April Was Another Busy Month!
The Newsletter is now available online in the Library, under the letter "N" at: http://www.eliasforum.org/library.html#N
During the past month we served up over 19,100 webpages to more than 1,675 users in 40 countries. Many thanks to all of you who continue to provide us with tremendous support, constructive suggestions, and email feedback!
Paul & Jo Helfrich
Resources for Newcomers
New to the information? Want to share your excitement with someone else? Here are some great pages to read and/or print out to share with friends and family:
Introduction & Overview
The Digests Table of Contents (contains cross-referenced links to all of the MAIN ideas in the information):
“the secret of life”
Recent & Updated Digests
The website is a work in progress! New transcripts come out just about every week that further expand the information offered to date by Elias. Also, we updated over a dozen Digests last month.
avenues of communication
Recently Published Transcripts: April 2002
The transcribing folks were quite busy last month! Thanks to Bobbi Houle, Paul Tews, and Margot Reed, new transcripts are still published weekly. If you or someone you know wants to get on the email list to receive new transcripts, contact Bobbi H. at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please specify a preference, either MS Word or Plain Text.
Mary Session 01, Castaic, California, Sunday, January 21, 2001
Mary Session 02, Castaic, California, Sunday, January 20, 2002
Session 798, Thursday, March 15, 2001
Session 799, Saturday, March 17, 2001
Session 800, Sunday, March 18, 2001
Session 801, Monday, March 19, 2001
(sessions 802-804 are being kept private by request.)
Session 805, Sunday, March 25, 2001
Please welcome Luana Alika who is continuing the work on Sessions Overview begun by Bobbi Houle. New in the Library:
Sessions Overview, Elias 501–531, Paul (Patel) 51–
Power Users Tip of the Month - Exploring the Search Page
During the past two months we explored using our web browser’s SEARCH function to search individual webpages once they are downloaded. This month we’ll finish up with the all-important SEARCH page. Did you know that every word in the website is searchable, over 14,000 pages?
Here’s a few tips on using the online Search page:
- under MATCH, the default setting is "Any Term." This searches for ALL term, and produces more general results. To narrow your search, click on the little downward pointing triangle button, and select "All Terms." This searches for ALL of the terms you write in the text box.
- under IN TOPIC AREAS, the default setting is ALL. This searches the ENTIRE website. To narrow your search, click on the little downward pointing triangle button, and select one of the five main areas: Introduction, Digests, Transcripts, Exercises, or Library.
- don’t worry if you get a large number of results, the most relevant content WILL ALWAYS APPEAR AT THE TOP of the first Search Results page.
- to narrow your search, use quotation marks around any group of TWO OR MORE WORDS to retrieve pages with that EXACT phrase.
- you don’t need to type anything in CAPS, so typing in “ELIAS” or “elias” will get you the SAME results.
- The Search page is available on every page of the website, in the left-hand margin: http://www.eliasforum.org/search.html
Next month, we’ll look at printing tips.
Speak to Elias: Hold Your Own Private or Group Session
Mary Ennis holds private and group sessions. Rates are:
Private: approx. one hour phone or in person - $140 (includes audio tape)
Order Video and Audio Tapes
Group sessions are available to everyone, and individual private sessions are available to the participant, or with the participant’s expressed permission. The proceeds go toward converting the existing videotape archive into a more stable DVD format, and other forum-related projects.
Now available from Ron Churchman:
$25 per session/video or DVD
$10 per session/audio
$25 current transcripts on CD-R. Available in MS-Word or text formats.
Upcoming Elias Group Sessions - 2002 Schedule and Updates
Connecticut E-Fest! hosted by Carole Johnson
Radio interview - July 27th - Mary will be interviewed by Nancy Lee
Dusseldorf - September 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th
Exploring the Seth Connection
WHAT IF? What if the Seth material was a foundation to be expanded later by another channeled source? Can any perennial source ever be considered complete AND infallible? Seth readers will want to check out:
A Seth, Elias Comparative Overview:
Digest: Seth, Jane Roberts
Public Email Lists
Check out the Elias List on Yahoo! Groups, moderated by Gerhard Fuchs <email@example.com>
Explore the Elias forum webring
Are you interested in other websites that incorporate the teachings of Elias? There is a link at the bottom of our homepage, or just go to:
Do you have a webpage that explores the information offered by Elias? If so, then you may wish to join the webring to help promote it. To join, go to:
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