Have Megalith, Will Travel: Stonehenge May Have Been Relocated From Wales Nearly 5,000 Years Ago

February 24, 2021
It would appear that Stonehenge was built about 400 years earlier than originally estimated—albeit on a site in western Wales, 225 kilometers (140 miles) from Wiltshire, England, where the iconic megalithic formation stands today. When Stonehenge was first erected sometime... continued

Declassified Army Document Explores the Mechanics of Remote Viewing and OBEs

February 22, 2021
    A 1983 US Army document that examines the mechanics behind phenomena such as remote viewing and out of body travel has resurfaced. The analysis is in regards to the techniques taught by the Gateway Experience program offered by... continued

US Weather Catastrophe: Why is It So-o-o Cold?

February 20, 2021
Doesn't global warming mean no more winter? If so, then why is the Northern Hemisphere having such a cold one? The answer lies in part in the nature of global warming, and may in part in the effect of a... continued

A Diverse Fleet of Probes From Earth Has Assembled in Mars Orbit

February 18, 2021
[Updated Feb. 19 to reflect Perseverance and Ingenuity's successful landing] Mars became a fair bit busier this month, with no less than three missions—each from a different country—having arrived at the red planet over the past few weeks. The UAE's Al-Amal and... continued

Whitley to Give a Major Talk at the Virtual Conscious Life Expo

February 16, 2021
Whitley will be giving a major talk at the 2021 Conscious Life Expo on Sunday, February 21 at 1:00PM Pacific time. The title of the talk is "What Will Happen to Us" and it covers some major overlooked areas: first,... continued

The Accelerating Rates of Global Ice Melt Topples Scientific Estimates of Earth’s Coming Sea Level Rise

February 15, 2021
A new study has found that scientists may have grossly underestimated the future rate of Earth's sea level rise, in light of the world's ice sheets melting at an accelerated speed. The study's projections agree with the United Nation’s Intergovernmental... continued

Anne Strieber Gives Whitley a Hiliarious Valentine

February 13, 2021
For many years, Whitley and Anne Strieber traded Valentine's between Whitley's Journal and Anne's Diary on this website. Last week, as Whitley walked into a card shop to buy cards for his children and grandchildren, he reports that he sensed... continued

Enjoy a New Recording of the Sound of an Ancient Conch Horn

February 12, 2021
Researchers in France have discovered that an 18,000-year-old conch shell that was found in a cave used by the Magdalenian people of the late Upper Paleolithic was modified by someone to be used as a musical instrument. To test their... continued

Climate Change “May Have Played a Key Role” in the COVID-19 Pandemic

February 9, 2021
A new study says that climate change "may have played a key role" in triggering the COVID-19 pandemic that has gripped the planet for more than a year now. According to the study, global warming has prompted major changes in... continued

A Nearby Star System’s Orbital Resonance Causes Five Exoplanets to Dance

February 5, 2021
Astronomers have discovered a star system that has five—or possibly six—planets that are in 'orbital resonance' with one-another, meaning that the time it takes for any given planet to orbit around its parent star will be a precise multiple (or... continued