Catherine Austin Fitts: From Missing Money to Secret Weapons
Catherine Austin Fitts: From Missing Money to Secret Weapons
Whitley Striebers “A New World” documentary preview.
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.”
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.
Super Natural Encounters & Alien Experiences | Whitley Strieber Communion – Coast to Coast AM Alt
Published on Mar 3, 2016
Whitley Strieber has spent his life in pursuit of answers to the great mysteries of the supernatural, so it’s very fitting we start our first show of Mysterious Matters with him. In this interview with Bob Bain, Whitley talks frankly about everything… from the scientific community, who he feels is afraid of finding out the truth, and his ongoing life with his late wife, Anne. He speaks of his new book, “The Super Natural: A New Vision of the Unexplained”, and gives us a hint at what may truly bring answers to us all.
* Do we have the scientific equipment to measure and establish the true nature of unknown phenomena?
*Why is the scientific community afraid to find the truth? Why won’t they ask what Super Natural experiences are and why do they outright reject the very idea?
* Has the scientific community slipped into their own form of “religion”?
* Is theoretical physicist, Dr. Michio Kaku vanishing from mainstream media as a science expert and replaced by an astrophysicist with a closed mind (Neil deGrasse Tyson)?
* Is a ghost outside of nature? Or is there a Super Natural explanation?
* Whitley addresses OBE’s. How many “travelers” are out there, and are they related to ghosts? Whitley also shares a meditation to help those who wish to connect with loved ones across the veil.
* Is instantaneous travel to other planets possible?
* What is it like on the other side of the veil? What is a “Web of Being?” Are we all expressions of a greater consciousness?
* After the interview, Bob gets a surprise phone call…Anne Strieber has a message from the other side.
“Maybe I went too far with this one, but I think it’s just damn well time.” – Whitley Strieber on his interview with Mysterious Matters.
On Today’s edition of Mysterious Matters with Bob Bain, former Coast to Coast AM Weekend Host Whitley Strieber sits down with Bob to discuss his new book The Super Natural: A New Vision of the Unexplained and Whitley thinks he may have gone a bit too far on the show.
Listen to the best Whitley Strieber interview done in years! Some are even claiming Mysterious Matters with Bob Bain surpasses Coast to Coast AM hosted by George Noory.
Whitley Strieber’s Dreamland
Published on 19 Oct 2017
The First Ever Abduction–Or Something Even Stranger??
Monster Hunting with Nick Redfern
Published on 24 Nov 2016
Nick Redfern has spent the last five years in search of cryptid creatures the world over. If you have ever watched Monster Quest on the History Channel, you will
Remarkable Cases of People who were ‘Born Aware’
Some people have very different birth memories than most of us. Listen to their fascinating stories.
Can love actually enable a relationship to survive death? The Afterlife Revolution triumphantly says that it can. After a near-death experience in 2004, Anne Strieber became an expert in afterlife studies and created an ingenious plan of contact which, to her husband Whitley’s amazement, she proceeded to carry out, starting just an hour and a half after she died. As verified by famed afterlife researcher Dr. Gary Schwartz, who wrote the foreword, the Afterlife Revolution is among the most convincing stories of afterlife communication ever told, and is a ringing endorsement not only of the fact that we do not die, but also that the power of love can create an actual bridge between the physical and nonphysical worlds. The book points the way to a new relationship between the living and, as Anne puts it, “what you call the dead.” Anne tells of her experience on the other side, saying that “we are light, alive,” and that “enlightenment is what comes when there is nothing left of us but love.” Her descriptions of the afterlife are brilliantly articulate and nuanced, at once deeply familiar and uniquely her own. The Afterlife Revolution shows how to use basic tools such as what Anne describes as “objective love” combined with a simple but special form of meditation to build a relationship between physical and nonphysical worlds. It is intended to help us find that sweet point at which the souls of the living touch those of the dead. As Anne says, “Mankind is divided, not so much between the sexes as between the living and what are called the dead. It isn’t natural and it isn’t necessary. We can become whole.” The Afterlife Revolution is about the joy of doing just that, and the magnificent new human experience that will unfold as more and more of us learn to live in this way. “It has been observed that belief in the afterlife is really a belief in the undying nature of love. In The Afterlife Revolution, Whitley Strieber gives form, story, and insight to that principle, mapping out in vivid, moving, and persuasive detail his continued communion with his beloved wife Anne. Our generation is passing through a renaissance of near and after-death literature. This memoir forms the gravitational center of that field.” –Mitch Horowitz, PEN Award-winning author of Occult America and One Simple Idea: How Positive Thinking Reshaped Modern Life