Christian author: Hidden ‘spells’ in country music songs will change your DNA

I hadn’t heard of Tiffany FitzHenry until recently. All I can say is, whoa.

In her Twitter bio, FitzHenry describes herself as a “Bestselling Author, Public Speaker, Screenwriter, Hollywood Whistleblower.” While I’m suspicious of the validity of those credentials, one thing is for sure: she’s in her own realm when it comes to the pro-Trump Christian cult.

During an appearance on Chris McDonald‘s show earlier this week, FitzHenry utilized her “whistleblower” status to give a dire warning about country music. According to her, it not only makes you sad and want to drink, but it’s also changing the DNA of people who listen to it.

“There are lists of words that they get that they have to put these words, certain words, into their songs,” she said in an audio clip flagged by Right Wing Watch. “These are spells. If you’ve ever wondered, ‘Why does every country music song mention alcohol, whiskey?’ I think there was a study done that said 90 percent of country music songs in some form or fashion mention or make reference to, if not outright [promote] drinking. There has been a great illusion put over us and music is so powerful.”

With FitzHenry, old conspiracy theories meet the new, as she even inserted the Rockefellers and the Rothchilds into her insanity, because of course, they were complicit in creating this DNA-changing musical scale.

“There is a frequency that is sort of the God frequency and then there is a frequency that is just sort of off from that,” she said. “Our scale of modern music [is] off from the real resonance, it’s just a scale down. We don’t realize it, but all of our music is tainted in this way and sound has a powerful influence, a powerful effect on our bodies, on our minds. We’re 75 percent water, and so when something reverberates though you, it changes your DNA.”

Watch the video below, via Right Wing Watch:

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Sky Palma

Before launching DeadState back in 2012, Sky Palma has been blogging about politics, social issues and religion for over a decade. He lives in Los Angeles and also enjoys Brazilian jiu jitsu, chess, music and art.