Here is a summary of our home circle.
Home circle held 16th May 2017.
A séance, if sat in a checked setting, can be an objective means of noting any observations made during a set time period. It can be an interesting occasion to be a part of because claims of incidents can be thoroughly investigated.
At the beginning of the séance there were several messages that were passed from spirits of individual to members. The information in these messages were specific and could be validated because of memories, depictions of appearance and spoken of events. As messages were talked of there were several unexplained noises that were heard in the room.
The noises that were heard were thought to have come from the objects that had been laid out on the table, they had the same distinct sounds and came from areas on the floor where no one was seen. It is intriguing to have an unexplained noise or activity occur when there is a message or speech from a spirit individual and this is because of the timing. It was thought interesting that as messages could be given, corresponding spirits who were asked for signs of activity appeared to indicate this with the heard of noises.
Peter Wilton Cushing, OBE (26 May 1913 – 11 August 1994) an English actor and a BAFTA TV Award Best Actor winner in 1956 is thought to be the male spirit noted a little later as the medium talked of him and gave information about him. Violet Helene Beck (8 February 1905 – 14 January 1971) his wife was the first reference he would have mentioned because he explained that there was a meaning for the date and their loving acknowledgement of each other. As an actor he is mainly known for his prolific appearances in Hammer Films, in which he played strong character roles like the sinister scientist Baron Frankenstein, Sherlock Holmes and a vampire hunter Dr. Van Helsing among many other roles. Frequently he was noted in screenings opposite Christopher Lee and occasionally Vincent Price. A familiar face on both sides of the Atlantic, Cushing is best known outside the Hammer productions for playing the lead in Doctor Who and the Daleks (1965) and Daleks – Invasion Earth (1966) and for his performance as Grand Moff Tarkin in Star Wars (1977). Cushing’s likeness was extensively recreated using digital effects and this was in Rogue One (2016), which raised questions about the morality of using a deceased actor’s likeness. In the séance he was keen to fondly recall his era in film but more lovingly to note the people who had meant a lot in his life. It was not, he said, sentimentality but that he held them in the highest regard for what they could do and how they recognised positively their abilities in life.
It seemed much appreciated by the members that several spirits had specific messages for them. There was a funny few minutes of spoken of memories that seemed to bring a light atmosphere to the investigation.
A séance of unexplained activity, loving memories and messages that seemed important because of what they meant to members, it was an investigation to note and a privilege to be a part of and experience.