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posted ago by pnwhomebrewer ago by pnwhomebrewer +491 / -2

I have been awake for 10 years but after discovering Q I feel like I have grown spiritually and just detached from mainstream society. Q is just different then what I knew in the past. The magnitude of our situation has made me just realize how superficial and fake mainstream society and culture is.

I used to be a big football fan. College and pro. I couldn't give less of a fuck about it now. I don't care about any sportsball now. Occasionally I'll watch some UFC and that's it.

Used to browse social media. Haven't been on Facebook for months now. Barley ever on Instagram. I used to post on snapchat a lot. Don't at all anymore. I still snap my actual friends but I don't look at stories or anything.

I used to be kind of a "chad" I hate using that term cause it makes me sound like a douche but I don't care about casual sex at all anymore. Have had opportunities to get laid I just don't care. It's just meaningless.

I don't even care about dating anymore. I have tried but trying to be in their fake world is impossible. Knowing what I know now it's like I am from another planet. This is truly a war for people's minds and souls. They talk about a new movie or show and I have no idea what they are talking about nor do I care. I don't know anything about new music either. Most of it is garbage and for the simple minded.

Not to sound like an arrogant asshole but it seems like many of us have outgrown normies and mainstream society. I feel like Neo in the Matrix every day trying to blend in with people who are human but in a completely different reality then me. I don't relate to them anymore and I only care about things that have a deeper meaning nowadays. Sometimes I have wondered if I am insane from all of this.

I just in many ways feel like a completely different person then I was before Q.

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PeaceAndLovePatriot 61 points ago +61 / -0

Absolutely.

Something shifted/phased

Can't say more than that though.

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pnwhomebrewer [S] 39 points ago +39 / -0

Yeah idk what it is exactly but I am just different. I only care about helping humanity, my community and growing as a person.

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ZGreenthumb 30 points ago +30 / -0

This is first time I've commented here but I am right there with ya! Glad I'm not the only one who is changing this way

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Glitchyy 22 points ago +22 / -0

Sound like you've become a catch

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TrumpsRedTie 17 points ago +17 / -0

Same here. I've always been independent in everything, very strong willed. On the last few years I've left a bunch of former friends that were really acquaintances, and only kept the really good friends that build each other up and "see" the world for what it really is. Many of my friends are into the Q type stuff, even if they don't call it that. I've dropped out of normie society for the most part.

It's a lonely road sometimes, but I wouldn't change it for anything.

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Grease 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah idk, my interest in dating has completely vanished since November when I woke up

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HempFedBeef 28 points ago +28 / -0

Yep. And i feel like now that I see “it” I’ll never ever be able to unsee “it.”

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Kitkat40 3 points ago +3 / -0

I said those exact same words a few months back

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damnsonq 50 points ago +50 / -0

i have found god. Q and myself all in one bundle.

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Atldtw 25 points ago +25 / -0

Me too, it has been beautiful.

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DontTreadOnIT 24 points ago +24 / -0

Yes, it truly is beautiful on an individual level.

When you consider how many of us have had a similar experience over the last six months, it’s downright biblical.

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DesertBrat 6 points ago +6 / -0

Just gave you your 8th updoot 🙂

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UnbreakablePatriot 12 points ago +12 / -0

4 years since the pizzagate stuff and 5 years since trump exposed big media and politicians to me on the campaign trail.and then the Clinton emails - found the donald - found my way to vote following pizzagate discussion. Crazy because before that I could still watch cable. I was already tired of tv and movies and music being so bad but I had no idea why it was trash in 2015.

An entire 2 years before Q came but Q cemented how and why I was feeling this way.

I can never go back or unsee. I have trouble having more than a superficial conversation with leftist family. Even as loving and wrong-headed as mine still is. I am lucky to have my husband. Even though he shook his head and took the black pill on Nov 3 at least we feel the same about everything even if I still have hope and he doesnt.

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Wexit-Delecto 6 points ago +6 / -0

Man, your story reminded me of my political awakening. I was smoking a joint in my backyard and had a long drawn out thinking session about politics, wondering who controls my country and who makes things the miserable way they are. I set out into the internet, found r/td, found murmurings of Q that got instabanned there, had my account instantly shadowbanned for asking mods about it, found my way to 4ch and have been following Q since.

