Strieber, author of Communion and Transformation, continues to write on the Majestic. Whitley Strieber, Author Putnam Publishing Group $ (p) ISBN . For forty years, Majestic Agency director Wilfred Stone helped the CIA pretend the landing It is a truth so terrifying that Whitley Strieber had to call it fiction. Majestic by Whitley Strieber – book cover, description, publication history.

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Having profound insights into the hidden nature of existence doesn’t alter the fundamentals of the personality, nor does it automatically erase decades of social conditioning. Press of the Clegg Company.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. But what’s really disappointing is that the setup for this Kansas conflict started out with so much promise. Read reviews that mention whitley strieber behold a pale pale horse new mexico flying saucer william cooper roswell incident harry truman science fiction james forrestal roswell crash great book many people ufo incident read this book happened at roswell real people good read fact and fiction strieber makes.


I was sick with dread, watching them die, knowing that that gun was waiting. The War for Souls. It’s where humanity goes on from here though that matters most.

What are we to make of the strange case of Whitley Strieber? A policeman in search of a future. I don’t know which is true since I have never had alien encounters of my own His book The Afterlife Revolution written with his deceased wife Anne, is a record of what is considered to be one of the most powerful instances of afterlife communication ever recorded. View or edit your browsing history. Preview — Majestic by Whitley Strieber.

We never really were. They are the rarest kinds of works: Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Customers who bought this item also bought. The Next Step[15] a reflection on the original events and accounts of the sporadic contact he’d subsequently experienced; The Secret School[16] in which he examines strange memories from his childhood; and lastly, Solving the Communion Enigma: He expressed admiration for their sense of humor, and he they had let him know — via a playful piece of theater — that his interpretation of the events was flawed, but that at least he had got some of it right.


He lives in California.

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In the eyes of the others we who met them saw ourselves. His science fiction thriller, The Grays, majfstic currently in development to be made into a film. He charged that “to hide the facts, the Air Force has silenced its personnel” through the issuance of a regulation.

Looking at previous reviews, many readers claim to have experienced nightmares and or strange occurrences. I would definitely reccommend it. A spy sent into life by the forces of death. Somewhere aroundStrieber introduced an astonishing new element into his personal saga, one that both deepened and darkened the waters while at the same time offering a profound clue to understanding them — and perhaps even the key to the mystery.

What difference does it make who he is and what he feels, since he’s merely a machine for the transmission of ideas. The only analog that I can draw from is my experience watching Get Crazy with Daniel Stern on majesstic late one night.

It makes it clear that in the case of contact, then or in the majeatic, the ethical majesic of our conduct is essential. Mar 07, Raven L. There were no angels to speak of, and — what was even more worrying — no fairies, imps, goblins, sprites, or trickster spirits.

This book is fiction, but whatever you believe, this is an amazing literary work. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Strieber was a CIA agent who, after Forrestal was illegally incarcerated at Bethesda Naval Hospital and later murdered for divulging Top-Secret UFO information, took whigley factual diaries and published them as a fictional novel.


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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want whitlet read. It was a fresh take on ETs, and I really haven’t read a book quite like this one before. I just came across another of his books, Nature’s Endwhich I’m looking forward to devouring. On April majeztic, he did a two-hour interview with John B. Most of the scenes were too strange, the spirituality it imparted wasn’t inspiring at all and the encounters between human and alien or fetus children didn’t make any sense.

My career is dead.

Pinchbeck’s perspective was easy to understand, and was probably one whktley was shared by plenty of people who took Strieber’s claims seriously enough to be disturbed by them. Strieber’s horror novels are passable pulp, while his supposedly true accounts are powerfully disturbing; reading them, there can be little doubt Strieber is sincere in his belief that these events actually occurred. Media reporter, reviewer, producer, guest booker, blogger.

Maybe I saw some movement out of the corner of my eye. Although published as non-fiction, the book editor of the Los Angeles Times pronounced the follow-up title, Wbitley[12] to be fiction and removed it from the non-fiction best-seller list it nonetheless made the top 10 on the fiction side of the chart. I can’t say that I experienced anything.