The Q of Delusion

Joke to start.

A man visits a wise man and meets his three daughters…

He’s staying for the night and each of the girls come to him in turn to offer their hospitality.

The first one tells him her name is June because she was born in June. She is well practiced in fortune telling and gives him advice on the future.

The second one tells him her name is August because she was born in August. She practices medicine and gives him a complete physical.

The third one tells him her name is Maple because she was born in the neighboring town. She tells him of a great treasure buried beneath the family stables.

After digging for an entire night, he returns empty-handed to the house covered in dirt and animal excrement. He complains to the wise man about Maple’s deception.

The wise man replies “oh you must have met April. April fools.”

Yes. the Man was deceived because he was looking for something he had preconcieved in his mind without looking at the larger picture in life. Unfortunately, That is what is happening to alot of our brothers and sisters in the movement. Today I want to address a partcularily destructive deception that has infiltrated the assemblies. That is the deception of Q. The word Q has alot of different variations and meanings which I will address but out of all of them there is one definition I would like you to pay careful attention to.

The defintion of Queue

Webster defines as – a waiting line especially of persons or vehicles 3a: a sequence of messages or jobs held in temporary storage awaiting transmission or processing b: a data structure that consists of a list of records such that records are added at one end and removed from the other

Sometimes people are looking for the homonym cue, or “a signal to start or do something” (“The lights just went out—that’s my cue to start the movie.”).  “queue” comes from Old French “cue” or “coe” — a tail. … But starting from the 16th century, “queue” became associated with a line of dancers — and almost three hundred years after, with a line of people. “Queue” has an alternative definition of “braid of hair hanging down behind

These defitionins convey the idea of something that is in line to happen before the next thing happens or a chain of events.

We know that we have undergone a very tumultuous last four years with a President that was probably the most loved, and the most hated at the same time. In fact, a good tombstone epitaph might read “he had all the right friends, and he has all the right enemies. Some could even claim that President Trump, in the words of Winston Churchill ” “You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life,” stood up from something that was outside the agenda of the NWO system. As an aside,  the quote is actually a modernized variation of a passage Hugo wrote in his 1845 essay “Villemain:” “You have enemies? Why, it is the story of every man who has done a great deed or created a new idea. It is the cloud which thunders around everything that shines. Fame must have enemies, as light must have gnats. Do not bother yourself about it; disdain. Keep your mind serene as you keep your life clear.”

But Trump inspired so many Christians and Messianics alike because in him we say a champion for not just constitutional rule of law (2nd amend, pro life), but a protector of our faith. This attitude spread throughout the entire world, as seen in The Carnevale de Viareggio which took place once a week until the festival ends on March 5

Yes, to them, Trump was a defender of the faith and a defender of western Judeo-Christian civilization against the barbarians everyone was sure was banging at the gates. So, it is easy to see how such people invested all of there emotional and spiritual efforts in wanting to see him reelected. A few Christian ministers even prophecied against all odds that Trump was to win the first time around in 2016 against all odds, and all polls on all the Media channels. This started a cascading effect that that prompted many other ministers to get into the action and say “the Lord has told them Trump would win again in 2020.” Around the the same time a group of people started claiming that higher ups in the government “the good state” were going to do something about all the bad deep state actors that were trying to bring Trump down. In truth, It did seem like everyone was aligned against him even traditionally apolitical governmental institutions like the CIA and FBI. This delusion became know as Q because of these little pieces of cryptic information messages “dropped” in messaging boards frequented by right wing followers. However, as time went on, the messages and prophecies were not panning out like they were supposed to. After failed prediction and failed prediction and failed prediction, Biden was sworn in as president on the 20th of January 2021. Looking back we can see a long list of failed Q prophecies. They are as follows –

Failed predictions

—QAnon’s first post on the /pol/ message board of 4chan, on October 28, 2017

QAnon’s first prediction was that Hillary Clinton was about to be arrested and would attempt to flee the country. This prediction failed. Other failed predictions include:[100]

