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TES5 Session 235 February 23, 1966 22/145 (15%) coaster hack dancing envelope terwilliger

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(The envelope object for tonight’s 35th experiment was a beer coaster that I picked up from our table last Saturday evening, at our favorite dining and dancing establishment here in Elmira. It was the one I had used. Jane and I met two young couples there by prearrangement, and we had much fun dancing. The coaster is made of heavy absorbent cardboard, so I peeled the top layer of paper from it. This contained the design, printed in red, without any unusual thickness to furnish Jane unwitting clues. It was sealed in the usual double envelope between two pieces of Bristol.

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(Jane spotted it at break at 10:28 before I did: part of the above data seems to pertain to this evening’s envelope object. This was interesting to me especially. I prepared tonight’s envelope sometime after supper, then forgot about it in the press of other business. When the time for the envelope experiment arrived, I then had the idea the envelope contained another object, one I had thought of earlier in the day. So my surprise was considerable, consciously, when Jane opened the envelope and revealed the coaster.)

[... 9 paragraphs ...]

(At 10:20 I handed Jane the 35th double envelope and she took it without opening her eyes. She held it against her forehead with her right hand.)

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(See the tracing of the envelope object on page 301. As stated, Jane was the first to notice that some of the data given for the Instream object of Monday, February 21, appeared to apply to our own envelope object for this evening, February 23.

(How much of this data on page 305 might pertain to the Instream object we do not know, but Jane had intuitive feelings that a bleed-through had occurred involving the envelope object. I go along with her in that such feelings are legitimate, since the basis of these experiments, as Seth has told us many times, is emotional.

(Jane felt that the following impressions on page 305 could very well apply to the envelope object:

(“Something that resembles a shield in shape, with inscriptions upon it.” We suppose that since shields are of many shapes, this can apply to the shape of the envelope object. The printed copy on the coaster can be inscriptions. Our dictionary does not distinguish as to whether inscriptions need be lettering or designs, such as the three glasses on the coaster, or can be both.

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(“Either the inscription or the insignia is of red color.” Our envelope object, the coaster, is printed in a bright red. The color of the porous paper or board is a typical light beige or tan, not resembling metal, and certainly not heavy in weight for its size. Seth also mentioned these last two points in connection with the Instream data for Monday.

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(Seth goes over the envelope results with us to some extent this evening, and answers a few questions pertaining to such experiments. First however there follows the connections Jane and I made with the envelope object, and Seth’s data on page 306.

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(“An enclosure.” We thought this a reference to the dining and dancing establishment we visited last Saturday evening, February 19, where I picked up the envelope object. Not to the establishment itself, but to the particular table we sat at with the other two couples. Its location, in one corner of the place, is unique; it sits on a raised platform perhaps two feet higher than the other tables; the dance band is on the left, the fireplace on the right, with an excellent view of the dance floor in between. The table itself is round, and backed up by a wide circular leather-covered divan-type of seat. In short, it’s the best seat in the house.

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(“A paper item.” The envelope object is a paper item. As stated, it originally was quite thick, so I peeled the top layer from it, containing the design printed in red, to insert into the double envelopes. This reduced it to the thickness of rather heavy writing paper. When this thin layer was enclosed between the regular two pieces of Bristol, then sealed in the usual double envelope, it was not possible to judge by feel, or weight, that it was in any way somewhat different from the usual envelope object.

(“Connected with the initials J R.” Jane said she felt this was a reference to the entity names Seth has assigned to us, Joseph and Ruburt. Of course this kind of data could apply to many envelope objects.

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(“A connection with grassy land”, led Jane to say a connection could be seen with the envelope object after all. When she gave this impression, she had the mental impression of grain; thus her voicing the word grassy came from the mental grain. Jane had the idea, now, that the envelope object advertised beer, made from grain.

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(“Four, five, no, six, the number six.” Here again Seth leads Jane by his method of counting. There were six of us in our gathering last Saturday evening, when I obtained the envelope object.

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(Jane paused and smiled broadly. See the reference to “A connection with grassy land,” and “and a person who was not familiar to you personally.” in the envelope data. At once I recalled an incident that took place at the dancing establishment last Saturday evening; the six in our party had watched it with much amusement.

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(So Jane, while voicing the impression of “grassy land”, had the mental impression of grain, which referred to a man named Rice, who was present in the place where I obtained the envelope object. The connections are as far out as Hack Rice’s funny behavior.)

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(The number 4 does appear in the small code number printed on the envelope object, inside the bottom border. We missed noting this during break. We had also forgotten that we met Marilyn and Don Wilbur first at the dancing establishment, and had time for our first drink before Ann Diebler and her escort, Paul Sinderman, arrived.

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(Now see my notes on page 305, concerning my consciously forgetting the contentsof the double envelope used in this evening’s experiment. I was sure that subconsciously however I knew the contents well.

(“Well, it seems the data on the Instream object for last Monday became entangled with tonight’s envelope object data. Did you pick this up from me, telepathically, or clairvoyantly from the envelope object itself?”)

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(“From the envelope object itself, some time before we got to the envelope experiment?”

(In the 180th session, after the second envelope experiment, Seth told us he worked well clairvoyantly with objects, although at times telepathy could enter into such experiments.)

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(“Then did your ‘Someone runs away.’ envelope data have a strong emotional color?”

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