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UnbreakablePatriot 1 point ago +1 / -0

I followed 8chan, voat and greatawakenimg reddit all at one point till the ban at reddit. Then I used voat for commenting and was a silent observer on 8chan and 8kun.

The rabbit warrens run deep friend. I can t remember the last time I bought music or watched TV. We have a shield box for old wholesome stuff occasionally but rarely use it. I am due to have a baby in June. This kid is going to be so super insulated from current culture that I'm a little worried they won't know how to get along in it.

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Wexit-Delecto 2 points ago +2 / -0

I've been raising my child the same way. Hope they can find a kid like yours to be friends with.

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SneakyWino 33 points ago +33 / -0

I don't feel my old self has died, but I understand what you mean. I am very fortunate that my husband has been on this journey with me and sees what is going on. We are both very aware and it's mind numbing being around normies who only talk about the virus and vaccine. It's scary, really.

I feel like this is my purpose in life. To be there for the normies I love when the shit really hits. I've always been employed and make decent money, but I've never felt a calling for anything until Q started posting. This is it. I've been following from the beginning and know God has sent me to be here, now.

Put on your armor fren, we are the front line. And it's going to be glorious. NCSWIC WWG1WGA

o7 🙏🇺🇸😇

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pnwhomebrewer [S] 30 points ago +30 / -0

Me too it feels like God choose us. Especially people like me who were kind of pieces of shit in the past lol. God seems to like men and women with a past to spread his message and be his fiercest soldiers. I mean look at Trump, Trump was a total womanizer and now he is the face of this movement.

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gobby 22 points ago +22 / -0

You are right. Look at David. And yes, you have moved into the phase where you realize most of what we've known in life in terms of culture is not only meaningless, it's disgusting, moronic, choose your own adjective. I do believe God is using this movement as a spiritual awakening to give people the most important redpill of all -- Him!

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AmericanRaised 7 points ago +7 / -0

Amen!

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Joys1Daughter 9 points ago +9 / -0

I feel the same as many of you here. Been following Q for almost 4 years eventhough my awakening began on Nov. 22, 1963. It's like being surrounded by people sleepwalking who refuse to awaken.

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Magaenergyfromirelan 6 points ago +6 / -0

I too am so grateful my wife and I are on the same page, my love and respect for her has only grown since all this. We feel like we're surrounded by sheep and noone can see whats obviously happening

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Wu_Flu_Ca_Choo 33 points ago +33 / -0

I've only been awake for a year now and I'm 50 (I know... pretty fucking sad)... I look at how libtard DemonRats think and act and I keep expecting their skin to fall off and expose a lizard-like alien creature like the old TV series V

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SneakyWino 34 points ago +34 / -0

It's not sad. You're awake!! I'm awake. We fucking made it!!! I was a brainwashed lib until Killary vs Bernie. THAT'S SAD. LOL!

I turned 50 this year and I feel GREAT.

WHERE WE GO ONE WE GO ALL

THE BEST IS YET TO COME!! 🍾🥂😊

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Factfiler 1 point ago +1 / -0

Great series. Great predictive programming.

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robchaw 30 points ago +30 / -0

I'm only 25 and have noticed a shift and ablility to think for myself from the time the media starting bashing Trump left and right for everything he did. From that moment I knew something felt off. I feel like I don't connect with people my age because I don't find any interest in what most people my age are doing. At the same time I find peace in the ability to find happiness in what I do day to day. Growing closer to God and strengthening my relationships with the people close to me are my main priorities now.

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EarOfCornpop 9 points ago +9 / -0

I would explode from happiness if my 25-year-old offspring wrote this. Sadly, still sleeping.

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HighFrequency 9 points ago +10 / -1

Good for you, ya whippersnapper!!

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Sugartree2 28 points ago +28 / -0

The more I know, the more I realize I don’t know.

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bgny 31 points ago +31 / -0

First redpill: "They lied about this."

Last redpill: "They lied about everything."

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Warrior_of_Virtue 11 points ago +11 / -0

Same here. Science, History, Medicine, Politics, Education, Society... I came to realize, almost everything that I have learned in my life, it isn‘t what „they“ have been teaching me.

Our world truly is like the Matrix, and realizing this is in equal parts horrible but also wonderful and sobering.

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QBranch 2 points ago +2 / -0

This. Whenever I find out the horror behind some new corner I hadn't thought to look around before, my reaction is practically numb at this point.