  • The “Storm” would take place on November 3, 2017. There were no notable events in US politics on that day.
  • The “Storm” would take place on January 20, 2021, the day of Biden’s inauguration. No coup took place and Biden was peacefully inaugurated.
  • A major event involving the Department of Defense would take place on February 1, 2018.
  • People targeted by the president would commit suicide en masse on February 10, 2018. No prominent people committed suicide that day.
  • There would be a car bombing in London around February 16, 2018. There was no bombing.
  • The Trump military parade would “never be forgotten”. The parade was canceled.
  • The Five Eyes “won’t be around much longer.” It has not been terminated.
  • Something major would happen in Chongqing on April 10, 2018. Nothing notable happened in Chongqing that day.
  • There would be a “bombshell” revelation about North Korea in May 2018. There were no notable developments.
  • A “smoking gun” video of Hillary Clinton would emerge in March 2018. No video appeared.
  • Multiple failed predictions that John McCain would resign from the US Senate. McCain remained in the Senate until his death in August 2018.
  • Multiple failed predictions that Mark Zuckerberg would leave Facebook and flee the United States. Zuckerberg remains CEO of Facebook as of February 2021.
  • Multiple failed predictions that Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey would be forced to resign. Dorsey remains CEO of Twitter as of February 2021.
  • Multiple failed predictions that Pope Francis would be arrested on felony charges. Francis has not been arrested.
  • Multiple failed predictions that “something big” would happen or the truth would emerge “next week.”
  • Multiple failed predictions that Donald Trump would be re-inaugurated on January 20, 2021 despite losing the election. Joe Biden was inaugurated as planned on January 20.

The Q of deception has struck the people of Elohim and now the good well meaning Christians, and Messianics, Essenes and what-not people of faith who placed all their hopes in this by “trusting the plan,” as Q was often known to say, were found to be DUPES. This is the situation we see outlined in on of the passages attributed to the Apostle Paul. Paul indications that there is something that MUST happened before the end time desolations.

Now we beseech you, brethren, by the coming of our Lord Jesus Messiah, and by our gathering together unto him, That ye be not soon shaken in mind, or be troubled, neither by spirit, nor by word, nor by letter as from us, as that the day of Messiah is at hand. Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition; Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so that he as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is God. Remember ye not, that, when I was yet with you, I told you these things? And now ye know what withholdeth that he might be revealed in his time. For the mystery of iniquity doth already work: only he who now letteth will let, until he be taken out of the way. And then shall that Wicked be revealed, whom YAHUWAH shall consume with the spirit of his mouth, and shall destroy with the brightness of his coming: Even him, whose coming is after the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders, And with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved. And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.

2 Thessalonians 2:1-12

People loved not the truth. People wanted so badly to beleive deliverance as they wanted it to be, was soon coming, they were open to anyone who was tickling their ears to embrace wholeheartedly a message that was NOT FROM ELOHIM. When that false message did not pan out, they lost faith. In fact the bible says –

Hope deferred maketh the heart sick

Proverbs 13:12a

Another example of people having preconceived ideas happened in the days of King Ahab of the House of Israel and Jehosaphat King of Judah around 874–c. 853 bce. Here we see that destructuve false prophecies and failed predictions are nothing new.

