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Among the communicators in this recording are;
actress Gertude Lawrence, producer Florenz Ziegfeld
and spiritual teacher Helena Blavatsky.


Group Sitting 


Recorded: November 19th 1953


This is the second experimental recording ever made
by Leslie Flint's own regular Thursday séance group. 


In this complete recording we hear various communicators
address the group, including; 

a spirit child named Albert who aspires to be like Mickey, 
spiritual teacher Helena Petrovna Blavatsky,
British actress Gertrude Lawrence,

American producer Florenz Ziegfeld Jr,
 sitter Rose Creet's own brother, 
and Flint's guide White Wing.

 

Note: This enhanced recording is over 60 years old
and although it is clear, it is not to modern standards.

 

Read the full transcript below as you listen



Present: 
Leslie Flint, Florence Hurts, Rose Creet, Leslie Rowlinson

Communicators:
An American gentleman,
Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (H.P.B.)

Albert,

Theo, (Rose Creet's brother)

Singer, (Egyptian/Arabic)
Mickey,

Sam,

Monsieur,

Jock,

Bulgarian gentleman,

Gertrude Lawrence,

Florenz Ziegfeld Jr,

White Wing.



American:

Yeah, sure. They thought I might be of some value. I don't know quite in what way yet, but I thought perhaps a few of my experiences might be interesting to you, you know?


Rowlinson:

Yes, certainly. It all works out...


American:

Takes all kinds over here to make a world, just the same as it does in your world.


Rowlinson:

Yes.


American:

Yeah, I'll try and give you a few of my experiences after I was shot.

Ah, the funniest things happened to me I tell ya.


Creet:

Oh, can't you tell us a little now?


American:

I don't think I'm allowed to.


Creet:

No, better not.


H.P.B:

No, not now!


American:

Alright ma'am, I'm coming. Alright I'm coming!


[Laughter]


[Break in recording]


H.P.B:

...I want each communicator to have just a little while with you...


Hurts:

Yes.


H.P.B:

...to get used to speaking. And then when they can speak properly, week by week, they can then recount their own experiences in their own way. But I do not want them to spend to much time as yet. I want them to take it gradually, become proficient, I want them to get over their personalities to you, so that you have a complete record on your machine for future reference, and gradually as they become better and better, so they will stay longer and talk to you about things which, I'm sure will be to you of value and of interest to you and those who take any interest in what we are doing.


We have a very, very interesting work to do and I am quite sure, with your love and co-operation, we shall make quite a success of it. Now I mustn't waste time either. It's all very well for me to tell other people not to waste time, I mustn't do it myself. I must bring someone else.


Creet:

Ah...I'm afraid it was my fault. I asked...


H.P.B.

I do wish you had arranged to have your dog shut in the other room.



[Short silence]



Albert:

Hello...


Sitters:

Hello.


Albert:

Can you hear what I say?


Rowlinson:

Yes, very well.


Albert:

Hello Leslie.


Rowlinson:

Hello, how are you?


Albert:

Oh I'm fine. You alright too?


Rowlinson:

Yes, I'm fine thanks.


Albert:

Hello auntie...


Rowlinson:

Which auntie?


Albert:

Auntie Rosie!


Creet:

Oh hello dear. Isn't that, um, oh...


Flint:

Sounds like Albert...


Creet:

Albert.


Albert:

Aye. I haven't been for a long time though. I haven't been able to come.


Rowlinson:

Haven't you?


Albert:

No. I've been away.


Rowlinson:

Where have you been?


Albert:

School.


Rowlinson:

Have you?


Albert:

Aye.


Rowlinson:

Aha...


Albert:

I got in here though. I brought him. Ha ha !


[Laughter]

Albert:

He brought me with him, he did. He didn't think I could come.


Rowlinson:

Mmm?


Albert:

I know the lady, but she don't know me.


Hurts:

Me?


Creet:

Yes.


Albert:

Aye. I know you, love.


Hurts:

Oh do you?


Albert:

Aye.


Hurts:

Oh?


Albert:

You're Florrie.


Hurts:

Yes, I am.


Albert:

Aye, I know. Mickey told me about you.


Hurts:

Oh did he...?


Albert:

Aye. You helped medium when he was a baby!


[Laughter]


Flint:

A baby?


Hurts:

I hope Mickey said nice things about me?


