Wednesday, January 8, 2014

George C. Calvert, a School Acquaintance, Writes to Ask for Help to Get Into a Better Condition

January 31, 1917
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, George C. Calvert.

I was an acquaintance of yours when you were a student at New Market, and you will recollect me when I recall your memory to the fact that I was called "Judge." Well, I came, because I saw that other spirits were writing you, and when I looked at you I remembered you, and then desired to write.

I am in what is called the dark plane and have been for some time now, though when I first entered the spirit world, I went into the Hells and suffered a great deal. But I am thankful that I have gotten out of the conditions that suited me for those places and am now in a brighter plane and in less suffering.

I don't know that you can do anything for me but some spirits say that you have helped them and, if that be true, I should like for you to help me. I am willing to do most anything to get into a better condition, and if you will do what I say, I will appreciate it very much and try to follow your advice.

No, I should like to be surprised. Well, I have looked, and I see some wonderfully bright and beautiful spirits, but I don't recognize any of them. Wait a moment. One is coming to me and I am surprised - for it is Professor Salyards. How wonderful! Why he is really handsome! Well, well, dear old Professor. He says he is glad to see me and that I must go with him, and I certainly will.

I thank you very much and will come again.

Good night,
Your old friend

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