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TES7 Session 292 October 10, 1966 cap beer Friday tipping trio

(Two other couples visited us last Friday evening, Bill and Peggy Gallagher, and Marilyn and Don Wilbur. Jane and I furnished wine, so did the Gallaghers, and the Wilburs brought two six-packs of beer—one of Draft Beer, the other of Carling Black Label.

(Jane had some images and these will be mentioned in place. This is a case where Jane had seen one of the two items making up the envelope objects very recently—the beer can cap, on Friday, October 7, three days ago. She had never seen my penned note bearing the date and identifying the brand of beer, Draft Beer. See pages 86-88 for tracings of the two envelope objects, and the beer can. I might add that Jane saw the beer can cap only in a casual way. There were quite a few lying about our living room Friday evening. Our candle was not lit until late that evening. When I picked up a cap to blacken in the flame I thought this would focus Jane’s conscious attention on this particular one, but she told me at break tonight that she hadn’t noticed my heating the cap, or else had forgotten it.

(“A vertical format.” Seth didn’t help us out here and I neglected to ask him to after break, but in view of later data Jane and I believe this applies to the design on the Draft Beer can, furnishing the cap used as one of the envelope objects. See page 88. Due to its nature a beer can would bear a vertical format. The card table we used had a plain brown top; but perhaps Seth referred to something else.

TES5 Session 235 February 23, 1966 coaster Hack Terwilliger envelope dancing

(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. [...]

[...] She had smoked, and sipped wine occasionally. [...]

(Jane paused at 10:12, took a sip of wine without appearing to open her eyes, then gave voice to the last sentence above. [...]

TPS2 Deleted Session October 1, 1973 improvements tomatoes badminton tendons mobility

[...] Beer in any quantity should now be avoided. [...]

One brief remark: A rosé wine, rather than your Pisano.

SS Part One: Chapter 1: Session 511, January 21, 1970 delusion ghost book readers grown

[...] She smokes in trance and sips a little wine, beer, or coffee. [...]

TES7 Session 291 October 5, 1966 generic bull lifelines images cap

(Tracings of the beer can cap, and my note, used as the objects in the 73rd envelope experiment, in the 292nd session for October 10,1966.)

(Backs of the beer can cap, and my note.)

(Drawing of a draft beer can. [...]

TES7 Session 283 September 5, 1966 Barbara Goose postcard va card

(3rd Question: Can you say something about wine or the wine house? [...] See the wine house data-interpretation on page 23. [...]

[...] A distant connection with wine or a wine house. [...]

(“Can you say something about wine or the wine house?”

TES8 Session 347 June 19, 1967 cues recovery vacation swelling reversal

The swelling has to do with a chemical that encouraged in certain parts of the body only a retention of fluid, and this was aggravated by beer consumption, and also by the drinking of whole milk.

[...] I am no medical man… Because of the psychological condition he extracted, or he used this in both whole milk and beer, in such a way that it left residues near certain joints, blocking passageways and allowing fluids to accumulate. [...]

[...] Beer and whole milk are contained in the list. [...]

ECS1 ESP Class Session, October 8, 1968 bell task Lafinda ring brandy

For your information I can taste the wine and fortunately I am not affected by the wine, although Ruburt may be. [...]

[...] —The wine is not as good as the brandy! [...]

UR1 Section 1: Session 682 February 13, 1974 units propensities unpredictability probable selection

(Indeed, we were out of beer, which Jane usually drinks during the sessions, and she didn’t want any wine. [...]

TES8 Rob Pendulum Q&A June 12, 1967 tomato canned corn margarine garlic

5) Beer.

TPS3 Session 710 (Deleted Portion) October 7, 1974 indoctrinations philosophically challenging religious cowering

(“Do you want me to get you some beer?”

TPS7 Deleted Session December 25, 1983 suction Christmas plate Georgia fastened

[...] Peg and Bill Gallagher visited Jane at 11:00 last night, sneaking in through the emergency exit, Jane said, and left presents, including wine, for us. [...]

[...] Georgia got us some ice and we each had a glass of the wine the Gallaghers had left. [...]

TES7 Session 310 January 9, 1967 Keck Caroline Pomerantz Louis Brooklyn

Wine rather than the grain beer. [...]

TES9 Session 441 October 9, 1968 mythlin male proportionately Zeno Pitre

[...] Ruburt lately has looked for spontaneous release in anonymous social situations—the beer in the crowded bar. [...]

[...] I made her put on her glasses, drink wine, walk about, etc. [...]

TPS3 Session 768 (Deleted Portion) March 22, 1976 ence ex peri Wheeler tal

[...] She drank three bottles of beer during the session—more than she usually does. [...]

[...] She felt the effects of the beer. [...]

ECS1 ESP Class Session, June 4, 1968 sic Theodore spare immortalized shortcuts

[...] This room is saturated with my presence as if you had sprinkled it with that heady wine, aged wine. [...]

[...] My energy has been silent but potent in this room, like that bottle of wine that sits upon the table. [...]

TES3 Session 103 November 2, 1964 chest peaks wine unscheduled car

[...] In an intimate gathering of close friends, if a few glasses of wine are drunk, and if Ruburt happens to then be increasingly aware of inner data, there is not anything out of the way in holding a session, if this happens only occasionally. Indeed a judicious (underline judicious) use of wine is somewhat beneficial, but never to be overdone, and this is very important.

Also here a word concerning wine, in connection with sessions.

[...] Since, however, he has noticed that occasionally, without touching a drop of wine during a given session, he nevertheless feels as if he had been indulging, so I would like to make a brief explanation.

TES2 Session 70 July 13, 1964 Philip John compromise jeopardize demented

(For the record, let it be added that although we did go out for beer, we first took John up to the house we plan to buy for a quick inspection of the property. [...]

[...] We sat on the long wide front porch and drank the beer. [...]

(Nor did he reveal his presence while we sat in a neighborhood tavern later, with more beer. [...]

TES1 February 14, 1964 whatnot sensation nibbling suffusing principally

(Two similarities between this time and last time: Although other people weren’t present as they were before, tonight Jane and I were discussing others; and I was also sipping wine [again my first small glass] like before.)

TMA Session Nine September 8, 1980 stomach Hall Prentice logic medical

[...] …” She sipped wine and laughed. [...]

(“I was so aware of my body today,” she commented, “that I wondered if I’d be aware of it during the session, but all I remember is drinking wine — which is the kind of thing I usually remember.”

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