Here is a summary of our home circle.
Home circle held 11th April 2017.
This blog features what occurred in an investigation into a séance. What happened, what was noted about any unexplained activity and any explanations are all included.
In the first part of the séance messages were given to members from loved ones who had passed. These messages were validated as having information that could be referenced as accurate as for the spoken of individuals.
Smells were depicted by members, as there was a time in the séance when several unexplained scents were detected. Unexplained noises could be heard and this was in taps heard in the room and knocking noises emanating from a table top. Though these smells and noises could be smelt and heard there was thorough investigation and nothing to purport how these occurrences could have come about from any object or equipment inside or outside of the room.
Thomas Frederick “Tommy” Cooper (19 March 1921 – 15 April 1984) was a British Prop comedian. Cooper was a magician and respected by traditional magicians. He was famed for his red tarboosh and his appearance was large, at 6 feet 4 inches (1.93 m). In the séance Tommy Cooper’s children were mentioned by him, in particular he talked of his little boy and a lot of love was identified in this. A busy life was positive he noted but he felt that he should have time for his children, he had so much that he thought a father could teach. Loving those children is significant and this was something referred to by him.
A small dog was seen and held by the medium. Depiction was given and outlined on how the dog appeared. It was after the séance that research on Thomas Cooper suggests that the small dog seen in the séance was that of a dog that the Cooper family did have.
It was a séance that contained a lot of poignant feeling expressed through spoken messages. While the messages and what was referred to involved significant information about important individuals in particular people’s lives there was also a light, humorous sense felt in the investigation. There was a sense of compassion and comedy.