Eras of Swift

RENEWED 10/23/23: 6:06 PM
Our world is going to HELL in a handbasket. Sadly it seems that the majority of the people in it are willingly and happily participating in bringing it down.  Choices, this life is all about choices.  We are living in the days of the GREAT DECEPTION.  The Devil is a liar and the father of it.  He has blinded those who have not come under the blood of Yahushua.  Many people will perish because of lack of knowledge, understanding and discernment.  There is nothing we can do to save someone who has made the choice to join the dark side.

Those who are under the influence of Satan and his minions cannot, I repeat, CANNOT discern TRUTH.  They are BLIND to TRUTH.  They have embraced the LIE.  So it is no wonder that they see us as obstacles. Rhey feel that they are the enlightened/illumined ones.

To those who are under Satan’s influence this current chaos is one big party and those who believe in the bible or the Constitution are party poopers.

They say that “Christians” are wrongfully accusing Taylor Swift of promoting Witchcraft through her actions at her concert.  Today we will look at the evidence and you can make a determination.



The image of her standing on the Black Cube of Saturn caught my attention.  Note the plumes waving around her.  I don’t know for sure what they are meant to represent but if they represent Ostrich Feathers, those are symbolic of Royalty and Wealth.  You should know what the Black Cube represents.  The video and apparently the show in Vegas begins with a CROSSHAIRS symbol (sign of Mammon) which turns into a clock face set at Midnight. (time is up).  As she is singing lots of stuff is flashing behind her on the big screen. It is hard, from the video, to determine what exactly we are seeing, but there appear to be doorways, arches, stairs, someone climbing a ladder (possibly Taylor) and something that resembles a stable. Then on stage behind her we see two RED  Archways/ Gateways/ Portals.  Of course Red is the color of Blood/Sacrifice/War.   Early in the set the stage behind her is in black and white and showing what appears to be explosions sending puffs of smoke into the air.  Later when the arches appear there are explosions that are more colorful, like fire.  




Did you catch the Pirate Ship? It is at MINUTE 3:48 of the video.  Well, obviously, this must be the home stadium for the Tampa Bay Pirates Baseball | Sports team.   But, don’t kid yourselves.  Nothing is coincidence.  They chose their venues very deliberately.  This goes with the MARITIME Agenda of the Elite.  If you follow my posts, you are surely familiar with that.  PIRATES are a huge part of their plan as we are seeing played out all over the world.

The golden age of pirates in Florida

For centuries, pirates were a genuine threat in Florida! These crews made their living by plundering small settlements and raiding cargo ships in the Caribbean and the Gulf and Atlantic coasts of Florida. Life as a pirate, or buccaneer, was hard. They lived fast and died young, with many of them only going on one or two raids before retiring.

The Golden Age of Piracy was from 1650 to 1726. Some of these crews were total outlaws. Men who tried to make an honest living through treasurer diving or some other odd job, but eventually turned to piracy. Some were an extension of colonial authority, patrolling the seas on behalf of greater powers like England or Spain.

Related: Other Hidden Histories in Tampa Bay

Real pirates like Diego “El Mulato” Martin and Robert Seales did plunder the Gulf Coast. Attacking cargo ships and trying to turn a profit in nearby settlements in the Tampa Bay area.


Yes, we understand that the clock displayed the time until the show started.  But, it was much more than that.  More really than I have “time” to go into here.  But, I would throw out a few thoughts to help you develop your own idea of what is meant here.

And, after all, the concert is all about TAYLOR taking her fans back through time to revisit here old hits and refresh and renew them.

First we see the current TIME displayed as a Watch with ROMAN Numerals set on a NETWORK/INTERNEW/WEB background.

As SHOWTIME draws nearer, we see a mist coming up from beneath the clock.  TO OBSCURE TIME.

the mists of time  – idiom

used to show that something happened a very long time ago and is difficult to remember clearly:

The precise details of what happened have been lost in the mists of time.


EXAMPLE OF: the mists of time, From the Hansard archive

Common rights go back far into the mists of time and are in many cases very complicated.

The information has disappeared in to the mists of time.
So far as the owners are concerned a great many rights of way have their origins lost in the mists of time.
It is sufficient for me to say that the origins of the system are lost in the mists of time.
It is disappearing into the mists of time
The answer is lost in the mists of time.

The planners insist that successive generations maintain a range of adornments, the purpose of which is lost in the mists of time.

It is not unfair to say that its initiation is shrouded in the mists of time long past.
That is a fact that is often lost in the mists of time.
Don’t you find it terribly interesting that her FANS have been saying that after the concert, they appeared to have amnesia.  Many of them could not even remember their favorite parts of the concert.  

Next we see TIME being split into two and/or FRACTURED, or TWINNED.  As in Multiple Realities at the same time.

Lastly, just before the arrival of Ms. Swift,  we see TIME become a PORTAL for her and her audience to move through. 



name of the ship in which Jason and his 54 heroic companions sought the Fleece in Colchis on the Euxine Sea, in Greek, literally “The Swift,” from argos “swift” (adj.), an epithet, literally “shining, bright” (from PIE root *arg- “to shine; white”), “because all swift motion causes a kind of glancing or flickering light” [Liddell & Scott]. Related: Argean.

Swift Name Meaning

English (Lancashire and Yorkshire): nickname for a rapid runner from Middle English swift ‘swift fleet’ (Old English swift) or else from the Middle English personal name Swift (Old English Swift). Irish: when not the English name an Anglicization (part translation) of Gaelic Ó Fuada which is based on fuad ‘haste’ (see Foody ). Americanized form of some similar (like-sounding) Jewish name.

swift (n.)

type of bird (several species of the family Cypselidæ, resembling swallows), 1660s, from swift (adj.) in reference to its swift flight. Regarded as a bird of ill-omen, if not downright demonic, probably for its shrill cry. The name earlier had been given to several small fast lizards (1520s).



