Communion: A True Story

Communion: A True Story

Whitley Strieber / Jun 24, 2019

Communion A True Story In the mid s Whitley Strieber wrote Communion A True Story an account of his disturbing personal encounter with strange looking nonhumans he called The Visitors When published the book became a b

  • Title: Communion: A True Story
  • Author: Whitley Strieber
  • ISBN: 9780688070861
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In the mid 80s, Whitley Strieber wrote Communion A True Story, an account of his disturbing personal encounter with strange looking nonhumans he called The Visitors When published, the book became a bestseller, topping national nonfiction lists Its gripping story vivid writing have made it a favorite source for science fiction writers filmmakers.AcknowledgIn the mid 80s, Whitley Strieber wrote Communion A True Story, an account of his disturbing personal encounter with strange looking nonhumans he called The Visitors When published, the book became a bestseller, topping national nonfiction lists Its gripping story vivid writing have made it a favorite source for science fiction writers filmmakers.AcknowledgmentsPrelude The Truth Behind the CurtainThe Invisible Forest First MemoriesDown the Cave of Mind HypnosisThe Color of the Dark InsightThe Sky Beneath My Feet A Journey Through My PastAlliance of the Lost Recollections of My FamilyA Structure in the Air Science, History Secret KnowledgeEpilogueAppendices

    Communion book Communion A True Story is a book by American ufologist and horror author Whitley Strieber that was first published in February The book is based on the experiences of Whitley Strieber, who experiences lost time and terrifying flashbacks, which hypnosis undertaken by Budd Hopkins later links to an alleged encounter with aliens. The book was later made into a film directed by Philippe The True Meaning of Communion Pastor Billy Crone The True Meaning of Communion One day a guy was walking across a bridge and he saw another fellow who looked like he was ready to jump off the bridge. Home Trinity Communion Church Rochester, NY We are committed to inviting people into an ever growing relationship with Jesus Christ We earnestly seek to build a community that is authentic and compelling. Should communion be open or closed GotQuestions Question Should communion be open or closed Answer The difference between open and closed communion hinges on a church s view of the purpose of communion and the authority of the church Churches that practice open communion invite all professed believers in Christ to join them in observing the ordinance. Surviving Divorce On Remarriage and Receiving Communion On Remarriage and Receiving Communion Q Is Rome ever going to change Church teaching on marriage A No. The Meaning of Communion Auburn University This do in remembrance of me With these words ringing in our ears, we regularly celebrate communion As we drink the cup and eat the bread, we reflect on Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion Christianity came into Nigeria in the th century through the efforts of Augustinian and Capuchin monks from Portugal However, it was not until that Henry Townsend of the Church Missionary Society CMS sowed the seed of Anglicanism properly when he landed in Badagry from Freetown, Sierra Leone. Why Not Open Communion Orthodox Church in America Especially at the feast of Pascha Easter non Orthodox Christians ask why they may not receive Holy Communion in Orthodox parishes As painful as this refusal is, it is based on our understanding of the true meaning of the sacrament as revealed in Scripture and ecclesial experience A few months FACT CHECK Communion on the Moon snopes Claim Account by Apollo astronaut Buzz Aldrin describes his taking Communion on the moon. What is the importance of the Lord s supper Christian Question What is the importance of the Lord s supper Christian Communion Answer A study of the Lord s Supper is a soul stirring experience because of the depth of meaning it contains It was during the age old celebration of the Passover on the eve of His death that Jesus instituted a significant new fellowship meal that we observe to this day.

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      • Whitley Strieber

        American writer best known for his horror novels The Wolfen and The Hunger and for Communion, a non fiction description of his experiences with apparent alien contact He has recently made significant advances in understanding this phenomenon, and has published his new discoveries in Solving the Communion Enigma.Strieber also co authored The Coming Global Superstorm with Art Bell, which inspired the blockbuster film about sudden climate change, The Day After Tomorrow.


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    1. I have never read an Abduction/ UFO study book before. I picked this book up at a record shop on tour on the east coast this year. It's been out for a long time and I remember what a splash it made upon its initial release. I also used to listen to Strieber's radio show in Santa Cruz on AM while delivering pizza's around town on Saturday nights. Communion was so much more than i expected. For one, Strieber is coming to this book as a writing talent so the book reads very eloquently, like that of [...]


