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Annie Nanji séance

Recorded: Friday April 30th 1971

   Between 1970 and 1983, a retired doctor of chemistry, Dr Dinshaw R. Nanji
of Birmingham University, visited Leslie Flint twice a year for private sittings, 
travelling from his home in Gothenburg, Sweden.

At almost every sitting he was able to communicate directly with his wife 
Annie Ottilia Nanji, who had died in 1966.

In this recording: 
Annie and Dino discuss ways they could communicate in the home.
Annie gives Dino some information to share with an old friend.
Dino asks Annie to help him remember their dream visits together.
Annie tells him about her little house by the lake in the Spirit World,
and she thanks him for the flowers he recently planted on her grave,
then asks if he can feel when she puts her hand in his…


Note: This 50 year old recording is very clear, although it is not to modern standards.

 

Read the full transcript below, as you listen...




Present:
Dinshaw Nanji, Leslie Flint.
Communicator: Annie Nanji.




Annie:
Dada?


Dino:
Yes darling.


Annie:
Can you hear?


Dino:
Yes, I am hearing you perfectly.


Annie:
I am not sure...


Dino:
No darling I hear y...


Annie:
...if you can hear everything I say...


Dino:
Yes I hear you perfectly today darling.


Annie:
Good.


Dino:
Yes. Very nice.


Annie:
You are not getting a little deaf I hope?


Dino:
No. I was deaf but I am better. Because, you know, I hear your tapping.


Annie:
Good.


Dino:
And I am surprised at myself that I can hear it.


Annie:
I always know when you hear, because you always acknowledge it.


Dino:
Yes, exactly.


Annie:
And you always say, 'thank you darling'.


Dino:
[Laughing] Yes, I know.


Annie:

And I try again.


Dino:
Yes?


Annie:

We have to arrange a little code.


Dino:
Yes, I understand.


Annie:

One tap for yes and two for no.


Dino:
Correct. Good.


Annie:

Good.


Dino:
Yes, I know.


Annie:
And perhaps, if sometimes you go, when I am tapping, if you do the alphabet, we can get and send messages.


Dino:
Yes exactly.


Annie:
You know? It will be worth trying.


Dino:
Yes darling. I, I understand.


Annie:
You know, I sometimes think also, it would be possible for me to write through your hand.


Dino:
Oh that would be lovely!


Annie:

Have you ever thought it would be a good idea?


Dino:
Yes very good, but I'm repeatedly told that automatic writing is not in...


Annie:
Not what?


Dino:
Not for me. I, I don't know, but...


Annie:

Why?


Dino:
I don't know.


Annie:

I don't know. I see no, no reason why we shouldn't try it.


Dino:
But I was going to do the tape recording trial.


Annie:
Ah, that is a good idea. If you play it, you know, when you're tired in the evening, and you put the tape on the recording machine, then perhaps if it is...I can speak or something?


Dino:
That would be very...


Annie:
It would be good idea?


Dino:
Yes. I, I...


Annie:

It would be very nice.


Dino:

I will try that again in the evening...


Annie:
We must try everything!


Dino:
Yes darling.


Annie:
Everything we can.


Dino:
Yes darling. Everything.


Annie:
We must try, because then I think it will be...


Dino:
Possible.


Annie:
...possible. I can make the contact with you.


Dino:
Yes, yes.


Annie:

You know, in one way or another. We must try everything.


Dino:
Yes, exactly darling. You are perfectly correct.


Annie:
But you know, you hear in your head.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
My thoughts.


Dino:
Yes I do.


Annie:
Often, you receive my thoughts and ideas and impressions and I think that, uh, it will improve. It will get better.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
And you know, in your sleep you are often here with me.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
I thought perhaps you would be going into Harrods.*


Dino:
Yes darling.


Annie:
To see about the jewellery.


Dino:
Yes exactly.


Annie:

I think, uh, something will have to be settled, you know.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
Don't you?


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
About it.