Eras is derived from Old Greek origins. Eras is a variant transcription of the name Erasmus (English and German). See also the related category greek.

ERASMUS – the Christian Saint (Christian mythology) – Godchecker
Also known as ElmoErasmus Of Formia Syrian Bishop and Martyr He is responsible for St Elmo’s fire — the strange luminous phenomenon observed round the masts of ships. Elmo is just a nickname conjured up for our Saint by sailors because he is their Patron, and they couldn’t come to terms with Eraswhatsit. St. Erasmus Facts and Figures

plural of era  – as in ages

an extent of time associated with a particular person or thing the introduction of the mass production of cars on an assembly line ushered in the era of the automobile


Taylor Swift - Variety500 - Top 500 Entertainment Business Leaders ...Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour Is a 3-Hour Career-Spanning Victory Lap  / Rolling Stone

HOW DO WE measure the impact of a musician in 2023? Streams can be bought. Awards can be finessed. Is it when demand for show tickets leads to a congressional hearing about Ticketmaster’s policies? Or when flight attendants shout out a fanbase making a pilgrimage to see a tour opener? Or when TikToks of merch inspirations and setlist predictions rack up millions of views? Nearly a decade ago, a headline ran declaring ‘Taylor Swift Is The Music Industry’ and those with even the slightest pulse on pop culture can tell she’s only grown more omnipresent since. It all led to a warm evening in Glendale, Arizona where months after delivering her most commercially-successful album to date, Midnights, Swift debuted a discography-spanning setlist that lasted over three hours and kicked off an aptly-named stadium run. The Eras Tour has arrived.
“So tonight, we’re going to be going through an adventure, one era at a time,” Swift said. “We’re going to be exploring the last seventeen years of music that I’ve been lucky enough to make and you’ve been kind enough to care about.”


Taylor Swift Accused Of Promoting Witchcraft And Satanic Rituals On Eras Tour

Taylor Swift gets accused of promoting witchcraft and satanic rituals on her Eras tour
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Taylor Swift has been accused of promoting witchcraft and satanic rituals on her Eras tour.

Swift, 33, is one of the world’s leading singer-songwriters, with many of her songs topping the charts and becoming instant hits.

The ‘Anti-Hero’ artist is also known for her highly publicised personal life, including her relationships with other celebrities, which has been a subject of fascination for many of her fans and the media.

In recent years, Swift has also become more politically active and vocal on issues such as LGBTQ+ rights and women’s empowerment.

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Now, though, she has come under fire from Conservative Christians who are unhappy with some of the things that have happened on stage during her most recent gigs.

Conservative Christians are a group of religious individuals who follow a traditional interpretation of the Bible and Christian teachings.

They tend to hold conservative social and political beliefs and often prioritise family values, pro-life stances, and traditional gender roles.

Conservative Christians may also advocate for religious freedom and traditional marriage.

And the group is now accusing the ‘Love Story’ singer of trying to promote witchcraft and satanic rituals through her actions on stage.

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In fact, one member of the group has taken to Twitter to slam Swift.

They’ve said: “Never liked Taylor Swift, but now I definitely have a reason to. [I] just saw a video of her witchcraft/ritual performance on someone’s Insta story.

“Nope! Get that evil out of here.”

They also added: “Believers should not listen to this.”

Another perhaps even more unusual rant is also doing the rounds online.

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift has been accused of promoting witchcraft and satanic rituals on her Eras tour. Credit: Alamy

In a viral clip on TikTok, one Christian woman may have read into Swift’s stage performance a little too much.

She claims: “This is Taylor Swift’s song ‘Willow’, where she is a witch during rituals.

“The first video you saw was taken by a fan the other night at the concert and he says, ‘Yes, summon the demons b****!’ The worst part is that [Swift] commented twice [on the video].

“[Swift] said: ‘This is the new ‘one, two, three, let’s go b****’.

“So what she’s saying is ‘summon the demons’ is the new crowd chant that they all say when she does this witchcraft ritual.”

The woman adds: “Then she commented laughing emojis.”

@igorxtt my live is where it’s at 🤭 #TSTheErasTour #ArlingtonTSTheErasTour ♬ willow – Taylor Swift

The rather angry woman then goes on about how people ‘keep saying stop shoving Christianity down our throats’ when huge musicians and artists are ‘shoving witchcraft and rituals, crystals, astrology and all that down our throats’.

Here is the video: This young lady does not sound like a “rather angry woman” to me… what do you think?
Controversy Surrounds Taylor Swift’s Eras World Tour with Accusations of Satanic and Witchcraft


Admittedly, however, Swift has previously said that her song ‘Willow’ ‘sounds like casting a spell to make someone fall in love with you’.

Since then, she’s put out several witch remixes of ‘Willow’.

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In her song ‘Mad Woman’, Swift sings: “Women like hunting witches too. Doing your dirtiest work for you.”

She also references witch hunts in her 2017 album ‘Reputation’.

They’re burning all the witches, even if you aren’t one,” she sings in the song ‘I Did Something Bad’.

However, the Conservative Christians who are slamming Swift must have missed that the word ‘witch’ now has an entirely new meaning.

According to Psychsex, it’s now used as a symbol of feminism, while also being used for strong, unapologetic women.


Taylor Swift gets accused of promoting witchcraft and satanic rituals on her Eras tour

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Conservative Christians are accusing Taylor Swift of promoting Satanism and witchcraft on her Eras world tour.

Yep, you read that correctly. We’re not making this up.

The bizarre movement has cherry-picked a bit of theatrical stagecraft from Swift’s Eras tour and are ranting about it on social media.

They seem to think the 33-year-old pop star is actually trying to promote naughty stuff through her actions on stage

One person took to Twitter to slam Swift and her witchy ways.

They wrote: “Never liked Taylor Swift, but now I definitely have a reason to. [I] just saw a video of her witchcraft/ritual performance on someone’s Insta story. Nope! Get that evil out of here,” before adding: “Believers should not listen to this.”


