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If You’re Into Eating Children’s Brains, You’ve Got a Four-Year Free Ride: A QAnon Bedtime Story (Part 2)


Robert Guffey

Art by Geoff Chadsey
Images courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery

Part two of a four-part series
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It’s now November 15 and the atmosphere’s feeling rather desperate in Rick’s DIY home studio. After shilling his new line of “Christian Patriot” sanitizers (do these products sanitize non-Christian, unpatriotic germs?), Rick attempts to sell his audience the following castle in the sky: “This is a movie we’re watching and we’re going to be envisioning Trump as the victor . . . because I just want to see that happen anyway, no matter which way this goes in this military-intelligence operation . . . as they make more mistakes and try to lie to us some more. It’s not going to work!”

Is even Rick beginning to vacillate? A few days earlier, Rick told us Trump would remain in the White House without question. But now he’s throwing in qualifiers like “no matter which way this goes.” Did God change his omniscient mind at some point between Amanda Grace’s November 4th appearance on the show and now? What could possibly put a crick in God’s plan to continue Trump’s administration? Is reality itself opposed to God’s divine blueprint?

Later in the show, certain aspects of Rick’s personality are revealed. As he reads from a Q-head’s blog to prove that Biden and his cohorts will soon be tossed into prison for election rigging, he decides to share his computer screen with the audience. The post from which he’s reading is visible for all to see. The post begins with this line: “How come you faggots aren’t reporting THIS???” This is followed by a link to yet more unprovable jabberwocky. Rick reads aloud the entire post except for that first sentence. The sentence lingers on his screen for a very long time. Rick can clearly see it. It doesn’t make him bat an eye or even wince in embarrassment.1 Is the word “faggot” used so commonly around Rick’s wholesome Texan household that it doesn’t even occur to him to try to explain it away or to switch to another screen as quickly as possible?

Throughout the episode, from time to time, the following invitation appears above Rick’s head: DISCUSS Q WITH B2T & OTHER ANONS:

So I accept. Who can resist such genteel Southern hospitality? I follow the link to a site called Voat.

The very first message I see is a vehement and (not surprisingly) anonymous screed about the poster’s desperate need to chase down “niggers.”

I decide that investigating the site any further is not necessary.

Ten days later, on Christmas Day, I discover that Voat—which had been around for six years—is now disabled. In its place is a link to a message written by the site’s creator explaining that Voat has run out of funds. The explanation ends with two quotes from the Bible:

Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, "Vengeance is mine; I will repay", saith the Lord. Romans 12:19
Do not say, “I will do to him as he has done to me; I will pay the man back for what he has done.” Proverbs 24:29

The very first comment one sees after this heartfelt farewell is: “Goodbye and Merry Christmas niggerfaggot” followed by “Thank you Patriot!” and “Thank you for the best site, EVER, truly remarkable. Love you guys. No mercy, no quarter. JESUS IS KING!”

. . . followed by 2,455 comments in a similar vein: breathless paeans to Jesus alternating with racist, homophobic screeds.

One can only wonder why Christians get such a bad rap these days.


It’s now November 21, and I’m standing in line with my wife at a Sear’ in Long Beach. My wife is returning some pants she’d purchased for our daughter a few days before. The pants were too small. A woman at the front of the long line is taking an inordinate amount of time returning what appears to be a defective metal kitchen appliance. Suffering from near-terminal boredom, I glance up at the ceiling and notice a green Christmas wreath dangling above me. It occurs to me that if one added a tiny tail at the bottom, the wreath would look like the letter “Q.”

I turn to my wife and say, “Hey . . . we should make some cheap QAnon Christmas wreaths and sell them at overinflated prices to these brainwashed fucks.”

“That’s a really good idea,” my wife says.

The second I get home, I google “QAnon Christmas wreath.” The only match is a ceramic QAnon ornament that depicts a white rabbit leaping over the letter Q. (The white rabbit is a recurring symbol in QAnon mythology. One would think the rabbit was derived from Alice in Wonderland, but instead most of the Q-heads seem to associate the rabbit only with The Matrix; they don’t appear to be aware that the Wachowskis’ use of the rabbit was an overt reference to the writings of Lewis Carroll.) Amazon describes this ornament as a “Trust in the Plan” gift that’s ideal for Christmas, weddings, and birthdays. Its theme is identified as “religious” in nature. This holy trinket will only set you back $12.99, plus $6.99 shipping and handling.

