Thursday night, global recording sensation and alleged satanic illuminati puppet Taylor Swift released “Look What You Made Me Do,” the first single off of her highly anticipated upcoming album. The accompanying official lyric video itself includes lizards, guns, ouroboroses (ourobori?), and spooky messages carved into trees. It is, to put it lightly, an internet conspiracy theorist’s dream come true.
Over the past few days, amateur internet detectives and anti-New World Order crusaders of all stripes have been diligently interpreting Taylor Swift’s cryptic marketing campaign, which included going dark on social media, and uploading mysterious clips of snakes. Naturally, most of the interpretations are bit tenuous, and absolutely none of them makes sense—at least, not to the sleepwalking masses of sheep.
For the seekers of Truth with a capital “T,” though, let’s explore what some of the more paranoid corners of the internet have found in Swift’s new song and video. This is what the mass media doesn’t want you to hear.
Theory: Taylor Swift gave birth to a reptilian, or at least worships them.
Exhibit A: The reptile tail.
On August 21, 2017, Taylor Swift posted this short clip on Twitter:
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) August 21, 2017
Most people assumed it was merely marketing—but one clear-eyed Redditor saw it as possible confirmation of a months-long hunch that Swift “gave birth to a reptilian baby.”
Exhibit B: The teaser video reveals her reptilian god.
As diligent internet sleuth Truthneversleeps discovered, if you pause one of Taylor Swift’s snake videos at just the right moment, you’ll see that the snake has been split in two. Now, the skeptics among us might ask, But isn’t the rest of the snake just in the shadows? To which the answer is, of course, no, you naive fool. Because while the serpent’s tail on the left is just that, what we saw on the right is, in fact, a daemon. “Because this is who she worships,” says Truthneversleeps. “No denying it.”
Theory: Taylor Swift is about to reveal the truth about Pizzagate.
Exhibit A: Taylor Swift also hates fake news and the liberal media.
By now, you’ve probably seen the below artwork for Taylor Swift’s upcoming album:
That newsprint layover represents more than just the media at large, at least according to Twitter user @ReputationEra17: “The font in #Reputation album cover represents the font used by most of the Newspaper i.e NewYork Times and ofc there is a 10% shade. #TS6.”
That’s right, Taylor Swift is specifically calling out the lying, liberal, mainstream fake news machine—the very one that covered up Pizzagate, the Wikileaks-born conspiracy that claims establishment Democrats ran child trafficking rings in Washngton, DC restaurants.
Exhibit B: The spiraling triangles in the video means globalists are losing control.
According to 4chan, not only is Taylor Swift about to reveal the realities of Pizzagate, she’s also trying to show that the globalists are crumbling before our very eyes. At about the three minute mark in the lyric video for “Look What You Made Me Do,” triangles appear to swirl. Triangles, they’ll readily tell you, are the universal symbol for pedophilia, employed by Democrats across DC to covertly advertise their human-trafficking rings.
Or, as 4chan tidily summarizes: “Pizzagate is unraveling, and spiraling out of the globalist’s control. Also, right after this sequence, the whole screen flashes yellow for the first time. Yellow is only used sparingly in this video, and only as a reference to goodness or righteously exercised power. The full-screen worldwide flash of yellow means the globalists are losing control of their mind control apparatus. Their poison cloud is about to dissipate.”
Exhibit C: The imagery has a deeper meaning if you know what to listen for.
It’s more than just the lyrics that have deeper meanings, though. After her feud with Kanye ensured that Swift would be forever linked to the snake emoji, Swift has clearly decided to reclaim that imagery. And also … Pizzagate somehow? According to anonymous internet sleuths, Swift “appropriated the snake and turned it around on them, the ouroboros eating itself like the left does, spiraling around to look like the pedo symbol….”.
Theory: Taylor Swift was murdered and replaced by a clone.
Exhibit A: It’s happened before.
As every able-minded conspiracist knows, Avril Lavigne died in 2003 and was immediately replaced by a clone who’s been impersonating her ever since. The new Avril has tried to reveal her truth to the world in cryptic song lyrics and symbolism, but she remains trapped by the music industry globalists.
Exhibit B: Taylor Swift suddenly disappeared from the limelight.
Taylor Swift has laid low in recent months, presumably to reconnect with friends and focus on her work. But as Reddit user A_D_D_I_C_T points out, “A common strategy with celebrities is to allow them to do their ‘own thing’ (what they believe is their own) until the time comes to use them for a more overt purpose. Those that don’t obey are murdered and replaced.”
Exhibit C: The new single explicitly alludes to the murder.
At the very end of “Look What You Made Me Do,” someone who is allegedly Taylor Swift says the following: “I’m sorry, the old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now. Why? Oh, because she’s dead.”
Exhibit D: Huge if true.
Theory: Taylor Swift is about to come out as a 4chan power user.
Exhibit A: It’s long been rumored that Taylor Swift has haunted the boards of 4chan.
The anonymous users of 4chan have compiled evidence that Taylor Swift posts among them. This image, in particular, has been passed around as the definitive collection of proof:
— DXFalcon (@DX115FALCON) January 18, 2015
Much of this theory stems from Taylor Swift’s refusal to speak out during the presidential campaign. Since Taylor Swift refused to denounce Donald Trump, as many other celebrities had, 4chan assumed this meant that she simply didn’t want to hurt album sales by coming out as a Trump supporter.
Exhibit B: Just listen to the lyrics.
One 4chan user points out that the lyrics paired with the images in the video, in particular, send a clear message: “During chorus a bunch of ouroboros with the line ‘Look what you made me do’ repeated. The left is constantly referred to as eating itself = snake eating its tail. Look what you made me do, therefore is a response to the increased radicalization of the left and the reactionary politics of T-Swift.”
That’s just the tip of the songs extremist sympathies, though. Dig a little deeper, and you’ll notice this:
Exhibit C: Count the frames.
All it takes to understand Taylor Swift’s true intentions is a simple understanding of math and history:
There are exactly 68 frames separating the two shots.
Judea declared war on Germany in 1933.
Globalists declared war on America in 2001.
2001 – 1933 = 68
Of course, there is absolutely no legitimate evidence that any of this is true. But on the other hand, reader, trust no one.