Taylor Swift blew up almost 60 thousand “swefties” in the first of four concerts that are scheduled at the Foro Sol from Mexico City as part of his “The Eras Tour”. The show on August 24 was, as many reported on social networks, simply incredible despite the controversies over cloned tickets and the thousands of fans who did not get a ticket and chose to listen to the famous outside the venue.
In the midst of this furor, and as expected, the rumors regarding Taylor Swift did not wait: even, on social networks, speculation began with the possibility that the singer had not stayed to sleep in Mexico, but that took his private jet and flew directly to Texas after his presentation. Similarly, other people revived an old conspiracy theory linking the singer to a satanic leader from the ’80s.
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This theory dates back to 2013, and according to followers of conspiracy stories, Taylor Swift would be a clone of the priestess Zeena LaVey Schrek, daughter of Anton LeVay, founder of the Church of Satan. Why do these rumors keep spreading and what similarities are there between Taylor and Zeena LaVey?
TAYLOR SWIFT AND ITS ALLEGED CLONING, THIS WE KNOW
This conspiracy theory began to gain strength with the emergence of the Reddit social network, where it had its greatest diffusion, and according to several posts, analyzes, and videos, everything arose from the sstriking resemblance Taylor Swift with several photos of Zeena LaVey Schrek in the 80’s.
The coincidences listed by theorists are several: Same eyes, same look, same arch of the eyebrows and even a similar face. Several even go further and have come to “find” several satanic symbols hidden in video clips of Taylor Swift, which has only increased the already existing furor.
CLONE OR NOT? THERE IS A STUMBLE IN THE THEORY ABOUT TAYLOR SWIFT
In the end, however, this cloning theory cannot go any further because of one small detail: Zeena LeVey Shrek is not dead and, in fact, lives totally separate from the Church of Satan and is now a member of the Temple of Set.
Zeena LeVey is also moderately active on her social networks, especially on Instagram, where she sells her work as a plastic artist for a living.