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QAnon Leaders Are Now Encouraging Their Members To ‘Experience Physical Death’

A couple of years ago, some members of the QAnon movement (which many experts consider to be a cult), gathered in Dallas to await the return of the late President John F. Kennedy and his son, John Jr.

The people in Dallas were being led by a man named Michael Brian Protzman, who is known as Negative48 by his closest followers, all of whom believe that baby-eating pedophiles control the major governments of the world, including the United States.

But while most of the QAnon rhetoric has been aimed at others, especially Democratic political figures, an offshoot of the group is now suggesting that it may be time for members to “experience physical death,” which is setting off alarm bells for those who warn the movement is entering a dark phase that may culminate with a mass suicide event such as the one that Jim Jones led in Guyana circa 1978, when 909 people killed themselves by drinking fruit punch laced with cyaninde.

According to Vice:

While the group initially appeared to be waiting for the reappearance of JFK,  over the weekend, the tone of Protzman’s comments shifted dramatically. Besides proclaiming that he was God’s representative on earth, he also took part in a video chat where participants openly spoke about having to experience death in order to learn the truth.

“Ultimately… we have to experience that physical death… let go… come out on the other side,” one of the participants in the video call suggested.

Where were members to meet next? Waco, Texas:

The administrator of Protzman’s Telegram channel posted a screenshot of a navigation app showing the destination as Waco, Texas, where in 1993 a monthslong law enforcement siege of the Mount Carmel compound belonging to the Branch Davidian religious sect ended with 76 people dead, including 25 children.

That led Mike Rothschild, author of The Storm Is Upon Us, which is about QAnon, to tweet out a warning:

“The moment when the leaders of a cultic group start talking about the need for physical death to reach utopia is the moment to get the authorities involved.”

Though it’s impossible to predict what will happen next with a group of people as mentally unstable as QAnon believers, we could all awaken one morning and see the tragic results of such apocalyptic beliefs.


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Actor Jim Caviezel Claims Some People Harvest The Organs Of Children To Obtain Strength

Actor Jim Caviezel is probably best known for two movies: 1998’s “The Thin Red Line” and 2004’s “The Passion of the Christ.”

Caviezel’s latest film is entitled “Sound of Freedom” and deals with the subject of children being sexually trafficked around the world. The movie also contains references to well-known conspiracy theories from the QAnon movement, including the lie that wealthy liberal elites kill children, drink their blood and harvest their adrenochrome, which allows adults to remain strong and youthful.

“Sound of Freedom” will be screened on July 19 for failed, twice-indicted former president Donald Trump at his Bedminster golf club in New Jersey.

Caviezel was a guest on Steve Bannon’s “War Room” podcast today, and he said he had a message for Trump as he prepares to see “Sound of Freedom.”

“I also want to say to Donald Trump, then when you watch this movie, you will be at peace and at rest because you, more than anyone, have done incredible things Jesus talks about, that you know faith without works is dead,” Caviezel told Bannon, also comparing Trump to King David, a Biblical figure who was the third king of Israel, circa 1000 BCE.

The actor continued, “I believe Donald Trump was selected by God Almighty, and I’m talking about the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit God.”

Then came the QAnon references to drinking blood to obtain adrenochrome, with Caviezel noting:

“That’s why the devil wants to kill him, wants to hurt them. It’s always been this way since Pharaoh and then to Herod and now but more than ever and enslaving them and doing many, many things including organ harvesting and adrenochroming. And I will say that until I’m, you know, I’m dead.”

“It’s true, and there will be a lot of things that are going to come out,” he added.

And of course no right-wing conspiracy theorist can carry on a conversation without bringing up the subject of Hunter Biden’s laptop.

“Well, eventually we’ll get to see what Trump talked about, the Hunter laptop from hell; what’s on that,” Caviezel insisted. “It’s from hell.”

This isn’t the first time Caviezel has weighed in on the matter of adrenochrome.

In 2021, he told an audience:

“When you are scared, you produce adrenaline. If a child knows he’s going to die, his body will secrete this adrenaline, and they have a lot of terms that they use.

“But it’s the worst horror I’ve ever seen, is adrenochroming, even if I never, ever, ever, ever saw it.”


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Trump May Have Just Used A Coded Message As A Signal To Conspiracy Theorists For His Tuesday Arraignment

In a posting on his Truth Social platform today, failed one-term, twice-impeached former president Donald Trump went off on an all-caps rant that a reporter on religious extremism says should be of great concern as the disgraced ex-president faces arraignment Tuesday on federal criminal charges for mishandling classified information.

