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Superstorms, Aliens and the Bomb

Friday January 19th, 2007

[By Whitley Strieber]

As I write this, there is a phenomenal story on Unknowncountry.com that discusses the terrible weather presently sweeping the whole western world, literally from California to Poland. This is the closest we have ever come to a superstorm, and it comes a few weeks after a disturbing event involving the Gulf Stream. (To read the story, click here.) Quite plainly, the world's system of currents is changing, possibly collapsing, and it is possible that there is an as yet undocumented connection between the unusually harsh weather and current changes.

At the same time, the world is closer to nuclear war than it has been since the Cuban Missile Crisis. Israel must prevent Iran from producing U-235, and they could go online with this in a matter of months. If they do produce it, they will be able to export fissionable material to terrorist groups like Hamas, in order to enable them to create dirty bombs.

The fact that the detonation of such bombs in Israel will also destroy the Palestinian people is considered an acceptable loss. Their lives are not as important as the ruin of Israel, so the fact that they must die in order to kill the Jewish state is not thought by Iran, Syria, Hamas or other concerned entities to be too great a price. In effect, all the Palestinians are to be considered suicide bombers, if the result is that Israel is eradicated.

Because US intelligence has failed in Iran, there is no adequate intelligence about a single, crucial element that might have saved us from the use of nuclear weapons in the effort to prevent Iran from manufacturing U-235. Specifically, western intelligence does not possess information about the location of air intakes and vents that would enable highly accurate American 'bunker busters' to penetrate into buried Iranian nuclear facilities and destroy them.

This means that there is only one way to insure that the centrifuges that are essential to the production of U-235, and are buried deeper than US bunker busters can penetrate without going down airshafts, can be destroyed: neutron bombs will have to be used.

It is likely that the bombs will come from Israel, and also possible that nobody, not Iran, not the US, not Israel, will say that they have been used. A neutron bomb does not leave a radiation signature. It would be observed as a very large explosion. The sheet of devastatingly destructive neutrons that it emitted would kill every living thing for miles around, and would overload every electrical and electronic circuit it reached. But it would not persist. There would be no fallout. There would be no irradiated areas on the ground.

It is possible that such a bomb has already been detonated in the Iranian desert. There was a large explosion in the area a few days ago, reported on Unknowncountry.com but entirely ignored by western media. It was briefly reported in the Iranian press, then it disappeared.

However, the greater possibility is that no attack has taken place yet, and that the explosion is somehow connected with what is now a literally fantastic amount of UFO activity unfolding over Iran.

Iran has always been a UFO hotspot. The September, 1976 UFO chase over Tehran remains one of the best documented UFO cases of all time, and the October 22, 2005 interview I did with General Parviz Jafari on Dreamland, who actually flew the chase plane, was one of the most fantastic experiences of my life.

Over the past few months, the number of UFO events in Iran has reached a completely unprecedented level. There have been a few UFO flaps as intense: the Scandinavian "Ghost Rocket" incidents in 1946, the great American UFO wave from the July 1947 Roswell Incident to the July, 1952 Washington overflights, the Belgian events of 1989-1990 are other equally intense flaps.

UFOs began to appear in numbers after the end of World War II, when atomic weapons came into use. It is possible that the danger of nulear war in Iran has attracted them to that area, as well.

I am long past questioning whether or not the visitors exist. They do exist, and the United States Government has been lying about them from the beginning, and still does--as the FAA did just this past November, when it claimed that a sighting at O'Hare Airport in Chicago by United pilots and other personnel was an unusual cloud.

But the United States Government is a failed institution. It has drowned its credibility beneath a torrent of lies on virtually every important issue that the world faces, over the past fifty catastrophic years. The American people support the Constitution and the institutions it created, not the parasites who have come to infect those institutions since secrecy became the center of state power with the passage of the catastrophic National Security Act of 1947.

This ruined the American republic, and it is going to take a generation of wise, firm and compassionate leadership to restore it. Hopefully, that will come from one day, but right now, I don't see it.

It is time to face the fact that the US government as it is now constituted is worthless junk, and to abandon its obsessive, cancerous secrecy and its endless lies.

Although I am quite certain that the visitors are real, the many years I have spent in contact with them, thinking about them, talking to others in contact, reading their stories and examining my own life and feelings about them, I must state clearly and frankly that I do not know what they are.