The total lack of QAnon-themed Christmas wreaths shocks me. Clearly, this is a void that needs to be filled by some enterprising entrepreneur. Search for me on Etsy under the name “Pelosi’sPittsburghPlatterPingPongPizzaParlor” or perhaps “BidenHarrisClevelandSteamer.” I haven’t decided yet.


It’s now November 22, the 57th anniversary of the JFK assassination, and Gene is on Rick’s show pumping up the faithful with the lowdown on the Deep State conspiracy arrayed against Trump’s second term.

Gene: “[Trump] got 80% of every state! What this did is, it overwhelmed the algorithm of the Dominion machine and its software. It wasn’t capable of dealing with that, so they had to shut it down and reboot it and bring in tons of fake ballots and all kind of things. Because [Trump] swept the country! The Republicans swept the country! And so, once all this comes to light, there’s going to be a lot of people going to Gitmo or Camp Century or various other FEMA camps they [the Illuminati] designed for us [Christians] . . .”

Rick: “Now, Gene, this is a gut feeling. There’s no evidence I have, but I just feel there’s already military tribunals going on for the voter fraud right now that are secret, just like there has been for the last three years.”

Gene: “Two days ago twelve big transport planes left for Gitmo.”

Rick: “Wow!”

Gene: “So I do know that occurred.”

Rick: “That’s some potential evidence there, right? Whether it’s back to the whole Spygate or the human trafficking and everything else going on, or it’s this voter fraud, we know there’s always been stuff going on behind the scenes with the white hats in control. And that’s why the media and the entire apparatus of the Deep State is trying to get us to think and change timelines to this negative timeline that Joe Biden is actually going to become President on January 20th when we know for a fact that Donald J. Trump is going to be President on January 20th! That’s why we need to be faith-praying with the vision of that happening. Correct, Gene?”

Gene: “It’s like I said last night. You either have faith or you don’t. If you have disbelief, you’re serving Satan.”3


When one listens to Rick and his friends over an extended period of time, one begins to realize that they truly believe they can alter reality—“timelines,” as they like to say—merely by thinking about the desired results long and hard enough. Not by prayer, per se, but through actual magic. They believe they’re countering the sigil-wielding Satanists in Hollywood with the enemy’s own occult weapons.

You might call them magic-practicing “Christian Patriots,” which on the surface would seem to be a contradiction in terms, but they see no conflict of interest in Christians practicing magic in God’s name. In this sense they’re mimicking the way their hero, Donald Trump, was raised.

Not long after Election Day, media theorist Douglas Rushkoff (author of Program or Be Programmed and many other books) visits writer and practicing magician Grant Morrison in Scotland to discuss Morrison’s views on magic and creativity in relation to current events. The interview airs on Rushkoff’s podcast, Team Human. During their conversation, Morrison touches on this seeming paradox of the far right appropriating the tools of magic for their own ends:

Morrison: As the Left became more divided and more turned against itself, I think the Right took up the ideas of magic to the point where the President lives in a world of magical thinking. “If I deny this, it will cease to be. My will is stronger than reality.” He genuinely exists in that bubble where he truly believes that by thinking it hard enough, by repeating it again and again, it will become reality.

Rushkoff: And there’s some truth to that, there’s some logic. I mean, it’s the way magic works. [Trump] was raised in the Church of Norman Vincent Peale, the guy who wrote The Power of Positive Thinking.

Morrison: The power of positive thinking to overturn tornadoes, to turn back tides and fires. I think [Trump] truly has that in him. Clearly, the magic has worked, and it’s worked in a lot of interesting ways, but it’s maybe time for some of the people on what used to be “our side” to reclaim it. There’s such a polarization right now that maybe everyone kind of has to meet in the middle again using the same [magical] techniques.

Rushkoff: You know, I always wanted to believe that bad people couldn’t use magic, that you had to have some sort of integrity and connection to Godhead.

Morrison: [Laughs] But we’ve all seen those movies [with] the black magician—Baron Mordo from Doctor Strange. We should’ve known, we should’ve understood, that they’re equally good at it.4

This is the main reason Rick encourages his audience to avoid watching mainstream news. It’s not to shield them from the pain of a fallen world. He believes that if enough “Christian Patriots” divest themselves of consensus reality, reality itself will change. So, when Rick makes statements that aren’t true, he’s not lying—not from his perspective. He’s just practicing magic. Fighting occult fire with occult fire.