But before it gets better, it gets worse. There was one more bizarre rant that is doing the rounds.

In a now-viral clip on TikTok, one Christian woman takes Swift’s stage performance a little too seriously.

“This is Taylor Swift’s song ‘Willow’ where she is a witch during rituals,” the woman said.

“The first video you saw was taken by a fan the other night at the concert and he says, ‘yes, summon the demons b***h!’ The worst part is that [Swift] commented twice [on the video]. [Swift] said: ‘This is the new ‘one, two, three, let’s go b***h’,” the woman explained.

“So what she’s saying is ‘summon the demons’ is the new crowd chant that they all say when she does his witchcraft ritual.

The person added: “Then she commented laughing emojis.”

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The rant continues with a bit on how people ‘keep saying stop shoving in Christianity down our throats’ when huge artists are ‘shoving witchcraft and rituals, crystals, astrology and all that down our throats’.

She then went way off the deep end, giving her explanation as to why people seem to hate Christianity so much.

“It’s because the demons get angry every time you mention God. Every time you mention Jesus they start foaming at the mouth. They start screaming and they start manifesting demons,” she said.

The woman then added: The demons don’t want to hear about Jesus. That’s the only name they’re afraid of. That’s the only name they have to answer to.That’s the only name that sends them to hell.”

Credit: Twitter
Credit: Twitter

Goodness gracious, talk about taking it too far.

Admittedly, however, Swift has previously said her song ‘Willow’ ‘sounds like casting a spell to make someone fall in love with you’.

She then riffed off that notion, putting out several several witch remixes of ‘Willow’.

Also, in her song ‘Mad Woman’ from 2020’s Folklore, Swift sings: “Women like hunting witches too. Doing your dirtiest work for you.”

She also referenced witch hunts on her 2017 album Reputation.

“They’re burning all the witches, even if you aren’t one,” she sings in the song ‘I Did Something Bad’.

What these Conservative Christians seem to have missed is the more modern meaning of ‘witch’.

Credit: Twitter
Credit: Twitter

The word is now used as a symbol of feminism and for strong and unapologetic women, as per Psychsex.

It has also become synonymous with the Cottagecore aesthetic, which you’ll find all over Etsy and Pinterest.

It’s also the ‘era’ from which Swift’s twin 2020 albums Evermore and Folklore draws inspiration from.

So, yeah, perhaps someone needs to show these religious folk another one of her songs, entitled ‘You Need To Calm Down’.

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TAYLOR’s STAGE FOR THIS NUMBER APPEARS TO BE A FOREST OF PINE TREES.  As her backup dancers emerge looking like hooded cultists or witches, in their black flowing robes.

At least  some of the trees on set look like giant pine cones.

Pine Tree Symbolism and Meaning Explained [With Magical Uses]

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Written by: Tina Caro

Pine is the common name of a genus of evergreen trees and shrubs in the family Pinaceae, to which about 120 species belong. Let’s learn more about its symbolism, spiritual meaning, and uses.

They, in general, are mostly plants that colonize new environments thanks to their light and winged pollen, which is easily carried by the wind.

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Pine Tree Symbolism

Being an evergreen tree, it symbolizes immortality and eternity. In addition to this important meaning, common to all conifers, this tree also symbolizes marital happiness and fertility due to the needles joined in pairs and grafted onto short twigs called brachyblasts.

Spiritual Meaning of Pine Tree

The pines in Greece were consecrated to Rhea, which represented totality and contained pairs of opposites within, configuring itself as the androgyne from which the creation sprang.

This evergreen tree symbolizes immortality, so much so that its resin was used to purify, sterilize, and embalm things one wanted to preserve over time. Its resin was also used in censers to purify the temple’s sacred space, to evoke the eternal.

The trees, rich in resin, were used as funerary or Christmas trees. According to a Greek myth, the resin tears of this tree are the blood of Attis. A beautiful young man whom Cybele fell in love with and became a priest of his temple with a vow of chastity. But Sangaride, a seductive nymph, led Attis to break the vow.

Cybele in her chariot

Cybele drove Attis mad as revenge out of jealousy. He ran to the mountains, where he stopped at a the tree and castrated himself. Attis bled to death but Jupiter took pity on him and turned him into the immortal pine. Saturn became its protector.

Dr. Bach uses its flowers for those who tend to self-destruct because of their guilt, who feel guilty of breaking a rule or voting. Attis / pine can teach that repentance and forgiveness can be reborn as pure and fragrant as it is.

At least seventy species of pine, sober, long-lived plants are content with poor soils.

From the needles and gems, we get herbal teas, essential oils with balsamic, antiseptic, expectorant, anti-inflammatory, and energizing qualities, which find applications in diseases of the respiratory and articular apparatus.

It was an element of the Dionysian thyrsus that symbolized fruitfulness, resurrection, and immortality – it was used in the celebrations of the mysteries of Dionysus at Eleusis, at the feasts dedicated to the Great Mother and Hermes.

Eleusis: The Great Mysteries

In the East, the Taoist Immortals feed on resin and needles. It is said that resin, penetrated into the subsoil after a thousand years produces fu-ling, a mushroom that gives eternal life. In Japan, pinewood is used to build Shinto temples and ritual tools.

In wedding ceremonies, it represents the constancy of conjugal love. During their New Year, the Japanese place two trees of the same size on each side of their doors to honor the Kami, the many Shinto deities that govern the visible spheres and traditionally live inside the pines.

In China, this tree is depicted at the doors of Immortality and composes the triad of Longevity together with the mushroom and a crane, or with bamboo and plum.

In the first centuries of Christianity, it was considered a malefic plant because it was associated with pagan deities (Pan, Dionysus, and Attis).

Its resin can be burned in all celebrations that involve the awakening of light, vegetation, and the Spirit.

On the night of “Calendimaggio”, the first day of May, take a small bag of green cotton and place inside: three sprigs of thyme, a green agate, three laurel leaves and three scots of pine.

