The Wave is an exquisitely written first-person account of Laura Knight-Jadczyk s initiation at the hands of the Cassiopaeans and demonstrates the unique nature of the Cassiopaean Experiment.
Book Four summarizes the ideas explored so far throughout the experiment and introduces one of the most controversial issues facing modern mankind: that of two types of humans. Could this distinction have been the unspeakable blasphemy of early pre-Christianity which so upset the establishment? Taking Mouravieff s portrayal of Adamic and pre-Adamic man as passed down through the esoteric tradition within Eastern Orthodoxy, Laura Knight-Jadczyk tackles the issues of psychopaths and the soulless race.
Book Four proceeds into the depths of history and religion, and tackles another explosive issue: the Jewish question. Why are a certain people continually persecuted throughout history, and consistently at the center of conflict and controversy? What are their origins? How and why are they being manipulated as part of the secret games of the elite?
We follow the detective trail of alchemical tradition - Fulcanelli, secret societies and an obscured history - tracing the progress of civilisation through the dark ages to the origins of monotheism. Book Four highlights the gaping holes in our current knowledge and data collection methods, the problems with carbon dating, the circular arguments used when trying to fit evidence with an existing hypothesis, and bringing down the whole historic pack of cards.
The concept of The Wave is vital for anyone wishing to understand the deeper meaning and reality of the human experience, and what our very near future may have in store for us. We all have a responsibility to equip ourselves with the necessary knowledge to weather the approaching storm. The Wave will provide you with that knowledge.