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The spirit portrait of Annie Nanji
drawn by Coral Polge in 1970

Annie Nanji séance


Recorded: Thursday October 22nd 1970


Leslie Flint encourages Dr Nanji when he thinks he hears
a whispering spirit voice 
and an excited and emotional Annie
begins to communicate with her husband for the very first time. 


She expresses her love for him and reassures him
they are 'together a lot' and 'never separated'.


They discuss the spirit portraits, created by Coral Polge,
of Annie and their two children who died,
and they talk about Dino's links with India.


Mickey returns and tells Dino that Annie wants him to know that
'her love will always surmount all difficulties
and that the time will come when you will be together'.

He concludes by saying, 'Nothing could ever come between you...'

 
 

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


Present: Leslie Flint, Dr Dinshaw Nanji

Communicators: Annie Nanji, Mickey



Leslie Flint:
There’s a whisper. I think someone’s trying to speak.


Dinshaw Nanji:
Yes, yes...


Flint:
It’s very faint...


Dinshaw:
Yes, darling I am…I am here. Yes darling. I am here.


Annie Nanji:
I'm so happy.


Dinshaw:
If you can speak a little louder.


Annie:
Yes. I’m here. I’m here.


Dinshaw:
Yes, I know you are here darling...


Annie:
I'm close to you every day. Every day I come to you...


Dinshaw:
Yes, I know. Yes darling, I know.


Annie:
Can you hear me?


Dinshaw:
Yes. I’m so happy to hear you. I’m so happy to hear you.


Annie:
[Breathing] D...D...D...D...


Dinshaw:
Yes darling.


Annie:
...
D...


Dinshaw:
Hmm?


Annie:
...D...


Dinshaw:
Yes?


Flint:
Sounds as if she is saying D-something, I don’t...


Dinshaw:

My, my name is Dino.


Annie:
Dino.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Annie:
Dino.


Dinshaw:
Yes my darling.


Annie:
Dino.


Dinshaw:
Yes, my darling.


Annie:
I’m here.


Dinshaw:
Uh…


Annie:
I’m here.


Dinshaw:
Yes darling.


Annie:
Dino.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Annie:
I’m so happy...


Dinshaw:
Yes...


Annie:
...to speak to you.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Annie:
I’m so happy to speak to you...


Dinshaw:
Yes darling.


Annie:
Dino, Dino.


Dinshaw:
Yes.

Annie:
Dino.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Annie:
[Breathing]


Dinshaw:
I'm ever with you darling.


Annie:
I’m close to you always.


Dinshaw:
Yes...


Annie:
[Breathing]


Dinshaw:
Yes, I know.


Annie:
[Breathing]


Mickey:
Mister...?


Dinshaw:
Yes?


Mickey:
If you ask her questions...


Dinshaw:
Yes?


Mickey:
...that perhaps she can answer. She’s very excited...


Dinshaw:
Yes I...


Mickey:
...and a bit emotional.


Dinshaw:
Yes I...


Mickey:
She keeps calling you Dina.


Dr Nanji:
Yes, that is my pet name she had.


Mickey:
Ah well, she calls you Dina.


Dinshaw:
Yes, she’s...it is my pet name. And I, I would love to, uh…love to hear her, about the children, uh...


Annie:
Yes. I'm with the children. I have the children with me today.


Dinshaw:
Yes?


Flint:
She has the children with her today she says.


Dinshaw:
Yes, and… I’m so happy to know everything about them.


Annie:
How is Mamma?


Flint:
Something about mother she’s saying. Mamma.


Dinshaw:
Yes, yes!


Annie:
All my love. All my love.


Dinshaw:
Yes darling, I know.


Annie:
Everything is the same. You kept everything much the same in the apartment.


Dinshaw:
Yes?


Annie:
Everything is the same. I come to you every night.


Dinshaw:
Yes darling.


Annie:
You know, we’re together a lot. We are never separated.


Dinshaw:
No. I know that dear. I can hear you tapping.


Annie:
Yes.


Dinshaw:
I hear you tapping in the morning. I hear you tapping in the evening before I go to sleep.


Annie:
And the music.


Dinshaw:
Hmm?


Annie:
The music.


Dinshaw:
Yes darling.


Annie:
I listen to the music.


Dinshaw:
Yeah...

Flint:
She says she listens to the music.


Dinshaw:
Yes, I know that, yes.


Annie:
My music.


Dinshaw:
Yes, I know.


