Here is a summary of our home circle.
Home circle held 26th September 2017.
A séance can be as much about the investigation of what may have occurred as the observation of the unexplained activity. It was with members and medium sat in a prepared and checked room that the séance began.
There were several unexplained lights also known as Orbs that were noticed near to members. The medium and members observed as there were noises heard from parts of the room and above certain objects. Several of these noises were singular taps but then there were longer more noisy moments where one sound would follow in quick succession by another. Members and medium were aware of this and as information came in regarding younger spirits, energies were discussed and speech linked to specific sitters as dialogue.
Notes were made about the smells that came in and out of the area in which the séance was held. Distinct smells were depicted by members. Later the medium upon giving information about a spirit validated as known to some of the sitters, the smell then was no longer notable as in the room.
There was a reference from the medium about several spirits who were in the room. Focusing on each one then brought about individual speech as from the spirits to the sitters.
The medium talked about a male spirit, he was seen in the séance and information pertaining to his theatre performances and notable image referred to him as being Ronald William George “Ronnie” Barker, OBE (25 September 1929 – 3 October 2005) an English actor, a comedian and writer known for roles in British comedy television series such as Porridge, The Two Ronnies and Open All Hours.
In the séance the male spirit spoke of his wife in particular. Comedy was a way out, he explained, it was a useful means of gaining a needed outlook on life. He thanked the people who thought about him and he spoke of finding the funny in spirit.
Theatre as a subject seemed to be an important one because it came up often in speech about spirits that evening from the medium. As an approach to give people an understanding of what words could do, theatre was spoken of as a medium that could widen people’s eyes and hearts to the potential of plays.
It was a séance that had much discussion and notes were made on not only what was seen and heard but why. Purposeful seemed the meaning behind many of the speeches about what was done in life and how it could provide a specific type of insight. Everyone claimed feeling involved throughout the investigation, either by noting unexplained activity, validating a message or being able to understand why information had been spoken about.