As I write this, Houston and Port Arthur, Texas are just beginning the cleanup from one of the most catastrophic storms in history. The damage will exceed even that of Hurricane Katrina. At the same time, torrential rains and flooding from Nepal to India have killed at least a thousand people and caused widespread suffering and economic disruption. Meanwhile, the planet is dotted with tens of thousands of wildfires. There is wildfire even in Greenland.

This is all dreadful news, but made even more so for me personally because I have seen it coming for thirty and more years but have not been able to affect the public debate except indirectly. Instead, the American population has been tricked by profiteers and their paid professional liars into believing that global warming is not happening. The President of the United States has offered the opinion that it’s a Chinese conspiracy and has directed all public-facing entities under the control of his administration to cease to mention global warming and climate change.

This is, to put it bluntly, insane. It amounts to criminal irresponsibility and a fantastic and dangerous abuse of power. What is worse, I know that by writing this I will receive a load of subscription cancellations to this website from people who have chosen out of fear to believe these poisonous lies rather than face the need for planning and preparation. How ironic that, even at this late date, intelligent preparation could prevent so much suffering. For example, ever since Katrina, Houston has been ignoring the threat to its infrastructure and has done little to protect itself. Instead, the city continued to allow development in its wetlands, which are now unable to do the job that nature intended them to do, which was to channel runoff.

As I watch all of this helplessly, I also see Unknowncountry.com being attacked in an effort to reduce its reach and its ability to communicate its message. This is exactly what is done to terrorist websites–they are not taken down, but degraded and their reach compromised.

The method used to harm this site has been to hobble it rather than destroy it outright. Official doctrine involves degrading unwanted internet presences rather than outright destroying them. Unknowncountry’s ability to generate income is what has been attacked. For example, the advertising system has been broken and the ability to record some types of new subscription had been damaged. These are not accidents. They are intentional acts and the sophistication with which they have been done suggests that the perpetrator is either a person with intimate knowledge of the site’s inner workings or someone with unusual access. I cannot know which it is, but it must be one or the other, or, as I fear in my darker moments, perhaps it is both. Perhaps somebody working here has a hidden agenda.

There are people inside the US and British governments who know the truth about me and also therefore know that what appears on this site is going to be truthful and accurate, especially when it comes to matters like climate change. They know that there is nobody with a better predictive resource that can be found right here.

So one must ask the question, why would anybody want to degrade it? It is unique in the world and there are people inside the intelligence infrastructure who know this for certain, and know why it is true. So shouldn’t they want to support it and its mission?

We are at the beginning of a new chapter in the story of Planet Earth. It is going to be a difficult chapter for us, and if we intend to survive and prosper, we are going to have to listen carefully to what nature is telling us. If we continue to live out the fantasy that nature is not telling the story, or telling another story, what lies ahead for us is an era of suffering and impoverishment.

It is a terrible irony that global warming denial essentially rests in a greedy business decision on the part of corporate owners who have the money to buy politicians. This was originally done out of concern for immediate profits–the next quarter, the next fiscal year, and damn the future and the children.

Well, my friends, the future has arrived and the children are not children anymore. They are us.

40 Comments

  1. My thought is that it will
    My thought is that it will take a quick series of weather disasters within the U.S. to create a greater sense of desperation, where people who already believe in man-made climate change will raise their voices even louder, and some of the staunch deniers (usually for their own mental convenience IMO) will at least pause and think, “MAYBE I’ve been wrong about this.” It’s like there’s a critical mass that hasn’t been reached to overcome the dark forces of greed and willful ignorance that Whitley mentioned.

    Of course I’d prefer there were no major disasters at all, but given that we seem to be arriving in the difficult future Whitley’s predicted for years, a little spurt of very unlikely “thousand year storms” over the course of a year of two, while still catastrophic, might at least make a positive difference in changing minds. One of the big problems I see even after a dramatic shift in public opinion is that people want immediate gratification. Like you buy an electric car and change to LED lightbulbs and think the world is going to be sunshine, butterflies, rainbows and bunnies within a year or two. I highly question the ability of most people these days to make a sustained commitment for the rest of their lives to make sacrifices for the future, especially when even the maximum global effort imaginable will still likely see things getting worse than they are now.