However, I have been observing them for a long time, and I feel that they are concerned with our environment, it is my belief that they are making a record of human DNA against the possibility that the species may go extinct, and that they have attempted to hybridize human beings in some way, but my observation of this in my own life has not suggested that there has been success.

In fact, I think that they have had a lot of failure here that they do not fully understand, and that they think that people who enter into leadership in human society are motivated by a profound death wish, and that, for the most part, they work to impede the chances of the species to survive, and that our populations support them.

They do not understand what about us that we so hate, that we would be marching like this toward extinction.

When I was younger and in somewhat more direct communication with them at times, they indicated to me that they would make themselves known in the context of environmental collapse. As that is happening now, they could emerge now.

However, what happens may be very different. Let me tell you why.

I got the impression that they take a long view of history. They are interested in the state of mankind not only this year or in a hundred years, but in a million years and a billion years. The evolution of intelligence is important to them, and they are here to help it through a difficult time on earth, so that it can, in time, reach a state where it offers some sort of value to others.

I am pretty sure that intelligent life is extremely rare, and that there is a sort of choir of consciousness, and that there is a desire that our voices be joined to it, in the interest of the new.

I am trying to get used to thinking about the larger issues that face the thin web of conscious species that are spread across the cosmos, and I think people need to think about such things, too. When they do, the actions of the visitors will become more understandable.

The reason I say this is that they may be taking sides in the present conflict between the west and Islam, and it is not obvious to me, if they do, that they will take the side of the west. The reason is simple. They want the species to survive, and encouraging the west might be the least effective way to accomplish that objective.

The United States is by far the world's largest polluter, followed by Europe, then China and India, who are catching up fast. The problem is that the United States has willfully ignored the problem, despite the overwhelming evidence that it needs to be addressed. At present, even such outrageous violators as the Exxon Corporation are beginning to realize the peril and respond, but it may well be too late, and the visitors may consider that we've waited too long.

If Islam should win the current world-historical conflict, the entire planet will be plunged into a period of economic stagnation and scientific decline that could last a very long time. The result of this would be that mankind will survive longer, and therefore have a greater chance to make the breakthroughs that it needs to join the choir of consciousness that so needs new voices.

I do not think that the combination of ominous environmental strains, the possibility of nuclear war, and the sudden appearance of the visitors all over the world, and especially at the nexus of the possible nuclear conflict is an accident.

They are part of our lives and part of our world, and my sense of it is that governments who pretend otherwise, at this point, do so at their peril.

[link to www.unknowncountry.com]
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Usually I dont mind listening to what Whitley has to say, but this sounds like propoganda. It's a mistake to think that the visitors are siding with the west, I think they'll side with whoever survives this mess. It seems that he's almost fallen into the trap of seeing things in black and white, Whitley should know better.

Listen to his dreamland interview with John Hogue, Nostrodamas prophecies for 2007. Worth listening to if you want to know more about Mabus, climate change.
[link to www.unknowncountry.com]
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I haven't finished the article yet, but from a Christian perspective, I can tell you that the Bible says the "King of Persia" is the antichrist, and it is considered the earthly capital of the Kingdom of Satan.

If ETs are truly fallen angels, it would make sense from that perspective.
"See to it that no one takes you captive through hollow and deceptive philosophy, which depends on human tradition and the basic principles of this world rather than on Christ." (Colossians 2:8)
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I haven't finished the article yet, but from a Christian perspective, I can tell you that the Bible says the "King of Persia" is the antichrist, and it is considered the earthly capital of the Kingdom of Satan.

If ETs are truly fallen angels, it would make sense from that perspective.
 Quoting: Kay

From the Christian perspective god is Love.

God wants us to love our neighbours as ourselves.

The world is a global village in which the Persians are our neighbours, they are ourselves.

Satan has lots of clever arguments in favour of war and hate. Satan's kingodom is coming to an end.

Let's choose Love. Let's choose Life and be inheritors of God's kingdom.
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Whitley is a Catholic.

ET's arent fallen angels, that just puts things into the good/evil basket, it's much more complicated than that.

The visitors concept of good and evil is very different from ours. I dont think they take our religeon into account.
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Whitley is a Catholic.

ET's arent fallen angels, that just puts things into the good/evil basket, it's much more complicated than that.

