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TES5 Session 213 December 1, 1965 12/67 (18%) Ormond test season envelope postmark
– The Early Sessions: Book 5 of The Seth Material
– Session 213 December 1, 1965 9:50 PM Wednesday

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(The 19th envelope test was held this evening. The test object was the front of an envelope mailed to us by Jane’s father last July. See the tracing on page 101. The writing was in blue ink on white paper. Note the error, 1985, in the postmark; I thought Seth might comment on this but he did not. The envelope front was folded once and placed between two sheets of Bristol, then sealed in the usual double envelopes.

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(It was now time for the 22nd Dr. Instream test. As usual Jane sat with her hands raised to her closed eyes while giving the data. She used pauses but all in all her pace was not particularly slow. Her voice was quiet. Resume at 10:03.)

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Do you have a test for me?

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(It was 10:15. This is the 19th envelope test. As usual I handed Jane the sealed double envelope. She held the envelope quietly, her eyes still closed. She took a sip of milk, then sat with her left hand to her face.)

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(Break at 10:22. Jane was dissociated as usual. Her eyes had remained closed except when she had sipped milk briefly. Her pace had been faster than usual for the material on both tests, her voice average.

(See the tracing of the test object on page 101. All in all the envelope test results were much superior to the previous two tests, and Jane was pleased. “A connection with water” can be our Elmira, New York address, 458 W. Water Street, or that both Ormond Beach and Daytona Beach, Florida, are on the ocean.

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(“One, two, three, or three of a kind,” can be the July 3 postmark date on the envelope. The envelope is addressed to Jane and me, “yourself and Ruburt,” but we do not particularly see where “afternoon” comes in. I remember the photograph of Jane and me taken at Marathon, Florida. “A border” regarding the test object does not ring a bell, but “Horizontal lines that are similar to each other,” are the postmark cancellation lines. The letter was mailed in July, “a spring or summer month.”

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(We do not see a connection with “Light and dark, with shadow shapes” particularly. Jane’s father, who addressed the envelope, can be “A connection with another individual, a male.” Jane’s father is of course “someone who visited here,” but we do not know what “A photograph” means, particularly, in the test data, since Seth did not elaborate.

(Usually now we do not ask Seth to explain every reference made in a test if we do not see any connection. We list what we see as connections, and have noted that if we are really puzzled about any test data, Seth will say something about the problem after break.

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I wanted to have a test, and what I said regarding tests in the last session still holds.

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(End at 10:45. Jane was dissociated as usual. Her eyes had opened and closed frequently, and she had been smoking. She felt good over the test results.)

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(Tracing of the quarter of a paper napkin used in the 20th envelope test, of December 6,1965, in the 214th session.)

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