Tom: I lived with Sue Watkins, Jane's, uh, chosen protege, for about 4 years, for the purpose of
studying dreams and writing. I hung out with Rob Butts frequently in those days, and read all
the available material yet unpublished. Rob and I still write each other.
As to the amount of unpublished material -- Once at dinner at a chinese restaurant in downtown
Elmira, Rob remarked that he'd finished counting up all Seth's dictation work from the year 1966.
It amounted to a million words, or about 10 books worth of material, that year alone. So there is
quite a bit more than anyone realizes, even tho' Seth expected to have Jane for 40 years.
At some point or another I may be in the mood to sort through whatever is at your "Seth" site.
Once in awhile I do participate. But as Seth described Rob and Jane, I too prefer "one-on-one
relationship with the universe" and prefer to relate to people one at a time, despite frequent
activity to the contrary.
Incidentally, the person who wrote you how Jane died was wrong. The doctor's diagnosis, which I
read, was blood poisoning due to bedsores. The doctors basically agreed with Seth. There was
"nothing wrong with her" to the extent that would have put her in a life-threatening position.
Everybody was mystified.
Sue had a theory she didn't think was very funny about Jane's dying when she did -- around then
some of the old ESP class members were starting up their own little "Seth" businesses and Jane
dreaded all that. Sue thinks Jane died because she didn't want to be around for the "Seth
International" this and the "World Seth Conference" that. I don't have much patience with
that sort of noisy, greedy flag-waving, either. But I'm one of the very few people who actually
uses the various suggested exercises, and often. It makes the rules of the game different, just
as Seth said.