Looking Back, Looking Forward: What I Fear, What I Love

January 3, 2022
My first entry into this journal was on January 12, 1998, 24 years ago. It was called "What I Believe," and looking back at it, I still believe those things today. Since those days, Unknowncountry has grown both in terms... continued

The Coming of the Visitors?

December 28, 2021
Every year that passes, we come closer to an admission by our authorities that the visitors are real. In 2022, we are closer than ever. But please never forget this basic fact: they control the degree to which they are... continued

The New Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

September 2, 2021
I am sometimes asked how I predicted the collapse of the climate so accurately. My answer is simple: I didn’t deny reality. Now, as I watch the horrific fires in Siberia and the Pacific Northwest, the devastating floods in Europe,... continued

Another Visit to the Mirror Universe

August 2, 2021
Over the weekend of July 25-26 I traveled to South Dakota for the final edition of Mia Feroleto’s Consciousness and Contact conference. It was held in Wasta, SD, some distance from the Pine Ridge Lakota Sioux reservation where I had... continued

What’s the Big Deal? The Pentagon Admitted UFOs were “Not of This World” 74 Years Ago

June 4, 2021
Much of the media and the government are acting as if the UFO phenomenon started in 2004. Therefore, the idea that the objects that have been observed by Naval pilots might be man made technology of some sort actually seems... continued

A War Warning

April 7, 2021
There is a possibility that Russia is going to invade Ukraine and China invade Taiwan at more or less the same time, and even that the two attacks might be coordinated in order to increase their chances of success.  This... continued

The Age of Superstorms is Here

March 2, 2021
I know of few human experiences worse than being right about great tragedy. But that is my situation. From the moment Matt Lauer scorned Superstorm on the Today Show in 1999, I have been watching a world drift toward its... continued

A Funny Valentine from Anne

February 13, 2021
Valentine's Day is always a big one in my life. I've got a lot of people to love. Anne felt the same, and many times we traded Valentine's messages between Whitley's Journal and Anne's Diary. Last week, I was in... continued

How the American Republic Worked, and Can Work Again

January 7, 2021
At a time when we have come close to losing our republic and with it our freedom, it is important to remember why it has lasted as long as it has. This is because the American two party system is... continued

Things to Come in ’21: Why to Worry, Why to Hope

December 26, 2020
What's to say about 2020 except that the pandemic and a world of political upheavals distracted us from the ongoing environmental crisis? However, a few things DID happen that are worth remembering and perhaps are setting 2021 up to be... continued