Here is a summary of our home circle.
Home circle held 27th February 2017.
A séance of interest from the start, it was with experienced members and a checked room that the investigation began.
The medium was able to give several messages to members of which information was validated. Messages can be notable forms of evidence if passed as direct information from spirits to individuals. The information has to be validated and not refuted if it is to be noted as evidence of activity. Messages had detailed memories of ages when incidents had occured for members and content was noted from different spirits of people who had passed but were known to individuals in the séance.
Experience of messages from spirits in a séance does seem to involve a direct and often sentimental approach to the people they would like to be known and to speak. The messages themselves are each different but often they will provide supported references to knowledge of past events that have occured either for the person who has passed, the recepient of the information or both. This as evidence can be useful in validation of who someone is and even why they have come through. As a form of notable evidence in a séance this can be of interest because it is intriguing to see if there is recognition of individuals, if so how much, and what could occur as a means of the information being passed on.
Noises were heard from inside the seance room and these were located around the objects that had been put out particularly for spirits. The noises were unexplained as having come from anything inside the room but were audible to all the members.
The medium referred to a female spirit and to information of her as someone who had rulled a country. There was particular examples in history that dated the lady in spirit and events which seemed to bring about the information as being pertinent to that of Elizabeth I (7 September 1533 – 24 March 1603) Queen of England and Ireland from 17 November 1558 until her death. In the séance there was a defined depiction of her apperarance from what was actually seen and a mention of her reference to an important day in history.
Ronald Balfour “Ronnie” Corbett, CBE (4 December 1930 – 31 March 2016) is thought to be the next spirit who was noted in the séance. Information about a male spirit, an actor and comedian was referred to by the medium. A colleague of his, of which depiction was made, Ronnie Barker talked of him and was keen to have a memorable date of an anniversary remembered for him. It was later on in the séance that a Scottish stand-up comedian, an actor, a broadcaster and writer, maybe perhaps most known for his long association with Ronnie Barker in the BBC television comedy sketch show The Two Ronnies was himself seen. Comedy achievements were talked about by him, he was both pleased and seemed eager to talk about all the people who he had met through his work. In life he achieved prominence in David Frost’s 1960s satirical comedy programme The Frost Report (with Barker) and subsequently starred in sitcoms such as No-That’s Me Over Here!, Now Look Here and Sorry! An important day was talked about by him in the séance and it was with loving thoughts that he was keen to be associated.
It was an intriguing activity filled investigation to note. Extremely active in noise, messages and references to appearance, the evidence did seem to focus on what was important in life and how this was viewed by the individuals who talked about it.