Albert:

Aye. He says nice things about you. I never hear Mickey nothing bad about no one.


Rowlinson:

Good. Dear old Mick.


Hurts:

No.


Albert:

Aye. He might say what he thinks, but he never let no one [unintelligible] yet.


Hurts:

No, he hasn't has he.


Albert:

I'm being trained for similar job.


Hurts:

Are you?


Albert:

Aye, but I can't find medium!


[Laughter]


Hurts:

Come to my house and find one, will you?


Albert:

Aye. I'll come and see you and all, mate.


Hurts:

Yes?


Albert:

Aye, but perhaps you got your own people helping thee?


Hurts:

Well we don't mind having somebody else.


Albert:

Aye, but I want to be exclusive!


[Laughter]


Hurts:

Oh right. Well I have [unintelligible] put away, so you can have...come and find one I think.


Albert:

Aye. I want to take turns like Mickey. If I find the right medium, like.


Hurts:

Yes?


Albert:

You eating sweets?


Hurts:

Me, eating sweets?


Albert:

Aye.


Hurts:

No.


Albert:

What are thee sucking?


[Laughter]


Hurts:

I have been eating sweet, uh, sweets.


[Coughing]


Albert:

Aye, lady eats sweets.


[Coughing]


Hurts:

You can come and have a try.


Albert:

Aye. You got a cold, love?


Rowlinson:

Me? No just a tickle.


Albert:

I heard thee cough though.


Rowlinson:

Did you?


Albert:

Hello Rosie.


Creet:

Hello dear.


Albert:

Can you hear what I say?


Creet:

Yes.


H.P.B:

Come away, come away.


Albert:

I come? Aww!


[Laughter]


Albert:

I got to go.


Creet:

Alright Albert.


Albert:

Aye. She said I've got to finish.


Creet:

Oh. Alright Albert.


Hurts:

Oh what a shame.


Albert:

Aye.

Creet:

Thank you for coming.


Albert:

Bye.


Sitters:

Goodbye Albert. God bless you.


Hurts:

I've heard him before.


Flint:

He's loud isn't he?


Hurts:

My goodness...


Creet:

Oh he was quite close.


Hurts:

...walking in front of us.


Flint:

Mmm...


Theo:

Hello Rosie.


Creet:

Oh, hello dear.


Theo:

It's Theo.


Creet:

Yes...darling.


Theo:

I can come for a few minutes.


Creet:

Yes.


Theo:

I just wanted you to know that I was here tonight, you know, in the meeting, like.


[Creaking]


Theo:

I want you to come and speak to me on your own.


Creet:

Oh right, I will.


Theo:

I can't very well say things to you now. I mean, because it isn't permitted in this circle...


Creet:

No.


Theo:

...to discuss personal things, but I hope you will come and speak to me, so that I can talk to you alone, you see?


Creet:

Yes...


Theo:

So perhaps you can arrange it?


Creet:

Alright.


Theo:

All my love. And Mummy sends her love to you.


Creet:

Oh, all my love to her and to you darling.


Theo:

Thank you.


Creet:

And I hope I shall be able to speak to you very soon.


Theo:

I was wondering...if you could manage to come on your birthday?


Creet:

Oh, I'll try.


Theo:

God bless. Goodbye.


Creet:

Alright. Goodbye dear.


Flint:

[Sniffing]


Female spirit:

[Singing]


Sitters:

[Whispering]


Female spirit:

[Singing continues...]


Flint:

I think we've had that voice before.


Creet:

I can't understand what she's saying.


Mickey:

Hold on...


Rowlinson:

Hello Mickey.


Creet:

Mickey...


Mickey:

I think she was Egyptian.


Creet:

Egyptian was she?


Sitters:

[Discussing the language]


Voice:

Arabic.



[Short silence]



Sam:

Good evening.


Sitters:

Good evening.


Sam:

Good evening Mr Rowlinson.


Rowlinson:

Good evening.


Sam:

Good evening my friends.


Creet:

Good evening.


Sam:

Can you hear me?


Creet:

Yes. That you Sam isn't it?


Sam:

That's right lady.


Creet:

Good.


Rowlinson:

Very nice to hear you.


Sam:

I wasn't quite sure if you could hear me or not. You can hear me now?


Creet:

Yes, very well.


Sam:

Yes, good. Well a little bit more practice won't do me any harm.


