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Sean Morgan 00:00
I'm Sean Morgan and I'm asking the hard questions about alternative topics like Q anon and Coronavirus. Get the free ebook at Q and on faq.com. Did you know that you can get Q and on clothing and gifts for yourself, your loved one and your child at the link below? We're at q and on FAQ comm you can spread the word about this movement and support this channel and its mission of truth in the Great Awakening. You might be surprised at the styles, colors and merchandise we have available. The coupon code is temporary. So use the promo code q FAQ to shop at Q and on FAQ. com Hello, welcome Cristiano. Am I saying your name right?
Christiano Can 00:42
You're saying it right, Chris? All right. Perfect.
Sean Morgan 00:44
So can you tell me a little bit about what you're doing in life? I see some banana trees back there. I think where are you at right now.
Christiano Can 00:52At the moment, I'm in the Caribbean of Costa Rica. And considering the world just shifted
Christiano Can 01:00
Christiano Can 01:01
here right before it locked up from Kenya. I was in Kenya working on some projects. And pretty much right now this has allowed me to recharge, really sit back and hone in on what matters to adjust to the value system that shifting and shifting in the world and work on a new platform and method upon which to reach and connect and share this message because social media censoring is a real thing.
Sean Morgan 01:31
So what is your message and what is what are the your projects all about?
Christiano Can 01:36
It's the simplest way to submit the messages that we are wanting
Christiano Can 01:43
is your ego. Your ego is what gives you your unique experience experience in this round that we go through. But we are all one. And so just breaking that down. Making that more of a reality, encouraging people to battle their cells. Before they try and get out and fight anything in this world, taking yourself first. That's pretty much my message. I do bring up politics, I talk about the medical industry. It's it's, I don't make music for entertainment. Like I have a quote that says, I'm the music of Carlin. Because if you've ever watched George Carlin, if you've ever heard the cynicism of Mark Twain, I am literally that in the music format. If you allow me I'll share some quotes and give you some some poetry later.
Christiano Can 02:28
But yes, that's what's going on.
Sean Morgan 02:30
Do you have any quotes that would kind of summarize or exemplify that spirit?
Christiano Can 02:39
All right, so right now I'm working on an album my first album, I've released songs I released a song from November 5 of 2018. Up until now, I've released a song on or around the fifth of every month. And since the world shifted into what I had been preparing for news, coming for about 2025 years. Like my whole medium and and how to release and strategy it just is kind of like, yeah, just just send it now all the stuff I was holding and waiting for it to be time because I always wished I was irrelevant. I always wish the message that I was sharing sharing was wrong. I wish the world that I see coming doesn't come. But as far as a quote, there's a song called Okay, it comes out the first week of September right in time for the build up into the elections. I talked about voting, but the third verse
Christiano Can 03:34
goes is such
Christiano Can 03:36
you say okay to preachers, teachers, politicians that play games while you're cheering in the bleachers. You say okay to bankers, and then returning Thank you. And later take away everything they gave you. You say okay, the leaders that only leave the line because you never asked Why? You just jumped in behind. You say okay, To governments, when the only thing their governance seriously is how to spend your funds again. I've been asked to lead. I'm saying people please read in between the lines and then walk next to me. I'm seeking the best of we. It's my destiny. I'm digging past the weeds and still planting all my seeds. You try to stop me, knowledge is like trees, lose it, you can't breathe, give us us free. And so yeah, when you hear it in a musical format with the animation that is a part of this Patreon push is needed right now. Is so needed and so yeah,
Christiano Can 04:36
yeah, I'm coming. So so
Sean Morgan 04:39
a message, your message is encapsulated in music and it's activism and it's awakening people and higher consciousness. And you're happened to be in the Caribbean right now. And you're just making music down there and doing your thing down there and communicating digitally
Christiano Can 04:57
is so much more than music, but yes, based on traffic travel restrictions and the fact that we don't know what's going to happen to the first wave of people that travel based on how the world has changed. Tracking, we still don't know what's going to happen over the first six months because I'm, I've been looking at this known traveler identification model that's been put out for consideration. And to say we don't have enough surveillance is an understatement. But to add an additional layer, where who knows to travel, you may have to have a screening or a test or prove that you've taken something that says you don't have this disease that's quite questionable. So I yes, reaching out a different way is of great interest until I know that travel is
Christiano Can 05:45
confirmed, to not have certain restrictions. So yeah, I'm just now
Sean Morgan 05:48
reading I really know you know, freedom of movement, which is actually supposed to be guaranteed under the UN Charter human rights. So how about This this you said that for 25 years you've known something is coming and you wish that it wasn't going to come. What are you talking about?
