" Whatever the area of conspiracy or spirituality or fringe thought in general, LKJ tends to keep herself and her community in the role of a uniquely valuable lone "lighthouse" shining a light into a world of darkness and doom, through the simple strategy of always having their own incompatible take on polarizing ideas of the day."
RationalWiki article - Laura Knight-Jadczyk
Q: There is so much disinformation you just don't know who to believe... I mean, how do we know we can believe you? There are so many sources out there deceiving and they do it so cleverly. Look at the Bible... for 2,000 years people have been believing that...
A: They deceive when you allow it.
—Laura and the Cassiopaeans in October 16, 1994 channeling
Laura Knight-Jadczyk (1952–) – hereafter referred to as LKJ – is a pseudohistorian and unified conspiracy theorist, but perhaps mainly known for her channeling of the "Cassiopaeans" and the fake news platform Sott.net. A self-styled "scientific mystic and PaleoChristian Shaman," PaleoChristianity is the little organized religion she had founded as her personal cult. Her websites and ventures in alternative media publishing and other things have branched out over the years of her Cassiopaean channeling and inspired research, but her audience remains much smaller than for example that of David Icke.
Earlier in life, as LKJ relates in her books, she was a Christian fundamentalist. Her mystical experiences and intellectual interests put her at odds with the dogma, leading her first to grow beyond her old mental prison – and thereafter to construct a new one. Her New Age conspiracist teaching essentially ended up reinventing the fundamentalist mentality on a wordier and more complex pseudoscientific foundation. Original sin became recast as the prehistoric fall of humanity into being beholden to evil[note 1] paranormal aliens[note 2] as their energy food source – and more importantly, nearly all the world's population is said to face ultimate damnation and destruction in the form of "soul smashing", only a small spiritual elite surviving redeemed through very great and extremely difficult work under LKJ's guidance.
Central to LKJ's overall style is wide-ranging associations and juxtapositions, supposedly in support of her conclusions. She has read widely and draws upon tens of thousands of books, in ways that often mainly distract from the unreasonableness and incoherence of the central message, and with the attitude that critics are wrong because they haven't speed-read as much as she has. She may sometimes seem to have never met a piece of pseudoscience she didn't like, but she argues as much against those with differing unvonventional views as she does those with conventional ones.
Politically, in earlier years she often played the role of left-wing moonbat par excellence, while in later years that excellence of hers has gradually been shifting towards alt-right wingnuttery, her online following tagging along for the journey. Whatever the area of conspiracy or spirituality or fringe thought in general, LKJ tends to keep herself and her community in the role of a uniquely valuable lone "lighthouse" shining a light into a world of darkness and doom, through the simple strategy of always having their own incompatible take on polarizing ideas of the day.
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Allegedly according to RationalWiki, the current leader of Fellowship of the Cosmic Mind had a dispute with someone who created his own group.
om Montalk a.k.a. Thomas Minderle (real name Thomas Cox) runs montalk.net, his personal conspirituality website. He's written articles on all manner of fringe topics, mainly spirituality and aliens and conspiracy theories. Montalk's thought is in large part centered in a mix of the Cassiopaean material and the Ra Material, with various other popular New Age and conspiracist themes thrown into the mix. He's big on alien abduction and disclosure and related matters, and views The MatrixWikipedia as semi-metaphorically real – our reality is apparently full of weird glitches, strange things, and timeline shifts of often alien origin, the nature and often even existence of which mainstream people are oblivious to.
In the early 2000s, he had a falling out with an increasingly paranoid and controlling Laura Knight-Jadczyk and by extension her online community, and has ever since promoted a message which in large part seems like an extension of LKJ's earlier one.
Basically, his message is what you get if you keep adding an awful lot of teachings into a blender, trying to see some good in as many of them as possible without the contradictions outright smacking you in the face – instead of deciding, like LKJ, that almost everyone else is very wrong, and turning a more insular and elitist derivative of all kinds of teachings into a cult (which in 2009 became the Fellowship of the Cosmic Mind).
Around a decade later, by 2014 Bernhard Guenther (who runs another conspirituality website, veilofreality.com) and his online following had more definitely parted ways with the Cassiopaea community, in another little split. Montalk and Guenther are friends and agree on a lot of topics, including that QAnon really is a force for awakening.
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There's an old Reddit discussion of a book Political Poenerology written by Andrzej Lobaczewski which languished in manuscript until embraced by right wing conspiracy minded persons and groups.
When the book first came out it apparently got an endorsement from renowned social psychologist Philip Zimbardo who is now likely dismayed by the agendas now associated with the book.
Wikipedia article :Political Poenerology -- and Andrzej Lobaczewski
'Poenerology' is a term some use for the study of evil.
You know why the cover is looks like a mid-2000s conspiracy book? Because it is a mid-2000s conspiracy book. It's an antisemetic conspiracy theory written by a Polish nationalist and published by an antisemetic publishing house named Ostoja in Poland, another antisemetic publishing house named Vide Editorial in Brazil, some university whose name I can't remember in Serbia, and the publishing house of a cult named the Cassiopaean Experiment/Fellowship of the Cosmic Mind/Quantum Future Group.
The publishing house was named Red Pill Press and it was published in 2006.
The Portuguese edition of the book has a foreword by Brazilian fascist Olavo de Carvalho.
Here's an article with information on the antisemitism and racism in the theory.
Do your due diligence before demonizing mentally ill people. It'll save your life one day
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