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Taylor Swift fans report 'amnesia' following Eras show (www.bbc.com)

You’ve paid hundreds of dollars for a ticket and braved the pouring rain to watch your favourite artist perform in what should be an unforgettable evening.

But three hours and over 40 songs later, you get home and realised you can’t remember a thing.

It sounds almost unbelievable, but many Taylor Swift fans are claiming to suffer from “post-concert amnesia”.

What do you think?

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Matthew
Matthew
11 months ago

just looked this up briefly, some people were even talking about ‘disassociating’ during the concert, i mean all these top artists are controlled by the occult so probably something going on here

Sharine Borslien
Sharine Borslien
11 months ago
Reply to  Matthew

Not “probably,” Matthew. These “artists” (talentless props) are part of the Luciferian Cosmic Androgyne agenda. I encourage you to watch video analysis by MrE on Bitchute
https://www.bitchute.com/channel/OAx0XCP2TC4a/

Wishing you well.

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
11 months ago

My mom and sisters want to see Beyoncé next month. I just pray the lord is with them during that concert because she will suck their energy out and give it to her siren spirit Sasha Fierce.

marie
marie
11 months ago

Maybe their car could have a flat tire or two

marie
marie
11 months ago

Look into some rowan wood

Username
Username
10 months ago

God won’t be with them at that concert, He can only rescue them from that concert. There are places where God is not present but can only rescue you from (Sodom and Gomorrah for example).

Aaron
Aaron
8 months ago

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=tMLTBUVVxfE

She’s already encouraged millions to literally pray to her

Airplane Clouds
Airplane Clouds
11 months ago

44 = deaths’ doors

Zero
Zero
11 months ago

Those low frequency waves can cause dissociation and disorientation. Remember when many reported a tribal beat during Astroworld, many labeled it as ‘demonic’ as if intensifying the energy to create fear and uncertainty. Same energy work used with rituals and intent. Music can definitely be a gateway to these energies as well.

Rosey
Rosey
11 months ago
Reply to  Zero

Although I’m not saying these aren’t being used ritually – it strikes me that is more likely sound experimentation on crowd control.

Scary stuff either way.

Username
Username
10 months ago
Reply to  Zero

Travis Scott’s Astroworld had a huge (Demonic) portal same thing with Beyoncé’s renaissance. Both used by the very same people.

Sharine Borslien
Sharine Borslien
11 months ago

Concerts are full-on mind-control events and the “artists” (puh-lease, they are agents of the Luciferian Cosmic Androgyne agenda) are also mind-controlled. But VC, you know that! I’m just sharing my insights.

Crazy Bear
Crazy Bear
11 months ago

I think they’re just brainless simps to begin with and by tomorrow they’ll have already burned up their brain cell for the day trying to figure out which drawer they put their curling iron in.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
11 months ago

If I had to go to a Taylor Swift show, I’d want to forget it, too.

marie
marie
11 months ago

It’s interesting how they try to rationalize this like it’s really quite normal.

Rosey
Rosey
11 months ago
Reply to  marie

BBC. Ugh.

paul
paul
11 months ago

Combining this with other news about concert-goer’s underwear choices:
“Why am I wearing this diaper? And why is it full?

lauren
lauren
11 months ago

I don’t know what it is about her. She’s always struck me as utterly vile. My ‘evil radar’ doesn’t seem to work in many cases; but with her…

Just a name
Just a name
11 months ago
Reply to  lauren

Then you have a bad radar if it doesn’t work in many cases. Also, don’t forget, these artists are victims too. I wouldn’t be surprised if the Illuminati very elaborately figured out how to give every musician they’ve got an offer they couldn’t refuse (or if they straight up threatened them/their families). Just a thought.

Jerry
Jerry
11 months ago
Reply to  lauren

I’ve always loathed her too.

Rick
Rick
11 months ago

Mass hypnosis. They are definitely using some type of wireless low frequency waves to mess with the brain.

Getting a little bit of the Astroworld vibes …

Last edited 11 months ago by rick
Rosey
Rosey
11 months ago

The BBC strikes again. There’s a huge difference between going to see a band and not remembering everything – we’re humans not recording devices. That isn’t what was said here though – they said fans were suffering from amnesia. What psychologist is this that rolls out nonsense like this? Is no one interested as to why this happened to a number of ppl?

Two things stick out for me here. The demographic of the fans – mostly female I’ll wager. And the length of the set. Over 3 hrs? With the best will in the world 44 songs sounds excessive. Frequencies have successful application – there’s something v strange about this.