I swear, I’ve been prepared for this journey into Qland in ways I never could have ever foreseen or imagined…
Occasionally, I find it useful to reference popular works of fiction in my writings, and it gives me a launching pad that’s sometimes easier for an audience to relate to, rather than just opening up with heavier concepts. Q often does this with movies, and I’ve used a fair share of video game references over time. Deus Ex and X-Com spring immediately to mind, which is no surprise given the subject matter of both those series delves into “conspiratorial” territory. (Speaking of which, the Navy just launched a satellite and named it X-COM, in honor of the game. I felt like I was getting a shout out for that. Read more about that here).
But even with all that in mind, I never thought I’d be referencing Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis in any of my lead-ins to any of my Q-related articles, that’s for sure.
For those unfamiliar, Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis is what the fourth Indiana Jones movie should have been, which takes you on an adventure around the world, before ultimately landing you in a race against the Nazis to find the lost city of Atlantis. It’s a great concept, littered with actual historical references, tense scenarios, and great characters.
One of those characters is a medium by the name of Sophia Hapgood; an ex of Indy’s and expert on Atlantean culture who has recently pivoted to “channeling” the spirit of an Atlantean demigod she calls Nur-ab-sal.
She’s a charlatan, she knows she’s a charlatan, but after ruining her conference and outing her as a fraud, Indy still needs her help to find an ancient artifact, when they both find her apartment ransacked by the Nazis. They get caught up in this adventure together, and well… anyway, watch the scene below. (The video should cue up for you at the right spot, but if it doesn’t, jump to 10:07 and watch a bit from there. You don’t have to watch the whole thing, but skip around between the 10 and 20 minute mark to get the general idea):
Got all that?
Now meet the woman who, I believe, inspired the character of Sophia Hapgood: one JZ Knight, as she was on the Merv Griffin show, back in the day:
Now, the first warning bell that should be flashing in your head right now is the fact that she was on Merv Griffin’s show in the first place. For those who don’t know. Griffin was a member of the Bohemian Grove, and one which was particularly vital towards its operations. According to CDAN, it was at Griffin’s home where they would store blackmail files on all the members, and where they would hold the boys they procured for their yearly events. We would talk about this on Gab to some extent, but I think it’s safe to say that Griffin was something of an “activist” (recall what Obama called Jimmy Kimmel in his RED video) in his time, promoting Cabal-affiliated people through the media.
If you want another example of what I mean, recall Oprah’s reporting on John-of-God, in Brazil.
Of course, we all know how that turned out:
A cult leader known as “John of God” has been accused of running a sex slave farm and selling babies to the highest bidder on the black market. Joao Teixeira de Faria was arrested a week after over 600 allegations were made against him in what prosecutors say could be the worst serial crimes case in Brazil’s history.
In essence, the tactic here is to get “Activists” to promote “Jonestown-type” cult leaders on the airwaves, and rope in potential followers who otherwise wouldn’t have been exposed to these “leaders” and their “teachings” any other way. We’re talking about casting a wide net here, so bored, lonely, weak-minded, or otherwise wounded people get reeled in by a charismatic leader. So its questionable as to why Griffin would have Knight on in the first place.
But for those unfamiliar, JZ Knight is a woman who claims to channel an entity known as “Ramtha,” who she claims is some 35,000 years old, and who originally hailed from the lost continent of Mu. (It’s easy to see where the game designers might have gotten their “inspiration” for their Hapgood character, seeing as this interview came out some five years before the game was initially developed. Instead of Ramtha, make the character channel Nur-ab-sal. Instead of Mu, make this entity come from Atlantis. Instead of dressing like a Mormon reject, make the character more like Rita Hayworth, and throw her in a leather bomber jacket).
Knight would go on to start Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment in 1987, out near Yelm, Washington, and today her program boasts thousands of students, many of whom live on-site at the gated compound (called “The Farm),” as “Capstone members” of the community.
Knight herself lives in a 12,800 sq-foot home, next to the 80 acre compound, and, from Ramtha.com”
To become a Current Student of RSE you must first Attend or Stream a Class 101: Remarkable Mind Event. After completing the Class 101 event you must complete one of Step 2 event options to become a Current Student
Of course, you have to pay to take these classes, but not before handing over your personal information, at which point you can either attend in person, or stream her classes online.
