Conversations with Hemingway — What’s going on

What’s going on

My ongoing communication with what I call The Other Side — meaning, minds not currently attached to bodies, regardless whether they have ever been in the physical or not — has ratcheted up in breadth, intensity, depth, and specificity within the past few months. Six days every week, I have arisen early and have engaged in such conversations for anything from about an hour to perhaps an hour and a half at a time.

Until now, I have been posting these communications (under the heading Conversations With Hemingway) every Monday, and sometimes on Wednesday as well. Obviously, starting after the fact and then reporting once or twice a week what is being received six times a week means I can only continue to fall farther behind day by day.

On Tuesday, August 3, 2010, the guys upstairs suggested to me that it was time to catch up. So, beginning today, I intend to post transcripts of these sessions two or three per day, until the record catches up with the current moment. They have also suggested that I digest, analyze, and interpret this long series of communications, thus producing a book. I’m willing. Only time will tell whether I’m able. But there’s no reason why I can’t post the sessions in the meantime, and that’s what I propose to do.

So you’re going to see a lot more Conversations with Hemingway.

The series that I have been posting each Friday, calling it So You Think Your Life Was Wasted, is part of the same series of transmissions, only much earlier in time. I am beginning to think that when I do the analysis that has been suggested, I will find that the entire five-year sequence needs to be considered as one body of information, rather than two or more. And in any case to turn that series of transmissions into a book would require the same analytical work that this later series will require. So I think I will suspend posting those older transmissions pending a clearer sense of how the whole body of material hangs together.

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