Posted February 14, 2021 :
As most of you know, Mary Dillman transitioned on December 10, 2020 after a fairly brief illness.
While Mary had been able to document her extensive research, she did not have the time to pull all of that information together into formats acceptable by Yale’s Sterling Library (Manuscripts and Archives Repository) for submission to the Jane Roberts Papers collection. She did however plan ahead and made arrangements to have someone follow through for her.
My name is Deb Tejada, and from time spent working with Mary and Rich Kendall, they both felt I was not only passionate about the Seth materials, but also reliable and trustworthy, with the willingness and technical skills to follow through.
Mary’s various research projects are in the process of being gathered and collated, and it will take a lot of time and effort, and financial support. I am retiring my graphic design business so I can focus on the Seth Research Project. It has already taken me several weeks to gather all of Mary’s research files, become more familiar with them and store them in a safe place. Every day I’m astounded by how much information Mary was able to gather. Surely it’s not possible that one person could do so much!
Now I’m ready to get to work, and I’m looking forward to it! Please check back here for occasional updates, or subscribe to our newsletter.