In 1998, Whitley Strieber had never heard of global warming, but the Master of the Key burst into his hotel room in Toronto and told him all about it (The NEW, revised edition of The Key, with a foreword that talks about how many of his statements later turned out to be true, will be in bookstores May 12). One of the results of climate change is sea level rise.
The Key–the most popular book we’ve ever published on this website–tells about a prophetic encounter that Whitley Strieber had with a stranger in a hotel room. It’s been made into a play and is about to be produced as a movie, and it will soon be published by a mainstream publisher, meaning that we need to sell off all remaining original copies of by the end of this year. These copies will become collector’s items in the future, which you will see being offered on places like ebay for high prices, but we are offering them at the regular price right now (including our usual 10% discount for subscribers).
“Mankind is trapped. I want to help you spring the trap.””The veil between the worlds can fall. The undiscovered country can become your backyard.””Your destiny, each of you, is to become all of God.”Find out who said these provocative words and first alerted Whitley to the facts about global warming, which he then wrote about in his book which became the hit film The Day After Tomorrow.
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An extraordinary world weather situation has developed, withunusually harsh winter weather stretching from central Asiaacross Europe and into North America, as well as floodingacross central Africa. At the same time that extreme cold istaking place in Asia, unprecedented midwinter tornadoes havestruck western Canada and the U.S. Midwest, due to thesudden appearance ofpockets of abnormally high temperatures.There is growingevidence that the unusual weather may be the harbinger ofeven more severe climate change.