QAnon

The Battle for Earth and Our Souls: The Awakening Begins
By: Q Veritas
Narrated by: Richard L Walton
Length: 3 hrs and 30 mins
Categories: Nonfiction, Politics
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People have been calling the QAnon Phenomenon the conspiracy theory of the year. The story behind the movement has all the elements of a good James Bond movie. There's a secret society of influential people hell-bent on wreaking havoc and doing everything to keep the people in the government from doing their jobs.

There is the benevolent leader who, despite all the adversaries, is still fighting to rid the world of said nefarious group. And then there is the anonymous contact to the outside world, QAnon. He is the insider who lets others know what is happening. But this is not a spy movie.

There are some real-world consequences to the things that are happening between these factions. This audiobook will let you see both sides of the battling groups. If you have heard of the QAnon movement and want to learn more about this growing phenomenon, this audiobook is for you.

This audiobook, QAnon: The Battle for Earth and Our Souls, will give you an introduction to the QAnon Phenomenon. We will take a look at:

  • What deep state is in the context of the US
  • Who are the key players in this ongoing battle between the government and the secret cabal of evil entities?
  • Who is QAnon?
  • What are the clues the QAnon left us and what they could possibly mean?
  • How this QAnon movement has affected the world

If you, like thousands of other people who want to understand what is truly happening in the world, want to delve deeper into the history and workings of the movement and desire to explore the possibilities that we may have been fooled by an all-powerful entity into believing the truths they manufactured, then you have to get this book as soon as possible.

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A must read for everyone trying to make sense of these chaotic times we are living in

This book helps connect the dots that won’t be seen or heard on mainstream media. What’s happening today is not how things were meant to be. It’s a battle of good and evil and the people need to take back our freedom. There’s information war that is meant to pin us against each other through censorship and control. Do your own your own research and don’t just eat what is fed to you. Lies become reality when no one checks the facts. Great book for anyone who can open their mind and do their own research. If you seek the real truth this book will help you will find it.

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good information! quick but still worth the 12$$$!

it wasnt vary long. i wished it wasn't over. good information and i thought it was well rounded. It gave a decent history, altthought the outline of skeptics and belivers was a bit swallow at times.

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interesting phenomenon

interesting phenomenon. decent investigation into the Q phenomenon. missed a couple huge questions. Why has the MSM never asked the president publicly about Q. 20 million followers, implications of high treason on one side, implications of violent outbreaks from the other side. The fact that there is no DOJ investigation seems surreal.

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amazing

loved it so much I really appreciate it and I know that my daughters will love it.

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puts some light on things

nothing is 100% many interests out there being steered by high level people.. we the people are just cattle

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The truth

Excellent book for those seeking the truth about Deep State agenda. An overwhelming eye opener . Once you know what will you do with the information? Ask not what your country can do for you, BUT what can YOU do for YOUR country.

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Amazing!

Super easy to understand and informative. It broke down complicated information to simple understanding.

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I’ve been following Q since the beginning. This guy is a waste of time.

to anyone who knows Q this book will be a disappointment. To anyone who does not this book will not be a proper introduction.

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Yeah ok.

Wasn't what I expected. had hopes of some clarity, direction or confirmation. much of the story left me hanging with no proof of the existence of Q. many chapters of "maybe, maybe not". and if Q was real, any opposition could access the information and be yet another step ahead.

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  • 09-05-19

Waste of time.

While subtle at first this book is clearly anti Qanon, even though the writer claims to portray both skeptics and followers which he/she does in a lazy and not very convincing way. I get the impression that the author is not very knowledgeable on the topic and/or for some reason is only scratching the surface.
The writing is boring, bland and a little annoying, and the narrator delivers it in a deep monotone voice which makes it sound even more like a joke.

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