Two As One: The Vesica Pisces

September 26, 2020
Whitley tells of a discovery he made about the  Vesica Pisces and how it relates to two becoming one. continued

New for Subscribers: Whitley’s First Response to Questions about A New World

December 13, 2019
In this first of what will be many discussions of A New World, Whitley talks about the two different ways of viewing the world that are explored in the book, which he calls “input strategy” and “output strategy.” He believes that our visitors, or most of them, see the world via an “input strategy,” which ... continued

The Sensing Exercise from A New World

November 26, 2019
Whitley describes the sensing exercise as he has been using it since 1970, and which unexpectedly opened up the contact experience to him. He offers a brief history of its origin in Tantric Yoga, then describes his experience with it, briefly reminds listeners of why it works to facilitate contact and then engages in a ... continued

Compassion (Death of the Hired Man)

January 28, 2017
Whitley offers a discussion of compassion based around one of Anne Strieber’s most beloved poems, "The Death of the Hired Man" by Robert Frost. She thinks of the poem as one of the great texts about compassion, what it is, how it works, why it matters and, above all, how to live the kind of ... continued

Poems from a Life

August 20, 2015
These are poems from the life and love that Anne and I shared together. I very, very rarely read my poems and have never published them, but I want to read them now. As the file is only 10 minutes long, there is no low-bandwidth version. continued

Flight 370: Where is It? In the Ocean, in the Hands of Terrorists or Something Even Stranger?

March 28, 2014
There are three possible answers to the question of what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. The first is that, either due to criminal activity or some sort of catastrophe, it has crashed into the Indian Ocean. The second is that it is in the hands of terrorists. The third is that an anomalous event has taken ... continued

Dark Memories, Dark Suspicions: Whitley Strieber Remembers the JFK Assassination

November 23, 2013
Whitley Strieber tells the story of his personal connection to the assassination of John F. Kennedy and offers some uniquely powerful insights into the meaning of this tragic event, which has had a truly enormous impact on our history. This candid talk is full of surprising information as well as the kind of insight that ... continued

Poems Hidden in My Heart

November 9, 2013
Over the course of my life, poems have been essential and they have been formative. They are interwoven with my close encounter experiences, because it is only in the ideas and feelings evoked by poems–both dark and light–that I can find sufficient complexity and resonance to enable me to think meaningfully about this greatest of ... continued

Endless Violence and Endless Peace, Finding Balance

September 17, 2013
Mass murder appears to be the latest fad. We flood our minds with dreadful ‘news’ day in and day out, one disaster after another. There are so many dead bodies that empathy is simply whittled away. We’re numbed. Worse, there appears to be no way out, no surcease, only more and more and more that is ... continued

A New Series of Bible Readings, Part 1

April 19, 2013
Whitley Strieber begins this new series of bible readings with Psalm 31, which is what he took with him during the long struggle of presenting Communion to the public and enduring waves of laughter and criticism, while at the same time going out night after night to seek and sometimes meet the visitors. continued