By Seth, Jane Roberts, Robert F. Butts

Seesions 43-85 - moment quantity within the Seth classes.

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Not his co 1 1 t e r n p ora ry, y o 1 1 r so u , hut ha ired and lecherous, lustful old geeze r- 11 l •o � r r c l l hl' S tl·d , wh i t e­ (! had to laugh. ( '' 'T V/I_ ? "\ wr JO, me. ; You, in the act of deflowering the fai r maiden, who incidentally had already been deflowered many times before. This story is truly one for the ages. You, Joseph, dropped your pretty parcel; this is for the record, so I shan't note the position in which you had her so tenderly enfolded. There was no light in the barn.

This time it was a syndicated comic strip. Indeed, Ed introduced me to jane the day after I moved to Saratoga, where I lived for about a year in the mid-fifties. Within a year jane and I were married Then for some time we did not see Ed,· the last time was during an overnight stopover in New Paltz, when jane and I were on our way to York Beach, Maine, on vacation. It will be recalled that it was in the dance hall at York Beach that jane and I saw the projectedftagments ofour own personalities, that Seth dealt with so extensively in the 9th session, ofDecember 18, 1963.

I must use phrases with which your minds are somewhat familiar. I must use l{uburt's subconscious to some degree. If I did not take advantage of your own camouflage system, then you would not be able to understand the material at t h is time. Inner data, even this, must make its entry through some distortion. We must always work together, but you must never consider me as an infallible source. This material is more valid than any material possible on your plane, but it is nevertheless to some degree conditioned by the camouflage attributes of the plane.

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