But what happens when the magic fails?

What happens when reality simply refuses to change at your bidding?


On December 6, Sanjana Karanth of The Huffington Post reports the following:

Supporters of President Donald Trump amped up their efforts to intimidate Michigan officials this weekend, gathering with firearms outside Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson’s home on Saturday to protest the battleground state’s election results, which helped Joe Biden win the race.

Benson, who is Michigan’s top election official, released a statement on Sunday speaking out about the incident. She said that dozens of armed individuals stood outside her home “shouting obscenities and chanting into bullhorns” while she was decorating the house for Christmas with her 4-year-old son.

“The demands made outside my home were unambiguous, loud and threatening. They targeted me in my role as Michigan’s Chief Election Officer,” Benson said. “But the threats of those gathered weren’t actually aimed at me ― or any other elected officials in this state. They were aimed at the voters.”5

A little over a week later, on the 14th, Chris Matthews of MarketWatch publishes this report:

Electors across the country voted amid threats of violence and the continued, unsubstantiated allegations by President Donald Trump that he lost the November election as the result of widespread election fraud . . .

The Michigan State Capitol was closed due to “credible threats of violence,” The Washington Post reported, while in Arizona, the vote was held in an undisclosed location for safety reasons, according to the New York Times.

In Wisconsin, electors were instructed to enter the capitol grounds through an “unmarked side door” to avoid protesters, as electors in the state reported having received threats of harm against them and their families if they followed through with their pledged votes for Biden.

Trump has consistently stoked the anger of his supporters, tweeting this weekend that swing states “CANNOT LEGALLY CERTIFY these votes as complete & correct without committing a severely punishable crime.” The president has continued to advance allegations of election fraud that have been discredited in the more than 50 court cases he and his allies have lost in seeking to overturn the results of the November election.

On Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court decided not to hear a case filed by the state of Texas and joined by the Trump campaign and publicly supported by 126 House Republicans that sought to have the results of the presidential balloting in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin declared unconstitutional and effectively hand Trump a second term.

Though there remains active litigation in courts wherein the Trump campaign and its allies are seeking to decertify results in many of the same battleground states, the Supreme Court’s refusal to even hear the Texas case represents a comprehensive rebuke of theories of widespread voter fraud or illegal changes to state election law as factoring into the Trump loss to Biden.6

The next day, on the 15th of December, Kenneth Garger of the New York Post reports:

A former Houston Police Department captain was arrested Tuesday for allegedly pointing a gun at an air conditioner repairman he thought was orchestrating a massive voter fraud scheme, prosecutors said.

Mark Aguirre, 63, was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for the Oct. 19 confrontation, according to the Harris County District Attorney’s Office.

Aguirre, a member of a group of private citizens conducting their own probe into an alleged ballot scheme, rammed his SUV into the man’s work truck — believing the victim was hauling around 750,000 fraudulent ballots, prosecutors said.

The former cop then pointed his handgun at the technician when he exited his vehicle and forced him to the ground, according to prosecutors.

The day of the incident, Aguirre received $211,400 from Houston-based Liberty Center for God and Country. The group’s CEO is well-known right-wing activist Steven Hotze, the Texas Tribune reported.

Inside the man’s work truck, police found air conditioning parts and tools, not ballots, prosecutors said.7


On December 18, Rick sends me (or Ed Poe) a bizarre email letting me know that he and his “Christian Patriot” friends have petitioned “the Lord in his Courts against the Cabal/‘The Enemy’ on behalf of all human beings” in the form of a rambling, twelve-page, single-spaced screed he calls the “Courts of Heaven” document.

In a sense, it’s intended to be a magical sigil in written form, the purpose of which is to manifest the beliefs of QAnon into physical reality.

Here are just a few excerpts:



THE PEOPLE OF GOD WHO ARE CALLED BY HIS NAME, HIS EKKLESIA, on behalf of all living beings on our planet EARTH, and in our MILKY WAY GALAXY that are in agreement and in service to God. This also includes our ancestors, our forefathers, and our descendants.

Appellants, vs.
ALL LIFE EVERYWHERE, [also known as The Enemies]



As God, our Highest Judge has said in Psalm 89:14 “RIGHTEOUSNESS AND JUSTICE ARE THE FOUNDATION OF YOUR THRONE.”

