Whitley's Journal
Sunday, June 27, 2004
The outing of Valerie Plame in the column of Robert Novak has now led to the resignation of Jim Pavitt from the CIA. Mr. Pavitt was Valerie Plame?s superior. His work has been devastated by this catastrophic security leak, and he has apparently chosen to resign as a result. The announcement of his retirement is the tip of an iceberg of...
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Friday, May 28, 2004
We went to the premiere of the Day After Tomorrow with Art and Ramona earlier this week. It was a fabulous event, with the whole front of the Museum of Natural History turned into an arctic waste via the use of artificial snow. The premiere was packed with celebrities, including the stars of the movie and many others. The film itself is a...
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Tuesday, May 4, 2004
In January of 2003, I published a journal entry on this website in support of going to war against Saddam Hussein. The reason I offered then is even more valid now than it was then. It is that the west needs at least one substantial, proven and stable source of oil outside of its own borders. The stakes are not small: we need this to survive...
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Saturday, April 24, 2004
As the currents in the world?s oceans show signs of slowing and the initial phases of sudden climate change become noticeable across the planet, ?The Day After Tomorrow,? the mega-movie inspired by The Coming Global Superstorm is due to hit the screens on May 28.
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Wednesday, April 14, 2004
In March of 1997, the Phoenix Lights burst onto the public stage, stunning the city, the country and eventually the world. What was not then known was that a noted local physician, Dr. Lynne Kitei, had been interacting with them for months. In fact, Dr. Lynne's interest and her deeply positive personal orientation--her spirit of giving and...
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Tuesday, April 6, 2004
Nowadays, faith is a loaded word. But when hasn?t that been true? People have been getting themselves killed for one faith or another since earliest times. In ancient Rome, the emperor Nero lit the Vatican Gardens with torches made of Christians dipped in tar. During the middle ages, the Inquisition burned Cathars, Jews, witches and just...
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Friday, March 12, 2004
As evening fell last February 16, we were driving across west Texas toward San Antonio, still about four hundred miles out. We were at a point where we could stay on IH-10 or turn off and take the old road, Highway 90, into the city. At that point, a sequence of events began that would end with a close encounter experience, or rather, a...
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Tuesday, January 27, 2004
The greatest environmental catastrophe in recorded history is now unfolding. The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute has announced that the North Atlantic Oscillation is failing, and, along with it, the Gulf Stream. The Institute has observed "the largest and most dramatic oceanic change ever measured in the era of modern instruments," in an...
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Sunday, December 7, 2003
The is part two of this journal entry. If you have not yet read part one, please click here. There is a complex process of contact taking place now in three areas: the British Midlands, the east central United States and British Columbia. It may be unfolding elsewhere as well, but these are the three areas from which extensive reports are...
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Wednesday, December 3, 2003
After I had my contact experience in 1985, I began to go out into the woods alone at night to see if there would be a response from the visitors. The initial contact had been pretty awful. I was terrified and beaten up. I was raped, a fact it has taken me nearly twenty years to truly face. But it wasn?t all bad. In fact, it turned into...
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Wednesday, November 5, 2003
The sun is in the most unusual state that has ever been observed. At a time when it should be recording greatly diminished sunspot activity, the most active sunspot ever observed has just finished crossing its face. The largest solar flare ever recorded--by far--exploded out of this sunspot on November 4. This extraordinary event wasn't...
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Thursday, October 16, 2003
Ever since I realized that something strange had happened to me on December 26, 1985, I have held the question open of what that might have been. In Communion, I was careful to preserve this question throughout the book, and I have always stayed loyal to this question, no matter how much pressure I have been under to resolve it in one way or...
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Saturday, October 11, 2003
I have recently had a very complicated and, to me, interesting series of events happen in my life that, I believe, relate to something that has been happening to me since I was a child, and which drew me back to San Antonio in the first place. I would characterize this as a period of heightened awareness, or contact with other levels of...
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Sunday, September 21, 2003
At this moment on this website there are two of the most extraordinary interviews I have ever done. The first is with an abuctee, ?Cynthia,? on Dreamland. The second is with a particle physicist, Beatriz Gato-Rivera, who speculates as brilliantly about the ?alien problem? as any scientist ever has.
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Thursday, August 28, 2003
This journal entry is going to confuse people who see good and evil in terms of black and white, and who think that I am either a "believer" that the visitors are good or a "believer" that they are bad. I am not a believer, I'm a dancer, in the sense meant in the Tarot. Those of you who have not read my book the Path may not understand what I...
