Jane Roberts

Jane Roberts (1929-1984) was another of the author, and poet. Jane Roberts was born in Saratoga Springs, New York, where she attended Skidmore College.

She is best known as a trance medium that "channeled" an "entity" named Seth.

According to Jane and Butts, on December 2, 1963 they began to receive coherent messages from a personality who eventually identified himself as Seth, similar to the way the spirit guides(a group of entities) give such advice through Francis Hosein while he is in a deep trance.

Hearing Messages?

Within weeks, she began to hear the messages in her head and to dictate them, and the use of the ouija board was eventually abandoned.

The publication of the Seth texts established her as one of the preeminent figures in the world of paranormal phenomena.

She was also an author of short stories, novels, children literature, and metaphysical texts unrelated to Seth.

Roberts held regular sessions for 21 years until her death in 1984 in which she went into a trance and channeled messages from Seth.

Butts served as stenographer, taking the messages down in homemade shorthand, although some sessions were recorded.

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