Annie:
Yes. [Breathing]

[Pause]


Mickey:
Um...I’m trying to help.


Dinshaw:
Yes...


Mickey:
It's all...it’s very new for her.


Dinshaw:
Yes...


Mickey:
She’s very excited...


Dinshaw:
Yes...


Mickey:
…and a little bit emotional.


Dinshaw:
Yes, darling...

[Pause]

Mickey:
She’s a wonderful soul.

[Pause]

Dinshaw:
Is it possible for the children to speak to me, Mickey?


Mickey:
Uh...I’ll see. I’ll try. Just a moment, sir...


Dinshaw:
Yes...


Mickey:
I’m trying to get things...hold on...


Dinshaw:
If she can rest a little.

[Pause]

Dinshaw:
My daughter’s name is Sybilla and my son’s name is Peter.

[Pause]


Annie:
I don't know...perhaps....Did you say again?
I've brought the children with me.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Annie:
Sybilla...


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Annie:
...and Peter.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Annie:
It’s so wonderful speaking to you. I wish I could speak louder. But perhaps when I’m more used to it, I may be able to.


Dinshaw:
Yes darling.


Annie:
...but it's very strange.


Dinshaw:
I understand.

Annie:
It's very strange.

Dinshaw:
Yeah.


Annie:
All I want is you to be happy and to know that one day we shall be together again.


Dinshaw:
Yes darling. I know that. I know.


Annie:
We expect Mother to come soon.


Dinshaw:
Yes, yes. I know that darling.


Annie:
Don’t move away. Stay where you are.


Dinshaw:
Yes, I understand. I will.

Annie:
Don't move away.

Dinshaw:
Yes. I will darling.


Annie:
Everything is the same...


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Annie:
What about the painting?


Dinshaw:
I have taken them with me and I am going to...uh...have you just on top of my bed and the children on each side of you.*

Annie:
Yes, that's nice.


Dinshaw:
That will be nice.


Annie:
I am so happy about the pictures.


Dinshaw:
Yes...uh…


Annie:
And now I am talking to you. I'm so thrilled and so excited!


Dinshaw:
[Laughing] Yes darling, I...


Annie:
I want you to know I’m happy.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Annie:
I’m very happy.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Annie:
I love you very much. We shall be together again one day.


Dinshaw:
Yes, we will soon be together darling, yes. The time goes very quickly.


Annie:
Don’t worry, don’t worry.


Dinshaw:
Yes. Time goes very quickly.


Annie:
[Unintelligible]


Dinshaw:
I feel you are with me every second...


Mickey:
She’s trying to speak in some other language.


Dinshaw:
Yes darling. She may talk to me in Swedish.


Mickey:
I think she’s speaking in Swedish or something. It’s not English now.


Dinshaw:
No.


Mickey:
Um…


Annie:
[Unintelligible]


Dinshaw:
No.


Mickey:
Have you any connections at all with India?


Dinshaw:
Any connection...?


Mickey:
...with India at all?


Dinshaw:
No. I have broken off connections and I am now become a Swedish citizen.


Mickey:
Yes, but have you any background or connections?


Dinshaw:
Oh, yes I have. I myself was born in India.


Mickey:
Oh, well that’s why she’s talking about India, then.


Dinshaw:
Yes, I was born in India.


Mickey:
Because at one time, you were linked with India…


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
...when you were a very young man...


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
…because there are some people here who are related to you…


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
…who were born and lived in India.


Dinshaw:
Yes, that’s it.


Mickey:
They are relations of yours…


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
…because although you live in Sweden and your Swedish nationality…


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
…your background is India.


Dinshaw:
Yeah, that’s right.


Mickey:
Is that right?


Dinshaw:
Yes, perfectly.


Mickey:
Because they told me about it.


Dinshaw:
Yes, that’s perfectly right, Mickey. And, eh, my wife also had come to India for many years.


Mickey:
Yes. Well, this is all very interesting because I don’t know you…


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
...and have never met you.


Dinshaw:
Mmm...


Mickey:
But I only know what I am told to tell you.


Dinshaw:
Yes...


Mickey:
And, they tell me that, um, you have this background of India…


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
And, um, also they’re some people here who, who will connect with Delhi…


Dinshaw:
Delhi?


Mickey:
Yes.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
Who were relations of yours that your wife has met over here.


Dinshaw:
Yes, yes.


Mickey:
And, um... just a moment. I don’t know if you’re interested in Gandhi, are you?


