By Laura Knight-Jadczyk
In 1993, after a dramatic flying saucers sighting, skeptical hypnotherapist, Laura Knight-Jadczyk, undertook the channeling scan that resulted, after years of devoted paintings, in what's often called the Cassiopaean Transmissions. the nearest analogy to the view of fact awarded by way of the Cassiopaeans is graphically explicated within the motion picture, The Matrix, in which our truth is gifted as a working laptop or computer program/dream that "stores" humans in "pods" so they are batteries generating strength for a few giant computer dominating the realm. the adaptation among the metaphor of The Matrix and the view of the Cassiopaeans is they suggest a theoretical para-physical realm as one other layer within the constitution of space-time from which our personal truth is projected, looping again and again in unending diversifications. you'll say that the hyperdimensional geographical regions are the "future" in a truly actual experience. This para-physical fact of hyperdimensional house - the area of the Matrix programmers - based on the Cassiopaeans, is inhabited via beings of either confident and detrimental polarity who've "graduated" from our fact yet no longer inevitably within the feel of "dying" and going to a strictly airy realm, yet relatively that it's, successfully, an international of the longer term that creates our current through projecting itself into the prior. what's vital to achieve is if we expect in regards to the destiny when it comes to possible futures, or branching universes, then what we do now, even if we get up from the Matrix, determines what sort of destiny we event, separately and jointly. The Cassiopaeans taught Laura and her pals approximately this Matrix truth, assisting them to come back to grips with, know the way it operated, after which, to take the mandatory steps to develop into unfastened. In different phrases, the Cassiopaeans supplied the "Red capsule" for awakening. This ebook is a dramatic new addition to the style of mystical autobiographies.
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Yet the details Mother was willing to give us were peculiar. ” is to describe the strange, ritualistic way Cedric handled his food when he ate; the unusual way he used his knife and fork; how he would be meticulous and finicky one day, and a completely different person with hideous personal habits and language the next. ” She seems to be describing someone with multiple personality disorder or some form of schizophrenia. “Just all kinds of paranoid ravings. I don’t remember,” my mother told us.
Everything was cleared, not a single tree or shrub in sight. But right smack in the middle was a small white building and an outbuilding resembling a tool shed or large pump house to the rear. Two or three men dressed exactly alike in light tan pants and shirts were standing on the steps along with a woman dressed all in white. They smiled at me, and my stepfather nudged me toward them. They murmured comments. “So here she is! We’ve wanted to meet you! How adorable you look. ” and so on and on.
Finally, if Cedric was just an ordinary nutcase, why didn’t they just leave him there to be dealt with by civilian authorities? My grandfather immediately moved us to a small house in Tampa near his own. We were there for a just a little while. I turned six there and started school. Mother could not divorce Cedric because he was incompetent, and at the same time could not be legally married to him for the same reason. She said she did not receive any cooperation from the Navy or the veterans’ hospital in trying to sort through this process.