Whitley's Space

New Communion Enigma Interview

Exotica Radio is one of the many new internet radio outlets. I thought their interview with me was excellent. Good questions! You can listen here: http://bit.ly/Hd1378

Wow. Quite striking. I don't think Whitley has pronounced it quite so profoundly before, in that way -- the consequences of life in the time stream. If he has, I missed it completely. Well, of course he has, I'm sure. It's a bit funny that after that, the interviewer immediately goes on about Speer (it's Speer, for cryin' out loud.) Bit of a jarring comedown, hah. Great interview. (It's. SPEER! -- see now? One goes from something amazing down to a trivial pursuit question. Grr)

It bugs me, is what I'm saying. It's annoying and funny. And annoying. Did I say it was annoying? Cos it was. Annoying. Do you suppose he could edit it out. (great interview yes)

A wonderful interview! Thanks for letting all of us experience it.

That link did not work for me. I did google exotica radio and found it:
http://exotica-radio.com/podcast/offplanet-live-03-28-2012-whitley-strie...

Great interview, and with some new information too.

A few days ago I watched a DVD of an old 'X-Files' episode entitled, 'Jose Chung's 'From Outer Space'. This classic episode is a real hoot, and quite funny to watch. However, on another level, this episode captured the extreme weirdness of the Visitor experience in a way not unlike this interview with Whitley.

Keep the warmth, candor, honesty, and humor coming...You keep us sane. :-)

I read the book and have heard most of your encounters before,mostly due to your podcasts.One thing that fascinates me a lot as i've heard you talk about it before was the ability of one of your mentors to shift from one point to another instantly but you have never revealed the method he had mastered to do it.
Meditation????

What a great interview. I loved your book, but listening to this really brought it home for me. Many thanks.

What a great interview. I loved your book, but listening to this really brought it home for me. Many thanks.

What a great interview. I loved your book, but listening to this really brought it home for me. Many thanks.