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QAnon Goes Mainstream at Trump Rally while Tripcodes Point to Exopolitics Books

President Trump’s “Make America Great Again” rally in Tampa, Florida on July 31 saw many attendees bearing QAnon shirts and signs, and even had the President approvingly point to someone carrying a QAnon sign. This led to multiple mainstream media (MSM) stories later attacking the QAnon movement. Rather than putting a stop to the rapidly growing movement, the MSM attacks are instead putting QAnon on the radar of millions more Americans.

All this was occurring at the same time as researchers found an important link between QAnon’s tripcodes and lists of books, some of which deal with the topic of “exopolitics” – broadly defined as the political implications of extraterrestrial life. Is this a harbinger that future Q drops will deal with extraterrestrial disclosure and the control groups that have kept all this secret from Americans for decades?

First let’s begin with the Trump rally where QAnon members were prominent in the crowd and Trump approvingly acknowledged them as evidence in a short video featuring Trump pointing directly at someone holding a QAnon sign.

A question about QAnon was even directed to Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House Press Spokeperson.

QAnon listed in multiple posts, many of the subsequent MSM article attacking QAnon supporters using terms such as “outlandish”, “fringe conspiracy”, and even “deranged conspiracy cult” as exemplified in his/her August 2 post (#1797):

Many of the MSM stories skeptically covered some of QAnon claims such as the Clintons and Democratic Party being secretly dominated by pedophile groups; that George Soros is manipulating domestic U.S. groups to promote political violence; that the Rothschild family is at the apex of a global Satanic network; and of course that the Russia collusion charge was an insurance policy contrived by the Deep State operatives with the help of Britain’s MI6 and other Five Eyes intelligence partners in case Trump won the 2016 election.

The result that emerges from the Trump Tampa rally is that QAnon has now gone mainstream and has reached a critical threshold in terms of many millions of Americans learning about it.

What makes the rapid growth of the QAnon movement significant, despite negative mainstream media coverage, is that QAnon has now gained a mainstream platform for reaching millions of Americans who for the first time will be exposed to intelligence data that is highly classified.

According to several researchers, QAnon has dropped clues about the future direction of the intelligence dumps through the specific tripcodes that have been chosen. Rather than QAnon’s tripcodes being randomly chosen sequences of numbers and letters used for a temporary period for identification purposes on the 4chan and 8chan posting boards, it has been shown that these are references to lists of books on Googlebooks.

The following video posted on July 22 shows how QAnon’s tripcodes have referred to a series of ground breaking books dealing with a range of topics that have been covered in Q posts:

In a later July 29 article titled, “EVERY TripCode & UserID used by Q Points to a Book”, the author writes:

Q has used 11 TripCodes, and 1100 UserID’s. EVERY one of them points to a book when you search them in Google Books. Some are even pointing to specific pages within that book.

Sure enough, when one goes to the Google Books website and enter different tripcodes used by QAnon, one gets a list of books. The writer includes the following examples:

1 Ramtha, Last Waltz of the Tyrants, the Prophecy REVISITED
Author: Ramtha
Found: TripCode CbboFOtcZs
Used: 376 times

2 Alraune
Author: Hanns Heinz Ewers
Found: TripCode 4pRcUA0lBE
Used: 106 times

“I Love Learning; I Hate School”: An Anthropology of College
Author: Susan D. Blum
Found: TripCode 2jsTvXXmXs
Used: 9 times

Barbelo: The Story of Jesus Christ
Author: Riaan Booysen
Found: TripCode xowAT4Z3VQ
Used: 429 times

Behold a Pale Horse
Author: William Cooper
Found: TripCode UW.yye1fxo
Used: 620 times
Notes: Interview with Bill Cooper

The above books cover a wide range of conspiracy related topics, in particular William Cooper’s Behold a Pale Horse (1991) comes up a staggering 620 times when entering QAnon’s trip codes and ID’s. Behold a Pale Horse is a classic when it comes to the topic of a government/military coverup of extraterrestrial life, which falls under the rubric of “exopolitics”.

In 1989, Cooper became one of the first whistleblowers to come forward to reveal what he had seen in classified U.S. Navy intelligence files when he served on the briefing team for the Commander of the Pacific Fleet. Perhaps most importantly for QAnon readers, he provided some pretty detailed information about the Illuminati (Deep State) and their connection to ruling bloodline families and Satanism.

