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Started by Deb, October 11, 2018, 09:03:39 PM
Quote from: jbsethBefore I answer this question, I was wondering if you could give me some examples of what you mean by Jane distorting Seth with her personal religious beliefs?
Quote from: DebJane was brought up as a Christian, it began for her at an early age and was drummed into her head. She could never overcome it. Also, both Jane and Seth admitted that Jane could control what information came through her: if it was information that would upset her core beliefs, she could prevent it from coming through. My guess is she could also cloud the information that did get through, depending on how she felt at the time. My feeling is that this is the one topic that had the most opportunity for distortion, because of her deep seated beliefs about Christianity. She appeared to be more objective around other, less emotional topics. And while yes, there could be some distortions in all of the materials, Seth did say that with Jane there would be less distortion than with anyone else.
Quote from: jbsethI didn't expect anyone to necessarily believe any of the things that Thavis had to say. I just thought that it was interesting that he expressed "some" of the same concepts that Seth did (you don't die, reincarnation occurs, All Time is No Time, etc.). Some of these concepts expressed by Thavis, were new to me at that time, because I discovered the Thavis book, about 6 months before I discovered the Seth information.
Quote from: jbsethOn the other hand, maybe Thavis presented distorted information to Harry as a result of Thavis's personal beliefs; or maybe they both distorted the data?
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