Close with a ribbon of the same color and think about which projects you would like to realize. This amulet will help you make them. Keep it at home.

Fun fact: pine nuts are used in enchantments to attract economic prosperity. The Romans ate them to increase their strength and physical vigor. In the East, it is a tradition to consume them to protect the bonds of love and friendship.

Pine Symbolism in the World of Magic

In magic, its cones are used to promote fertility, while needles mixed with resin are used to ward off evil and low spirits.

They also repel invoices and curses to the client. Unfortunately, it is often used in black magic rituals to infuse pain and injury.

The pulverized and burnt bark mixed with frankincense was used to purify the rooms of the sick or after disputes.

Because it is an evergreen tree, it also embodies the soul’s eternal life.

In natural magic is used to invoke the spirits of woods and nature.

The resin can be mixed with sage, mint, or lemon to purify ourselves before or after a ritual and also to purify places. It was a symbol of protection and immortality for Celtic people, it was revered as the tree of life and the mother, therefore it symbolized the woman in her fruitful phase.

The pine cone in magic symbolizes regeneration in life as well as physical and psychological wounds.

For the Masons, it was a symbol of enlightenment, resurrection, eternal life, and regeneration.

Celtic people used to form magic protection circles with cones in open-air rituals. It was also often used in the magic of love and in rites that favor conception.

Pine Cone Magic and Symbolism

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And where there are pine trees — you guessed it — there are pine cones. They’re pretty ubiquitous and unassuming around here, but they possess deep meaning when we take the time to dig into their symbolism.

Throughout the span of recorded human history, pinecones have been a symbol of human enlightenment, resurrection, eternal life and regeneration.

Conifers are some of the oldest forms of plant life on earth. Researchers found traces of conifers dated back to 300 million years ago, while traces of pines can be dated back to 153 million years ago.


This stunning sacred geometry was recognized and revered by ancient cultures. The Mexican god “Chicomecoatl” is sometimes depicted with an offering of pine cones in one hand, and an evergreen tree in the other. Hindu deities are also often depicted holding a pine cone in outstretched hand. The Egyptian Staff of Osiris (1224 BC) depicts two spiraling snakes rising up to meet at a pine cone. And Ancient Assyrian palace carvings (713-716 BC) depict winged people holding pine cones. All of these depictions seem to use the pine cone as a symbol of spiritual consciousness and enlightenment, awakening, or immortality.

Celts, pine cones represented regeneration and were used as a fertility charm. They would place them under their pillows at night (ooh la la!). And the ancient Romans associated pine cones with the goddess of love, Venus.

Speaking of Rome, the Catholic church uses the pine cone in its iconography as well. There is a pine cone carved into the holy staff that the Pope carries during religious ceremonies. And I’ll never forget seeing the gargantuan bronze pine cone statue at the Vatican in Rome.


An evolutionary precursor to the flower, pine cones fan out in a Fibonacci spiral sequence in either direction. Now, I’m not a math-person, but the internet (and my high school geometry teacher Mr. Schimke) tells me that the Golden Spiral is a logarithmic spirals and its distinctiveness lies in the fact that it has Phi (golden ratio) as its growth factor. So for each quarter turn the spiral makes, it gets wider or away from the origin by a factor of Phi. Two quantities are in golden ratio (which is equal to 1.618) when their ratio is equal to the ratio of their sum to the bigger quantity.

This Golden Spiral and Golden Ratio are found everywhere in nature, from the growth pattern of leaves and flowers to the spirals of galaxies.


So the humble pine cone has spent centuries elevated as a symbol of all kinds of illumination. That makes sense to me because pine cones are very light sensitive. They close down in the dark and open in the light. My understanding is that this has to do with reproduction. Sunny days offer more arid conditions and the tiny seedlings nestled in the scales of the pine cone can become airborne more easily. Grey, rainy days aren’t ideal for spreading seeds, so the pine cone just closes up during damp weather conditions.

The pineal gland is a remarkable feature of the human experience. Nestled in the brain between the two hemispheres, it is a source of endless intrigue in the realm of mysticism. Sometimes the Pineal Gland is referred to as our “third eye” the “dream center” or my favorite, the “mystic seed.”

The Pineal Gland is shaped very much like the pine cone and lies at the center of our brain and is intimately linked to our body’s perception of light. The Pineal modulates our wake-sleep patterns and circadian rhythms. Pretty cool, right?

I find it totally fascinating that both the pine cone and the Pineal Gland not only look like each other but are also light sensitive, light affected structures. Pure magic.

My altar for the Winter Solstice is full of pine cones in honor of their magic and symbolism. I hope that you too have a place to ritualize the magic of this amazing object and welcome the season of light.

The above article is written by a Pagan and I do not endorse it or agree with it.  I just posted it for information purposes to show how the Occult world views the pinecone/pine tree.




For just a moment as the focus went to the camera opened the lens to view the state behind Taylor, you saw these figures.  Notice the three witches on the right.  You see a quick flash where the appear to have crosses on their front.  Created by the light hitting their costumes their cape being open, they are holding something in their hands with their elbows out.  Three crosses appear briefly, at the same time… you notice the ghostly figure next to Taylor.  What is that?  Do you see it a huge green shape.   Note that all the witches left of the three have their capes completely closed.  SO the three on the right were deliberately staged to reflect the light as it hit them.   

Most people probably did not even notice this but the subliminal effect was planted.  Producers spend huge amounts of  money to flash an image on the screen for fractions of a second. That has proven to be the best advertising that money can buy, because it by passes the part of your brain where your cognitive thinking filters out what is undesirable.

You will hear her fans complain that ‘Christians” are nit picking and focusing on just a small part of her concert.  But hear me… that is all they need to cast their spell.  It can be sandwiched between multiple insignificant, innocuous numbers.  All they need is one brief spell on stage to cast their spell on YOU!




