I will leave it to the reader to decide how much of this is true. However, I have confirmed some of it already and it’s absolutely fascinating. According to Alex Jones, Q has transferred identity over it’s existence and has now been co-opted by the CIA, but this information is also very independent of Q.
The material presented below has primarily been collected the old-fashioned way: Google. Aside from Dylan Louis Monroe’s remarkably detailed “Q Web,” almost nothing is new that the the Alt Media crowd hasn’t had access to. This should not be construed as a “drop by Q Anon.” This is a reasonably organized and presented collection of notes and diagrams from a few bloggers and memeologists, that’s it. We are not affiliated with Q Anon nor any organization.
All of this information is intended to be shared and reposted, including this article in its entirety. That said, this is a dynamic article with more maps and diagrams being added and Dylan has and will continue to provide updates, revisions, and a number of additional products. It is suggested that you link to this article so readers and researchers will have access to the newer material, but the important part is getting the bulk of the open-source information to those with ears to hear and eyes to see.
If you have additions for this collection, please get them to the Meme Lab Facebook group.
How View And To Save These Images Viewing – Saving A Single Image – Saving The Entire Archive
The collection is over 250 images, many high resolution. To prevent browser lags and excessive bandwidth usage each time you click Back, the images have been set to open in a new tab when you click on them.
If you are reading this and the URL ends with /amp/?__twitter_impression=true then you are not reading the article as it was intended as it has been designed for a specific column width. Deleting that part of the URL allows you to properly view the site on Through the Looking Glass instead of through the Twitter filter. It’s a free WordPress site, so there’s no advertising or clickbait except for what WordPress drops in.
SAVING A SINGLE IMAGE
Right-click, “Save image as…”
Some high resolution images are linked off site and you may need to save the higher quality image from there.
SAVING THE ENTIRE ARCHIVE
Right-click, “Save as…” anywhere on the web page that is NOT an image.
For example, RIGHT CLICK THIS BLUE TEXT and select “Save as…”
You will be prompted to save an html file that INCLUDES A FOLDER WITH ALL ASSOCIATED IMAGES
Navigate to the folder
View by Details
Sort by Type
Move the JPGs to your archive folder
Trash the non-JPG files
Some of the high resolution images are linked off-site and may require you to go there to properly complete your collection, but the above technique will capture the majority of the images preventing you from having to right-click your way to a carpal-tunnel flare-up.
Thanks to all the nameless, faceless contributors to our collective knowledge base, especially for that which is available on the interwebs.