Of particular interest to me was the tripcode used by QAnon from November 9 to December 15, 2017 (!ITPb.qbhqo) which included my first exopolitics book in page one of the listed books as illustrated below (highlighted by red bar).

On page 3 of the same tripcode, another one of my exopolitics books is listed: Galactic Diplomacy: Getting to Yes with ET.

Based on tripcodes, the conclusion that can be reached is that QAnon is signaling that in the future important disclosures about extraterrestrial life are going to be made, and that it behooves people to get up to speed with what the available “exopolitics” literature is telling us.

The Exopolitics and Galactic Diplomacy books were respectively published in 2004 and 2013. I recommend both of these, along with my more recent Secret Space Programs series as critical for any wanting to understand the decades long cover up of extraterrestrial life and technology.

As the QAnon movement grows rapidly with the mainstream media fixation on discrediting Q’s information only serving to rapidly accelerate Q’s popularity, we can get an idea of the direction of future Q drops by the tripcodes and ID’s that have been used, and what shows up on the Google Books listings for these.

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Further Reading

Do We Unite Against Alien Threats or Ignore Them to Avoid Mockery?

by Chris Reed               March 21, 2018                 (sandiegouniontribune.com)

• In 1985, Ronald Reagan was so stirred by the notion that an extraterrestrial invasion would overshadow national differences that he brought it up in a meeting with Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev. In a 1987 speech to the United Nations, Reagan said, “I occasionally think how quickly our differences worldwide would vanish if we were facing an alien threat from outside this world.” To his detractors, this was evidence of how out of touch Reagan was with reality.

• In December 2017, the New York Times detailed the experiences of U.S. military pilots who encountered a fleet of rotating aircraft traveling at high speed off the coast of San Diego in 2004. But according to former Senator Harry Reid, UFO sightings were not often reported up the military’s chain of command because service members were afraid they would be laughed at or stigmatized.

• In March 2018, the military released additional videos capturing advanced UFO technology. In a Washington Post op-ed, former defense intelligence analyst Christoper Mellon expressed bafflement that these stories did not trigger national security concerns. He called on authorities to “set aside taboos regarding ‘UFOs’ and instead listen to our pilots and radar operators.”

• So far, the mainstream media had avoided any rational discussion of the UFO topic. Perhaps it’s unsurprising given how conditioned reporters are to disbelieve. Still, they are ignoring the the biggest scoop of the 21st century.

• Why are these UFOs keeping their distance from us, or remaining hidden altogether? Maybe it’s because they treat Earth like a giant zoo. Maybe they are actually extraterrestrial tourists and anthropologists who are fascinated with the exotic life, unique social systems, and the stunning natural beauty found on Earth. Perhaps untold numbers of aliens watch our planet’s adventures unfold on an intergalactic reality show. We don’t know.

• The fact is that the presence of advanced UFO craft in our skies has become our reality. It is time that we moved past the giggle factor and the institutionalized ridicule, take the existence of UFOs seriously, and begin to investigate their reasons for being here.

 

In 1987, in a unifying speech to the United Nations, President Ronald Reagan delivered an address without any precedent before or since. “Perhaps we need some outside universal threat to make us recognize the common bond,” Reagan told diplomats from all over the planet. “I occasionally think how quickly our differences worldwide would vanish if we were facing an alien threat from outside this world.”

This was far from the first time Reagan made such a reference. As chronicled in The New York Times, Lou Cannon — perhaps Reagan’s most acclaimed biographer — had learned that the 40th president …
… was so stirred by the notion that extraterrestrial invasion would trump national differences that he floated the scenario upon meeting Mikhail Gorbachev at Geneva in 1985. This departure from script flummoxed Reagan’s staff — not to mention the Soviet general secretary. Mr. Cannon writes that, well acquainted with what he called the president’s interest in “little green men,” Colin L. Powell, at the time the national security adviser, was convinced that the proposal had been inspired by “The Day the Earth Stood Still.”

Whether inspired by the 1951 science-fiction film or not, this triggered ridicule of Reagan that has endured for decades. In a 1991 review of one of Cannon’s Reagan biographies, Sidney Blumenthal — then still a journalist, not yet a cut-throat Clinton operative — cited this and other stories showing Reagan finding inspiration in movies as evidence of his ignorance and lack of intelligence. In 2013, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow called Reagan’s U.N. comments “one of the truly weirdest things” he had ever said.