Did Taylor Swift Do Witchcraft At Her Concert! 


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Sorcerers claim that Taylor Swift sings “witchcraft and satanic songs” during her concerts (VIDEOS)

A controversy with the renowned singer Taylor Swift has recently been taking place, as rumors and accusations have arisen that she practices witchcraft and satanic rituals in her concerts.

Sorcerers claim that Taylor Swift sings “witchcraft and satanic songs” during her concerts (VIDEOS).

A great career, a great collection of awards and also multiple talents for music, Taylor Swift has gained popularity among the audience in recent years, becoming one of the most outstanding artists, but there are some doubts about the resources that she is using in her concerts and for that very reason, there are those who have their doubts about supposed connections with sorcery.

According to different media and also social platforms, such as TikTok, the singer would be promoting sorcery through the use of certain elements during her concert tour “The Eras Tour”.

Through TikTok, a woman has shared a clip in which the interpreter sings her song “Willow” during a presentation, while several women dressed in robes and holding spheres of light are present, implying that the artist promotes darkness.

“So, what she is saying is that ‘summons the demons’, it is the new chant of the crowd, which everyone performs during their witchcraft ritual, the user considered.

In the video, the user says that in a video recorded by a Taylor follower, the same singer responded by saying that the new chorus for them to sing with her was “summon the demons”, since in the original video of that song she appears playing a witch.

Likewise, it exposes how the world today normalizes witchcraft and respects other beliefs but is really hostile when it comes to Christianity.

The criticism that the woman focuses not only on what Swift has implemented with witchcraft, but also on how the music industry and Hollywood have made the worship and cult of satan accepted as a very normal thing in society.

Likewise, followers of witchcraft and magic affirm that the artist uses various fragments of her performance to absorb the energy and vitality of those present during the presentations of “Evermore”“Folklore” and “Reputation”.

“Seeing this kind of liturgy between world stars is not surprising, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Madonna and even Michael Jackson did it at the time, for longevity, success or specific benefits, but Taylor’s is different, she is stealing a lot of energy never seen before, her empire is just beginning ”, quotes the Music Mundial site.

The rumor intensified after at the start of her last concert, the singer was seen making strange gestures with her fingers and subsequently uttered the phrase “I’ve never felt so strong.”

As for Taylor, she grew up and identified as a Christian, but unlike that, she strongly supports all LGBT and pro-abortion movements in the country, which she mentions in her songs and mocks the Christian perspective on marriage and family.

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Taylor Swift gets accused of promoting witchcraft and satanic rituals on her ‘The Eras Tour’.




Watch the next couple videos and judge for yourself.  I realize the lyrics are hard to hear, but it is the ACTIONS we are looking at.



Stan Twitter: Taylor Swift performing a ritual on stage #theerastour


Whether or not ms Swift is a witch or believe in witchcraft or intended to encourage witchcraft does not matter.  As an idol and a role model people emulate her behavior and she is well aware of that fact and works to cultivate a following.  The actions she and her troup performed on that stage clearly depicted the movements and behaviors of a coven of witches.  The imagery of the dark forest and hooded masked figures emerging from it was deliberately staged,  the pine trees and pine cone shapes depicted were not chosen randomly, the tossing about of the lighted spheres, the waving about of the arms of dancers and ms Swift were all designed to create a picture of spell casting.  All one needs to do is plant an image in the minds of an audience and the spirits will do the rest.  

It does not even matter what if the lyrics are not about spell casting or witchcraft.  When performed on stage or video like this was, the imagery, the movements, the actions, speak louder than words!

ms Swift can hardly plead ignorance or innocence as we have already read:

Swift has previously said her song ‘Willow’ ‘sounds like casting a spell to make someone fall in love with you’.

She then riffed off that notion, putting out several several witch remixes of ‘Willow‘.

Also, in her song ‘Mad Woman’ from 2020’s Folklore, Swift sings: “Women like hunting witches too. Doing your dirtiest work for you.

She also referenced witch hunts on her 2017 album Reputation.

They’re burning all the witches, even if you aren’t one,” she sings in the song ‘I Did Something Bad‘.

The word is now used as a symbol of feminism and for strong and unapologetic women, as per Psychsex.

It has also become synonymous with the Cottagecore aesthetic, which you’ll find all over Etsy and Pinterest.

It’s also the ‘era’ from which Swift’s twin 2020 albums Evermore and Folklore draws inspiration from.    TWIN ALBUMS IN 2020 isn’t that interesting.  More spell casting, representing the TWINNING, creating our Avatars.  20/20

Taylor Swift Album

Evermore is the ninth studio album by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. It was a surprise album released on December 11, 2020, via Republic Records, less than five months after Folklore, her eighth studio album. Wikipedia

Taylor Swift Album

Folklore is the eighth studio album by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. It was a surprise album, released on July 24, 2020, via Republic Records. After the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, Swift cancelled the concert tour for her seventh studio album Lover.   Wikipedia


The forest seems to be another common theme with ms Swift.  


Forest Symbolism & Meaning (Mystery & Change)

Common forest symbolism includes mystery, magic, change, loneliness, and loss

Forests are a place of mystery, darkness and generally a dangerous place for humans. In films and literature, they often are used as symbols of mystery and magic. Things happen in these dark places that may not happen out in the sunlight.


the forest is not to be mastered. The forest is therefore the great symbol of the unconscious. (See Bettelheim, The Uses Of Enchantment.)


The duck test is a form of abductive reasoning, usually expressed as “If it looks like a duck, swims  like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck.” The test implies that a person can identify an unknown subject by observing that subject’s habitual characteristics. It is sometimes used to counter abstruse arguments that something is not what it appears to be.


