Whitley Strieber’s 1986 Hypnosis Sessions 1 and 2

January 1, 2004
In March of 1986, Whitley Strieber underwent two hypnosis sessions by one of the leading forensic hypnotists in the world, Dr. Donald Klein. These are the tapes of those sessions. The first is shocking and contains screams of terror. It should not be listened to by children or those whom it might disturb. The long ... continued

The Key, Part Five

January 1, 2004
Whitley returns to his discussion of the Key with an exploration of some of the most incredible ideas in the document, including the concept that we may eventually be in the position of helping another world to evolve as the visitors are helping us now. Includes some amazing personal stories of his attempts to find ... continued

The Key, Part Four

January 1, 2004
Whitley remembers the parts of his discussion with the Master of the Key that challenged him to ask the question, who am I? He describes the journey of self-discovery that resulted when the master challenged him to forget his own name, and he demonstrates just how he did that. ... continued

The Key, Part Three

January 1, 2004
In this edition of Whitley’s ongoing exploration of what was going through his mind as he talked with the Master of the Key, he discusses the nature of resurrection and the amazing insights into the nature of afterlife and ecstasy that must be behind some of the master’s statements. NOTE: ... continued

The Key, Part Two

January 1, 2004
Whitley continues his intimate exploration of the Key, explaining his understanding of what the Master of the Key meant when he described what it is like to die and what happens in the afterlife. He also discusses some powerful material from the book about the nature of the soul and ... continued

The Key, Part One

January 1, 2004
Whitley Strieber explores the deepest inner meanings of the words of the Master of the Key. He speaks here more intimately and frankly than he ever has before, revealing secrets that do not appear anywhere in his writings. A powerful and beautiful forty-five minutes. NOTE: This show summary, previously published on our old site, may ... continued