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TES5 24th Envelope Experiment (Caption) 15/285 (5%) peggy san seminar puerto rico

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(Seth’s statements are presented in full from each session, with the comments from Peggy and Bill just below each statement in italic type. The Gallaghers agreed on each answer, concerning the Puerto Rico material. They arrived in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Sunday, October 17. We begin with Seth’s material on them from the 199th session for October 18,1965, at 9 PM.)

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They think of an island that sounds like Sumatra, but is not. It is two words. More like San Mutro, though I do not believe that is exact.

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An avenue beginning with a B, or San B, period, where they ate lunch. San Beninno* (phonetically)* or similar.

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(See the notes on page 13 of the 200th session. Peggy’s sister was married on Saturday, October 16; the bride and groom left immediately for Puerto Rico on their honeymoon. Peggy and Bill left for Puerto Rico on vacation on Sunday, October 17. Jane and I were told that the two couples had no plans to meet in Puerto Rico, oddly enough; we recall Peggy saying for instance that she would not want to honeymoon with relatives close by. But these plans were obviously changed, the two couples soon meeting in San Juan.)

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(“On Sunday noon, October 24, we returned by airplane from St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, to San Juan, Puerto Rico. There was a woman dressed in blue on the plane. But she sat immediately forward of us, and to the right.”)

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(“However, when we flew to St. Thomas from San Juan on Friday, October 22, our plane left the airport at 10:45 AM.”

(Perhaps Jane’s puzzlement while giving the data on this page was caused by her confusing several airplane flights. The Gallaghers were involved in four airplane trips in a space of five days: From San Juan to St. Thomas, and back; from San Juan to New York City; from New York City to Elmira, NY.)

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(“Yes. This took place a week before, on the Sunday night we arrived in San Juan, October 17. We paid a $3.00 fare to go from the airport to our hotel. We thought the fare much too high and were both angry; the last time we had visited San Juan the same ride cost less than $2.00; perhaps $1.50.”)

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(The experience did not take place at five o’clock, but later one evening while Bill and Peggy were in a restaurant in San Juan. As an entertainer the restaurant had a white Puerto Rican female pianist. During a break she stood next to Bill at the bar. Bill then had the strange feeling that she would at once go back to her piano, on a raised platform, and begin to play. She did so. Bill then proceeded to name, in the correct order, the first three numbers the pianist would play. He has no idea as to how he was able to do this, or why he felt impelled to. After his first three correct calls he felt the ability wane, and began to make errors.

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San Wano Beach (phonetic.

(“Yes. Twice we swam at San Juan Municipal Beach.”

(Note by R.F.B.: After Peggy and Bill left for Puerto Rico, I quizzed Jane to see how much geographical knowledge she had of the island. It developed that she had but the most general idea, to the effect that it lay south of Florida in the Caribbean. She did not know the name San Juan, for instance; nor had the Gallaghers told her, since we asked them to tell us nothing about their projected trip as soon as it was mentioned.)

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Not much. San Quanamo or San Guatamalo Beach? Eating peaches or sitting on beaches.... Impressions were words.

(The Gallaghers brought back with them a map of Puerto Rico, including a street map of San Juan. It is interesting to note that the U.S. Naval Reservation of San Geronimo lies across a couple of hundred yards of open water from the spot where Bill Gallagher went swimming and skin diving.)

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(The map of Puerto Rico, brought back by Bill Gallagher, contains a street map of San Juan and other large cities together with an index of street names. A quick study for names similar to those given phonetically by Seth/Jane during the experiments has yielded no results, with the exception of the apparent similarity between San Geronimo and Jane’s psy-time impressions of San Quanamo and San Guatamalo. Any other similarities discovered later will be added to the record.

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