But of the times and the seasons, brethren, ye have no need that I write unto you.  For yourselves know perfectly that the day of the Lord so cometh as a thief in the night For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape.  But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that that day should overtake you as a thief.   Ye are all the children of light, and the children of the day: we are not of the night, nor of darkness.  Therefore let us not sleep, as do others; but let us watch and be sober. For they that sleep sleep in the night; and they that be drunken are drunken in the night.  But let us, who are of the day, be sober, putting on the breastplate of faith and love; and for an helmet, the hope of salvation.  For God hath not appointed us to wrath, but to obtain salvation by our Lord Jesus Christ,  Who died for us, that, whether we wake or sleep, we should live together with him.   Wherefore comfort yourselves together, and edify one another, even as also ye do.  And we beseech you, brethren, to know them which labour among you, and are over you in the Lord, and admonish you;  And to esteem them very highly in love for their work’s sake. And be at peace among yourselves. Now we exhort you, brethren, warn them that are unruly, comfort the feebleminded, support the weak, be patient toward all men.  See that none render evil for evil unto any man; but ever follow that which is good, both among yourselves, and to all men.   Rejoice evermore.  Pray without ceasing.   In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.  Quench not the Spirit.  Despise not prophesyings.  Prove all things; hold fast that which is good.

Abstain from all appearance of evil.

And the very God of peace sanctify you wholly; and I pray God your whole spirit and soul and body be preserved blameless unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.  Faithful is he that calleth you, who also will do it.  Brethren, pray for us.   Greet all the brethren with an holy kiss.  I charge you by the Lord that this epistle be read unto all the holy brethren.  The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you. Amen.


I find it interesting that her witchy performance flows out of her album named “EVERMORE”.  We see in the scripture above that God commands us to REJOICE EVERMORE.  We know that the Devil and his minions are working to change FOREVER and trap us in their DYSTOPIAN ETERNITY.   PINE TREES AND PINE CONES represent eternity.  Witchcraft is what they are using to create it.


Taylor Swift dropped her 10th studio album, “Midnights,” last week, and fans are analyzing the lyrics to every song to try to figure out whom they could be about.  (again, darkness, night she is a preistess of prophetess of the dark side.)

One woman on TikTok who claims she went to high school with the 32-year-old artist is confirming what the fans know to be true — “Everything Ms. Swift does is intentional.

“I went to the same high school as Taylor Swift, we grew up in the same town,” Jessica McLane claimed in her TikTok video, chiming into all the conspiracy theory talk among the Swifties.

The Post has reached out to Swift’s reps for comment.

The TikToker started off by saying she wanted to issue a “blanket apology” for not knowing much about the singer even though they went to Hendersonville High School in Tennessee, and admitted that she “just got into Taylor Swift.”

“I went to the same high school as Taylor Swift, we grew up in the same town,” Jessica McLane said in her TikTok video.

“In 2006, I’m a freshman in high school. Taylor is I think a junior. ‘Teardrops on my Guitar’ had just come out I think over the summer. Obviously, she got really big, and that’s the year that she left school and got homeschooled.”

McLane alleged that when Swift started becoming “super successful,” most of her classmates “hated her.”

She clarified that the people who “hated” her were peers, not random people on the internet.

@jessicamclane Everything Ms. Swift does is intentional. 👀@Taylor Swift #taylorswift #taylornation #swifttok #taylorsversion♬ original sound – Jessica McLane

“She was literally 16, 17, leaving high school to pursue a career that people were telling her that she could never have,” McLane went on.

“Also, the guys she was writing these songs about, they were still in school. They were still there. And now they have a hit song about them talking about what a s–tty boyfriend they are,” she laughed.

McLane explained that people were spreading rumors about how Swift got her start in music, saying she bought her fame.

McLane then jumps ahead: “It’s 2022, Taylor Swift announces ‘Midnights,’ right?”

It’s gonna be released on Kim Kardashian’s birthday. That’s when I start realizing Taylor’s a petty b–ch,” she postulates, smiling.

“Y’all, she invited us to the CMAs to say f–k you,” McLane said. “And we deserved it.”

She shares that she starts learning about all the other subtle things Swift allegedly has done to get back at those who have done her wrong over the years.

For example, Swift’s music video for “Bad Blood” is believed to be about her since-mended fallout with Katy Perry. Fans will also be the first to admit that they believe a lot of her lyrics are shots aimed at people who did her wrong. Most recently, her song “Vigilante S–t” on the “Midnights” album is reportedly about her old manager Scooter Braun, who infamously sold her masters for more than $300 million, and his ex-wife Yael Cohen.

“Now she gets the house, gets the kids, gets the pride / Picture me thick as thieves with your ex-wife / And she looks so pretty driving in your Benz / Lately she’s been dressing for revenge,” Swift sings in the song, seemingly referencing Braun buying a new house after his divorce.

McLane pointed out that Swift plans years in advance — she waited three years to invite her high school classmates to an award show.

Y’all, she invited us to the CMAs to say f–k you,” McLane said. “And we deserved it.”

“So to Taylor: touché, that was a good one.”

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CNN — 

Taylor Swift fans are in their record-breaking era.

After two nights of earth-shaking dancing at Swift’s Seattle “Eras” tour concert at Lumen Field, enthusiastic Swifties caused seismic activity equivalent of a 2.3 magnitude earthquake, according to seismologist Jackie Caplan-Auerbach.

The “Swift Quake” has been compared to the 2011 “Beast Quake,” when Seattle Seahawks fans erupted after an impressive touchdown by running back Marshawn “Beast Mode” Lynch. The ensuing celebration was detected on the same local seismometer as the Swift concert, Caplan-Auerbach told CNN.

Mark and Marcus both mean “dedicated to Mars,” while Shawn means “god (in this reference MARS the god of WAR) is gracious.”  Source

lynch (v.)

