A New World, published on Friday in paperback and Kindle formats, is getting great reviews on Amazon.com and is listed as the #1 Bestseller in the UFO Category. The book describes the wealth of new close encounter experiences Whitley has had since 2015 and especially since February of 2016 when,read more

It’s summer in the Northern Hemisphere, for many a time to seek rest, relaxation and a good book. The good news is that finding the time to sit and read could actually result in positive physical changes to our brains.

A recent study indicated that reading a novel caused long-lasting alterations in the resting-state connectivity of the brain.

“Stories shape our lives and in some cases help define a person,” commented neuroscientist Gregory Berns, lead author of the study and the director of Emory University’s Center for Neuropolicy. “We want to understand how stories get into your brain, and what they do to it.”
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Dr. Mark Gray and William Henry tell about the new book they have written together, “Freedom’s Gate,” a stunner that blows the lid off the secrets that are hidden in the U.S. Capitol and are the true power behind the United States, a power that has been profoundly corrupted and urgently needs to be retaken by the people.

Don’t miss this inspiring and powerful show about REAL freedom and REAL liberty and what they meant to the Founding Fathers–and certainly DO NOT mean to the greed ridden politicians of our era.

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Just fifty years ago, on February 20, 1954, President Dwight Eisenhower mysteriously disappeared. At first, the Associated Press even released a story that he had died. A few minutes later, it was changed to a visit to the dentist. But that story wasn’t true. Not even the dentist he allegedly visited would say he’d actually been there, and there is no record of the visit in the Eisenhower Library. In 1999, Whitley Strieber wrote a 43 page outline of a possible work of speculative fiction about what happened. Strong publisher prejudice against the UFO subject meant that the novel was never bought by a publishing house, but the outline remains as a gripping study of what might have been.read more