Laura Knight Jadczyk is a “scientific mystic and PaleoChristian Shaman.” (Please let that sink in.) Primarily, she’s a blogger most famous for promoting Comet Elenin, Planet X and Nibiru nonsense (though apparently the 2012 apocalypse was a false flag operation to fool thinking people like herself) – but she is also deeply into free energy conspiracies, trutherism (she has even written a book, 9/11 The Ultimate Truth with Joe Quinn), JFK conspiracies, various conspiracies centered around Mossad, the Denver Airport conspiracy theory (check it out if you don’t know it), New World Order conspiracies, Earth changes, aliens and HAARP. If you've taken the first step, why not go the whole way?
Her Cassiopaea website is worth a visit. Not everything there is entirely clear to us, but apparently Cassiopaeans are aliens, possibly from the future, who communicate with humans via channeling. Jadczyk has channeled them herself. They told her that the Men in Black are “lizard projections”. So there is that. They may also be trying to kill us. Who knows. Much of the website is devoted to The Grail Quest And The Destiny Of Man, which has something to do with finding the Holy Grail through a mix of alchemy, hallucinations and dreams, Christianity and (we suspect) vibrations. There is also a lot about The Wave, which has something to do with souls and earth changes.
As for the real world, it (every nation) is – according to the “Sign of the Times” website, which she helps moderate, and which is “The world for the people who think” – controlled by psychopaths by means of dominant personalities. She has this information from a book she wrote with a Soviet professor. The professor, however, fled with the book in his memory when he discovered the truth. She is also miffed about how corporate science hide the Truth by the wicked trick of peer review.
As for psychopaths, they are failed organic portals. What? Oh, yes. Organic portals are “people whose abilities of imitation are so developed, so much an integral part of who they are, that they can only be discovered after years of observation. The psychopath is the failed organic portal.” Apparently there are 3 billion organic portals, and they are soulless. The rest of humanity, on the other hand, are distinguished into “pre-adamic” and “adamic” humans, who have different souls and we have no idea but it probably doesn’t matter.
She has also written the book The Secret History of the World and How to Get Out Alive, which … well, lets just quote the blurb: “If you heard the Truth, would you believe it? Ancient civilizations. Hyperdimensional realities. DNA changes. Bible conspiracies. What are the realities? What is disinformation? The Secret History of The World and How To Get Out Alive is the definitive book of the real answers where Truth is more fantastic than fiction. Laura Knight-Jadczyk, wife of internationally known theoretical physicist, Arkadiusz Jadczyk, an expert in hyperdimensional physics, draws on science and mysticism to pierce the veil of reality. Due to the many threats on her life from agents and agencies known and unknown, Laura left the United States to live in France, where she is working closely with Patrick Rivière, student of Eugene Canseliet, the only disciple of the legendary alchemist Fulcanelli. To this day, Laura continues to undergo ad-hominem attacks on her web pages, her blog and even as faux book ‘reviews’ on book seller websites, by those threatened by the information she reveals in this definitive work. Yet, with sparkling humour and wisdom, she picks up where Fulcanelli left off, sharing over thirty years of research to reveal, for the first time, The Great Work and the esoteric Science of the Ancients in terms accessible to scholar and layperson alike.” The book was published with something called the Red Pill Press.
Apparently Jadczyk is vice president of the Quantum Future Group (QFG). In 2008 the QFG was apparently sued by Eric Pepin, guru-i-chief of the Higher Balance Institute, which offers courses in “multi-dimensional meditation.” Apparently Sign of the Times accused his institute of being a cointelpro group promoting meditation as an act of “falling into confluence with a psychopathic reality” that “leads people more deeply into sleep.” We do not know how Pepin went about demonstrating that the claim is false, insofar as falsehood requires minimal meaningfulness.
Jadczyk’s husband Arkadiusz is apparently a legit PhD in theoretical physics, but also pushes New Age speculations and quantum woo.
Diagnosis: Gibberish. Gibberish everywhere. Gibberish and trans-dimensional martian Leprechauns. Fortunately Jadczyk’s influence is limited, and the fact that most of her sentences are meaningless nonsense probably doesn’t help in the long run.