Dino:
Yes I think...


Annie:
But I think it is better here perhaps, than home.


Dino:
Yes oh yes.


Annie:

You have more opportunity. Would it surprise you if you were to go to Paris?


Dino:
No.


Annie:

No? I don't know why I am saying this, you know. But I have a very strong impression that you may go to Paris.


Dino:
You know I have a dear old friend, Mr. Florey...


Annie:
Ah...


Dino:
He, he passed away.


Annie:
I know. And I have a feeling that you may go to Paris.


Dino:
And Mrs. Florey wrote me...


Annie:
I think you could help, you see.

Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
I think she would like to know.


Dino:
Uh-huh.


Annie:
And I think it would be good idea...


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
Because...


Dino:
Thank you.


Annie:
Perhaps you could help her, you know?


Dino:
Yes darling, I will. I will write to her and I will tell her. I don't know if she believes in spirit existence, but...


Annie:
No. I don't think she does.


Dino:
She doesn't. Because she's a Catholic.


Annie:
It would be...perhaps it would help her, I don't know.


Dino:
Yes?


Annie:
I think it would be nice because he would like it.


Dino:
Yes, mmm.


Annie:
You know, I see him. I see him.


Dino:
You see him?


Annie:
Of course.


Dino:
Uh-huh.


Annie:
That is why I was starting...


Dino:
Aha!


Annie:
...to talk to you about Paris.


Dino:
Yeah...


Annie:
Because he would like very much to contact, if possible. Although of course, she does not understand it, but you might be able to help her.


Dino:
Yes I...


Annie:
Have you not thought to write to her about it?


Dino:
Yes, I will write.


Annie:
Perhaps that will open the door.


Dino:
Yes...


Annie:
Perhaps she will invite you to go for a few days.


Dino:
Yes, I will.


Annie:
I would like for you to.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
I think it would be good for you too.


Dino:
Yes. Perhaps I can...


Annie:
Robert...


Dino:
Hmm?


Annie:

Robert.


Dino:
Uh...His name was Jacques.


Annie:
No, no, no. I was not thinking of him at the moment.


Dino:
No?


Annie:
I was thinking of someone else...


Dino:
Oh. Robert.


Annie:

...that you don't know...


Dino:
No?


Annie:
..but he knows.


Dino:
No.


Annie:
Who...also in Paris, with the same name.


Dino:
Uh-huh.


Annie:
There is also a Robert Florey who is connected with the family and who has lived in America and has written a lot of things. You don't know about this, but I am telling you.


Dino:
Yes. Very good.


Annie:
When you see her, ask her if she knows Robert who sometimes is in Paris, but lives in America in, in California. You don't know anything about this, but I am told to tell you, because I think there will be some remarkable evidence, you know? Not that you need it yourself, but it would be good evidence for her, I think this Mr. Robert Florey...


Dino:
Yes?


Annie:
is a connection, a relation, that was something to do with the films.


Dino:
Mmm-hmm.


Annie:

Perhaps you can check on this.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
You think it very strange for me to talk about this, but it is, I think, very good cross-evidence if it can be proved, which will help her, you see?


Dino:
Yes. I understand.


Annie:
Because they have met, you know?


Dino:
Yes. I understand.


Annie:
But you know, Jacques had a very trying illness.


Dino:
Yeah.


Annie:
You know?


Dino:
He has?

Annie:
Did you know?

Dino:
What did you say?


Annie:
Illness.


Dino:
Ah, yeah.


Annie:
Sick, sick, you know?


Dino:
Yes, yes, yes.


Annie:
You hear from her recently? Mrs. Florey. Madame Florey.

Dino:
Yes, Mr. Florey, yes.


Annie:
You hear from her wife...his wife?


Dino:
Yes I heard...I had a card...

Annie:
So...

Dino:
...uh, saying that he had passed away on, I think, uh, about a month ago.


Annie:
You do what I tell you...


Dino:
I will darling.