Christiano Can 06:07
I wish that my message wasn't right. Like
Christiano Can 06:13
I can literally talk to you about viruses. So here we go. Sure,
Christiano Can 06:16
go ahead. I'm trying to dumb it down. Without dumbing it up. The system dumbs you down, labeled you clowns and numbs you up, enough to knock you down to make it hard to get up. And then they give you handouts, so you don't demand much. The terrorists are the standouts, with their hands out balled in opposition of government handouts, screaming their demands loud. We just broke into an abandoned house to warm some cold limbs and feed some hungry mouths. Our road has no roadmap so the road may get rough. We're a problem to the problem. The solutions and us no more mountain now. We're mounting up since you didn't hear my voice. Now you fill out a touch. This is not just music. It's a rhythmic movement, speaking to the system through the speaker system, this is not just music. It's a rhythmic new sense, the break ins of the chains, the makings of a change, nothing Hitler did was considered illegal. It was an atrocity to the ideals of the people. Fast forward to now, can you see the sequel? These govern in aid also transparent, so see through. So see through the money, stop seeking these fortunes, see through the news and all the bullshit reporting, start seeking the truth. That's what I'm recording. I don't seek to amuse. I'm the music of Carlin. If you don't start to move now you'll be a victim of Stalin. If you're not the solution, then you may be a problem, please. Because then there's only one option. I'm busting through doors This time, we're not knocking. So yeah, that's that's called a problem to the problem. Yeah, you
Sean Morgan 08:06
know, you're putting out a warning signal that it's a slippery slope to fascism. And I also wish that your your message wasn't relevant, but it is relevant. It's crazy. There are a lot of trade offs out there. And it's very apparent and transparent and what they're doing. So how about in Costa Rica or wherever you're at right now? Do you feel a sense of freedom there?
Christiano Can 08:38
I've never been restricted or
Christiano Can 08:42
in a sense, far from my freedom.
Christiano Can 08:45
My upbringing, the people that
Christiano Can 08:49
gave me insurance for whatever reason, of all the people I know. I was never hindered in any way. In fact, as I look back, all I can do is say thank you, because I was the anomaly So, to be told the people that I meet the people that gravitate towards me or those that have the most adverse reactions to me, it is based on what they call freedom is like a stallion that you can't break. So if you want to ride it and you can't, it pisses you off, it disappoints you. But if you can appreciate the freedom that that stallion has to choose you, and maybe let you right that's the most beautiful thing. And so, the question of freedom is not something that I fight for. I push I share that because I realized that people are usually restricted by themselves, or their own ignorance is or our lack of understanding of what's going on.
Sean Morgan 09:40
Wanting to emancipate themselves from mental slavery because only you know you're on.
Christiano Can 09:46
Yeah, and that and I hope I can send you the link so you can see the whole thing rather than jump on it the limited stream tonight, but in in in the livestream that I'm sharing, I talk about Bob Marley I said of all the things that he got, right? The one that he got wrong hurts the most. And it's the fact that he used the term revolution. Anyone that has ever saying pushed got people to repeat the term revolution. Guess what you did you continue this cycle that's been going on for thousands of years.
Sean Morgan 10:16
I actually don't like the word revolution either. Although it's a very loaded word and people, some people use it to mean one thing and other people use it as another but you see people like Bernie Sanders, who he he, you know, went on his honeymoon to the Soviet Union, he kind of glorifies Chinese and Soviet communism. And he says he's a democratic socialist, although he's, you know, a capitalist millionaire, who has several houses, but he's really got all people on this whole bandwagon, and socialism is cool. And then he lets them down to two presidential elections in a row. So to me, that's the biggest scam and I think a lot of people who like me People like me who voted for Bernie in the primaries really feel a sense of like, wait a minute, if you can't even trust Bernie, who can you trust? And is this revolution? A Scam?
Christiano Can 11:17
Sure. Okay, so yesterday I was talking to the last few days, I've been talking to my buddy from Canada, and he's a self proclaimed philosopher. And his whole thing is that, to change the world, as we see, we need to vote, vote for people that will love and make decisions that you love. And I have an issue with this. Because as I look at the world, and I look at the spell that is called revolution, it is a spell. It has been put out so many times that we have become the most successful revolutionist ever. The cry for the fight against corruption and politics, finances, social and economic situations. It's the same thing. Ronco The same way unforeseeable didn't believe it, the dark age, all of it, we're looking at the same thing happened all over again. So I have an issue when people say vote, I have an issue when people say anything that has already been tried, how can we keep trying to do the same thing over and over again expecting different results? There's a definition from that, that you know, so why do you vote at this point? What is the value of voting? If you look at the history of revolutions in the history of cycles, when has voting ever shifted anything and if I want to just take it to extremes, slavery never ended. In fact, the bankers that came from Europe, they stated when they came in saw the slave system in the United States, they were like, Guys, you have you don't have to do it this way. We have created a system where we don't need to feed them. We don't need to house them. We don't need to name them. You don't To talk to them, and we definitely don't need to beat them. In fact, they'll don't do all that on their own. We have created a banking system, a financial system that will do this for the blacks, the reds, the greens, the orange, and the yellows. So slavery didn't end because someone voted for it. But if anything, it was it was the fight for it. And in the end, it just shifted because no one really knew how deep the tentacles went. However, it's nothing that was dramatic ever stop, because some people say, here's a vote, I vote for this. It doesn't happen. So you know, on what you look at and believe in, um, and even seen it come to the extreme with Bernie. How do you look at voting right now? Do you still see that as an option?
