Whitley Strieber and Jimmy Church have been friends for many years, and in this interview–more of a discussion between two colleagues–they get deeply into questions such as the quest to get aliens who Anjali Shultz believes have a hidden base in the Mojave desert to appear on video with a team of researchers. Will it happen, as she has suggested, before the end of 2021? Jimmy did a searching interview with her on Fade To Black, and he has a lot to say about this subject for sure.
Then, in the third half hour, they get into the unwillingness of people like Lue Elizondo to have anything to do with close encounter witnesses. Whitley expresses anger that the close encounter community is apparently thought of behind closed doors as gaggle of crazy people, and that the spiritual quest that is at the heart of contact for so many is dismissed as “the woo factor.”
He reminds us all of the warning that appeared in the much debunked but still real Crabwood crop formation in 2002: “Beware the bearers of false gifts and their broken promises.” The gifts remain hidden behind a wall of secrecy. Should the public really trust people coming out from behind that wall to offer leadership? Listen as Jimmy and Whitley explore this critically important question.
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