Thursday August 2, 2018

My friend Ron mentioned QAnon several times this year but I never researched it because the energies were so bad. I mention them now because they surfaced at a Trump Rally on Monday as if by design. I don't waste time with conspiracies though our entire existence is based on conspiracies and lies which draw many people to them for whatever their reasons. "Q" is allegedly a lone "superhero" deep inside the government whose job it is to save people. What's disturbing is that somebody in Trump's orbit plays to this encouraging Trump to stoke it subtly. I don't plan to follow QAnon as it has the potential to create the foundation for something hostile and dangerous while attracting like-minded people in a world that is already insane, polarized and venomous. End times create strange world leaders and rebellions, which lead to anarchy. When I "look" at it, they don't appear to be the only group of this kind. These energies overlap with Nazi Germany before WWII. Stay away ...

"Q" is a fictional Trickster character as well as the name of a race in Star Trek appearing in the Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, and Voyager series, as well as in related media. The most familiar Q is portrayed by John de Lancie. He is an extra-dimensional being of unknown origin who possesses immeasurable power over normal human notions of time, space, the laws of physics, and reality itself, being capable of violating or altering them in unpredictable ways with a casual thought or hand gesture. Despite his vast knowledge and experience spanning untold eons (and much to the exasperation of the object(s) of his obsession), he is not above practical jokes for his own personal amusement, for a Machiavellian and manipulative purpose, or to prove a point. He is said to be nigh-omnipotent, and he is continually evasive regarding his true motivations. Read more

QAnon refers to a conspiracy theory centered on Q, an online handle used on several image boards by a presumably American pseudonymous individual or group of individuals claiming to have access to classified information involving the Trump administration and its opponents in the United States, and detailing a supposed secret counter-coup against the alleged "deep state". The conspiracy theory, mainly popularized by supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump under the names The Storm and The Great Awakening, has been widely characterized as a "baseless", "unhinged", and "deranged conspiracy cult". Read more from Wikipedia

What Is QAnon: Explaining the Internet Conspiracy Theory That Showed Up at a Trump Rally   New York Times - August 1, 2018

QAnon is the one conspiracy theory to rule them all   CNN - August 1, 2018

Conspiracy Theories

In the world of social media it's not difficult to start a conspiracy theory and play to the needs of those who follow. We have learned not to trust government institutions, often the press, and more. The influences are both foreign and domestic - while conclusions are based on history and personal experience. And so we muddle along, either ignoring conspiracies, following them, or playing into them - according to the way we are programmed. Corruption, diversions, and the like run the real game. There are no ways around - nor solutions to - the maze of intrigue that keeps us grounded in physical reality. . We can only wait it out until the end ... of the illusion of time. Tick tock ...