22 And they continued three years without war between Syria and Israel.And it came to pass in the third year, that Jehoshaphat the king of Judah came down to the king of Israel.And the king of Israel said unto his servants, Know ye that Ramoth in Gilead is ours, and we be still, and take it not out of the hand of the king of Syria?And he said unto Jehoshaphat, Wilt thou go with me to battle to Ramothgilead? And Jehoshaphat said to the king of Israel, I am as thou art, my people as thy people, my horses as thy horses.And Jehoshaphat said unto the king of Israel, Enquire, I pray thee, at the word of YAHUWAH to day. Then the king of Israel gathered the prophets together, about four hundred men, and said unto them, Shall I go against Ramothgilead to battle, or shall I forbear? And they said, Go up; for YAHUWAH shall deliver it into the hand of the king.And Jehoshaphat said, Is there not here a prophet ofYAHUWAH besides, that we might enquire of him?And the king of Israel said unto Jehoshaphat, There is yet one man, Micaiah the son of Imlah, by whom we may enquire of YAHUWAH: but I hate him; for he doth not prophesy good concerning me, but evil. And Jehoshaphat said, Let not the king say so.Then the king of Israel called an officer, and said, Hasten hither Micaiah the son of Imlah.And the king of Israel and Jehoshaphat the king of Judah sat each on his throne, having put on their robes, in a void place in the entrance of the gate of Samaria; and all the prophets prophesied before them.And Zedekiah the son of Chenaanah made him horns of iron: and he said, Thus saith YAHUWAH, With these shalt thou push the Syrians, until thou have consumed them.And all the prophets prophesied so, saying, Go up to Ramothgilead, and prosper: for the Lord shall deliver it into the king’s hand. And the messenger that was gone to call Micaiah spake unto him, saying, Behold now, the words of the prophets declare good unto the king with one mouth: let thy word, I pray thee, be like the word of one of them, and speak that which is good. And Micaiah said, As YAHUWAH liveth, what YAHUWAH saith unto me, that will I speak.So he came to the king. And the king said unto him, Micaiah, shall we go against Ramothgilead to battle, or shall we forbear? And he answered him, Go, and prosper: for YAHUWAH shall deliver it into the hand of the king.And the king said unto him, How many times shall I adjure thee that thou tell me nothing but that which is true in the name of the Lord? And he said, I saw all Israel scattered upon the hills, as sheep that have not a shepherd: and YAHUWAH said, These have no master: let them return every man to his house in peace.And the king of Israel said unto Jehoshaphat, Did I not tell thee that he would prophesy no good concerning me, but evil? And he said, Hear thou therefore the word of YAHUWAH: I saw MAR-YAH sitting on his throne, and all the host of heaven standing by him on his right hand and on his left. And YAHUWAH said, Who shall persuade Ahab, that he may go up and fall at Ramoth-gilead? And one said on this manner, and another said on that manner. And there came forth a spirit, and stood before YAHUWAH, and said, I will persuade him. And YAHUWAH said unto him, Wherewith? And he said, I will go forth, and I will be a lying spirit in the mouth of all his prophets. And he said, Thou shalt persuade him, and prevail also: go forth, and do so. Now therefore, behold, YAHUWAH hath put a lying spirit in the mouth of all these thy prophets, and YAHUWAH hath spoken evil concerning thee.But Zedekiah the son of Chenaanah went near, and smote Micaiah on the cheek, and said, Which way went the Spirit of the Lord from me to speak unto thee? And Micaiah said, Behold, thou shalt see in that day, when thou shalt go into an inner chamber to hide thyself. And the king of Israel said, Take Micaiah, and carry him back unto Amon the governor of the city, and to Joash the king’s son; And say, Thus saith the king, Put this fellow in the prison, and feed him with bread of affliction and with water of affliction, until I come in peace. And Micaiah said, If thou return at all in peace, YAHUWAH hath not spoken by me. And he said, Hearken, O people, every one of you. So the king of Israel and Jehoshaphat the king of Judah went up to Ramoth gilead. And the king of Israel said unto Jehoshaphat, I will disguise myself, and enter into the battle; but put thou on thy robes. And the king of Israel disguised himself, and went into the battle. But the king of Syria commanded his thirty and two captains that had rule over his chariots, saying, Fight neither with small nor great, save only with the king of Israel. And it came to pass, when the captains of the chariots saw Jehoshaphat, that they said, Surely it is the king of Israel. And they turned aside to fight against him: and Jehoshaphat cried out. And it came to pass, when the captains of the chariots perceived that it was not the king of Israel, that they turned back from pursuing him. And a certain man drew a bow at a venture, and smote the king of Israel between the joints of the harness: wherefore he said unto the driver of his chariot, Turn thine hand, and carry me out of the host; for I am wounded.And the battle increased that day: and the king was stayed up in his chariot against the Syrians, and died at even: and the blood ran out of the wound into the midst of the chariot. And there went a proclamation throughout the host about the going down of the sun, saying, Every man to his city, and every man to his own country. So the king died, and was brought to Samaria; and they buried the king in Samaria. And one washed the chariot in the pool of Samaria; and the dogs licked up his blood; and they washed his armour; according unto the word of YAHUWAH which he spake. Now the rest of the acts of Ahab, and all that he did, and the ivory house which he made, and all the cities that he built, are they not written in the book of the chronicles of the kings of Israel?

1 Kings 22
Snippet from an article in the Daily Beast Newspaper

These Preachers Say God Promised a 2nd Trump Term. What Now?

