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High Strangeness: Hyperdimensions and the Process of Alien Abduction [Kindle Edition]

Laura Knight-Jadczyk
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High Strangeness: Hyperdimensions and the Process of Alien Abduction is an enlightening attempt to weave together the contradictory threads of religion, science, history, alien abduction, and the true nature of political conspiracies. With thorough research and a drive for the truth, Laura Knight-Jadczyk strips away the facades of official culture and opens doors to understanding our reality.

The Second Edition includes additional material that explains the hyperdimensional mechanisms by which our reality is controlled and shaped by 'alien' powers. The self-serving actions of unwitting puppets - psychopaths and other pathological types - who may have no knowledge that they are being used, become the portals through which an agenda that is hostile to humanity as a whole, is pushed forward.

High Strangeness takes the study of ponerology into a whole new dimension!

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High Strangeness is a book that lays out provocatively and passionately the hidden slavery of the human race. Calling this book a new paradigm is a gross understatement. Understanding it will require most readers to discard nearly everything they think they know about how the world works. I realize this is a significant claim, and I do not make it lightly. It's a rare book that has the ability truly to change one's mind about the world. Rarest of all are those gems with the ability to change one s life. Laura Knight-Jadczyk's High Strangeness is such a book. I am grateful to Laura Knight-Jadczyk for her courage in facing some of the most difficult issues human beings can face. She is a shining light in a world of darkness. --Richard Dolan, author of UFOs and the National Secruity State

High Strangeness by Laura Knight-Jadczyk is filled with important information that is vital to the research of UFOs and paranormal phenomenon. Laura's work in this area is very valuable and it is a must to read by all who are currently active or those who plan to get involved with the study of this new area of exploration. If more individuals in this area would pay her work more attention we may come closer to solving this mystery. --Philip Imbrogno, author of Interdimensional Universe

Laura Knight-Jadczyk s High Strangeness is a concise and, at the same time, comprehensive overview of the author s wide-ranging theories about everything from the origin of our species to the sinister forces that have thwarted democracy and human freedom everywhere for millennia. I heartily recommend High Strangeness to anyone, scholar and layperson alike, who is seeking a better understanding of who we human beings are and where we are heading. --C. Scott Littleton, Professor of Anthropology, Emeritus, Occidental College

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  • Publisher: Red Pill Press; 2 edition (February 14, 2011)
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Unique view on a well-worn topic March 27, 2012
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There are plenty of books out there on alien abduction -- some good, some terrible, with a whole spectrum in between. Many authors (those who don't set up to debunk from the outset, that is) approach this subject in a nuts-and-bolts fashion, assuming that if aliens exist, they must be 3-dimensional beings visiting us from some other distant solar system. Knight-Jadczyk weighs in with a novel hypothesis that the oft-mentioned Greys are, in fact, hyperdimensional beings, and that alien abductions are a hyperdimensional phenomenon, explaining why there is so much high strangeness and lack of conventional evidence involved in these encounters. She also argues forcefully that the Greys are not some kind of benign alien 'space brother', but that our best interests are the furthest thing from their mind and that we actually function as a kind of commodity in a larger food chain of which the vast majority of humanity is unaware. Part autobiography, part scientific analysis, and part esoteric illumination, I consider this one of the best descriptions in print on this difficult subject.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Compelling November 7, 2007
I've never before read about the things and ideas presented in this book anywhere! The author's well researched ideas bring to light the possible agenda and workings of these alien beings, which may not be in sync with what they've been promoted to be. New ideas are presented such as the origin of these entities; the startling idea that they're actually trans-density beings, occupying a reality just above our own. In other words, they've always been here and seem to exhibit a disturbing interest in mankind that this book may have revealed. If true, this truth is indeed stranger than fiction, and is far more terrifying.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing book February 16, 2011
Format:Kindle Edition
What an amazing book !

It is an eye opener and I must admit that I found it difficult to read because i was not ready to see the truth as it is. But i am very glad that I have read that book. I have a bettter understanding of the hyperdimension now and how they play with us.

Definitively a must read.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What an interesting book! January 29, 2007
There's a lot of rubbish published on the subject UFO's and aliens, but this book is very interesting! I really enjoyed reading it. LKJ is on the cutting edge with her research on the hyperdimensional reality. I found the Cassiopaea Communication fascinating when viewed with an open mind. A great book for anyone wanting to know more about "High Strangeness".
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Must read for UFO fans March 25, 2012
By Robert
I was always interested in strange phenomena: Aliens, UFO's, Bermuda Triangle, Philadelphia experiment, anything that cannot be explained by science in a satisfactory way. Also I am attracted to new technology from Tesla to reverse engineered UFO parts.

Topics covered by High Strangeness was right in the wheelhouse for my interests. I began reading this book after reading - The Threat (1999) from David Jacobs. The alien parts in High Strangeness were quite frightening and contained good info, which I think shed more light on what might be really going on with the "friendly Aliens, who only want to protect us from ourselves not allowing us to destroy our planet."

Topics like The Military Industrial Complex and who are the real rulers of this world really opened my eyes to possibilities I wasn't aware of. So I made notes began to search for many subjects mentioned in the chapters after finishing this book.

A must read for all interested in good reasoning of what is possibly behind strange and unknown phenomena.