Your Word promises in II Chronicles 7:14 that You will grant relief in the form of:
(1) a hearing, (2) forgiveness and (3) healing of lands on the absolute condition that we, Your People: (1) humble ourselves, (2) petition You in specific prayer,
(3) Seek Your Face, and (4) turn from our wicked ways.

AND as Your HOLY GOSPEL further teaches us:
In John 18 You Will Defend And Avenge Your Elect.

[. . .]

WE FURTHER BRING FORWARD the testimony of YOUR true prophets, that YOU, THE ONE TRUE GOD of ALL CREATION, Love, Light and Compassion, have anointed President Donald J. Trump, as YOUR servant, for such a time as this, in his role as the 45th President of and for these United States of America for two consecutive terms and additional terms as appointed by YOU. Given these prophecies, the Appellees are prevented from any plans to change what You have decreed for Your anointed, Donald J. Trump to accomplish in YOUR NAME. Therefore, these United States of and for America, will reach its highest destiny, and fulfill YOUR Will. As America goes, so goes the world; the Appellees have clearly stepped outside their jurisdiction, by constantly trying to stop Your will from being done.

WE FURTHER BRING FORWARD the testimony of Q, the Q Team, and the ALLIANCE, as evidence that the Appellees have overstepped their jurisdiction at this time. Your anointed, Donald J. Trump, Q+, set in motion the complete eradication of HUMAN TRAFFICKING (POTUS’s Executive Orders) which includes, the saving of our children, adults, and all other living beings, including animals, through the clearing of the DUMBs, underground caves, tunnels, etc., on Earth. This evidence proves beyond a reasonable doubt that the Appellees have lost all jurisdiction to all their evil plans and crimes.


THEREFORE, WE DECREE AND DECLARE that ALL acts NOT IN SERVICE TO GOD’S CREATION: whether on EARTH, or carried out in our MILKY WAY GALAXY, are DECEPTIVE AND ILLEGAL MANEUVERS against the Appellants and those they represent.

WE DECREE AND DECLARE that all evil, demonic, criminal acts and plans of the Appellees be stopped immediately, revoked, and repealed, in all realities, on all timelines, and in every direction of time.

FOR FURTHER CLARITY, all these illegal acts and plans of the enemy that are referred to in the above paragraph includes [sic], but is not limited to:

1. ELECTION FRAUD: in any way, at any time, in ALL NATIONS on EARTH, and in this particular time, the massive fraud and cheating in the election of November 3rd, 2020, in these United States of America;

FURTHERMORE, ANY support of this massive fraud by those who were complicit in any way, in part or in whole; those who were willfully blind to the truth that Donald J. Trump won this latest election; this includes any media complicit with this fraud;

WE BOLDY [sic] submit that these shenanigans, masquerades, and complete absurdities, were done ILLEGALLY by the Appellees. Since Sidney Powell released the Kraken on Earth, we join in the spirit with her and release the Kraken of Justice and Righteousness in the Heavenly Realms.
Matthew 12:29; 16:19; 18:18. 1 Corinthians 15:46

2. THE NWO and the “Plan-demic” are ILLEGAL MOVES by the Appellees:

• the premeditated creation of a deadly virus, including taking away of human rights by mandatory mask mandates,
• lockdowns, emotional damage, especially to children,
• mandatory vaccines, loss of jobs, loss of businesses,
• promoting and/or conjuring fear in people: suicides, loss of social connection, social distancing mandates that mirror satanic rituals, isolation (e.g., refusal to allow family near deathbeds and funerals),
• lies about the plan-demic by ANYONE, including the medical community and the public health officials: fake covid numbers, fake tests and contaminated tests with the man-made virus, and any other nefarious plans of the enemies,
• whistle blowers, i.e., doctors, nurses and others who were threatened or lost their livelihood;
• censorship of truth, regarding prevention, treatments and cures;
• withholding of cures and effective treatments;
• knowingly misusing technology to cause harm going against the medical and political oaths they took;
• pharmaceutical companies that knowingly colluded in the plan-demic

[. . .]

WE DECREE AND DECLARE all other soul traps, in existence, known to GOD, ARE ILLEGAL and NULL AND VOID, as these soul traps are totally NOT in service to God’s Creation.