Sean Morgan 13:48
Yeah, that's a really good question. You know, part of the problem is that the system has been somewhat broken and so people don't have trust in institutions like Like democracy, like the voting system, like the government, like the financial system, these institutions haven't served them. They've been so broken that some people are saying, burn it all down. But I don't think that's the solution either. I don't think that anarchie is a solution. I actually think we need to reform the institution's. Of course, we need to do something new and different. But some things are like incredibly simple, like, term limits for Congress people, so they can't be in Congress for 50 years, and and keep everything antiquated or like, audits of politicians in their families. So we can look at their bank accounts and see if they're receiving payoffs and bribes and, and benefiting financially. I mean, those are just two little things that if we added that to our system, everything would improve a lot. So that wouldn't be perfect. But But I happen to think that we have some institutions late and we have something called the Constitution. That is time tested, and it is really valuable. And at the same time, we got to do something new, like whether it's decentralized technology. I'm really into like blockchain and DLT, just decentralized ledger technology. So that can be applied to voting that can be applied to public accounting. And so we can take new tools and reform institutions. So what are your thoughts?
Christiano Can 15:24
So I can give you one, your very first point about term limits. let's let's let's apply this to Africa. In Africa, there are term limits. So what do people do have term limits? They do everything they can to get all the people they need, and rape all the resources they can during their term. I don't think term limits are really going to help the situation when you look at what is done. So yeah, Congress can stay are there certain seats, but what is the president gonna do? Going to make sure that his initiatives and interest continue for the next administration the best they can like I I just have an issue inherently with the flawed system that is everything needs a moment to be redone. And if you really look at it, what runs our system that we live in? capitalism? Money? What is money an idea? What is currency? The physical thing that gives an idea, real value to someone? And what is that a magic trick? So if anything, were under a spell of a magic trick, because if you can buy a boat, or buy someone's incentive, or motivation, there is what is a boat other than part of a system? Like Well,
Sean Morgan 16:36
yeah, we talked about before we started the recording, we talked about using tools to exchange value, right, and this is this is pretty fundamental stuff. And, and I think it would be so cool if people like you and me get together and we figure out our own way of exchanging value instead of using these corrupt institutions. So that's why I like things like Bitcoin. And aetherium and all these decentralized systems for doing so. But what what do you think? What do you think are some ways that we can, we can create the more beautiful world our hearts know as possible.
Christiano Can 17:14
So here's the thing, and I'm so glad we got to meet in this format. And we did have a chat before. I think these are these will continue. So it's good to meet you. I do welcome a form with really open minded, rational beings because we are in the midst of a shift that gives us time to make something that's never been done before. I've always said, Guys, I know what the world looks like with money in every form or fashion, whether I have unlimited access to it, or none. I've seen it it's been seen for every generation of everyone that we know every book, every poem, every story, every history, no has been written with this in existence. And so my only challenge to anyone that will sit with me and give a consideration is let's create a system where that does not exist. I will do anything to see a world without money. And it's not that it's gonna be better or worse. It's the fact that I don't know who doesn't want to see something you've ever seen during this the span that they have access to? I would, I would love to see it or be a part of it. But I just don't know what's gonna happen in Cristiano is going to be better? I don't know. But I want to see it. I want to see it. Well,
Sean Morgan 18:23
yeah. And I'm sure you're experimenting with different ways of big time relating to people. Can you tell me some different ways?
Christiano Can 18:30
So let's thing my album is actually called money can't kill music. In 2010 I gave away everything that I owned every worldly possession. I walked away from my Corporation. pass it on to the people that were a part of it and I disappeared. I promised myself that living the life that I lived and seeing the things that I had seen. I could see that hey, I can live off of the world's trash. Do you realize how many usable things are discarded just because I can get a new one. Just because I don't want to fix that
Sean Morgan 19:04
just because I live in Brazil part of the year and Brazil does does things very differently from the US. It's a it's a society of scarcity. And so people, they recycle everything, including napkins, including little pieces of plastic and saran wrap, they recycle, everything goes to the recycling, and people don't throw away microwaves and speakers who are broken, that are broken, they, they repair them repairing things is very big. And the reason why they do that is because of the high taxes and fees to buy new things. So I'm not saying that the Brazilian systems better they're both systems are unbalanced. I think in America, it's it's crazy the amount of Planned obsolescence they're basically you make you make stuff so that it will break down in a year and you buy the new version of it and then you just throw everything into a big trash heap. So that's very unhealthy. But what you have in Brazil is that people don't have a feeling of freedom because they're there, they feel poor that they're not able to get the things they need or want because of the taxation.
Christiano Can 20:17
Okay, why say so just just walk with me through this example. Tomorrow, Shawn, if you and I woke up, and money did not exist, every bank account, every bit of currency under the surface in your wallet, it just disappeared. Do you realize the electricity will still be on? The wind would still be blind. The plants would still be growing, the cars would still be rolling, the oil will still be pumping. Nothing would change. Money doesn't move anything.
Sean Morgan 20:49
Yeah, you know, I think if our consciousness as a as a species was higher, then we could do it and it would be the best thing ever. I The thing that's scary to me would be the might makes right mentality would take over and people would still dominate over others and they would form their own kind of, I mean even chimpanzees have used money and prostitution. I don't know if you've seen that before but but you don't have to have printing presses for people to use that hierarchy of control and dominance through so what about in your life besides just kind of like giving up on on material possessions for a while? How do you interact with other people and and get a place to live and and all the the practicalities?