  2. My thought is that it will
    My thought is that it will take a quick series of weather disasters within the U.S. to create a greater sense of desperation, where people who already believe in man-made climate change will raise their voices even louder, and some of the staunch deniers (usually for their own mental convenience IMO) will at least pause and think, “MAYBE I’ve been wrong about this.” It’s like there’s a critical mass that hasn’t been reached to overcome the dark forces of greed and willful ignorance that Whitley mentioned.

    Of course I’d prefer there were no major disasters at all, but given that we seem to be arriving in the difficult future Whitley’s predicted for years, a little spurt of very unlikely “thousand year storms” over the course of a year of two, while still catastrophic, might at least make a positive difference in changing minds. One of the big problems I see even after a dramatic shift in public opinion is that people want immediate gratification. Like you buy an electric car and change to LED lightbulbs and think the world is going to be sunshine, butterflies, rainbows and bunnies within a year or two. I highly question the ability of most people these days to make a sustained commitment for the rest of their lives to make sacrifices for the future, especially when even the maximum global effort imaginable will still likely see things getting worse than they are now.

  3. I am glad that everyone is
    I am glad that everyone is now using the more accurate term “climate change” rather than the old “global warming”. The Earth’s climate is changing and that cannot be denied. The exact causes can be debated but the fact that it is changing cannot.
    In my opinion guys like Al Gore did more harm than good by making dire predictions using faulty computer models focusing solely on CO2 and not methane and other sources. Then when these dire predictions didn’t happen WHEN they said they would, the deniers said “SEE it’s all hogwash”. Now, it’s almost too late.

    Whitley (and Art) were at the tip of the spear on this 20 years ago. They talked about it, wrote a book and even had a movie done which convinced some but not enough. I think there are those who want to silence Whitley due to this but mostly because of his work with the Visitors and especially how it relates to the “dead”.
    What would it mean to society if it could be proven that we don’t die rather we continue on in a different form ? What would it mean to a wealthy polluting industrialist if he KNEW that he would pay a steep penalty for his actions when he “died” ? They do not want this info to come out !!

    Remember Whitley the WWII saying “the closer you get to the target, the heavier the flak becomes”.

  4. I am glad that everyone is
    I am glad that everyone is now using the more accurate term “climate change” rather than the old “global warming”. The Earth’s climate is changing and that cannot be denied. The exact causes can be debated but the fact that it is changing cannot.
    In my opinion guys like Al Gore did more harm than good by making dire predictions using faulty computer models focusing solely on CO2 and not methane and other sources. Then when these dire predictions didn’t happen WHEN they said they would, the deniers said “SEE it’s all hogwash”. Now, it’s almost too late.

    Whitley (and Art) were at the tip of the spear on this 20 years ago. They talked about it, wrote a book and even had a movie done which convinced some but not enough. I think there are those who want to silence Whitley due to this but mostly because of his work with the Visitors and especially how it relates to the “dead”.
    What would it mean to society if it could be proven that we don’t die rather we continue on in a different form ? What would it mean to a wealthy polluting industrialist if he KNEW that he would pay a steep penalty for his actions when he “died” ? They do not want this info to come out !!

    Remember Whitley the WWII saying “the closer you get to the target, the heavier the flak becomes”.

  5. True attitude change will
    True attitude change will happen when the government can’t respond anymore due to overload. When people realize that little to no help is coming, then maybe… Unfortunately as pointed out by Whitely the suffering will be extreme. I can vouch for the difficulty in trying to subscribe it took several times over a month to finally make it happen. I’m surprised that many would un-subscribe because they don’t like the message, I’d figure most left a long time ago.

  6. True attitude change will
    True attitude change will happen when the government can’t respond anymore due to overload. When people realize that little to no help is coming, then maybe… Unfortunately as pointed out by Whitely the suffering will be extreme. I can vouch for the difficulty in trying to subscribe it took several times over a month to finally make it happen. I’m surprised that many would un-subscribe because they don’t like the message, I’d figure most left a long time ago.

