- Note - Whitley Strieber has now become
the latest high profile figure to switch over and begin to bring forth
the concept that we have crossed the line as a species and have destroyed
our nest. Dr. Joseph Chiappalone, MD, has been proferring this view for
many years both in print and on this program as a guest. The response
to his information has been profoundly supportive from the masses who have
sensed we have 'blown it.' Self-described "Prophets" like Gordon
Michael Scallion, Ed Dames, and others have picked up on this message and
have been reflecting it in their 'vision' predictions of doom and gloom.
The remarkable scientist Adam Tromble has been saying the point of no
return in the destruction of the planet occurred at least 14 years ago.
The following is printed and reproduced from Whitley's Journal...
- It had been twenty months since my last
encounter. When we lost our cabin in upstate New York, my thrilling life
of weekly and even daily encounters ended. In the years in the little condo
in Texas-- hard years of poverty and struggling to make ends meet-- I had
only two encounters. For the whole first year, I would meditate night after
night. I grew angry, I became bereft. I would wake myself and my wife up
crying in my sleep.
- Then I pulled myself together and went
on with my work. I have understood that I am a soldier in a fearsome war,
the war for the human soul. Because I am on the side of the good and the
free, it is my destiny to be despised, persecuted and hated. But every
brutal act against me is actually a medal of honor pinned to my chest.
Realizing this, understanding it, has made me also understand why one of
the visitors once called me "the luckiest of the lucky."
- I had completely given up the idea of
ever having another encounter when I had the best, the most incredible,
the most stupendous encounter of my life. It was truly a marvel, and it
has left me in a kind of spiritual whirlwind. What an extraordinary event.
- I was in a hotel room in Toronto, on
the very last night of my Confirmation author tour when I was awakened
at three a.m. by a knock at the door. Absurdly, I leaped out of bed thinking
that I had fallen asleep and left the room service waiter at the door!
I rushed over yelling, "I'm terribly sorry."
- When I threw the door open, a man in
a dark colored suit came hurrying in. He was short-- maybe four and a half
feet tall-- and had a rather pointed face. But he was a man, a human being,
by anything that I could see. I rushed along behind him, totally astonished.
I was completely normal. No altered state.
- We talked for about half an hour. When
I asked him where he was from, he said, "Toronto." I asked him
if he was a human being. He said that he was, but that he did not pay taxes.
I asked him if he had ever lived off planet. He said that there is a higher
world, and we can sometimes gain the right to enter it in life.
- Gently, he told me that our world is
"irretrievably lost." He said, "the ones to whom you pay
your taxes will be dragged in the streets before this suffering is ended."
What suffering? "You will see the signs in fire. Your planet's life
has turned a turning in its path. There will be a great extinction here."
- Every word he uttered contained whole
vast oceans of other words and meanings that came flying into my mind as
he spoke. I grabbed a yellow pad and took notes.
- I asked if the visitors would intervene.
No. If they would take anybody off the planet. He only stared silently
at me. His face seemed-- hungry? Sad? I really do not know how to interpret
- There emerged an incredible promise:
that an ancient path would again emerge. And suddenly I knew who this man
was. Since I met one of them in 1971, I have known that there was an incredible
secret group in this world, who knew the true path of the human soul. He
told me then I would one day play a part in inducing this hidden path to
resurface. He taught it to me, and I committed it to memory. I asked what
I should do with it? He only shook his head.
- I met this man on a path in Central Park.
I was an innocent young man, just 27 and newly married.
- Just before he left, the man in Toronto
had me drink a fluid. He reminded me that I had taken this same drink as
a child. He said that it contained the structures of my life, up until
that night. He was here to give me the second cup, which would contain
everything from June 6 until my death. He told me when and how I am to
die, but he also said, "if you value your sanity, you will never utter
this." I can certainly see that. But I sense the truth of what he
said, and I think that I have gained the peace of a dying man.
- I have also gained a mission: our world
is going to go through a time of great agony. I can tell you this: many
of the people who now hold sway over us are going to end up despised by
a thousand future generations. Their names will echo in the ages as the
names of the blackest demons of hell.
- At the same time, there is going to be
a path found through the maelstrom, and the ones on the path will bear
children, and the children will survive, and mankind will go on. But barely.
- He told me what would happen, and told
me each sign to watch for. Horrifically and incredibly, two of the signs
occurred within a month of the meeting: "great fires" and a "plague
of cold water in the western sea."
- I came home from my author tour to a
city blanketed in smoke from the huge fires that swept southern Mexico
and Central America. Then I discovered that the strongest La Nina on record
was literally killing sea life in the Pacific with cold water.
- But I also learned what this means for
the future, and what we can and must do to save some part of our species
as we slide into the chaos that is coming.
- I have always been too arrogant to believe
in the coming of "the millennium." I have always fallen back
on elegant theories about a "change of mind" masquerading as
visions of coming doom.
- He did not give me visions. He read me
chapter and verse. And then he gave me to understand all the missing pieces
in the magnificent story about the hidden path that I was shown in 1971.
- So my next, and quite possibly last,
book will be based on this encounter. As soon as I finish "The Edge,"
I will start writing it. A book about the hidden meaning of mankind. Oh,
what a meaning we have.