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Anon8675309 18 points ago +18 / -0

"Sometimes I have wondered if I am insane from all of this". So much this. I have questioned everything, including my sanity several times during this very strange journey. I have been super happy and excited, and then I've also been very depressed at times. I understand your feelings complett. I am convinced this is what was intended, because so many people feel the same. This is expansion of consciousness. We are in the world but not of the world, as Jesus said. Makes a lot of sense now. Ignorance really is bliss. But knowing truths is amazing, although a burden. I've felt like the guy on the matrix who just wants to go back to eating the steak and not knowing shit about dick. But here we are. It really is death of the old self, all the emotions we have gone through. I haven't even been able to listen to music. It's just the weirdest thing. Anyway stay strong and you're doing great, fren. We are all with ya.

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Encognegro98ckun2qb 7 points ago +7 / -0

That username tho... luv it

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TheyWereCones 15 points ago +15 / -0

how did you read my mind before i could even make sense of how all of this feels? lol. same, fren. same. it actually does make me feel better sometimes knowing there are others here.

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pnwhomebrewer [S] 13 points ago +13 / -0

We're all we got. We were chosen for this role.

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TheyWereCones 1 point ago +1 / -0

I needed to hear that fren!

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Magistra 15 points ago +15 / -0

I feel like it’s a metamorphosis. I’m coming out of my cocoon (multiple levels, including wuflu isolation) and I’m not quite sure how I want to be in our brave new world...definitely deeper, more solid in faith and having God as the center of things. Trouble is, my family (mainly husband, but it’s causing some trouble with the kids too) is not jumping on, and I seem to be on the fast track to change. It’s a weird and difficult landscape to navigate.

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Filthy4nim4L 10 points ago +10 / -0

Pray about it. Plant the seeds and God WILL water them. Some hearts are hardened. Keep focusing on yourself and the energy you exude will become undeniable. Going to say a quick prayer for you and your situation. This is truly a great community of like minded people. Keep fighting the fight. Glad to be standing along side you fren.

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What-Me-Worry 2 points ago +2 / -0

My wife learned about the Great Awakening & Q from a coworker so in a sense she WAS ahead of me, but she's still afraid to rock the boat. She gets mad at me when I refuse to wear a mask and our kids see the conflict. But at least we are aware and are inching closer towards the finish line.

Maybe your husband needs to see more evidence and review the contradictions from Fauchi, CDC, State vs State and Country vs Country.

I point out to casual friends, why aren't there people dying in the streets and why haven't the annual death rates increased? The media influence is VERY strong and we are slowly overcoming that.

God Bless you and your family on this journey.

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rottn 14 points ago +14 / -0

I was rudely awakened after the steal, then discovered Q not long after.

I quit FB (not that I used it much before), Instagram (I liked that one), Twitter (had a personal account and an old work account but never really got into it), and Netflix. I would have quit Amazon but it renewed just after my quitting-everything spree, so I am going to keep it for another year and in the meantime I am planning to return anything I am not totally satisfied with, as opposed to just keeping it like I used to. I am finding YT the hardest to totally disengage from.

I have worked in the tech industry for most of my career, but I would quit my job if they said that I had to get the vaccine.

I was never a Hollywood-idol worshipper, but now I cannot watch some movies if certain actors (who I might have actually liked before) are in it, knowing what POSs they are in real life.

I feel like my eyes have been opened. It isn't necessarily a good thing or bad thing, just another step in my development, but I have to admit that I do feel like some type of innocence was lost - oh well.

I know not everything happens according to my own personal timeline, and I can't help but recall that scene from 'Ten Commandments' when Charlton Heston as Moses is in the mud pit and holds a dying old man who says that he had asked his god that he would be able to gaze upon the face of the savior before he died.

It is really humbling to hear the stories from people who have been awake for so long and known about Q since the beginning, I think I would be going nuts if I was in their position. Like others have said though, we are so used to instant gratification nowadays.

Thanks for posting this question, @pnwhomebrewer, to let us vent and share our stories 🙂

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Themessenger777 14 points ago +14 / -0

For all who have commented and the poster, welcome to enlightenment! It's a lonely place if your the only one, but all of us together will make it bearable until those that we know and love who are still sleeping awaken! Then we will be able to help them understand. We absolutely have been chosen for this time. The angels of mercy will guide you...have faith!

