The Q Phenomenon & Pope Francis…

The Q Phenomenon & Pope Francis…

Note: the video originally at the top of this thread, was later marked “private” – unable to view…


From The American Thinker…

Q first appeared in October 2017 on an anonymous online forum called 4Chan, posting messages that implied top-clearance knowledge of upcoming events. More than 3,000 messages later, Q has created a disturbing, multi-faceted portrait of a global crime syndicate that operates with impunity. Q’s followers in the QAnon community faithfully analyze every detail of Q’s drops, which are compiled here and here.

The mainstream media has published hundreds of articles attacking Q as an insane rightwing conspiracy, particularly after President Trump seemed to publicly confirm his connection to it. At a North Carolina rally in 2019, Trump made a point of drawing attention to a baby wearing a onesie with a big Q.

If you’re unfamiliar with Q or only know it through the media’s attacks, I’d like to provide a brief introduction to this extraordinary phenomenon. I’ve followed Q since the first drop, and I’ve grown increasingly impressed by the accuracy, breadth and depth of Q’s messages. Q followers were prepared long in advance for the easing of hostilities with North Korea, the deflation of the mullahs of Iran, and the discovery of Ukraine as a hotbed of corruption for American politicians. They knew a great deal about Jeffrey Epstein’s activities before the public did and anticipate even more shocking revelations to come. As Q likes to say, “Future proves past.” As Q’s predictions come true, they lend retroactive credibility to the entire enterprise.

Q’s followers believe that Q is a military intelligence operation, the first of its kind, whose goal is to provide the public with secret information. Many Q followers think the Q team was founded by Admiral Michael Rogers, the former Director of the National Security Agency and former Commander of US Cyber Command. Some suspect that Dan Scavino, White House Director of Social Media, is part of the team, because the high quality of Q’s writing has the luster of a communications expert.

Q is a new weapon in the game of information warfare, bypassing a hostile media and corrupt government to communicate directly with the public. Think of Q as a companion to Trump’s twitter. Whereas Trump communicates bluntly and directly, Q is cryptic, sly and subtle, offering only clues that beg for context and connection.
Here’s the way it works: Q posts messages (also known as “drops” or “crumbs”) on an anonymous online forum, which are discussed, analyzed, and critiqued by the board’s inhabitants. (The forum has changed a few times after massive online attacks.) Hundreds of social media accounts then spread Q’s latest posting to worldwide followers who share their research, analysis, and interpretations of Q’s latest information…

The “fake news” decried by President Trump is losing credibility and audience by the day. Q has exposed the 4 A.M. drops that provide the daily talking points to media personnel, so they can all parrot the same propaganda. Q has also named various journalists whom he says take bribes.

[It is painful to learn that] “those you trust the most” (in Q’s phrase) are deceiving you. Beloved celebrities, religious leaders, doctors, educators, innovators, and do-gooders are all in on the hoax…

[Deborah Franklin, author of above article in The American Thinker lists various sayings of Q including the following…]

We know what happens in the end. God wins. Many times, Q has asked us to pray. He’s quoted the famous Biblical lines of Ephesians 6:12, “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.” We’re living through monumental times. It’s comforting that Q believes that if we work together, God wins. End of extracts…  Note: Deborah Franklin is the pen name of a writer who fears professional retribution.  Source


So, with “religious leaders” listed among those who are “in on the hoax”, what is the likelihood that Pope Francis might be implicated in the Q phenomenon?  Remember, as one commentator on YouTube notes: The term “conspiracy theories” was invented by the CIA in order to make people who question the JFK assassination look foolish. What is really foolish is to believe that there are no conspiracies.

Personally, I don’t know what to think about the Q phenomenon – what do YOU think?

Comments (60)

  • carlos10101

    I’ve followed Q from afar, I don’t go on the Chans but keep abreast of developments through Praying Medic and a couple of others. I’m intrigued and hopeful but ultimately agnostic about the whole thing. My gut tells me Q is President Trump and a few trusted advisers playing head games with their globalist enemies while dropping crumbs/clues to stoke the zeal of their base.

    I’ve decided that I will make up my mind to accept or dismiss the phenomenon after the 2020 election. If I don’t see mass arrests and heads rolling after Trump is safely ensconced in a second term, then I will presume the whole thing was an elaborate larper psy-op.

    As for our Holy Father, with or without Q, I believe our pontiff is seriously compromised. Assuming Q is true, I suspect that his mitered head will find its way to the chopping block during the Storm.