  7. This instills further a sense
    This instills further a sense of urgency in my own personal path. How much time do I/we have left?

    1. Andy1111: All we have is now.
      Andy1111: All we have is now. That’s our only guarantee. If you feel a since of urgency in this moment, let that be your guide, and don’t worry about what time is ‘left’.

  8. This instills further a sense
    This instills further a sense of urgency in my own personal path. How much time do I/we have left?

    1. Andy1111: All we have is now.
      Andy1111: All we have is now. That’s our only guarantee. If you feel a since of urgency in this moment, let that be your guide, and don’t worry about what time is ‘left’.

  9. I’ll never cancel my
    I’ll never cancel my subscription just because I might disagree with an issue! Too much great info here. Learning a lot. Changed my mind in some instances. Thank you.
    I agree with JimmyPx, “The Earth’s climate is changing and that cannot be denied.” What we do about it is important.
    Sorry to hear that the website is attacked. I have to wonder, if by subscribing and logging in daily, am I opening myself (my computer) to intrusion as well? I hope not!

  10. I’ll never cancel my
    I’ll never cancel my subscription just because I might disagree with an issue! Too much great info here. Learning a lot. Changed my mind in some instances. Thank you.
    I agree with JimmyPx, “The Earth’s climate is changing and that cannot be denied.” What we do about it is important.
    Sorry to hear that the website is attacked. I have to wonder, if by subscribing and logging in daily, am I opening myself (my computer) to intrusion as well? I hope not!

  11. I wonder if Trump and his
    I wonder if Trump and his government know about man-caused climate change, and decided not to admit it due to economic affect or do they truly believe that there is little man-caused climate change and therefore deny it. One is evil and the other is stupid. In any case it’s probably too late.

  12. I wonder if Trump and his
    I wonder if Trump and his government know about man-caused climate change, and decided not to admit it due to economic affect or do they truly believe that there is little man-caused climate change and therefore deny it. One is evil and the other is stupid. In any case it’s probably too late.

  13. I don’t think that any

    I don’t think that any educated person who studies the matter without reference to fake science websites can come away with any other conclusion that global warming is taking place. Calling it climate change is depolarizing, true, but it really does beg the question.

  14. I don’t think that any

    I don’t think that any educated person who studies the matter without reference to fake science websites can come away with any other conclusion that global warming is taking place. Calling it climate change is depolarizing, true, but it really does beg the question.

  15. This may sound like a kooky
    This may sound like a kooky notion on the surface, but I think it all boils down to a basic premise that exists here in this world in which the issue of climate change is just one piece in the overall scheme of things: There are two opposing forces that have been clashing since time immemorial. One is something that we can consider the soul or consciousness that continually seeks more and more freedom to expand in the physical plane in order to experience love, compassion, humility and the like. The other force is based primarily in fear, disguised in the veils of greed, corruption, power, perversion and evil, that will do anything to suppress this force of consciousness. I don’t know why this has to be.

    I would love to know Anne’s take on this from her unique point of view. Is this strictly a human-made construct or is this a common occurrence throughout the universe?

    This reminds me of Whitley’s encounter with the being who lived in a world much like ours but was heavily polluted and suppressed by a totalitarian regime, which led to the complete obliteration of that planet. I remember Whitley’s words: “Not enough freedom? Extinction.”

    I think we are on a similar path, one force fighting for freedom and the other opposing it. Thankfully the Allies won WWII, or else we could have ended up in this dire predicament.

  16. This may sound like a kooky
    This may sound like a kooky notion on the surface, but I think it all boils down to a basic premise that exists here in this world in which the issue of climate change is just one piece in the overall scheme of things: There are two opposing forces that have been clashing since time immemorial. One is something that we can consider the soul or consciousness that continually seeks more and more freedom to expand in the physical plane in order to experience love, compassion, humility and the like. The other force is based primarily in fear, disguised in the veils of greed, corruption, power, perversion and evil, that will do anything to suppress this force of consciousness. I don’t know why this has to be.