Blessings frens...

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cantMAGAanyharder 12 points ago +12 / -0

Yes! Just made a thread about being unable to sleep, through a very good post I was able to reflect on why.

It's cuz my old self is resisting such a change. An amazing revelation, and confirmation that others are going through it too just goes to show that this awakening is indeed great! What a time to be alive, eh? May God be with us all throughout our transformation.

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Sugartree2 10 points ago +10 / -0

Only by his mercy are we saved.

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cantMAGAanyharder 5 points ago +5 / -0

Absolutely.

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Filthy4nim4L 5 points ago +5 / -0

Amen!

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cantMAGAanyharder 3 points ago +3 / -0

The thread was made last night, not exactly "just now". Thought I'd clear that up.

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EvilWhitey177 11 points ago +11 / -0

Are you me ?

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trump2020voter 11 points ago +11 / -0

Agreed 100%. Being in DC for Jan 6th completed my great awakening. It was one of the best days of my life and oh so WONDERFUL to meet many others who knew about Q.

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proverbs29_16 11 points ago +11 / -0

I was born into an awaken family at a young age but God really woke me up again during 9/11. Yes things have changed and regardless never go back to asleep!!!

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Tellstruth 3 points ago +3 / -0

9/11 for me as well. I had just got online in 1998 with my first computer. The 2000' Bush Vrs Gore Election fiasco primed me for 9/11 TRUTH. I've been following everything ever since.

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CovfefeNegro 11 points ago +11 / -0

Nope, been in it all too long to get 'that' excited over 'Q', who came along more than 40 years after I first became suspicious and was digging.

'Q' has offered Hope where really we had none, we figured that until the return of Christ we were just doomed to an ever more Evil existence drifting further and further from God. Then 'Q' gave us reason to think we 'might' be able to defeat some of the Human minions who front for satan, tho we don't have a single scalp yet.

But I digress... no I'm the same person who protested back in the 70s and 80s and 90s and yadayadayada, we voted for Perot hoping then we might be able to break the mold and force government back inside the Constitution, but we didn't understand the full scope of the Enemy and the corruption of media. We failed to appreciate the sheer ignorance of many Americans and the apathy of the welfare crowd, the power of the Gibs purse and propaganda. We thought surely Freedom and God should prevail, right?

Nope, and while Q might yet have been pointing the way we don't seem any closer, in fact we are much worse off than ever before ain't we.

Pray for Humanity. Even if we 'win' starting tomorrow not everyone will make it.

https://files.catbox.moe/a2l9de.jpg

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pby1000 10 points ago +10 / -0

Spiritual alchemy.

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2ndenthusiast 10 points ago +10 / -0

OP I feel the same. Part of the cabals psy war on normal people is to make us feel isolated. We're not, there are so many more of us out there who are looking for signs of good people doing good things. Just like us. Staying positive is huge, no matter how impossible it seems now.

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ENahNah 10 points ago +10 / -0

Same. There’s no going back.

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Joyride12 10 points ago +10 / -0

Originally I only became a political person around election season but boy was this election season great at keeping EVERYBODY in that full political mindset no matter what your opinion is

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HighFrequency 9 points ago +10 / -1

Oh man, 1000% yes!!

My late husb red pilled me 15 yrs ago. No q. No plan. Just knowledge of so much corruption and evil. Those were some dark years. We were prepping for the apocalypse.

Sadly my husb passed in 2016. After I discovered q, everything changed. I saw room for hope, and now that sliver of hope is a tidal wave of conviction. At the crux of it all was finding my faith.

I tried dating but it was a clown show. I want to find another good and kind man to share the rest of my life with. But at this point I think that will happen after this plan is finally completed and everyone gets revealed at last. Right now I have ZERO patience with anyone who is even partially asleep.

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Lla26 9 points ago +9 / -0

My naïveté is gone.

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itsbiblical 9 points ago +9 / -0

I stumbled upon an amazing anon woman in real life. We just had this conversation ourselves today. We both agree, there is no going back. Only way is forward, fully awake to the nature our reality.

