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TES6 Session 275 July 25, 1966 10/96 (10%) ticket park gathering blanket treman

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(The envelope object for the 64th envelope experiment was a parking ticket obtained at Robert Treman State Park, near Ithaca, NY, on July 12,1966, on our recent vacation. It is printed in black on card stock, with the serial number in a light blue ink. I enclosed it between two pieces of Bristol, then inserted this into the usual double envelopes. Ithaca is 30-some miles northest of Elmira.

(We visited the park three times during that week, but I kept the date for the ticket straight by attaching a penciled slip to it. As it happens some of the envelope data arises out of our two subsequent visits. The first visit was on Tuesday, July 12, the second on Thursday, July 14, and the third on Saturday, July 16.

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(See the tracing of the object and the notes on page 284. As stated we obtained the parking ticket used as object on July 12,1966 at Robert Treman State Park, Ithaca, NY, and I kept track of this date by attaching a note to the ticket. Other visits to the same park later in the week enter into the data, and these will be discussed as the need arises. Seth also helps out after break. In the meantime Jane and I began making our own connections with the object.

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(“A small round object in a lower corner, rather balanced by another round object in a diagonal corner.” Jane, her eyes closed, indicated both ends of the envelope. There was of course but one object, the parking ticket, in the envelopes. Two of its corners are beveled but hardly round. The object however is small in comparison to the envelopes. Jane had one of her images here, seeing mentally two small objects in a space resembling the usual envelopes; she saw no detail however.

(“A center, as the center of spokes. As the spokes of a wheel, for example.” In a free manner Seth uses associations of Jane’s to get at the idea of a car, or travel. The parking ticket was obtained at the state park as a result of a 60-mile round trip by automobile, as were the two subsequent parking tickets for the same state park. But again no mention of either a car or the park in specific terms.

(“A connection with the number five. This could refer to a date or to five people. At an affair or a gathering, and this is a distant connection.” A somewhat distant connection, but a good one, we believe. As stated Jane and I visited Enfield Glen, or Robert Treman State Park, three times—July 12 for Tuesday, July 14 for Thursday, and July 16 for Saturday. The envelope object contained the ticket for the visit of July 12. We also obtained like objects for the other two visits, and Seth evidently uses this fact to lead to related connections. The above data concerns our visit to Enfield Glen on Saturday, July 16.

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(“The impression of a chain, or chain of events.” Jane felt subjectively that this referred to the mention on the back of the parking ticket regarding the Finger Lakes State Parks Commission, which includes several parks of course in its territory.

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(“A printed note.” Here Jane was subjectively sure that this refers to the envelope object. The back of the parking ticket bears 15 lines of fine print pertaining to automobiles, loss or damage, etc. Jane said this data is the way she would refer to such an object.

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(Second Question: Can you say something more about G or J or A? “The initials or the letters seem to be connected with a square item, or package.” As stated, there were two Anns at the gathering Saturday, and a Jane and a Joe, etc. See page 284. This would connect such initials with the fact that the envelope object is a square item, [although not a package]. However, remember that the object came from our visit of Tuesday July 12, whereas the gathering was held on Saturday July 16. The link here being that a parking ticket was also obtained, and saved by me, during Saturday’s visit; this ticket was the same except for the serial number as the ticket used as object.

(Question: “Can you say something about the five people?” “Three females and two males.” See the five and gathering data on page 289, concerning my brother Dick and his family. The next two questions also develop this particular data begun on page 289. And again, the link here being parking tickets for both our July 12 and July 16 visits to Enfield Glen/Robert Treman State Park.

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