These other soul traps that harvest God’s souls, and illegally use these precious souls to manipulate, alter, and change God’s will for these souls, are an abomination. As an example, these souls, harvested by any or all of the Appellees, are illegally altered by changing their GOD GIVEN heterosexual nature that is, to be a fully heterosexual male or fully a heterosexual female.
God’s will and creation has no other “sexual categories” for these souls brought to Earth, other than what God intends.

WE DECREE AND DECLARE these soul traps be DESTROYED, REPEALED AND REVOKED on all timelines, in all realities, for all-time, and all directions of time, by God Almighty, our HIGHEST JUDGE.

WE DECREE AND DECLARE that with the end of these soul traps, all souls captured are released to God and restored to YOUR will, Most High Judge.

[. . .]

WE DECREE AND DECLARE that complete restoration and restitution be done, by the Appellees, for all demonic, illegal, and evil plans and acts that were done to the Appellants and to those on behalf of whom the Appellants appear in this Appeal to Heaven.


With eternal gratitude, we humbly thank the Judge of the Highest Court of Heaven, our Abba Father, for hearing this Appeal filed as a class action suit, and Writ of Habeas Corpus.

Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done, on Earth as it is in Heaven. As it is written, so let it be done, and sealed now and for all time.


Blessed To Teach and Serve Ekklesia

Dated this 18 day of December in the Year of our Lord, 2020.


Two days later, Rick is back in the studio advertising his new “Gene Unleashed” t-shirt, which features the slogan, “The Choice To Know Will Be YOURS.” Apparently, evangelical Christians are “pro-choice” only when it comes to accepting transparently ludicrous disinformation campaigns with no critical thinking whatsoever. (You can buy the t-shirt from his online store if you’re interested—it’s your choice, of course.)

After this blatant plug, Rick informs us, “There’s no two parties right now! It’s evil or it’s truth. It’s evil or it’s good! And that is becoming extremely clear right now. There’re many Republicans who’ve chosen to stay with the evil, to fall and be intimidated, when this is the time to fight. Here we have Donald Trump saying [on Twitter], ‘The lie of the year is that Joe Biden won!’ . . . So here we are at the end of the year—you’re lookin’ back. What’s the lie of the year? It’s that Joe Biden won! [Laughs] And of course they put the notice here [from] the criminal thought police of Twitter, ‘Election officials have certified Joe Biden as the winner of the U.S. Presidential election.’ [Laughs again] The fact is that there is no President-elect until January 6th . . . in a contested election. Obviously, if everybody said, ‘Oh, we lost, you won, you’re the President-elect,’ that’s one thing. But this is contested. This is completely contested! And so January 6th is a big day. Now, could we see a lot evidence come out after January 6th, and turmoil, and potential military action? Potentially. But I think there’s obviously a good chance that our Constitution might come through here despite the corruption of all these judges down in the lower state areas, despite the fact that they haven’t looked at anything based on merit and are trying to use some procedural . . . excuse for not enforcing the remedy. Right? The fact is that the amount of voter fraud is overwhelming. And there’s more coming. Almost every day there’s huge amounts of new evidence, and I even believe there’s going to be more, particularly if you look at the prophecies of Amanda over the last couple of months.”

A few minutes later, Gene joins Rick for yet another epistemological discussion:

Gene: “My life now seems like I’m living every sci-fi movie and fantasy movie and book I’ve ever read simultaneously . . . What we think is normal is not at all. They [the Illuminati] have known many, many, many things that seem to us like utter fantasy. As most people realize, as you go down the rabbit hole, you go, ‘Can this really be true?’ I mean, it seems like this is some movie I saw!”

Rick: “I think it’s good, though—don’t you, Gene?—that we’re getting people away from the lies of the media. They’re trying to pull us into this timeline of Joe Biden becoming the President when we know that’s not what we’re accepting, and we’re fighting against that, and we know that’s not going to happen.”