In December, Harvard’s Nathan J. Robinson — editor of Current Events magazine — offered a different take: Reagan’s U.N. speech is exactly correct. It’s a refreshing departure from the usual nationalist rhetoric to hear a president talking about the common bonds that unite humanity, and the cosmic insignificance of all our intraspecies conflicts.

One week after Robinson’s essay appeared, a staggering scoop appeared in The New York Times that indirectly offered another theory of how individuals might react to evidence of the existence of aliens — not with alacrity or with terror but with fear they’d be mocked if they shared the news with a skeptical world.

The scoop, citing hard evidence that had been declassified by the Pentagon — not the Weekly World News, InfoWars or one of the many other sources that traffic in wild conspiracy theories — detailed the experiences of U.S. military pilots who encountered what the Times reported as a fleet of rotating aircraft “surrounded by some kind of glowing aura traveling at high speed” off the coast of San Diego in 2004. Instead of treating this experience as an epochal close encounter, the pilots and their superiors didn’t much want to talk about it. Here’s why, according to the Times:
The sightings were not often reported up the military’s chain of command, [Nevada Sen. Harry] Reid said, because service members were afraid they would be laughed at or stigmatized.

A March 9 commentary in the Washington Post by Christopher Mellon, deputy assistant secretary of defense for intelligence in the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations, added to this hard-to-fathom big picture: The [San Diego] videos, along with observations by pilots and radar operators, appear to provide evidence of the existence of aircraft far superior to anything possessed by the United States or its allies. Defense Department officials who analyze the relevant intelligence confirm more than a dozen such incidents off the East Coast alone since 2015. In another recent case, the Air Force launched F-15 fighters last October in a failed attempt to intercept an unidentified high-speed aircraft looping over the Pacific Northwest.

A third declassified video … reveals a previously undisclosed Navy encounter that occurred off the East Coast in 2015.

Mellon, who works for a research company that wants these reports thoroughly investigated, expressed bafflement that these stories could circulate in the upper reaches of the U.S. government without triggering national security concerns that such advanced technology might be a threat to the U.S. He called on authorities to “set aside taboos regarding ‘UFOs’ and instead listen to our pilots and radar operators.”

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50 Facts the World Needs to Know About Mainstream Media’s Relationship With the US Government

by Arjun Walia        November 2, 2017         (collective-evolution.com)

• James F. Tracy is a PhD was fired from his tenured professorship at Florida Atlantic University for questioning official narratives of terror events. Now, his Blog has been taken down by WordPress with no clear explanation. He has been singled out due to his activism efforts.

• Since the end of WWII the CIA has been a major force in US and foreign news media, exerting considerable influence over what the public sees, hears and reads on a regular basis. This practice is at least as widespread today as it was at the height of the Cold War.

• In an era where information and communication technologies are ubiquitous, prompting many to harbor the illusion of being well-informed, US journalists routinely fail to question other deep events that have shaped America’s history over the past half century.

• Reasons for the almost universal failure of mainstream journalism, include newsroom sociology, advertising pressure, monopoly ownership, heavy reliance on “official” sources, journalists’ quest for career advancement, professional public relations maneuvers, and the CIA’s continued involvement in the news media to mold thought and opinion.

• After WWII, OSS/CIA head Frank Wisner tapped Marshall Plan funds to pay for his division’s early exploits, money his branch referred to as “candy.” “We couldn’t spend it all.” “There were no limits, and nobody had to account for it.”

• By the mid-to-late 1950s, the CIA sought to limit criticism directed against covert activity, and bypass congressional oversight or potential judicial interference, by infiltrating academia, the missionary corps, the editorial boards of influential journal and book publishers, and any other quarters where public attitudes could be effectively influenced.

• Since the early 1950s the CIA “has secretly bankrolled numerous foreign press services, periodicals and newspapers—both English and foreign language—which provided excellent cover for CIA operatives.”

• Director of CBS William Paley’s personal friendship with CIA Director Dulles is now known to have been one of the most influential and significant in the communications industry. Paley provided cover for CIA agents, supplied out-takes of news film, permitted the debriefing of reporters, allowed the agency to utilize network resources and personnel, and in many ways set the standard for the cooperation between the CIA and major broadcast companies which lasted until the mid-1970s.