    January 15, 2020 at 1:24 am
    • Connie

      I am going to report QAnon to every Catholic Bishop in the state of New York, to me this is a Satanic cult, and it makes me sick, Pope Francis is the most compassionate kindest person who cares about all of humanity, I have also noticed that QAnon thinks anyone who does not support Donald Trump are involved in child sex trafficking, and satan worshippers and this is a sick, cult.

      June 27, 2020 at 1:57 am
      • carlos10101

        I’m sure most bishops are aware of Q already, but go right ahead, I’d be very interested in your results.

        Qanon has never said that anyone who doesn’t support Trump is into child sex trafficking. Q has merely asserted that there are child sex traffickers among Trumps most vociferous opponents. As for our holy father, Francis is too close to child molesting priests, has promoted and protected too many of them for any reasonable person not to be wary of him.

        When this is all over it may very well turn out that the Pope is the head of this international child sex trafficking ring. It’s not beyond the pale of possibility. Just stop and consider how many bishops and cardinals have already been caught [in compromising circumstances]. Remember the [homosexual] orgy in the Vatican? The fish rots from the head down, as they say. [Ed: however you speak in your own home or within your own circle of friends is none of my business. On this blog, though, we avoid using crudities – even mild crudities, as far as possible. Denouncing the sexual immorality sadly afflicting the Church in our times is one thing – doing it via the use of sexual crudity is quite another and a tad ironic, to say the least…]

        If this turns out to be the case, my faith will not be dimmed in the slightest. I am Catholic now and forever, [whatever the Pope does] And if Qanon exposes him as ‘the abomination’, I will send Q a hearty thank you as I await “Habemus Papem” to be shouted across St. Peter’s Square.

        June 27, 2020 at 2:44 pm
      • Athanasius


        While I certainly do not believe any report suggesting or hinting that Pope Francis would sexually harm children, I likewise reject your fawning over this Pontiff as a kind person who cares for all humanity.

        Pope Francis is not on this earth, sitting on the Throne of Peter, to prove to the world how good a humanitarian he is. His remit is to get souls to heaven by preaching the necessity of the Catholic religion for salvation, as the Popes have always done. In this regard he’s a manifest failure before God and men.

        If people would stop viewing this Pope from a purely natural point of view, looking instead at his tenure from a supernatural faith viewpoint, as Catholics are supposed to, then the last thing they could say about Francis is that he is a friend of humanity. A true friend of humanity would be fixated on drawing souls to God through the Church and her teaching, not on contentious earthly matters like refugees, climate change and the like. If His Holiness spent half the time speaking of the Commandments of God and the moral teaching of the Church that he spends on defending Socialist (Communist) doctrine, then the world, and humanity, would be in a far better place right now. Open your eyes!

        June 27, 2020 at 4:00 pm
  • RCAVictor

    I’ve seen references to “Q” in various places, but never looked into it. I was surprised to learn that Q has only been around since October of 2017 – quite a following for such a short shelf-life!

    On the subject of so-called conspiracy theories, Catholics should recall the many papal exposes of the hidden conspiracies of the Freemasons against the Church and against Western Civilization, exposes beginning not long after this evil sect surfaced in 1717 in London. So if Catholics are going to reject these theories without investigating them, then I suppose they are also rejecting papal wisdom, papal warnings and papal documents. Conspiracies do exist, and have existed since the dawn of recorded history.

    (One variation of the rejection of conspiracies is characterized as the “Reds under the bed” mentality, which several bloggers, including a priest, have exhibited over the years.)

    On the subject of Pope Benedict’s resignation, I recall that Michael Matt of The Remnant, after Donald Trump was elected, publicly asked the US Justice Department to investigate whether Obama was involved in the mysterious resignation of Pope Benedict, and cited the immediate restoration of credit card transactions for the Vatican after his resignation – transactions which had been suspended since the beginning of 2013.

    As to whether Pope Francis is a member of the “Deep State,” or just its useful idiot saturated in Marxist lies and stupidity, I prefer the latter explanation. Speaking of Francis and Q, I believe Q predicted early in 2018 that it was not going to be a very good year for Pope Francis. Sure enough, the McCarrick scandal exploded later that year.

    Finally, as early as 1798, John Robison was exposing the details of the conspiracy known as the French Revolution:

    Also on the French Revolution Masonic conspiracy, Abbe Barruel wrote a book the same year called “Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism, ” translated into English the following year.

    January 15, 2020 at 5:41 pm
  • Elizabeth

    To be honest I think we do not know the half of what goes on, whether in our security services here or in US or global politics. And to be even more honest, I think if we did know we would be scared to get up in the mornings!
    There is a very dangerous underworld, or over world, that has enormous power and perhaps very few scruples about what they do. We can pray for peace and justice then gather our children or grandchildren in our arms and hope for a better world for them to inherit.

