posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 01:59 PM
reply to post by Aleister
Thanks for your comment and thanks for providing the information of those other channellers. Cayce I've definitely read, and I would also say that he
was much more different than Roberts and also more popular.
I really do think that science and the like is catching up to him and her, but I do wonder sometimes when I look out at society and just shake my
head. A lot of times I feel that we still have a long way to go.
As far as Jane Roberts is concerned, I think that the root cause of her illness and subsequent death was her troubled childhood and psychopathic
mother. I think that she was deeply troubled by her mother and other things that happened in her childhood (like the priest that burned some of her
poetry). Her heavy drinking I would say did not help. I remember that she had hypothyroidism. Seth confirmed that it was her childhood that was the
cause of her problems. I remember that she had some kind of sinful self that was channelled as well. Apparently, we all have a sinful self that is
aware of our "sinfulness" according to Seth. At least what we personally perceive as being sinful about ourselves. Just for clarity, Seth believed
that there was no such thing as evil and believed that what we perceive as "evil" was simply ignorance.
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You are right about her husband. He died recently (I can't remember when). He also got remarried after Jane Roberts died.
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