Amazing Grace by Laura Knight-Jadczyk

By Laura Knight-Jadczyk

In 1993, after a dramatic alien ship sighting, skeptical hypnotherapist, Laura Knight-Jadczyk, undertook the channeling scan that resulted, after years of committed paintings, in what's referred to as the Cassiopaean Transmissions. the nearest analogy to the view of fact provided via the Cassiopaeans is graphically explicated within the motion picture, The Matrix, in which our fact 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 colossal computing device dominating the area. 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 truth is projected, looping time and again in unending adaptations. you'll say that the hyperdimensional nation-states are the "future" in a truly genuine feel. This para-physical fact of hyperdimensional house - the area of the Matrix programmers - in keeping with the Cassiopaeans, is inhabited via beings of either confident and unfavorable polarity who've "graduated" from our fact yet no longer unavoidably within the experience of "dying" and going to a strictly airy realm, yet relatively that it truly is, successfully, a global of the longer term that creates our current via projecting itself into the earlier. what's vital to achieve is if we expect concerning the destiny when it comes to possible futures, or branching universes, then what we do now, no matter if we get up from the Matrix, determines what sort of destiny we adventure, separately and jointly. The Cassiopaeans taught Laura and her associates approximately this Matrix truth, aiding them to come back to grips with, know how it operated, after which, to take the mandatory steps to turn into unfastened. In different phrases, the Cassiopaeans supplied the "Red capsule" for awakening. This publication is a dramatic new addition to the style of mystical autobiographies.

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The story, according to the adults of the family: I was put down for a nap, and my mother was doing her chores around the house. She went in a bit later to get me up, and I was not in my bed where she had left me. She thought I’d gotten up or was playing or hiding, so she searched the house. Nothing. Next, she went outside and searched, calling me repeatedly. Nothing. Next, she went to the neighbors, who came and re-searched the house with her. Then they all went outside to search again, widening the area of examination.

He told me he missed me and my mother and he was coming home for good very soon. I was happy to see him because he had always been 56 LAURA KNIGHT JADCZYK attentive and kind to me. He told me not to tell my mother that he had been to see me because she would be mad at him. He was trying to make her understand that he loved us and he wanted to bring her a nice surprise. ” Would I like to go for a ride one day soon? ” But then, for some reason, I told him I would only go for a ride if it could be in a new yellow and black convertible like I had seen in a picture in a magazine.

And so it was. Another lost little girl. 40 LAURA KNIGHT JADCZYK What happens to such a child? She has material goods, freedom and privilege too bold for her age, too much responsibility too soon. Her parents compensate this way because they cannot show love. ~~~***~~~ We see Jack and Alice at the lunch counter, laughing and talking. They’ve found each other. Soon they will plan their marriage made in heaven. My mother Alice knew Jack’s bad reputation for being a wild one. Now he’s learned his lesson through tremendous pain and suffering.

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