    January 15, 2020 at 7:07 pm
    • RCAVictor


      Beautifully said. I wonder if there has ever been as much powerful evil in the world as there is now.

      January 15, 2020 at 10:27 pm
    • catholicconvert1

      Regarding your last line Elizabeth, you reminded me of a poem by Philip Larkin, the last verse of which goes like this:

      Man hands on misery to Man
      It deepens like a coastal shelf
      Get out as early as you can
      And don’t have any kids yourself

      April 18, 2020 at 8:43 pm
      • editor


        And that is exactly what the climate change brigade and the evolutionist brigade (not to mention the official child-murderers) want you to believe – that children are the problem… Stop bringing them into the world… They are damaging “our” planet !

        Yet, who was that scientist who famously reminded everyone that “With every mouth, God sends a pair of hands” 😀

        April 18, 2020 at 9:43 pm
      • catholicconvert1

        You are quite wrong…so wrong. I do not blame the children at all, in fact, it’s because I like children that I genuinely do feel sorry for them being brought into a world filled with disease, pain, suffering, pollution, environmental destruction etc. I’m not a green freak, and what I know about ecology etc you could fit on the back of a postage stamp. I just use my common sense. If you live in an impoverished country in Africa or Asia, in a ghastly hovel, with little nourishment, no sanitation, clean water, medical care and streams of human effluent running past your slum, my common sense would dictate to me not to procreate, or to have fewer children. I once watched a doc (years ago), and one segment in it, this woman in Tanzania had 22 children and many of them died, leaving a small number to take care of her in her dotage. If she had fewer children in the first instance, then she might have been able to focus her energies on them, instead of bringing 22 into poverty and misery and watching them die.

        The powers that be gave the go ahead to building 2,000 houses at Lodge Hill, a Site of Special Scientific Interest, and a stronghold of Nightingales. Originally, until 2018, the plan was to build 5,000 houses. However, after a campaign led by the RSPB, they backed down and said that only 500 houses would be built, and they pledged not to build on the site. However, there are still issues if the houses are built adjacent to the site such as noise. Nightingales have declined by 90% in the last 50 years and there are only 5,500 pairs, with 85 at Lodge Hill.

        The same issue can be seen on a grander scale in the Amazon (yes that rainforest again), and the ancient and lush rainforest of Africa and Asia which are homes to rare species such as Gorillas, Elephants, Chimpanzees, Orangutans etc. The Amazon is home to countless rare and unique species of plant and animal, not to mention, undiscovered species too.

        When the populations of these countries increase, what will become of these regions?

        April 19, 2020 at 6:07 pm
      • editor


        I’m clearly NOT wrong – you have spent quite some time in trying to convince us that poor people shouldn’t have children – especially in Africa or Asia. You appear not to know that it is in those countries that the pro-life culture is strongest.

        I remember hearing the story of one poor man with a whole bunch of children receiving a visit from the tribal chief who looked at them all and then said sympathetically to their father: “These are they who make a rich man poor” to which the Father replied: “No…these are they who make a poor man rich!”

        Nobody has to have children. There’s no commandment that says anyone has to use the means by which God allows us to pro-create. What is prohibited, but which the West nevertheless is determined to foist upon those pro-life cultures is the culture of death – contraception and abortion.

        If you worry yourself about the global warming / climate change propaganda you’ll find yourself advocating every immoral practice under the sun.

        Our Lord has assured us that not even sparrow falls from a tree to the ground, without Him knowing it. Divine Providence etc. The Africans don’t want western “civilisation” in terms of contraception and abortion, and tell us that we have no right to impose these things on them. I agree.

        April 19, 2020 at 7:43 pm
      • catholicconvert1


        You didn’t answer my last question. I repeat, what will become of these areas as a result of the inevitable population increase?

        If I was dirt poor, in Africa, Asia or Latin America, in the surroundings which I described above, I would simply not have children. What is pro-life about about having seven children in a favela for example, and then watch them eke out a wretched existence, if they are lucky enough to survive childhood, and repeat the whole dismal cycle of bringing children into a life of misery. To me that is not pro-life. Fair enough, they having bringing ‘new life’ into the world, but it’s not pro-life. The poor of the third world are victims of an exploitative and capitalist/ imperialist system, and when the time comes when the west, instead of raping these areas, assists these nations by building hospitals, clinics, schools, wells for clean water, modern hygienic toilets, inoculations etc and maybe even write off their debts to the west, then nothing will change. We colonise these countries, enslave the inhabitants, take the land, and exploit the minerals and resources and then have the brass neck to ‘loan’ them money.