    I would love to know Anne’s take on this from her unique point of view. Is this strictly a human-made construct or is this a common occurrence throughout the universe?

    This reminds me of Whitley’s encounter with the being who lived in a world much like ours but was heavily polluted and suppressed by a totalitarian regime, which led to the complete obliteration of that planet. I remember Whitley’s words: “Not enough freedom? Extinction.”

    I think we are on a similar path, one force fighting for freedom and the other opposing it. Thankfully the Allies won WWII, or else we could have ended up in this dire predicament.

  17. “Not enough freedom?
    “Not enough freedom? Extinction.” = “The denial of the right to thrive.”

  18. “Not enough freedom?
    “Not enough freedom? Extinction.” = “The denial of the right to thrive.”

  19. Here’s the latest regarding
    Here’s the latest regarding the environmental and health hazards regarding Hurricane Harvey. This does not even scratch the surface. And a reminder that much of this is overflowing into bays, estuaries, and wildlife refuges…And no one is really talking about the long-term affects on the Gulf of Mexico, which already has some ‘dead’ zones…

    http://digital.olivesoftware.com/Olive/ODN/AustinAmericanStatesman/shared/ShowArticle.aspx?doc=AAS/2017/09/02&entity=Ar00200&sk=0316E4DF

    I would really like to think that perhaps people will sit up and pay attention about what we are doing to this planet, and make needed course corrections and changes. We have started the next chapter. How will the story end?

    Be kind…

  20. Here’s the latest regarding
    Here’s the latest regarding the environmental and health hazards regarding Hurricane Harvey. This does not even scratch the surface. And a reminder that much of this is overflowing into bays, estuaries, and wildlife refuges…And no one is really talking about the long-term affects on the Gulf of Mexico, which already has some ‘dead’ zones…

    http://digital.olivesoftware.com/Olive/ODN/AustinAmericanStatesman/shared/ShowArticle.aspx?doc=AAS/2017/09/02&entity=Ar00200&sk=0316E4DF

    I would really like to think that perhaps people will sit up and pay attention about what we are doing to this planet, and make needed course corrections and changes. We have started the next chapter. How will the story end?

    Be kind…

  21. “Not enough freedom” can come
    “Not enough freedom” can come from oppressive governments, oppressive religions, and even oppressive social structures and mores. Positive change may come when people break through those patterns, set fear aside and think freely outside of political, religious and social dogma. Perhaps only when all that is torn down and we’re left only with the naked core that could not be torn down, we’ll find new understandings of life, the universe, and what’s possible. I.e., the “new world, if we can take it.”

    Unfortunately, I perceive that most people are deeply terrified of not being included within one accepted school of thought or another, because whether rich or poor that usually includes the prospect of being an outcast from all of their social and economic circles. So I see people actually seeking out their own oppression in many ways, and willingly giving up their most precious freedom of thought for the comfort of the herd. We’re probably all guilty of that on some level.

    This, I believe, is the same situation within both of what Jeremy Vaeni polarizingly calls “head culture” and “heart culture” (aka Western Civilization and so-called Indigenous Peoples), the former abusing its intellectual power in ways that may lead to destroying our little fish bowl, the latter content to swim around inside the fishbowl the exact same way for countless generations at the mercy of their gods. It’s two flavors of the same human condition, and thinking our next-step salvation, undoing, or whatever we call it can be found by returning to those “heart cultures” is a fantasy, in my respectful opinion.

    The MOTK said at the outset he came to help “spring the trap”, which is the crux of his message I tend to return to. He also agreed with Whitley that we can’t “return to the forest”. Were his words even worth studying, assuming even that they were recalled and recorded by Whitley with sufficient accuracy? There certainly seems to be something to that interchange on a gut level for me, but I also have to consider that other people’s “gut levels” have them concluding things like Jesus is the answer, a notion I personally reject as part of the oppressive category I described above. However, in this case the MOTK doesn’t really provide an answer at all; more like a huge, logically hopeless situation while still suggesting that we can ultimately emerge at the next level of humanity, which for whatever reason I find a lot more credible.

