My appearance on Coast-to-Coast AM on December 20 and my last journal entry resulted in some ferociously angry email from climate change deniers, as well as some more considered letters. Most of the ‘denier’ email had an element of hysteria about it, which I associate with fear. In fact, it was pitiful, the sound of people shrieking in terror. And why not? Nobody wants this to be true. I certainly don’t. But it is true, and we are facing a great deal of disruption both now, with the superheated summers and the violent winters we are having, and in the future, when things are going to be worse unless we end the false debate and take dramatic action.
The Key–the most popular book we’ve ever published on this website–tells about a prophetic encounter that Whitley Strieber had with a stranger in a hotel room. It’s been made into a play and is about to be produced as a movie, and it will soon be published by a mainstream publisher, meaning that we need to sell off all remaining original copies of by the end of this year. These copies will become collector’s items in the future, which you will see being offered on places like ebay for high prices, but we are offering them at the regular price right now (including our usual 10% discount for subscribers).
Life on earth may have survived a global freeze that occurred 700 million years ago. Researchers have found evidence in Australia that tiny microorganisms lived despite fierce cold and turbulent seas (so maybe we’ll survive too?) turbulent seas still raged during the period, where micro-organisms may have clung on for life, despite the fact that most life perished. In other words, it was a Superstorm!