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TES1 Session 12 January 2, 1964 8/52 (15%) wires cubes board plane female

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(After the success of last night’s session, during which Jane manifested some startling phenomena with her left hand and arm, we were naturally curious to learn what Seth would have to say about it during a regular session with the board. We decided to try for another unscheduled session, rather than wait until next Monday, January 6, as we would have done ordinarily. We sat at the board, as usual.

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(Gratis. Through the board.)

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(Halfway through this answer, Jane laid the board aside, rose and began to dictate. Just before doing this, she had begun speaking the answers aloud in advance of the board.

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(Break at 10:27. After the rest, we sat again at the board, but almost immediately Jane laid the board aside, got up and resumed dictating. Resume at 10:47.)

I would suggest in the future that you attend the board at regular sessions. It is better to meet with me less often, but on a regular schedule, than meet with me three or four times one week and none the next. A certain period of recuperation is necessary for all of us, for you two more, but it also involves me in shall I say extracurricular activities. This is my first lesson class.

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The board is a matter of formality, actually exceedingly important in that it renews contact in a familiar manner, and also I have always been partial to formality to some extent. The board gives us each a breathing spell, and is a method of saying good day or good evening or tipping one’s hat. I’m also of the opinion that small ritual tends to emphasize data in the mind, and set it off to advantage, in the same way that good cuisine is set off by fine dishes.

Incidentally I know Jane’s old friend, Father Trainor, who also liked his food, perhaps too well. And so good night. At the end of a session I think it would be most cordial merely to touch your hands briefly to the board. You’re lucky that I don’t request you wear full dress clothing.

(We said good night on the board. Session ended at 11:15 PM.)

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