From DeMarco, Frank. Rita's World Vol 2: A View from the Non-Physical (Kindle Location 2893). Rainbow Ridge Books. Kindle Edition".
(Q) Yesterday's session seemed not entirely you. Nancy Ford mentioned, too, that it didn't sound like you. If it is a long story and you'd rather discuss other things, we can skip it, but I'd be interested.
(A) It isa long story, or canbe. But probably we can touch on it only briefly. It is not news to you that we "over here" or "in the higher dimensions" or however we should put it are not as individual as you persist in thinking of us, because the factors that most give you the impression of individuality in the body are not operative in the absence of bodies. You are each communities rather than individuals. So are we, but we know it. Well, you can see that it is easy for us to move in and out of the forefront of a community without ceremony.
(Q) I remember the guys telling us once that we are sort of tone-deaf to such transitions, although we can learn to perceive them better, with practice.
(A) So there's your answer in short, and if you resist the temptation to try to label everybody and everything, you will be better able to perceive differences without having to explain them to yourselves as, "that must have been Bob Monroe coming in", or Alexander Hamilton or the Wizard of Oz. Weight the testimony, not the probable identity of the witness. And that's enough on that for the moment. There can always be further questioning on the subject.