I'm very scare because that is no mistake that's for sure. It has to be a code, Q is for who?????Of course it's not for it's members, so is that Jesus way of letting us know the truth.
Do not be afraid. Secret societies have always been with us and still the world spins round and round and the sun rises and sets each day. This Golden Dawn is just one of many, the list goes on including the College of Ancients, The Hellfire Club, and The Invisible Basilica to leave their symbols about. For what reason I have no idea. It comes as no surprise that over the centuries that many influential leaders, religious or otherwise have been members of these organizations. I've read about these things for years and still have no clue what it's all about or even if it is cause for concern. For me it remains an X-File.
You mention Jesus so I take it you still believe in him and the god of the bible. Read all you can find about the characters in the scriptures and see if it casts any of them in a "new light."
I wonder if Joseph and possibly Jesus belonged to a secret society?
"At first glance, all we know about Joseph from the New Testament is that he is a "carpenter" who lived in "Nazareth" and was the husband of Mary the mother of Jesus. Oddly enough, what little we know is mostly misleading, but the hidden story of Joseph in the Bible is much more extensive, if we would pay closer attention to little details."
Possible "hint" here in bold.
For example, the word translated "carpenter" is "tecton" and refers not to a wood-worker, but a stone mason(or master of the craft). But the fact Joseph traveled so often, so widely, and could pick up and move during the night shows that Joseph was an itinerant worker who finished his jobs in one day most of the time. So he rarely built houses or worked with massive stones. That leaves mosaic work: Small, portable stones, often needing repair when some worked loose. There was a lot of mosaic work required at Sepphoris, the capital of Galilee, a short walk from a small worker's encampment on the hill now called Nazareth. This town's name was almost certainly "blotted-out" after the revolt in 1BC that followed Herod the Great's death. Sepphoris was destroyed by Rome as a punishment. Joseph would have returned to the region when the city was being rebuilt under Herod Antipas, starting at the end of 1BC." [1: See THE STAR THAT ASTONISHED THE WORLD by Ernest L. Martin]