        Another thing is patriarchy. Men in these countries believe it is a sign of manliness to sire as many children as they can, and if they have no children or fewer children, then they don’t meet the ideal. The fact is, women in these countries often don’t have a right to say ‘no’, and are basically brood mares. The amount of women you see on the TV, nursing an emaciated child, or children and the obvious pain in her eyes. The children have no idea of how to offer up their suffering. These people don’t even have a clue about NFP, because the men think it’s their God-given right to have sex when they want it.

        What a world.

        April 20, 2020 at 5:42 pm
      • Lily

        Catholic Convert 1,

        I have found your comments on this interesting because you seem to believe there is a connection between poverty and population. This is quite wrong. I found this article interesting myself, so I hope you do as well

        You are right to talk about the way western governments, including UK governments of both left and right, have exploited the poor nations of the world, forcing contraception and abortion on them against their will, and making aid conditional upon these things – totally shocking. But the bottom line is, there is no correlation between poverty and population. Check out that link – it is very clear, IMHO.

        April 20, 2020 at 6:33 pm
      • catholicconvert1


        I’m not saying poverty and population are inextricably linked, there are other factors, but in countries that are already impoverished, it is a factor. People already in poverty and misery having large families which they cannot feed or support. How can people better themselves like this? I was interested to read the comments on rewarding entrepreneurship. Some people, a small number, become rich, but the overwhelming majority get left behind to continue living as they did before. Likewise, I do not believe that an increasing population leads to more labour. Sometimes, there is not enough work to go around. Sometimes, there are ‘too many people’ but not enough work. Likewise, I do not believe this for one minute: consistent rule of law for all citizens, property rights, sensible regulation, and a culture that encourages and rewards entrepreneurial behavior. There are people living in poverty and misery in the UK, which I grant, are not the result of overpopulation, but rather government policy.

        Nobody has answered my question: what is to be done when the human population inevitably increases? In Brazil, do they start chopping down the Amazon for housing and farmland? Do they do the same to the jungles and rainforests of Africa and Asia?

        I’m not advocating the culture of death, I’m interested in solutions that are just to man and nature.

        April 20, 2020 at 7:38 pm
      • editor


        You are clearly advocating imposing contraception and abortion on the African and Asian countries for which you express concern, due to their large families. All talk of solutions “just to man and nature” is redolent of “green” propaganda. What about solutions operating under the guidance of Divine Providence?

        However, the culture in those countries is very hostile to such western imposition – a young woman took the BBC interviewer to task in one broadcast which stands out in my mind, a year or so ago, more or less telling the interviewer to mind her own blankety blank business; they don’t want our “help” thank you very much.

        No Catholic can advocate these immoral practises. You speak as if your idea of “betterment” of the lives of the peoples in these countries is identical to our shallow ambitions for our “betterment” – much of which will take us to Hell. Check out the interesting short film below, on our wonderful western way of life (where – as one priest once told me – the sterile “marriages” are countless. Large families are, for the most part, a thing of the past. )

        Just bear this in mind, as you ponder the evils of poverty. Our Lord told us, explicitly, that “the poor you will have always with you” – so can’t be all bad. There are different types of poverty, CC, and it seems to me that the very worst type of poverty has got nothing to do with the bank balance of any individual.

        Obviously, there are evil political agendas at work to make/keep life impoverished for so many – point me to any Communist dictatorship working to help the poor, for example, rather than brutally punish its people for taking two walks a day instead of the permitted one (!)

        Since you ask me for my solution to the problem of poverty in Africa and Asia, I can only say that individuals like ourselves in the west have no power to change the lot of the poor in Africa or Asia and it doesn’t matter which system of Government we put in place, because they’re all puppets under the control of the Communist elite holding the strings; thus, I’m not sure what kind of answer you are expecting from me. I can only say that there is absolutely no evil “remedy” permitted, and the women in the African and Asian countries do not want the “enlightened” gurus of population control bothering them with their evil “solutions”.