Annie:
And I am sure it will be interesting. Not that you need more evidence.


Dino:
No.


Annie:
You understand. You have this truth, you know. You know I am always near you, but if we can help other people, that is good.


Dino:
Yes. I will.


Annie:
Ah. I am so happy here.


Dino:
Oh!


Annie:
And you know, sometimes during your sleep, you come here and you are with me and the children.


Dino:
Yeah.


Annie:
You know Peter is often with you in the flat.


Dino:
Uh-huh.


Annie:
Apartment.


Dino:

Can you...can you do something to make me remember what I...uh, when I wake up?


Annie:

I will try to make you think.


Dino:
Ah, please.


Annie:
You see, when you wake up in the morning...


Dino:
Yes?


Annie:

That is the moment.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
The first waking moment, but soon it disappear from the brain.


Dino:
Exactly.


Annie:
It is as if the brain hold the memory just for a little few moments...


Dino:
Because I...


Annie:
...and then it disappear, you know?


Dino:
Yes. Because I never get out of bed immediately when I wake up.


Annie:

No. It is best to lie quiet you know, and just try to compose your thoughts.


Dino:
Yes. You know...


Annie:
You have pencil and paper, then you can jot it down. Write it down, you know?


Dino:
Down...yes, yes.


Annie:
Then it does not lost...get lost you see?


Dino:
You know, I hear you tapping every morning at ten minutes past five.


Annie:
I know. I wake you up so early.


Dino:
No, I like it.


Annie:

You do?


Dino:
Yes very much because...


Annie:
I sometimes think perhaps...but you see, in the early hour of the morning it is peaceful...


Dino:
Yes, exactly.


Annie:
...and quiet.


Dino:

Yes...


Annie:

There are no disturbances...


Dino:
And I find that your...


Annie:

And it is better, you see?


Dino:
Yes, yes. I...


Annie:
Oh darling Dada, I love you so very much and I talk so...oh I don't know. I say so many things and...


Dino:
Oh darling, I love you too!


Annie:
I just feel that we must try to help everybody and Madame Florey.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:

She does not perhaps understand, but it will be good to help her. Perhaps it would be possible later for you to have a few days in Paris.


Dino:
Yes, I think...


Annie:

I think she would like to see you.


Dino:
Yes if, if she does.


Annie:
If she tries...if she show interest to see you.


Dino:
Yeah.


Annie:
But, um, does she know that you come and talk to me?


Dino:
No, she doesn't darling.


Annie:
No? Oh. Well perhaps it would be wonderful if she shows this interest, because it would help Jacques and help her too.


Dino:
Yes. If she does...I could make contact with Mr. Flint and her.


Annie:

Ah. That would be wonderful.


Dino:
You see? And I tell her about our other communications and perhaps she gets interested. You see. But you know that I...heard about, uh, wavelengths...


Annie:

Yes.


Dino:
And you gave a figure; 707.


Annie:
So?


Dino:
Before.


Annie:
So?


Dino:
Is it wavelength or frequency?


Annie:
Frequency.


Dino:
Frequency. Thank you.


Annie:
It's frequency. Like the television...


Dino:
Yes , yes. I understand. Yes, but, uh...


Annie:

...or the wireless, you know? On certain vibrations...


Dino:
Yes darling.


Annie:

But of course, you see, I understand when we come to you, it is a different vibration and we have to...I don't know how to explain it. I am not scientific in this way.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
But it is a lowering of one's own vibration...


Dino:
Exactly.


Annie:
...so that one can tune in, as near as possible, to Earth conditions.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
Except there are many layers, they tell me, of vibration; many layers of consciousness, you know?


Dino:
Yes, exactly. I understand.


Annie:
It is very difficult to explain. But you know, I am convinced, you know, that eventually I shall be able to make myself heard in our flat, in our apartment, you know.


Dino:
Ah, that would be lovely.


Annie:
This would be marvellous.

Dino:
That would be lovely.

