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Preface by Patrick Rivìre






The Secret History of The World





This book of revolutionary importance is essential reading.

With this original work, Laura Knight-Jadczyk shares with us her prodigious 
discoveries that put into question History as well as our habitual observations 

concerning the myth of the “Grail”. She does this by revisiting the Bible and 

comparative mythology, looking closely into parallel universes and hyperspace, 

and penetrating into quantum physics, genetics, and the mysteries of the diverse 
creations populating the hyperdimensions of the Cosmos.

Throughout her expoś, Laura Knight-Jadczyk refers to two powerful works of 

the scientist-alchemist Fulcanelli: The Mystery of the Cathedrals and Dwellings of 

the Philosophers. She applies her vast knowledge to the continuation of his work.

Thus, following in the footsteps of Fulcanelli (citing Huysmans) when he 
denounces the constant lies and omissions from official History over the course of 

time, Laura Knight-Jadczyk, citing numerous examples, exposes the manipulations 

in the official history of ancient civilizations of which humanity is the victim. She 

strives to re-establish the truth, and her answers are often enlightening.
According to Laura Knight-Jadczyk, the mysteries of the Holy Grail and the Ark 

of the Temple refer to a particular, very advanced “technology” – with the aim, for 

example, of teleportation and changing between space-time dimensions – a secret 

and sacred science of which only a few great “Initiates” have remained custodians. 
Christ Jesus was the surest guarantor of this precious legacy, and, although it 

might displease Dan Brown (author of The DaVinci Code), the genealogical 

lineage of the “Sangŕal” (the “Sang Royal” or “Holy Blood”), is not at all as he 

believes it to be! The reader of this important work by Laura Knight-Jadczyk will 
realize that there are completely different conclusions to that mystery.

Her erudition cannot but impress the reader during the course of an assiduous 

reading of this quite astonishing book. As to her inspiration, what can we say, and, 

from whence could it come, if not the Light of the stars?


Patrick Rivìre


















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