        Just because YOU, and so many people in this part of the world don’t understand that, doesn’t mean they are wrong and “we” are right. I wonder, for example, how the suicide rate among the very poor (especially women) in Africa and Asia compares to the suicide rates here in the enlightened west? Here’s the short video I mentioned above. A rich reflection, if you’ll forgive the pun…

        April 20, 2020 at 8:38 pm
      • catholicconvert1

        I will walk from Land’s End to John O’Groats if you can show me where I advocated abortion or contraception. Show me, as I’ve just re-read my posts and I cannae find nothing. I either mentioned NOT having children or NFP. Material poverty is wrong, for you to say it ‘can’t be all bad’, you’re in cuckoo land. Have you ever been in poverty? If so, you have a short memory.
        Editor: I know that you did not explicitly advocate abortion/contraception, but I’m afraid the entire tenor of your comments on this subject, scream it from the rooftops – in my humble opinion. In any event, the teaching of the Church is that the marriage act must be open to children. The options are simply abstinence – which requires an unselfish husband, not a lot of those around, in my guestimation – OR NFP; but that is only permitted for a temporary period, and for very serious reasons. just switching from contraception to NFP as if that were fine and dandy, problem sorted, is not permitted.

        And, for the record, although I’m flattered, it was not my unworthy self who said “the poor you have with you always” – it was Our Lord. Hence, my “can’t be all bad” was simply a recognition that God cannot will evil. A simple theological fact.

        Now, since there is no solution that I can offer you (or world governments) that is likely to solve the problem of world poverty, I suggest we leave the matter here. I am up to my eyes in other Catholic Truth work, so I won’t be able to blog for some time now. Anything that follows this, I’ll leave to greater minds than mine… There has to be at least one – surely?

        April 20, 2020 at 8:48 pm
      • RCAVictor


        I’m replying here since the “Reply” option has been exhausted after Editor’s reply of 8:38 to you.

        No, you are not (to repeat Editor’s statement) explicitly advocating contraception and abortion, but your thinking and your arguments are identical to those who do, namely, such unsavory people as Jeffrey Sachs and Greta Thunberg.

        That alone should give you serious pause. You have obviously succumbed to false thinking about this subject, so I suggest as a first step that you acquaint yourself with this website:

        There is a lot more information on their home page that should interest you. The Population Research Institute was founded specifically to counter false Malthusian arguments such as those you endorse.

        Meanwhile, please remind yourself that there is no such thing as “justice to nature.” That sort of statement is, once again, straight out of the mouths of the environmental extremists, not to mention an endorsement of paganism. And while we’re in reminding mode, allow me to point out that the environmental extremists and the population control extremists occupy the identical camp!

        April 20, 2020 at 10:42 pm
      • Athanasius


        You seem to be asking questions of a socio-economic nature as if to justify the anti-life mentality of this culturally Marxist modern world.

        Did not Our Lord say “the poor you will have always with you”? This is a sad fact of our exile; that earth is not now, never has been and never will be heaven. There will always be injustice, sickness, death and all manner of other suffering here because humanity is fallen and the world is tainted with it.

        It may well be that those poor wretches you speak of in Africa and Asia get to heaven before we do. I’m not suggesting that enforced poverty and suffering as a kind of religious tenet, what I’m saying is that the substance of this world, while a comfort to those who have it, is also the cause of their eternal damnation.

        Prior to Vatican II the Church did great spiritual and material good for the poor and forgotten through the missions. That all ended with the Council and now those unfortunates are left to the mercy of secular humanists whose “charity” is often dispensed with anti-life conditions, the pill and condoms!

        Exploitation of the poor is a sin crying to heaven for vengeance. It will only be redressed by a restoration of the Social reign of Our Lord, not by the advocating of Socialist principles.

        If I may say with respect, I think your natural human emotion is getting in the way of clear sightedness.

        April 20, 2020 at 11:41 pm
      • Athanasius


        You pay too much attention to the human misery side and not nearly enough attention to things eternal. It is often the case that people who live lives of hardship in their hovels go on to enjoy eternal life in heaven.

        No one would advocate poverty and hardship as acceptable, but it is well known that those who live in such dire conditions are usually closer to God, not having the substance of this world to distract them from things supernatural, which is probably what Our Lord meant when He said it’s easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of heaven. Most of the saints came from impoverished backgrounds, hence to advocate fewer children in slum conditions is to potentially deprive God and heaven of many saints.

        We always have to look at these issues through a supernatural lense instead of fixating on the relative short lives of human beings on earth.

        June 27, 2020 at 3:13 pm
  • Pius Sanctus

    Dear Editor,
    Are Q-Anon alleged ‘Masonic-Satanic-Communist-Jesuit-Jewish’ secret plots and conspiracy theories going to be discussed at the upcoming Catholic Truth Scotland conference?

    January 17, 2020 at 12:26 am
    • editor

      Plus Sanctus,

      Why do you ask?

