Who is Thomas Schoenberger? Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, QAnon Fast Facts

Thomas Schoenberger Wiki – Thomas Schoenberger Biography

Thomas Schoenberger is not the sole creator of QAnon, the psychological operation that is considered the successor of the Pizzagate conspiracy theory, he’s been identified as a key player in the cult’s growth and widespread misinformation campaign, a source investigating the manipulating forces behind QAnon told Heavy.

QAnon is a far-right conspiracy cult that believes President Donald Trump is waging a secret war against Satan-worshipping cannibal pedophiles in government and across the world, has exponentially grown in popularity since the first “Q” drop on the 4chan message in October 2017. The network of nameless Q supporters referred to as “anons” are no longer remaining anonymous, and until now, the person only referred to as “Q” was a complete mystery.

By March of 2017, Schoenberger’s crew linked up with Robert David Steele (former CIA) and William Binney (former NSA), members of VIPS (Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity), a group of disaffected former intelligence officers and government officials who worked together writing editorials and sharing information. These groups came together and recruited the network that became Qanon,” the investigator told Heavy.

A quick Google search of Schoenberger’s name reveals that he’s a musical artist, pianist and composer who shares his music under the YouTube handle Sophia Musik. However, he’s also an Internet mastermind of disinformation who purposely posts bizarre claims about himself and his co-conspirators online, the investigator told Heavy.

Schoenberger “has an extensive criminal record” and “has a history of being accused of co-opting businesses and movements, including “game jacking” the Cicada puzzles and has been accused by several people of being involved in murders and robberies, has been convicted of felony stalking, the investigator told Heavy.

“He also appears to be a member of the IAM (I am) cult and convinces members he is a time traveler, an alchemist, and a reincarnation of St. Germain (a prominent figure in the cult).”

Schoenberger Is Believed

Schoenberger is believed to have manipulated his way into the news covering QAnon, according to Heavy’s source. In particular, The Daily Beast’s Will Sommer, who’s broken several QAnon-related news stories over the past few years. In February, Schoenberger acted as a source to Sommer about a plot to bug the parents of Seth Rich, a Democratic National Committee staffer who was murdered at age 27 in July 2016.

Thomas Schoenberger Wife, Children

Schoenberger Was Married to Faranak ‘Fara’ Shahroozi, the Cousin of Nasser Kazeminy, Who’s the Godfather of Their Child. Shoenberger has a son named Wolfgang from his marriage to Iranian American musician Faranak “Fara” Shahroozi, the cousin of NJK Holding Corporation founder and chairman Nasser Kazeminy, according to Heavy’s source. Kazeminy is also the godfather to Schoenberger and Shahroozi’s son.

In 2005, Schoenberger and Kazeminy formed Amadeus Investors LLC, which over time would pay Schoenberger in excess of $100,000,” Heavy’s source said.

In 2017, The Washington Post reported “that Flynn received about $28,000 from the Trump Presidential Transition. The largest source of income disclosed is $140,000 for Flynn’s work as an adviser and consultant to Minneapolis-based NJK Holding Corp. That firm is led by Nasser Kazeminy, an Iranian-born businessman now living in the United States.”

Schoenberger Accused

Schoenberger Was Accused of Being the Driving Force Behind Isaac Kappy’s Suicide. Isaac Kappy died by suicide at age 42 after jumping off a bridge and onto the highway in Flagstaff, Arizona, The Republic reported. Prior to his death, Kappy posted a lengthy letter on Instagram in which he wrote:

To the Q movement, I am so sorry I have brought shame upon the greatest military operation of all time. But really, I have only brought shame upon myself. While it’s true I have outed many pedophiles that were former FRIENDS, I remained in their sphere for much longer than I should have.