- Writer and 'experiencer' Whitley Strieber, author of
'Communion' and now 'The Key' states boldly in a transcript found at his
website (www.unknowncountry.com) that his extra-terrestrial (or are they?)
informers (who have appeared to him and imparted knowledge and information
for his book) that the Holocaust clipped the wings of human evolution by
preventing the birth of a special Jew who would have the knowledge of anti-gravity,
allowing us to leave earth "in large numbers" -- an apparent
necessity. Once again we see the familiar implication of Jewish superiority
as a paradigm, even the very pivot of destiny, only this time snuggled
in with Striebers own validation of the present invasion and war in Iraq,
"This is why, a few months ago, I wrote in my Journal on unknowncountry.com,
that we should intervene in Iraq."
- Strieber's strange contact, a small old man, abruptly
entered his hotel room and began shoveling information at him...
- "... the Holocaust was the most important event
in the past 2,000 years. You were meant to have acquired the ability to
leave the planet by now, but you are still trapped here."
- "This is of absolutely fundamental importance, because
the Earth will soon be unable to support you, and yet you will not be able
to leave. This is because of the Holocaust. The destruction of six million
may well lead to the destruction of six billion, so it is the most important
event, by far, of the Age."
- Next, I asked him, "Why has the Holocaust prevented
us from leaving the planet?"
- And he said, "The Holocaust reduced the intelligence
of the human species by killing too many of its most intellectually competent
members. It is why you are still using jets 75 years after their invention.
The understanding of gravity is denied you because of the absence of the
child of a murdered Jewish couple. This child would have unlocked the secret
of gravity, but he was not born. Because his parents went, the whole species
must stay. In other words, we were tested. World War II was a test: Would
we tolerate Hitler, or would we not? And we did. In 1937, '38 and '39,
the world had many opportunities to overthrow Adolf Hitler, and we did
not do that. We elected not to intervene in the actions of a sovereign
state, and so therefore condemned our species to becoming trapped on the
Earth, at a time when we must find a way out; we must."
- Considering the "contacts" rather questionable
information on the number of Holocaust dead, shouldn't that impart a considerable
amount of doubt as to the veracity of everything else he has to say???
- transcript URL http://www.unknowncountry.com/transcripts.phtml
- see 6-May-2003: The Key
- Whitley's Holocaust Brain Drain Information
- From Mark Urban
- It is my deeply held belief that the society that gave
us the Antikythra device over two millenia ago should have been flying
jets fifteen hundred years ago.
- If the Vimanas in the ancient sanskrit texts really existed,
then we have been traversing a backwards path in intellectual achievement
for quite some time.
- For Whitley Strieber to tell us that we are doomed because
the holocaust wiped out the european jewish intellectual ferment that would
have given us antigravity is just more of that good old mind control coming
to his forebrain as his need to publish and sell some books expresses itself
- A while back, somebody had written that the reason the
"visitors" are taking our genetic material is to make hybrids
who will replace us on earth - this is not a new concept, especially to
anybody who can remember that famous 1950s sci-fi movie in which Kevin
Kennedy frantically runs into busy city traffic warning the world about
the "peapod" people.
- Now Whitley is remembering that those anal probes he
mentioned in COMMUNION were in reality part of a process in which his sperm
- Will Whitley ultimately prove to be to Ufology what Carlos
Casteneda was to anthropology? I hope not. I think Strieber is a genuinely
nice person; however, I also believe he has been the unwitting subject
of some major league mind control.
- Whitley must address what the Nazis were doing with antigravity
towards the end of WWII, specifically, the work of the Horton brothers;
and then there's all that material put out by Edgar Rothschild Fouche about
the "TR3" antigravity craft. In addition, it has always been
safe to assume that true technological advances are kept under wraps until
those in control either find a way to exploit them at a profit, or the
grass roots level of adaptation has overwhealmed the system of repression.
In any event, Nikola Tesla was transmitting wireless electricity over great
distances about a century ago; JP Morgan pulled his funding when he realized
there was no way to meter electrical usage with Tesla's breakthrough -
just last week I read about all the oohs! and ahhs! over an innovation
in which an unmanned plane will be powered in its flight by lasers that
will eliminate the need for the craft to "refuel" - that is very
old news indeed, in fact, Tesla must be saying "Been there; done that"
to his buddies in the afterlife.
- Is Whitley just trying to stay on the crest of the ufological
- Remember A Canticle for Liebowitz from high school days?
Progress, as far as I can tell, appears to cyclical in nature.
- There genuinely is nothing new under the sun, and I doubt
very seriously that the hundreth monkey who would have made the antigravity
breakthrough was the victim of some of that zyklon B John Paul II was selling
in his younger days in WWII Poland.
- The again, maybe Whitley is planning a trip to the Holy
Land and wants to establish his zionist bona fides.
- Mark Urban
- From Susan Ferguson
- I just wanted to personally thank who ever wrote the
piece on Strieber. I have been waiting and wondering for years.
- Your website info is getting better and better. Truly
a light on this sad planet.
- Thank you,
- Whitley Streiber And The Bad News Jews
- From Tom Dark
- Hasn't it occurred to anyone that Whitley Streiber is
possibly just a garden-variety schizophrenic? Why not? Is it impossible
to notice a garden-variety schizophrenic when his IQ is a notch or two
above common? Or does he have powerful, sinister publishers who have dragged
away dissenting psychologists in the dead of night, warning any others
who would point out the same?
- It isn't that extraterrestrial beings, who have consciousness
and intellects resembling our own (or better) don't exist. It's that people
like Whitley Streiber wouldn't recognize a real one if it pooped under
his bed. And we assume that any extraterrestrials with technology to travel
here must necessarily have remarkable intelligence, why would such remarkable
intelligence prefer to hobnob with Whitley Streiber?
- There are thousands or millions or god knows how many
plain, ordinary schizophrenics walking the planet. One meets some babbling
on the street, and notices that even those often tend to get along fair
and well, all considered. There are those who may work in your office who
keep their schizophrenic worlds to themselves, and get along just fine,
even better. Usually.
- Then there are the loudmouths who preach about impossible
worlds that they claim to see, full of eternal punishment or eternal "life,"
who are usually called "preachers." They're as nutty as those
babbling sweet nonsense from street corners, frightening far fewer people
and getting people into far less trouble.
- We forget too soon that once upon a time... not much
more than a hundred years ago, this planet was saturated with story tellers
who transfixed people with fake and exaggerated tales about distant lands.
That's because they couldn't be proven wrong. Some of these story tellers
were frauds and some were innocently crazy. I imagine Whitley Streiber
is a mix of both. I don't find his stories very interesting. They seem
largely to be personal metaphors and allegories for personal problems that
he hasn't worked out for himself -- set in terms of strange beings from
- But that story of the "little old man" telling
him how we're doomed because this kid who understood "anti-gravity"
didn't get born is just silly.
- Tom Dark