Mark Taylor is a retired firefighter. Also, he is a prophet. HE IS A FIREFIGHTER PROPHET. He co-authored a book about himself titled The Trump Prophecies: The Astonishing True Story of the Man Who Saw Tomorrow… and What He Says Is Coming Next, and has been making the rounds on the weird rightwing conspiracy theory radio shows lately, because of how he predicted Trump would win using “Bible numbers” or some such junk.
He stopped by a radio show hosted by one Sheila Zilinsky last week to talk about some other stuff he made up and to warn us
about what the queers are doing to the soil that the Freemasons and the Illuminati are using a special frequency to change everyone’s DNA into DNA that hates Donald Trump. WHOA IF TRUE!
“I believe what happened on November 8 is the enemy has literally sent out a frequency, if you will, because remember last time we did your show on frequency, we literally got shut down […] those who are tapped in to his frequency, and it agitated and took control, basically, of those who have their DNA turned over to the enemy. That’s what’s happening is that The Illuminati, the Freemasons, all these people, their main goal is to change the DNA of man and they’re doing it through these frequencies, through the bombardment. Whether it’s the mainstream news media, whether it’s rock and roll music.”
Taylor explained that people need to listen to “good news” and not the apocalyptic stuff, because even though the apocalypse is happening, it’s a bad time for that kind of news.
He then said he has been “bombarded with emails” from Christians who say, “Look, I support Trump, but everybody in my family has isolated me, everybody in my church is not talking to me.” Now, most people would hear that and go, “Yeah, because no one wants shit to do with people who voted for this! They think you are a bad person now, and do not want to interact with you!” But Taylor has another theory, namely that Freemasons and the Illuminati are broadcasting things at 440hz, which he claims damages your body organs and changes your DNA into DNA that doesn’t like Donald Trump, or people who voted for Donald Trump. This frequency also makes people part of the Illuminati bloodline, which he claims is their goal. To what end? I do not know.
Narcissistic conspiracy theories are on the rise these days, and this is an exciting new addition to the family. Rather than consider that people might, you know, disagree with them, many Trump supporters have decided everyone actually does agree with them, or would, if they weren’t being brainwashed, paid by George Soros (paid protesters) or forced due to social pressure (“virtue signaling”). How that social pressure even exists when everyone actually agrees with them is unknown.
It’s sort of their version of Occam’s Razor. It is so bizarre and unthinkable to them that people would disagree with them or not think like they do, that vast and complicated conspiracy theories are literally the more believable option. This is, I suppose, your brain on the complete lack of empathy that is required to vote for Trump in the first place.
As it turns out, the 440hz thing is a conspiracy that’s been around for a while, and it is genuinely bizarre. First of all, it doesn’t actually have anything to do with the “frequency” that news is broadcast in. That is not a thing. It has to do with music and tuning. The standard tuning for most music is A440 — meaning that the A above C is tuned to 440hz, which is 440 vibrations per second. There are some variations, particularly in orchestral music (435hz was the standard for a long time in France, so sometimes they use that standard for more authenticity), but 440hz been the standard since 1955.
Some people think this frequency was invented by none other than Joseph Goebbels to brainwash people and making them feel anxious. They think 432hz is better for weirdly mystical reasons I can barely understand, including chakras and the number of Buddha statues on Mount Meru. Also C528 for other reasons. You can even go and buy music that has been converted to C528 for your listening pleasure.
What this has to do with broadcast news, I honestly do not know. From what I can tell, Mark Taylor is the only person saying this. It sort of sounds like he heard part of this conspiracy theory and then just made up his own thing from there.
Sort of like the telephone game, but for adults who are stupid.
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