Annie:
This is what I would like more than anything.


Dino:
Oh! y...


Annie:
And of course I want you to see me! I want you to see me clearly and properly. It will come.


Dino:
Yes darling. Yes thank you.


Annie:
I am convinced...


Dino:
Thank you darling.


Annie:
...it will come eventually you know.


Dino:
Thank you darling!


Annie:
But you know, I am looking much younger.


Dino:
Ah yes, I know.


Annie:
oh you could...if you see me, I will look as if I was twenty perhaps you know?


Dino:
Yes. I know. I know. What a beautiful vision you must be...


Annie:
Oh, but when you come here, you will be young too Dada.


Dino:
Yes darling.


Annie:
You will be as young as me.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
And we will look as old as the children, oh, you know.

Dino:
[Laughing]

Annie:
The children will grow a little older and we'll all look like, uh...well I don't know, the same age.


Dino:
You know, my one dream is to do something that would bring the spirit world and the material world together.


Annie:
This is many people's dream.


Dino:
You know.


Annie:
I know.


Dino:
And if God helps us in realising that, by way of a documentary film.


Annie:
This something that could be marvellous, of course.


Dino:
You see? Of course it's not in my line, but, uh, if God wills it, he can bring it about in one way or another.


Annie:
But I think this could be. But I don't think it can be yet awhile, you know.


Dino:
No. Well I don't mind...


Annie:
It will take time.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
And will need money.


Dino:
Yes but, uh, you see, there are plenty of rich people in the world and if one has an idea and a film is made, that film can earn money.


Annie:
That is true.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
But the people in your world...


Dino:
Yes?


Annie:
...at the moment; many people; most people...


Dino:
Yes?


Annie:
I think are so, I don't know, so material.


Dino:
Material absolutely!


Annie:
They have no realisation...


Dino:
No, absolutely not!


Annie:
And I don't think that many people think of these things. They do not want to think of death.


Dino:
No.


Annie:
They think only of the life on Earth.


Dino:
Yes, yes.


Annie:
And so many people are lost. You know the other day...


Dino:
Yeah?


Annie:

...before you come here?


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
You were walking along the street...


Dino:
Yes?


Annie:
...and you saw someone in the distance and it reminded you of me.


Dino:
[Laughing] Oh, correct!


Annie:
And for a moment you almost stopped, you know. As if your heart stopped beating.


Dino:
Yes!


Annie:
But you knew it was not me, in a way, but...


Dino:
Yes, of course.


Annie:
...
at the same time, she was very like me.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
Also the way she moved...walked, you know? Ah, but this of course is...


Dino:
And do you know, I, I thought mentally 'yes, it looks like her, but she hasn't got her brain!'


Annie:
Ah, no you shouldn't say that. You don't know, she might be highly intelligent.


Dino:
[Laughing] Oh, I don't know...


Annie:
You know, you always think...oh, you are so naughty! This woman was very much like me. I think she probably was highly intelligent.


Dino:

Uh-huh.


Annie:
And I wasn't so clever.


Dino:
Ah?


Annie:
I wasn't as clever as you, Dada.


Dino:
No, but...


Annie:
You're much more clever than me.


Dino:
Aw.


Annie:
But I liked very much when I worked with you...in the laboratory.


Dino:
You are so clever...


Annie:
I sometimes wonder how much longer you will stay there, you know? I think you will do...what you say...'a part of time', you know?


Dino:
Yes, exactly.


Annie:
Not, uh, so much.


Dino:
No. I don't mind if I work half-time darling.


Annie:
But they have made alterations in there.


Dino:
Uh-huh.


Annie:
It looks rather different to me.


Dino:
Uh-huh.


Annie:
They have rearranged everything.


Dino:
Yeah.


Annie:
You know what I mean?


Dino:
Yeah.


Annie:
No no. I don't think you do.


Dino:
Hmm. How do you mean?


Annie:
They look as if the things have been moved...


