Turvey, Vincent – The beginnings of Seership – Seeing a spirit form-a seafaring man, black curly beard, loose baggy trousers, pea-jacket, broad square-toed boots, and grey eyes
Type of Spiritual Experience
This is like an action replay, not a message
A description of the experience
The beginnings of Seership – Vincent Turvey
Nov. 24, 1905,
DEAR MR. TURVEY,
Whilst sitting in a circle at your house recently, you described standing near me a spirit form-a seafaring man, black curly beard, loose baggy trousers, pea-jacket, broad square-toed boots, grey eyes, one of which had a "fleck" in it, and you received the words "Iron, Amsterdam."
He left the room looking over his shoulder seeming to say "STREET, don't be a fool"
This, I and my wife, who was also present, recognized as the form of a master mariner who was known to us in his earth life, nearly six hundred miles away. I shall not give you any more particulars about him, as I wish to obtain, if possible, something else about him from you. But in the description you gave there was not one weak point. He had black curly beard, always wore extremely baggy trousers, in fact, it was a standing joke. Pea-jacket, grey eyes, one of which had a white fleck in it; this was caused by a Dago seaman with a piece of iron at Amsterdam.
His trick of looking over his shoulder when leaving a room was always noticed, and the message he gave bears on the subject he last talked about just before he passed on through the sinking of the vessel he commanded.
P. R STREET.
The source of the experienceTurvey, Vincent N
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