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meekturtle 9 points ago +9 / -0

I started writing a short story in my early 20s, it was a sci-fi near futuristic short story. It was election day and two young 20 something women were FaceTimeing (this was before FaceTime was a thing btw) and the two had no clue who the candidates even were, didn’t vote or even remember it was Election Day, but they were super sad that a celebrity couple had recently broke up. The funny thing is, I was awake back then. And that “futuristic” short story was not futuristic at all. I was living it. No one really understands the candidates running. Until Trump, they were all actors. Fucking frauds, pretending to care about us and our country. And all the people I knew were mindless sheep that were pacified by pop culture and the stars, not willing to look deeper. Hell I was sort of one of them. Around the time I wrote this short story, I had a buddy tell me about 9/11 and the Bilderburg group, and I told him that was ridiculous. But, people are still this way. Just luckily now more and more people are waking up. I do feel reclusive. I choose not to call up or hangout with certain friends or family who are asleep. I can’t handle it. It’s so hard to live in their reality. The lockdown gave me an excuse to stay away. And now the whole vaxxed shedding their weird spike proteins on me makes me want to go further into my cave. I’d really like to have another child and the possibility of miscarrying by being around the vaxxed freaks me out. I guess it’s a blessing that they don’t want to be around the unvaxxed also. Just wish I could shop and go out to dinner and not see brainless zombies in masks. I pray every night people wake up and Jesus comes into their lives. And I pray the evil is eradicated.

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ditzee58 8 points ago +8 / -0

Honestly, I don't think so. Q has opened my eyes to human trafficking being much worse. The rest though I've kind of known for years - probably because I'm 63 and have seen tons of things through the years that have made me go, "Huh?" and then I would investigated it. JFK ( my dad worked with Jim Garrison) and I've read everything I could get my hands on. 911 - at first, I was golly gee whiz, the Muslims still hate us. When the Towers fell though, my thought was, " That looks like what happens when a building is demolished by bombs." Those are just a couple of the biggest examples.

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Treefrog555 8 points ago +8 / -0

I think a big chunk of my innocence died after I discovered Q.

I knew the world was corrupt and awful things happen, but I didn’t know like I do now.

It was definitely a distressing experience. I learned about real, unthinkable crimes against humanity and that my government is more dangerous than I ever could have imagined.

But what broke me was finding out how asleep every one truly is. I was already shocked and horrified about how they all reacted to covid, but I still didn’t know how bad it was. When I talked to people I’m close with about Q things they judged me and did that agent smith thing where they suddenly stop thinking and make up excuses for the cabal.

I thought the common reaction would be, “Oh my fucking God, there is overwhelming evidence that John Podesta and his brother have been raping and killing children.”

But no one else reacted like that. They didn’t seem to get it. It was alienating and I quickly learned that Q talk is taboo.

It’s been almost a year and now I feel stronger, smarter and wiser than I was before. I am a more serious person now, but I also care more than before.

I’ve got half of my friends comfortable criticizing wokeism and the liberal ideology. I’ve become more based than ever before which feels good. My people now know I’m a libertarian who supports Trump and thinks the election was rigged, vaccines are toxic, and covid is a trap. They’ve all started thinking differently about politics since I changed. They’re waking up slowly but it’s happening.

So yes, I feel very different. A new part of my mind woke up. It’s different and better than before. I feel like I know myself a little better.

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Iknowstuff 8 points ago +8 / -0

I feel the same way and look at the world the same way as you do now. Your point by point almost mimics my experience. I am a different person, and I feel like I'm inhabiting a higher energy field of some sort and it is extremely hard to have conversations with the brainwashed.

The final straw for me was this scamdemic. I've been awake through stages over the last 15-20 years. By 2018 I was already 90% off social media and have had no cable for several years, but March 2020 was when I decided I could no longer partake in their illusion or actively try to persuade others to come to our side. I have enough trouble keeping peeps on our team from falling apart. I have been (and will continue to be) a helping hand if God gives me a sign, but that is a case by case basis.

I always felt Q found us and not the other way around. I do try to say aloud the Armor of God prayer every day to keep my wits. Thanks for your post; it demonstrates once again that we are not alone!

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MurmaidMan 7 points ago +7 / -0

I give Q some credit, but as someone who went into 2016 awake to the deep state but agnostic, I feel like Jesus is responsible for my recent transformation. It feels weird to admit it, I'm still wrapping my head around it. It derives from 2 mantras I have adopted, 1. If things are as bad Q says, our only hope is God guiding us to a better path. 2. At any point in my day when it feels like it is to much to bare, I remind myself, I am not as good as Jesus was, and I am not suffering as bad as he did for his virtues. In the kingdom turned upside down we all suffer for our virtues but we can bare this cross. Because of this I am better able to focus on what matters, providing, getting myself and wife prepared to have children, temporign my rage and trying to do something more usefull that seething at the injustice of our world.

