'Reptilian' theme in the mainstream media again - but just because I brought the phenomenon to public attention does not mean I necessarily agree with everything that others say about the subject

Is Taylor Swift the mother of a lizard, a Satan-worshiper, a neo-Nazi Pizzagate truther or a clone?

‘Taylor Swift’s new album has already been the subject of much online fretting after its release date was set for November 10 – the anniversary of the death of Kanye West’s mom.

But even that bizarre claim of hyper-vindictive psychopathy comes up short next to the accusations being made by online conspiracy theorists.

They include claims that Swift’s eerie marketing alternately proves that she is a space-faring snake-mother, a clone of herself, and an insider in Pizzagate – a conspiracy so preposterous that even Alex Jones said it was wrong – Wired reported.

In the lead-up to the announcement of her album, Swift, 27, posted a string of cryptic videos and images.

They included a series of Tweeted videos showing segments of a snake, concluding with the snake’s head. The music video for Swift’s first single, Look What You Made Me Do, also features snake imagery.

That, apparently, is all it takes to kick-start a string of crazy conspiracy theories.’

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The Sinister Meaning of Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do”

‘Taylor Swift’s Look What You Made Me Do is said to be about her poking fun at her foes and herself. However, the symbolism of the video directly refers to the sinister side of the entertainment industry and its obsession with mind control.

Taylor Swift is not new to the game. Back in 2009, in the article The 2009 VMAs: The Occult Mega-Ritual, I explained how Swift was part of a televised ritual. It was Taylor Swift’s “initiation” into the entertainment industry. After she was “humiliated” by Kanye West during an acceptance speech, Swift re-emerged, dressed in red, as a new and consecrated artist. This is when Swift’s work began to be tainted with the codes and symbolism of the occult elite.

Eight years later, at the 2017 VMAs, Taylor Swift premiered her new video Look What You Made Me Do (known as LWYMMD on Twitter). The message of the video couldn’t be clearer: She is now a full fledged industry slave. What does that mean? Read on.’

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