    I have to say, though, much of the time it feels like all this seeking is just floundering in the fishbowl until the day comes when I’m a floater on the top of it. Maybe one of the keys is getting comfortable with that sense of futility, perhaps then to reveal something new, rather than seeking those old comforts that put us back to our swimmy sleep. But those comforts get more irresistible the worse things get. Perhaps only the “pouring out of the water” (going back to The Key) creates the desperate, down-deep hopeless conditions where it can actually happen, with the only other choice being extinction. If I’m being honest, I hope whatever transition we need to make can be done in a less harrowing scenario.

  22. “Not enough freedom” can come
    “Not enough freedom” can come from oppressive governments, oppressive religions, and even oppressive social structures and mores. Positive change may come when people break through those patterns, set fear aside and think freely outside of political, religious and social dogma. Perhaps only when all that is torn down and we’re left only with the naked core that could not be torn down, we’ll find new understandings of life, the universe, and what’s possible. I.e., the “new world, if we can take it.”

    Unfortunately, I perceive that most people are deeply terrified of not being included within one accepted school of thought or another, because whether rich or poor that usually includes the prospect of being an outcast from all of their social and economic circles. So I see people actually seeking out their own oppression in many ways, and willingly giving up their most precious freedom of thought for the comfort of the herd. We’re probably all guilty of that on some level.

    This, I believe, is the same situation within both of what Jeremy Vaeni polarizingly calls “head culture” and “heart culture” (aka Western Civilization and so-called Indigenous Peoples), the former abusing its intellectual power in ways that may lead to destroying our little fish bowl, the latter content to swim around inside the fishbowl the exact same way for countless generations at the mercy of their gods. It’s two flavors of the same human condition, and thinking our next-step salvation, undoing, or whatever we call it can be found by returning to those “heart cultures” is a fantasy, in my respectful opinion.

    The MOTK said at the outset he came to help “spring the trap”, which is the crux of his message I tend to return to. He also agreed with Whitley that we can’t “return to the forest”. Were his words even worth studying, assuming even that they were recalled and recorded by Whitley with sufficient accuracy? There certainly seems to be something to that interchange on a gut level for me, but I also have to consider that other people’s “gut levels” have them concluding things like Jesus is the answer, a notion I personally reject as part of the oppressive category I described above. However, in this case the MOTK doesn’t really provide an answer at all; more like a huge, logically hopeless situation while still suggesting that we can ultimately emerge at the next level of humanity, which for whatever reason I find a lot more credible.

    I have to say, though, much of the time it feels like all this seeking is just floundering in the fishbowl until the day comes when I’m a floater on the top of it. Maybe one of the keys is getting comfortable with that sense of futility, perhaps then to reveal something new, rather than seeking those old comforts that put us back to our swimmy sleep. But those comforts get more irresistible the worse things get. Perhaps only the “pouring out of the water” (going back to The Key) creates the desperate, down-deep hopeless conditions where it can actually happen, with the only other choice being extinction. If I’m being honest, I hope whatever transition we need to make can be done in a less harrowing scenario.

  23. Whitley, thank you for being
    Whitley, thank you for being a non-hysterical voice in the hailstorm of chaotic opinions. Each person needs to make serious, considered decisions for themselves and their families, and follow their own intuition. Stay off the “bandwagon”. Jump up to the higher platform of thought–what if we are all spiritual beings having a physical experience? What would you do if that were true?

  24. Whitley, thank you for being
    Whitley, thank you for being a non-hysterical voice in the hailstorm of chaotic opinions. Each person needs to make serious, considered decisions for themselves and their families, and follow their own intuition. Stay off the “bandwagon”. Jump up to the higher platform of thought–what if we are all spiritual beings having a physical experience? What would you do if that were true?

  25. I am staying on board as a
    I am staying on board as a subscriber regardless of how many attacks occur. Unless the website is obliterated, I will stay on and comment as much as possible.

  26. I am staying on board as a
    I am staying on board as a subscriber regardless of how many attacks occur. Unless the website is obliterated, I will stay on and comment as much as possible.