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FullDisQlosure 7 points ago +7 / -0

Totally on the same page. It would be nice to meet up one day with all my Q friends.

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meme_war_vet 7 points ago +7 / -0

You know when Neo takes the red pill and wakes up in that tub filled with goo and he pulls out the cable lodged into his neck and he looks around and there’s so many people silently sleeping, and he’s in this weird shock, and he doesn’t know how to really move and walk, and everything feels familiar yet brand new at the same time.

That’s what I feel like now. Free.

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Demi2012 7 points ago +7 / -0

Certain aspects of myself have changed as a result of Q. The constant search for truth showed that liberal minded people push for their own enslavement. They embrace authoritarianism and so many people I know still align with those ideas because they fall into the sheep mentality of being “a good person” blindly following movements like BLM and other woke propaganda. I still want freedom and sovereignty for all individuals but the ideas of socialism no longer have any appeal after questioning them on their face. The best hope we have is to continue being the change we wish to see by not complying with their dogmatic views and hope those working behind the scenes have it under control.

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Sippilou 7 points ago +7 / -0

I feel exactly the same way!!

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wideawakeuk 7 points ago +7 / -0

Are you happier as a result? For me that's hard to quantify: I'd have happily gone the rest of my life in sheltered ignorance, never knowing. But I do know. And I can't sleep. I've learned a lot, but much has felt slightly forced- compelled to learn rather than learning for love of learning itself. Stoicism would be an asset if I had it, but dogged perseverance I can do.

The happiness question is secondary to the answer, which I believe is that we are needed. We are required to hold ourselves in the position where our beliefs place us- our hill and refuge, where if things don't feel right- look around you- you are in good company- these people know your pain and joy.

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Nyc999944 10 points ago +10 / -0

The family in Times Square was happy until they got shot at. My point is that no one can truly be happy until everyone is happy. “Where we go one, we go all.” Or “you’re only as strong as your weakest link.” Or “we’re all in this together.”

Those statements are all so true. How can I truly be happy watching a football game when millions of children are suffering? It’s impossible.

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pnwhomebrewer [S] 9 points ago +9 / -0

Yes and no. I am glad my mind is free but this burden is like Frodo carrying the one ring but indefinitely. It did send me into a spiral of drugs, booze and easy women but I have grown out of it. Knowing the truth is hard cause you can't talk about it with anyone cause they think you are insane.

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eyerighteye 13 points ago +13 / -0

Eventually you stop caring what others think.

You know what you know.

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incogneato 9 points ago +9 / -0

Remember that Frodo did have trusted friends who helped him survive his ordeal. He did find peace in the end, knowing that what he did was well worth it.

And you can also talk to us here at any time. We don't think you're insane lol.

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highlandparker 6 points ago +6 / -0

For the better. I relate to your post. Spending more time in Bible comms than ever before as I prefer that world to ours.

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Riggs99 6 points ago +6 / -0

Absolutely.

I thought I knew a fair bit about politics and the world before this. Its incredible how little I really knew.

For the first time in my life I pray now, and understand (at least a little) how and why it actually matters.

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pause_when_agitated 6 points ago +6 / -0

I'm right there with you.

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FreeMainiac 5 points ago +5 / -0

Heard. I feel like Peter in 'Office Space' post-hypnosis. I think I was walking around with a chip of frustration on my shoulder about the election, the virus, the Fed, just the whole rotten system. I want my President back and my 2016 election buzz too. I used to want to hear the gnashing and wailing from the Bidenites around here, now I could give a shit. It's time to fix this madness and I believe we will. Great post

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Sugartree2 5 points ago +5 / -0

Like an LSD trip without the LSD?

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skiduzzlebutt 5 points ago +5 / -0

One that won’t end.

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Shadow1223 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yes, that’s what awakening is. And what was unexpected for me was to awaken again and again. The more I learn, the more I learn just how clueless and suppressed we are. If you haven’t yet connected Jesus Christ, Nikola Tesla, and Schumann resonance, you have another awakening coming. Never stop praying, meditating, and seeking discernment of truth from our divine creator.