Creet:

[Laughing]


Sam:

Well this is nice. We've got a visitor tonight I see.


Creet:

Yes.


Sam:

Well, well, well. I'm very pleased to meet you ma'am.


Creet:

[Whispering] He's talking to you.


Rowlinson:

He's very pleased to meet you Mrs Hurts.


Hurts:

Oh, thank you. God bless you.


Sam:

You've got a lot of friends round you, lady.


Hurts:

Aha...


Sam:

Some very fine people here tonight.


Creet:

Who are here Sam? Anybody you know...or that we know?


Sam:

I'd like to ask that lady - the new lady - a question. I understand you have a circle.


Hurts:

Yes.

Sam:

Well, I don't know if you are conscious of it, but you've, um, been having, um, some rather interesting visitors who have also turned up here tonight.


Hurts:

Oh?


Sam:

And, uh, one of the people, um, is, uh...is, uh, Kitchener.


Hurts:

Oh yes?


Sam:

But I don't know whether he came recently or whether it was a long time ago.


Hurts:

A long time ago.


Sam:

But, um, this gentleman Kitchener - Lord Kitchener...


Hurts:

Yes?

Sam:

...he seems to have some interest in your work, in conjunction with someone in your meetings - a gentleman - and I think, uh, that he will manifest.


Hurts:

Thank you.


Sam:

And, uh, apart from him, the gentleman here; the clergyman, who has made several attempts to get through in your meetings...


Hurts:

Yes?


Sam:

...is Mr Vale Owen.


Hurts:

Oh. Vale Owen, yes, yes.


Sam:

You have some very fine guides and some very fine controls and some very interesting visitors.


Hurts:

Thank you.


Sam:

You know, you don't, uh, you don't give yourself much chance; that's a pity.


Hurts:

No I don't.


Sam:

Seems a pity to me my dear...


Hurts:

Oh, alright.


Sam:

...and I suppose after all, if you had circles for development of others, you must expect, in a sense, to be in the background. But it is a pity. Because your own guides, you know, I think they'd like to control you more than they do.


Hurts:

Alright, I'll let them then.


Sam:

But, um, you've certainly got some very nice people here.


Hurts:

Yes, thank you.

Sam:

You bring very nice conditions. I wish you was a member of this meeting.


Hurts:

Well I'm going to try and come as often as I can.


Sam:

Oh well, as far as I'm concerned you'd be most welcome...and I'm quite sure everyone else feels the same. Still, I mustn't take, uh, I mustn't take control...


Hurts:

Well, we'll see what can...


Sam:

...I shall have Mrs H.P.B. after me!


[Laughter]

[Coughing]


Hurts:

Thank you.



[Short pause]



Monsieur:

Hello.


Creet:

Hello?


Monsieur:

Good Evening.


Creet:

Good Evening.


Monsieur:

Good Evening. I am, uh, here tonight...


Creet:

Yes?


Monsieur

...just to say a few words to you.


Creet:

Oh, is that you Monsieur?


Monsieur:

I just come for a few moments...to let you know I am here.


Creet:

Oh lovely!


Monsieur:

I, uh, bring my orchestra. I bring all my musicians.


Creet:

Oh...oh Monsieur!


Monsieur:

I am, uh, getting, what you say, more practice, you know. I told you that I was, uh, content to go step by step.


Creet:

Yes, thats...


Monsieur:

And so tonight I, uh, bring some of my friends, my musicians, you know, my orchestra.


Creet:

Yes?

Monsieur:

Uh, but I want them all to get used to the conditions. I want them eventually to be able to, to, to blend more...


Creet:

Oh Monsieur, that's so...


Monsieur:

...so that you will have some idea, small idea, of the music of the spheres, you know. It is not impossible after all, if one person can speak or two people can speak, why not, uh, several people? Why not an orchestra of musicians?


Creet:

Yes.


Monsieur:

It is only a matter of the power and once we have enough power for it and, uh, we have enough experience on this side, and uh, we shall do it, you know - and you'll be able to record on your machine. And we'll have [unintelligible] everything for me or maybe I...no, no...

...but uh, you wait. We do it.


Creet:

One of your own?


Monsieur:

Impossible.


Creet:

Oh...oh, aren't you kind and sweet? Oh...


Monsieur:

Don't get tearful!


[Laughter]


Monsieur:

You know sometimes I think, 'oh that woman. She's going to crack any minute!'


