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Heather Lynn tells us all about evil images …

Heather Lynn tells us all about evil images and figures in the archaeological record!

Bill Philipps Signs from the Other Side I…

Bill Philipps Signs from the Other Side

Inspiring show with one of the world’s great mediums

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Whitley Strieber’s Dreamland

Uploaded on 9 Oct 2017

Whitley Strieber’s Dreamland explores the edge of science and reality. Expect to be amazed!

Angels, Disincarnate Entities and Demonic Po…

Angels, Disincarnate Entities and Demonic Possession 3/22/19

Whitley discusses demons, angels and psychology with Susan Martinez, author of Field Guide to the Spirit World.

ufosandextradimensions: Whitley Striebers “A …

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Whitley Striebers “A New World” documentary preview.

Top 4 Real ALIEN ABDUCTION Cases to Make You…

Top 4 Real ALIEN ABDUCTION Cases to Make You Believe 

Alien abduction stories might be rare but they are more common than you may think. There are strange stories of abduction reported all around the world and The cases on this list are some of the strangest. These are the Top 4 Real Alien Abduction Cases to Make You Believe.

4. Stanford Abduction

Considered as one of the most compelling UFO abduction cases ever recorded, the Stanford Abduction remains a baffling mystery to UFO experts and observers alike.

It happened on January 6, 1976. It was Mona Stafford’s 36th birthday, so she and her two friends, and Elaine decided to celebrate by heading to Redwood restaurant in Lancaster, Kentucky – 35 miles from their hometown of Liberty. After finishing dinner, the three of them then headed back home in what they expected to be a peaceful drive.

3. Elizabeth Klarer

When you think of alien abduction stories, the first thing people check is the reputation of the abductee. And in the case of Elizabeth Klarer, she was nowhere near ordinary.

Born in 1910 in Mooi River, South Africa, Elizabeth grew up fascinated with Zulu legends and stories at a young age.

2. Pascagoula Abduction

It was October 11, 1973 and co-workers, 42-year old Charles Hickson and 19-year old, Calvin Parker, went fishing from an old pier by the Pascagoula River in Mississippi. Hickson had been friends with Parker’s father for a long time, and the young teen recently moved to the Coast as a welder, and was renting a room from Hickson and his wife.

1. Whitley Strieber

Known for his horror novels, Whitley Strieber surprised people when he released his book “Communion,” recounting his experiences with non-human entities.

On December 26, 1985, Strieber was at his upstate New York cabin. By this time, he was already an established writer and was staying at the isolated cabin with his wife and son. He was always wary of intruders and installed a high-tech alarm system there to keep everyone safe.

Catherine Austin Fitts: From Missing Money t…

Catherine Austin Fitts: From Missing Money to Secret Weapons

ufosandextradimensions: Whitley Striebers “A …

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Whitley Striebers “A New World” documentary preview.

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Communion: A True Story

If you have ever looked into aliens, you’ve probably seen this image. It is the cover of the book, Communion: A True Story, painted by Ted Seth Jacobs and depicts an “grey” alien even though the author never expressly states that his abduction was carried out by aliens. Communion is a book that is widely considered to by a bible of sorts for alien/UFO enthusiasts. It tells the story of the author, 

Whitley Strieber, who actually wrote several other horror novels though Communion is nonfiction, being abducted from his upstate New York cabin the evening of Boxing Day in 1985. 

Throughout the book, Strieber refers to them as “The Visitors” so as to leave room for the possibility that they only exist in his mind and were not, in fact, extraterrestrials. The book received national notoriety, reaching the number one spot on the New York Times Best Seller list. Following that, Strieber wrote several more follow up books to his experience. 

The final book is Solving the Communion Enigma: What Is to Come, which was published in 2011, and explores the possibility of parallel universes and looks at a variety of phenomena that could be related to what we term as “extraterrestrials,” including crop circles and mutilations. He concludes that “the Visitors” are intent on moving the human race toward higher levels of understanding and consciousness within the endless multiverse.

While the book was written over 30 years ago, it still remains vital reading material for those interested in this field and is lauded as “the truth.”

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The Experience 11/28/18: How Does the Visito…

The Experience 11/28/18: How Does the Visitor Experience Change You?

Jeremy Vaeni explores what being a close encounter witness has done to him.