    2. On vacation in Martha's Vineyard, this book had me screaming in my sleep, nightly. I had to stop reading it until the vacation was over. Shall we say it touched a nerve


    3. Mike Miley told me of this book when it came out in 1987. I was suspicious, having known its author as the source of The Hunger and Wolfen, two decent horror movies based on novels by him. This skepticism was reinforced shortly thereafter by the reading of a review of the book by science fiction writer Samuel Delany in The Nation. Delany, at some length and with considerable heat, accused Strieber of fraud. In consequence, I began to look for and read Strieber's novels, planning to obtain Commun [...]


    4. When my nephew was about ten years old, he insists he was visited by aliens. He says he woke up in the middle of the night with a bright orb coming through his bedroom window. Then nothing. The next thing he remembers is being in his parents bedroom trying to wake them up to warn them - but nothing would wake them. Next morning, the foot of his bed and bedroom floor were drenched. His mother asked him for an explanation and he told her the events of the previous night. Naturally she didn't belie [...]


    5. Having personally witnessed 3 UFO sightings from the mid 60's, to the last one in August of 1970, his story both reminds me (and frightens me) of how close I was to my 3rd UFO sighting! Mom and I both saw the first 2 UFO's while dad was driving. I spotted them and then asked mom if she saw it too, and she did.(The first one was near the cliffs (actually hiding above them at times) outside of Warm Springs, Oregon on a clear blue sky day. It was silver and reflecting the sun. We could see it very [...]


    6. I am almost tired of people reading this book expecting it to be 100% biographical in nature. Streiber himself has been clear that he is not totaly sure what it is really about. I always read it taking the visitors out of the equation and looking at Streibers subsequent examination of himself, and his life. I also believe it is wrong for anyone to claim it to be total B.S as we have to face the one fact; we can not prove it to be true or false. This is the underlining problem for the hardcore be [...]


    7. Did aliens abduct Whitley Streiber in 1984? Are the "visitors" as he calls them from another planet, another dimension, from somewhere deep in the human psyche? And why are they here? These are the questions Streiber raises in his book, probably the all-time definitive book about alien abduction. Interesting though the questions may be, unfortunately he doesn't provide many answers.The questions you will be asking yourself while reading it are more along the lines of : Is this guy totally crazy [...]


    8. Βαθμολογία: 7/10Τρίτο βιβλίο του Γουίτλι Στρίμπερ που διαβάζω, μετά το καλογραμμένο και άκρως ενδιαφέρον "Οι λυκάνθρωποι" και το ψυχαγωγικό μεν αλλά προβληματικό "2012: Ο πόλεμος για τις ψυχές", τα οποία διάβασα το 2014. Τα δυο προηγούμενα βιβλία ήταν μυθιστορήματα, αυτό που μόλις [...]


    9. Sometimes you read a book that changes your life. Was it a change for the better or worse I almost hear you cry?I don't knowI read this book many years ago at the tender age of 21. The thing that initially drew me to it was the cover arte typical alien headI devour the book in a couple of days and during the read I got what can only be described as a FlashbackSuddenly I remembered being with a pal at age 11ish standing on an Orkney hilltop in the night watching huge glowing red orbs passing sile [...]



    10. This book totally freaked me out, and I couldn't finish it. When I read it I was living in Austin which is where Whitley Streiber was living when he claims these events happened. I woke up in the middle of the night for weeks seeing aliens in my bedroom.


    11. I read this book for two reasons. I believed I had previously read it as a teenager, and Texas Monthly published an article at some point stating that The Secret School is one of the ten best reads by a Texas author written in the last 100 years. Unfortunately The Secret School is book 4 or 5 in this series so I thought I'd read it from the start.I quickly figured out I'd never have read this book as a teenager because it's monotonously boring. It's akin to reading the transcript of The Iran-Con [...]


    12. Regardless of your personal beliefs about aliens, this book is well written, well paced and quite riveting. Spooky.


    13. Overall I thought this was a compelling read. If you take what he writes to be true, then this is a pretty scary book. After reading his descriptions, hypnosis transcripts and polygraph results, I'm definitely convinced that something happened to him and his family. Where the book lost me was in the odd discussions of ancient gods and reports of "visitors" throughout the ages, and some of the claims from the colloquy of abductees. I can pretty much believe that some people have been visited/abdu [...]


    14. World-building inspiration fuel, as pretty much every UFO-esque book I've picked up has turned out to be. Had to read this one because I usually seek out the ones that combine the idea of fae and religion and UFOs, and I thought this was the nuts-and-bolts aliens type of book.It's not. Actually, I always thought the majority of UFO-type books were all about physical beings from outer space. I don't think I've read one yet that is, though. Granted, I've purposefully gone for the ones that combine [...]


