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Daughter of woman who joined QAnon’s JFK-obsessed cult shares fears her mom might commit SUICIDE

The daughter of a woman who abandoned her family to join QAnon‘s JFK-obsessed cult became terrified that her mom might commit suicide – after finding ‘delusional’ journals filled with messages she thought were from JFK Jr. himself, and her desire to ‘follow God.’ 

The woman, 56 – whose name has not been revealed – was one of hundreds of conspiracy theorists who traveled to Texas last month to gather at the spot where John F. Kennedy was killed in 1963 under the instruction of a man named Michael Brian Protzman, who predicted that the former President’s son, JFK Jr., was going to be resurrected. 

According to Protzman, the late JFK Jr. – who died in a plane crash in 1999 – was going to come back to life at 12:29pm, the same time that his father was killed, on November 2, and then announce plans to run for Vice President in 2024 alongside Donald Trump

Speaking to Vice News, the woman’s daughter revealed that her mom left home to join Protzman and his other supporters in Dallas, Texas, in early November after discovering him on the social media app Telegram – and said she had no intentions of ever coming back.

After she left, her daughter decided to read some of the journals she left behind, and was alarmed by what she found. She became worried for her mom’s health after she noticed one particular message that hinted she might take her own life. 

The daughter of a woman who abandoned her family to join QAnon’s JFK-obsessed cult became terrified that her mom might commit suicide – after finding her ‘delusional’ journals

Last month, a group of QAnon followers gathered at the spot John F. Kennedy was killed after a man promised that his son, JFK Jr., was going to be resurrected

Last month, a group of QAnon followers gathered at the spot John F. Kennedy was killed after a man promised that his son, JFK Jr., was going to be resurrected 

They waited for more than 16 hours on the street in Texas as the group's leader Michael Brian Protzman (pictured) insisted he was going to come back to life any moment

They waited for more than 16 hours on the street in Texas as the group’s leader Michael Brian Protzman (pictured) insisted he was going to come back to life any moment 

‘Before she went to Dallas she kept a couple of journals,’ the daughter, who also asked to stay anonymous, said.

‘We don’t know if it was people on Telegram telling her these things, or she’s just having delusions, but it’s just books of what she believes JFK Jr. is saying to her directly.’

On the front cover of the journal, her mom wrote: ‘I’m going to follow God. Thank you for a wonderful life. Look up to the sky, I will always be close by.’ 

After finding the diaries, the woman’s daughter started to worry that her mom might commit suicide and became ‘hopeless’ over the ‘tragic situation.’ 

‘It would not be hard to believe at this point if they were suicidal as a group,’ she said.

‘I would not be surprised at all, because, initially, after we read her books, we were just waiting for a call, to hear that they’d done something like that.’

‘It’s difficult to just kind of count her out. She’s been married for 32 years and we’ve just always had her around, so we can’t just give up on her but it feels like we’re mourning her while she’s still alive. 

‘We don’t know what to do because it doesn’t seem like she wants our help. It’s a pretty tragic situation. It feels very hopeless. 

The daughter of a woman who joined Protzman in Dallas became scared for her mom's health after she read her diaries and found some alarming messages

The daughter of a woman who joined Protzman in Dallas became scared for her mom’s health after she read her diaries and found some alarming messages

The diaries were filled with things she believed 'JFK Jr. was saying to her directly,' along with the message: 'I'm going to follow God. Thank you for a wonderful life'

The diaries were filled with things she believed ‘JFK Jr. was saying to her directly,’ along with the message: ‘I’m going to follow God. Thank you for a wonderful life’

She became especially worried for her mom's health after she noticed one particular message that hinted she might take her own life

After finding the diaries, the woman’s daughter started to worry that her mom might take her own life, and became ‘hopeless’ over the ‘tragic situation’ 

She also revealed that her mom, who suffered from mental health issues in the past, stopped taking her medication after getting involved with QAnon

She also revealed that her mom, who suffered from mental health issues in the past, stopped taking her medication after getting involved with QAnon

Eventually, she and the rest of her family obtained guardianship of her mother, and she is now in a behavioral health center following a psychiatric evaluation.   

According to the woman’s sister, she got involved with QAnon after the 2020 election. And she said things got so bad that she stopped talking to her own kids.

‘This has destroyed my family,’ she said. ‘Right after the 2020 election, she got buried in her phone and very involved with QAnon stuff.

‘She got very involved with some people in the area and started to drown in the conspiracies, to the point where that’s all she talked about and stopped talking to her kids.’ 

And the most worrisome part for her daughter was when she stopped taking her medication.

‘She kind of struggled with mental illness in the past, not too bad, but she’s been off her medication for the past month now because she thinks that big pharmaceutical companies are evil,’ she explained. ‘Not the regular kind of evil, like Satan kind of evil.’ 

Protzman gained popularity after he started posting videos of himself making predictions and theories based on his own interpretation of gematria – the ancient Jewish numerology code that assigns a numerical value to letters, words, and phrases, and translates them to create a new meaning.

The QAnon conspiracy movement has grown in recent years. It holds that Trump is waging a secret war against a global cabal of elite Satan-worshipping pedophiles in government, business, and the media.

Eventually, she and the rest of her family obtained guardianship of her mother, and she is now in a behavioral health center following a psychiatric evaluation

Eventually, she and the rest of her family obtained guardianship of her mother, and she is now in a behavioral health center following a psychiatric evaluation

JFK Jr. is a popular figure within the QAnon conspiracy movement, with some believing that he is in fact Q, the group's anonymous leader. JFK Jr. is pictured in 1993

JFK Jr. is a popular figure within the QAnon conspiracy movement, with some believing that he is in fact Q, the group’s anonymous leader. JFK Jr. is pictured in 1993

That's why, when Protzman told his followers he was going to come back to life, members flew from all around the world to witness it

That’s why, when Protzman told his followers he was going to come back to life, members flew from all around the world to witness it 

More than three weeks have passed since the gathering began, and Protzman and some of his followers are still there. Photographed is a supporter of the movement in June 2021

More than three weeks have passed since the gathering began, and Protzman and some of his followers are still there. Photographed is a supporter of the movement in June 2021

JFK Jr., who was an actor and magazine publisher, is a popular figure within the movement, with some believing that he is in fact Q, the group’s anonymous leader. 

That’s why, when Protzman told his followers he was going to come back to life, members flew from all around the world to witness it – and some of them even spent thousands of dollars to get there.

They waited for more than 16 hours on the street and refused to leave, calling the Texas city their ‘promised land,’ as Protzman continued to insist that JFK Jr. was about to re-appear at any moment. Of course, JFK Jr. never showed up, but Protzman did give out free t-shirts.  

Vice reached out to Protzman and asked him what he had to say to the families of his followers who were concerned about their safety.

He told the outlet: ‘Nobody here is talking about death. We are talking about life, how it has been, and how it should be.’ 

More than three weeks have passed since the gathering first began, and Protzman and some of his loyal followers are still in Dallas waiting for JFK Jr. to return. There is even talk of them turning the spot into their permanent headquarters.

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