Solving the Communion Enigma: What Is To Come

Solving the Communion Enigma: What Is To Come

by Whitley Strieber
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Solving the Communion Enigma: What Is To Come by Whitley Strieber

The bestselling author probes the ultimate significance behind today's increasing reports of UFOs, alien abductions, crop circles, and other unexplained phenomena-and what they mean for humanity's immediate future.

In 1987 writer Whitley Strieber exposed the world to the truth about alien abduction in his landmark memoir, Communion. For the first time in years, Strieber revisits his encounter with alien intelligences-but now dramatically widens his search to explore how "the visitors" connect with today's persistent and globe-spanning reports of anomalous phenomena, such as crop circles, cattle mutilations, UFO sightings, alien abductions, near-death experiences, close encounters, and unexplained bodily implants.

In his magisterial style, Strieber contextualizes these bizarre and unsettling reports with his own childhood memories of strange schools, sinister experiments, and family secrets. In exploring today's most convincing cases of unexplained phenomena, Strieber reasons that they are not unrelated events. Nor are they the result of mass delusion. In some of his most persuasive writing, Strieber argues that the wave of mysterious episodes marks a transition that humanity is undergoing right now. Against all conscious understanding, we are experiencing a broadened awareness of dimensions of reality that exist beyond our current perceptions.

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ISBN-13: 9781585429172
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 01/05/2012
Pages: 240
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.10(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Whitley Strieber is the internationally bestselling author of more than twenty novels and nonfiction works, including The Wolfen, The Hunger, and The Coming Global Superstorm, which was made into the feature film The Day After Tomorrow. He lives in California.

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Solving the Communion Enigma: What Is To Come 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Blackbirdx61 More than 1 year ago
Having listened to Whitely for years I personally have no doubt he truely believes he's had these experiences; whether the reader wishes to believe that is of course up to ones personal view of the world, and the fundamental nature of our reality. That said, Even if one chooses for a moment to suspend ones disbelief and approach the Communion Enigma as one would approach the speculative fiction of Larry Niven or Roger Zelazni there is much to consider here. What if the reality of our world is in very important ways fundamentally different than the world we perceive; what if we are not even near the top of the food chain; but are in fact the subjects of a very long term observation by intelligences both so vast and so Alien as to put them at the very edge of our comprehension. What if the Soul, (which has no place in the modern, materialist world view.) truly is the most important thing in our personal existences; and what if that soul has a strange Saturnine attraction to our Visitors, being in some way utterly unlike there own. Even if the Communion Enigma is viewed as speculative Fiction, and Spiritual Fiction; IMHO it is speculative fiction of a very high order; because like most good fiction it is in point of fact grounded in fact; Whitely goes to great pains to document the facts; and the potentially disturbing Questions they raise, this is really not a book for anyone looking for another ‘UFO Book’ or for people looking for the certainty of the Believer or the Debunker. This is a book for persons willing to consider living with the Question, even when those Questions strike at the root of our visions of our selves, our universe, and our place in that creation.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed "Communion". The "Key" was written in question and answer format, which was terrible. "Solving the Communion Enigma" appeared to be written to try to get his book sales going again. He spent a good portion of the book "Whining" about how his life crashed down around him. He bought a cabin he couldn't obviously afford and lost it back to the bank, like millions of other Americans.He had to move to a small Condo. His book sales dropped to next to nil. He was abused as a child by the military in a cover up. He didn't see aliens, it was the Government. It just goes on and on. Really, pathetic. I will not be purchasing anything else written by Mr. Streiber.
dfisc More than 1 year ago
Sorry, this story jumped around too much for me. I am left with the same questions I had before I starteded reading...and so was Whitley. I hesitate saying anything about the book but after weeks of reflection, I feel I had to say something. I kept thinking what a saint Whitley's wife is.
guitaoist3 More than 1 year ago
an awesome expansion to his well known abduction tale
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