The visitors concept of good and evil is very different from ours. I dont think they take our religeon into account.
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Nephilim and giants.
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Whitney says the US is the worst polluter, thats nuts. Anyone who has ever been to China will testify when stepping outside the airport it's like stepping into a steel mill. The smog, dust and smell is horrible. The smog from China and India is so bad it floats across the Pacific and is the largest component of LA smog, thats a fact!. So the ETS should be
mad at the chinese.
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Whitley is confused. The ET's have given us fair warning about starting a nuclear age. We can off ourselves if we so desire but that gives us no right to destroy the ecosphere. If we are too stupid to sustain ourselves, they will bring in another sentient species.
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He sounds like he's in a hurry to bomb Iran, with a few crocodile tears and a dollop of "yes it's sad but necessary" rhetoric thrown in to make it easier to swallow.
I thought I'd beat the inevitibility of death to death just a little bit.
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I think Whitley hads been completely brainwashed by the BAD aliens
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More probably Twitley is simply pandering to those he thinks of as his supporters.

Believing his codswallop is not a wise move.
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Hear the

Recto-Probo Balleen Whale speaks.


Whitley Strieber is an illuminati--he has several personalities.

Whitley strieber IS A CHILD MOSLESTOR.
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WHY WOULD SOME ONE WASTE THEIR TIME READING THE SHIT THIS MAN WRITES??

HE HAS TAKEN THE ALIENS FOR A RIDE, AND ENRICH HIMSELF IN THE PROCESS.
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He sounds like he's in a hurry to bomb Iran, with a few crocodile tears and a dollop of "yes it's sad but necessary" rhetoric thrown in to make it easier to swallow.
 Quoting: Normal Is Subjective


It's an idea that's been insinuated into the Iran question for some time. Now it's a nice clean neutron bomb with no fall-out. Shudder.

"However, I have been observing them for a long time, and I feel that they are concerned with our environment, it is my belief that they are making a record of human DNA against the possibility that the species may go extinct, and that they have attempted to hybridize human beings in some way, but my observation of this in my own life has not suggested that there has been success.

In fact, I think that they have had a lot of failure here that they do not fully understand, and that they think that people who enter into leadership in human society are motivated by a profound death wish, and that, for the most part, they work to impede the chances of the species to survive, and that our populations support them."

Poor Barnum, the poignant ubermensch a child borne to the cosmos a beggar doubled over under the mantle of mercy - how light or heavy the weather?
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And the weight of run-on sentences. And re-assessed assessments that run on round-abouts.
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Whitley is a Catholic.

ET's arent fallen angels, that just puts things into the good/evil basket, it's much more complicated than that.

The visitors concept of good and evil is very different from ours. I dont think they take our religeon into account.


Nephilim and giants.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 184743


No, they are just us, a long time from now. Gerys are just vessels to be used by whichever alien species wants to use them.

It appears that Whitley has failed to follow his own advice, I think he's become TOO comfortable with them. Picking sides in war is something the ET's arent interested in. He's let his own fear of war in the ME cloud his judgement of what the ET's are and what they want.

I'll listen to what he says about the environment, theres genuine concern there, and I think a lot of what he says about global warming is right, it was just silly of him to get politics involved in the ET situation.
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A lot of the crucial battles that would have drastically altered the course of history have been influenced by anomalous weather events - that could quite easily be alien interferance.
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Mr. S is one of 'them'. So you take what he says with a grain of salt. Lots of info to lead you their way.
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But is he highly invested in boot strap leather?

Highly invested.
The place where he's tested
barking orders pacing in the white tent where
frozen children on toadstools
stare and stare.
The brother drenched in egoiste
Boring the gods with predictable bliss
and puffed out waddles.
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I haven't finished the article yet, but from a Christian perspective, I can tell you that the Bible says the "King of Persia" is the antichrist, and it is considered the earthly capital of the Kingdom of Satan.

If ETs are truly fallen angels, it would make sense from that perspective.

From the Christian perspective god is Love.

God wants us to love our neighbours as ourselves.

The world is a global village in which the Persians are our neighbours, they are ourselves.

Satan has lots of clever arguments in favour of war and hate. Satan's kingodom is coming to an end.

Let's choose Love. Let's choose Life and be inheritors of God's kingdom.
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Amen. I second that as a non-christian. Wel said.. Thank you.
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AW,Ac...not the comet shit again.I keep telling you that the prophicies more likely indicated a nuclear missile in the air seen by a primitive seer.It LOOKS like a comet but is actually a missle with a tail.