Christiano Can 21:50
Without going in too far into detail, the I don't own a cell phone. And the reason is, because everyone around me has at least two Why do I need one? So when I when I, when it came to having homes and places to stay, I mean, I'm around people that have a home somewhere, a guest house, and you
Sean Morgan 22:11
must add enough value to their life that they are willing to share.
Christiano Can 22:16
And that's the exchange. That's all it is. That's all it is, is not about anything more than that the value system is changing right in front of us, but you just pinned it is it? It's the it's the value that has no words. And you can't monetize it with anything other than the exchange of presence. But yeah, my his gift is presence when I'm with someone and around someone present, and they're present and that creates other things that happen in the present. So yeah, it's it's it's magical in a way.
Sean Morgan 22:45
I had a guest on my show named Harold cots, Vela. And he said that when you get in to when you tune yourself into that kind of vibration, it's weird how things come To you and just appear in your life and are gifted to you. He said literally he had packages arrive in the mail and he didn't know where they came from or why. So So what have you received? That's been a surprise miracle kind of thing. Do you have any examples?
Christiano Can 23:19
I have so many miracles in my life and miracle workers if I want to use that word.
Christiano Can 23:29
I don't know where to start, man. I think every single day I wake up. I live in this thing that is unexplainable. Unless you're with me. Whoever you said, I want that name. But yes, things just happen. When you let go. When you let go and allow things to fill in gaps. And just put the intention on it. It happens. And I'm gonna come back to this intention, like the power of intention and this goes back to revolution. We talked about this word The world has put their intention on the word revolution since forever. And what has happened, the revolutions have been successful, we were the most successful revolutionists in the world, because it keeps happening and over and over again. So put your intention on something else. And be sincere about it. A lot of people want stuff in things based on value systems that were that there's based on comparisons to other things to say this is worth something. And that doesn't get you there. It takes an elevated awareness. And I believe that the consciousness of everything on this planet, everything from the plants to the creatures is raising. However, everything won't make it to the next level where we are communicating or accessing these possibilities in a different realm. Death is a part of change. It's not a bad thing. It's just a part of a life cycle. And so we're going through something right now, but everyone's not gonna make it but the few that do Gonna bring to a paradigm that we don't even have words for no one saw the Renaissance until after years of like, recognizing the art and literature and rhetoric that came through. I think we're entering that moment and I believe that I'm making the music that's gonna kick it off and be a part of the early wave. But yeah, with a nice,
Sean Morgan 25:19
nice and so what do you mean by some people aren't going to make it? I mean, I have in my mind the story of the book Revelation where the sinful go to a pit of fire, and maybe they're extinguished, and maybe they don't exist anymore. And then the new heaven in New Earth appears and then the children of God never experienced suffering again. But what what do you how do you see or envision or imagine or maybe it's a big mystery, but do you have any hints on it?
Christiano Can 25:51
Christiano Can 25:54
I have I have, I'll just give you the the quotes from this one piece that is just two questions. Maybe a world without? is a world without growth. Maybe a world without pain is the word without hope. I have a world of ideas and even more I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. I do see that with the way the world just slow down. This, this.
Christiano Can 26:23
This unnecessary stoppage
Christiano Can 26:27
backfired in the sense that people have given thing considerations that they never had. There are processes in motion that never would have been as consequence consequences to this one crazy goal for humanity. It's like Wait, so you stop people from working. They're sitting around people that they usually don't get to stop with, whether it's their children, their loved ones, they reevaluate in relationships. They're not just talking foolishness on the phone to their friends now. Now it's like I don't even talk to you anymore because that's not really fun anymore. Or things have shifted. So when I say that everyone's not going to make it, we're under attack. And from every direction, whether it's economical, spiritual, socially, medically, we are being ripped apart by every single thing in the divide and conquer book. And so the people that won't make it are those that aren't willing to become something new. Because it's hard to fathom that the world is changing. It's like and we're
Sean Morgan 27:30
saying, Where will they go? Will they be stuck with each other?
Christiano Can 27:32
No, there's a lot of death coming, a death from depression and stress. There's going to be depth from a lack of change in diet and awareness of what's going into your system. There's going to be death from fights and just the the eruptions of very volatile people that must take place. It just it just has to happen some fight. You need to step back and realize neither side was gonna make it but when I say People aren't going to make it. Everyone doesn't make it over the same hurdles. And right now we're going through a big hurdle collectively, everyone doesn't make it right now, if you were in high school, and you looked at 50 people and said, Let's run over the hurdles, you know, we're looking at 1418 year olds, and probably 70% of them won't make it over a single hurdle, let alone the second and third. So that's what I'm saying there is there is a filtering process taking place.
