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TES4 Session 176 August 9, 1965 6/86 (7%) Ella buttons Aunt Jay Alice
– The Early Sessions: Book 4 of The Seth Material
– Session 176 August 9, 1965 9 PM Monday as Scheduled

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(On Sunday afternoon, August 8, Jane and I attended the funeral of my Aunt Ella Buck in Wellsburg, NY, a nearby small town. Ella was my father’s sister and died at 88. My mother and father and my brother Loren and his wife and son were also there. I had seen very little of Aunt Ella over the years, and Jane had met her twice, as best we can recall. I thought it might be interesting to ask Seth to comment on Ella, so I also mentioned this subject just before the session.

[... 3 paragraphs ...]

I had intended to further our discussion concerning dream reality. Nevertheless I will be glad to discuss your aunt Ella, whose entity name is Dorinella.

[... 18 paragraphs ...]

(I can say that as far as my own memory goes, Seth has furnished a stunningly accurate picture of Aunt Ella, her temperament, etc. The descriptions here tally very closely with my remembered childhood impressions of Aunt Ella, when I saw her most often.

[... 5 paragraphs ...]

(The material on buttons surprised me a great deal. I had forgotten about Ella’s penchant for collecting things, and as far as I know had not mentioned it to Jane. Jane had no conscious memory of my doing so. As soon as Seth mentioned buttons, I immediately had a picture of Aunt Ella holding an old-fashioned red tin box, in which many buttons lay. As a boy I had been fascinated by this.)

[... 10 paragraphs ...]

(Break at 9:54. Jane was dissociated as usual. Her pace had been rather fast, her eyes had remained closed. She had no offhand conscious memory of hearing about Aunt Ella’s penchant for collecting buttons, although she could have heard it easily enough from my mother, for instance.

[... 10 paragraphs ...]

You Aunt Ella was much less frightened of death than anyone might suppose. She loved life, if not the world, but she did not believe that death was really an end. She felt her will nearby. For several years she had begun to retreat from this existence, and as she did so she became happier.

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