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Jimmy Church
« on: September 02, 2019, 11:08:59 am »
Everything Jimmy Church.

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Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #1 on: September 02, 2019, 11:09:17 am »

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Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #2 on: September 02, 2019, 11:54:13 am »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_nJkUjd53Y

I stopped 25 minutes in. I'm surprised I lasted that long. This chick sounds like a little girl making it up as she goes along.

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Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #3 on: September 26, 2019, 10:52:29 am »
This was an alright interview, albeit a tad corny. I lost interest only a few segments in.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVdl1paimoE

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« Reply #4 on: September 26, 2019, 10:19:37 pm »
I like to listen to Jimmy now and again, but his cheesy "one too many goodbyes" schtick is so Hollyweird cliched.

"Thank you so much, behave, thank you so much...: and on and on and on.

He has more goodbyes in him than Steely Dan!
"I remember the thirty-five sweet goodbyes
When you put me on the Wolverine
Up to Annandale
It was still September
When your daddy was quite surprised
To find you with the working girls
In the county jail
I was smoking with the boys upstairs
When I heard about the whole affair
I said, whoa no
William and Mary won't do now."

In case you missed it he just had Whitley on and the immediate brush-off Whitley gave Jimmy over his onw experience with a "visitor" was rather abrupt and not at all compassionate. Look I know Whitley is all about sharing his own experiences, I just never got how much that was until I heard him blow Jimmy off to ramble on about his own visits (fascinating of course) with the little blue men.

Whitley talked about how he and Anne used to walk by an allegedly empty storefront in an old brownstone in NYC when they lived there and would go out to the bookstores on 5th Ave.

One night they passed the building's front window where occasionally one would see a lone woman sitting, just sitting, with a curtain behind her - the thinking being it was a prostitution business.

The night in question however there was motion in the window and they were startled to see a man in obvious distress trying to escape the place but being pulled back in by small blue men.

Needless to say they never walked past that place again.

It was compelling listening by any measure.

https://jimmychurchradio.com/whitley-strieber-on-fade-to-black-5/


Whitley Strieber is the author of the Communion series of books and many novels ranging from the Wolfen and the Hunger to the Grays and his exciting new Alien Hunter series. Communion, the Wolfen, the Hunger and Superstorm have all been made into movies, Superstorm as the Day After Tomorrow.
Tonight we are going to have a very open conversation on the current state of UFOs and ET contact, our government, community, and dive deep with someone who has been researching the subject for the last four decades.
Website:
http://www.unknowncountry.com/


I don't know if that's up somewhere else as a freebie, but I bet you'd have enjoyed the interview Azz.





Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #5 on: September 27, 2019, 07:54:33 pm »

The night in question however there was motion in the window and they were startled to see a man in obvious distress trying to escape the place but being pulled back in by small blue men.
Ha thats great reminds me of how Hoagy tried to convince Art that there was some kinda nefarious activity going on in the back of Old Navy stores.

To me, that kind of terror-of-the-mundane is alot more scary than any Jason/Freddy Kruger gore

One thing about Jimmy Church that annoys me is that he says he grew up listening to C2c but the guy looks like hes in his 50s and would have already been an adult when Art first got big. Hes also very cloying with his guests and callers

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Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #6 on: September 27, 2019, 08:58:26 pm »
Ha thats great reminds me of how Hoagy tried to convince Art that there was some kinda nefarious activity going on in the back of Old Navy stores.

Huh...did someone "fall into the Gap"?

Lol- had to go there...


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To me, that kind of terror-of-the-mundane is alot more scary than any Jason/Freddy Kruger gore

And as a storyteller Whitley is masterful!

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One thing about Jimmy Church that annoys me is that he says he grew up listening to C2c but the guy looks like hes in his 50s and would have already been an adult when Art first got big. Hes also very cloying with his guests and callers

It's that LaLa Land schmooze module he was raised with - Caliphonya culture rots.


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Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #7 on: September 28, 2019, 09:33:52 pm »
In case you missed it he just had Whitley on and the immediate brush-off Whitley gave Jimmy over his onw experience with a "visitor" was rather abrupt and not at all compassionate. Look I know Whitley is all about sharing his own experiences, I just never got how much that was until I heard him blow Jimmy off to ramble on about his own visits (fascinating of course) with the little blue men.

Whitley talked about how he and Anne used to walk by an allegedly empty storefront in an old brownstone in NYC when they lived there and would go out to the bookstores on 5th Ave.

One night they passed the building's front window where occasionally one would see a lone woman sitting, just sitting, with a curtain behind her - the thinking being it was a prostitution business.

