To me, the red flag raised from them is the fact that they promote religion. When I say they, I’m referring to whoever posts there — could be many persons or just a hand full of a few, I’m not sure because I simply don’t follow them but have browsed their site on few occasions — often adds bible quotes and religious ideals, specifically from Christianity. I personally don’t follow any religion, anymore. I used to, and was actually a member of the Baptist denomination for 13 years, but I left all that behind in 2008, when I discovered, on my own, all the lies in those beliefs. I don’t hold this discovery against any of the fine members of the Christian religion that I became friend with as I know they are honestly deceived, and they mean well. But I just couldn’t remain friends with them, for religious reasons as our ideas simply didn’t blend anymore. I do not wish to bash the Christians or anyone from any religious faith. I simply cannot endorse or embrace any religious beliefs as I know that religion is a man-made weapon of control by those that also created and propagated many other false beliefs/ideas in our world, again, all for control of the masses. I’m not an atheist either, as I do believe and embrace a Creator (whose correct term should be Source), which is certainly nothing compared to the god fabricated by earthly religions. But this post is not to condemn nor approve beliefs, rather I wish to comment on the Q movement which, to me, is untrustworthy for the single reason they (or their members) promote religion. Whoever is aware of truth can’t possibly embrace human religions, and that includes all of them, new age as well, without exception.
This posting, by Caitlin Johnstone, is a very good analysis of the Q movement and worth a reading. Below, the video under her quotation is a satirical view of the Q movement worth of some serious consideration. When I decided to leave religion behind back in 2008, I did it with the determination to find and embrace truth, whatever that would be. If there was no God, I wanted to know and this remains my attitude today. I’m not afraid of truth, no matter how much it hurts. I’m more afraid of lies than any harsh truth can possibly bring!
“… there is no actual, tangible factual basis for the belief system which has sprouted up around QAnon. It begins, just like any other religion, as a premise of faith, and then the adherents to that faith pool their intellectual resources into the task of finding reasons to legitimize that premise. …”Caitlin Johnstone
I don’t think everything exposed by the Qs are lies. There are in fact many things they say are also corroborated by off world beings through those in contact with some of them. However, the religion is what discredit the Qs as a half-truth-half-lie source of information, just as the religions do. YouTube has posted the following “warning” under videos that mention “Q” or “QAnon” and they are using a very unreliable source, which is Wikipedia, to label the Qs as “a far-right conspiracy theory,” backed by even more unreliable sources such as the mainstream media. My conclusion is that the Qs are not a reliable source of truth, neither the ones that label them as conspiracy theory and, therefore, they are both unreliable sources of “truth.” My best advice to my readers is to follow your own truth, which is already inside of each one of us, that soundless voice that comes from your heart, not from your mind, but from your heart, where Source resides and has never gone anywhere as religions make you believe!
“QAnon is a far-right conspiracy theory. It alleges that a cabal of Satan-worshiping pedophiles is running a global child sex-trafficking ring and plotting against US President Donald Trump, who is battling against the cabal. …”Wikipedia
Unfortunately, for Wikipedia and their deceived readers, it is truth there is indeed a group of Satan-worshipers in our world and they are the creators of earthly religions! The god of the Bible, and of all other religious books, is actually him/her, who’s a leader of a legion of demons, or should we call them fallen angels as they also come from the same Source that all existence sprout from! I know this not from Q, Wikipedia or religions. I know it from off world beings without any vested interest in human lies but the very opposite.
‘Love may have a blooming going into the shift, as it ought, those with great love in their hearts responding to the realization that little else matters.”ZetaTalk®
I learned from the spirits that this planet Earth is a school for the souls. This might be an opportunity, a lesson, for each of us to show our ability to love the unlovable, as Source does, if we, as soul, aspire to achieve that level. This would add tremendously positivity to our akhashic records, a/k/a, karma. I learned from contactee and Brazilian author Domingos Yezzi, that it works as a divine algebra, where negative + negative = negative and positive + negative = positive. That’s the separation of the chaff from the wheat. We do it through our choices and actions.
The key to all of this, how to solve and move on is to forgive those that have trespassed against us so that we may also be forgiven of our own trespasses against others. This will free everyone to evolve into a higher dimension of existence; and those that wish otherwise, will go into a lower dimension of existence. It’s all by our own choice, through our own actions, which condemn or elevate us. Sin, as religions call harmful actions, is resolved with good actions and we are the only one that can bring about this resolution for ourselves. The savior story is a lie, a trap for souls to be harvested.