A comet was never a portent of doom.Possibly of the timing maybe,but now Halley's is gone and you are counting on the McNaught comet...
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Whitley is a Catholic.

ET's arent fallen angels, that just puts things into the good/evil basket, it's much more complicated than that.

The visitors concept of good and evil is very different from ours. I dont think they take our religeon into account.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 184856

he is a Wiccan actually!
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Whitley is a Catholic.

ET's arent fallen angels, that just puts things into the good/evil basket, it's much more complicated than that.

The visitors concept of good and evil is very different from ours. I dont think they take our religeon into account.

he is a Wiccan actually!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1978

He quotes the bible regularly in his books, he also goes to mass on sundays (he says he does anyway).

Maybe he's a closet wiccan, I know it took me a few years to come out about my crystals and insence burning.

He's also jewish (not that theres anything wrong with that), which explains his concern for Israel.
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AW,Ac...not the comet shit again.I keep telling you that the prophicies more likely indicated a nuclear missile in the air seen by a primitive seer.It LOOKS like a comet but is actually a missle with a tail.

A comet was never a portent of doom.Possibly of the timing maybe,but now Halley's is gone and you are counting on the McNaught comet...
 Quoting: stgeorge

Listen to his interview with John Hogue, he explains that the Mabus comet would have to be one that a primative seer could recognise, like one that could be seen in daylight. Interpretation isnt an exact science, but I think this guy has it right, time will tell I guess.
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Mr. S is one of 'them'. So you take what he says with a grain of salt. Lots of info to lead you their way.
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Good point. I'm a fan of his and I'd be the first to say be careful of what to believe, those greys are a funny bunch, not always to be trusted.

Whitley used to say "take what I say with a grain of salt", I think he's forgotten to take his own advice.
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"If Islam should win the current world-historical conflict, the entire planet will be plunged into a period of economic stagnation and scientific decline that could last a very long time. The result of this would be that mankind will survive longer, and therefore have a greater chance to make the breakthroughs that it needs to join the choir of consciousness that so needs new voices."

Off to the stone-age we go for a period of braising over casual peat manure charcoal and goat grazing.

I sense a re-arrangement of continents. What about that dwindling magnetic shield. It's beginning to look a lot like solar storms help along the desertification.

The Sahara holds mysterious fossil records.
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This whole article is nothing but pure Zionist Horse shit.
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One thing is for sure, the United States of America cannot afford another war.

Our economy is wrecked and working people like myself, cannot afford to pay for it all, taxes are killing us, with the cost of fuel, and groceries and house payments and all of it.

The dollar keeps going down, down, down...we are being squeezed by people who don't understand how dificult it is to survive as a working person.

And they want to ship our children out to die in Iraq, or be maimed so we have to pick up the pieces?

Our government does not deserve our support, I say eat the rich instead....
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"the United States Government has been lying..."

If you know it has been lying about many issues, it would be foolish to trust its version of anything, such as 9/11, without verifiable evidence from other sources.

If a Muslim country knew how armed and dangerously out of control the fascist governments of the US and Israel were, with others like the UK following the program like whipped dogs, combined with their penchant for creating situations where they carry out terrorist acts and set up others as the fall guy, why would they not do anything in their power to wipe them off the face of the earth?

If the fascist countries deal with their criminal governments and replace them with honest ones, then a real dialogue might begin for world peace.
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Usually I dont mind listening to what Whitley has to say, but this sounds like propoganda. It's a mistake to think that the visitors are siding with the west, I think they'll side with whoever survives this mess. It seems that he's almost fallen into the trap of seeing things in black and white, Whitley should know better.

Listen to his dreamland interview with John Hogue, Nostrodamas prophecies for 2007. Worth listening to if you want to know more about Mabus, climate change.
[link to www.unknowncountry.com]
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Uh, he says that he DOES NOT think the aliens would side with the west. Do you people not even read posts before you respond? hiding
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Usually I dont mind listening to what Whitley has to say, but this sounds like propoganda. It's a mistake to think that the visitors are siding with the west, I think they'll side with whoever survives this mess. It seems that he's almost fallen into the trap of seeing things in black and white, Whitley should know better.

Listen to his dreamland interview with John Hogue, Nostrodamas prophecies for 2007. Worth listening to if you want to know more about Mabus, climate change.
[link to www.unknowncountry.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 184856



Uh, he says that he DOES NOT think the aliens would side with the west. Do you people not even read posts before you respond? hiding





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