Starting in December of last year, the US Department of Defense began officially releasing video of UFO encounters recorded by fighter pilots on advanced imaging devices of various kinds. As soon as it started to happen, I wondered if the terror I experienced in the years after I published Communion would return and sure enough, that’s exactly what seems to have happened.
I am not talking about terror having to do with the visitors. I’ve long since made an accommodation with them. While I wouldn’t deny that they have done things that are terrifying, including to me, my life with them is not like that now. I stuck with it and gradually came to what I have now, which is useful to me on many, many different levels.
No, I am talking about the attacks on me and the oppression of me that was carried out with an official locomotion. I have increasing evidence that it has started again, and this time I intend to speak out about it.
First, of course, there’s this website, which is being constantly damaged and degraded in many subtle ways by somebody who can enter it undetected. There are only two possibilities here: somebody from my service provider is responsible or somebody with a high level of hacking skill is doing it. The reason I say this is that it is protected by one of the most sophisticated firewalls on the market. To enter it, you need either to already be behind that firewall or you need to be able to circumvent it. (No credit card information is kept on the site. It’s not about stealing anything. It’s about making things not work right, in order to frustrate users.)
Now, today, I got some very chilling information. I was recently invited to be on Gaia TV by one of the hosts. I agreed. But then a day later, the producer called me and told me I wasn’t wanted. I wondered why not. I have been led to believe that word came down from the top that "Whitley has been known to tell tall tales." That exact phrase, and that is what has frightened me so much.
The reason is that this precise phrase, word for word, was used by men claiming to be federal officials who visited my doctor right after Communion was published and my film agent. The men claimed to be FBI agents, but who knows what they really were. One of my doctor’s nurses told me that they had demanded my medical records and had said that "Whitley tells tall tales and we need to find out if there’s anything wrong with him." According to the agent’s assistant, he was told that "Whitley tells tall tales and it would be unpatriotic and harmful to the country to set up Communion as a film."
What is so infuriating about this is that I do have a sense of fun. I’ve told plenty of Texas-style tall tales in my life. I learned how to partake of this time-honored tradition at my father’s knee. But I would never tell such a tale about the close encounter experience. Never! It is something that is going to resonate through human history, for God’s sake. I would never, ever tell any story about my experiences that I did not believe to be true, and when I’m not sure, as was the case, for example, with much of the material in the Secret School, I have been careful to say so.
I don’t know if the doctor gave those creeps my records or not, but I do know that the agent gave the project to only one producer. He had just released a film called Ishtar, which was an infamous bomb, and had already been let go when I was sent in to talk to him about Communion. It ended up being produced independently and given a tiny, almost perfunctory release.
And now I hear this same precise phrase, allegedly from Gaia TV. What is so infuriating to me about it is that they have many guests and hosts on who make unusual claims without offering evidence, and my story is among the best and most carefully documented cases of the unexplained in history.
Just to reiterate, I have deposited in the public record medical and psychological tests, lie detector tests and a host of witness testimony in support of my claims. Ed Conroy, with Report on Communion, has left in the record an extremely detailed analysis of virtually every claim I made in Communion, supporting me.
In fact, in all the modern literature of the unexplained, I don’t think that there is another case that even comes close to the level of documentation I offer, or the consistency over now more than 30 years of public life.
As most of you know, I have a functioning implant in my left ear. I use it all the time and I’m glad it’s there. I am, in fact, provably in touch with the visitors and not only that, with visitors who DO have our best interests at heart. Whether they all do or not I cannot know, but I have had these people in my life for at least 30 years and probably more, and I am not only still here, I have been given some truly marvelous insights and had some phenomenal experiences, and I can only hope that the circle will widen.
I’ve been a sort of test bed. Can a human brain accommodate hyperdimensional perceptions? How far are we able to go? I am living proof that we can go very damn far indeed, that, in fact, we have the potential to become a much more potent species at every level than we are now.
And how does the government react? They come face to face with one of the few instances in history that a human being has provably broken through to a higher level of being, proving that we are capable of a glorious future beyond imagination. And what is their response? "Whitley has been known to tell tall tales." Thank you air force or CIA or whoever you are. Thank you, Gaia TV.
What is so maddening and so awful is that I cannot know anything for sure about any of this. But the repetition is very disturbing.