      January 17, 2020 at 10:09 am
      • Pius Sanctus

        I’m quite interested in the phenomenon of all this 4Chan/Q-Anon stuff now being taken up in Traditionalist Catholic circles.
        If this kind of Q conspiracy (Pizzagate etc) is being discussed as part of the conference then I’m sure you’d shift a few more tickets among the type of people who probably spend a little too much time on the internet, I’d certainly be interested.

        January 18, 2020 at 7:35 am
      • editor

        Plus Sanctus,

        Our Seminar is designed to allow maximum audience interaction with our panel. So, when we have our Panel Meeting, which is arranged for February, we will be considering, among other things, the questions and comments likely to come from the audience. That is why we left the Seminar thread open, for bloggers to ask the kind of questions which you have (naturally) asked on this topic thread. It’s worth noting, too, that we will be catering for those who are happy to ask for the microphone to put their question to the panel (or a particular panellist) as well as those who prefer to put their question in writing, so anyone who wishes to make a comment or ask a question on any relevant topic, will have the opportunity to do so. All will be heard (or read!)

        In other words, we will be noting that there is an interest in the Q phenomenon, and panellists will be aware that it would be useful for them to have an opinion to hand!

        We await your ticket order!

        January 18, 2020 at 9:48 am
      • RCAVictor


        Interesting bit of ironic trivia about “Q”: the apostates (mostly Jesuits – what a shock) who formed the “Jesus Seminar” some years ago endorsed, among other screwball nonsense, the theory that all the Gospels were drawn from the same non-extant manuscript, which they called “Q.” Q, of course, unlike the internet counterpart, doesn’t exist, but served as a way to undermine Divine Revelation.

        January 22, 2020 at 5:05 pm
      • Margaret Mary

        RCA Victor,

        Why are they all picking the letter Q? That seems strange.

        It’s also odd to say “Q” (unknown entity) wrote anything, let alone Holy Scripture, LOL!

        January 23, 2020 at 6:25 pm
      • RCAVictor

        Margaret Mary,

        Good question! I guess there’s just something mysterious about the letter “Q.” Here’s another one:

        January 23, 2020 at 10:45 pm
  • gabriel syme

    This is the first time I have heard of this phenomenon and am puzzled as to what to make of it all.

    I was tempted to write it off as some batty hoax, but then if the activity of this person(s) marginalises the media and politicians then it must have some merit!

    January 17, 2020 at 11:08 am
  • RCAVictor

    I went back to the American Thinker article: there are now 824 comments under it! Many of them well worth reading.

    January 17, 2020 at 4:17 pm
    • editor

      RCA Victor,

      I’ve read some of those 841 comments under the American Think article and the verdict seems to be fairly evenly spit between “Q believers” and sceptics. I’m getting more confused by the nano-second!

      January 18, 2020 at 9:57 am
      • Athanasius

        RCA Victor & Editor

        I have always carefully avoided this Q business for the simple reason that I do not put any trust in people who write from the shadows. The Christian speaks openly, as did Our Lord, so secret informants, even though they may be genuine sources, have to be discounted just by the fact that we don’t know who they are or why they give out cryptic information. For all we know Q could be a Communist agent feeding us bits of sound information mixed with lots of misinformation. Best left alone in my opinion. I’ll stick with verifiable sources and leave the rest to the curious.

        June 27, 2020 at 3:43 pm
  • RCAVictor

    It certainly is true, for the average person who has never lifted the public square rock to see what is crawling underneath, that this whole Q-Anon phenomenon appears to fit right in with the old “Spy vs. Spy” comic strip in Mad Magazine:

    However, as I pointed out above, those who are skeptical should carefully read the condemnations of Freemasonry issued by numerous Popes…not to mention the two books I also posted above.

    January 17, 2020 at 4:38 pm
    • Margaret Mary

      RCA Victor,

      I agree – there are plenty of papal condemnations of Freemasonry to show that so-called conspiracy theories are all too often not theories at all.

      Loved your cartoon!

      January 17, 2020 at 9:30 pm
  • Nicky

    I’d never heard of Q until I read it here.

    I’m still mulling it over but it is very intriguing.

    January 18, 2020 at 1:45 pm
  • Theresa Rose

    Like Nicky I had never heard of Q until reading it here. But, there are indeed papal condemnations of freemasonry.

    January 18, 2020 at 2:43 pm
  • Laudem Gloriae

    “Q” appears to possibly be a hijacked variation of a story that I began to write online in 2015/16.

    In my story, “drops” that were delivered to the main character from a spy were shared by the main character on the site, dealing with world events that were currently happening in real life.