The night in question however there was motion in the window and they were startled to see a man in obvious distress trying to escape the place but being pulled back in by small blue men.

Needless to say they never walked past that place again.

It was compelling listening by any measure.

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I don't know if that's up somewhere else as a freebie, but I bet you'd have enjoyed the interview Azz.

Aww, man, I see its for subscribers only. I take it you caught the show live, or are a fadernaut? Thanks for bringing this to my attention, because I always scramble to find new Whitley anywhere I can. I guess I could do some digging around the dark web and see if I come up with anything.

Whitley, although I enjoy his stories (and he retells a lot of them, changing certain parts over and over) he does seem to conduct himself like a bit of a douche canoe at times. On more than a few occasions he's contradicted himself in the span of a few minutes in interviews, and gets very uppity very quickly for a person painting the picture of alien visitors being as real as you or I.

I've come to think that some of his experiences may have been/or are hallucinations, and that, with his mercurial moods - angry, happy, sad - there may be something else going on with him ... Something he's never realised. He may be nuts, and need help. Selfishly, however, that doesn't stop me from enjoying the ride he takes/has taken me on over the years.

But c'mon ... Talking to your wife after she's dead and gone? That's fucked. Sorry.

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« Reply #8 on: September 29, 2019, 12:44:06 am »
If his wife IS in contact with him from the "other side" it does nothing but provide hope of the immortal soul - no bad thing at all.

I do agree that Whitley can be a bit of a pill in terms of it always having to be "his experience" vis a vis "the visitors".

That he shut Jimmy down so quickly with his own tale of being visited by a small man (4' or so - no skin color will be revealed by Jimmy yet) in his bedroom was shocking to me. The fact that this incident caused Jimmy to sleep with his lights and TV on for the next 10 years certainly means it was real enough to him!

How unfortunate Whitley basically blew him off to get back to his own experiences, one would think a dialog could have emerged. Jimmy was gracious to simply let him ramble on.


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« Reply #9 on: September 29, 2019, 12:53:47 am »
I cant listen to Whitley not even as a guest. He seems so maudlin, constantly steering the conversation to Ann, not unlike the way Heather is with Art

Jimmy probably made that story up anyway. Wouldnt trust that guy if he told me the sky was blue

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Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #10 on: September 29, 2019, 01:00:00 am »
He sounded damned convincing and I have heard him mention it before, so if it's creative license he is consistent.

The guy sounded genuinely shaken by it, but measuring what is genuine for him is another matter.

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Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #11 on: September 30, 2019, 08:36:43 am »
If his wife IS in contact with him from the "other side" it does nothing but provide hope of the immortal soul - no bad thing at all.

I do agree that Whitley can be a bit of a pill in terms of it always having to be "his experience" vis a vis "the visitors".

That he shut Jimmy down so quickly with his own tale of being visited by a small man (4' or so - no skin color will be revealed by Jimmy yet) in his bedroom was shocking to me. The fact that this incident caused Jimmy to sleep with his lights and TV on for the next 10 years certainly means it was real enough to him!

How unfortunate Whitley basically blew him off to get back to his own experiences, one would think a dialog could have emerged. Jimmy was gracious to simply let him ramble on.

If I remember correctly, Jimmy was reading Communion at the time he saw this alien. I recall him mentioning this before, in an earlier show with Whitley. I'll admit, when I first read Communion, a very similar thing happened to me. I was lying in bed one evening, and was overcome with this terrible sense of something coming through the windows (I had large sliding windows on the opposite end of the room, positioned at the foot of the bed - a decent ways away) and I could feel an oppressive, invasion of my space. The only trouble is I didn't "see" the visitor with my physical eyes, rather it was in my minds eye, the way my hallucinations have been known to happen - which I only realise today.

So, my conclusion is that Communion is certainly like a ouija board, tripwire, doorway or even soul signal to those entities ... Either that, or all of the fear and invasion is self-created, as we humans and our brains and psyche are awfully misunderstood and lost, when it comes to figuring out precisely what it is that makes us tick.

My guess is Whitley's behaviour with regard to Jimmy's retelling of experience is possibly appropriate, as I'm certain he has developed some sense of skill at parsing wheat and chaff, knowing how to detect truth in the vocal range of a person attempting to relate to him, and of course, his peculiar experiences.

In this sense, Whitley's reaction may very well be understandable. I mean, just imagine, for a second, being the poster child for alien visitation and abduction as it were ... Would one not tire of those spinning yarns, attempting to relate? My guess is yes.