Gene: “I don’t care how big the person is, how many followers they have—in the hundreds of millions or whatever. You don’t see Trump pumping fear. Anytime you have somebody who’s fearmongering, pumping and misleading you—even if there’s some tragic events that have happened, [Trump] leaves you with a note at the end of hope. And that things will be better. The best is yet to come. You want somebody who’s planting your feet in faith and in hope, and not focusing you on the dark side of things. Fear is the opposite of faith.”8

Pause for a moment and meditate on the irony of this fellow spending the last few years of his life obtaining international notoriety via the internet by peddling hours upon hours of horror stories—with no verifiable evidence whatsoever—about thousands upon thousands of innocent children being dragged down into hellish grottoes located beneath America where they’re brutally violated by high-ranking initiates of the Illuminati (many of whom are, according to Gene, revered politicians and entertainers) and then promptly stuffed down the gullets of ancient, Lovecraftian Elder Gods, turning around and chastising members of the mainstream media for “fearmongering”?

In Gene’s mind, the idea of Trump losing the 2020 election is infinitely more terrifying than ten thousand kids disappearing down the throat of a giant demon.


A day later, on December 21, KPTV in Oregon reports:

A protest outside of the Oregon State Capitol during a special legislative session Monday ended with four arrests and one person being sought, according to Oregon State Patrol.

OSP said the group gathered at 8:30 a.m. and attempted to enter the building, which was closed to the public due to the pandemic. The group was heard chanting "open up" – signaling their support for loosening Oregon's COVID-19 restrictions.

Several protesters gained access to the building as a person left the building. Troopers asked them to go, and "the altercation became physical."

One of the protesters sprayed some kind of chemical irritant or bear spray into the vestibule, but Troopers and Salem police were able to contain the crowd.

OSP said that despite several warnings to leave or face arrest for trespassing, protesters stayed. At 10:30 a.m., a protester sprayed a chemical irritant again at police leading to [the arrest of] Ryan Lyles, 41 . . . Lyles was charged with being a felon in possession of body armor and unlawful use of mace.

Protesters also deployed a device that emitted smoke during the engagement, according to OSP.

Two people identified as Ronald Vanvlack, 75, and Jerry Dyerson, 53, refused to leave the building and were taken into custody, OSP said. They were charged with criminal trespass and disorderly conduct.

At about 1:30 p.m., a man, identified as Jeremiah Pruitt, 35, attempted to gain entry on the west side of the Capitol building by breaking a window of one of the doors, according to OSP. Pruitt was arrested and charged with criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.

OSP is searching for Jeremy Roberts, 40, who is believed to have attempted to enter the building that afternoon and may have attacked two reporters.

Many in the crowd were seen holding Trump signs, while others were openly carrying weapons.

Despite the group's efforts, the Oregon legislature concluded the special session and passed four COVID relief bills.9


Meanwhile, on that same day, Gene returns to Rick’s show to reveal the full details of his origin story and the wellsprings of his most sensitive and Above Top Secret information. According to Gene, he depends upon two vital sources: 1) the voice of “God” and 2) “spies.”

Gene: “[God] actually told me that I had to get His Word out. He allowed me to come back from a thirty-minute death experience to help Him for the Great Awakening and to wake up the world and to keep all of the human race on the highest timeline of His Divine Plan . . . God told me to do the D.U.M.B. [Deep Underground Military Base] decode. The world had to know where they [the Illuminati] were doing these things to the children because the focus of humanity had to wake up to what was being done beneath their feet, where they were planning their NOW [New World Order] movement, to go into those [bases] after they had wiped us off the surface of the Earth with all our children they’d taken and harvest them and keep harvesting various things through horrific means. That curtain had to be pulled aside . . .

“God would say, ‘Go here and type in this.’ When I first found Q—the first Q, back in 2017 on 4chan—I was out working on my back deck and He just told me, ‘Blow the sawdust off with the leaf blower as much as you can and go up and bring up computer-type stuff on the keyboard.’ I don’t even know—I’m tech-challenged beyond belief—I don’t know how I did it. You know, it’s just God’s direction. Same with the D.U.M.B. decode, the first one. A lot of it is just, you know, God telling me where to go to look for things and what to type in […]. It took six months to get that first connection. It was bizarre when it happened. It was very subtle. I literally felt a tap on my shoulder and [heard] a whisper in my ear: ‘You’re welcome.’ Very shortly after that, the connection became quite strong. As you continue to go there every day, you can literally have full-out conversations [with God]. I’ve gotten chemical formulas, quantum equations, differential equations, pages and pages, all kinds of things. So this was exactly that type of thing where, along with the time it takes to do the research—the primary thing was the thirty years of research when I first red-pilled back in 1990, when I originally started. I was spending every Friday afternoon when I got off work till Sunday when they close [at] the Supreme Court law library . . . Because we train that way in the military—to study, or stand watch, long maneuvering marches, battle stations, etc., so I had that kind of stamina. I was in great shape with my martial arts, so I would literally study for more than forty-eight hours straight, going to the Supreme Court law library, Congressional registers, following the money, Executive Orders, obscure documents, all that kind of thing as well. And then taking courses and learning more and more, and researching, and asking God for information, and then getting to [the point where] God would just bring people [to me]. I got to meet people like Dr. [John] Coleman who wrote The Committee of Three Hundred, and many, many fine, cutting-edge persons that helped me get information, as well as some spies who came—literally, just showed up in my life! It’s literally, like, the force of God brings people to you when you’re trying to help and be in service to Him.”10