1835, “inflict severe (but not deliberately fatal) bodily punishment (on someone) without legal sanction,” from earlier Lynch law (1811), in reference to such activity, which was likely named after William Lynch (1742-1820) of Pittsylvania, Virginia, who c. 1780 led a vigilance committee to keep order there during the Revolution. Other sources trace the name to Charles Lynch (1736-1796) a Virginia magistrate who fined and imprisoned Tories in his district c. 1782, but the connection to him is less likely. The surname is perhaps from Irish Loingseach “sailor.”  Hmm, another tie to the Maritime Theme

LYNCH Name Meaning and LYNCH Family History

Irish (Anglo-Norman): from de Línse, a Gaelicized form of the Norman French name de Lench, deriving from one of the manors named Lench in Worcestershire. The place name derives from Old English hlenc ‘hill-side’. English: topographic name for someone who lived on a slope or hillside, Old English hlinc.

Caplan-Auerbach, who works as a geology professor at Western Washington University, saw the comparison in a Pacific Northwest earthquake group she moderates on Facebook and immediately got to work.

I grabbed the data from both nights of the concert and quickly noticed they were clearly the same pattern of signals,” she said, adding, “If I overlay them on top of each other, they’re nearly identical.”

The main difference between the July 22 and July 23 shows, aside from the surprise songs Swift is known to perform, makes up roughly 26 minutes. “I asked around and found out the Sunday show was delayed by about half an hour, so that adds up” Caplan-Auerbach said.

While the magnitude difference between “Beast Quake” and “Swift Quake” is only 0.3, Caplan-Auerbach said the Swifties have the Seahawks fans beat. “The shaking was twice as strong as ‘Beast Quake’. It absolutely doubled it.”

“The primary difference is the duration of shaking,” Caplan-Auerbach explained. “Cheering after a touchdown lasts for a couple seconds, but eventually it dies down. It’s much more random than a concert. For Taylor Swift, I collected about 10 hours of data where rhythm controlled the behavior. The music, the speakers, the beat. All that energy can drive into the ground and shake it.”

While Caplan-Auerbach is excited about the chance of becoming a Swiftie herself, she is mostly driven by the opportunity to demystify science.

“What I love is to be able to share that this is science” she said, adding that “it doesn’t have to happen in a lab with a white coat. Everyday observations and experiences are science.”

CNN’s Chloe Melas, who attended one of Swift’s Seattle concerts, shared her observations and experiences as a concertgoer. “Going to Taylor’s concert in Seattle was unlike anything I’ve ever experienced,” she said. “You could literally feel the ground shaking beneath your feet. My ears are still ringing.”

Even Swift herself felt the energy from her West Coast Swifties, and thanked her Seattle audience in an Instagram post on Monday for “all the cheering, screaming, jumping, dancing, singing at the top of your lungs.”

“That was genuinely one of my favorite weekends ever,” she added.




Many Swifties are experiencing a post-concert “blank space.”

Fans of international pop star Taylor Swift have reported a lack of memory after attending Eras Tour concertswith some saying they’re even forgetting chunks of her performance.

Experts at Hackensack Meridian Health in New Jersey researched why concertgoers are experiencing blackouts after their big night out.

Dr. Nathan Carroll, associate chief resident psychiatrist at Hackensack Meridian Jersey Shore University Medical Center, linked the memory loss after concerts to a neurological condition called transient global amnesia (TGA).

TGA is a “rare phenomenon impacting memory,” the researcher told Fox News Digital.

Taylor Swift with fans

Taylor Swift performs onstage during “Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour” at SoFi Stadium on Aug. 3, 2023, in Inglewood, California. (Getty Images)

“Individuals who experience TGA will attend an event (like a concert, wedding or festival) and later report undeniable gaps in their memory,” he said.

This type of memory loss is different from normal forgetfulness, Carroll said.


“For example, during the event, it may look like you’re acting normally and answering questions — but later, you may not recall some of your conversations,” he said.

“Unlike other amnesias, memory loss is very limited, only lasting about a day, and people don’t forget [autobiographical] information.”

taylor swift and dancers performing

Taylor Swift performs onstage during the “Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour” at Lumen Field on July 22, 2023, in Seattle, Washington.  (Mat Hayward/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management)

TGA can develop due to elevated blood pressure, strenuous physical activity and emotional excitement, which Carroll said are all “theorized to temporarily impair the functioning of the memory center of our brain, the hippocampus.”   (And demonic influence brought on by the spell casting.)

“What’s interesting is that the concertgoers are only recognizing the memory loss post-event,” he said.

“They actually experience TGA during the event but don’t realize it at the time.”

The researchers’ findings suggest that certain risk factors may make Eras Tour concertgoers more susceptible to TGA.

These include lack of sleep, poor hydration, anticipation and pre-existing anxiety or depression, Carroll said.

Environmental risk factors include the intensity of the concert, engagement with the music, crowd-induced excitement and a sense of surprise throughout the event.

Fellow researcher Dr. Soha Salman, attending psychiatrist at Hackensack Jersey Shore University Medical Center, said Taylor Swift isn’t the only pop star who’s causing this impact.

taylor swift fans

Fans attend “Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour” at Empower Field At Mile High on July 14, 2023, in Denver, Colorado.  (Tom Cooper/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management)

“Because there’s been such an outpouring of reports of this amnesia from the concert, it seems as though it’s specific to Taylor Swift, when that’s not actually the case,” she told Fox News Digital.

“There are similar reports from concert-goers who attended Beyoncé’s ‘Renaissance’ tour this summer, as well as reports from Harry Styles’ concerts,” Salman said.   (Well, we know about Beyonce and her demons.  I don’t know much about Harry Styles, but apparently he has his demons, too. )

Which of Harry Styles’ alter-egos should you be dating?

“Thanks to social media, there’s constant communication and sharing of experiences online, which allows us to notice patterns that we may have otherwise missed.”

But, Salman suggested, it’s understandable that so many Swifties experience this overwhelming phenomenon, as many attendees undergo intense nostalgia due to the Eras Tour’s throwback structure.

“The emotional connection to her music may be one of the reasons fans are experiencing this memory loss,” she said.