Dino:
Uh-huh.


Annie:
Around a bit.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
The new light.


Dino:
Mmm-hmm.


Annie:
The light.


Dino:
Yes?


Annie:
The light is different.


Dino:
Uh-huh.


Annie:
Oh, let's talk about something important.


Dino:
Yeah.


Annie:
Dear, oh dear.


Dino:
And tell me something about the home you have made in the spirit world, darling.


Annie:
Oh it is very beautiful. It is like a cabin.


Dino:
Cabin.


Annie:
Does that surprise you?


Dino:
Nah...I know you like everything perfect.


Annie:
Well it is, uh, in the country...in the woods.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
You know? It is very pretty. It is like a large chalet, you know?


Dino:
Yes, exactly. I understand.


Annie:
And there, there are five rooms.


Dino:
Five rooms.


Annie:
Five rooms and sufficient for us, you know, and the children.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
But of course, here, we don't have to eat and...


Dino:
No, that's right...


Annie:
...it isn't necessary to drink. I think sometimes when people first come here, they feel the need for these things. But this is within their own mind.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
But soon they lose it. But I have many things which I had when on your side, because they are part of us.


Dino:
Yes. Exactly, yes.


Annie:
You know, a replica. Is that what you say?


Dino:
Yes, excellent!


Annie:
Uh, imitation, they're alike, similar, you know? Because we were so fond of our little treasures, you know?


Dino:
Yes, I feel the same.


Annie:
The little things that we choose together, I have reproduced here.


Dino:
Yes...


Annie:
So when you come, it will be like home.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
But it is not an apartment or flat.


Dino:
No, no.


Annie:
It is like a little...


Dino:
Chalet.


Annie:
...chalet, you know?


Dino:
Yeah. Yeah.


Annie:
And it is not far from water; a lake...


Dino:
No, no.


Annie:
...and there are beautiful flowers and trees and many friends come to see me and I go to see them. I have made many friends here...uh, all sorts of people, some people, of course, that you would not know, but also friends that I were associated with [in] my girlhood, you know...when I was very young.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
Of course, I did not know that some of them were here.


Dino:
Yeah.


Annie:
It is very interesting. Ah! You know, I don't think that we understand enough about time. You know, it is the greatest illusion of all? Time, you know?


Dino:
Time, yes.


Annie:
You know the short time that we were together...


Dino:
Yes dear...it, it's like a moment.


Annie:
I know. It is so. But I have found and discovered that we have had previous lives together.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:

One day I must tell you about them.


Dino:
About?


Annie:
Our lives together.


Dino:
Ah, yes, yes.


Annie:
In the past.


Dino:
Yes, yes, yes.


Annie:
Because we have been associated before together, you know.


Dino:
In a previous life.


Annie:
In the...in, in connection, you know?


Dino:
Yes, yes, yeah, ok.


Annie:
It is very interesting.


Dino:
Yes. Do you remember I used to tell you that we had been before connected. [Laughing]


Annie:
I know, but I was not always able to believe it.


Dino:
No?


Annie:
You know, I used to listen and I thought well perhaps there was in it something, you know?


Dino:
Yeah.


Annie:
But uh...[Laughing]


Dino:
But now you do.


Annie:
...now I know.


Dino:
Ah...


Annie:
And, uh, perhaps I will be able to explain and tell you later.


Dino:
Ah! Yes.


Annie:
You are coming to talk to me again before you return home?


Dino:
Yes darling. I come on Monday...


Annie:
Then perhaps I can recapture a memory of things for you, huh?


Dino:
Yes, yes, yes darling. Oh you are talking wonderfully well today darling.


Annie:
I am very pleased with the pictures.


Dino:
Ah, very good.


Annie:
The photographs are very good.


Dino:
I talk to them every day just as if you were...


Annie:
I know you do. You have the three together.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
You know what I mean.


Dino:
Yes. I [unintelligible] you.


Annie:
What did you say?


