Welcome to the Cassiopaean Website, the repository for the work of scientific mystic, Laura Knight-Jadczyk.
Laura is married to theoretical/mathematical physicist Arkadiusz Jadczyk who introduces his wife’s work in the following extract: The name “Cassiopaea” was given by a consciously “channeled source” which Laura accessed in 1994 after two years of experimental work.
The more improbable is a given phenomenon, the more information is carried by its occurrence, the more we can learn by its study.
That is why we did not dismiss the “we are you in the future” as impossible and therefore ignorable.
The judges, after a suggestion by Cowell, put them together in a band, qualifying for the Groups category. As a result of the public vote, they were put in bottom three and had to sing in the final showdown on 17 October, after Storm Lee polled the least amount of votes and was eliminated.
In the first week of live shows, they sang "Airplanes" by B.o. They sang "Big Girls Don't Cry" and were saved by judges Louis Walsh, Dannii Minogue and Cheryl Cole voted to save them and eliminate Diva Fever instead, without having their mentor Simon Cowell to vote.
The eleventh UK series of The X Factor began on ITV on 30 August 2014. Mel B mentored the Boys, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini mentored the Girls, Simon Cowell mentored the Over 25s and Louis Walsh mentored the Groups.
The 12 chosen finalists were Paul Akister, Andrea Faustini, Jake Quickenden, Chloe Jasmine, Stephanie Nala, Lauren Platt, Fleur East, Ben Haenow, Jay James, Blonde Electra, Stereo Kicks and Only The Young. Contestants in this category are male soloists aged between 14 and 25.
Improbable perhaps is the right word, but there are many things that are improbable and yet happen.
The decision to bring back Honey G was blasted by fans, with one viewer taking to Twitter to write: 'So you let Honey G come back to Wembley but no one else?
What makes the talentless waste of a rap Honey so special? (sic)' Another user added: 'Why was Honey G getting special treatment over the other finalists???
Rappers 50 Cent and Snoop Dogg have declared they are fans of Honey G, while X Factor host Dermot O'Leary said after the show: 'It’s not called Who’s Got The Best Voice?
It’s called The X Factor – and Honey G’s got The X Factor.'During the performance, Honey G and the ‘X Factor’ judges - Simon Cowell, Louis Walsh, Nicole Scherzinger and Sharon Osbourne - all donned Honey’s trademark sunglasses, which had her name scrolling across them in lights.
The six candidates at judges' houses were: Paul Akister, Danny Dearden, Andrea Faustini, Jordan Morris, Jake Quickenden, and Jack Walton.
Mel B chose: Paul Akister (born 1989) is a pub singer from Lancaster, Lancashire.
It is so hard to get a break in this industry and I wanted to give back to people who are in the same boat that I used to be in.
If I can give even just one person a leg-up into the industry then I will be happy.
Instead we decided to continue the “communications” as a form of a controlled experiment in “superluminal thought transfer” — even if it was clear that the term should be considered as a tentative indication of only one out several possible interpretations.
The information received from this experiment is presented in the context of broad ranging historical, scientific and other metaphysical material and offers the clues that have led to the world view and inferences presented by us in our numerous publications on this website and in print.