Crowd of Taylor Swift fans behind a barrier at her concert in Kansas City

Taylor Swift’s passionate fans are known as “Swifties.”  (John Shearer/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management)

Salman also mentioned that A sense of bonding at the pop star’s concerts releases adrenaline and cortisol — hormones that are involved in the brain’s memory-making process.

“The connection between heightened emotional states and the release of these hormones is one of the things we are researching further,” she said.

This type of amnesia doesn’t only happen after a concert, but can occur after any “physically exerting or emotionally arousing event,” said Salman.

We did find in our research that there were reports of people experiencing similar amnesia after attending sporting events and weddings,” the doctor said.

There are no lingering effects or neurological deficits with the condition, Carroll added, which “helps distinguish TGA from more serious health issues that can cause memory loss, such as a stroke.”

Beyonce wears a hat and jersey on stage

Beyoncé performs onstage during the “Renaissance” world tour at MetLife Stadium on July 29, 2023, in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Kevin Mazur/WireImage for Parkwood)

Still, it is best to have a doctor check you out with any notable memory loss,” he said. (Sure, so they can “COLLECT” more data.)

A person experiencing TGA will show no signs of distress and will “act, talk and behave normally,” Carroll noted.

It is only “a short time later, when questioned about the event, [that] the person with TGA realizes they have memory gaps,” he said.

“These memory gaps typically go away in about a day.”

TGA is much more common in adults than younger people – typically older than the average age of a “Swiftie,” according to Carroll.  (well, doesn’t that kind of play against all his theories about it being caused by the “Swiftie” connection?)

A clinical diagnosis is made based on an exam and symptom screening, he said, though some imaging, such as an MRI, can help confirm the diagnosis if warranted.

taylor swift holding up guitar on stage

Taylor Swift performs onstage during the “Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour” at Lumen Field on July 22, 2023, in Seattle, Washington.  (Mat Hayward/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management)

While there are no specific methods of preventing TGA, Salman recommended getting enough sleep and staying hydrated before a big event.

“Another proposed mechanism of TGA is elevated blood pressure and the release of stress hormones,” she said. “By being mindful and taking deep breaths throughout the concert, especially during periods of heightened excitement, you can reduce the release of stress hormones.”

Research has revealed that cell phone use also has an impact on memory, so Salman recommended limiting screen time during an event.

“By simultaneously trying to use your phone and watch the concert, you may overtax your working memory and affect your ability to store those specific memories,” she said.

“Studies have also found that when we are recording something with our smartphones, we are relying on them to remember for us,” Salman added. “This could lead to poorer recall of the event later.”

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Taylor Swift Is Not Your Friend…

She’s A “Genius” At Cultivating “Parasocial Relationships”: Taylor Swift Isn’t Your Friend, But There’s A Reason Why You Feel Like She Is

There’s a reason people are deeply invested in the “Midnights” singer’s personal life. But when does that interest become unhealthy?

A graphic of Taylor Swift singing while screaming fans are overlaid in the backdrop

It’s been a rollercoaster of a month for Taylor Swift fans.

The pop star thrilled Swifties with her sold-out Eras Tour while majorly disappointing many of them with her questionable choice in men.

Taylor Swift is a “genius” at cultivating “parasocial relationships.”

So why are fans ― and even gossip-following non-fans ― so caught up in who Swift dates? A lot of it has to do with how Swift has famously incorporated her dating history into her lyrics: Is this song about John Mayer? Was that another reference to Jake Gyllenhaal

But the pop culture scholars we spoke to said the answer goes deeper than that: The revealing lyrics help, but the “Anti-Hero” singer is also operating at “genius” levels when it comes to cultivating authentic-feeling parasocial relationships with fans. 

DO NOT BE DECEIVED MY FRIENDS! Taylor was selected and intensely groomed for her career.  All of this is not by accident nor did the young Taylor just have a natural ability for the ART/SCIENCE of her CRAFT.  More than likely she has her alter ego/familiar/demon onboard. 

Parasocial relationships, or PSRs, are one-sided relationships formed when a person becomes emotionally attached to a media persona. When you’re in a parasocial relationship with a pop star or YouTube personality, you feel as though the person could almost be your friend. 

With Swift, her early image was largely built on the feeling that she could be your friend. In her almost two-decade career, Swift has invited fans over to her house for listening parties (complete with homemade cookies!), commented on their social media posts and regularly had her mother pick fans out of the audience to meet her at concerts.

“She’s a genius at all this,” said Kate S. Kurtin, a professor of communication studies at California State University, Los Angeles, who studies PSRs.

“She gives away just enough of herself for the fans to feel a level of intimacy with her and feel that they know enough to ‘know’ that her music is authentic,” the professor told HuffPost.

Taylor Swift performing in front of a huge crowd
Swift, of course, isn’t the only modern-day pop star with a hyper-dedicated fanbase. But the parasocial relationship she’s cultivated with her fans feels distinctly different than the one someone like Beyoncé, a star of similar wattage, has inspired among the Beyhive.

“People like Beyoncé make a name for themselves by seeming almost out of reach. They inspire something closer to worship than friendship,” said Shira Gabriel, an associate professor of psychology at the University at Buffalo who studies parasocial bonds.

“Whereas Swift shows herself as a regular person,” she said. “This makes people feel closer to her than they would to someone who purposely separates themselves from others.”

Whether you worship them from afar or adore them because they let you in… IT IS ALL ABOUT IDOL WORSHIP!! and FANS are FANATICS!

fanatic (n.)

1520s, “insane person,” from Latin fanaticus “mad, enthusiastic, inspired by a god,” also “furious, mad,” originally, “pertaining to a temple,” from fanum “temple, shrine, consecrated place,” related to festus “festive” (see feast (n.)). Meaning “zealous person, person affected by enthusiasm” is from 1640s. As an adjective, in English, 1530s, “furious;” meaning “characterized by excessive enthusiasm,” especially in religion (of Nonconformists), is from 1640s.