Here is a summary of our home circle.
Home circle held 7th March 2017.
A séance is an experience to note objectively. It occurs in front of other experienced members, there are defined objects that can be seen and noted as for any unexplained activity, it takes place in a confined and easily visible area and for all these reasons this can be a useful platform as for an investigation.
At the beginning of the séance several children in spirit were noted and this was through reference by the medium, sounds of objects that had been particularly put out for them moving and messages that were given to members from many of the spirits.
Messages could be validated by members as from individuals known to them and who had passed because of the phrases and wording that were used.
Orbs were noted as lights in the séance room, unexplained by anything that had been put in or outside of the room, these blue lights were seen as to occur when a spirit was depicted.
The medium referred to Anne (6 February 1665 – 1 August 1714) who became Queen of England, Scotland and Ireland on 8 March 1702. There was reference to her being Queen and the female spirit was spoken of as being keen to have her anniversary remembered. In her life on 1 May 1707, under the Acts of Union, two of her realms, the kingdoms of England and Scotland, united as a single sovereign state and this became known as Great Britain. Unity was important she felt in leadership and this was spoken of as from her in spirit. She continued to reign as Queen of Great Britain and Ireland until her death. In the séance the female spirit spoke of closing the book of her reign, but she said it was for each consequent leader to look to the finer details needed in governing a state because a sense of parity in many areas was needed significant in how one could lead a country.
Francis Alick “Frankie” Howerd, OBE (6 March 1917 – 19 April 1992) an English comedian and comic actor whose career, spanned six decades, is thought to be the next spirit who was noted in the séance. The medium talked of a male spirit, references were made to his comedy and to how he felt during many times in his life. Depression was eluded to and this was spoken of by him as a ruling part of his life and a contributor as to how he made many decisions. A fog, he called it, had descended in front of his vision. He had loves but felt that often he was too nervous to be able to fulfil those loving parts of life. He had people, he said in spirit, who were with him often and he had been able to heal. He gave thanks to those sentimental thoughts that people had sent for him.
During the séance there were many times when unexplained activity could be noted and investigated. This proved useful as for gaining a means of looking into how separate parts of the séance each seemed different because of the experiences noticed by members. While it is true to say that there seemed to be many parts to the séance, there was a continuous sense of atmosphere while the séance was in duration, a sense that did somewhat dissipate after the investigation had finished. This in itself was noted and thought of as intriguing.