Taylor Swift’s Style is said to be about her ex-lover Harry Styles. Through symbolism, however, the video gives the song another meaning: It is about having an alter persona, the ultimate result of Monarch mind control.
from Vigilant Citizen:
Taylor Swift has for years been one of the biggest selling artist in the record industry. She is nothing less than a pop culture phenomena with an enormous fan base and constant media exposure. Of course, like all record industry stars, Swift has the duty to sometimes bring the occult elite’s symbolism to the masses.
Style is somewhat darker and more abstract than Taylor Swift’s previous offerings. Said to be based on her relationship with One Direction’s Harry Styles, the video solely focuses on two people: Swift and a guy who specializes in looking sad in a variety of settings. While the song appears to be about an impossible relationship, the symbolism in the video points to something deeper.
Indeed, the imagery of the video is not pure aesthetic: It has a profound psychological meaning. Many of the symbols used in the video are of great importance in the dark world of Monarch mind control, which is based on splitting the core personality through trauma (if you have no idea what I’m talking about read this article first). Once decoded, Style is less about a relationship with another person, and more about the relationship between the core persona (Taylor Swift) and the alter persona (the sad-looking guy). While it might appear strange that the alter persona is male, alters that are the opposite gender from the body are common in MK slaves who suffer from dissociative identity disorder. Let’s look at imagery of the video. It is subtle, but, once all of the images are put together, they strongly point towards a specific concept.
Right from the start, the video indicates that what you are about to witness is happening inside Swift’s head.
The video then alternates between shots of Swift doing stuff outside and the guy inside a dark room looking very sad. Throughout the video, Swift and the guy will never be seen together because they cannot exist at the same time. Only one alter can be triggered at a time. There is one scene where their bodies are shown together, but we do not see their faces.
During the chorus, the imagery is all about the fracturing of the core persona and the creation of alters.