Communion has ratings and reviews. On December 26, , at a secluded cabin in upstate New York, Whitley Strieber went siding with his wife an . If you grew up in the s, you were probably traumatized by the work of Whitley Strieber—the author whose work inspired the ultraviolent. Reading these letters, chosen by Anne Strieber from the thousands they received after publishing Communion, is a life-changing experience. Now available for.
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Assuming that these events are factual – and I think they are – then we human beings must begin a re-evaluation of ourselves and our place in the universe.
Are there people who genuinely believe that aliens are visiting earth, kidnapping people and experimenting anally upon them? What I did next may seem peculiar. Granted, I’ve purposefully gone for the ones that combine World-building inspiration fuel, as pretty much every UFO-esque book I’ve picked up has turned out to be. The author subscribes to no particular interpretation of what has been happening to him or of what has been behind it.
Thanks for signing up to our newsletter. Connections Featured in Nostalgia Critic: It is in this cabin that our primary experiences have taken place. Retrieved 8 October I am, further, prone to believe others. I heard a peculiar whooshing, swirling noise coming from the living room downstairs.
It is no more believable than the Bible. Jan 26, John Read rated it really liked it. Janet Duffy Andreas Katsulas My own mind is still haunted and illuminated by many of the scenes and ideas in this book.
Beyond COMMUNION: The Strange Case of Whitley Strieber
On December 26,at a secluded cabin in upstate New York, Whitley Strieber went siding with his wife and son, ate Christmas dinner leftovers, and commuion to bed early. The nuclear arms race peaked in the mids, and the alleged behavior of UFOs and their inhabitants became more aggressive, as if in response. Streiber himself has been clear that he is not totaly sure what it is really about. By ten o’clock we were in bed, and eleven both of us were asleep.
Having personally communnion 3 UFO sightings from the mid 60’s, to the last one in August ofhis story both reminds me and frightens me of how close Srrieber was to my 3rd UFO sighting!
They came, he concluded, to teach him how to time-travel. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. After reading his descriptions, hypnosis transcripts and polygraph results, I’m definitely convinced that something happened to him and his family. However the book gets more and more unbelievable as it goes on however. This I do not know.
Communion: A True Story
You can’t have it both ways unless you’re just appealing to both sides so as not to be wrong. On Christmas Eve there was snow, which continued for two more days. Or don’t believe it. Something not quite of this striebdr. You will never forget this immortal horror classic! It’s better than the movie in which Streiber was played by Christopher Walken.
One day when I mentioned leaving a bit soon to fetch the library book for my dad she chided me and said they library books were full of germs and I should microwave the book before my dad read it.
Don’t know how, but for some reason it makes a whole more sense than dommunion.
Beyond COMMUNION: The Strange Case of Whitley Strieber – The 13th Floor
His take on the possibility of it all being in his head was the most interesting theory he mused about, too. Strieber compares the “familiar” being he sees, whom he describes as female, to the Sumerian goddess Ishtar.
If you take what he writes to be true, then this is a pretty scary book. On tsrieber in Martha’s Vineyard, this book had me screaming in my sleep, nightly. She simply said “So did I! An interview with the artist” Archived at the Wayback Machine. You are commenting using your Facebook account. The mind seems to tune it out as if by some sort of instinct.
View all 6 comments. The availability of items requested from other libraries may depend on the policies of the other libraries. He sees a psychiatrist who tries to use hypnotic regression to discover the truth.
Freidman Basil Hoffmanhe describes the visitors while watching a salamander frolic in the physician’s aquarium. Furthermore the author finishes the book with a mind numbingly dull chapter about his belief in the special nature of “the triad”.
He saw it through the kitchen window that faces the back yard and the old oak tree. The crux of the book revolves around retellings of vaguely remembered “occurrences” from years past or childhood.
One day we went out to a nearby wood on a Hopkinsville Goblin hunt, and sure enough, there was one watching us from a wheat field. There’s nothing definitive here.