  27. Alas, this website will no
    Alas, this website will no longer exist sometime in the future. Not sure when and not sure why, but that’s the way it’ll probably be. But all of us who have gained so much from it and from Anne and Whitley’s lives, we bear a responsibility to carry the torch in some fashion in the future by extending and expanding the conversation and always remaining open to the question.

  28. Alas, this website will no
    Alas, this website will no longer exist sometime in the future. Not sure when and not sure why, but that’s the way it’ll probably be. But all of us who have gained so much from it and from Anne and Whitley’s lives, we bear a responsibility to carry the torch in some fashion in the future by extending and expanding the conversation and always remaining open to the question.

  29. I’m going to stay on as a
    I’m going to stay on as a permanent subscriber too 🙂 It might not seem like Whitley’s words and ideas are having a large scale positive effect on the masses, but I think they are all about empowerment of the individual which is how every revolution has been successfully carried out. (Not trying to suggest he is trying to start an aggressive revolution) To me revolution means to turn things around in general.
    Its not about subscribing to any doctrine or system or any such thing that tries for a mass effect. Its about remembering how to think for one’s self. I believe life is a highly personal and subjective phenomenon. There are consistencies of course like basic human needs on various levels, but I believe life is as uniquely subjective as a work of art depending on the artist. I also really believe in trying to find a balance or happy medium in as many situations as possible.
    I’m reading The Super Natural A New Vision of the Unexplained right now and I just love all the different ways to get around black and white thinking that Jeffrey Kripal laid on the table after each of Whitley’s chapters.
    My point is I think that’s a bigger gift to the world than maybe Whitley realizes. You’d be surprised how many people just don’t think for themselves. And all of Whitley’s non fiction especially has really inspired me to do so more and more ever since the first time I dug into “Communion” in high school…
    And to heck with the cyber Nazis! Just keep trying, don’t give up!

  30. I’m going to stay on as a
    I’m going to stay on as a permanent subscriber too 🙂 It might not seem like Whitley’s words and ideas are having a large scale positive effect on the masses, but I think they are all about empowerment of the individual which is how every revolution has been successfully carried out. (Not trying to suggest he is trying to start an aggressive revolution) To me revolution means to turn things around in general.
    Its not about subscribing to any doctrine or system or any such thing that tries for a mass effect. Its about remembering how to think for one’s self. I believe life is a highly personal and subjective phenomenon. There are consistencies of course like basic human needs on various levels, but I believe life is as uniquely subjective as a work of art depending on the artist. I also really believe in trying to find a balance or happy medium in as many situations as possible.
    I’m reading The Super Natural A New Vision of the Unexplained right now and I just love all the different ways to get around black and white thinking that Jeffrey Kripal laid on the table after each of Whitley’s chapters.
    My point is I think that’s a bigger gift to the world than maybe Whitley realizes. You’d be surprised how many people just don’t think for themselves. And all of Whitley’s non fiction especially has really inspired me to do so more and more ever since the first time I dug into “Communion” in high school…
    And to heck with the cyber Nazis! Just keep trying, don’t give up!

  31. I have gained so much here. I
    I have gained so much here. I was for a long time not a subscriber, couldn’t afford it at a time of great change. But I can now. In fact, I received a wonderful meditation from, if I’m not mistaken someone just like Tomkowt that opened a closed door just enough that it resulted in a full-blown awakening alla kundalini. All it took was learning the combination to a lock. 🙂

  32. I have gained so much here. I
    I have gained so much here. I was for a long time not a subscriber, couldn’t afford it at a time of great change. But I can now. In fact, I received a wonderful meditation from, if I’m not mistaken someone just like Tomkowt that opened a closed door just enough that it resulted in a full-blown awakening alla kundalini. All it took was learning the combination to a lock. 🙂