Dino:
I [unintelligible] you.


Annie:
Ah!


Dino:
[Laughing]


Annie:

You will always be this way.


Dino:
Huh?


Annie:
You will always be this way.


Dino:
I can't help it darling.


Annie:

I think...oh, I don't know...I think that we were so fortunate.


Dino:
Yes we are.


Annie:

You and I, you know?


Dino:
Yes. Yes. Perfect twins.


Annie:

Do you ever hear from India?


Dino:
Beg pardon?


Annie:
Do you ever hear from India?


Dino:
No darling. I, I have nobody to...


Annie:
No one, no.

Dino:
No...and I don't feel that I belong there.


Annie:
I'm so glad...I'm so glad that you broke off from India and settled in our country. It was the best thing.


Dino:
Yes. I don't feel I belong there now.


Annie:
No. So much has happened.


Dino:
Yes. Did you know...


Annie:
What?


Dino:
...just before I came...

Flint:
[Sniffing]

Dino:
...I went to the grave and I planted...


Annie:
You mean before you left home?


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
You went to my grave?


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
I know you did and planted some flowers.


Dino:
And planted some gladioli bulbs.


Annie:
I know. But, um, when you go back they will soon be out, uh?


Dino:
Yes, exactly.


Annie:
Ah, wait a moment...I have told you before about the grave and the names.


Dino:
Yes, that's right.


Annie:

Already your name is there.


Dino:
And I have taken picture of that, so...in case...


Annie:

I know.


Dino:
It's useful to show people.


Annie:
I know.


Dino:

You know?

Annie:
Of course.

Dino:
Ah. Because it was in the winter; there was nothing growing in front of it, so it was clear to see.


Annie:
Oh, I know I was going to ask you something.


Dino:
What lovey?


Annie:
Did you think it strange about the bells?


Dino:
Uh, which bells?


Annie:

The bells.


Dino:
Yeah?


Annie:
Did you hear the bells?


Dino:
Uh...where?


Annie:

The church.


Dino:

In the church, yeah?


Annie:
The bells. You don't know what I am speaking about?


Dino:
No darling.


Annie:
I thought perhaps you would know.


Dino:
No. Do you mean to me...


Annie:
Ah no...

Dino:
Mmm?

Annie:

The church...


Dino:
Yes. I wonder. You mean now?

[Pause]


Annie:
I...I have met Carleson.**

Dino:
You have met?


Annie:
Carleson.


Dino:
Carleson. Who is he?


Annie:
He had a great knowledge of all this before he come here. He is a very nice person. He is very interested in you and me and other people who are interested in this.


Dino:
Uh-huh. Is he...?


Annie:
He works from this side to help others too.


Dino:
Is he a relation of yours?


Annie:
No, no. He was interested in Spiritualism as you call it.


Dino:
Yes, yes, yes.


Annie:

He helped many people. He's a very good man.


Dino:
Mmm-hmm.


Annie:
Well I am very interested you know in Madame Florey.


Dino:
Madame Florey, yes. I will follow it up darling.


Annie:
Because of this Robert Florey...


Dino:
Yes. I will follow it up.


Annie:
Robert Florey is some connection with the....connection of Jacques Florey.


Dino:
Yeah?


Annie:
Perhaps you know nothing about it? I did not know.


Dino:
No.


Annie:
But evidently there is this link...


Dino:

Yeah.


Annie:
And you might be able to find out about it. Of course this Monsieur Florey would be old man...


Dino:
Ah, yes.


Annie:
...on Earth, you know? But he is still in your world and evidently, he sometimes comes to Paris.


Dino:
Uh-huh. That would be wonderful.


Annie:
Anyway you will see. You will try to find out.


Dino:
Yes I will.


Annie:
Because I think it would be marvellous proof for you.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
Not that you need proof, but when you talk to other people and explain these things to them, you can explain and tell them these things, you see? And that helps to convince them, you see?


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
I put my hand in yours often.