• The CIA developed similar relationships with major media outlets including the NY Times, the Washington Post, the National Enquirer, Time magazine, Life magazine, Newsweek magazine, ABC, NBC, the Associated Press, UPI, Reuters, Hearst Newspapers, Scripps-Howard.

• James Angleton, who oversaw the CIA’s counterintelligence branch for 25 years, ran an entirely separate cadre of journalist-operatives who performed sensitive and frequently dangerous assignments. The CIA conducted a “formal training program” during the 1950s for the sole purpose of instructing its agents to function as newsmen.

• When NY Times reporter Tom Wicker reported that JFK was shot from the front in the throat, contradicting the subsequent “official” story, he and his article were chastised and smeared out of existence.

• News outlets praised the Warren Reports findings that lone gunman Oswald killed Kennedy, and heavily criticized and ridiculed Jim Garrison’s investigation of the assassination.

• When L. Fletcher Prouty wrote a book on the CIA’s black operations and espionage, a campaign was waged to remove the book from libraries, force the publishers to cancel publication, and to diminish book sales around the world.

• The CIA did a similar smear job on Gary Webb’s books chronicling the agency’s involvement in drug trafficking in the 1970’s and 80’s, even though the CIA inspector general upheld the findings of CIA involvement.

• German journalist Udo Ulfkotte related that the CIA’s pressure was so great that he published articles under his own name, but written by agents of the CIA and the German secret service.

• The CIA routinely influences movie directors and producers to give the CIA a favorable image.

• CNN anchor Anderson Cooper interned for the CIA while attending Yale as an undergraduate in the late 1980s.

• In 1999 the CIA established In-Q-Tel to establish financial relationships with internet platforms Americans use on a routine basis, including Google and Facebook.

• In the summer of 2014 a $600 million computing cloud was developed by Amazon Web Services on behalf of the CIA to service all 17 federal agencies comprising the American intelligence community.

 

James F. Tracy is a PhD from the University of Iowa. A former professor of communications at Boca Raton, Florida Atlantic University. He is one of many critical thinkers within the world of academia, and as result of presenting the following information that might spark some cognitive dissonance, he has been singled out due to his activism efforts.

For example, he was fired from his tenured professorship at Florida Atlantic University for questioning official narratives of terror events. Now, his Blog has been taken down by WordPress with no clear explanation.

Tracy is well researched, and now reports on several different matters of escalating importance. Below is an article he wrote in August of 2015, and is relevant today given all of the “fake news” campaigns that have been directed against alternative media.

Since the end of World War Two the Central Intelligence Agency has been a major force in US and foreign news media, exerting considerable influence over what the public sees, hears and reads on a regular basis. CIA publicists and journalists alike will assert they have few, if any, relationships, yet the seldom acknowledged history of their intimate collaboration indicates a far different story–indeed, one that media historians are reluctant to examine.

When seriously practiced, the journalistic profession involves gathering information concerning individuals, locales, events, and issues. In theory such information informs people about their world, thereby strengthening “democracy.” This is exactly the reason why news organizations and individual journalists are tapped as assets by intelligence agencies and, as the experiences of German journalist Udo Ulfkotte (entry 47 below) suggest, this practice is at least as widespread today as it was at the height of the Cold War.

Consider the coverups of election fraud in 2000 and 2004, the events of September 11, 2001, the invasions Afghanistan and Iraq, the destabilization of Syria, and the creation of “ISIS.” These are among the most significant events in recent world history, and yet they are also those much of the American public is wholly ignorant of. In an era where information and communication technologies are ubiquitous, prompting many to harbor the illusion of being well-informed, one must ask why this condition persists.

Further, why do prominent US journalists routinely fail to question other deep events that shape America’s tragic history over the past half century, such as the political assassinations of the 1960s, or the central role played by the CIA major role in international drug trafficking?

Popular and academic commentators have suggested various reasons for the almost universal failure of mainstream journalism in these areas, including newsroom sociology, advertising pressure, monopoly ownership, news organizations’ heavy reliance on “official” sources, and journalists’ simple quest for career advancement. There is also, no doubt, the influence of professional public relations maneuvers. Yet such a broad conspiracy of silence suggests another province of deception examined far too infrequently—specifically the CIA and similar intelligence agencies’ continued involvement in the news media to mold thought and opinion in ways scarcely imagined by the lay public.

The following historical and contemporary facts–by no means exhaustive–provides a glimpse of how the power such entities possess to influence if not determine popular memory and what respectable institutions deem to be the historical record.

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