Let’s play that sentence back for a moment: “Some spies who came—literally, just showed up in my life!”

Back in 1987, Robert Anton Wilson wrote the following gnomic words:

In CIA jargon, a “useful idiot” means somebody who is working for them but doesn’t know it.

My involvements with controversial politics have left me with one lasting legacy. Whenever I suspect that I am taking myself or my theories too seriously, I stop and ask myself, “Have I become a useful idiot yet?”11

These are words that Gene should definitely consider, though I doubt he’s ever read them . . . or ever will read them.

Unless he somehow reads this article.

But that can’t happen because he will never read anything not written by those who haven’t yet accepted the light and salvation offered by the seventeenth letter of the alphabet into his or her or their furry little, freakish heart.



1 “DominionGate! The Great Election Sting! Part 8. B2T Nov 15, 2020,”, Dec. 15, 2020 (accessed Dec. 18, 2020). Available at:

2 “I Can’t Keep It Up,” Dec. 25, 2020 (accessed Jan. 12, 2021). Available at:

3 “Gene on the Election. The Great Election Sting! Part 11. B2T Nov 22, 2020,”, Nov 22, 2020 (accessed Jan. 10, 2021). Available at:

4 “Grant Morrison: Freaks Like Us,” Team Human, Dec. 21, 2020 (accessed Jan. 13, 2021). Available at:

5 Sanjana Karanth, “Armed Michiganders Gather Outside Secretary of State’s Home to Deny Voting Results,” The Huffington Post, Dec. 6, 2020 (accessed Jan. 10, 2021). Available:

6 Chris Matthews, “Electoral College Confirms Joe Biden as President-Elect Amid Threats of Violence and Trump Protests,” MarketWatch, Dec. 14, 2020 (accessed Jan. 10, 2021). Available at:

7 Kenneth Garger, “Former Houston Cop Arrested for Attacking Repairman Over Bizarre Voter Fraud Claims,” New York Post, Dec. 15, 2020 (accessed Jan. 10, 2021). Available at:

8 “Game Over. The Great Election Sting! Part 29. B2T Show Dec. 20, 2020,”, Dec. 20, 2020 (accessed Jan. 10, 2021). Available at:

9 “Four People Arrested in Unlawful Assembly Outside Oregon State Capitol; 1 Person Sought,”, Dec. 21, 2020 (accessed Jan. 10, 2021). Available at:

10 “Gene Decode on Decoding! Part 2: Word from the Lord—Amanda Grace. B2T Show Dec 21, 2020,”, Dec. 21, 2020 (accessed Jan. 10, 2021). Available at:

11 Robert Anton Wilson, “Introduction: The Spaghetti Theory of Conspiracy,” The Illuminati Conspiracy: The Sapiens System by Donald Holmes, 1987, 2nd ed., New Falcon Publications, 1993, pp. 17-18.


Robert Guffey

Robert Guffey is a lecturer in the Department of English at California State University – Long Beach. Among other books, he is author of Until the Last Dog Dies (Night Shade/Skyhorse), a darkly satirical novel, and Chameleo: A Strange but True Story of Invisible Spies, Heroin Addiction and Homeland Security (OR Books), which Flavorwire called “by many miles the [year’s] weirdest and funniest book.”

Geoffrey Chadsey

Geoffrey Chadsey is known for his drawings of hybrid figures in a constant state of shedding and becoming that shift between genders, time frames and sometimes species. His work can be found in the permanent collections of the Honolulu Museum of Art and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. He is represented by Jack Shainman Gallery, NY.

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