Conspiracy Theorist: Country Music is Literally Magical and Sounds Alter Our DNA August 2, 2019

Conspiracy Theorist: Country Music is Literally Magical and Sounds Alter Our DNA

“Hollywood whistleblower” Tiffany FitzHenry appeared on The Mc Files show this week and told right-wing host Chris McDonald that country music is some kind of magical spell that controls listeners and that musical scales alter DNA.

If that doesn’t make total sense to you… then you’re not the type of guest who’d ever appear on this show.

FitzHenry claimed that she had recently been doing some editing work for “a massive, massive country music star” and was shown a “list of words” that the performer receives that must be used in their songs.

“There are lists of words that they get that they have to put these words, certain words, into their songs,” she said. “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.

The irony of all this is that Christian music is known for requiring musicians to abide by the (informally named) “Jesus-per-minute rule” — because if you don’t say His name enough, are you really singing Christian music?

Now what about those musical scales…?

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.

Pay attention during science class, kids, or else you’ll grow up to think that, because we’re mostly water, vibrations will change your cellular makeup.

Or maybe FitzHenry’s been listening to too much country music.

(via Right Wing Watch)

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