Christian prophet: Chemtrails are Satan’s tool to ‘distract us from God’s frequency’

The chemtrails conspiracy theory has been around for a while, and it’s just as stupid as it was when it first started making the rounds in room temperature-IQ internet forums. But leave it up to the “Firefighter Prophet” Mark Taylor to make it even stupider.

During an appearance on the Bless to Teach show this weekend, Taylor declared that chemtrails are not just a secret government program designed to quell an unruly populace, they’re also a tool used by Satan to cut people off from God, or something like that.

In a video clip flagged by Right Wing Watch, Taylor said that “everything in life gives off a frequency” and that “all of creation cries out to God in the frequency,” which is how humanity worships God. To counteract this, Satan uses chemtrails to turn humans into “giant antennas” receptive to a devilish frequency that’s designed to tune out God’s frequency.

“All the spraying is to detract us from hearing God’s frequency,” he said. “They are spraying aluminum and barium in the chemtrails and if you look on the periodic table—barium is BA, aluminum is AL; it spells BAAL.”

Of course, Taylor is referring to the Old Testament Canaanite god Ba’al, which was often portrayed as the main enemy of the Hebrew god Yahweh.

According to Taylor, this is “no coincidence.”

“We are literally giant antennas, which was intended,” he said. “If you want to get really deep on this, these entities that the devil has put down here that these Satanists worship or tap into for this knowledge, if you will, they have told them how to do this stuff.”

“They’ve showed them how to do this stuff for decades, for thousands of years, but they’ve tapped into this stuff about how to clog up man’s ears and eyes to be able to sense and feel God every time you’re walking around.”

Watch the video below, via Right Wing Watch:

Featured image: screen grab/YouTube

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.