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reddit_neworleans 5 points ago +7 / -2

I feel "activated" if that makes any sense, I feel like acknowledging this puts me on a watch list, but it's not like I have any plans that are illegal yet.

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ChronicMetamorphosis 4 points ago +4 / -0

I think Cabal history really put things into perspective for me. Put a lot of pieces I had floating around together.

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Patriot76 4 points ago +4 / -0

Nope, I’ve been red pilled on the elites and 9/11 since 06. All it’s done is validated my beliefs, and strengthened my resolve.

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VetforTrump 3 points ago +3 / -0

Not really. But when I got saved and I "put on the new man" by studying truth (God's Word") I little realized that knowledge would help me.to discern the lies of these people starting

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Shalomtoyou 3 points ago +3 / -0

There's a story in the Talmud about Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai. You might find it of interest.

Rabbi Shimon was caught speaking poorly of the Romans. The local governor sentenced him to die. He fled with his son and hid in a cave for 12 years. During that time, they drank water from a spring, ate fruit from a tree, and studied Torah the rest of the time.

After 12 years, Elijah the Prophet came by the cave, saying: "Who will tell Rabbi Shimon that the Roman governor who ordered his death has himself perished, and the decree has been cancelled?"

Knowing the Romans would no longer kill him, Rabbi Shimon and his son left the cave. But after 12 years of doing nothing but study Torah, holiness and G-d, Shimon and his son no longer understood the ordinary people around him.

He saw a field of wheat. And flew into a rage. "Why are people wasting their time planting wheat instead of studying the way of G-d?" His power of Torah was so great at this time that the field caught fire from his words alone.

A voice came from the heavens. "Shimon, have you come out of your cave just to destroy my world? Back to the cave with you!"

Realizing they were not fit to live with ordinary people, Shimon and his son returned to the cave for another year. After which, Shimon said to his son: "It doesn't matter if the rest of the world has gone off. You and I will be enough to keep the holiness alive."

On their way back to civilization, they met a man carrying flowers and wheat. Conversing with them, the man said he worked at the farm to grow the wheat, and he sold some to get flowers to celebrate the Sabbath, which was coming soon. Seeing some of the common people worked to still observe the Sabbath at the end of the week gave Shimon a measure of peace.


You might be feeling a bit like Rabbi Shimon and his son emerging from the cave, empowered with new knowledge of the true nature of reality, but losing some of the ability to relate to the ordinary people. But that too is a necessary skill.

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PatriotPrepper70 3 points ago +3 / -0

It is refreshing to read not only this post, but all the responses to it. I feel the EXACT same way! All I can say to people is "I'm different". I am spiritually more connected, am genuinely concerned about getting the word to as many people as I can but in a calming, reassuring way. I feel so at peace. Not afraid. My eyes are so open to EVERYTHING! I can't watch movies any more. I hate the television even being on. It's almost like just hearing the lies and propaganda spewing from it make me physically nauseous and uneasy. We home school and Q, the movement, the revelations that have come out (truth) are all taught to her in our curriculum. The "history" that is provided is so skewed...I teach her what was taught to us, then I say "Now, here is what really happened". I stress to her the importance that she realize whats going on now so that she and her generation will know the greatest lies ever told and to NEVER allow it to happen again. I told her it is up to them to preserve and be the protectors of our America. I love all my Patriot brothers and sisters. God bless each and every one of you.

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Bgtholt88 3 points ago +3 / -0

I’ve had a few moments in life that have really shifted how I think about life. I wouldn’t say Q is what caused the recent evolution in thinking.

It was watching the way the way every institution worked in conjunction to shut us and Trump down with a mild virus and literally taking our voice away in the election. You always know there’s good and evil in the fight, but when they literally stop at nothing to eliminate your right to participate in the fight .. and it happens in every institution at the same time, it’s easy and logical to realize what is happening. 2020 changed me as a person. I was always awake to a lot of things happening. But watching 2020 unfold pushed me to change how I think about everything, how I spend my time and who I spend it with, how I spend my money, and my relationship with God.

There have personal impacts for me at my job, with my family, with my friends, with my significant other. Some good mind you. But my way of thinking can never revert back. I am actually very thankful for 2020.

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AnadroJ 2 points ago +2 / -0

Have you gotten closer to God? Because that's what that feeling is.