To become a capstone member, my understanding is that you have to first pay for the Step 1 and Step 2 classes, and then pay $600 dollars per Capstone event.
Definitive prices are hard to find, but my source says that living on the compound itself costs upwards of $5000 per year.
So… yeah, people pay to take these classes, they pay to live in a compound, and they pay to take more classes while living on the compound.
From the Wikipedia page on Ramtha’s school of Enlightenment:
Former students of the school have accused the RSE of practicing brain-washing and mind-control, as well as using intimidation and fear techniques to keep students in the school. David McCarthy, a student of the RSE between 1989 and 1996, calls Knight a “spiritual predator”, and he mentions various parts of the teachings which had an intimidative character, such as the prophecy that unless students remain faithful to Ramtha, they will become prey of the “lizard people”, and that the ancient figure of Jehovah would return to earth accompanied by lizard people, in a spaceship. The former students (including David McCarthy and Joe Szimhart) have formed an online community, Life After RSE (LARSE), to provide support for people who have quit the school and find themselves lost.
Here’s a 2-part interview with Glen Cunningham, JZ Knight’s former bodyguard. These are lengthy, so if you don’t have the time to watch them, a written summary follows below, after the videos:
Megan Hansen, writing for the Cult Education Institute, would say this of the interview:
An online interview with a former Ramtha School of Enlightenment “insider” is taking a critical jab at channeler JZ Knight.
The group Life After RSE, or LARSE, plans to post a taped interview this week with Glen Cunningham, a former bodyguard for JZ Knight.
Members of LARSE said they are hoping Cunningham’s video will prompt others to step forward and share experiences.
Cunningham, a former Yelm councilman and current president-elect of the Yelm Area Chamber of Commerce, was a student at RSE in the 1980s, but left in 1991.
In the video, he claims that throughout his time at the school he knew Ramtha didn’t exist.
“I met JZ too fast,” Cunningham said. “Once you meet JZ you know Ramtha isn’t real.”
“I never saw Ramtha do anything supernatural or extraordinary.”
“(Knight) is a very charismatic person,” he said. “You want to be around her until you get to know her.”
“(But) she’s a drama queen; she likes to have drama in her life.”
Cunningham said he believes that Knight has a photographic memory.
Cunningham said he once found books under Knight’s bed, with sections highlighted. The next week, he said he heard Ramtha repeat those phrases, verbatim, during an event.
“Someone who has a memory like that is incredible,” Cunningham said.
“I think she reads and knows what she’s doing and gets lost in Ramtha.”
Cunningham also talks about instances he claims revealed that Knight was “acting” as Ramtha.
One day, out in a field, Cunningham said he saw Knight, as Ramtha, scratch her eye in an ultra-feminine way.
When Knight noticed Cunningham watching, he said, she immediately stopped, like she knew she messed up.
“The more tired Ramtha gets, the more JZ comes out,” he said.
While Cunningham admits he never believed Ramtha was real, he did learn things while attending RSE.
“I thought the philosophies were fantastic,” Cunningham said.
“I realized you’re never mad at anyone else, always yourself.”
Cunningham also said that he considers RSE to be a cult.
“It’s just like any other cult,” he said. “All the things they do now are cult activities.”
“I saw 1,200 people who would drink the Kool-Aid,” he said in the online video.
An online interview with a former Ramtha School of Enlightenment “insider” is taking a critical jab at channeler JZ Knight. The group Life After RSE, or LARSE, plans to post a taped interview this week with Glen Cunningham, a former bodyguard for JZ Knight.
Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment primarily supports itself by selling these classes at which JZ Knight “channels” Ramtha, and then Ramtha speaks, dispensing “wisdom” to the audience. They also sell a ton of merchandise; DVDs, books, etc.
One of these books is The Last Waltz of the Tyrants, written by “Ramtha,” which Knight has taken to promoting on her personal site by saying that it’s the number one book according to #QAnon’s Tripcode book list:
QAnon’s Tripcode book list?
What’s that, you night be wondering?
Well… it was something I never really covered last year because I didn’t put too much stock in it, but basically, it was a theory that was being tossed around by various Qresearchers at the time, suggesting that Q’s ID’s and Tripcodes would all point to various books, if you were to enter them in to a Google Books search, and that these books were somehow tangentially related to the subjects Q was talking about at the time.