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Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #12 on: September 30, 2019, 08:43:31 am »
I cant listen to Whitley not even as a guest. He seems so maudlin, constantly steering the conversation to Ann, not unlike the way Heather is with Art

Jimmy probably made that story up anyway. Wouldnt trust that guy if he told me the sky was blue

I have heard this notion expressed on more occasions that I can list, that Whitley is a guest most hit skip on. I'm always transfixed by his words, however. I guess he's just a polarizing figure.

I must admit, the pining for his dead life partner, on and on, does also bore and frustrate me. However, the generation he hails from was indeed a closer sort, very co-dependent in my view, to a fault almost. As deep as some of my relationships in life have been, I've never related to the morbid longing the elderly seem to express when their loved one departs this plain. I find it icky, but I'm riddled with fears of intimacy of my own, that I suspect are abnormal to say the least.

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« Reply #13 on: September 30, 2019, 05:02:07 pm »
If I remember correctly, Jimmy was reading Communion at the time he saw this alien. I recall him mentioning this before, in an earlier show with Whitley. I'll admit, when I first read Communion, a very similar thing happened to me. I was lying in bed one evening, and was overcome with this terrible sense of something coming through the windows (I had large sliding windows on the opposite end of the room, positioned at the foot of the bed - a decent ways away) and I could feel an oppressive, invasion of my space. The only trouble is I didn't "see" the visitor with my physical eyes, rather it was in my minds eye, the way my hallucinations have been known to happen - which I only realise today.

Good background - I know he states he locked eyes with the 4' man for about 15 minutes - a really long time for that kind of thing, when he turned, it was gone.

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So, my conclusion is that Communion is certainly like a ouija board, tripwire, doorway or even soul signal to those entities ... Either that, or all of the fear and invasion is self-created, as we humans and our brains and psyche are awfully misunderstood and lost, when it comes to figuring out precisely what it is that makes us tick.

Either is entirely plausible - we're dealign with beings that are inter-dimensional and that leaves many possibilities open.

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My guess is Whitley's behaviour with regard to Jimmy's retelling of experience is possibly appropriate, as I'm certain he has developed some sense of skill at parsing wheat and chaff, knowing how to detect truth in the vocal range of a person attempting to relate to him, and of course, his peculiar experiences.

No, it was more of a short blowoff, as if he was peeved at being made to hear some tale not of his own.

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In this sense, Whitley's reaction may very well be understandable. I mean, just imagine, for a second, being the poster child for alien visitation and abduction as it were ... Would one not tire of those spinning yarns, attempting to relate? My guess is yes.

I'd recommend listening to his podcast on a new film made on "The Seeding" of humans by aliens. This guest got a far more embracing reception than Jimmy. That said Whitley was quick to go off on Comedy Central TV (John Stewart?)  for trying to book him frecently or a chat on anal probing - or RAPE as he angrily and correctly termed it. He was pissed!

https://www.unknowncountry.com/dreamland/first-dynamite-abduction-docu-the-seeding-then-mysteries-of-the-denisovans-terror-in-the-americas/

First, Jon Sumple, creator of The Seeding, the dynamite new documentary about abductions, tells us about his experiences making the film, why he did it and what he learned about the abduction phenomenon while making this explosive film.

Then we go back in time to ancient America, and a time of extraordinary upheaval and change.

It is no longer controversial that a great catastrophe befell planet Earth about 12,000 years ago. The worst of this upheaval involved North America. The continent first burned, literally from coast to coast, then flooded as the Laurentide Glacier melted. This left a geologic feature now found all over the continent called the Black Mat, and it also eliminated American horses, giant ground sloths, mastodons, mammoths and many other creature, including virtually every human being on the continent except in the Pacific Northwest.

But that isn't the whole story, not by any means, and this week Greg Little returns to Dreamland, taking us back to that era and before, and showing that human populations, especially in South America, date back many thousands of years prior to what is conventionally taught, and that the Americas are a place of extraordinary spiritual power and great mystery.

Enthralling from beginning to end!

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Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #14 on: September 30, 2019, 05:03:45 pm »
I have heard this notion expressed on more occasions that I can list, that Whitley is a guest most hit skip on. I'm always transfixed by his words, however. I guess he's just a polarizing figure.

I must admit, the pining for his dead life partner, on and on, does also bore and frustrate me. However, the generation he hails from was indeed a closer sort, very co-dependent in my view, to a fault almost. As deep as some of my relationships in life have been, I've never related to the morbid longing the elderly seem to express when their loved one departs this plain. I find it icky, but I'm riddled with fears of intimacy of my own, that I suspect are abnormal to say the least.

I have the reason for that...you're not elderly yet!

Life is a bitch about revealing its insights before the brain sand develops.