Sean Morgan 28:25
I'm going to bring this to Q, which Q has said that doesn't matter how much disclosure you have, if you show all the information or all the high crimes against humanity, that the elites have done, and you show that to the public, there will be four to 6% of people who have just been brainwashed so much that they'll never be able to accept the truth. So that that would be maybe the people who don't make it so to speak, where they'll be just kind of stuck in the prison of their own mind. So what you mentioned, divide and conquer and I can't think of a better example, than the The race war that's being fomented right now by the media, Hollywood, Black Lives Matters and Tifa. And what's interesting is that it seems like whichever presidential candidate gets the black vote, as they call it, which is kind of demeaning way of putting it. Whoever gets that group of people and it's a very kind of arbitrary, you know, way that they try to, to divide people into groups, but whoever gets that group according to them, and according to the pollsters wins the election. So there's a lot of importance on this group of people. And we have Black Lives Matters. It's like a whole ideology. You have the some of the founders have dropped out because they don't agree with the ideology has gone other founders or, or like strictly Marxist, communist revolutionaries. And now you see every like Nickelodeon and Disney putting Black Lives Matters out too. Little kids, and, and everyone's giving money to Black Lives Matters. And a lot of black people are also coming out and saying, hey, Black Lives Matters doesn't care about black lives. So can you tell me from your perspective, I'm guessing you're American from your accent. Tell it tell me about Black Lives Matters.
Christiano Can 30:25
Black Lives Matter was something that started with a good initiative.
Christiano Can 30:33
In and of itself, it was it was it started off
Christiano Can 30:36
with a good intention. However, if you look at how fast and how early it changed, and following the money lines now, the connections to Soros and the comments about the connections and Tifa it is it's tainted. However, the issue goes beyond Black Lives Matter. I have a problem with that. term I would never identify. I don't call myself black. I don't really identify with the term black because no one that looks like me ever call themselves black. No one in the United States ever call themselves a Native American. No one in
Christiano Can 31:17
Sean Morgan 31:19
I don't really like calling myself a white person I have like, you know, 10 different 10 different European lines inside of me.
Christiano Can 31:27
So that's why when black it's just put so simply, it's like, Whoa, this is so weird. I'm not. I don't identify that. I was actually the president of the Black Student Association, but no one you would not hear me walking around stating this, that and the third. My association with the term black as it relates to me was listening to James Brown. I'm black and I'm proud and realizing what he was saying but not really getting the separation of races. So Black Lives Matter is when we look at titles and terms, I don't give a damn who or what You put on there, you can say white Lives Matter white power organization. I look at what you do. I don't give I don't look, Google. Google is just a name. They took the name of a number followed by 100 zeros and made it a company. No one knew what it was. Microsoft just a name is what you do. And so when I look at what's been done, I have an issue with pretty much everything right now. But what was it four days ago, I had a buddy on social media who went and tried to donate to Black Lives Matter. And she did follow the money chain, the questionable money chain and people think is Oh, no, no, it followed right up the line to an organization is donating to nothing but limit kradic interest. And so
Sean Morgan 32:40
it's called act blue. And it's something that q has put out there. You know, Q is he was giving us certain roads and paths to look on for information and he puts a video from Candice Owens, but Candace Owens got it from someone else. But the point is that that informations being put out out there for people who are tuning in to the queue drops. And yes, you're right, that's Black Lives Matters, you donate to them. It goes to act blue act blue takes it donates it to the Democratic Party candidates. It's just a slush fund. It's just a front organization.
Christiano Can 33:17
Now, here's here's something that I want to talk to you about explicitly. This is what I believe in queueing on and Trump
Christiano Can 33:26
Do you support Trump? Or is it what Trump has done? And I'm gonna give you some some some
Sean Morgan 33:35
like you, I don't know what I don't care what you call it. I don't care how you paint it. I don't. It's all about action, baby. And that's, that's why I support Trump because of what he's done.
Christiano Can 33:45
Okay, now, and I just for your viewers, a lot of people because I'm probably talking to the choir that gets it but a lot of people don't support what Trump is doing because they don't support Trump. They associate him With what he was or what he was seeing in the media, the portrayals the quotes the misquotes, the out of context, in context, whatever you he was judged before he ever got into this chair. And so his actions, the executive orders, the the child trafficking, arrest. These are things that fall, second, third, fourth, fifth fiddle to what mass media is putting in your face. And so I didn't know anything about Trump and what he had done until five months ago because I didn't watch it. I'm not into politics. I don't believe in people that just can't get paid to be put into the position can legally be queried by lobbyists and have pretty much virtual time to just keep being reelected for nothing this job, what's his name? Biden wants to be president How many years has been he'd been in Congress, and how many years it'd be trying to make change. You're trying to change the same things that have been there forever. Why will making you president change anything? It's the weirdest concept ever, but Here's my thing when it comes to Trump, and when I look at what's been done, I have read through almost every executive order. I went through every email in Obama gate. I have really jumped in and just dissected this because I don't need anyone to be a lot
Sean Morgan 35:15
for someone who wasn't into politics.