    Around the time that I was publishing all of this, the United Nations showed up on my site. I could see from my site log who had been there, and they were listed.

    In around May of 2017 I removed the story from the online community, and not too many months later Q appeared, basically doing the same thing but in a different way.

    As his followers developed, there came about this concept to “trust the plan,” which was also apart of my story. My main character trusted the spy, and felt safe and consoled knowing that he was out there, taking care of world events and keeping us all safe. She wanted others to have that same hope to, and to know that they are being protected and are safe and that there are good guy heroes out there working to take down the NWO.

    A coincidence? Maybe. But it is all very eerily similar. I read someone say that Q was the first person to think of doing this sort of real-time interaction regarding spy intel, but I was doing it before him.

    I find this very disconcerting, because if my story was hijacked for nefarious purposes, that is not what I intended it to be used for.

    April 13, 2020 at 5:19 am
    • Josephine

      That’s unnerving – that the UN were monitoring your site.

      However, I got the impression that Q was a “good guy” trying to warn people about the deep state – some even thought it might be Trump letting things get out in the public domain that wouldn’t otherwise become known.

      April 13, 2020 at 2:12 pm
      • Laudem Gloriae

        That is essential plot of my story – a good guy trying to warn about the deep state.

        The problem is, if you look at Q, he comes across as masonic.

        How often does he talk of Christ? The NWO is anti-Christ, and specifically – anti-Catholic. Yet Q talks about all religions being equal – that is classic masonic talk.

        There are too many red flags that this is a psyop intended to lead people into the NWO.

        April 13, 2020 at 3:26 pm
      • RCAVictor

        Laudem Gloriae,

        There have been a couple of positive articles about Q, or Q-Anon, or whatever he’s called, on The American Thinker website earlier this year. I really don’t know what to make of him (them?), but I don’t understand your statement that warning people about the NWO is a way of leading them into it. Could you elaborate?

        April 13, 2020 at 5:10 pm
      • Laudem Gloriae

        RCAVictor, I am just referring to the tactic wherein if you cannot hide the plan, control it. Control how people think of it, and then subtly lead them right into it.

        The agenda for the NWO has been there for people to find for a long time, but with the advent of the internet it has become increasingly hard to keep at bay. In the old days, it was easy to label people who talked about these things as conspiracy freaks. It is getting harder and harder to do so.

        So what do you do if you are a NWO advocate who realizes the evil plot of the NWO can no longer be kept at bay? Get control of the message and what people should be thinking about it. Most particular, get control of what they should be DOING about it.

        April 14, 2020 at 9:27 pm
      • Athanasius

        Laudem Gloriae

        I think Gordon Brown added weight to that theory when he declared that the virus should be dealt with by a one-world government that would co-ordinate finance and medical strategies for the duration.

        There’s also the recurring message from authoritative figures “life will never be the same again”. It does look like there’s something more sinister going on.

        April 13, 2020 at 8:36 pm
  • Laudem Gloriae

    RCAVictor, I am just referring to the tactic wherein if you cannot hide the plan, control it. Control how people think of it, and then subtly lead them right into it.

    The agenda for the NWO has been there for people to find for a long time, but with the advent of the internet it has become increasingly hard to keep at bay. In the old days, it was easy to label people who talked about these things as conspiracy freaks. It is getting harder and harder to do so.

    So what do you do if you are a NWO advocate who realizes the evil plot of the NWO can no longer be kept at bay? Get control of the message and what people should be thinking about it. Most particular, get control of what they should be DOING about it.

    April 14, 2020 at 9:24 pm
    • editor

      Laudem Gloriae,

      That’s very interesting – if you can’t hide the plan, control the plan and how people think of it” – because in today’s Coronavirus Update from Downing Street, one of the medical experts, answering a question from a journalist, quoted an Austrian psychologist who said “When we are no longer able to change a situation – we are challenged to change ourselves.” In other words, live with it. I noticed that immediately – even before I read your comment just now 😀

      In even more other words – I’m onto them!

      April 14, 2020 at 10:36 pm
      • Laudem Gloriae

        That is some serious synchronicity! Thank you for sharing.

        If you want, feel free to stop by my Twitter account. I am waiting to see where this (the situation with my possibly hijacked story) will all go… @Charity_Knight_

        April 14, 2020 at 11:02 pm
      • editor

        Thank you – I’m not on Twitter but will try to read your feed.

        A few minutes later…

        The Twitter feed labelled Charity Knight is very anti Trump – is that you? I thought I’d stumbled into the CNN [fake] news studio!