Jordan Sather put together a video on the subject last year, but like I said, I thought it was a load of hooey, so I just filtered it out and moved on with more important stuff, rather than bogging my readers down with it.
But some in the wider Q-community clung to this notion and started compiling lists of books… Evidently over a thousand at this point.
Well, it seems JZ Knight took notice of this, and started to sell her own book (excuse me, “Ramtha’s” book), by claiming it was “number 1” on Q’s list. Here’s an archive of her post on her website where she makes this claim:
JZ Knight.com is JZ Knight’s Official Web Site, Contact Information, and Blog where you can find personal information about JZ Knight, President of JZK, Inc., as well as radio and TV interviews, press releases, media articles, and current news reports about her and her public activities.
To be 100% clear, I think the “Q book list” theory is trash, and it has never once been recognized or confirmed by Q himself.
But here’s JZ Knight using it to market her book anyway.
Furthermore, JZ Knight would go on to actually invite singer/songwriter JT Wilde to perform some of his original Q-related music at an event on “the Farm” recently.
Here’s the WWG1WGA song Wilde put together a while back, for reference, if you need that to jostle your memory:
I have no idea how much it cost to join this event, nor where all these people got the same Q-shirts from, but needless to say…
I find this very disturbing:
Here’s a screenshot advertising the event at Ramtha.com, which states that Wilde’s appearance was in conjunction with an event entitled “Genesis,” at which “Ramtha,” that 35,000 year old entity from Mu, would be channeled by Knight, live:
So clearly, Knight is trying to move into the Q-space and hitch her Ramtha-wagon to Q.
Which I find… just… so profoundly disturbing in and of itself.
Whether she’s genuine in her beliefs (and perhaps suffering under some kind of mental disorder), or if she’s a cynical charlatan exploiting the weakminded for profit, or if she’s just another CIA-backed Jim Jones clone (that is, a Monarch Mind Control experiment), well… I’ll leave that up to you to decide.
What can not be denied is that many, many, many people over the years have called this Ramtha School a cult, and JZ Knight, a cult leader.
All this is out there, in the open, and has been reported and repeated in many venues…
Which makes what I have to say next the most disturbing thing I’ve seen yet, because it involves two prominent members of the Qcommunity who should have known better than to get involved with this organization.
Both have agreed to travel to “The Farm” and speak at a for-profit event there, which is, as of this writing, a little under a month-and-a-half away. From the Ramtha School’s Website:
For whatever reason, InTheMatrixxx and ShadyGroove have decided that it would be a good idea for them to hook up with what some have called a “cult” and spread Q-related messages there, on stage, for exorbitant fees.
I mean, really, just break down the cost alone. We don’t have the price for the 101 class, but a Capstone membership costs 600 dollars.
With the 20% discount, that’s an 80 dollar ticket on top of the 600 dollar membership, all to hear InTheMatrixxx and ShadyGroove prattle on about the Payseurs for an hour, hour-and-a-half, or whatever.
That’s almost 700 dollars for info that’s already everywhere, for free.
And how did Knight hook up with InTheMatrixxx and Shadygroove?
Well, she started splashing that cash in their direction on their livestreams, donating money in repeated hundred-dollar chunks:
I think that money got their attention.
(And I’m not against making money, folks. Not by any stretch of the imagination. People have to eat and pay the bills. But there’s a right way and a wrong way to go about it).
Of course, Shady and Matrixxx are welcome to clarify how they got involved with JZ Knight and the Ramtha school, if they would like.
But really, Matrixxx, Shady, you should absolutely not under any circumstance be affiliating with that school, or with Knight herself.
(And just a sidenote for Matrixxx and Shady here: I realize the Payseur stuff was something of a “home-run” in terms of research, but be honest: you guys weren’t the only ones [or even the original ones] to dig that info up, and it’s been almost a year old at this point. The rest of the researchers moved on to other digs long ago. You can’t keep reliving your “glory days).”
But beyond that, you guys just have to know how this looks.
You have to know how often Qresearchers get maligned as joining a #Qult.
And now you two, both very prominent members of the QCommunity, are going to go to the gated headquarters of an “organization” run by a woman who claims to be channeling a 35,000 year old spirit, and whose members have to pay for the privilege of living onsite and attending classes, to the tunes of thousands of dollars every year?