[Laughter]


Creet:

Well I'm so happy, I can hardly believe it.


Monsieur:

Well, you'll believe it when I do it.


Creet:

Yes.


Monsieur:

There are a lot of things that are difficult to appreciate, you know, difficult to believe at times - but believe me. Always. We are able, eventually, to prove things.


Creet:

Yes.


Monsieur:

I know you don't doubt, but you know, you've got no idea - no conception - of we can do if we have the right conditions and the right power...[unintelligible]

Creet:

Yes.


Monsieur:

I wish Madame she was always here, because she brings good conditions, she has a lot of power. Madame you may be 80, but you look 40 and you've got the power of a woman of 20.


Hurts:

Yes, thank you!


Flint:

[Laughing]


Hurts:

Well, I'm going to try and come. I'm enjoying it tonight.


Flint:

[Coughing]


Rowlinson:

My goodness!


Creet:

Lovely...


Monsieur:

Au revoir.


Sitters:

Au revoir Monsieur.


Hurts:

Au revoir



[Short silence]



Jock:

Hi, can you hear what I say?


Sitters:

Yes!

Jock:

Hooray! That's how glad I am to be here!


Creet:

Good.


Jock:

And how are you tonight Mr Rowlinson?


Rowlinson:

I'm very well thank you.


Jock:

Aye, you're looking fine.


Rowlinson:

Yes, I'm...


Jock:

And how are you Rosie?


Creet:

Oh I'm very well thank you.


Jock:

Aye, well it might be your twin!


[Laughter]


Creet:

Who is that speaking?


Jock:

Aye...you not know?


Creet:

No.


Jock:

You got a bad memory?


Rowlinson:

Jock?


Jock:

Aye.


Rowlinson:

Yes, you've been to talk to me...


Jock:

That's right.


Rowlinson:

...at a private sitting.


Jock:

But I'm surprised that you forgot who I was...


Rowlinson:

I haven't forgotten you.


Jock:

Aye.


Creet:

You haven't been to me Jock...


Jock:

I have now. But you've got a mind like a sieve!


Creet:

[Laughing]


Rowlinson:

Yes, I recognised you...


Jock:

Of course you must come out. Aye, it's just as if you might be 'mutt and jeff' [deaf].


[Laughter]


Hurts:

Alright Jock.


Jock:

Are you sure you're no relation?


Hurts:

Yes. No, oh no. First time I've met the lady.


Jock:

Aye. Before you go back to St Albans you'll be like old Flint.


Hurts:

Really? Surely not?


Jock:

Aye. I hope so anyway.


Hurts:

Yes.


Jock:

You've got a lot in common, besides looks.


Hurts:

Oh.


Creet:

What have we got in common Jock?


Jock:

Aye. Interest in this great truth.


Hurts:

Oh.


Creet:

Yes.


Jock:

Aye. And you've got the same kind of warm heart and kindliness and disposition. And you've both been done over and over again, but you go on making the same mistakes...


Creet:

[Laughing]


Hurts:

Yes.


Jock:
...but that's the task that you have to do...[unintelligible] and you can only do your best. And if people tread on you sometimes, well, you get up and wipe your face and have another go.


Creet:

[Laughing]


Hurts:

That's quite right Jock.


Jock:

Aye. I'm very pleased to see you here.


Hurts:

Thank you.


Jock:

Aye. Mr Rowlinson?


Rowlinson:

Yes?


Jock:

Aye, I better call you Leslie.


Rowlinson:

Well that sounds better doesn't it?


Jock:

Aye. And what are you going to do with yourself?


Rowlinson:

When?


Jock:

Aye. Perhaps I should no ask the question.


Rowlinson:

Well why not?


Jock:

But I was thinking about when the old lady comes through.


Rowlinson:

Well, you know what I'm trying to do...


Jock:

Aye. I hope you'll be able to do it.


Rowlinson:

Yes.


Jock:

Well I'm sure you'll get plenty of help from this side - and you take up the work seriously.


Rowlinson:
Well I do. I think I'm sincere about it Jock, don't you?


Jock:

Aye I know that. But what I mean is that you'll be able to devote more time...


Rowlinson:

Oh, oh...


Jock:

You know, take it up more seriously than you've been able to.


Rowlinson:

Oh, yes, yes.