One thing is sure:

You will be surprised!
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
By Elaine
If you think you've read all you need to on the alien subject, try this one on for size! It's packed with detailed information and gives us a very somber look at what's REALLY been going on.

This book gives new definition to the words 'Consortium', 'Control System', and 'Alien Abduction'.

A must read!
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28 of 34 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Must read for UFO buffs February 10, 2005
By J.A.R.
I have read my share of "UFO" related material over my life, which left me right where I started, with more questions than answers. I found that, The High Strangeness of Dimensions, Densities and the Process of Alien Abduction by Laura Knight-Jadczyk, addresses the core issues/questions of what is going on behind the curtain. The author doesn't fall prey to the typical disinformation that's out there. Of particular interest to me was the advanced technology that is being used and how easy it is for us humans to see it as something else.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Amazing material--NOT for the timid August 19, 2011
Back in 1994 the author launched what came to be known as the Cassiopaean Experiment, so named because the beings who responded identified themselves as coming from the Cassiopaea star system. Her communications continue to this day and are detailed on her website. The contactee messages that resulted inspired a series of books of which this is the earliest, not counting the last chapter of her autobiography Amazing Grace which is now out of print.
The author is an abductee, a contactee and a skilled hypnotherapist, an interesting brew that produces many insights not seen elsewhere. This book is also about inner knowledge and keeping yourself out of trouble in the next dimension, kind of a survival guide. Abduction is a backdrop against which dimensional themes play out, a confusing and distracting twist which helps tie the book together.
Laura is a very bright, well-read and diligent woman who uses her abilities as truth-finding tools. She uses her curiosity like a pair of pincers to tug and yank as like a dental extraction, clearing the debris from the jawbone until it stands naked and exposed. If this sounds melodramatic, its not. Sixth density beings make you sing for your supper, think of how Don Elkins had to pry every morsel out of RA and you will get the idea. The Cassiopaeans use the same service to self/service to others (STS/STO) dichotomy seen in the Ra Material. Laura speaks approvingly of teachers who see evil as a force to be understood and reckoned with like Castaneda, Gurdjieff, alchemist Fulcanelli and the Sufi mystics.
Her readers are the beneficiaries. Laura has worked hard to distill the truth from the psychic morass. Her metaphysical journeys allow her to glimpse beyond our 3D world into the interdimensional cracks and spaces invisible to many of us.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
2.0 out of 5 stars Not UFO info ,more religious stuff
I'm about 3/4 through the book and am very disappointed. It's more about some supposed "spirits" and some religious stuff , than about UFO's or even science. Read more
Published 5 months ago by D Darkangelo
5.0 out of 5 stars Exciting, a bit scary, and highly informative
She touches all bases in this one. In depth, touching on the sciences, skepticism, psychology, politics, sociology, "New Age," ufology, and other areas of information. Read more
Published 5 months ago by victor calderon
5.0 out of 5 stars Fastening
I found this book, as well as all of Laura Knight-Jadczyk books that I have read, to be a great read and very enlightening!
Published 10 months ago by mike
1.0 out of 5 stars Discasted by it !!!
Just an other one to add to the list of distasteful books. It was irritating to read so many contradictions.
Published 14 months ago by carmen
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book
This is probably one of the most interesting books from Laura Knight. I Loved it and I will probably buy the paperback copy too. Giorgino
Published 15 months ago by GiorgioDovigi
5.0 out of 5 stars Informative, well researched and extremely entertaining
This book and author Laura Knight-Jadczyk take the reader for a spell-binding and scholarly look into the incomprehensible realms, dimensions and universes that exist just beyond... Read more
Published 17 months ago by PokerGuySteve
5.0 out of 5 stars when she's not channeling, she's brilliant
problem is she's all about the channeling, which I feel stops her from being at the top of the list of conspiracy/spiritual writers. Read more
Published 17 months ago by Jared Jennings
4.0 out of 5 stars Beyond "The Matrix"
This is not a quick read. It is a provocative read. In between science and mystic lies a complex view of future, past, and most important, directions to get to either. Read more
Published 18 months ago by ric
1.0 out of 5 stars Garbage
Absolute trash. It is the worst piece of paranoid gibberish I have read in quite a while... Thinly disguised anti Semitic mumbo jumbo wrapped in a thin paranoid skin. Read more
Published 19 months ago by realityman
4.0 out of 5 stars A un holy view of the world.
If you want to find an excuse that there is not a supernatural creator, then I guess this book will do. It is easy or me to read and understand. Read more
Published 21 months ago by R.J. Kelly
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I am a seventh generation Floridian and my roots in the U.S. go back to before the Revolution. Because of my lifelong interests in science and spirit, I began what has come to be known as "The Cassiopaean Experiment" in 1994; an experiment in superluminal communication. Thus far, I've written 13 books which combine science and mysticism and my husband (physicist/mathematician, Arkadiusz Jadczyk) and I established an active online forum and several websites as a result of this experiment. Together, with other researchers, many of them mainstream scientists, we created the Eiriu Eolas stress-reduction and rejuvenation program. I presently live in France with my husband, four of our six children, extended family and on-site researchers, eight dogs and a cat. When people ask me to describe myself, the first thing that comes to mind is: "I'm just an ordinary Florida girl dreaming of a better world."


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