The High Strangeness of Dimensions, Densities and the Process of Alien Abduction
By Laura Knight-Jadczyk
After a mouthful of a title like that, you might think that the book is heavy-going. Thankfully, it is not. The High Strangeness of Dimensions, Densities and the Process of Alien Abduction is the intriguing story of the author’s contacts with beings called The Cassiopaeans.
The contacts were initiated by the use of a Ouija board and messages were channelled and written down. I have never been a big fan of channelling (the use of psychic methods to receive communications from spirits, aliens, demons, trans-dimensional beings etc.) and I started the book with something of a heavy heart. However, Laura has written an entertaining account of her experiments (for that is how she describes them) and the messages she received are very interesting. I also apologise in advance if my knowledge of the subject is lacking, thus resulting in some confusion on my part.
Initially a sceptic with regards to the alien abduction phenomenon, Laura Knight-Jadczyk became interested in the UFO subject through a friend, who loaned her dozens of books. She went through a period of debilitating illness and had nothing to do all day but sit in bed and read. She found the topic fascinating, but in no way did she count herself as a believer.
Then she and her family witnessed two, huge boomerang-shaped objects fly over her house one night and her life changed forever. Already an experienced therapist, Laura came across a lady who believed that she had undergone an abduction experience. After exploring this through hypnosis, Laura and her group of friends eventually decided upon using a Ouija board as the best way to obtain information.
This was when the Cassiopaeans made their entrance. Several entities came through and many of the messages they sent were very long and it must have taken a long time to write down all the letters that the planchette pointed to!
Without revealing too much about the book, a story emerged concerning the origins of the human race, ongoing experiments by 4th Density, reptilian beings (we are 3rd Density beings and the Cassiopaeans are from a higher density still) and what is to come in the future. Sometimes the messages received and responses to questions seem too thorough, as though what is being relayed is exactly what we want to hear. At times you get the feeling that everything is part of this alien plot (which, of course, it is if you believe what is in the book) and it can be frustrating when seemingly innocuous events, such as glimpsing a reflection or having a bad dream, are described as ‘lizards’ or ‘Greys’ scoping us out.
Even if you do not subscribe to the ideas published in The High Strangeness of Dimensions, Densities and the Process of Alien Abduction, it is a book that is well worth reading and there are many moments in the book that will have you raising your eyebrows with surprise and recognition.
An official website can be found at www.cassiopaea.org
Steve Johnson - 2006
In These Signs Conquer:
Revealing the Secret Signs an Age Has Obscured
Published by: BiggyBoo Books & TGS Publishers
Price: £12.95 (UK) $22.95 (US)
In These Signs Conquer: Revealing the Secret Signs an Age Has Obscured is a remarkable book from Ellis Taylor. Charting the hidden history of humanity from its origins in the stars to modern times, Ellis takes us on a fascinating journey, using symbology, both ancient and modern.
Ellis’ wit shines through in this book, making what could be a mind-numbing trawl through esotericism an enjoyable and fulfilling experience. He takes complex subjects and boils them down into words that anybody can understand.
Despite what historians tell us, that our evolution was a long, hard slog from its primitive origins to our modern world of global conflict and strife, Ellis maintains that a complex plan has been at work, a plan that can be decoded using the symbols and writings of our ancestors, from the ancient Sumerians and Egyptians to the Bible to Francis Bacon and Dr John Dee to HP Lovecraft. No stone is left unturned in this epic quest for the truth about the nature of reality.
Read this extraordinary work and your view of the world will be changed forever.
Ellis Taylor’s website can be found at http://www.ellisctaylor.com
Published by: Tempus Publishing Ltd.
Price: £8.99 (UK)
Every town and city has its so-called ‘haunted houses’. Usually associated with Gothic cathedrals, creaky, old mansions or spooky graveyards, the truth is that any building can be haunted. In Haunted Wandsworth, James Clarke takes us on a spine-chilling trip through that London borough. If you live there, it might open your eyes to the amazing history that surrounds you. If you don’t live in Wandsworth, it is still a fascinating book, perfect for curling up in front of a warm fire on a cold night.
James recounts, using public records, newspaper reports and other sources, those tales of the bizarre that surface from time to time, from the murder of Charles Bravo, to the Battersea Poltergeist to the amazing stories of Spring-Heeled Jack.
Haunted Wandsworth is an excellent, albeit brief, excursion into the paranormal and comes highly recommended.
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