        April 14, 2020 at 11:16 pm
      • Athanasius


        I found the Twitter account Laudem Gloriae linked but saw nothing of an anti-Trump nature. You have obviously been directed to another account, perhaps with a similar name. Is that the Q phenomenon at work or are we talking IQ here? Don’t answer that and please don’t punish me!

        April 15, 2020 at 12:51 am
      • editor


        There’s nothing wrong with your IQ 😀

        Or, put another way,

        Watch it !

        April 15, 2020 at 1:24 pm
      • Laudem Gloriae

        That is strange. I am not anti-Trump. Here is a link:

        April 15, 2020 at 1:04 am
      • editor

        Thank you Laudem Gloriae,

        I was on the wrong page – I just Googled and to an awful site up so after a quick glance at yours, I’m relieved. Will take a proper look asap. Today I’m swamped.

        April 15, 2020 at 1:24 pm
      • Laudem Gloriae


        No worries. Just info. for you to have if you are interested.

        Also, one other interesting occurrence for the record: on a site like this, my comment went through.

        However, on huge sites like Reddit & YouTube (which I think is associated with Google – the Google that is NWO) I am noticing that my comments are mostly disappearing into thin air. They will show for me on my browser, but when checked in another way, they are not there at all for anyone else to see.

        I just find that interesting to add. Clearly, something appears to be likely going on to hide what I have to say.

        April 15, 2020 at 5:11 pm
  • Athanasius

    My proposal would be that anyone who fails to speak plainly should be discarded as not on the side of truth. I put no trust whatever in people who deliver coded messages when the world is crying out for simple truth. Ambiguity and/or obscurity in speech or writing is certainly not Catholic!

    April 15, 2020 at 12:47 am
    • Laudem Gloriae

      The ‘Q’ phenomenon is very gnostic, which I agree, makes it highly suspect.

      My original story was never coded in the way that Q works. Q only speaks in code. My story did not.

      The only time there was any “coding” involved was when there was communication between two people that needed protected from prying eyes for the sake of the mission. It was always interpretable by those who understood how to interpret it. No guesswork needed.

      The only “guesswork” coding was when the good guy would send just enough information to let the MC (main character) know to pray and watch the news to put everything together about where he was and what he was doing. This was because the mission could not be clear enough to be intercepted, and because they could never be together until his mission was complete.

      In my story, they have not been together for 20 years…and counting.

      This was their only lifeline to one another. With the advances in technology though, she could communicate openly via any platform she liked, and it would reach him.

      April 15, 2020 at 1:16 am
      • Athanasius

        I can well understand and accept the need for coded communications in the scenario you describe, which is perfectly fine anyway in a work of fiction. As you say, though, that work of fiction may have been hijacked and turned into something altogether more sinister. Best thing for all Catholics to do is ignore it.

        April 15, 2020 at 1:21 am
      • Laudem Gloriae

        That is what troubles me. I never wrote it to be turned into something more sinister (if that is what has happened, and I do not know). The idea I had was to give people hope. Not a complacent hope though, like Q seems to advocate, where they would just trust whatever was happening in the world and never speak up. But to have the trust and hope that my character did – the trust and hope that God is in control, and that He works through many people to bring about a great good in our world. But never to just sit back and do nothing.

        April 15, 2020 at 1:46 am
      • Athanasius

        Laudem Gloriae

        I understand perfectly where you’re coming from, but what can any of us do if some nefarious creature steals our work and turns it into something it was never intended to be? I suppose we can only leave it to God, secure in the knowledge that He can fix what we can’t. Whatever the case, you could not be blamed for someone else’s sinful abuse of a good work.

        April 15, 2020 at 2:05 am
      • Laudem Gloriae

        Thank you. 🙂

        Actually, I plan to steal it back. 😉

        Stay tuned…

        April 15, 2020 at 2:41 am
      • Athanasius

        Good for you!

        April 15, 2020 at 4:09 am
      • Laudem Gloriae


        April 15, 2020 at 1:18 pm
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        April 15, 2020 at 1:19 pm
  • editor

    Here is something interesting about Q – just arrived in my inbox today…

    April 18, 2020 at 7:55 pm
    • RCAVictor


      This seems to undercut the theory that “Q” or “Q-Anon” or whatever he/she/it/them is called, is steering people into accepting the NWO.

      As for Q him(?)self, I recently asked a friend in my parish, who is knowledgeable about such things, about it, and his opinion was that Q was a fake.

      Perhaps Q endorsed this movie to shore up his credibility…

      April 18, 2020 at 11:03 pm

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