The Blue Notebooks - Volume 7: Messages from our Older Brothers

PSYCHO-SCIENTIFIC FRONTIERS Selected publications from a variety of subjects of psycho-scientific research. Editor: Rolf Linnemann (Certificated Engineer) * Steinweg 3b * 32108 Bad Salzuflen * Tel. (05222) 6558 Internet : E-Mail : Translator’s email: Source: “The Blue Notebooks”, Volume 7 of 8 (Die Blauen Hefte) Anny Baguhn Messages from our Older Brothers Anny Baguhn , born in 1901, was the daughter of the machinery manufacturer Carl Baguhn from Hamburg. She showed a great musical and artistic talent from an early age. In 1920 she married the architect Frido Wald who died later as a prisoner of war. Mrs. Baguhn was a co-founder of the “Deutsch-Indischen-Gesellshaft” (German-Indian Society) and later its long serving leader. With Mrs. H. Zehmke she founded the “Parapsychologische Gesellschaft Hamburg” (Parapsychological Society, Hamburg) in the sixties. From 1985 onwards, she belonged to the “UFO-Forschungsgruppe Hamburg” (UFO Research Group, Hamburg) founded by Dr. Teichmann . – In 1961 she started a remarkable experiment: A New Zealand contactee gave her and the sensitive Herta Schachner an appointed time when they were asked to prepare themselves to receive a telepathic message. It was the first of around 100 messages that Mrs. Baguhn published in her legendary “Blauen Heften” (Blue Notebooks). During a SWF program (SWF = Südwestrundfunk) on the 22 nd of April 1978 she explained to the SWF journalist Klaus Langer : “I am convinced that we are just at the beginning”. – Her UFO archive was probably the largest on the European Continent, but it was unfortunately irretrievably lost. When Mrs. Baguhn had to go to hospital at age 87, her nephew used the opportunity: He disbanded her flat, sold her antiques and destroyed her archive – she ended up in a nursing home. Mrs. Baguhn passed away on the 19 th of May 1992 aged 91. The Blue Notebooks Volume 7, Hamburg Transmissions from the 17 th of March 1965 – 19 th of August 1965 Introduction The ever increasing number of readers of the “Blue Notebooks” here and abroad makes me feel very grateful for being allowed to serve my fellow men in my way. With love Hertha Schachner , Hamburg 61