Anne’s Diary: God as a Mathematical Formula

December 7, 2005
This coming weekend, in a subscriber interview with Gary Schwartz, the author of The Afterlife Experiments and the upcoming book The G.O.D. Experiments, I discuss my near death vision of God as a mathematical formula. While I have never written... continued

Anne’s Diary: You Must Live Out of Love

November 3, 2005
On the anniversary of my burst aneurysm in October of 2004, many people have asked me what I've learned. I've written about this extensively in many of my earlier diaries, but I thought I'd sum it up here. You might... continued

My Adventures With the Green Man

October 20, 2005
It's been just a little over a year since October 16, 2004, when an aneurysm suddenly burst inside my head and I was rushed to the hospital. Whitley and my son Andrew, who were constantly by my side, were told... continued


September 28, 2005
The science service Newswise reports that scientists across the nation are enraged at Bush's recent statement that the mainstream scientific theory of evolution should be presented side-by-side with the competing doctrine of intelligent design. In the September 17-23 issue of... continued

Dear Curmudgeon

September 8, 2005
While scheduling James Kunstler's Dreamland interview, he and Anne began an email correspondence. Excerpts are below: Kunstler: Of course I am familiar with Whitley's books about alien encounters. It is a rather disturbing set of experiences. I hope he is... continued

An Amazing Experience

August 20, 2005
We just had a classic LA experience: We went to a screening on the Warner Brothers studio lot. This is the kind of experience that makes you feel like a movie biz "insider"? especially if you're not. But here's the... continued

My Personal Ice Age

July 4, 2005
After my stroke in October, I was afraid I had brain damage. But I found out that things aren't always what they seem, that I needed to learn to look a little deeper. At first I couldn't find things. When... continued

Moving On

June 14, 2005
Whitley and I are moving, and while packing and sorting through years of acquired items is sheer hell, it's something everyone should do more often. First, you find so many wonderful memories, such as letters from a son away at... continued

Starting Over

May 19, 2005
It's not often that you get a chance to start life over, especially not after you reach a "certain age." But Whitley and I are doing it, and it's exciting! After my recent brain hemorrhage, I started over in a... continued

Sickness: The Unwanted Gift

April 24, 2005
I've been talking recently to a friend who survived breast cancer. Those of you who visit regularly know that I survived a potentially lethal brain hemorrhage in October, and spent about 6 weeks in the I.C.U. of a nearby... continued