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TES5 Session 214 December 6, 1965 5/95 (5%) discotheque napkin washington white ultraviolet

[... 67 paragraphs ...]

A turn up, something turned up. A photograph. I think of white, snow white. A house. A connection with the past, and with your parents.

[... 6 paragraphs ...]

(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.

[... 2 paragraphs ...]

(“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.

[... 1 paragraph ...]

(Jane said that as she began giving the data, the association she made with Seth’s data, “white, snow white,” led her to consider the particular photo of my parents’ house taken after a deep snowfall. She said that at this stage of her development it is very difficult for her to tell when such personal associations enter in, unless Seth himself notes it by saying “Ruburt here thinks of a photograph,” etc. Jane said she saw the photo in her mind’s eye, but that as she continued to speak, she eventually received a hazy picture, a “nebulous impression,” of a bar. She did not mention the bar in the test data, and indeed had forgotten it until our discussion of the test brought it back to her mind.

[... 6 paragraphs ...]

The snow white referred to the colors, or to the color, rather, of the napkin in the light. The snow I used merely because the white was so blinding, and this led Ruburt to his own associations, concerning your parents’ house, and a particular photograph which was taken in the wintertime. But we managed to continue on after this, to deliver some fairly decent impressions. He is still learning, and it is quite all right.

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