Dino:
Hmm? What darling?


Annie:
I often put my hand in yours. Do you remember how we always used to go about hand in hand?


Dino:
Yes darling.


Annie:
Well sometimes, when you perhaps don't even know...


Dino:
No, no. I can feel it dear.


Annie:
I put my hand in yours.


Dino:
I feel it.


Annie:
You do?


Dino:
When I...when I go shopping...when I go shopping, I feel you....


Annie:

And sometimes I tell you what to buy!


Dino:
Yes. I know that.


Annie:
And sometimes you buy...or about to buy the wrong thing, and I say 'No...


Dino:
[Laughter] No. Exactly.


Annie:

...don't buy it. Get real'. You know?


Dino:
Yes, I understand. I feel you...


Annie:
It is so silly perhaps really, but I think it is good.


Dino:
Yes I feel your presence.


Annie:
I watch over your diet.


Dino:
Yes darling.


Annie:
And your food.


Dino:
Yes. I am not...


Annie:
I try to look after you.


Dino:
I am not losing one...one kilo weight.


Annie:
No.


Dino:
No.

Annie:
No.

Dino:
So, although you think I am not eating properly, I am. But I'm living more naturally by eating plenty of fruit and green food.


Annie:
I know. I know.


Dino:
And less cooked food.


Annie:
I know.


Dino:
Yes. And of course you know, I have herbal teas to keep my blood clean.


Annie:
Ah! I have seen...what this is called? Something called mate?


Dino:
Uh, yes, uh...


Annie:
Mate tea?

Dino:

What you call herb teas. Certain herbs. They have blood purifying properties. There is a herb called comfrey...


Annie:
Uh-huh?


Dino:
And I make tea with that.


Annie:
Uh-huh. Well, it is good I suppose.


Dino:
And do you know, it has helped my rheumatism in my foot.


Annie:
It has?


Dino:
Yes. And so I take it regularly. But, uh, I take ordinary tea besides, but I love...
Tell me something about darling Sybilla. How is she getting on with her...


Annie:
Oh she is very happy...

Dino:
Is she?

Annie:

...and very well and she loves the music. She makes great study of music. She is so interested in music.


Dino:
Yeah.


Annie:
And you know, it is so difficult perhaps to explain properly, but over here people can study and take an interest in things, which perhaps when on Earth they would not have had the opportunity.


Dino:
No.


Annie:
I am very interested in music too.


Dino:
Yes?


Annie:
I seem to be able to devote so much time to so many things...


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:

But I never, never, never, neglect you.


Dino:
Ha!


Annie:
Always I come to you.


Dino:
Thank you for that.

Annie:
Always.

Dino:

Thank you.


Annie:

But then again, you know, people say, ah, 'it is wrong to call back the so-called dead', you know.


Dino:
Yeah.


Annie:
But we come because we love to come. And the time that we spend with you is as nothing in time. You understand?


Dino:
Yes, it's like a moment.


Annie:

It is like the moment.


Dino:
Yes.


Annie:
But I come and talk to you again on Monday.


Dino:
Yes darling.


Annie:
It is Monday you are coming?


Dino:
Yes darling.


Annie:

Oh good.

Dino:
I will.

Annie:

Well, Dada, I must go.


Dino:
Yes thank you dear.


Annie:
I wanted to say so much more.


Dino:
Thank you sweetheart.


Annie:
But I give you my love and blessings. [Kiss]


Dino:
Thank you my sweetheart.


Annie:
And here's a kiss for you. Bye-bye Dada.


Dino:
Thank you darling. God bless you.


Annie:
Bless you darling.


Dino:
Thank you.


END OF RECORDING

* Harrods = Annie is referring to Harrods department store in London.

** Carleson = Possibly Carl Alfred Carleson, the President of Stockholm Spiritualist Association, who invited Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to speak at Stockholm Concert Hall in October 1929.


This transcript was kindly created for the Trust by Lorie McCloud - April 2018