"Laura Knight-Jadczyk is the author of two books: Amazing Grace, which is an autobiography of the soul, and Ancient Science, which contains the results of her search for the underlying principles of our reality. She is currently working on Volume II of Ancient Science.
As a consequence of her scientific approach to metaphysics, Laura met her husband, a scientist with an interest in the mysterious. For more insight into that phase of Laura's life see, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, Thomas French's article in the St. Petersburg Times. Mr. French spent over five years following Laura and her work at the end of which time he wrote:
"After all this time, I cannot begin to tell you what is truly happening with Laura. I do know that she remains as intriguing as ever. From the moment I met her, she has made me consider possibilities that would not have occurred to me otherwise. She has forced me to see and think in new ways."
That is Laura's greatest gift, and one that she shares freely with her readers. Be prepared to challenge and examine everything you ever thought and believed as she brings the logic of a mathematician, the vision of a mystic, and the compassion of a mother to the quest for the solutions to the problems of Man and the Universe.
Arkadiusz Jadczyk, Ph.D: is a theoretical physicist fascinated by the problems of the foundations of quantum theory, and its relation to the philosophy of science and the theories of knowledge, consciousness and mind. In the past he has worked on algebraic methods of quantum theory, differential geometric methods of field theory, theories of gravitation Kaluza-Klein theories of hidden dimensions, and supersymmetry, non-commutative geometry. The interested reader can have a look at his CV and List of Publications.
In 1990, Ark decided that "enough is enough" - he wanted to follow what always fascinated him most: more esoteric and more difficult ideas; those that demand going beyond the established boundaries of Physics. He wrote:
I believe that Mathematics and Physics are our best tools for conquering the Unknown.
I am not saying they are "the only tools". I am saying they are "the best" ones that we know.
We should aim at converting "unspeakable" into "speakable," and then the speakable into logic and mathematics.
Next, we must reshape and extend the "real world" around us. I believe that this is our lot. Running away from this lot is weakness. Running away from reality makes sense only if, at the final instant, it brings "progress in science." Here I mean "progress" in its ordinary, naive, sense: progress in understanding, progress in theory, progress in technology. I am well aware of the dangerous aspects of any "progress," but we have no other choice.
We must do all we can to reshape our world, and we must try even more to avoid the dangers of progress run amok...
Thus, we must not cease in our efforts to make the next step, and then the next. At the same time we must not cease to make continuously all efforts that we can to understand better
And then we must convert this understanding into our everyday language that we talk to our children.
The Cassiopaean Experiment is only a part of this marriage of Science and Mysticism and, as such, is a true merging of the scientific and the mysterious: an endeavour to systematically collect, analyze and interpret data objectively, and from there to construct a reasonable theory of the nature of our reality.
Ark and Laura work very hard, many hours a day, and have done so for many years, to discover the "bottom line" of our existence on Earth. It is their vocation, quest, job. They constantly seek to validate and/or refine what they understand to be either possible or probable or both.
This website is NOT about "Beliefs." It is about seeking the most objective Truth possible - that is, truths that are common to all peoples - and they are of the opinion that personal, subjective "beliefs" or assumptions seem to blind us and halt the reception of Truth.
Part of the condition necessary for opening the mind is to realize that we all have personal and cultural beliefs and assumptions that influence our perceptions of reality. Before we even ask the first question, it is important to attempt to leave our prejudices at the door, so to speak, and to maintain a constant awareness that our beliefs do shape our perception of reality, even if they have little to do with objectively creating that reality, and to minimize those biases so that we are able to see what is, and not only what we may wish to see. What we don't know CAN hurt us!
Based on the results of the Cassiopaean Experiment, it seems that the seeking of Knowledge and Awareness in all fields of endeavor is the best way to be able to discern lies from truth. "