Some fans are beginning to wonder if YouTube star Marina Joyce is schizophrenic after she posted a cryptic post to Facebook last week. Joyce, who was a victim of a kidnapping conspiracy theory last month, said she wants to be called “Marina, The Goddess of Love.”

“The reason I call myself a ‘God’ is because I believe everyone is a God but particularly my work as a God would be to enlighten and help other people,” she wrote Thursday. “To call myself one now would be for later in the afterlife so when I pass away, I can spiritually contact all the people and appear to those with magic whom I choose to speak to.”

She explained the “particular reason” for this in a stream of consciousness post, which is hard to follow. “I found a couple secrets about the After Life and I know that I can still contact humans during the afterlife,” she wrote in the beginning.

Joyce wants to create a temple where she will be known as “God of the Shrine.” There, she will draw, meditate and help people with their problems so they’re “guaranteed a safe spot in the after.”

Her temple would also include crystal healing, too “and strong connection with energies, how to fix spiritual danger and to create the most Holy Sacred place on earth due to my magical spiritual connection with spirits.”

The British fashionista would like to build the temple in Per.  “I am thinking Machu Picchu but I’m not too sure where to build my temple,” she wrote.

Joyce then solicited help from her followers so she could figure out how much money she would need to build the temple.

Fans were more concerned with her mental health than how she will build her temple. Some accused Joyce of being schizophrenic.

For those who don’t recall, thousands of netizens were scared about Joyce’s wellbeing after she made a video that some thought was encrypted with cries for help. The trend #SaveMarinaJoyce went viral and the police visited her home twice to check on her safety.

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