syndrome). So the finasteride stopped his hair loss but he continued to lose muscle mass and he became nearly suicidal. So he went to an institution for a week or two and came back "enlightened," and since then we have just seen very odd videos depicting his mental instability. He drinks excrement and bodily fluids now for its supposed nutritional benefits. This I thought was trolling, but now I am convinced he has lost it.
 

Ryoto

Pigeon
Since using it, has your faith in Jesus Christ increased? Have you joined a church, begun to pray daily, read the Gospels, etc.?

I do see many people claim psychedelics were a great experience, yet their faith hasn't increased, and it actually turned them away from God into a New Age agnostic approach.
It's difficult to explain.
I have found myself on occasion now praying to God and Jesus which is something I would have never done before.
I also feel it in my chest, as in actual physical sensation.
I would consider myself a person of God at this current time.

I have met with a Roman Catholic priest 2 times now to talk and received the sacrament of the sick to aid me in my personal healing.
 
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