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Over Thanksgiving we present a great show from our archive for our free Dreamland listeners and an exclusive vintage Dreamland from October of 2002 for our subscribers. The vintage Dreamland is not present in our archive.

For free Dreamlanders, we offer Anne Strieber in one of her legendary “Contactee” interviews talking with contactee “Gary.” Cases where the visitors have carried out an extraordinary cure of a sickness are extremely rare, but ‘Gary’ describes one of the very few documented cases in existence–his own. Listen as he tells the astonishing story of what happened when he was lying on a gurney on his way into surgery–in a room full of people–and the visitors showed up. And wait until you find out WHY. Anne Strieber’s contactee interviews are memorable glimpses into a hidden reality that is full of wonder and danger and mystery–and this is one of the most extraordinary she ever did.

For our subscribers we add a vintage Dreamland, Cloak of the Illuminati with William Henry and Whitley Strieber from October 16, 2002. In this exciting show, William lays out his findings about a mysterious cloak of power that was known in ancient times and used by those involved in ascension while still alive and part of the physical world. An all-time great!

William’s website is

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  1. Happy Thanksgiving to all my
    Happy Thanksgiving to all my American friends. The United States of America is a fabulous country that you have good reason to be proud of and thankful for.

    My life became a much deeper, more reasonant experience, rich with meaning and insight thanks to the work of Anne and Whitley Strieber, the Unknown Country team, William Henry and so many other American authors (many of them native American).

    Thank you for the open minded vision and refreshing outlook that your national mindset encourages. It helps we crusty conservative Europeans keep on trucking…


  2. Anne, so very nice to hear
    Anne, so very nice to hear your voice.

    Whitley and William Henry, thank you for giving subscribers the opportunity to revisit this spectacular interview.

  3. On another subject, it would
    On another subject, it would be really great if you could put the “Living Mystery Symposium” on some kind of video that for a fee could be streamed by those of us who can’t get to the symposium. There is a group called “Streaming for the Soul” which video records symposiums and then makes the videos available online for a fee.. They might be able to help.

  4. Love the little bit longer
    Love the little bit longer music in the original shows. Adds a sense of stepping into a different space…. 🙂

  5. Cool show. A few parts I
    Cool show. A few parts I think I needed to hear at this time. Thanks!

  6. Loved this show. Can anyone
    Loved this show. Can anyone tell me what was the music used in some parts of this? The classical parts were great for setting the mood.

    Keep up the great work, Whitley and team!

  7. Just became a new subscriber
    Just became a new subscriber this evening and so glad I did. Had read so much over the years about Anne Strieber and the quality of person she was and is. It was enjoyable and refreshing to hear, for the first time, what she sounded like. Such a vibrant and youthful voice. I could feel her beautiful spirit and appreciated the way she brought out the richness of the person she was interviewing. Gary’s experience gave me the feeling that our true nature really is as multi-dimensional beings and reinforced for me the importance of a heart-centered approach to overcoming fear of our larger selves and who may be out there waiting for us to grow out of our shells.

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