Christiano Can 35:18
No, but I'm into information that is effective. And it was kind of hard to really believe that thing stated in pizza gate until I read it. And then I got two videos from very trusted sources that I refused to put online as it related to the computer that was taken from Podesta there was there's an E there's a video of a little boy in a shower being burned with hot water, while Podesta screaming at him saying, What's my name? What's my name? And the boy says something he says no, what's my other name? And it's just like guys, this is insane than the other one. So as I went through this stuff, I was like, Okay, look, if I'm looking at everything if I want to go from one anonymous and I were in communication, all and just acting together all the way up into now looking at Q, and these drops and these awarenesses and the fact that it's coated in a military slash, very, very cryptic, but concise language, which I know from just things I did in the past. This is a tricky line, because if Trump doesn't get to the JSR, nesara implementation,
Christiano Can 36:33
then I just think we're going red and blue again, I hear
Sean Morgan 36:37
somebody has to change so drastically, or else we'll just end up with the same crappy institutions, the same corruption. That's why I mentioned term limits and and another thing would be voter ID to prevent that kind of voting fraud. But But yeah, I think that there's a dangerous thing if especially like If the Democratic Party implodes, which is what I think is going to happen, we don't want to have a one party system. That's what China has. And it doesn't work well for them and their people. So we need, we need some something new, we need a new fresh look. And the surge, Asara would definitely kick us in the right direction of like a debt Jubilee, getting people to have economic freedom, or at least not economic slavery. But you know, what happens with lottery ticket people, you give them a million bucks, and they spend it all and they're right back to where they were before. We need a consciousness shift. So how, how does that happen? You know,
Christiano Can 37:36
I think that what we're talking about is almost misanthropic in nature, because we're kind of like, yeah, even if we change it, the humans are going to go back to the same stupid shit again, not necessarily. The thing is because of revolutions, we've always seen things repeat. So even as you and I speak, and you share that is this. Yeah, but this is going to happen anyway. No think right now. If this happened four years ago with the war climate like siren Asara, yes, it would fall into a similar construct. When things are redone and re put into place. The world just stopped is not just one country. It's not just one continent, the world just stop. So everyone is looking, everyone is paying attention. Everyone is giving consideration. Like right now, the United States is the key Domino to everything that's going to happen in the world, because they have the largest media platform. And so many things have followed the Western culture for the past 80 years. But right now, we have seen uprisings all over the world. They just didn't happen in the United States. And I was telling people this over and over again, I'm like, Guys, yeah, that's Yeah, that's as good to see. But until the United States does it, it's not even if Russia even to Germany until the United States hits this, this this this tipping point, or Yeah, yeah. And so right now, just imagine What was it a week ago? 10 days ago? There were a mom left there were considering going and rushing the White House, like an empty for mom, like, Are you serious? Do you realize what what happened in the United States? If that took place, people don't want martial law to happen. And it couldn't have happened. It could have been kicked in already. It's created it didn't. But no one is giving credit to the decision not to do it. With all this taking place, Seattle. I mean, look, what is being done. It's never been done before, to sit and take over a section of land that you can't grow anything on. You can't go in and out of. It has nothing to statement. It's like it's lost. Because there's no leadership to really push the bar. You have attention and what's happening now is getting boring. It's like Okay, okay, how long is this gonna last? It's not like Do we have something different we we have to do something different and that's the hardest thing. Like to be creative. To be a content creator means that you have to Do something increase on screen something that people are interested in, and likely that someone isn't doing or isn't doing the same. That in of itself is a leap. But to bring in a whole world or a whole city or a whole town, or a whole village, it the possibility of saying, Hey, guys, we're never going to do this, again, from this point on. This is the base. And we're going to go from here, that men, I welcome to do this with you and a small group on a semi consistent basis. I wrote something while I wrote a challenge to the world. I said, look, I think that money and incentive and creativity have become entangled, and we need to separate them. But we also need to show how powerful and how powerless money is, and the ones that hold the money have no power, we don't believe in it. So my proposal was that on November 15, for 60 days, that and if you think about what those days include from the holidays, or the change of the year, and so forth, if I For those 60 days, as a collective, we chose not to spend any money on any goods or services. That means we're digging in our cupboards, we're going to our neighbors, we're sharing we're thinking, because I think there's enough food and resources that this can be done for 60 days when not a single bit of currency is spent on anything. It will change so much in 60 days, 60 days to change the world just by removing the use of something. That's it. That's it. After 60 days use it. It's just a fast, let's go on the money fast for 60 days, I promise you the world will change before we even make it. So I have these little things I wrote about it. I'll send that to you too. When we finish Okay,
Sean Morgan 41:42
yeah, yeah, I'll put a link for everyone to read it in the description. I think it's good to imagine a different world that's the way you materialize it first, you have to imagine it.
Sean Morgan 41:56
Sean Morgan 41:58
I guess you know, I I can relate to you a lot because I had these dreams. And I felt very strongly about it I spent about a year. So traveling to different intentional communities in the United States trying to figure out, hey, where can I get with a group of like minded people that I can create, like this beautiful network community where we can share stuff. And actually, it was a sad experience. I went to about 10 different intentional communities in the United States. And it was mostly hippies, who were dirty, disorganized, they were all having sex with each other. And there was no real higher consciousness. It was really a bunch of people with their traumas, trying to work it all out, and they weren't doing a very good job at it. And it really turned me off. And I ended up realizing, hey, maybe the family units have a father, a mother and a child. Like maybe there's a reason why we have all this separation, because we're Just not ready for it. And I don't know. So have you experienced what I'm talking about where people try to do intentional community, but they're really not ready for it
Christiano Can 43:11
is two things I'm hearing when you say that. So
Christiano Can 43:16
the good part is that they they're gonna make that step is similar to what we're talking now, what is needed to change, it's like, I know I need to get out of here. So it's like I made it out of here. So when I look at these communities, they make the step the reason you went to go see them is because they stepped away from where you were. And so you had to make the effort and so their boxes and their little microcosms have things that you wouldn't expect but it has to start it has right
Sean Morgan 43:46
that's the healing process right. Guide all that, that crap out and there's we have a lot of healing to do. There is a lot of trauma just from a regular culture.