This image doesn’t adequately convey my rage over this, but…
I’m just going to say it:
I don’t care what it costs you guys, but you both need to immediately cancel your appearance there and cut off all contact with Knight and the Ramtha school moving forward. This can be in no uncertain terms. Full stop. It has to end.
Because you can’t legitimately go on a stage and rail against the Payseurs, when that stage is owned by an organization that has friggin’ THIS as their logo:
Oh, what’s that, you want me to say it louder?
What’s the matter, am I not coming through?
Well let me try again…
I mean, really, Matrixxx and Shady?
I wish I didn’t have to write crap like this, but if you guys don’t cancel this appearance and sever all ties with this organization, I’ll consider you enemies of the Qmovement moving forward.
And that brings the grand total of prominent, respected Qresearchers I’ve “attacked” in the past few months to THREE.
And right before the release of my book, too.
Seriously guys, I could have kept my mouth shut about all of them and likely reeled in endorsements for my book.
But I’m glad to lose the endorsements if it means keeping the community health and safe, heading off potential deep-state attacks, and keeping my integrity intact.
Make your choice, Matrixxx and Shady, and make it quick. I shouldn’t have even had to write this in the first place.
Notable Gab Posts:
Continuing my effort to bring you guys some notables from Gab. As always, this is just a sampling of some of the discussions going on in the group, so don’t feel bad or otherwise take it personally if I didn’t highlight yours here, today. I try to highlight what I can, but there’s just no way I can highlight all the good posts made by the good members of the group. I would encourage anyone still lurking to join up, and get involved!
Navy launches an X-COM satellite: https://gab.com/NeonRevolt/posts/T0RCVzdHVFhublNRTHRhOXIzTytxQT09
Mueller is testifying before the House Judiciary Committee on May 15th: https://gab.com/NeonRevolt/posts/MXRIUXVuYkhiT2kwcm90YUMzazZPUT09
Top Donors to the Clinton Foundation: https://gab.com/NeonRevolt/posts/NmVFbkhEMFNlVkU3NmtRaVFSV0JpUT09
China Owns Biden: https://gab.com/Guild/posts/QzJTWXFLRGl4aWhUMnI2VW9mSEJnUT09
James Comey Body Language: https://gab.com/Shazlandia/posts/czRCUnE2QU81elcwLzF1Rnpma1IrZz09
Collins is going to release 53 testimonies this week: https://gab.com/NeonRevolt/posts/Q2VQTG1Qc3ZPdmVtWW9ick43cWt4UT09
Rex on Mueller: https://gab.com/NeonRevolt/posts/clBUcDlsR1JQd2pnZEorbzdSaHNBdz09
Strzok worked or BOTH CIA and FBI, and grew up in Iran: https://gab.com/NeonRevolt/posts/UFlGdHoySXhCRVE5bFJIR3A4bm5KZz09
Epstein Donation Infographic: https://gab.com/bonaphyde/posts/ZDZRa0locnNzcGJxeGsyd2ZnbXRuUT09
Epoch Times Ukraine Connection: https://gab.com/DoEAnon/posts/N0tickJWVTQxTHFnU2J6NjNkYllBZz09
Joe D on Gorka’s show: https://gab.com/KekMonster/posts/UEFLTVRXNU1KWmVjb3dxMERYNytkUT09
Schiff wants the Ukraine off-limits (of course he does): https://gab.com/91Dawgman/posts/OTk4cGZPV2lLOEd4RHdVMmU0ZHFLdz09
The relationship between Tariffs and Bitcoin Prices: https://gab.com/OzMAGA/posts/cDVURnFxbzNCaU9QOXFGeEhXeGJsQT09
The Left eating Alyssa Milano and her “sex strike” alive: https://gab.com/PallasAthena/posts/NU8wUE5vbWFrekorRHFDNThPWVl2Zz09
Anon smells a #FalseFlag setup: https://gab.com/NeonRevolt/posts/ZTkyaC92ZkZHbDZjNW1RMUxZM3Zxdz09
Blackburn says Link Campus was working with Crowdstrike alumni: https://gab.com/FrederickSelous/posts/eE9LbXM4UmI2V0JEdExFUGVhRndBZz09
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