1 result for (session:214 AND stemmed:discothequ)

TES5 Session 214 December 6, 1965 8/95 (8%) discotheque napkin washington white ultraviolet

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(The 20th envelope test was held during this session. See the tracing on page 107. For the test object I used part of one of the paper napkins Jane and I were given when we varied our routine prior to the 213th session, and visited a local discotheque for a beer. See the notes on this on page 102. The results of tonight’s test were very interesting. While we were in the discotheque ultraviolet lights were turned on when the entertainment began; this means the test object was viewed by us in this unusual light, and this fact shows in tonight’s test data.

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(See the tracing of the test object, the napkin from the discotheque, on page 107.

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(Jane felt that “white, snow white,” was valid data, even though she was thinking of a certain photo of my parent’s house, taken when there was deep snow. She saw this white as very bright. See my notes on page 109. When the ultraviolet lights were turned on in the discotheque, some colors were activated more than others. The light was actually quite dim, but the ultraviolet made anything white appear to be blinding white-paper, socks, white shirts, etc. The effect was very striking. The napkin was of white paper.

(There were two female dancers at the discotheque, and Jane felt that “a connection with another person” referred to one of these, although she couldn’t say why. We did not know either of them. One was brunette, one was blonde. Both of us liked the brunette the best, for whatever reason, and certainly she was the better dancer of the two.

(Jane felt good about “Purple. Large letters.” See the tracing. The word discotheque on the napkin was printed in a blue that was strongly on the red side, although actually short of being an outright purple. The letters are of course large. “Something fairly important... the following day” did not ring a bell with us. “automobile” could refer to our driving to the discotheque, though there could be other meanings here, we think.

(“yellow, as in sunlight,” is as interesting to us as the snow-white data listed above. Jane wore a white blouse to the discotheque. When the ultraviolet lights were turned on however, we were surprised to see a large, bright yellow stain on the front of her now brilliantly-white blouse. This stain was invisible in ordinary light. In addition, we discovered more similar yellow stains on both of Jane’s palms. We never did discover the source of the stains.

(“a gathering” can refer to the crowded discotheque, or bar. I wouldn’t say the napkin was an “item strongly connected” to me, although it was my napkin rather than Jane’s that I used for the test. Nor were my initials on it.

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(There may be an outside chance that we can confirm this data. A friend of ours who lives in our apartment house knows the two dancers, who live together in the neighborhood. But we do not know them, and this was the first time Jane and I had been in the discotheque in over a year.)

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