Christiano Can 43:56
Oh, yeah. The the need, the more The I Am culture
Sean Morgan 44:02
Yeah, yeah I selfie culture.
Christiano Can 44:06
That is right we, um
Christiano Can 44:10
right now what are you working on though? What are you working on with your community? Like you do the interviews? And I know you break down the queues but, and this is more personal like, outside What are you working on yourself with? Is it meditation to go within? Are you writing? Are you reading like, what are you doing to get better for this transition that's taking place?
Sean Morgan 44:33
Yeah, so I do want to buy a farm and be more self sufficient. But my main thing I'm doing is trying to keep a one and a half year old alive. When you're a parents, your priorities go from like all of your personal dreams and aspirations to like keeping this little human healthy. And there's so much altruism that you never had no you had in you until you become a parent. And same thing when you become a spouse I got married almost two years ago. And so I went from living for myself to living for someone else and then we had a child and now I'm really 100% almost living for for someone else. So it's really day by day you know, it's kind of chaotic being being a parent, but I'm happy that I'm able to balance my life more than when I had a nine to five because when I had a nine to five, I was putting my life source energy into that Corporation and I didn't have a lot left to give to my family. So now it's like, you know what, I'm going to tell this person that I can't interview them for another hour because I need to babysit and I need to do this and that's and so I'm just getting down to some basics with that but I am going to be buying a farm and and I am going to be inviting people to go there and and create sustainable, healthy business and so forth.
Christiano Can 46:04
Christiano Can 46:07
an effect what you just said? In fact, I'll say it now. So I have a conversation coming up with someone. And the reason that we even agreed to speak is because she posed this question. She was like, how many farms and individual farming projects do we need when we realize we're just further segmenting? Why do you need your own farm? Why do you why like, at what point do we realize that's not even it? And so, considering all the farms that are in the on the earth is just one big farm. But considering all the places right now, Shawn, that you can go and be welcomed, you can go and build a house or move in, not be charged just based on you as an individual. You can go Why do you need your own? Why aren't you looking to join or be a part of something that you can influence?
Sean Morgan 46:54
Good question, because I'm not some kind of person who's never experimented with this kind of stuff. I mean, I I traveled internationally for three years and I did couch surfing and work away and I gave just like you I gave people some value. Maybe I taught their kids English and they gave me a place to live and, and so forth. And so it's not foreign. It's not a foreign idea to me to do something like that. I think it's, it's just a matter of that I'm not doing this just for myself my own comfort level I'm trying to consider my wife and, and what's what makes sense for her for creating a home environment for a child and her comfort level and, and so that that's what we've settled on so far, but it's just constantly evolving. But hey, you know, tell me more about what you're doing and maybe we'll want to join you.
Christiano Can 47:51
Right now, I am entering the realm of Patreon where finally for the past, what is it 10 years. I have been literally doing everything without money, minimum financial resources I have taken I gave up on money and believe in people. And I have accomplished when I show people like the music, the animations, the musical, the motion featuring in the works, and all of the things that have come. How much did this cost? Where did this come from us and me and these people, they wanted to do it, who had the skill, set collective resources and found a way we just did it? And I tried to explain, I would rather do something with people that want to do it, then people that are experts that do it for money, because let's just say I wanted to build this beautiful house, I take the schematics to the number one architecture firm in the world. And they're like, hey, Christian, we'll build this for $5 million. I'm like, cool. And then I go to the another group of students sitting around chillin they have built in made things I show it to them and they're like, do we still want to build this? We got a few ideas. Okay, what if we change this? Now, as the house is big begins to be built, there's a crack a crack found in the foundation. The people that got the $5 million, well, you can't go back and start over. Let's fill in the crack and keep going. The crew is doing it for no funds off of their own interests, no timeline, they're gonna buy a deal. We got a crack in the foundation. Let's tear down and make it better. Not only did you go down and fix the foundation, even what you did that you tore down the second time around, you make it better. And so it's a good example of how money alienates people and makes them less personally invested. And this is why I'm jumping to Patreon because I got all of I got my whole crew and I have developed an understanding that this is how I work. You can't pay me to do anything. You can't pay me to paint you can't, I have to want to do it. And so the exchange that I'm open now to take the action change of energy that is money, because the value system is shifting. And now it's time to kill the money system within and of itself. It's about the flip over. And that's why I said money can't kill music. I'm finally open to accepting this energy because so many people have wanted to support, but I just didn't know how to let them into my world because I didn't want any expectations. I didn't want people to say, Yeah, I did that. Or Christina did that because me, it's like, Whoa, we did this or nothing happened. And so now with Patreon, not only can you contribute, but I can give back. I can give this energy to people right now that need a meal, I feed people before I give them money. I hug people before I send a text message. And so with Patreon, I can do so many more things for the we around the world and keep all of this art and moments of awareness coming directly to those that need it and is able to share with those that need to be aware of it. So yeah, what am I doing now? I am changing the whole tears to meet us. I'm trying to read read We right now.
