Here is a summary of our home circle.
Home circle held 24th April 2018.
A séance that was attended by experienced members and medium, took place in a prepared and checked room.
At the beginning of the séance the messages given from spirits to individual members via the medium were focused on. The information that was referred to was relevant to personal memories and particular links that were validated as meaningful by the specific recipients.
The medium referenced seeing a male in spirit, information was talked of in regards to someone thought to be a George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron FRS (22 January 1788 – 19 April 1824), known as Lord Byron, an English nobleman, peer, politician and poet. He was a leading figure in the Romantic movement. In the séance the male spirit mentioned a Mary Shelley believed to be Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (nee Godwin; 30 August 1797 – 1 February 1851) an English short story writer, novelist, dramatist, essayist, biographer and travel writer. He spoke of patronage, of a father and his view of what he thought of life. Poetry, he felt, was integral to speaking out about what life could do. Research done after the séance has shown that Baron Byron is regarded as one of the greatest British poets and remains widely read and influential. Among his best-known works are his lengthy narrative poems. In the investigation, moments in the séance were looked into as speech was noted from the male spirit. A sense of fun and wild abandon, the gentleman in spirit explained as a good basis for doing away with the proper intellectual notions and emphasising on the needed lessons in life.
Noises were heard and these were inside the room. At the time of the noises being heard, spirits were being spoken about. Visibly nothing could be seen to have caused the noises but it was thought of as interesting that the speech of spirits at the time did coincide with the audio activity.
An animal in spirit was noted and mentioned by the medium. At this point it was intriguing that the animal was specifically referenced and could be validated as a pet that had been known in life by one of the sitters. The information about the animal was extremely specific and a message was then given by the same pet to the sitter. The images shown were explained as translated in giving impressions of a word given message and poignant memories were shared in the séance.
It was useful to be able to note the spirit speech and the responses to them from individual members. It was through identifying if a link was validated and how it was being referred to that it could then be classed as evidence of spirit or not. The pet in spirit was a particular point to be noted in the investigation because it was not expected to be an able speaker to the séance. Interestingly the information that was given by the latter spirit was noted as highly validated by the recipient in the séance. For me, as a participant in the séance and as an observer of the investigation, it did prove that new and unpredicted evidence could be seen and insights about this could be a basis for further questions and thought.