Dinshaw:
Gandhi?


Mickey:
Yes.


Dinshaw:
Uh. Yes, uh, as a, a…


Mickey:
Well, all I can tell you sir, is what I am told to tell you…


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
…and that is, that there is a gentleman here who I think is your father…


Dinshaw:
Uh-huh.


Mickey:
…and I think he had great admiration for Gandhi.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
Because they met over here.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
And, um, your wife, of course, is the predominant person who comes to you, obviously.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
But, there are obviously other people…


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
…relations of yours…


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
…and relations of your wife, you see,


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
…and your children.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
And they’re all come together in love and affection...


Dinshaw:
Ah…


Mickey:
…with a great band of...you know...of, of love for you.


Dinshaw:
Yes. God bless them.


Mickey:
Um…um…do you mix up things and make things in tubes…


Dinshaw:
Yes, yes…


Mickey:
...and bottles and things.


Dinshaw:
Yes, exactly! [Laughing]


Mickey:
Are you, sort of, in a chemist shop or what?


Dinshaw:
No, no.


Mickey:
Because I see you in a laboratory and I see you with all sorts of weights and scales…


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
…and bottles and tubes and…


Dinshaw:
I, I am working in a university in Sweden.


Mickey:
Do you teach at all?


Dinshaw:
Uh, no, I don’t teach, but I do research.


Mickey:
You demonstrate or something?


Dinshaw:
No, I do research.


Mickey:
Well, all I know is that your wife says that they’re still interested in what you’re doing and helping you.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
And, um, this brother of yours, he’s very near you.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
He comes to you a lot…


Dinshaw:
Ah, ha?


Mickey:
…in the laboratory.


Dinshaw:
Yes, yes. [Pause]
Has he any message for his wife?


Mickey:
Well, he says that he would like to contact her, but he doesn’t think she’ll believe you.


Dinshaw:
She…?


Mickey:
She doesn’t believe, does she?


Dinshaw:
Yeah, she doesn’t believe, yeah...


Mickey:
He says, 'What is the point?'...


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
She will not believe...


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
…if you tell her.


Dinshaw:
Yes, you’re right.


Mickey:
But he says he is often with her.


Dinshaw:
Yes, uh, you’re right.


Mickey:
Is there another man in her life?


Dinshaw:
Uh...in the wife's life?


Mickey:
Yeah.


Dinshaw:
I believe...


Mickey:
Well, he says she has interest in another direction…


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
But he quite understands because she’s been very lonely.


Dinshaw:
Yes, I understand.


Mickey:
Who’s Rani?


Dinshaw:
Uh, what name, please?


Mickey:
Rani.


Dinshaw:
Vani?


Mickey:
Sounds like Vani or Rani.


Dinshaw:
Rani?


Mickey:
Perhaps I haven’t got it correct. Anyway, it’s your wife that matters most.


Dinshaw:
Yes, exactly. Oh, she’s wonderful.


[Pause]


Annie:
Hello? Da, Da, Da...


Dinshaw:
Yes darling.


Annie:
Da, Da...


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Annie:
Dada...


Dinshaw:
Yes darling. I know. I am here.


Annie:
[Unintelligible]


Dinshaw:
Yes darling.


Annie:
I wish I could speak better.


Dinshaw:
Yes darling.


Annie:
I’m trying so very hard.


Dinshaw:
Yes darling.


Annie:
But I love you. You know I am so close to you.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Annie:
I am very near…


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Annie:
…everyday.

Dinshaw:
Yes. That’s wonderful.

Flint:
[Loud coughing]

Dinshaw:
I feel that, my dear. I feel that.


Annie:
Thank you for the roses. Thank you for the roses.


Dinshaw:
Oh, don’t mention it darling. I know you love flowers.


Annie:
The children are here.


Dinshaw:
Hmm. I know, yes. I know they'll love them too. I think the children are really wonderful, now I have seen them...and God bless them always. Both of them.

Mickey:
Your wife is really interested in what appears to be a painting of herself.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
Em…but, it’s…I don't, somehow, think it's the one you're thinking about.


Dinshaw:
Yes?


Mickey:
Have you got a large picture of your wife...coloured?


Dinshaw:
Ah…


Mickey:
In colour?


Dinshaw:
I have one, uh, completed by a psychic artist this week, uh....


Mickey:
Well, it is in colour?


Dinshaw:
It is in colour, yes.