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Saturday, August 16, 2003
On July 12, I wrote in this journal: ?So far, there has been a fairly high level of UFO activity worldwide, and some events involving the crop circle phenomenon suggest that there will be a window of opportunity for communication between August 11 and August 24.? Recently, I have been receiving emails deriding me for claiming that aliens...
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Monday, August 11, 2003
Today is August 11, 2003, and it was 96 F in Paris, 93 F in Rome, and this is coming down off record heat that reached as high as 101 in London and 103 in Paris over the last few days. There are fires burning in eleven European countries, and this morning the Pope offered prayers pleading for relief. Meanwhile, water temperatures off the US...
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Sunday, August 3, 2003
An astronomer has calculated that there are 70 sextillion stars in the universe. That?s a seven followed by 22 zeros. It looks like this: 70,000,000,000,000,000,000,000. That?s SIX stars for every grain of sand on earth. And that?s just the visible, known universe. It does not include parallel universes, which scientists are increasingly...
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Saturday, July 12, 2003
A note added July 24, 2003: This has been an exceptionally controversial journal entry, largely due to the fact that people are unaware of the scientific basis of certain of my statements. I have provided this background elsewhere, but I will provide it again: Sudden Climate Change. Also, from the Atlanti c Monthly. There have been dozens of...
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Friday, June 6, 2003
Last October I published a journal entry that asked the question, ?will 2003 be the year of the alien?? I asked this question for a number of reasons, the chief one of which was that Mars is going to make its closest approach to earth in over 70,000 years this summer, and Mars oppositions have in the past usually been periods of peak UFO...
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Sunday, April 27, 2003
There is no Planet X--not at least, in the apocalypse- producing form that has been claimed for the past few years. Nancy Leider, the voice of Zeta-Talk, has been saying for some time that this mythical monster was going to make a close pass on May 15, and wreak holy hell on earth. From her remarks on Coast to Coast AM on Friday, April 25,...
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Saturday, April 12, 2003
This journal entry was originally posted on April 8. A few days later, I received some emails asking why I had deleted it. I did not realize that I had done this. I've revised it slightly to reflect the changing situation in Iraq, but the warning it contains is, if anything, even more valid now than it was before the fall of Baghdad. The...
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Monday, March 31, 2003
Sudden Acute Respiratory Distress has reached Houston. Presumably it will be in San Antonio soon. Because of scarring to my lungs when I was young, I am apt to be very seriously threatened by this illness, so it is a matter of great concern for me. We have stopped going to parties, movies, anything that involves a gathering. I won?t say that...
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Friday, March 14, 2003
In recent years, I have had a number of childhood memories emerge that disturb me very much. These memories are like the memories of many other people. And I have also found, buried in some old news stories, startling corroboration for one of them. I have also found, in our society, an institution that was created by two accused child abusers...
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Thursday, February 13, 2003
Anne and I are giving each other Valentines via our journals. I won't know what she's written until she posts her new diary, and she won't know what I've written until she sees this journal on the site. Anne, even though we've been married 32 years, this Valentine's message feels as fresh and wonderful as the first Valentine I ever gave you....
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Monday, February 10, 2003
Last night I read a document that turned my blood to ice. The document I am referring to was created by John Ashcroft last month and presently exists in draft form. It is called the Domestic Security Enhancement Act of 2003. It has thus far been given to only two members of congress that I know of, the Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert, and...
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Tuesday, February 4, 2003
There is tremendous worldwide sorrow over the loss of the seven astronauts aboard the space shuttle. It's much greater than the sadness that would attend the loss of a 747 with 350 people aboard. There is a reason for this, and it is a good one: our astronauts are at the leading edge of human endeavour. They are carefully chosen for their...
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Sunday, January 19, 2003
The World in Evening Light Our world is not going to remain as it is now for very long. Sudden climate change is already in its early stages, and could accelerate dramatically at any time. Even more astounding, scientists are concerned that the earth?s magnetic poles have begun to shift. Last week the Superstorm Quickwatch on this website...
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Friday, January 10, 2003
UPDATE: This journal entry was posted before I was aware of the fact that the Bush Administration was lying about Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction, and about the fact that it actually had no plan of governance for postwar Iraq.
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Friday, December 20, 2002
Taken was one of the most popular programs ever aired on the Science Fiction channel. It depicted an attempt at alien contact that failed due to a wrong-headed and violent human response. In the end, the beautiful young girl who was part human and part alien had to return to the alien world because we were just not capable of handling a...
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