  33. Whitley, I have been with you
    Whitley, I have been with you and Anne as a faithful subscriber for many years – many… you tried so hard to tell people – no one listened. You and Art Bell warned in “The Coming Global Superstorm” – you warned with your guests…. you did everything that you could. Now our nincompoop in charge is going to have face his ignorance and the bodies that will float, properties destroyed and infrastructure decimated, will fall on his ignorant shoulders. So mote it be…… the time for warning and preparation is over and done with…… Gaia is in charge, and she is going to march over this planet like Sherman marching to the sea…… you did what you could – Houston is just beginning to find itself again, after Harvey, we have Irma with unimaginable winds (although you imagined and warned), we have Jose building in strength, and now Katia who the predictors thought was nothing – but its now in the overheated gulf as a Cat 1….. That is FOUR hurricanes in a row. You did what you could, and that is all anyone can do. Peace and love to you and Anne……….. Cindy

  34. Whitley, I have been with you
    Whitley, I have been with you and Anne as a faithful subscriber for many years – many… you tried so hard to tell people – no one listened. You and Art Bell warned in “The Coming Global Superstorm” – you warned with your guests…. you did everything that you could. Now our nincompoop in charge is going to have face his ignorance and the bodies that will float, properties destroyed and infrastructure decimated, will fall on his ignorant shoulders. So mote it be…… the time for warning and preparation is over and done with…… Gaia is in charge, and she is going to march over this planet like Sherman marching to the sea…… you did what you could – Houston is just beginning to find itself again, after Harvey, we have Irma with unimaginable winds (although you imagined and warned), we have Jose building in strength, and now Katia who the predictors thought was nothing – but its now in the overheated gulf as a Cat 1….. That is FOUR hurricanes in a row. You did what you could, and that is all anyone can do. Peace and love to you and Anne……….. Cindy

  35. Whitley Strieber has
    Whitley Strieber has consistently remained firm in his overall positions on climate change as far as I remember. I admire that determination, and wish to be less influenced by uncertainty myself.

    He and others have been unfairly ridiculed and attacked by those who do not appreciate the warnings being sounded. Thoroughly debunked conspiracies have been drummed up and passed around without regard to evidence. Plus, critics have insisted on unreasonable standards that would silence climate activists if followed, and which allow critics to ignore warnings from those who do not conform to those standards. Just about every scientist, politician, writer or activist telling us about climate has seen such attacks.

    Where Whitley and unknowncountry have stood out for me is connecting this subject with the multidimensional and universally present consciousness that seems to have some interest in the paths we choose to traverse. Meditation, spiritual connections and interactions with visitors all seem to be relevant in this regard. Putting it all together is not obvious and rare outside of unknowncountry. I see similarities to American Indian and other indigenous traditions.

    In regards to hard sciences, I see many reasons for hope, including the development of clean, renewable energy sources. However, without spirituality and consciousness, all developments threaten to lead to our destruction through separation, materialism, consumerism, fear and greed.

    Thanks, Whitley and the unknowncountry community for illuminating spaces beyond superficial isolation. As a result of this and the aforementioned technological advances, I retain great hope for the future of human kind.

  36. Whitley Strieber has
    Whitley Strieber has consistently remained firm in his overall positions on climate change as far as I remember. I admire that determination, and wish to be less influenced by uncertainty myself.

    He and others have been unfairly ridiculed and attacked by those who do not appreciate the warnings being sounded. Thoroughly debunked conspiracies have been drummed up and passed around without regard to evidence. Plus, critics have insisted on unreasonable standards that would silence climate activists if followed, and which allow critics to ignore warnings from those who do not conform to those standards. Just about every scientist, politician, writer or activist telling us about climate has seen such attacks.

    Where Whitley and unknowncountry have stood out for me is connecting this subject with the multidimensional and universally present consciousness that seems to have some interest in the paths we choose to traverse. Meditation, spiritual connections and interactions with visitors all seem to be relevant in this regard. Putting it all together is not obvious and rare outside of unknowncountry. I see similarities to American Indian and other indigenous traditions.

    In regards to hard sciences, I see many reasons for hope, including the development of clean, renewable energy sources. However, without spirituality and consciousness, all developments threaten to lead to our destruction through separation, materialism, consumerism, fear and greed.

    Thanks, Whitley and the unknowncountry community for illuminating spaces beyond superficial isolation. As a result of this and the aforementioned technological advances, I retain great hope for the future of human kind.

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