Mickey:
Because she says that you made some comment, uh, that you thought it was very good and you’re very pleased with it.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
But there are certain differences that, at first, rather surprised you.


Dinshaw:
Yes exact...


Mickey:
She says, for instance, her hair.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
But she says, now her hair is long.


Dinshaw:
Yes. I, I, I, I was expecting...

Mickey:
And also she’s talking about pale blue.


Dinshaw:
Pale blue?


Mickey:
Yes.


Dinshaw:
Uh…


Mickey:
She’s talking about wearing something…


Dinshaw:
Hmm…


Mickey:

…uh, that is pale blue.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
Uh, this is a dress…


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
…which you have got, I believe.


Dinshaw:
Yes, yes.


Mickey:
Um…she was very fond of clothes, was she?


Dinshaw:
Very fond of clothes and very fond of...


Mickey:
Jewellery?


Dinshaw:
Jewellery and everything nice about her.


Mickey:
She was a very attractive lady, wasn’t she?


Dinshaw:
Yes, she was.


Mickey:
And, uh, why is she talking about the pearls?


Dinshaw:
Pearls?


Mickey:
Yes, pearls.


Dinshaw:
Yes, she had some jewellery with pearls...


Mickey:
No, I think this is some special thing.


Dinshaw:
Uh-huh.


Mickey:
To do with an earring was it? Or earrings?


Dinshaw:
Yes. Earring and also a ring, uh, in pearls and also a necklace in pearls.


Mickey:
She loved pearls.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
And, she says you still have all her bits and pieces…


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
…all the lovely things and you won’t let anyone touch them.


Dinshaw:
No, I cannot part with them, dear.


Mickey:
She says that one day somebody will, of course, have them.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
But, um, she says, have you made arrangements so that when you come here that they will…


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
…go to people?


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
You know...


Dinshaw:
Yes, they’ll be taken care of, yes.


Mickey:
Oh. Well, she seems to think that you won’t be coming yet a while.


Dinshaw:
No?


Mickey:
You’ve got to go…wait a few years yet, you know.


Dinshaw:
[Laughing] I thought it would be next year.


Mickey:
Oh, no.


Dinshaw:
No?


Mickey:
No. Um…I think that you have got to stay a little longer to do certain spiritual work.


Dinshaw:
Oh, my dear. You mean…how many years? [Laughing]


Mickey:
Well, I can’t say. It’s not for me to say.


Dinshaw:
No…


Mickey:
But, um, they don’t seem to think that you will be coming yet a while, you know. Were you together for over 40 years?


Dinshaw:
Yes.**


Mickey:
Why does she...45 was it?


Dinshaw:
She was, uh, about 53 when she passed away. Today she will be about 56, 57.


Mickey:
Well...she says that, um, every hour, every day, every month and every year was precious, because you loved each other so dearly.


Dinshaw:
Perfect.


Mickey:
And she says that nothing could ever come between you and she always wants you to know that her love will always surmount all difficulties…


Dinshaw:
Yeah.


Mickey:
…and that the time will come when you will be together. But she says you do come over during your sleep.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
You leave your body and do you remember sometimes being with her?


Dinshaw:
Yes! I do!


Mickey:
’Cause she says she hopes that you can recapture the memory of your happiness together over here, during your sleep.


Dinshaw:
Yes, yes. Uh…I feel that…


Mickey:
Yes.


Dinshaw:
…and I hope I will get a vision of her…


Mickey:
But there is a very special anniversary that comes in a few week’s time.


Dinshaw:
Yes, that is her birthday on the nineteenth.


Mickey:
Because she’s laughing about the...November, isn’t it?


Dinshaw:
In November.


Mickey:
The nineteenth?


Dinshaw:
Nineteenth. Correct.


Mickey:
Yes, she says November the nineteenth is her anniversary.


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
But she says that the years come and go, but she says there’s no age here. She is young and she’s now like she was when she was twenty…


Dinshaw:
Ah…


Mickey:
…to look at, you know?


Dinshaw:
Yes.


Mickey:
And that’s another thing about that picture. She says that she’s younger.


Dinshaw:
Yes, that is true. That is perfectly true. And, uh, I like…




 END OF RECORDING




* Paintings = the spirit portraits of Annie Nanji and their children, drawn by psychic artist Coral Polge.

** Dinshaw mishears Mickey at this point and Mickey misunderstands. Dinshaw and Annie were not together for 40 years.




This transcript was kindly created for the Trust by Mary Beth Mank - August 2017