By Laura Knight-Jadczyk
In 1993, after a dramatic alien craft sighting, skeptical hypnotherapist, Laura Knight-Jadczyk, undertook the channeling test that resulted, after years of devoted paintings, in what's often called the Cassiopaean Transmissions. the nearest analogy to the view of fact offered 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" people in "pods" in order that they are batteries generating strength for a few gigantic laptop dominating the realm. the variation 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 fact is projected, looping over and over in never-ending adaptations. you may say that the hyperdimensional nation-states are the "future" in a really actual experience. This para-physical truth of hyperdimensional house - the world of the Matrix programmers - in line with the Cassiopaeans, is inhabited via beings of either confident and unfavorable polarity who've "graduated" from our fact yet no longer inevitably within the feel of "dying" and going to a strictly airy realm, yet really that it really is, successfully, a global of the long run that creates our current through projecting itself into the prior. what's very important to achieve is if we predict in regards to the destiny by way of 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 associates approximately this Matrix fact, aiding them to return 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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They could have 61 AMAZING GRACE requested that someone from the veterans’ hospital go to pick him up. But such action suggests a reaction time beyond the ordinary case of a veteran with mental problems on the loose in the civilian world. To send representatives from Augusta to pick him up overnight is fast work, for sure. Of course, with all the local Navy presence, it would have been just as easy to send someone from one of the bases. But why was this done so quickly, before any formal charges could be filed?
It was all fantasy. ” After she checked him out of the hospital, she claims that this was the last time she saw him. I was almost five years old then. Mother had suffered for years from debilitating headaches that left her completely unable to function for up to a week at a time. During one of these episodes, a neighbor had come over to help her get my brother and me settled for the night. But I remember hearing quiet conversation in the next room, even though my mother swears that she was in her bed.
That seemed reasonable. It was my usual nap time. I was led into a bedroom toward a shiny metal crib with very high sides. “This room has been prepared just for you,” said the woman in white. ” I really wanted to go home. I wanted to get this nap over and done with so I could leave. I was too old for a crib, I thought to myself. These people must not know much about little girls as grown up as I was. And this made me suspect maybe my mother didn’t know I was here with these people after all. But they were so happy to see me and had worked so hard to prepare a special room for me.
Amazing Grace by Laura Knight-Jadczyk