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TES4 Session 197 October 11, 1965 10/68 (15%) electromagnetic test peggy coded identity

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(For the test this evening I chose a page from my notepad. Jane and I have been trying to think of a good title for her book dealing with Seth and the material, since she has begun work on it. See the tracing on page 322. The page is on white paper, and the writing on the tracing is done with the same pen I used to make the original notes. I sealed the folded page in the usual double envelopes, also inserting two pieces of Bristol board for stiffeners. It’s our 13th envelope test.

[... 40 paragraphs ...]

Do you have a test for me?

[... 1 paragraph ...]

(As usual I handed Jane the double test envelope. She took it while her eyes remained closed.)

[... 6 paragraphs ...]

(Once again Jane considered the test a failure, and attributed it to her being upset today. As it developed we did not ask Seth for specific information on the impressions, so I do not know whether they were merely too far-ranging for our purposes, or simply errors. I saw possible connections with a few of them, and will note them for the record.

[... 1 paragraph ...]

(The material on a dog reminded me that the Bristol stiffeners I enclosed tonight’s test paper in were the same two in which I had enclosed the test photo for the 11th envelope test, in the 194th session. The photo was of our dog, Mischa, now dead. It was taken several years ago or more, on a hot day in the summer; Jane was also with a man whose first initial was W on that day.

(If impressions can attach themselves to the test object itself, they can attach themselves to any other object; so once again it appears that the problem for Jane is one of discrimination. She was disappointed at the results of this evening’s test especially when comparing it with the good results of last Friday’s spontaneous affair with the Gallaghers. See pages 316-321.

[... 2 paragraphs ...]

I will no longer ask you if you have a test. You will simply at your leisure hand me a test when you have one for me, at any time in the session. You may, in other words, interrupt. Do not tell Ruburt the results of the test immediately.

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(It will be recalled that Seth himself [or Jane?] initiated the idea of asking me if I had an envelope test at each session. The first such test was held in the 179th session, and Jane knew about it before the session began. In that session however Seth also said it would be better if Jane did not know whether I planned a test before any particular session.

(In the 180th session however, Seth’s comments led into the second envelope test, and in the 183rd session Seth queried me outright as to whether I had a third test for him. This process set up a pattern which we have followed ever since.

(As stated before, the Gallaghers leave for a vacation in Puerto Rico next week; the four of us have planned some clairvoyant tests. Perhaps Seth will be able to tune in on the bizarre event involving the Gallaghers before they return home.

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