They told their followers that Yahuwah had told them that Trump would win. Trump lost. What else is left to say?

Kris Vallotton prophesied to all who would listen that God had told him Donald Trump would win re-election. As a senior associate minister at California’s 11,000-member Bethel Church, a swarm of eager believers received the pastor’s prophecy as Yahuwah’s unshakeable will.

“This is not about politics. I’m so sorry if it feels that way. I know how it could. Everybody in the front row knows me. It’s not about politics. If the Lord gave me this word about President Obama I would stand here and give it and I have done so before. This decree, the Lord is gonna step in sovereignly. He’s gonna bring it to a close. And it’s gonna be ugly but it’s gonna be the Lord,” Vallotton said in November of 2019, as Trump faced his impeachment trial. “And I believe the Lord’s gonna give him another term. I believe it because… the Lord wants it. ‘Cause the Lord wants it,” he went on, explaining that “I am commissioned by God to do this today. I had three dreams in one night.”

Vallotton was far from the only Christian leader claiming before the election that the Almighty had rigged the outcome. J. Gordon Melton, religion professor at Baylor University and compiler of the respected Encyclopedia of American Religions, counted at least 40 influential Christian prophets who foretold a Trump triumph. These prominent figures were joined by a cottage industry of lesser-known voices whose online declarations about Trump’s impending triumph were viewed and shared millions of times.

Vallotton was far from the only Christian leader claiming before the election that the Almighty had rigged the outcome. J. Gordon Melton, religion professor at Baylor University and compiler of the respected Encyclopedia of American Religions, counted at least 40 influential Christian prophets who foretold a Trump triumph. These prominent figures were joined by a cottage industry of lesser-known voices whose online declarations about Trump’s impending triumph were viewed and shared millions of times.

In the Christian tradition, prophets are something like God’s carrier pigeons. They receive messages directly from the Divine and are then tasked with relaying those messages to the world without alteration. The Bible is stacked with stories of revered prophets—such as Elijah, Isaiah, and Jeremiah—who risked life and limb to deliver holy writ to God’s people. And there’s a label for those who wrongly predict the future in God’s name: false prophets.

In the Bible, there’s a simple one-strike-and-you’re-out test for sorting out the counterfeits: “You may say to yourselves, ‘How can we know when a message has not been spoken by the Lord?’ If what a prophet proclaims in the name of the Lord does not take place or come true, that is a message the Lord has not spoken.”

That’s an unforgiving standard, but I didn’t make the rules, which allow for no mulligans, no gimmes, no grace period, no excuses, no wiggle room, and no appeals process. If a single prediction failed to come true, the one who spoke it was a fraud. The bar was set high to protect God’s people against abusive religious leaders.

As archaic as it may sound to the non-religious ear, there are many Christians in 21st century America who believe in prophetic gifts, and a good number of false prophets delivering God’s word to them. Pentecostalism, of which the prophetic movement is a part, is one of the fastest-growing streams of Christianity in the world. Its leaders include megachurch pastors, syndicated radio hosts, denominational heads, college presidents, televangelists, popular authors, Instagram influencers, and during the last four years, spiritual advisers to the president of the United States himself. The most popular prophets in America effortlessly fill professional sports arenas, appear atop the New York Times bestsellers list and have millions on their mailing lists. Many are also politically outspoken, which means that they can potentially influence election outcomes.

Many Americans first became aware of the existence of Christian prophets in the wake of the 2016 election when most were left slack-jawed by Trump’s surprise victory, but a handful of Christians claimed that God had told them it would happen.

These prophets weren’t exactly playing the odds. Every respectable poll forecasted that Trump would get trounced in the general election by Hillary Clinton. When prophet Jorge Parrot predicted a Trump victory in 2016, for example, The New York Times was giving the Republican candidate only an 11 percent chance of winning.

News of these prophets’ predictions spread quickly. Mark Taylor, a retired firefighter from Florida, famously predicted a Trump presidency five years prior. In April of 2011, he claimed he saw Trump being interviewed on television and heard God say, “You are hearing the voice of the next president.” His account of these events became the inspiration for the bestselling book “The Trump Prophecies” and subsequent film that was released in more than 1,000 theaters nationwide.