Jock:

Aye. You'll no want to worry if the poor old lady comes here soon. She'll be better off here with all her people.


Rowlinson:

I think she will...


Jock:

Aye. You'll no want to be shedding a tear. It'll be human nature to cry, but I want you to know it's the best thing. She'll be much happier here.


Rowlinson:

Yes, thank you Jock.

Jock:

No pain, no worry. She'll be like a young woman again, you know?


Rowlinson:

Yes well, in a way it'll be better you know.


Jock:

Aye. Take care of yourself mate. I must go. I can hear I'm being called.


Rowlinson:

Ah. Okay...


H.P.B:

Come along, come along!


Sitters:

Goodbye Jock/Goodnight Jock.


Flint:

[Laughing]


Hurts:

God bless you.


Rowlinson:

He's an awfully nice bloke, he came and spoke to me years ago.


Creet:

Did he?


Flint:

[Sniffing]


Creet:

I can't remember him at all.


Rowlinson:

Very nice.


Hurts:

Oh I remember him.


Flint:

[Coughs]



[Short silence]



Hurts:

You're getting a lot through tonight.


Flint:

Yes. More than usual.


Sitters:

[All talking]


Hurts:

Because I'm here I suppose?


Flint:

Yes, you give a lot of power you see.



[Break in recording]



Male voice:

Good evening....

Sitter:

Good evening.

Male voice:

I am most interested...in all that is transpiring here. First I must ask you if you can hear what I am saying to you.


Creet:

Yes.


Male voice:

For I am as yet unacquainted with communication in this fashion.


Creet:

I can hear you quite well. Can you, Leslie?


Flint:

I can hear him, yes.


Creet:

Can you hear, Les?


Male voice:

It may be that my voice is not very clear...


Rowlinson:

That's better...


Male voice:

Because as it is my first experience of speaking to you.


Hurts:

Your first experience?


Male voice:

You must forgive if my voice is not reco-cording, what you say, in your [unintelligible]


Creet:

It is recording. I can hear you very clearly.


Rowlinson:

Yes, yes...



[Break in recording] 



Hurts:

What a pity.


H.P.B:

Never mind. He will try on another occasion. Don't be despondent my dear. Some of them find it difficult.


Hurts:

Yes.


H.P.B:

They're bound to.


Hurts:

They are aren't they?


Creet:

H.P.B, was he an Austrian or a German?


H.P.B:

I think he was a Bulgarian.


Creet:

Oh Bulgarian, ah...thank you.



[Short silence]



Voice:

Good evening.


Sitters:

Good evening.


Voice:

Good evening.


Sitters:

Good evening.


Hurts:

Come along....come along.



[Short silence]



Lawrence:

Hello...


Sitters:

Hello.


Lawrence:

Oh I am so pleased I can come and speak to you. I do hope you won't mind?


Creet:

Not a bit...who are you dear?


Lawrence:

I find this all so very confusing.


Creet:

We can hear you very well.


Lawrence:

Can you?


Hurts:

Yes. Quite plain.


Lawrence:

It's all so strange you know, coming to speak to you like this.


Hurts:

Yes.


Lawrence:

I'm not exactly...well I mean I'm not really connected or anything like that, you know.


Hurts:

No.


Rowlinson:

Well that doesn't matter.


Creet:

That doesn't matter.


Lawrence:

I haven't been here terribly long.


Rowlinson:

Haven't you?


Lawrence:

Well, not really no.


Creet:

Is that Gertrude?


Lawrence:

Yes.


Creet:

I thought it was...


Lawrence:

I wasn't quite sure if you could hear me you know.


Creet:

Yes.


Lawrence:

It's extremely difficult trying to speak through this - this arrangement, you know.


Creet:

Yes I...

Lawrence:

Can you hear me now?


Creet:

Yes.


Rowlinson:

Very well, yes.


Creet:

Yes, very well.


Lawrence:

It really is, its most peculiar trying to speak you know.


Hurts:

Quite plainly.

Voice:
(Hello)


Lawrence:

Oh I do hope I'll be able to manage it. You know, I want to talk quite a lot you know.


Creet:

Yes I hope you will, because you've led a very interesting life - theatrical life, haven't you?


Lawrence:

Yes, my life over here has been very short.


Rowlinson:

Yes, since you...yes.


Lawrence:

I mean I haven't been here very long...


