(Stillness in the Storm Editor) SerialBrain2 is a Q Anon follower that posts frequently on message boards in an effort to add clarity to the cryptic messages of Q Anon and Trump. These decodings often involve gematria or numerological connections to time stamps, Trump tweets, and Q posts. To many, especially the uninitiated, these connections seem completely “made up” and bogus. But this isn’t true. The connections are objectively real in that one can break down a string of letters to reveal a numerical code that itself is objectively tied to a subject. What the decodings mean and if it is the one meant by the sender is another question.
A good coded message is designed to have many meanings. Steganography is the practice of hiding messages in another message, file, video, or letter. While modern technology gives new meaning to this practice, it is far older than computer code, used by professional spies and governments for centuries.
Coding a message is intended to hide the correct meaning, or the one that the coder is intending to transmit to the recipient, amongst many other interpretations. This confuses parties that intercept the messages.
In the case of Q Anon, all the messages are public, which means the Q team knows full well they will be decoded by the Deep State in an effort to expose alliance communications. As such, the team behind Q likely employs extremely dense and complicated coding techniques to ensure there’s a lot of confusion. The wide range of Q decoders and their interpretations bears this point out.
All this suggests that there are no simple answers when it comes to the Q phenomenon, which is actually true for most complex subjects. That as “crazy” as some of these decoders are, they are actually working within established and proven methods of encryption, the same essential principles that professional coders have used for most of human history.
Given this, the following video presents a compilation of SerialBrain2 decodings of Trump’s recent tweets regarding 5G technology and related Q posts.
Many in the awakening community balked at Trump’s seeming endorsement of 5G. SerialBrain2 offers an interpretation that this was by design, and that the deeper meaning of the tweets, once decoded properly, reveals that Trump and the alliance are fully aware of the dangers of 5G.
As outsiders, my self included, I don’t have concrete certainty of anything in this regard.
Trump could be a Deep State shill or he could be an alliance asset. He could be for 5G, or he could be using that issue as a way to further some alliance agenda.
When we don’t have all the facts and context to know for sure, we have to avoid jumping to conclusions, or we risk that a poorly made conclusion will cause bad results for us when we act on it.
When uncertainty is the only option, as it so often is with complex issues like this, it’s better to consider all the options and develop a level of comfort with each one. Let your mind imagine what each possibility means and how you’ll respond if it is true. This way, you’re not caught off guard. Conversely, if you try to hold on to only one conclusion, even though there might be a dozen or more that could also be true, you’ll likely be surprised in a bad way.
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Given all this, please consider the following video and what it claims.
It should go without saying, given the above, that we here at Stillness do not claim either position as the right one. We’re merely offering this for your consideration and discernment.
Whether you love Trump or hate him, whether you think Q is Deep State or alliance, we’re all brothers and sisters in the quest for truth. We’re all looking for answers.
Let’s stand on that common ground and not let our differences of opinion divide us—which is exactly what the Deep State wants.
Stillness in the Storm Editor: Why did we post this?
The ability to properly discern what the truth is, most people agree is vitally important to human life. But due to the limitations of perception and mind, absolute certainty, 100% confirmation, of anything, is not possible. Instead, human beings have to contend with relative certainty, based on our capacity to gather evidence and make sense of it. The preceding information is difficult to confirm, hard to know if it is really true. In discernment, evidence points to confirmation or invalidation, that something is likely true or likely false. However, in most cases, we won’t really know for sure and have to accept uncertainty with whatever conclusion we make. In order to deal with uncertainty, one of the best techniques is to assume all possibilities could happen, then take the time to contemplate each one to see how you’ll react if it turns out to be true. Furthermore, from a philosophy of knowledge perspective (epistemology), of which pragmatism is a subset, it’s OK and reasonable to pick the possibility you feel the best about and act as if that is true, looking to see what happens, changing your position if it doesn’t seem correct after testing. While the challenges of certainty will likely forever be at the feet of humanity, there are proven and established methods available. The exercise of considering information trains your mind in discernment, if you learn how to think properly. With this skill in hand, arguably a skill of skills, all the challenges of life become a little easier to bear. With discernment in hand, one can propel their growth forward with leaps and bounds, even becoming an emissary of truth that qualifies them for great positions of honor in a world progressing toward true freedom and prosperity.
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