Stories like Taylor’s and Parrot’s were like catnip to the prophetic community. By 2020, dozens of Christian foretellers were declaring that God told them Trump would secure a second term.

Los Angeles megachurch pastor Shawn Bolz prophesied that Trump would win by God’s hand and that the now-departed commander-in-chief would exhibit “more boldness in the second term.”

Pink-haired prophetess Kate Kerr declared via YouTube that God had transported her to heaven in order to personally tell her of Donald Trump’s re-election, which she said would “make America greater than ever.” Kerr added that Mike Pence would also win two terms as president, as would Pence’s future running mate.

Ninety-year-old televangelist and Christianity’s crazy uncle, Pat Robertson, predictably snagged a piece of the prophetic action, too. He declared in October that God told him “without question, Trump is going to win the election.” (Robertson added that there would be assassination attempts in Trump’s second term, and that the apocalypse would follow in the form of an asteroid smashing into Earth.)

In the days following the 2020 election, it became clear, even to many of his closest allies, that Trump had indeed lost. A couple of prophets acted swiftly. On Nov. 7, for example, Vallotton became the first to issue a mea culpa, telling his nearly 250,000 Instagram followers in an apology, “I take full responsibility for being wrong. There’s no excuse for it.” He added, “I think it doesn’t make me a false prophet, but it does actually create a credibility gap.”

Vallotton then deleted his apology, explaining that “it appears there is significant amount of discrepancy in the process,” only to repost it after the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. That’s quite the “credibility gap.”

Others held out hope that somehow Trump would find a way to win in order to save America’s future, not to mention their public reputations. Who can forget the video of televangelist Kenneth Copeland’s manic laughter in mockery of those who believed Biden had actually won? Like his attempt to exhale the coronavirus into oblivion, the level of delusion was hard to comprehend.

By the time the clock struck noon on Jan. 20, the moment of reckoning had arrived. When Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States, these prophets’ predictions became verifiably false. There was no more room for debate. At that moment, those who had uttered countless untrue predictions in God’s name had become false prophets.

That was no surprise to me as someone who has closely studied American Christianity, and evangelicalism in particular. For one thing, many of these prophets aren’t living in caves and deserts like their biblical forebears. Paula White and Sid Roth have estimated net worths in the millions, and Kenneth Copeland’s is estimated in the hundreds of millions. Others own private jets, luxury vehicles and opulent mansions.

No wonder the Jewish prophet Micah warned against those prophets who “tell fortunes for money,” and the Jewish prophet Jeremiah warned of those who proclaim “delusions” and “speak visions from their own minds, not from the mouth of God.”

Today’s Christian prophets’ blending of religion and nationalism reminds me of the essay the late Jewish scholar Martin Buber wrote after false prophets fled Nazi Germany to teach at Hebrew University in Jerusalem:

“False prophets are not godless. They adore the god of success,” Buber wrote. Sound familiar?

“The true prophets know that little, bloated idol that goes by the name of ‘success’ through and through,” Buber continued, so that “when true prophets address the people, they are usually unsuccessful; everything in the people that craves success opposes them.”

In the Bible, by contrast, the Jewish prophets typically declare divine judgment, not prosperity. As H.W. Wolff noted in his respected book Confrontations with Prophets“The false prophet… makes things easier for his listeners.”

IN Close

My friends, I challenge you to not be so easily deceived by the every prophecy or false hope given to you. We do serve a Mighty Yah, but He has his mysterious ways to bring about His will. Instead of being so gullible and afterwards, facing the shame of being Duped, or even worse, clinging tenaciously to falsehood -after it has clearly been shown to be falsehood-, (terrible pride) we should follow the admonition of the Apostle in Ephesians 4

And He Himself gave some to be apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, and some pastors and teachers, for the equipping of the saints for the work of ministry, for the [edifying of the body of Christ, till we all come to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of Elohim, to a perfect man, to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Messiah; that we should no longer be children, tossed to and fro and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the trickery of men, in the cunning craftiness of deceitful plotting, but, speaking the truth in love, may grow up in all things into Him who is the head—Messiah— from whom the whole body, joined and knit together by what every joint supplies, according to the effective working by which every part does its share, causes growth of the body for the edifying of itself in love.

Ephesians 4:11-16
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