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TECS4 ESP Class Session, December 7, 1971 16/91 (18%) sumari bette janice language seed

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(Jane played a tape of the Sumari session she and Rob had during the week. Sumari came through to explain the tape, then Seth spoke.)

You are all in at the start of something, and surely you do not want it all explained for you and written out in black and white. Save the discoveries for yourselves. I do not want to cheat you of them. I am interested as to how you will use your new Sumari experience, and how you will interpret, and how well you can read between the lines and within the words. And I will give you some clues out of the great goodness of my heart.

It is true that the Sumari do not communicate verbally, and yet so far you have been given what seems to be the rudiments of a language and why? You will know, but it is much more fun if you figure it out for yourselves. You are also being introduced, or you will be introduced, to some different kinds of concepts and to some different kinds of communication, so be on your toes. There should also be communications in one way or another in the dream state.

Now if you were not the Sumari you would not be here at this particular time, and if all of you did not know what it was to be Sumari you would not be here at all. You have been given a language it seems that is not a language. And since you have been given it there is a reason for it, and what earthly good is a language that is not a language? An ancient language that never was and within those paradoxes what meanings are there for you to learn? Now I have—I’ve always been Sumari. I am a tough old Sumari. I am a Sumari of the old school. A Tumali of the old school. And what is there about a language that has both beginnings and endings in it as you think of them, elements of a distant past and portents of what perhaps languages might be in your future? And why do you need a language beside the one that you have? And you need not worry, you will not have to learn declensions. I would not have you stew over that with all of your other problems (to Bette).

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Now you are beginning to communicate backward and trying to put aside the language that you knew and the phrases that you took for granted in order to approximate a more pure communication. One way of doing this would be to take several steps away from the language that you know to get into somewhat unfamiliar territory and to learn your way there, and then to be taken further down the primrose path where little by little the vowels and syllables themselves would disappear until you are at the pure sound and beneath that with true feeling. You see but a representation of me, as you realize. You see but a representation of this Sumari, as you realize. You see but the representation of yourselves in the mirror, as you realize, but behind these representations are larger multidimensional realities, and we have many teaching methods and you are apt learners. And we will indeed, with your permission and consent, lead you into other areas where you need not rely only upon the communication that you now take for granted, and we must begin by building bridges and so we shall.

[... 6 paragraphs ...]

That was a delightful statement, and I have been here all along. Someone has to overlook the goings on here. While the cat is away the mice will play and the Sumari are the trap.

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(A short pause then Sumari came through with a message for each class member. She  also explained a drawing Phil had made while listening to Jane and Rob’s session.

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If, and I am speaking now metaphorically, if-if-if-if-if there was ever a Sumari language existing in the past then it had to be created, and if you want it to be found you had better help create it. You are forming realities. There are people, there are groups of consciousness, who cannot speak. There are feelings that have no vocal expression. There are consciousness, groups of consciousness, that try to communicate and you cannot listen because you insist that they have a language.

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Now if you would truly learn how to listen, and you are beginning to, then you would know what I am saying and my own speech lately is carefully calculated. In certain terms, and remembering what I told you earlier, in certain terms the Sumari language does exist, and in certain terms you know it well. The Sumaris certainly exist, and you are here because you are a Sumari. And the Sumari have a way of looking in on their own now and then and coming home. These are your own secrets I am bringing out into the open. Questions that you have within yourselves. You need ways to make the answers plain to you so that you can understand them. We work in two directions. First we try to bring interior knowledge outward into some kind of physical materialization where you can deal with it in terms of sound or vision, and then we try to get you to go inward and dispense with sound and vision, so you are always working in two directions at once. And since past, present and future exist now in your terms you need bridges, because you do not really understand the nature of time, so you think you need a bridge to get from past to present or from past to future or from one kind of reality to another. This is not the case, of course, but while you think you need the bridges they are provided, and the Sumari are voices that call to you though they do not have sound. They are memories that come to you from yourselves from both the future and the past. They are yourselves speaking to you in multitudinous voices in many languages focused for you in a particular place and a particular time. You are the Sumari who communicate with you and they are you.

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Now I want you all to pay particular attention to your dreams again for some time. You should meet other Sumari in the dream state, and if you are on your toes you can discover some of the work that you do while you are sleeping and the Sumari that you meet. You can also learn more about yourselves by watching your conscious life and the Sumari that you may meet while you are waking.

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([Mary Ellen:] “Not all the people that you meet in the dream state are Sumari, right? Is Dr. Winston a Sumari?”)

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([Bette:] “This goes back to Sumari. Would I be right in saying that Sumari is like the very kernel or the very seed that we grow from?”)

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(Seth singing very loudly.) Sumari is a friend of mine and their time is your time. Now I certainly hope that you have that down on tape. It may not be a melodious, but it made the point I hope.

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([Bette:] “Now if we could somehow stop everything and go back this way we would all go right back to Sumari, right? To the core?”)

And you are Sumari now. The core is a core while it is more than the core. It is the seed. For example change core to seed. Sumari is the seed. It is also the tree that has grown from the seed and the leaves that have grown from the tree, and they all exist simultaneously. Did I get that across yet or did you like my song?

[... 18 paragraphs ...]

Now I bid you all a fond good evening, and I hope you meet many Sumari in your sleep and hopefully in the waking state and I hope that you read this session well, for when you see the words written down you will also hear what is between the words and hidden within the vowels and syllables.

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