The post from Trump which was shared earlier this afternoon reads:


Be sure and note mention of the “seal” being broken, religion reporter and extremism expert Jeff Sharlet warns. It has special significance to those in the QAnon conspiracy movement and other right-wing religious extremists.

Sharlet explained his concerns on Twitter.

“QAnon & many fundamentalists will read this—& I don’t think it’s a stretch to imagine Trump’s people are aware of that—as both the indictment & 7th seal of Revelation, the opening of which heralds the second coming of Christ.”

“This, combined with Saturday’s claim that World War III ‘WILL’ occur if he’s not back, & that he is the ‘only one’ who can stop the obliteration of the world, are claims to divinity.”

“As I write in THE UNDERTOW, Trumpism’s a kind of bastardized American gnosticism, an ecstatic doomsday/utopian faith in secrets & ‘strength.’ Some QAnon followers make the gnostic connection explicit. Here’s some of the most famous gnostic text, ‘The Thunder, Perfect Mind’:

For those who have read the Book of Revelation, those lines have the echo of “I am the Alpha and Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End.” (Revelation 22:13).

Revelation was David Koresh’s favorite book of the Bible. It was also big with Charles Manson. In other words, it’s a favorite source of dark inspiration for terrorists and mass murderers.

Let’s hope security is airtight tomorrow in Miami when Trump shows up to be arraigned.


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QAnon Members Angry With Trump For Eating McDonald’s Because ‘They Use Human Meat In Their Burgers’

During his visit to East Palestine, Ohio, disgraced, one-term, twice-impeached ex-president Donald Trump decided to stop by a local McDonalds, where he bragged that he probably knew the menu better than the people who worked there.

As Newsweek reports:

Trump told employees that he knew what was on the restaurant’s menu “better” than they did on Wednesday while visiting a McDonald’s in the eastern Ohio village, near the site of a toxic train derailment earlier this month.

A clip of the moment captured on video and shared to Twitter by The Recount had been seen more than a million times as of Wednesday evening.

“What’s your specialty today? Hello everybody. That’s a nice, beautiful group of people.
“So, I know this menu better than you do. I probably know it better than anybody in here.”

However, some of Trump’s most ardent constituents in the QAnon movement were not happy with the Donald being at a McDonald’s because they claim the fast food chain uses “human meat” in their hamburgers.

Take a look at some of the madness that circulated on social media:

That led to endless mockery of the QAnon nuts.


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Greene Dismisses Her Support For QAnon By Saying She ‘Got Sucked Into Things On The Internet’

Now that she’s helped get Kevin McCarthy elected as Speaker of the House and will soon be allowed back on congressional committees, Georgia GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (a.k.a. Marge the Bigot) wants us all to forget about the bizarre and disgusting things she’s said about the LGBTQ community, Jewish space lasers, and the QAnon cult that continues to predict Donald Trump will be restored to the presidency any day now.

The first step in Ms. Greene’s reputation rehabilitation took place Sunday on Fox News, where she was asked by host Howard Kurtz about her allegiance to bullshit conspiracy theories.

“But in fairness, didn’t you also say around that period that you’d been a follower of QAnon conspiracy theories and you had rethought this and you were no longer influenced by the group?” Kurtz asked.

Marge replied:

“Well, like a lot of people today, I had easily gotten sucked into some things I had seen on the internet. But that was dealt with quickly early on. I never campaigned on those things. That was not something I believed in. That’s not what I ran for Congress on. So, those are so far in the past.”

Got sucked into some things on the internet? So it’s the fault of the internet that Greene chose to believe that western governments are led and controlled by Satan-worshiping pedophiles who eat the brains and drink the blood of children? What sort of moron chooses to accept and spread such nonsense?

Here’s what else QAnon cultists believe. By extension, Greene made it clear she also believed these things, as documented by The Guardian:

  • QAnon also has its roots in much older antisemitic conspiracy theories. The idea of the all-powerful, world-ruling cabal comes straight out of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, a fake document purporting to expose a Jewish plot to control the world that was used throughout the 20th century to justify antisemitism.
  • Participation in QAnon also often involves vicious online harassment campaigns against perceived enemies, which can have serious consequences for the targets.

Antisemitism. Online harassment. The dissemination of lies that harm others. That’s what QAnon and Greene support. But now we’re just supposed to forget about her past comments and pretend they never happened? We shouldn’t and we won’t.

Marjorie Taylor Greene is one of the most dangerous people in the U.S. Congress. And now she’s about to have even more power. That can’t be good for this country.