Over the past year, Taylor Swift has packed stadiums all over the world for “The Eras Tour,” a three-hour concert covering all of her albums throughout her 17-year career.
Swift also released “The Eras Tour” in theaters on October 13 and announced on November 27 that fans can stream her concert at home beginning December 13.
However, one concert performance has some fans concerned, as they believe it may contain a satanic ritual.
As Swift performs the song “Willow” from her “Evermore” album, the singer and her dancers dress in black capes and dance with orbs. Elements of Earth and fire are also a central part of the performance.
Diocese of Nashville exorcist Father Dan Reehil told ChurchPOP why the concert, which includes this performance, could spiritually endanger attendees.
He also explains how the “Willow” performance mimics witchcraft with its use of Earth, fire, black capes, and orbs.
Reehil says those who practice witchcraft “harness energy or they try to harness energy, and they look at the Earth with the elements of water, fire, Earth, and sky. They believe that they can harness this energy in some ways to do good and in some ways to do evil.”
“The problem with the concert is that whether Taylor knew she was trying to imitate witches or in fact was doing some kind of a cult ceremony during the show is sort of irrelevant to the demons,” Father Reehil continues.
“She is an incredibly talented and influential artist. And so the demons will take deep note of what she’s doing and how she’s doing it and who she’s influencing. So when they imitate these rituals with these orbs and these black capes, that looks like something you’d find in the woods.
“Even if her intent was not to practice any witchcraft or do any of the incantations, she is probably attracting a lot of demons to her concerts.
“That’s where the problem can lie because then you have these little girls who you know literally sort of worship her who are now putting themselves in a position where they could be attacked by demonic forces.
“So not saying that’s going to happen to everybody, but you’re definitely putting yourself in a very dangerous situation if you’re going to a concert where there’s somebody who’s imitating or even practicing the art of witchcraft. I would say don’t do it. Skip the concert.”