Taylor Swift鈥檚 latest video has arrived in all its glory, and while the clip is a feast for the eyes, it wouldn鈥檛 be a *true* Taylor video without plenty of hidden meaning. Fans are already looking DEEP into the 鈥溾eady for It?鈥 visual, which shows a newly hardened Swift battling a (nearly naked!) cyborg clone of her former self, and it鈥檚 no wonder, as there鈥檚 plenty to dissect! Let鈥檚 dive in, shall we?

Directed by longtime Swift collaborator Joseph Khan (who was also behind the most recent 鈥淟ook What You Made Me Do鈥 and famous 鈥淏ad Blood鈥 videos), its dark, Ghost in the Shell-like vibe and special effects make it feel like a full-on sci-fi action flick.

As fans pointed out on social media, even the video鈥檚 most basic premise was symbolic. The two Taylors, old and new, facing off on opposite sides of the glass represented what many interpreted as the old Taylor being enclosed in a glass case (perhaps by the media) for far too long before she is finally freed from her enclosure by the new Taylor. 鈥淲ho freed Taylor Swift?鈥 one fan asked. The answer? Taylor Swift.

Then, there鈥檚 that white horse the songwriter once sang about waiting for a knight to appear on in 鈥淲hite Horse鈥 (and also rode in 鈥淏lank Space鈥) 鈥 could this be a nod to the fact that she鈥檚 no longer waiting to be saved, and is acting as her own white knight?

The video also features lots of little, easy-to-miss easter eggs, not unlike 鈥LWYMMD.鈥 Fans have pointed out what could possibly be a few references to Swift鈥檚 reported boyfriend, actor Joe Alwyn 鈥 including Chinese characters that spell out 鈥淛oseph鈥 (though, to be fair, it鈥檚 also the video director鈥檚 name)鈥

Alwyn鈥檚 birth year, 1991, painted next to hers on the wall鈥

鈥 and some heavy nods to that snake theme that has dominated much of the Reputation rollout so far, with Chinese being used to read, 鈥year of the snake鈥 (which just so happens to also be the pop star鈥檚 birth year, FYI).

The 鈥淕orgeous鈥 singer also reportedly liked a post pointing out secret messages graffiti鈥檇 on the walls in the background that spell out the names of her new album songs.

Sans for a like or two, however, the 27-year-old megastar herself has been mum about any would-be clues: After all, as she wrote in an Instagram caption while introducing her latest works, 鈥淭here will be no further explanation. There will just be reputation.鈥

We鈥檙e gonna guess there鈥檒l be a lot more to come with the Nov. 10 release!

What do you think of Tay鈥檚 new video? Let us know @BritandCo!

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