Sean Morgan 51:02
You know, I did an interview with Sasha stone and he was in the middle of this. One of the most beautiful buildings I've ever seen. It's called the New Earth project or something like that. And, and I was like, Wow, that is so beautiful. He's like, thank you. I designed it. But you know, every time we talked about some kind of big project, he would be like, yeah, I started it. But now I don't really do anything with it. Other people are doing it and I don't. He was like, what's the secret? You know, how did how were you so successful getting this started, and this started in this and you have this big building and it's beautiful. And he's like, Well, actually, it was just a matter of like letting other people do things. It wasn't really about me doing it. It was just like, get a not get people just allow people to come in and play their role and he was very specific that it had to be like higher consciousness rational, good hearted people. So I guess that's part of your Your journey to write is to just associate with those types of people or do you have processes that you work with to allow people to get through those like, like I talked about those hippie communes where everyone was dealing with traumas and stuff? Do you? Do you have processes to flush that crap out? Or do you just kind of improvise in life?
Christiano Can 52:23
Everyone? Everyone that I encounter, I take them on as the individual that they are, who has a history that brought them to this step in front of me that I don't know, the millions of seconds that took place before you got here? I don't know. So the traumas, the different characteristics, I take you as you are, but when you come to me, the first thing is we're going to work and build and create together. There is no ego in my environment. Because I believe that there is a collective awareness that's been here forever, and my ability to tap into it because my childlike freedom was never hindered. It's Taken away, I still have the ability to say some of the things that a three to six year old is going to say to you and make you say, Wait, where did that come from? I look at my writings. And I tell people I'm like, I don't remember writing this. Yes, I did. But I don't remember writing this, this, this. But yeah, let's go sing it. So read the removal of Eagle. I don't, I don't care who you are, how you smell. If we can look II and get to a certain court. I'm gonna do my best and delegate the rest. So in my delegation, this person fits and they're willing, able and ready to do it. Go do it. Because there's
Sean Morgan 53:43
more, connect more with it. We'll get off get off the hamster wheel of the rat race and just connect with people a little bit more and you'd be surprised at the wealth and the what we can build together. Yeah, yeah, that's a good look. We should we should wrap up on that note, because I don't think we can get any more productive. than that.
Christiano Can 54:02
If I do pat myself on the back
Sean Morgan 54:06
I think this this summarized it well, that's the that's the American Sign Language for take on humanity is going to just skyrocket in potential when we when we just connect with each other more.
Christiano Can 54:18
And you see it, you can see it so Yeah, I agree with you, man. I really appreciate it.
Sean Morgan 54:22
99% of people are have good hearts and the other 1% are just really, really traumatized. You can be traumatized. Maybe there can be a you can have
Christiano Can 54:33
a heart and still be traumatized, though. Yeah, here you can have a good heart and still be traumatized. Sure. And trauma is so subjective, that it's just a weird thing. How can you pull out something that you don't know is trauma? I mean, people that say, Christiana, when I think of my life, I've never been traumatized. And it's like, I can't say that's true or false, because a lot of traumas aren't even known to be traumas until something traumatic brings them out of game. So yeah, we're raising the bar. Grayson, I really appreciate this moment in what you do. Yes.
Sean Morgan 55:03
Is it for your time and we will connect. I'm going to tell you all about my patreon experience and we can help each other out because that's what's all about.
Christiano Can 55:13
Sean Morgan 55:15
Victor, thank you for your time Cristiano. If people want to learn more about you, how do they get to their your Patreon page and, and find out more.
Christiano Can 55:22
You can type in on Patreon, you can just type in Christianity, or you can go to Christianity camp calm, and it'll take you there as well. Well, yeah, I'm just getting started and any support. Trust me goes a long way. I'm putting the largest collection of 432 hertz music online, I have the largest trove of 432 hertz music live on the planet. And so because of the way compressors work, because of the frequency of 440 because of this thing that has permeated humanity for too long. I believe that if I take it to the major streaming platforms It's going to get diluted and changed. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to give it to the people directly on Patreon to be able to download this audio so that you're not hearing it go through the compressors and modified, you're going to hear this music as it was created, whether it's the rehearsals or the professional recordings, and be able to be and feel this time. It's so that's one of my biggest initiatives is the reemergence and the introduction of 432 hertz to the world. 440 is is disconnecting us and it even if you take all the Florida fluoride out the water, if you turn off the televisions and your phone if you play music that is tuned in for 40 is still got you is still working. So yeah, I'm just trying to bring harmony back.
Sean Morgan 56:40
Well, what I'm gonna do is I'm going to download some of your songs, listen to them and see if I can feel the difference.
Christiano Can 56:46
I'm going to send you I'll get better.
Sean Morgan 56:48
Now I'm getting back. Let's see on the result. It'll be a little experiment for us.
Christiano Can 56:53
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Sean Morgan 57:26
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