Creet:

No I know you haven't.


Rowlinson:

You're very much better than you were when you came through the first time.


Lawrence:

Am I? Oh I'm so glad.


Rowlinson:

Very much.


Lawrence:

Oh I'm so glad.


Rowlinson:

Oh yes.


Creet:

Oh yes.


Lawrence:

I do hope I'll be able to manage much better than this.


Creet:

Oh you will...

Lawrence:

I've got quite a crowd with me tonight you know?


Creet:

What's that?


Lawrence:

I've got quite a crowd of people with me.


Rowlinson:

You have?


Creet:

Oh you have?


Lawrence:

Oh yes.


Rowlinson:

But you're managing extremely well...


Creet:

Who have you got with you Gertrude?


Lawrence:

Old Zieg.


Rowlinson:

Ziegfeld?


Creet:

Ziegler? Oh, dear old Ziegler. I love him. I think he's a darling.


Rowlinson:

Yes.


Ziegfeld:

I know. I can hear what you're saying!


[Laughter]


Ziegfeld:

Just thought you'd like to know, I've brought along a few of my friends tonight.


Creet:

Oh yes.


Ziegfeld:

Yeah, but I get...the power's running out.


[Clock chimes]


Creet:

Oh. Oh I'm very glad to hear your voice Flo.


Ziegfeld:

And I'm very anxious that she should get used to it you know...


Rowlinson:

She - she records very well.


Ziegfeld:

...because she'd be a very good communicator.


Creet:

Yes.


Ziegfeld:

And although she's only been here a short time, she's got quite a lot she can tell you, in any case, about her reception over here and...


Rowlinson:

Yes.


Ziegfeld:

...various people she's met and her impressions - first impressions, you know.


Creet:

Yes.


Ziegfeld:

Takes all sorts you know, and all conditions.


Creet:

Mmm.


Ziegfeld:

And how you feeling tonight? You feeling better than you was?


Creet:

Oh yes I'm much...


Ziegfeld:

The last time you wasn't feeling so good.


Creet:

No I...


Ziegfeld:

If I remember right, then, there was a bit of a stink over something you were eating.


Creet:

[Laughing]


Ziegfeld:

Can't have that.


Creet:

No. Oh I'm much better thank you Flo.


Ziegfeld:

Well goodnight.


Sitters:

Goodnight.



[Break in recording]



White Wing:

Great White Spirit bless you all...White Wing.


Sitters:

Ah, White Wing


White Wing:

White Wing come, bring blessing of the Great Spirit on each of you children.


I know in your hearts you strive to serve in all ways that is possible to you, to do the work of the Great Spirit. Each one of you have been chosen to serve the Great Spirit and his children. Each one of you are instruments and each one has his path to tread. And I know you are ever conscious of the great power that comes to you, through many of the ministering ones that come and commune with you.


It is for me a great joy to know that there is, in your world, souls like each one of you who strive to do the work of the spirit, to uplift those in your world whose hearts are heavy, to give them encouragement and enlightenment and to give them the path that they might tread, knowing that they are not alone, but are ever overshadowed by the world of spirit and guided by those which inhabit it.


Each one of you [unintelligible] for you are indeed blessed by many souls, some whom you know by name, others whom you know not. But all have come in love, to serve and to help.


And I would on this occasion, before we say farewell, say unto you our daughter, how grateful we are to you for all the loving kindness that you have shown upon our instrument. You who help to make possible the work we have achieved to this point of time, and to the years that lie ahead, we shall remember you and

your love...[unintelligible]...always we shall remember and we bless you.


Creet:

Thank you.


White Wing:

To each one of you as we leave you, we leave our blessing. May that love of the power of the Great Spirit ever be with you, as I know indeed it must and will. And may your paths ever go forward into more enlightenment and in truth. And may your hearts sing with joy because you know that you are not alone, but you are ever being helped and guided and you shall never fail...


[Dog barking]


...for that which you do is greater than yourself, greater than we who come to you. For that which we do is of the Great Spirit and we are but as you are; instruments of that spirit. So peace be with you and farewell.


H.P.B:

Goodnight everybody.


Sitters:

Goodnight.


H.P.B:

Goodnight and God bless you. God bless each one of you. Goodnight.


Creet:

Thank you so much. Thank you.


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This transcript was created for the Trust by K.Jackson-Barnes - March 2018