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I-AM-ANON 21 points ago +21 / -0

These are the kind of “coincidences” that anons should realize are like the fingerprint of God. This is truly a divine undertaking and there’s no room for intentional, willful dooming on the board. We all need to vent our concerns from time to time but seeing these sort of connections and alignments has gone beyond Q even into a place where the scope of what is going on is COSMIC. “Coincidences” like these are insane, there is NO ROOM FOR INTENTIONAL DEMORALIZATION on the board in face of stuff like this!

It’s like the Rittenhouse square that was found that has a frog statue in the center. This level of “coincidence” is simply put, statistically impossible.

Suzeq2018 14 points ago +14 / -0

thank you for your reply:) needed to hear this. I've had crazy 'coincidences' my entire life, and since Q, it's beyond surreal.

probably spend 30 minutes a day sorting through them, and explaining to myself how I'm not losing it, and these things really are connecting.

and i agree, the extreme rudeness at this point is absolutely uncalled for/shows how 'stupid' they are.

Q is real and bigger than we can imagine.

and somehow, someway, WE have front row seats.


I-AM-ANON 5 points ago +5 / -0

Sounds like you're successfully expanding your thinking. Somehow, someway it all is important.

Razo 1 point ago +1 / -0

Wow I didn't know about the frog statue that's wild! I don't mind the doomers and I think it's important they are allowed to post. I'm a free speech purist - if they are wrong then they will be shot down by popular opinion. When we censor here we are EXACTLY like the leftists we hate

CQVFEFE 1 point ago +2 / -1

“Coincidences” like these are insane, there is NO ROOM FOR INTENTIONAL DEMORALIZATION on the board in face of stuff like this!

Yes but "insane" is a subjective sort of slang in this case, not a factual analysis or conclusion drawn therefrom.

It's not intentional demoralization to point out something being an actual coincidence with something else. They happen literally all day, every day. If I take a walk out to my mailbox and it's 17 steps, that just factually is a coincidence, not a flippin' reference to Q.

So, there is no legitimate basis for assuming that the price of gold being $1,876 in 2022 refers to the year 1876, or to events that transpired back then. There just isn't—and saying there isn't is merely an act of truth telling, not trying to reduce morale.

The Crazy Horse monument being 17 miles away from Mt. Rushmore is similarly a coincidence. No rational person could possibly think that is a reference to Q and the plan to save the world. (If someone believes this, THEY might be "insane." :)

Just my $.02

I-AM-ANON 3 points ago +3 / -0

That’s the point. Of course there is no rational relationship between these. Just as there is no rational explanation as to why Rittenhouse square holds a frog statue.

“Expand your thinking.” “There are no coincidences.” “Wizards & Warlocks.”

Numerology is about seeing the right message at the perfect time. It is a language of the augurs.

These aren’t Q proofs in this thread as they are too free-associative, yes. But that doesn’t mean these “coincidences” aren’t meaningful.

PankekGirl 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think the word we're looking for is synchronicity.

Basically, a meaningful coincidence. It doesnt have to mean anything to anyone else. When you feel it, its unmistakable. Magic is real, and the universe talks to us in unexpected ways.

Not everyone is able hear it, and some go so far as to try to tell others that it doesnt exist.

I think the world needs both kinds of people.

AlgaeBanquet 2 points ago +2 / -0

Apparently the Georgia Guidestones are 666 miles from UN headquarters in NY. I wonder if that’s a coincidence?

CQVFEFE 1 point ago +2 / -1

Maybe, maybe not.

The evil globalists who planned the location of the stones may have chosen it for the number of miles away from a certain office building, or they may not have.

What we can safely say without fear of looking like blithering idiots is that whoever planned the Crazy Horse monument location most definitely did not put it 17 miles from Mt. Rushmore as a "reference" to Q and the Plan to save the world.