    15. Obviously, it is easy to be skeptical when reading a fantastical account such as this. I am not a skeptic for the sake of being skeptical. However, there are a few important facts that you ought to know before diving into this.1. Strieber was a science-fiction writer before he wrote Communion.2. Strieber had sat in on several meetings with abductees prior to writing the book.3. Since writing this, Strieber has made what some would consider to be an attempt to construct a new-age religion out of [...]


    16. If I had felt this supposedly true alien abduction story was in any way factual, then I would have given it five stars. Whitley Strieber is B-level horror and sf author and has been for many years before and after "the event." Communion is an extremely frightening and exciting novel. It sucked me in from page one and I did not put it down until the last page. I feel like a little bit of a jerk, by calling him out like this but, I have spent a lot of time researching credible paranormal events, a [...]


    17. Honestly, I don't do the whole aliens thing at all, but the cover of this book used to freak me out as a kid (and a bit residually as an adult) so I decided to see what was inside.Alright, about fifty pages into this book I started to realize what direction this book was heading in. The author clearly believed that what he experienced was real and from there made a concerted effort to present facts and statements to support his belief rather than to draw objective conclusions, which is precisely [...]


    18. A very thought-provoking journal of not only Whitley's experiences, but the insights these gave him. I thought it was interesting how a bunch of the reading I've done recently kind of led up to this. For instance, Whitley mentioned Irish Fairy Tales to describe how the 'visitors' may have been viewed in earlier times, Also, the visitors warned Whitley about the hole in the ozone layer, and how the UV light would suppress immune systems, and according to him, this was not known when he was inform [...]


    19. Scary as hell! I read this book with the thought that it might be interesting because there is a film based on the book. I also felt that perhaps it was a tale that had been woven of partial truths. However, I walked away shaken by the reality I gleaned from the pages of Communion. Some readers may not rate this book quite as high. After all it's not a work of literary genius but it kept me glued to the story and most of all I rated 5 stars because I think folks should take notice of this story! [...]


    20. This book gave me nightmares for years! I slept with the light on for months. I had to keep the book hidden under my bed because the picture on the cover scared me. The part about the white owls looking in his bedroom window and the white deer on the side of the road haunt me years later. I don't know what to make of this "true" account, but if aliens are really abducting people at night, there is no sense in worrying about it--you have no control. I am curious if he is still being abducted? Has [...]


    21. Being an astronomy fan myself, I often encounter the issue of UFO sightings and abductions in my readings. It seems that once you begin to discuss the cosmos, little green men have to enter the equation. Even though I really have no opinion on such things I thought it necessary to at least have read this very often referred to account of an abductee. My thoughts: once you've read this, you need not read any other abductee story because this defines the 'stereotype'.


    22. Not badly written and some happenings have traces of suspense, but the author's insistence that these are true events brings down readability. Still, if you are curious, this is the one to read. Later books have less story and more ramblings.


    23. Probably the best first hand account (with supplemental information for fact-checking) of the author's encounters with a UFO and with missing time. The author is also a fiction writer, so the book reads like a thriller. There's nothing definitive here. Instead, it allows the reader to step into the mindset of someone experiencing something they don't understand. There fear is palpable as he describes his family's incidents-- invasive and disorienting, one can understand the paranoia that ensues. [...]


    24. This book scared the you-know-what out of me, gave me nightmares, and generally freaked me out for awhile. I loved it!


    25. Okay, wowWtf?Seriously? Are there people who genuinely believe that aliens are visiting earth, kidnapping people and experimenting anally upon them? I guess there are.I went into this book open-minded because it is kinda fascinating, I was a huge X-Files fan, and to be honest it's a nice distraction from the lights going out all across the civilized world at the moment. Alien abduction? Bring it on. But this is just beyond ludicrous. The detail with which it's all recalled (under hypnosis) and c [...]


    26. This book appears to be dismissed outright by many skeptics on the sole basis of the account being outlandish. It certainly is a remarkable story -- a man who claims he was abducted by little grey men he calls visitors. But on the surface, the moon landing is an impossibility, too.The fact is, I've yet to see a convincing and thorough debunking of the story presented in Communion, and I believe any skeptic who wants to call Whitley Strieber crazy owes it to the man to point out where his story f [...]



    27. Author Whitley Strieber tries to come to grips with his repeating encounters with alien life forms and what the aliens might be hoping to accomplish. Interesting book, Strieber claims it is all true and does a good job writing it in a way that shows he believes it. It doesn't read like a novel, and Strieber lets the reader discover what he has "lost" as he discovers it through hypnosis, etc. Near the end of the novel (once he's unlocked many of his past extraterrestrial encounters), Strieber beg [...]


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